Conference on Opportunities and Challenges in Military Data Links
/EIN Presswire/ Los Angeles, January 20, 2010 – The Association of Naval Aviation (ANA), in association with Technology Training Corporation, will host a conference on the latest Military Data Links opportunities, needs and challenges, in Washington, DC, April 14-15, 2010.
The conference brings together senior experts from the Department of Defense and the aerospace and defense industries. They will examine the OSD and service plans and initiatives in developing military data links. They will also discuss the latest JTRS requirements and how they will impact data link improvement as well as the latest progress in weapons, airborne, space-borne, maritime, radar and other emerging data link technologies. In addition, speakers will address developments in multi-platform, common data links, latest Link 16 technologies and capabilities, and data link integration in the Global Information Grid.
Highlights will include presentations by Mr. Ron Jost, Deputy Assistant Secretary, C3 Space and Spectrum Programs and Policy, OSD; RADM Michael Bachmann, Commander, Space and Naval War Systems Command (SPAWAR), US Navy; Mr. David Weddel, Deputy to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (N6), US Navy; Mr. William Urschel, Chief Architect, Aeronautical Systems Center; Captain Kenneth Bowen, Chief, Net-Centric Capabilities Division and Lead Net-Centric FCB, Joint Staff; Colonel Joe Lenertz, Director of Requirements and Integration, Global Cyberspace Integration Center; and many others.
WHAT: Conference on Military Data Links
[Featuring speakers from OSD, Joint Staff, SPAWAR, ASC, GCIC, NETCOM, OPNAV N6, JPALS, ONR, and other key organizations]
WHEN: April 14-15, 2010
WHERE: Sheraton National Hotel Arlington; 900S. Orme Street; Arlington, VA 22204; tel: 703-521-1900/888-627-8210
For more information or to register for the conference, please call Registrations, at (310) 563-1223, or email [email protected].
To investigate exhibiting or becoming a corporate sponsor; call Mr. Marcus Min at (310) 563-1210 or email [email protected].