Future Indirect Fires
NATO defines indirect fire as "Fire delivered at a target which cannot be seen by the aimer." Indirect fire is most commonly associated with field artillery and is also used in regards to mortars.
The US Armed Forces are fearful of causing too many civilian casualties and missing desired threats, which pose significant risks to life in combat environments. The more precise the weapons are, the less shots are fired and the less shots returned on them. In addition, the US Armed Forces are mindful of the possibility of being overmatched in this capability, with near peers holding advantages in terms of distance and precision.
With indirect fires' growing precision and lethality remaining of utmost importance, our conference will enable attendees to:
Government and Active Military Attend for Free
- Discuss achieving greater integration of artillery and mortars pieces into the joint fires environment;
- Identify future increases in the mobiility of artillery and mortars for future rapid response deployment;
- Hear from experts on the need to increase effectiveness of artillery guns, ammunition and target systems, range, scalability, destruction, accuracy, and target acquisition;
- Connect with vendors from around the country;
- Network with a variety of public- and private sector figures to determine future practices
Join us at this timely event to review burgeoning initiatives and successes in indirect fires technology and discuss what steps can be taken to deliver more effective indirect fire capabilities.
Office of Operational Test & Evaluation, US Army
Better Understanding on military and government needs and processes for acquisition, in order to secure the bid.
Discover New Emerging Technologies and innovative strategies, improving interoperability and radar capabilities to enhance operation efficiencies.
Test New Technologies during our Demo Drive, evaluate and analyze new technology to advance operations.
Hear from key thought leaders in the Radar community including the latest challenges and requirements for the next generation of radar technology
Join Our Technical Training Day to get an inside perspective and learn more about cognitive radar, spectrum challenges and supporting domain awareness.
Topics we’ll cover include:
Transforming the Battlefield Sensor Network
Next Generation Radar for Contested Environments
Upgrades in Military Radar for UAVs
CExtending and Upgrading the Capabilities of Existing Radar Assets
Patriot Missile’s Reinvention -- Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMIC) at Work
Future Intelligent Military Radar – Cognitive Radar and Autonomous Machine Intelligence
Advancements in Ground Radar Technology
Bistatic/ Multistatic Military Radar for UAV Swarms
Very Low SWaP-C Military Subsystems and Components
Modular Upgrade Opportunities in Major US Radar Efforts