The following events should be of particular interest to the OFRN Community.
Online Proceedings Hosted By the National UAS Training and Certification Center
The 6th annual Unmanned Systems Academic Summit will include invited experts providing engaging presentations related to their work in unmanned systems research and development, education and training, commercialization, and technology transfer.
This year’s proceedings will occur online, with registered attendees gaining access to the live event for opportunities to ask questions of the speakers following each presentation. Additionally, the event will be recorded to provide the conference proceedings to both those that attended the live event and to anyone that may register following the Summit but who still wish to access the content.
Because the event is virtual this year, each registration will also include a certificate for a free Introduction to UAS Simulation and Flying lab experience, a $30 value.
Summit participants may schedule a session at a later time for themselves, give it to someone else to enjoy, or donate it for the college to provide the experience to a local middle or high school student.
The full Summit agenda with highlighted speakers will be released over the coming weeks. Please continue to monitor the event website for updates and additional information.
About the Event
The Air Force’s inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Olympics is an exciting week of collaboration, technical design challenges, speakers, and more, all focused on advanced manufacturing. Wherever you are, discover new technologies and insights from thought-leaders across government, industry, academia and small businesses – delivered straight to your digital device.
RSVP for updates and more details on how to join this virtual experience.
Who Should Attend
- Government personnel
- Non-traditional DoD suppliers
- Traditional government contractors
- Academia (high school students, college or university students
- Startups and tech companies
At This Event
Pathfinders discussing advanced manufacturing and more from across industry, government and academia.
Panel and town hall style discussions with thought leaders in industry, government, and academia.
Virtual training opportunities for registered participants.
Experiential space to highlight and demonstrate technology breakthroughs and advancements. Open to industry partners, small businesses and academia.
Virtual booth space for government, industry partners, small businesses, and academia.
Unique technical challenges designed to solve some of the Air Force’s most significant sustainment issues.
Sign Up and Stay Up-to-Date
Considering the projected continuation of government and industry travel restrictions, ongoing social distancing requirements, and the unlikely approval of attending large in-person events, DaytonDefense has made the tough decision to postpone the 15th annual Wright Dialogue with Industry (WDI) event that was scheduled for July 21-23, 2020, in Dayton, Ohio.
The WCI event has not been canceled for 2020. The date has been moved to November 4 – 6 at the Dayton Convention Center so mark your calendar.
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Go to the event website for updates and details.