Collaborative EW Symposium 2023
March 14-16, 2023 | Pt. Mugu, CA
Evaluating Current EW Innovation in Context of Current Real World Conflicts
The war in Ukraine has identified the relevance of collaborative EW in support of rapid unfolding operations, with rapid adaptation and innovation contributing to the fight. What does this conflict teach us about what to do and what not to do in the spectrum? Who else will learn these lessons and to what result?”
The 50th year of the Collaborative EW Symposium at Pt. Mugu will provide a venue to disseminate current research in the fields of collaborative EW with an emphasis on innovation in collaborative EW. Prominent leaders, contributors and representatives from the United States and Australian military, government, academia and industry will come together to address emerging technologies required to address current dynamic operations.
Registration opens Dec. 1!
Call for speakers ends soon! Submit an abstract by Wednesday, Dec. 14.
AOC Europe 2023
May 15-17, 2023 | Bonn, Germany
We are pleased to announce General Chris Badia, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, NATO as our first confirmed keynote speaker for AOC Europe 2023. To join General Badia and our panel of other EW experts at our upcoming conference, make sure to submit your speaker application today!
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Plan to partner with AOC in 2023! AOC sponsorships are a great way to increase your reach and to be part of what's happening right now EMSO industry.
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In the Flat Field: Did Russian Army Electronic Warfare Underperform in Ukraine?
Dec. 15 | 2–3 p.m. EDT
In the Flat Field: Did Russian Army Electronic Warfare underperform in Ukraine? Since the Russian government began to overhaul its military early last decade, fears in NATO and allied nations have deepened over the efficacy of its army's electronic warfare systems.
New capabilities have been deployed and supported previous Russian military adventures in Georgia, Ukraine and Syria with seemingly great effect. The world's media has shared photographs of fearsome looking equipment deployed in rural farmland.
This time, however, things seem different. The army's EW capabilities appear conspicuous by their absence since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. While the force has performed electronic warfare it does not seem to have been anywhere near as ferocious as anticipated. Moreover, the Russian Army has failed to win and sustain electromagnetic supremacy.
This webinar will look at the Russian Army's war in the electromagnetic spectrum. It will draw tentative conclusions as to why the force's EW capabilities may have underperformed. It examines the resulting implications for NATO and allied nations.
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A Deeper Dive Into Microelectronics
Microelectronics is in the news and a key focus of current legislation. It is a part of everything we do in the military and business. But do we properly understand the microelectronics sector to make the right business, government, and policy decisions? In this episode, Ken Miller dives deeper into the topic with scholar and author Chris Miller to better understand the history of chip design and manufacturing and the impact of chips on all aspects of life.
Chris teaches international history at The Fletcher School at Tufts University and recently wrote the book Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology. Together, Ken and Chris discuss the history of microelectronics, production and design challenges, the possibilities The Chips Act funding opened, dynamics in the Asia-Pacific region, and the role of government in the chip technology industry.
The Association of Old Crows is pleased to provide its online Career Center – the premier resource to connect career opportunities with highly qualified EW, EMSO, CEMA, SIGINT, ELINT & IO talent. You can access the AOC Career Center at https://careers.crows.org.
• Systems Engineer — Avangrid — Portland, Oregon, United States (remote)
• Senior Radar SME — Parsons — Aberdeen, Maryland, United States
Electronic Warfare and Avionics (EWA) Conference
March 21–23, 2023 | Museam of Aviation
The 2023 theme is “Maintaining Dominance in the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) by Rapidly Fielding and Modifying Systems through the use of Innovation and Open, Common Standards.” We are soliciting papers that relate to EW, ISR or Avionics and may include (but are not limited to) technical solutions, initiatives, enablers, techniques, methods, policy/doctrine updates, interoperability, open system, modeling, architectures and best practices.
The US secretly modified the advanced Himars rocket launchers it gave Ukraine so they can’t be used to fire long-range missiles into Russia, US officials said, a precaution the Biden administration says is necessary to reduce the risk of a wider war with Moscow. (WSJ)
US Navy surface warfare and missile defense experts are asking Lockheed Martin Corp. for help in building and fielding helicopter-based long-range EW systems to protect Navy surface ships from existing and future advanced anti-ship missiles. (Military Aerospace)
When sanctions were enacted against Russia in February of this year, many forecasts were of an imminent collapse in the Russian economy. A new report looks at why that hasn't happened. (NPR)