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1 Defense Strategies Institute professional educational forum: 6 th Annual DoD Unmanned Systems Summit March 14-15, 2018 Mary M. Gates Learning Center 701 N. Fairfax St. Alexandria, VA 22314

2 Program Design & Goal: DSI s 2018 Unmanned Systems for DoD will emphasize the increased need and reliance on UxS as an effective and crucial part of our nation s overall military posture. The Department of Defense is continuously improving capabilities of unmanned systems and this year, there is increased emphasis on applying a tactical approach to effectively fight and win in a multidomain battle. This symposium will feature the role of UxS in our country s military and focus particularly on the current and future implications of common controllers and interoperability. Through DSI s open town-hall style forum, attendees from Government, Military, Industry, and Academia will explore the emerging technological advancements, standards, and technical requirements needed to overcome the challenges affecting the US Military s ability to capitalize the expanding role of unmanned systems within contested environments. Operating Guidelines: DSI s 6 th Annual DoD Unmanned Systems Summit directly supports DoD/Federal Government priorities by providing a conduit for officials to efficiently reach audiences outside of their respective offices that directly impact their department's mission success, at no charge to the government, and in an efficient expenditure of time. DSI s Summit will provide a forum to address and improve internal and external initiatives, meet with and hear from partner organizations, disseminate vital capability requirements to industry, increase visibility within the larger community, and generally support their mission. * The Summit is open and complimentary to all DoD employees and is considered an educational and training forum. (Industry and academia members are charged a fee of attendance) Summit is CLOSED TO PRESS / NO RECORDINGS General Target Audience: This educational forum supports professionals in US Military Commands, Federal Government agencies, academia, and solution provides responsible for using or advancing technological capabilities for Unmanned Systems. -Development and progress towards affordable, survivable, long range, strike weapons with multi-platform launch capability in multi-domains -Efforts to innovate and partner with industry to develop sensors for small UxS -Challenges and next steps to ensure US Military remains competitive with the latest UxS capabilities Specific topics to be discussed include: -Understanding the functions and limitations of the Close-in Covert Autonomous Disposable aircraft (CICADA) -Ability of a tube-launched UAS to employ better-levels of sensor performance to facilitate ISR requirements -Developments concerning common platforms to facilitate the use of various platform payloads for current and future missions -Efforts to partner with industry to achieve an operational weapon system for targets in highly contested environments -Addressing technical challenges that exist by increasingly complex UAS operations and test sites concerning integration into the NAS

3 March 14, :00 8:45 Registration and Light Breakfast Reception Open 8:45 9:00 Moderator Opening Remarks 9:00 9:45 Navy and Marine Corps Unmanned Systems Goals -Challenges surrounding reducing bandwidth/operator workload by converting sensor data into actionable information -Incorporating open architecture capabilities in UxS to meet warfighter demands BGen Frank Kelley, USMC (Ret) (Confirmed) Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy-Unmanned Systems 9:45 10:30 Integration and Oversight of Unmanned Capabilities for Sailor Readiness -Accelerated acquisition and strategy of incorporating UxS into naval objectives -Application of UUV s to ensure mission success -Employing unmanned systems combined with autonomy and AI to ensure warfighting advantage RADM Jim Kilby, USN (Confirmed) Director of Warfare Integration OPNAV N9I 10:30 11:00 Networking Break & Exhibits 11:00 11:45 Understanding the Future Direction of Unmanned Capabilities for NSWC -Unifying the direction of unmanned systems throughout the Warfare Centers -Understanding the capability gaps of current warfighters and adequately solving technical challenges to better prepare our Navy Reid McAllister (Confirmed) Director, Integrate Unmanned Maritime Mobility Systems (Code 00X) NSWC-Carderock 11:45 12:30 Efforts to Acquire Lightweight Munitions for More Versatile Unmanned Systems -Shifting focus to stockpiling more scalable and tailorable munitions that caters to reduced cost and size -Working alongside industry to enhance the tactical capabilities of UxS to further prepare the warfighter COL Lori Robinson USA (Invited) Deputy Director, Army Aviation Office of Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 12:30 1:30 Networking Lunch & Exhibits

4 1:30 2:15 Innovation and Challenges with Intelligent Systems -Efforts to enable innovative solutions to operational problems focused on UxS -Overview of JHU APL s Robotics and Autonomy program focusing on intelligent control, unmanned systems, and sensors Dr. Reed Young (Confirmed) Program Manager Robotics and Autonomy Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab 2:15 3:00 Current and Future Goals of Army s PM Force Projection Directorate -Technologies required to enable manned and unmanned teaming in air and ground maneuver -Updates and progress regarding interoperability on multiple controllers -Developments concerning common platforms to facilitate the use of various platform payloads for current and future missions Bryan McVeigh (Confirmed) Project Manager, Force Projection, PEO CS & CSS 3:15 4:00 Near and Long-Term Initiatives of TARDEC s Unmanned Systems Capabilities -Near-term capabilities improve unmanned warfighting functions -Progress in developing unmanned ground systems with long-distance control capabilities Dr. Bob Sadowski, SES (Confirmed) Chief Roboticist TARDEC March 15, :15 8:45 Registration and Light Breakfast Reception Open 8:45 9:00 Moderator Opening Remarks 9:00 9:45 Research Initiatives Focused on Swarms of UAVs for Defense Applications -Perspective toward flying two autonomous swarms of UAVs against one another with no human control -Application of machine learning with UAVs to track adversaries and identify new tactics beyond human capability Don Davis (Confirmed) Division Chief Robotics and Autonomous Systems Georgia Tech Research Institute 9:45 10:30 Understanding MQ-9 Datalink Assurance to Enhance RPA Capabilities

5 -Efforts to track and understand what causes the MQ-9 to lose its datalink during normal flight operations -Thoroughly acknowledging the vulnerabilities throughout communications network to ultimately develop more reliable unmanned aircraft Col Houston Cantwell, USAF (Confirmed) Commander 49 th Wing, Holloman AFB ACC 10:30 11:15 Leveraging Autonomous Learning Systems and UxS to Advance Warfighter Capabilities -Advancing Manned-Unmanned Systems Operations including Swarming tactics -Looking ahead to delegate decisions to machines in applications requiring faster reaction times -Efforts to allow for network-enabled autonomous weapons Dale Ormond (Confirmed) Principal Director for Research ASD (R&E) USD (AT&L) 11:15 11:30 Networking Break & Exhibits 11:30 12:45 Panel Discussion: Integrating and Prioritizing Cyber-Defense Capabilities for Effective Unmanned Systems 12:45 1:30 Panel Moderator: Doug Schafer (Confirmed), Program Manager, Agile and Resilient Embedded Systems (ARES), Air Force Research Laboratory Panelists: Dr. Jason Li (Confirmed), Vice President, Intelligent Automation Inc. Dr. David Whelihan (Confirmed), Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Lab Dr. Roshan K. Thomas (Confirmed), Principal Infosec Scientist, MITRE Don Russo (Confirmed) Lead Engineer, AFRL Networking Lunch 1:30 2:15 Current and Future Objectives for UxS Programs in DARPA s Tactical Technology Office -Overview of Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program and its progress in developing small autonomous UAVs with no communication links to the operator and without GPS -Updates on the Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment (CODE) program in its goal to create a modular architecture resilient to bandwidth limitations and enabling the capability of groups of UAS to work together under a single person s control Jean-Charles Lede (Confirmed) Program Manager/CODE and FLA DARPA

6 2:15 3:00 Near and Long-Term Initiatives of FAA s UAS-NAS Integration Efforts -Addressing technical challenges that exist by increasingly complex UAS operations and test sites -Determining technical and operational trends to support safety-related decision making for the current integration process -Properly tackling risks posed by UAS to other manned aircraft as well as risks posed by loss-ofoperator-control Earl Lawrence (Confirmed) Director Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Office FAA 3:00 End of Symposium GOLD SPONSORS MEDIA PARTNER

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