Collaborative EW Symposium 2024
March 12-14 | Point Mugu, California
Theme: EW at Scale – EW Capabilities for Near Peer Force on Force Warfighting
Join us at Collaborative EW Symposium 2024, a premier event uniting leaders from the US military, government, academia and industry. Focused on cutting-edge research in EW, the symposium addresses challenges in large-scale force-on-force combat. Explore the latest advancements and opportunities in EW, engaging with top-tier experts and decision-makers. Be part of shaping the future of electronic warfare strategy in this dynamic and collaborative environment.
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Cyber Electromagnetic Activity (CEMA) 2024
April 30 – May 2 | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Theme: EW Overmatch – Reestablishing Dominance in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Taking place at a critical juncture for electronic warfare (EW), CEMA 2024 marks a significant moment as the Army is on the verge of fielding terrestrial and airborne EW capabilities after a 30+ year hiatus.
You're invited to submit an original, unclassified abstract focused on one of the following key topics:
- Science & Technology: Current, emerging and future trends in EW/Cyber/SIGINT/IO technologies, architecture, techniques, use of machine learning/artificial intelligence and other novel technologies
- Acquisition Programs: Updates from key leadership, program and capability managers and policy makers on current and emerging programs of record, quick reaction capabilities and rapid prototyping efforts
- Exercises & Experimentation: Lessons learned from CEMA exercises and experimentation
- DOTMLPF-P: Integrating holistic CEMA solutions into Army and Joint formations in support of multidomain operations
- From the Field: Feedback on current employment of CEMA capabilities from operational units, emerging CONOPS, TTPs, signature management and force structure implications
- Special Emphasis Topics: Multi-Domain Systems of Systems, Information Advantage
Intelligence Production in support of CEMA operations, Distributed Operations, Indo-Pacific unique requirements, Navigation Warfare, Machine Learning and Automation and Electromagnetic Battle Management in support of Joint All Domain Command and Control
Submit your paper by Jan. 19!
Reach your target audience at CEMA 2024! AOC sponsorships are a great way to increase your reach and be closest to those in the CEMA industry. Browse sponsorship opportunities for CEMA 2024
As of Jan. 1, free live webinars are a members-only benefit. Non-members can purchase webinars for $25 each.
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Assuring Cognitive EW Systems
Jan. 11 | 2 PM
This presentation describes some of the challenges associated with testing the performance of Cognitive Electronic Warfare (CogEW) systems. CogEW incorporates Artificial Intelligence (AI) enables EW systems to respond more quickly and effectively to real-world conditions with complex and novel emitters; these systems learn post-deployment from novel experiences in the field. Cognitive capabilities will force multiple paradigm shifts from legacy test and evaluation (T&E) approaches. Notably, the system may never be the same twice. These paradigm shifts highlight changes needed in T&E processes, infrastructure and requirements to support this capability. T&E processes must validate the learning process, rather than validating the learned model. Testing must become a continuous process, rather than a final exam. T&E infrastructure must adopt a mixed-resolution closed-loop T&E framework and a data fabric that supports rapid test analysis. Finally, requirements should be placed on cognitive systems for data collection, transparency and rules for how to interact with legacy systems.
2024 AOC Sponsorship Catalog
AOC connects electromagnetic warfare practitioners, industry partners, policymakers and procurement decision-makers.
For over 55 years, electronic warfare (EW), electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO), cyber electromagnetic activities (CEMA) and information operations (IO) professionals from military, government, industry and academia have looked to AOC to provide access to emerging technologies and the latest developments to protect the warfighter.
Plan to partner with AOC in 2024! AOC sponsorships are a great way to increase your reach and be part of what's happening right now in the EMSO industry.
Present a Webinar
Educating and informing the Electromagnetic Warfare community is at the heart of AOC’s mission. As the leader in training EMSO and EW professionals worldwide, AOC offers a wide selection of professional development courses and webinars on various topics led by experts in the field.
Be at the forefront of educating the men and women in the EW/EMSO industry and submit a proposal to instruct our next live webinar.
The Importance of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances
In this episode of From the Crows’ Nest, host Ken Miller sits down with retired US Air Force Lieutenant General Lance Landrum during AOC 2023 to discuss Strategic Partnerships and Alliances. General Landrum was a keynote speaker on the last day of the annual symposium. He is the former 23rd Deputy Chair of The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Committee. In this capacity, helped forge consensus among Allies on military advice and recommendations for bolstering NATO’s deterrence and defense. Prior to this assignment General Landrum served as the United States European Command Director of Operations (J3) and the Joint Staff J8 Deputy Director for Requirements and Capability Development, where he stood up and ran the Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations Cross Functional Team. They discuss how the integration of cyber and space capabilities into traditional warfare domains alters the strategic landscape for the US and its allies and what lessons can General Landrum share to advance EMS superiority through international partnerships.
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.
• Data Engineer Intern – CNH Industrial – Oak Brook, Illinois, United States (On-Site)
• Technical Staff Member – Cyber Resilience and Intelligence – Oak Ridge National Laboratory – Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States (On-Site)
48th Dixie Crow Symposium
March 24-27, 2024
The 2024 theme is “Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) as a Maneuver Space - Achieving Dominance in the EMS through Speed, Innovation, and DATA”. Papers are being solicited on topics related to new technologies, open architectures, EMS data (needs and/or CONOPS), software development pipelines, innovative approaches to validation and release processes, and novel approaches to using or integrating existing technologies that will allow rapid acquisition and fielding.
Submit unclassified abstracts to AFLCMC.WNY.AFTechProg@us.af.mil by January 26, 2024. Learn More
Download a complete schedule of events here. To register for the symposium click here.
The sponsorship opportunities help fund the Dixie Crow Education Foundation, a 501(c) 3 organization. This is a great company opportunity to provide branding visibility to over 2000+ government/military/academia and industry attendees. All sponsorships directly fund Dixie Crow STEM Scholarships and are tax deductible.
The Air Force Research Lab’s Information Directorate has published a RFI for ground and aerial EMP systems that can be used for C-UAS applications. (JED)
The Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command has issued a Source Sought notice to procure two courses to train Tactical Electronic Warfare (TAC-EW)/SIGINT personnel in support of future deployments. (JED)
Ukraine's biggest cities, the capital Kyiv and Kharkiv in the northeast, were bombarded by Russian missiles overnight, killing four people and wounding nearly 100, Ukrainian officials said Tuesday. (CBS)