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|Upcoming AFCEA Events|
Innovation Showcase (S3 E4)
10/22/2019 - 10/22/2019
TV Worldwide, 4206 Technology Ct Suite F, Chantilly, VA
AFCEA International is sponsoring a series of Innovation Showcase events where companies can pitch their capabilities to a panel of investors and government/nongovernment technology experts. Topics can range from artificial intelligence to digital transformation to cybersecurity to any great idea. If you've nearly perfected an innovation or business process that would revolutionize technology procurement or you've thought about starting your own business, this is your chance to get advice from experts.
TechNet Europe 2019
10/23/2019 - 10/24/2019
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
TechNet Europe, AFCEA Europe's second largest annual event, will be held under the patronage of the Minister of Defence, Slovak Republic. Discussion of highly topical issues such as the C5ISR crossroads, including supply chain security, smart perimeter and weapons system security, will result in new insights and unprecedented solutions involving nontraditional partners in industry, academia and government.
SIGNAL Webinar: Advances in Software Defined Radio and RF Channel Emulation for Defense Radio Systems
10/24/2019 - 10/24/2019
Advances inspired by 5G are making their way into the design and testing of military communications systems. From Massive MIMO and beamforming to mmWave and high-bandwidth channels, new RF technologies can be applied to secure communications, electronic countermeasures, mesh networks, ground-to-air and tactical endpoints. This webinar will share trends in the commercial wireless space and how SDR has been used to prototype, test and deploy critical capabilities; as well as recent developments in RF Channel Emulation for simulating RF fading, noise, reflections, doppler motion and hostile signals in the lab.