Unmanned Systems Virtual Conference

Enabling artificial intelligence, safety certification, and MOSA in military unmanned platforms

Tuesday, April 12th

About This Event

Unmanned aerial systems (UASs), unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), unmanned surface vessels (USVs), and unmanned undersea vehicles (UUVs) continue to be force multipliers for the U.S. military operations. These platforms not only deliver lethality in wartime but also feed the Department of Defense (DoD) thirst for sensor data, collecting critical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) during peacetime. Performance and capability requirements flowing out of the DoD are driving innovation at the payload, sensor, avionics, and communications level.

Powered by Military Embedded Systems, the Unmanned Systems Virtual Conference is designed to drive awareness and thought leadership around embedded electronics technology for unmanned systems from artificial intelligence to signal processing to avionics safety certification; it will also examine strategies for applying a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) in such designs.

Sessions in this Event
  • Tuesday, April 12 · 11:00 AM EDT
    Keynote for Unmanned Systems Virtual Conference – Exploring Blue UAS 2.0: Leveraging commercial tech for military UAS platforms
    Speaker: Capt. Shelby Ochs, USMC, co-program manager of Blue sUAS 2.0 project for the Defense Innovation Unit Hosted by Dawn M.K. ... View more
  • Tuesday, April 12 · Noon EDT
    Leveraging AI for Unmanned Systems Applications
    Whether processing the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) data collected by unmanned vehicles; coordinating manned/... View more
  • Tuesday, April 12 · 1:30 PM EDT
    Navigating Safety Certification in UAS Platforms
    Whether you call them UAVs, UASs, RPAs [remotely piloted aircraft], or just plain drones, they are not only a key force multiplier fo... View more
  • Tuesday, April 12 · 3:30 PM EDT
    Applying a MOSA Strategy for Unmanned Systems
    In 2019, Air Force, Army, and Navy leadership mandated that the U.S. military use a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) for new prog... View more

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