Registration now open for Army CJSIL virtual open house

On April 15, the U.S. Army announced that registration is now open for the C5ISR Center Combined Joint Systems Integration Laboratory (CJSIL) Virtual Open House, May 5, 2022. Clearance requests must be submitted no later than 5:00pm Eastern on April 29.

The DEVCOM Combined Joint Systems Integration Laboratory (CJSIL) is an important connection point at the nexus of Army and Joint Service experimentation, enabling greater collaboration for better solutions that will allow tactical dominance for our Warfighters during multi-domain operations (MDO). The CJSIL organizationally falls under the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM); Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Center and is located at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

The CJSIL serves as the network hub in support of the C5ISR Center’s Live/Virtual/Constructive experimentation environments.  The primary function of the CJSIL is Lab Based Risk Reduction for Science & Technology (S&T), C5ISR System Integration, and emerging industry and academia technologies.  Each lab experimentation environment provides transport, access to remotely-connected Army and Joint network nodes, at multiple classification levels for both event and on-demand purposes.

Industry often hears about the CJSIL via media, senior leader comments, and other means, and we receive many inquiries from industry about how to get involved and connect. The purpose of the virtual open house is to provide a way to address these inquiries in an efficient manner without the burden of individual tours and on-site engagements.

This open house will provide an overview of what the CJSIL is, its current capabilities, and our planned future capability roadmap for the lab infrastructure. We will also cover the mechanisms for partnership including (1) potential to help us refine the capability roadmap based on industry technology offerings, (2) potential for Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA) efforts that could leverage the CJSIL, and (3) potential for Test Service Agreements (TSA) that could provide industry with access to lab capabilities on a reimbursable basis. We will specifically not be discussing details about the CJSIL’s role in PC22 or any PC22-related technologies or use cases.

The goal of this CJSIL Virtual Open House is to inform industry on the mission of the CJSIL, overview existing capabilities within the laboratory, and discuss new capabilities the CJSIL is exploring for the laboratory.  Additionally, the event will overview how technologies are incorporated into experimentation performed at the CJSIL, including how and with whom vendors can engage/propose technologies for experimentation.

Review the full Army CJSIL open house invitation.

Source: SAM

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