AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY SYMPOSIUM, MONTEREY, NOVEMBER 06-08, 2018
This SECRET/NOFORN symposium is the forum for discussion of survivability technologies, sustainment and operations, threats and counter measures in a classified environment. An optional day of tutorials (separate fee required) is followed by two days of keynotes, technical briefs and poster presentations. With extended breaks, lunches and a networking reception, the symposium is specifically structured to facilitate relaxed dialogue and continuous networking opportunities among senior level government and industry representatives, the armed services, and academia.
Tutorial sessions covering aircraft systems cyber security threats and countermeasures and infrared radiation search and track (IRST) systems.
Symposium sessions featuring keynote addresses from industry and government leaders, followed by technical presentation sessions on key topic areas.
Using the Naval Postgraduate School as our venue and co-sponsor provides attendees with the unique experience of interacting with researchers, industry and government decision makers, and warfighters on a classified campus to discuss what is needed for the fight today and plan for the survivability challenges of tomorrow.