SIGNAL Coverage: TechNet Indo-Pacific Spring 2022

Real-time coverage from TechNet Indo-Pacific Spring 2022. SIGNAL provides highlights and breaking news from speakers and panelists.

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Trust Is the Cornerstone to Building Indo-Pacific Alliances

Panelists (l-r) Cmdr. Kathryn McCabe, RAN, vice director for C4, INDOPACOM; Rear Adm. Brett R. Sonter, RAN, deputy director, Maritime Operations-Australia, U.S. Pacific Fleet; and Brig. Gen. Alan Lister, RM, J-5 deputy director for policy, INDOPACOM, discuss coalition operations at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Dave Livingston photo

Trusting allies is becoming vital in Indo-Pacific coalition operations.


Air Force Bets on Its Integrated Warfighting Network

Col. Peter “STIX” Chiou, USAF, chief of Integrated Warfighting Networks, Air Force Chief Architect Office, describes the new Integrated Warfighting Network at a briefing at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Tony Grillo photo

The Air Force is planning a network mega-architecture to serve networking needs.


5G Is Making Wishes Come True

TechNet Indo-Pacific panelists discussing the coming 5G revolution are (l-r) Stephanie Hutch, Makai Defense; Michael Bilyeu, NineTwelve; William Fong, NIWC Pacific; and Robert Perkins, Vectrus.

5G is opening up an endless list of potential applications.


Data Ties Together the INDOPACOM Wish List

Maj. Gen. James B. Jarrard, USA, chief of staff of INDOPACOM, describes the command's requirements at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Tony Grillo photo

Wherever you look on INDOPACOM's wish list, you'll find data requirements.


Pacific Air Forces Target Keeping Up With Industry

Lt. Gen. James Jacobson, USAF, deputy commander, U.S. Pacific Air Forces, describes the command’s pursuit of technology at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Tony Grillo photo

The Pacific Air Forces are ramping up to keep up with industry innovations.


The Vast Indo-Pacific Ocean Region Needs an Army

Gen. Charles A. Flynn, USA, commanding general of U.S. Army Pacific, describes Army challenges in the vast region at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Tony Grillo photo

The U.S. Army Pacific tailors its force for an ocean-centric region.


Ubiquity Looms for AI, ML

TechNet Indo-Pacific panelists discussing the future of AI and ML are (l-r) Christine Lanning, Integrated Security Technologies; Brig. Gen. Jacqueline “Denise” Brown, USA, USINDOPACOM; Michele Engelhart, GDIT; Nicole Isoda, NIWC Pacific; and Catherine Johnston, USINDOPACOM. Credit: Tony Grillo photo

AI and ML are offering a revolution, but the pros and cons are not yet clear.


DISA Faces the Indo-Pacific

Lt. Gen. Robert J. Skinner, USAF, DISA director, describes how the agency is meeting Indo-Pacific region challenges at TechNet Indo-Pacific. Credit: Dave Livingston photo

The challenges of the Indo-Pacific region are helping shape DISA’s transformation.


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