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ISEA of the Future Forum and T&E Renaissance

As the designated Enterprise Lead for In-Service Engineering Agent of the Future, NSWC PHD is hosting a three-day event focused on building the technology and resources intended to ultimately increase our nation’s security.

From Aug. 21 - Aug. 23, DoD subject matter experts will convene in Port Hueneme, Calif., for the first of a series of opportunities to bring together government partners, stakeholders, academia, and industry to collaborate and innovate in the areas of sustaining engineering, logistics, and test and evaluation (T&E).

Join us as we learn about emerging technologies and DoD applications:

August 21 ISEA of the Future: A DoD-Focused Forum

Summary: Inaugural event for collaboration of subject matter experts across the DoD warfighting domains to discuss emerging technologies that will change in-service engineering. Panel topics include artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and big data, applications for digital twins, deep learning, autonomy/robotics, augmented/virtual reality, machine learning, neural networks, contracting, and a way forward for in-service engineering.

August 22 – The Future of ISEA: a DoD, Industry, and Academia Collaborative Effort

Summary: An opportunity for the sustaining engineering community to gather and learn about emerging technologies and DoD applications. Senior Scientific and Technical Managers from across DoD, Industry, and Academia will discuss evolving technologies and their warfighting applications. Panel topics include artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and big data, applications for digital twins, deep learning, autonomy/robotics, augmented/virtual reality, machine learning, neural networks, enhancing collaboration with defense partners, and a way forward for in-service engineering.

August 23 – Test & Evaluation Renaissance

Summary: Collaborative T&E-led discussions focused on re-synching and re-awakening the T&E field; removing barriers and focusing on speed and outcomes, discovering and promoting faster and innovative methods to deliver and sustain capability. Panel topics include threat vulnerabilities, cyber, reliability growth, way forward, workforce sufficiency/efficiency (capacity and capability), design of experiments, live virtual constructive, data analytics, cyber T&E, and M&S in T&E.

To register, visit the following links:

DoD ISEA of the Future Forum and Future Collaboration Summit (August 21) - Open to Government Only

DoD ISEA of the Future Forum (August 22) - Open to Government, Industry, and Academia

Test & Evaluation Renaissance (August 23) - Open to Government Only