Track Six: Innovating to Operationalize the LandWarNet
|Tuesday, 3 August 2010|
|1015 - 1130||
Speaker: LTC Jonathan Moelter, Chief, Integration Division, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorage, Army Signal Center of Excellence
This will be an open discussion on Signal Center of Excellence (SIGCoE) Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate’s (CDID) efforts to accelerate capabilities to the field. We will cover the Capabilities Development for Rapid Transition (CDRT) program, solicit recommendations from the field, and then follow with discussions on Trojan Migration, Network Migration, and end with the Joint Tactical Cellular Capability CONOPS.
|1400 - 1515||
Innovation through Experimentation – The Battle Lab’s Mission
Speaker: COL David Barlow, Director, Fort Gordon Battle Lab, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, Army Signal Center of Excellence
A multi-media enhanced presentation informing participants of relevant past, present, and future experiments that provide opportunities to enhance battlefield cyber dominance for Joint/Combined Commanders.
|Wednesday, 4 August 2010|
|0945 - 1100||
Supporting Cyberspace Operations In and Through a Modernized LandWarNet
Speaker: COL Mike Kell, TRADOC Project Office Network Operations, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, Army Signal Center of Excellence
Provide an overview of how the LandWarNet will be modernized to support Commanders’ requirements to operate in and through the Cyberspace Domain. This includes the establishment of the TRADOC Capabilities Manager for the Global Network Enterprise (TCM GNE), Modernizing the LandWarNet through the GNEC strategy, Army’s Cyberspace Operations Concept Capability Plan (CCP) and follow-on Cyber-Electromagnetic Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA). A presentation of some critical tasks, gaps, as well as the near, mid, and long term development of doctrine, organizational structure, training, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities solutions. This presentation draws from years of analysis performed at all echelons, as well as recent collaboration between the Operations, Intelligence, and Signal communities.
|1500 - 1615||
Speaker: COL Bruce Caulkins, Commandant, Leader College for Information Technology, Army Signal Center of Excellence
An overview of the new Army Leader Development Strategy and how it will guide future leader training and education paths at the Signal Center of Excellence (SIGCoE) will be presented. Discussions will include governmental, commercial, and academic partnerships crucial to modern training development as well as SIGCoE education initiative in cyber defense, mission command support, virtualization, application development, and distributed learning. We will also discuss critical supporting efforts in education like the Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications (CSDA) project that is ongoing.
|1630 - 1745||
Speaker: COL Edward Eidson, TRADOC Capability Manager, Networks & services, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, Army Signal Center of Excellence
Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) is the Signal Regiment’s flagship program and uses an incremental fielding approach to deliver emerging technology and increased capabilities into the current/future force. As the Army’s integrating communications network, it supports the evolution of the network from today into the future. With its increased capacity through integrated NETOPs, WIN-T will provide a more secure and reliable tactical maneuvering force through Leader-centricity.
|Thursday, 5 August 2010|
|1000 - 1130||
Speaker: COL Stephen Wren, TRADOC Capability Manager, Tactical Radios, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, Army Signal Center of Excellence
COL Wren will address Accelerating Capabilities, the testing of the Army Evaluation Task Force (AETF), and outcomes from the June 2010 Test. Respective program managers will speak on the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Airborne-Maritime-Fixed Site) Capabilities Production Document (CPD), the JTRS Handheld-Manpack-Small Form Fit (HMS) program, and the JTRS Network Enterprise Domain (NED) waveform network management tools and future integration plan.
2009 Conference Photos
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