Precision Strike

Technology Symposium

 

 

 


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23 - 25 October 2007

**Please note - Many of the presentations were classified or not approved for public release

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Agenda

Tuesday 23 October 2007

Targeting Session:

         “Testing Technology and C2 Structure for Third Party Targeting of Tactical Tomahawk”, William Druce, PM for Tomahawk Advanced Concepts, JHU/APL

         “Automatic Targeting Solutions Over Heterogeneous Databases Using Intelligent Agents”, Mr. Keith Davis, Integrity Applications Incorporated

Luncheon Address:

“The Future In Long Range Strike”, Dr. Rebecca Grant, President, IRIS Independent Research, Inc & Author of Return of the Bomber

C4ISR Session:

Chair: Mr. Buck Buchanan, JHU/APL C2 Cross Enterprise Initiative, Director

         “Results of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s C2 Hypotheses Exercise”, Mr. James L. Hillman, JHU/APL Group Supervisor, Advanced Concepts & Technology Analysis Group

         “Can Real-Time Operation a Services-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Environment”, Mr. Charles G. Kille, Principal Systems Engineer, Raytheon Company

Wednesday, 24 October 2007

Luncheon Address:

“Enabling Emerging Technologies and Technical Solutions For Protecting Our Nation”, Captain Charles T. “Chuck” Nash, USN (Ret.), Fox News Military Pundit & Iran Policy Committee Member; President, Emerging Technologies Int’l

Effects Session:

         “Naval S&T Strategic Plan – Defining the Strategic Direction for Tomorrow in Power Projection”, Mr. Michael B. Deitchman, Deputy Chief of Naval Research, Naval Air Warfare & Weapons S&T Department, Office of Naval Research

“The Way Ahead For Sensor Platforms”, Colonel Paul Crawford, USA, Chief of Force Development for FCS, Army G-8

“Net- Enabled Weapons – Another Node on the Network”, Captain Mat Winter, USN, NAVAIR PMA-201

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