Jun 19 - 21

Arlington, VA

Holiday Inn Rosslyn

As Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs) continue to be an integral and sought after asset in current operations, their role in current and future military and government plans is undoubtedly a major one with the possibility of growing even greater. This has led to a demand for new and innovative payloads which is currently at a fever pitch. Analysts have predicted a consistent growth for UAS payloads in the coming decade while military and industry experts continue to expound that we have only reached the tip of the UAS payload technology iceberg. All this points to a wealth of opportunities and a watershed moment for payload development. How can your organization make an impact? * What are the Services’ key goals and requirements for current and future UAS Payloads? * What are the latest UAS payload development efforts from the Service R&D centers? * What are the latest breakthroughs and innovations in UAS SAR capabilities? * What are the latest technologies for enhancing UAS wide area surveillance? These and many other questions will be answered during this outstanding event.

Anyone interested in UAS Payloads

Registration Opens: 04/17/2012

Contact Name: Ken Hood

ph: (310) 320-8128 email: hoodk@ttcus.com

Company Info:

Technology Training Corporation


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