Now in its sixth year, the international Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference has built a strong reputation among leaders from the Air and Intelligence communities who recognize the need to strengthen partnerships, share strategic objectives and build trust and understanding in an effort to enhance global intelligence and command and control infrastructures across the air, space and cyber domains.
Building on the success of last year’s event, which brought together over 200 delegates to discuss the concepts of global reach and deterrence, the 2019 conference will be themed around decision advantage for the full spectrum of conflict, with emphasis on the changing nature of the ‘OODA Loop’ in a time of emerging disruptive technologies and the adoption of multi-domain concepts of operation.
This theme has the potential to address some significant gaps in understanding between government and industry and across global alliances about the future of C2ISR as we plan for the full spectrum of operational environments and high-end, peer conflict.
Key topics discussed:
Airborne ISR & Early Warning Capabilities in High End, Peer Conflict
- Requirements Design
Defining the right Capability Mix for the Full Spectrum of Conflict Environments
- The Next Generation Air Force
Addressing Skills Fade and Enhancing Decision-Making for Multi-Domain Operations
- Manned to Unmanned
ISR assets in permissive and non-permissive environments
- Multi-Domain C2
Integrating space and cyber into Air Force operational constructs
- Machine Intelligence & the Future of the OODA Loop