Conference Proceedings


5th Annual Disruptive Technologies Conference

"Dynamic Capability Differences"

4 - 5 September 2008

Washington, DC

 

Agenda

Thursday 4 September 2008

A BRIDGE TOO FAR? INTEGRATING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN DOD

  • Mr. Tom Ehrhard, Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD?ANTICIPATING INNOVATION

  • Dr. Brian R. Shaw, Director, Center for Science & Technology Intelligence, National Defense Intelligence College

HOW TECHNOLOGY HAS CHANGED TODAY'S WARFIGHT

 

"INDUSTRY'S DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES"
TRACK I
CONSTITUTION A

DIGITAL SWARMING

FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS

MOTION DISPLAYS-FUSION

 

TRACK II
THEATRE

LEVERAGING THE POWER OF TODAY'S CELL PHONE

BIG BEAR-DESIGN, DEVELOP, FIELD A DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY

  • Dr. Gary Gilbert, Research Associate, Army Telemedicine & Advanced Technologies Research Lab

 

"SOLVING JOINT NEEDS INTO DESIRED JOINT MILITARY CAPABILITIES"
TRACK I
CONSTITUTION A

BATTLESPACE AWARENESS

COMMAND & CONTROL

NET-CENTRIC OPERATIONS

BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS

 

TRACK II
THEATRE

FORCE APPLICATION

PROTECTION

LOGISTICS

FORCE SUPPORT

 

Friday, 5 September 2008

FEATURED PRESENTATIONS: DoD S&T IN A CHANGING LANDSCAPE

  • Mr. Alan Shaffer, Director, Plans & Programs, Office of the Director, Defense Research & Engineering

 

TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES: ULTRA HARD PROBLEMS

CYBER SECURITY AND INFORMATION ASSURANCE

  • Mr. Richard Hale, Chief Information Assurance Executive, Defense Information System Agency

BIOSENSORS & BIO-INSPIRED SCIENCES

TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT URBAN & IRREGULAR WARFARE

  • Mr. B. Daniel Fox, Science Advisor, Joint Urban Operations Office, U.S. Joint Forces Command

TECHNOLOGY FORECAST