November 05 - 07, 2019 | Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria, washington
Lieutenant General David A. Deptula (Ret.), First Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance at Headquarters U.S. Air Force (2006-2010)

Lieutenant General David A. Deptula (Ret.)


First Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Headquarters U.S. Air Force (2006-2010)

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Day Two: 6 November

Wednesday, November 6th, 2019


10:10 SENIOR LEADERS PANEL: INTELLIGENCE AND C2 IN A MULTI-DOMAIN ERA

  • As the operating environment becomes increasingly multi-domain, how does our C2ISR framework need to adapt, and how can it do so ‘at the speed of relevance’?
  • How do we transition from multi-domain at an individual service level to multi-domain at the joint level? What are the opportunities for integration, and what are the barriers?
  • Intelligence will be perhaps the first branch of defence to truly benefit from the application of advanced technologies, including AI and machine learning. How will those technologies impact the ways in which we fuse and exploit data, and how can indsutry help to speed up their introduction?
  • How do we ensure that the airborne ISR platform plays the most effective possible role within the future threat environment, and how will unmanned capability support its contribution to situational awareness and C2?

12:00 INDUSTRY LEADERS PANEL: REALIZING MULTI-DOMAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL IN PRACTICE

  • How do industry leaders assess the approaches of the individual services to deliver multi-domain concepts and capabilities? What can they do to support the joined up approach necessary to realize multi-domain command and control in practice?
  • What are the barriers to implementing ABMS, and how does industry plan to solve them?
  • What opportunities do capability-centric – as opposed to platform-centric – modes of thinking provide for industry leaders to collaborate with non-traditional innovators, and how will they support their integration within the ISR supply chain?
  • How should we prioritise for future ISR? Is information assurance a realistic goal given the constraints of the contested battlespace, and how do we assure the mission when information assurance falls short?