Alexandria, VA, January 13, 2021 --(PR.com
)-- Defense Strategies Institute has released the agenda for the upcoming Automated ISR and Battle Management Symposium. They invite attendees to download the agenda, complete with 2 days of sessions revolving around this year's theme "Modernizing the ISR Enterprise for Great Power Competition."
2021 Early Confirmed Speakers Include:
Maj. Gen. Leah G. Lauderback, Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Headquarters U.S. Space Force
RADM Kelly Aeschbach, USN, Director, National Maritime Intelligence Integration Office; Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence
MG Gary Johnston, USA, Commanding General, INSCOM
Brig. Gen. Julian Cheater USAF, Deputy Director for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Operations, Joint Staff J32
RDML Andrew Sugimoto, USCG, Deputy Assistant Commandant for Intelligence, U.S. Coast Guard
Steve “Bucky” Butow, Director of the Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit
Col Kayle Stevens, USAF, Commander, 480th ISR Wing
Topics to be Covered at the 2021 Symposium:
- Army Intelligence ISR Modernization Efforts for a Near-Peer Conflict
- Utilizing ISR to Create a Decision Advantage
- Delivering Intelligence Capabilities to Address Emerging Threats and Enable Operational Effectiveness
- Developing Integrated ISR Sensors for Near-Peer Intelligence Collection
- Exploiting AI to Improve the Speed, Completeness, and Accuracy of ISR Processing
- Attaining Persistent and Penetrating ISR in Denied Air Space
- Improving Partner Nation Intelligence Sharing in a Near-Peer Fight
At the Symposium, attendees will have the ability to:
Gain Education & Insight: Walk away with knowledge gained from senior level speakers on some of the complex challenges facing C4ISR leaders.
Influence: Help foster ideas! Share your own insight and knowledge during the interactive sessions. All attendees are encouraged to address the speaker faculty and each other with their questions, comments or ideas.
Why you should attend this year's Symposium:
This educational symposium will bring together senior Intelligence officials, military leaders, academia, and solution providers to ensure ISR resources are being utilized as effectively and efficiently as possible in support of mission success.
With many of the ISR platforms currently used across the DoD becoming obsolete for future mission requirements, the US ISR enterprise needs to develop systems capable of meeting the challenges of a near-peer fight. Advances in enemy area denial capabilities hinder the effectiveness of current intelligence collection methods used by US Forces across the globe and create gaps in commanders’ knowledge of the enemy. Emerging technologies, such as AI and machine learning, will enable platforms and systems to collect in previously denies areas and rapidly process and disseminate it to the warfighter.
This symposium will feature senior level discussions about advances in modern technology to help collect actionable intelligence better support the Commanders and the Warfighters. With the global threat environment continuing to evolve the need for clear and actionable intelligence collection only continues to grow. This symposium will allow for open and honest dialogue to solve the nation’s most difficult challenges surrounding the efficiency of ISR capabilities.