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2007 Joint Service Power Expo

 

“Power & Energy Independence for Warfighters”


24 – 26 April 2007

 

San Diego, CA

 

 

Table of Contents

 

 


SESSIONS:    1  2   3   4  5   6   7  8   9   10  11   12  13  14  15  16  17   18  19   20 

Agenda

TUESDAY, 24 APRIL 2007

OIF – Stories From the Field – Lessons Learned

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SESSION ONE:

 

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SESSION TWO:

  • Power Optimizer for the Warfighter’s Energy Requirements “Battery Calculator”, Mr. Don Brockel
  • Power Optimizer for the Warfighter Energy Requirements, Mr. Don Brockel
  • Planning and Decision Support for Enhanced Power and Energy Management through Seminar Gaming and Analysis, Mr. Gordon Steward

 

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SESSION THREE:

 

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SESSION FOUR:

  • Marine Corps Mobile Electric Power Distribution System Replacement , MSgt Fred McCue
  • The Case for Smart/Safe Power Management and Distribution for the Military, Mr. Rick Silva

 

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WEDNESDAY, 25 APRIL 2007

SESSION FIVE:

 

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SESSION SIX:

  • Common Sense Approach to the Selection, Design/Fabrication, & Testing of Safe Operational Power Sources, Mr. Robert Byrnes, Sr.
  • Fighter/EW/Helo/Patrol Arc Fault Circuit Breaker Development, Ms Susan Waggoner
  • Large-sized Li-ion battery module for hybrid powered energy systems,  Mr. William A Moll

 

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SESSION SEVEN:

 

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SESSION EIGHT:

  • Power Generation  Lesson Learned OIF 5-07, MSgt Dickson
  • Case Study – Reducing Premature Failure of Parts with Interactive Virtual Training for Generator Operators, Mr. Erik Kaas
  • Lightweight 2-kW Generator with Integrated Starter Alternator (ISA), Mr. Gregory Cole

 

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SESSION NINE:

  • Servicing Hawker Vehicle Batteries with Standard Battery Charging and Test Equipment, Mr. Fred Krestik

 

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SESSION TEN:

 

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Lunch Speaker: 

“Warfighting in a Climate Warming World – Implications for U.S. National Security Policies”, Honorable Philip Coyle, Senior Advisor, World Security Institute

 

SESSION ELEVEN:

  • On-Board Vehicle Power Briefing & Way Forward, Dr. Jim Cross
  • Onboard Vehicle Power: Talking Points on Emerging Requirements, Mr. Tim Raney
  • Marine Corps On-Board Vehicle Power Systems for Legacy Military Vehicles, Mr. Michael Gallagher

 

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SESSION TWELVE:

 

 

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SESSION THIRTEEN:

 

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SESSION FOURTEEN:

1.        Video  NATC Proving Grounds

2.        Video   MTVR BVP

 

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SESSION FIFTEEN:

 


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SESSION SIXTEEN: 

 

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THURSDAY, 26 APRIL 2007

 

SESSION SEVENTEEN:

 

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SESSION EIGHTEEN:

  • Advances in Chemical Hydride Based PEM Fuel Cells for Portable Power Applications, Shailesh Shah
  • Advances in Chemical Hydride Based PEM Fuel Cells for Portable Power Applications, Mr. Andy Wallace

1.       Video  Customer Broadcast

2.        Video  Customer UAV

3.        Video  Customer UGV

 

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SESSION NINETEEN:

  • Data Systems for Enhanced Power and Energy Management, Mr. John Adams
  • Back up Slides - Data Systems for Enhanced Power and Energy Management, Part 2  Mr. John Adams
  • Portable Power Sources:  One Size Fits None – Protonex Technology Corp, Mr. Phil Robinson

 

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SESSION TWENTY:

1.        Video  UAV Fuel Cell Flight with Timer

2.        Video 11.5 Hr Ground Test with Timer

3.        Video  BOP Buner UAV

4.        Video Short Crash Loop

  • Portable, JP-8 fueled battery charger for remote operation and portable solid oxide fuel cell systems, Ms. Christine Martin


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