Defense Daily’s 10th Annual Open Architecture Summit, taking place October 19, 2017 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., will focus on how Open Architecture (OA) is the key to maintaining legacy platforms and a vital foundation to implementing future programs.
Early Bird Discount: Register by June 30, 2017 to save up to $170!
In 2017, open architecture is firmly set in our government and industry’s plans for the future. This year, the Open Architecture Summit will focus on:
- Common and Compatible – Gain knowledge on establishing baseline architectures.
- Defense Industry – Get a better understanding of the pros and cons of an open architecture-approach to the contractor community.
- Legacy-Existing-Future – Learn how Open Architecture is the key to maintaining legacy platforms and a vital foundation to implementing future programs.
- Hear from industry and government program managers how OA will enable future platforms to keep up with evolving threats and emerging technologies.
- Find out the plan for getting everyone on board with an open architecture system. Know where the disconnect is between industry and government and intellectual property and better understand how the government can incentivize the industry to relax its insistence on proprietary technology.
- Budget restraints demand that military services squeeze every bit possible from the service lives of legacy combat systems, requiring retrofits of emerging technologies that resuscitate designs approaching obsolescence. Learn how the leap is made from today to truly next generation or leap ahead platforms.
Who Should Attend:
The Defense Daily Open Architecture Summit is aimed at senior leadership in the defense establishment, including top Pentagon acquisition officials, program executive officers, program managers and industry executives, and analysts.
Register now for this highly anticipated Summit!
We guarantee the 10th Annual Open Architecture Summit will engage you with the latest and most relevant information on how OA is the key to maintaining legacy platforms and a vital foundation to implementing all future programs.