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2022 Theme: The EMSO Playbook: Maneuvering to Win in a New Era | Join us at the industry's leading event to hear from subject-matter experts, explore a show floor brimming with the latest cutting-edge technology and network with stakeholders, thought leaders and experts in the field.
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2022 AOC BOD Election
The 2022 AOC Board of Directors Election will take place in September.
- At-Large Director (2 slots available)
- Pacific Region Director
- Northwestern Region Director
- International Region I Director
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How to Conduct 30+ Capability Demonstrations on CMOSS Mounted Form Factor (CMFF) Prototype in 12 months Without Breaking the Bank!
Aug. 4 | 2-3 p.m. EDT
CMOSS provides the hardware and messaging foundation of a Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) that ensures commonality across a broad and growing sensor vendor base.
The formal integration of CMOSS into SOSA has given rise to the shorthand term “CMOSS/SOSA” which falsely suggests equivalence. CMOSS is an important but limited subset of SOSA in that SOSA also applies MOSA principles to applications, operating systems and platform interfaces. Thus, allowing for true convergence and standardized access and control of the RF chain, “SOSA with CMOSS” ensures the DoD objectives of JADC2, Project Convergence and other important defense initiatives may be rapidly prototyped, operationalized and eventually, modernized in place.The CMFF architecture has enabled Pacific Defense to perform more than 30 CMOSS-related demonstrations over the last 12 months for all the services without breaking the bank.
This talk will demonstrate the ability of CMOSS and SOSA to deliver war fighter the ability to conduct mission in a dynamic environment.
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Cognitive Electronic Warfare: An Artificial Intelligence Approach
Sept. 12-28 | Mondays & Wednesdays | 1-4 p.m. EDT
This course will cover how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in electronic warfare (EW). AI enables EW systems to respond more quickly and effectively to battlefield conditions with complex and novel emitters. The course will discuss AI-based situation assessment techniques for electronic support (ES), including characterization, classification, patterns of life and intent recognition. The course will cover decision-making techniques for electronic protect (EP), electronic attack (EA) and electronic battle management (EBM), including optimization, temporal tradeoffs and distributed coordination. The course will describe how to handle real-time, in-mission learning, motivate why this capability is crucial and discuss how to evaluate a system that learns during a mission. It will cover data management approaches and system architecture. The course is based on the book "Cognitive Electronic Warfare: An Artificial Intelligence Approach."
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EMBM Situational Awareness: Data Integration, Visualization and Analytics
Aug. 11 | 2-3 p.m. EDT
The foundation of modern electromagnetic battle management (EMBM) in complex electromagnetic operating environments for Joint Force operations is situational awareness (S/A). S/A for joint force EMBM is vital to enabling freedom of action in the EMS. This EMBM S/A capability creates spectrum S/A in the combatant commands' joint EMSO cells on adversary, friendly and neutral spectrum participation. Consolidation, correlation and predictive analysis of disparate data sets by this modern technology stack is paving the way for commanders, planners and operators from the tactical to strategic levels to make rapid, high-quality decisions to gain a decisive advantage in the EMS.
In this webinar, participants will get a look at the current foundational product for EMBM and see one system that enables the ingest of numerous data sets (friendly, adversary and neutral) and allows for visualization, correlation and engineering analysis of them. This webinar will be a first look into the demonstration environment of DODs first cloud hosted EMBM capability that will launch into SIPR later this year.
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AOC Continues to Connect Electromagnetic Warfare Practitioners, Industry Partners, Policymakers and Procurement Decision-Makers.
The year 2020 was a massive interruption to life and business, changing how we work, how we connect and forced us into a new way of doing things. We have created new ways to connect and share with our members through these changing times. We have taken events to a virtual space and created new and exciting opportunities for our members to continue looking to AOC as industry leaders.
Now more than ever, it's important to keep in touch and AOC sponsorships are a great way to be part of what's happening right now in the electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO) industry.
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Industry Partners have a variety of ways to connect with members throughout the year. Stay relevant to your customer base, participate in high-level discussions, and, most importantly, nurture relationships with key contacts.
How Are We Doing With Army EW?
Host Ken Miller sits down with Eric Colon, Director, Strategic Solutions for EW and Cyber at Corvus Consulting, LLC. Eric is a senior subject-matter expert on the evolution of Army electronic warfare and cyber electromagnetic activities (CEMA). Ken and Eric discuss how the Army is facing and array of complex threats stemming from China, Russia and other peer competitors. Now more than a decade since the inception of the Army EW structure that we know today, how is the Army addressing these challenges stemming from this new concept of an “invisible battlefield?” They also delve into the Army EW budget currently before Congress and lessons that the Army is learning from the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
The Russian Supreme Court on Tuesday declared Ukraine’s Azov Regiment a terrorist organization banned in Russia, a designation that fuels the Kremlin’s narrative of the war in Ukraine and that may expose Ukrainian prisoners of war held by Moscow to terrorism charges. (AP)
The US and Ukraine agreed to further cooperate on cybersecurity issues and to improve avenues of information sharing, as Russia’s assault in Eastern Europe grinds on. (C4ISRNet)
Senate lawmakers want to boost the Space Force’s budget by more than $2 billion to support missile warning satellite development, responsive launch capabilities and improved testing and training infrastructure. (Defense News)