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"Preparing Army Aviation for the Future The US Army has been making great strides in Aviation advancement. Due to the mountainous terrain and extreme climate conditions faced in the Afghan and Pakistani theaters, The US Army has increased focus and resources on Helicopters and UAVs to provide support, transportation, intelligence, deadly force and to rescue troops as they combat the insurgency.

IDGA’s Army Aviation 2010 is the premier event in the US that examines the link between emerging requirements, technology, and the long term focus of US Army Aviation Programs. Through a combination of technical examination sessions and key case studies, we will identify performance of current aviation systems platforms, potential growth areas, and the long term focus of the US Army Aviation community.

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Army Aviation Summit

  1. 1. Attend to meet US Army Aviation department heads to examine the links between emerging requirements and technology! presents a training conference: TM June 28 - 30, 2010 Washington DC Metro Area P R E PA R I N G A R M Y AV I AT I O N F O R T H E F U T U R E Meet key decision-makers and hear from a distinguished speaker faculty that includes: COL Randy Rotte, USA – Deputy Director, COL Ray Jones, USA – Program Manager, Airborne, Aviation Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 Maritime and Fixed Station, Joint Tactical Radio System COL William H. Morris, USA – Deputy Director, COL Terence W. Reeves, USA – Commander, Army Aviation, G3/5/7 U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School COL Robert Mitchell, USA – Director, LTC David P. Bristol, USA – Product Manager, Army Medical Evacuation Proponency Utility Helicopter Project, Light Utility Helicopter One-of-a-Kind IDGA Event: Focusing on all aspects of U.S. Army Aviation – Helicopters, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Aircraft Survivability, Equipment, Training and much more!!! Navigate through the different levels of U.S. Army Aviation with expert briefings on: • Revitalizing Army Aviation to meet current/future needs • Enhancing the quality of information and shared situational awareness • Transition to a joint battle command-platform for aviation • Dual aviation combat operations between active Army and US Army National Guard • Upgrading survivability by improving countermeasures Media Partners: www.ArmyAviationSummit.com
  2. 2. TM PREPARING ARMY AVIATION FOR THE FUTURE June 28 - 30, 2010 Washington DC Metro Area The US Army has been making great strides in Aviation advancement. Due to Who You will Meet the mountainous terrain and extreme climate conditions faced in the Afghan IDGA’s Army Aviation Summit 2010 is a forum on the and Pakistani theaters, The US Army has increased focus and resources on advances of the US Army’s Aviation programs, which will Helicopters and UAVs to provide support, transportation, intelligence, bring together members of the Helicopter, UAV, deadly force and to rescue troops as they combat the insurgency. Equipment and Training communities investigating the challenges they are currently facing. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with an IDGA’s Army Aviation 2010 is the premier event in the US that examines audience of military, government, academic and private the link between emerging requirements, technology, and the long term sector leaders with key responsibilities such as: focus of US Army Aviation Programs. Through a combination of technical • Future development • Test & evaluation examination sessions and key case studies, we will identify performance of • Requirements & operations current aviation systems platforms, potential growth areas, and the long • Survivability equipment term focus of the US Army Aviation community. • Maintenance engineering • Survivability & threat systems This year’s mission-critical topics will include: • Tilt-rotor development • Revitalizing Army Aviation to meet current and future needs • Rotorcraft design • Challenges of aircraft survivability • UAV research & development • Army National Guard Aviation operations alongside the active army • UAV existing programs • Command & control systems • Enhancing the quality of information and shared situational • Joint performance based logistics awareness • Transition to a Joint Battle Command Platform for aviation About IDGA Do not miss this unique opportunity to network and forge new partnerships The Institute for Defense & with your peers! Reserve your place now to be among the key stakeholders Government Advancement (IDGA) is in the US Army Aviation community.” a non-partisan information-based organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense through live conferences and ACT NOW! Visit www.ArmyAviationSummit.com or call 1-800-882- events. We bring together speaker panels and events 8684 to register today! comprised of military and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making power from military, government, and defense industries. For more information, please visit www.idga.org. "IDGA events have been outstanding conferences, primarily, due to the quality of presenters and invitees. Get more from IDGA.org! We’ve made many contacts and had four significant In addition to our live events, IDGA conversations with important PMs" also offers an online community dedicated to providing defense – Business Development Manager Northrop Grumman Corporation industry professionals with breaking news, business opportunities, introductions, podcasts, webinars, As a member of the science and technology community I and presentations from key industry have to understand and keep up to speed on leaders. Members of our online community are able to extend their developments and initiatives in our helicopter programs live event experience and interact with the defense and IDGA conferences have been helpful in doing so.” industry by leveraging the opportunity to network, share ideas, best practices, and business solutions. Join our - US Army Aerospace Engineer, Applied Technology Directorate community today at www.idga.org! 2 www.ArmyAviation Summit.com
  3. 3. AVIATION MAINTENANCE FOCUS DAY AVIATION MAINTENANCE FOCUS DAY Monday, June 28, 2010 8:00 Registration & Coffee 9:00 Increasing the performance and service life of aircraft while reducing direct costs Multi-Tasked Sensor for Engine Monitoring in U.S. Military Aircraft The current filter health indicator used in Army aircraft (in particular and fluid filter deterioration trends. AH-64 and UH-60 helicopters) is based on a mechanical design concept that was developed over four decades ago. This device is How you will benefit: purely mechanical without any smart electronic indicators, ability to • Learn how to eliminate mechanical-based modes of failure to provide information about the fluid condition and temperature, data improve accuracy storage capability, or intelligent prognostics. The current indicator is • Discover vibration energy-harvesting mechanisms not reliable since it is sensitive to vibrations, which may cause it to issue premature or no alarm signals. In turn, these inaccurate alarms What will be covered: may result in either premature or overdue fluid replacement. • Receive an in-depth look into automated and intelligent solution that enable specific maintenance to be completed based on fluid Multi-tasked sensors (MulitiSENS) provide the Army with an and filter status automated and smart solution to enable specific maintenance for • Gain an understanding of the significant impact on the current each aircraft to be completed based on fluid and filter states. condition-based engine health monitoring MultiSENS provides the user with LED indications of unsafe fluid water content levels, temperature, and filter differential pressure. Session Leader: Sensor data is stored within the MultiSENS device, and is Jeff Tooley, Project Manager / Electrical Engineer, LURACO downloadable to an analysis tool so that the user can identify fluid Technologies, Inc 11:30 Lunch 12:00 Developing a maintenance management program to determine advantages of CBM Effectiveness of Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM) in Army Aviation Technology has significantly enhanced our ability to detect and How you will benefit: monitor the health and condition of critical components in Army • Implement a strategy to comprehensively synchronize multiple aviation. By combining these technological advances with the weapon systems existing systems for vibration analysis, we have developed a • Develop a roadmap to investigate the transformation of CBM maintenance management program based on the health condition of the components rather than time-driven inspections and What will be covered: replacements. One vibration analysis program, the Health Usage • How to transition to a CBM approach to maintenance and Management System (HUMS), developed for the UH-60 • Available data on logistics, usage, maintenance, supply, missions, Blackhawk, was examined in this study. The purpose of this session and training procedures is to determine whether Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM) provides a distinct advantage over phase or time-driven inspections Session Leader: and component replacement in Army Aviation. Dr. Abdel Bayoumi, Director of CBM Research Center, University of South Carolina 2:30 Creating new technologies to combat corrosion Innovative Surface Modification for High Strength Steel Alloys to Enhance Corrosion Resistance This workshop will cover the development of a processing • Learn unique material treatment procedures methodology for improving strength and corrosion resistance • Improve your analysis of corrosion characteristics properties of carburizing stainless steel (CSS-42L) through surface carburization prior to aging and heat treatment. CSS-42L will be What will be covered: evaluated by various modifications to the tempering and • Learn about new technology in metal treatment quenching temperatures. Examples of analytical and modeling tools • Discover predicting capabilities to combat corrosion will demonstrate the surface modification process parameters such • Gain insights into new analysis of materials as hardness and residual stress through thickness. Session Leader: How you will benefit: Dr. Klaus-Hermann Dahmen, CEO, Innovative Materials Design • See advances in corrosion prevention and Processing, Inc. 5:00 End of Aviation Maintenance Focus Day 3 www.ArmyAviation Summit.com
  4. 4. Main Summit Day One Main Summit Day Two Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Wednesday, June 30, 2010 7:00 Registration & Coffee 7:15 Registration & Coffee 7:50 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 7:50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:00 Extending Aviation Capabilities Beyond the 2020 8:00 We can upgrade it. We have the technology. Utility Timeframe Helicopters: Better, Stronger, Faster Morning Keynote • Revitalizing Army Aviation to meet current/future needs • Current production of UH-60M Black Hawks / UH-72A Lakotas – • Increasing aircraft survivability and sustainability fielding’s and modifications • Accelerating UAV programs/systems • Status of currently deployed fleets • Modernizing and procuring aircraft • Status of the UH-60M upgrade COL Randy Rotte, USA, Deputy Director, Aviation Office of the • Projected path ahead Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 LTC David P. Bristol, USA, Product Manager, Light Utility Helicopter, Utility Helicopter Project Office 8:45 Army National Guard Aviation • Combat operations alongside the active Army 8:45 PM Aviation Systems Mission Overview Morning Keynote • Civil support operations in and away from CONUS • Organizing for combat • Dual use of aircraft for combat and domestic operations • PM Focusing on capabilities vs. product • Mission Equipment Packages (MEP) to support civil support operations • Shaping a dynamic multi-functional synergistic organization to react Robert E. Godwin, DAC Deputy Chief, NGB-AVS quickly and effectively to new missions COL Anthony Potts, USA, Project Manager, PM Aviation Systems 9:30 Networking & Refreshment Break 9:30 Networking & Refreshment Break 10:15 Staying Ahead of the Enemy – Challenges of Aircraft Survivability 10:15 US Army's Blue Force Tracking-Aviation System and • RPG solution Transition to Joint Battle Command-Platform for Aviation • Protection from future threats • Status and path ahead • Solutions at an appropriate TRL >6+ • Challenges of a joint battle command platform • Integration into existing systems • Complete situational awareness COL Bill Morris, USA, Deputy Director, Army Aviation, G3/5/7 Al A. Abejon, Director, FBCB2/BFT Aviation(SFAE-C3T-FB-AV) 11:00 A160T Hummingbird Special Operations Forces Long 11:00 Aircraft Survivability Equipment Endurance Demonstrator • Infrared countermeasures • Mission scenarios/potential payloads • Radio frequency • Payload volume & power available • Countermeasures • System maturity and operational utility improvements • Laser countermeasures • System integration & development • Issues and challenges COL Christopher Miller, USA, PEO Rotary Wing LTC Ray Pickering, USA, PM ATIRCM/CMWS 11:45 Lunch 11:45 Lunch 1:00 Manned/Unmanned Common Architecture Program 1:00 Army Aviation’s Center of Excellence for Warfighting (MCAP) Development and Network Centric Flight Tests Sustainment • MCAP overview • Providing subject matter expertise in Army aviation maintenance and • Expected improvements over currently fielded mission processing training architectures • Warning systems • Mission equipment integration approach • Electronic countermeasures • Network centric experimentation: results and future activities • Identification Dale Johnson, Deputy Director Systems Integration, Aviation Applied • Future Systems Technology Directorate, US Army COL Terence W. Reeves, USA, Commander U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School 1:45 Airborne, Maritime/Fixed Station Joint Tactical Radio System 1:45 Army Medevac at the Crossroads • Adapting more quickly to a dynamic environment • Operations in OEF • Enhancing the quality of information and shared situational awareness • Force Mod updates • Dramatically increasing mission effectiveness • Requirements for V-22 COL Ray Jones, USA, Program Manager, AMF JTRS COL Robert Mitchell, USA, Director Army Medical Evacuation Proponency 2:30 Networking & Refreshment Break 2:30 Networking & Refreshment Break 3:15 US Army ARH Program Undergoes Major Shift 3:15 Play, Pause, Reset: Aviation Maintenance • Kiowa Warrior (KW) life support 2020 • Extending the equipment’s useful life by returning it to a near “zero • Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter update mile/zero hour” condition LTC Scott Rauer, USA, Kiowa Warrior Product Office, Armed • The Army standard for equipment Reconnaissance Helicopters Project, Aviation PEO • Challenges of restoring aircrafts after deployment in harsh environments Chris Smith, Director, Condition Based Maintenance, US Army Aviation 4:00 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Center of Excellence and Missile Command • UAS payloads • UAS human element 4:00 AMCOM Corrosion Program Update • UAS control element • Corrosion Maintenance / Procedures • UAS common architecture • CPC Training • UAS life cycle logistics • Development of New Technologies Glenn Rizzi, Deputy Director, Army Unmanned Aircraft Steven F. Carr, Corrosion Program Manager, AMCOM Systems Center of Excellence 4:45 End of Main Summit 4:45 End of Day One 4 www.ArmyAviation Summit.com
  5. 5. Venue & Lodging 5 Ways to Register! This event will be held in Washington DC Metro Area. As soon as a specific venue is confirmed we will post the information online. If Web: www.ArmyAviationSummit.com you would like to be notified via email as soon as the information Email: info@idga.org becomes available please email idga@idga.org with the following in the subject line: "Army Aviation Venue Request". Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 646-378-6026 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Sponsorship and Exhibition Mail: IDGA Opportunities Still Available! 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting please contact John Toth at 212-885-2743 or sponsorship@idga.org Pricing Military, Government & Academia* Save the date for these other Main Summit Only By April 23, 2010 $899 (Save $100) Standard Price $999 upcoming IDGA events! Workshop Day $500 $500 *This category does NOT include government contractors; contractors are considered civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. Aviation October 2010 Pricing Industry Lifecycle Standard Price Management TM Main Summit Only $999 Workshop Day $500 www.AviationLifecycleManagement.com Team Discounts* Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% November 2010 5 or more 15% * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. Dress Code: www.HeliconEvent.com Military personnel are kindly requested to be in uniform. Appropriate attire for Industry is business casual. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA CAS COCKPIT AVIONICS February 2011 A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. SUMMIT TM * 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 www.CockpitAvionicsSummit.com Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18773.001 Media Partners: 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. 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. ©2010 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. 5 www.ArmyAviation Summit.com
  6. 6. IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 TM PREPARING ARMY AVIATION FOR THE FUTURE June 28 - 30, 2010 Washington DC Metro Area Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Meet and hear from a distinguished speaker faculty that includes: COL Randy Rotte, USA – Deputy Director, Aviation Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 COL William H. Morris, USA – Deputy Director, Army Aviation, G3/5/7 COL Robert Mitchell, USA – Director, Army Medical Evacuation Proponency 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: COL Ray Jones, USA – Program Manager, Airborne, Maritime and 1 Web: www.ArmyAviationSummit.com Fixed Station, Joint Tactical Radio System 2 Email: info@idga.org COL Terence W. Reeves, USA – Commander, U.S. Army Aviation 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 Logistics School 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day LTC David P. Bristol, USA – Product Manager, Utility Helicopter 5 Mail: IDGA Project, Light Utility Helicopter 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor 18773.001/D/AD New York, NY 10017 Attend to meet US Army Aviation department heads to examine the links between emerging requirements and technology! presents a training conference: TM June 28 - 30, 2010 Washington DC Metro Area P R E PA R I N G A R M Y AV I AT I O N F O R T H E F U T U R E One-of-a-Kind IDGA Event: Focusing on all aspects of U.S. Army Aviation – Helicopters, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Aircraft Survivability, Equipment, Training and much more!!! www.ArmyAviation Summit.com

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