Unmanned Aerial Vechicles Conference

Venue: Hilton Arlington & Towers

Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 07, 2005 End Date/Time: Mar 09, 2005
Registration Date: Mar 06, 2005
Early Registration Date: Feb 07, 2005
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Radical leap-ahead UAV technologies are being developed and fielded as a response to DoD’s transformational goal for integrating unmanned aircraft into the current and future warfighting force. The DoD’s demand for UAVs has never been greater as billions of dollars continue to pour into UAV research, development, testing and training. UAVs continue to exceed expectations as a front-line ISR aircraft in Iraq and Afghanistan, and will soon tackle SEAD and other attack missions deemed too dangerous for human undertaking. As a critical component in network centric warfare, emerging UAV payload opportunities should magnify their roles and responsibilities tenfold. The development of new UAV technologies to support future missions and initiatives leaves the door wide open for industry to solve daunting technical challenges and capitalize on a vast new array of developmental opportunities — what role will your organization play?

AIE, ANA, and NMIA are pleased to be able to offer this comprehensive agenda which examines the broad range of UAV platforms, missions and payload opportunities. What is the OSD master plan for UAVs? What are the Services’ roadmaps for UAVs? What is the status and likely future direction for the Global Hawk, Predator, X-45, X-47, Fire Scout and numerous other UAV platforms? Where are the Service challenges, needs and initiatives in arming UAVs? Where are the payload opportunities associated with Global Hawk, Predator, Shadow, UCAR and other major platforms? These and many other questions will be addressed during this outstanding event.


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Individual = $1595.00 3 or more = $1385.00 U.S. Govt = $1395.00