2022 Future Force Capabilities Conference and Exhibition
9/19/2022 - 9/22/2022
Austin Convention Center
500 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin,  TX  78701
Theme : Evolving Technologies – Ensuring Readiness for Multi Domain Operations
Event Type : Conference
Event Code : 2305
Join NDIA at the annual Future Force Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, scheduled for September 19 - 22 in Austin, TX hosted by the Armaments, Robotics, Munitions Technology Divisions and the Global Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) community. This event will convene a variety of attendees to foster creative interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. Accordingly, it marks an unparalleled opportunity to maximize your expertise and interests across multiple focus areas by hearing from a team of top leaders in government, industry, and academia amid capabilities briefings, keynote remarks, panels, technical paper presentations, exhibits, and a live-fire demonstration.
Who Should Attend?
As this event combines the annual Global EOD event with that of the NDIA Armaments, Robotics, and Munitions Technology Divisions, anyone working or interested in these focus areas is welcome and highly encouraged to join us in October. The Future Force Capabilities agenda will cover a wide range of subjects while offering unique opportunities for learning, conversing, and networking, which means that there’s something for everyone.
Please Note: This event is open to media but will have some Distribution D sessions that are closed to media. Distribution D sessions will be noted on the agenda.
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ContactMs. Meredith Mangas
Mr. Andrew Peters