Sep 27 - 28

Arlington, VA

Holiday Inn Rosslyn

New missions and operating environments are driving the U. S. military to develop innovative technical solutions to improve situational awareness, whether operating in the air or on the ground, at night or in other degraded visual environments. Part of the solution is to be able to “see” the battlespace better than the opponent. To this end, important advances have been made in the sensors, cameras, display, processing, and other technical capabilities needed for the next-generation of vision systems. However, challenges in operator information overload, SWaP balancing, and platform integration remain, and we must ensure that we incorporate the lessons being learned in current operational experiences.

Registration Opens: 06/10/2012

Contact Name: Ken Hood

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