Air Force to hold C4ISR and Cyberspace IR&D technology interchange meeting
On February 2, the U.S. Air Force released information about the upcoming C4ISR and Cyberspace Independent Research and Development Technology Interchange Meeting. The agency asks interested participants to send an expression of interest by email as soon as possible. For parties interested in attending the event, nomination of projects must be submitted to the IR&D database no later than (NLT) 21 April 2017.
Please Mark Your Calendars! The Command and Control Service Core Function (SCF), to include command and computers, the Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (GI-ISR) SCF, and the Cyberspace SCF intend to sponsor their C4ISR and Cyberspace Independent Research and Development (IR&D) Technology Interchange Meeting (TIM) during the week of 21-25 August 2017 in Rome, NY.
This event is led by C4ISR and Cyberspace Air Force technology teams composed of technical subject matter experts (SMEs) in these technological areas.
The purpose of the C2, GIISR and Cyberspace SCFs is to coordinate AF’s C4ISR and Cyberspace S&T portfolios investments and review AF’s organizations’ strategic plans to support C4ISR and Cyberspace related S&T investments in the context of overall AF strategic priorities and goals. They achieve these objectives through direct integration and coordination of key technical areas.
The C4ISR and Cyberspace IR&D engagement has broad goals to increase awareness, simulate collaboration, and seek alignment between Industry’s IR&D innovation projects and AF’s high priority technology needs and activity areas. The invitation to nominate a project is open to all Industry IR&D participants, including large and small business and academia.
Full information is available here.