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Command & Control Summit June 24-26 Georgetown Conference Center Washington,DC
Command & Control Summit June 24-26 Georgetown Conference Center Washington,DC
Command & Control Summit June 24-26 Georgetown Conference Center Washington,DC
Command & Control Summit June 24-26 Georgetown Conference Center Washington,DC
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Command & Control Summit June 24-26 Georgetown Conference Center Washington,DC

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Don’t miss your best opportunity of the year to hear: …

Don’t miss your best opportunity of the year to hear:
C2 Systems Development Workshop: June 24, 2009
Main Conference: June 25-26, 2009
Georgetown University Conference Center • Washington DC
Speakers confirmed to present at this year’s
conference include:
Major Sponsor: Sponsors:
• Updated materiel development timelines and fielding of command and
control systems
• Capability development requirements that accurately reflect the needs
of battlefield commanders
• Army plans and policy for transition to unified battle command and the
integration of Future Combat Systems
• Net centric C2 systems development for the joint warfighter
• Combat ID development and systems enhancements
GEN Peter Chiarelli, USA
Vice Chief of Staff
US Army
Robin Quinlan
Deputy Director
Joint Forces Integration, OSD (AT&L)
Dr. David Alberts
Director of Research
OASD NII/CIO
Maj Gen William M. Rajczak, USAF
Deputy Director for Joint Capability
Development
US Joint Forces Command
COL Roger McDonald, USA
TRADOC Capabilities Manager
Battle Command
Col Francis Xavier, USAF
Chief, C2ISR Requirements Division
Air Combat Command
www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol
proudly presents
Don’t miss the all new
C2 Systems Development
Workshop! See page 3 for details…
C o mmand
& Control
Summit
Formerly IDGA’s
Force Tracking and
Combat ID Summit
TM
2 http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol
• Systems/Computer/Electrical
Engineers
• Program Executive Officers
• Program/Product Managers
• Acquisition Managers
• BFT/Combat ID Technicians
• Mission/Combat Operations
Director
• Geolocation/Sensor Specialist
• Unmanned Systems Engineers
• Configuration Design Managers
• Technical Directors
• Test Managers
• C4ISR Systems Analysts
Here’s what people are saying about IDGA’s
Force Tracking 2008 conference:
“Content was very insightful” – Army Test and Evaluation Command
“Excellent, thought provoking”– NAVAIR
“Absolutely outstanding” – SAF/AQ
“Fantastic job organizing and orchestrating another valuable
conference” – USAF
Who you will meet:
P.S. Don’t miss a special keynote
session presented by GEN Peter
Chiarelli, Vice Chief of Staff of
the Army
Dear Colleague,
IDGA’s Force Tracking and Combat ID Summit is now the First Annual Command and
Control Summit! The event will address the policy, doctrine, requirements, and materiel
development for command and control systems. This joint service conference will provide you with
warfighter needs assessments, battle command migration timelines, and current development of
C2 systems.
The goal of the Command and Control Summit is to further the development of essential
command and control capabilities in support of the battlefield commander.
Don’t miss the best opportunity of the year to:
+ Hear the latest acquisition, development, and fielding efforts for command and
control systems
+ Obtain warfighter requirements for future systems
+ Discover breakthrough capabilities for effective combat ID and improved
battlespace awareness
This year’s event will emphasize the efforts of joint military services to improve command and
control on the ground, in the air, and at sea. Our objective is to bring forward-thinking military
and civilian personnel together in one place to share successful initiatives and further develop
essential capabilities in support of the warfighter.
Take the time now to block off June 24-26, 2009 in your calendar, and reserve your place among
your peers and key leaders in the C2 community. Register yourself and your team today online at
http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol or by phone at 800.882.8684.
I look forward to meeting you in June!
V/R,

Thomas Engelman
Program Director
To m .Engelman@idga.org
C ommand
Control&
Summit
Formerly IDGA’s Force Tracking
and Combat ID Summit TM
C2 Systems Development Workshop
Give time to the issues t

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  • 1. Don’t miss the all new proudly presents C2 Systems Development Workshop! See page 3 for details… Command &Control Formerly IDGA’s Force Tracking and Summit TM Combat ID Summit C2 Systems Development Workshop: June 24, 2009 Main Conference: June 25-26, 2009 Georgetown University Conference Center • Washington DC Don’t miss your best opportunity of the year to hear: • Updated materiel development timelines and fielding of command and control systems • Capability development requirements that accurately reflect the needs of battlefield commanders • Army plans and policy for transition to unified battle command and the integration of Future Combat Systems • Net centric C2 systems development for the joint warfighter • Combat ID development and systems enhancements Speakers confirmed to present at this year’s conference include: GEN Peter Chiarelli, USA Maj Gen William M. Rajczak, USAF Vice Chief of Staff Deputy Director for Joint Capability US Army Development Robin Quinlan US Joint Forces Command Deputy Director COL Roger McDonald, USA Joint Forces Integration, OSD (AT&L) TRADOC Capabilities Manager Dr. David Alberts Battle Command Director of Research Col Francis Xavier, USAF OASD NII/CIO Chief, C2ISR Requirements Division Air Combat Command Major Sponsor: Sponsors: www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol
  • 2. Command &Contr Who you will meet: ol Systems/Computer/Electrical • Engineers Formerly IDGA’s Force Tracking Summit TM and Combat ID Summit • Program Executive Officers • Program/Product Managers Dear Colleague, • Acquisition Managers IDGA’s Force Tracking and Com • BFT/Combat ID Technicians bat ID Summit is now the First Control Summit! The event will Annual Command and address the policy, doctrine, requireme • Mission/Combat Operations development for command and cont nts, and materiel rol systems. This joint service conf Director warfighter needs assessments, battl erence will provide you with e command migration timelines, and C2 systems. current development of • Geolocation/Sensor Specialist The goal of the Command and Cont • Unmanned Systems Engineers rol Summit is to further the developm command and control capabilities ent of essential in support of the battlefield comm • Configuration Design Managers ander. Don’t miss the best opportunity • Technical Directors of the year to: + Hear the latest acquisition, deve • Test Managers lopment, and fielding efforts for control systems command and + Obtain warfighter requirements • C4ISR Systems Analysts for future systems + Discover breakthrough capa bilities for effective combat ID battlespace awareness and improved This year’s event will emphasize the efforts of joint military services to control on the ground, in the air, improve command and and at sea. Our objective is to bring and civilian personnel together in forward-thinking military one place to share successful initia essential capabilities in support of tives and further develop the warfighter. Take the time now to block off June 24-26, 2009 in your calendar, and your peers and key leaders in the reserve your place among C2 community. Register yourself and http://www.idga.org/us/comman your team today online at dandcontrol or by phone at 800. I look forward to meeting you in June 882.8684. ! V/R, ynote ‘ P.S. Don’t miss a special ke ter session presented by GEN Pe f of Chiarelli, Vice Chief of Staf Thomas Engelman Program Director Tom.Engelman@idga.org the Army Here’s what people are saying about IDGA’s Force Tracking 2008 conference: “Content was very insightful” – Army Test and Evaluation Command “Excellent, thought provoking”– NAVAIR “Absolutely outstanding” – SAF/AQ “Fantastic job organizing and orchestrating another valuable conference” – USAF 2 http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol
  • 3. C2 Systems Development Workshop C2 Systems Development Workshop Wednesday, June 24, 2009 Give time to the issues that matter most. Sign up for the C2 Systems Development Workshop and dedicate more time to dialogue and networking in a classroom environment. This in-depth and interactive series of workshops will examine current research and development in C2 capabilities, standards, and interoperability. Hear from leading academic researchers on the technology and processes that are revolutionizing command and control. These practical application sessions will deliver high impact training led by globally recognized experts. 8:00am Registration 8:30am – 10:30am Attaining truly joint operations Future of Joint Battle Command Technology This session will discuss the evolution of Battle Command as well How you will benefit: as future capabilities and requirements. Hear how technology is • Gain an understanding of the limitations of previously fielded evolving to keep up with the needs of battlefield commanders products for joint battle command and how the defense industry can support essential requirements. • Awareness of challenges in the implementation of future systems related to unified battle command What will be covered: • Technology advances in Command and Control hardware Alan Mosher, Director, Business Development (COL, US Army ret.), • Future solutions in enabling communication between coalition DRS Tactical Systems forces 10:30am – 12:30pm Latest tools and techniques for testing and evaluation of C2 systems Testing and Evaluation of Advanced C2 Systems This session will provide practical, hands-on information to How you will benefit: address command and control concepts, systems, and test & • Understand how advanced technologies enable new evaluation. Get an overview of technical elements ranging from warfighting concepts software applications to communications systems. Develop an • Learn techniques for improved network centric enterprise understanding of how technology fits within the network centric systems engineering and test & evaluation command and control enterprise. • Discover cutting edge commercial technologies and systems developed for the military to provide connectivity at all levels of What will be covered? • Challenges and solutions to testing in distributed, networked command and operational environments environments Dr. Fred Wright • Test and evaluation in cyberspace and information security Chief Engineer, Electronic Systems Lab, • Measures and testing of agile C2 and network centric operations Georgia Tech Research Institute 12:30pm – 1:00pm Lunch 1:00pm – 5:00pm In-depth learning module The Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing and Intelligence at George Mason University in Association with the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement is pleased to present an extended hands-on learning session as part of this year’s workshop day. Battle Management Language - Enhancing C2 through Interoperability Current plans, orders, requests, and reports contain a significant How you will benefit: amount of text based information. They are riddled with • Achieve an understanding of BML and the many BML activities ambiguity and overlapping definitions. Resulting problems are: and plans that address Army, Joint and Coalition requirements • Reduced mission accomplishment for C2 • Reduced training effectiveness • Improve training effectiveness • Increased costs. • Reduce costs Hear from four leading C2 experts in one information The Battle Management Language (BML) is being developed as an packed session! unambiguous language for command and control of live, Dr. Michael Hieb, C2 Languages Research Lead simulated, and future robotic forces conducting military operations. Dr. Stanley Levine, BML Project Coordinator • BML will provide for situational awareness and a shared, COL Martin Kleiner, USA (ret), Lead Knowledge Engineer common operational picture Dr. Mark Pullen, Director, GMU C4I Center • BML can also be applied to Cyber Warfare, Homeland Defense, and Societal Security. http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol 3
  • 4. Main Conference Day 1 Main Conference Day 2 Thursday, June 25, 2009 Friday, June, 26 2009 7:15 Registration & Coffee 7:30 Registration & Coffee 8:00 Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:00 Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Dr. Peter Brackett, Director of Advanced Technology, DRS Tactical Systems Dr. Peter Brackett, Director of Advanced Technology, DRS Tactical Systems Keynote Remarks 8:15 Command and Control Challenges and a Way Forward • What are the fundamental C2 challenges in the 21st Century? 8:15 Joint Force Integration for C2 Systems Presentation • What are the critical C2 capabilities needed for 21st Century missions? • Ensure common shared situational awareness Keynote • How can one measure progress? • Allow fused, precise, and actionable intelligence Dr. David Alberts, Director of Research, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense • Integrate real time offensive and defensive fires (Networks and Information Integration) NII and the DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO) Robin Quinlan, Deputy Director, Joint Forces Integration Office of the Secretary of Defense, Under Secretary (AT&L) 9:00 Blue Force Tracking Aviation • Joint/coalition operations interoperability 9:00 USJFCOM Requirements Development in Support of • Interagency/intergovernmental operations interoperability Network Enabled Command and Control for the Joint • Reduction of aviation situational awareness latency Force Al Abejon, Director, FBCB2/BFT Aviation (SFAE-C3T-FB-AV) Maj Gen William M. Rajczak, USAF, Deputy Director for Joint Capability Development, US Joint Forces Command 9:45 Networking Break 9:45 Networking Break Keynote 10:30 Delivering Enhanced Battlefield Command and Control at the US Army DARPA Perspective GEN Peter Chiarelli, USA, Vice Chief of Staff, US Army 10:30 Closing Networking Gaps with Quint Technology • Enabling truly smart weapons capabilities 11:15 US Army Plans and Policy for Unified Battle Command • Providing dismounted ground force situational awareness of the air • Current opportunities and challenges to achieving Unified Battle Command picture • Evolving BC capabilities needed in platform and dismounted capacities versus TOC • Allowing for real time weapons impact information requirements Stephen Waller, Program Manager, DARPA • Plans and policies to support integration of FCS with battle command blue force tracking capabilities 11:15 Air Force Improvements to the Theater Air Control System Air Force Command and Control Tiger Team (AFC2TT) Charter Tiger Team Mike Eixenberger, HQE, Deputy Director, LandWarNet/Battle Command HQDA, G-3/5/7 • update • DOTMLPF study of the Theater Air Control System 12:00 Lunch • Specific recommendations for change/improvement Col Francis Xavier, USAF, Chief, C2ISR Requirements Division, Air 1:00 Delivering Integrated, Joint, Net-Centric C2 Capability for the Warfighter Combat Command • Evolution of existing DoD C2 systems and convergence with net-centric C2 capabilities • Lifecycle management of the command and control (C2) portfolio 12:00 Lunch • Ensuring compliance of C2 systems with DoD directives and policy Brig. Gen Peter Hoene, USAF, Program Executive Officer, PEO C2C, DISA 1:00 Transitioning C2 Research Technology to the Field • Acquisition challenges and potential solutions using examples from 1:40 Net-Centric Combat Identification actual activities • Why follow a Net-Centric Approach to CID? • Practical applications for cutting edge C2 developments • Methods demonstrated to date...SWIFT CID Server in Air to Ground and Ground to Ground Dr. Stan Levine, Professor and Faculty Member, George Mason University modes C4I Center • Is there an enterprise-wide Combat ID service in the future? James Limardo, Lead Systems Engineer for Combat Identification Systems, BAE Systems 1:45 Netcentric C2 Warfighter Solutions • Background, Experience and Successes 2:20 Platform Battle Command Capability Requirements • Existing Capabilities • Identification of critical FBCB2 capability gaps • Near Term Improvements • Migration efforts towards JCR, JBC-P, and support for Unified Battle Command Gregory Cerbus, Principal System Engineer, RTSC Customized • Overview of CID programs including the Joint Combat Identification Marking System Engineering and Depot Support, Situational Awareness Products • [JCIMS] and Joint Cooperative Target Identification [JCTI] Raytheon Technical Services Company Mike Kelley, Deputy TRADOC Capability Manager, Platform Battle Command and Combat ID 2:30 Human Cognition and its Impact on the Performance of Digital Battle Command Systems Human Element of C2 3:00 Battle Command Essential Capabilities Baseline • Overview of defined essential battle command capabilities • How automated C2 systems will increasingly operate autonomously – • Pathway to meeting essential capability requirements under loose, human supervisory control • Insights from battle command and related program offices • Maintaining effective human control of armed automatic systems will COL Roger McDonald, USA, TRADOC Capability Manager, Battle Command not easily be solved • Perspectives, problems, and prospects for maintaining effective human 3:40 Networking Break control including examples from actual systems and events Dr. John Hawley, Chief, Human Research and Engineering Field Element, 4:10 Delivering Strategic Battle Command Systems to the US Army ARL, Fort Bliss • Battle Command development & delivery • Technical vision and major release timelines 3:15 Networking Break Command Perspective • Progress update on Strategic Battle Command systems including GCCS-A, DRRS-A, and Capabilities Development NECC 3:45 Marine Corps C2 Capability Development PM Battle LTC Kevin Leonard, USA, Product Manager, Strategic Battle Command, PEO C3T • Defining requirements for warfighter-centric C2 systems Resolving the Blue Force Situational Awareness (BFSA) interoperability at the USMC • 4:50 Materiel Development and Fielding of Tactical Battle Command Systems gaps between the MCS and the C2PC with JTCW (Joint Tactical COP • Using Sharepoint in theater as an operational tool Workstation) • Leveraging the first Quarterly Release (QR1) of CPOF in Theater as a rapid deployment of • Evolution of JTCW and future efforts capability LtCol Dennis Manaco, USMC, Head, Capabilities Branch, Command and • TBC suite of products update including MCS, BCCS, and CPOF Control Integration Division, Capabilities Development Directorate, Marine LTC Richard Hornstein, USA, Product Manager, Tactical Battle Command, PEO C3T Corps Combat Development Command DARPA Initiatives 5:30 Leveraging JAGUAR (Joint Air/Ground Operations: Unified, Adaptive 4:30 NATO Friendly Force Tracking Capability Development NATO Perspective Replanning) and Deep Green to Support Enhanced Command and Control • NATO FFT Capability based on national capabilities with NATO • Harnessing the power of automation to support continuous planning interoperability standard and infrastructure • Preventing obsolescence by adapting to new munitions, sensors, tactics • Development in conjunction with support to current operations • Using simulation to support ongoing military operations while they are being conducted • Future capability development to support CID and command and control Dr. Todd Hughes, Program Manager, DARPA LTC Joseph Chacon, USA, Chairman, Friendly Force Tracking Ad-Hoc Working Group, NATO Supreme Allied Command Transformation 6:10 End of Conference Day 1 5:15 End of Main Conference 4
  • 5. Sponsorship Opportunities Register Online, by Email, Are Available! Phone, Fax or Mail Why Sponsor or exhibit at IDGA’s Command and Control Conference? Web: www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol IDGA sponsorships and exhibits are an excellent opportunity for your company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, Email: info@idga.org senior-level military audience. IDGA helps companies achieve sales, Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 1-646-378-6026 marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are custom- Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day tailored to help your company maximize its exposure at the event and reach key decision-makers in your field. Mail: IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor FOR MORE INFORMATION New York, NY 10017 To learn more about these and other marketing opportunities, please contact Steve Camac at 646-253-5519 or via e-mail at Military & Register & Register & sponsorship@idga.org Government Pricing Pay by Pay by Standard May 1 May 29 Price Main Conference $799 $899 $999 Venue and Lodging: Workshop $500 $500 $500 See http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol for venue information. All Three Days $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 Industry About IDGA Pricing Standard Price The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA) is a non-partisan information-based organization Main Conference $999 dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public Workshop $500 service and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making All Three Days $1,499 power from military, government and defense industries. For more information, please visit us at www.idga.org. Team Discounts* Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% 5 or more 15% * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. Major Sponsor: MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6%sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Sponsors: Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 10732.003 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Media Partners Please refer to www.idga.org/cancellation for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. ©2009 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. http://www.idga.org/us/commandandcontrol 5
  • 6. DELEGATE REGISTRATION FORM DISCOUNT CODE: NAD/MG PLEASE RETURN TO: Michael Glover (NAD/MG) DIRECT: 212-885-2683 EMAIL: michael.glover@idga.org FAX: 212-697-4106 Registration is for (check below at right): Military & Government Pricing Register & Pay by Standard Price May 29 Main Conference June 25-26 US $899.00 US$999.00 Workshop June 24th US $500.00 US$500.00 All Three Days US $1399.00 US$1499.00 Company Information: Company Name: Mailing Address: Main Telephone #: Direct Telephone #: Fax #: Email Address: Delegate Information: Delegate Names Delegate Titles Workshops Cost (A / B / C / D / E / F) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TOTAL AMOUNT DUE (including any or all $US applicable taxes): Payment Information: VISA [ ] AMEX [ ] MasterCard [ ] DINERS [ ] Card Number: Expiry Date: Name of Cardholder: PLEASE FAX COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM TO 212-697-4106

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