Army asks industry to support Warfighter requirements

Army asks industry to support Warfighter requirements

BALTIMORE — What Soldiers need to be successful on the battlefield and how the technology should be developed were questions the Army and industry met to talk about during Panel Session One at the Team C4ISR Symposium in Baltimore yesterday.

Technology is changing so fast, and the acquisition process traditionally has been so slow, the topic raises more challenges than solutions at present.

The Army C4ISR concept, or “Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance,” supports Soldiers fighting every day, upgrading and modernizing existing systems, incorporating new technologies, and ensuring the operational readiness of these systems that both protect our Warfighters and give them a technological advantage over the enemy.

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Army supports sciences, humanities symposium

Students discover technology opportunities
BALTIMORE — “All cool technologies are made by scientists and engineers,” said Gary Martin in his key note address at the 2010 Maryland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Morgan State University.

With the goal of informing and promoting the importance of science, technology, engineering and math to an audience of local middle and high school students, Martin, Research, Development and Engineering Command executive deputy to the commanding general, referred to technologies like X-Box and the iPhone to help bridge the gap between familiar uses of science and technology to the behind-the-scenes day-to-day work of STEM professionals.
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