SAE Media Group is proud to announce the 3rd Annual Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA Conference on July 10 - 11, 2023, in Arlington, VA.

With the continuing advances in robotic capabilities and the increasing threat of near-peer adversary technology the US DoD is continuing to invest heavily in land robotics of all sizes to increase Warfighter lethality and remove the soldier from dangerous situations.

This is the only US-based event specifically dedicated to military robotics in the land environment. It will bring together the leading US and international program managers, robotics experts and industry to discuss the rapidly expanding role of military robots within the modern battlespace. As new opportunities and challenges emerge in this rapidly changing area, the conference enables the military robotics community to work collaboratively to forge ahead and deliver the very best unmanned capabilities to soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines.

As well as bringing together the US ground robotics community, the conference will gather in some of the most dynamic and innovative international militaries to provide their unique perspectives; no other event in the USA offers the same number of opportunities to meet, discuss and network with opposite numbers from allied nations.

Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA 2023 is the only opportunity of its kind to meet world-leading experts in the field of autonomous and robotic systems and innovation. Attend the two-day conference and benefit from insights delivered by program managers, researchers, academics, technical industry experts and senior military figures from the USA and abroad.

  • Hear the latest updates on military robotic capabilities from US and International Senior Leadership and Program Managers
  • Engage and network with senior program leaders and solution providers developing and integrating cutting-edge autonomous systems
  • A varied and specific range of topics including a unique emphasis on land-based autonomous systems, AI, Human-Machine Teaming, RAS Testing & Experimentation, CBRN RAS, Military RAS Ethics and International Perspectives
  • Listen to comprehensive briefings delivered by US and international speakers, including the U.S. Army Futures Command, the Ground Vehicle System Center, the U.S. Army Evaluation Center, the Maneuver-Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, PEO Ground Combat Systems, DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory, and a range of frontline military organizations

75th Innovation Command, US Army; Anduril; Applied Intuition; Applied Intuition Inc; Army; ASA G9; ASA(ALT); Australian Army; BAE Systems; British Army; Cambridge Consultants; Carnegie Mellon University; CNH; Combat Capabilities Development Command, Ground Vehicle System Center; DE&S UK MoD; DE&S, UK MoD; Defence Science & Technology Agency; Defense Innovation Unit (DIU); DSTL, UK MoD; Fenix Insight; FNSS Defense Systems Inc.; Fortem Technologies; Hanwha Defense USA, Inc; HDT Expeditionary Systems Inc; Israeli Ministry of Defence; Leidos; MINDEF; Mistral Inc; Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division; Netherlands Ministry of Defence; Office of Naval Research; ONR; Persistent Systems; Presidency of Defence Industries; QinetiQ; QinetiQ North America; Royal Netherlands Army; Swiss Embassy Armasuisse; Thales UK; The United States Military Academy at West Point; Tomahawk Robotics; U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center; U.S. Army Futures Command ; U.S. Army Research Institute; U.S. Department of Defense; United States Air Force; United States Special Operations Command; US Army; US Army C5ISR DEVCOM Countermine AIP; US Army DEVCOM C5ISR; US Army DEVCOM C5ISR Center; US Army Futures Command; US Army Medical & Development Command;

Conference programme

8:00 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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9:00 Advancing Unrivalled Autonomous and Robotic Capabilities to Enhance the Efficacy of U.S. Operations

Dr Robert Sadowski

Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist, Ground Vehicle Systems Center, AFC Combat Capabilities Development Center
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• Developing advanced modular robotics solutions to enhance operational capability and interoperability
• Accelerating the delivery and sustainment of ground system capabilities to ensure overmatch for US warfighters
• Outlining priorities for overcoming the challenges of future ground autonomy

9:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

10:00 Planning for Technical Insertions Upfront in Design: OMFV’s requirements for additive autonomy-based capabilities

Colonel Jeffery Jurand

Colonel Jeffery Jurand, PM Manuever Combat Systems, PEO Ground Combat Systems
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• Overview of Program post contract award(s)
• Technical details on how to bring develop additive capabilities in parallel with vehicle design
• Capability Gap areas & future contracting opportunities and timelines

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Lessons Learnt from UAS and Integration with Land Platforms: Latest Updates from PEO Aviation

Colonel Danielle Medaglia

Colonel Danielle Medaglia, Project Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, PEO Aviation
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• Developing and integrating interoperable UAS systems to support army modernization
• Using AI to equip UAS with effective autonomous controller capabilities
• Challenges faced in current projects and priorities for future autonomous systems

11:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor - Milrem Robotics

12:00 Advancing Autonomous Capabilities for Physical Interaction Using Appendages

Dr Chad Kessens

Dr Chad Kessens, Senior Robotic Research Scientist, US DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory
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• Reshaping the battlespace by grasping and manipulating the environment
• Improving autonomous ground mobility across a multitude of terrains using legs
• Using AI to increase operational tempo and risk tolerance of autonomous systems

12:30 Lunch & Networking

13:30 Session Reserved for Ghost Robotics

Mr Gavin Kenneally

Mr Gavin Kenneally, Co-Founder & CEO, Ghost Robotics
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14:00 Developing Novel AI & Machine Learning Technology to Support Warfighting Advantage

Dr John Fossececa

Dr John Fossececa, Program Manager for Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning for Maneuver & Mobility, DEVCOM / US Army Research Lab
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• ARL’s Essential Research Program: key insights into current efforts and future priorities
• Integrating robust and scalable systems capable of learning and acting with varied levels of autonomy
• Improving autonomy and reconnaissance through context-aware processing and increased interaction with soldiers

14:30 Safety Approach for Army Ground Robotics

Mr Frank Marotta

Mr Frank Marotta, Senior Mathematician, US Army Aberdeen Test Center

• ATEC’s approach to software safety testing and analysis of autonomous systems
• Obtaining safety information, software information, and test data from industry to develop ATEC safety documentation
• How ATEC supports Software Test & Evaluation & Analysis in a DEVSECOPS environment

15:00 Afternoon Tea

15:30 Key Insights into the Royal Netherlands Army's RAS Programme

Lieutenant Colonel Sjoerd Mevissen

Lieutenant Colonel Sjoerd Mevissen, Commander of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Unit, Royal Netherlands Army
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• Lessons from the Dutch Operational Experiment in Lithuania
• An overview of the expectations, realities and requirements for the deployment of weaponised unmanned machines within an operational experiment
• Integrating robust robotics and autonomous systems into modern warfare

16:00 Developing Advanced Autonomous Systems to Enhance Operational Advantage for the Australian Army

Lieutenant Colonel Rachael Ayoub

Lieutenant Colonel Rachael Ayoub, Centre of Land Autonomy Lead, RICO, Australian Army
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• Overview of the Robotic & Autonomous Systems Implementation and Coordination Office (RICO): examining emerging technologies for the Army
• Trialling and experimenting uncrewed ground vehicles, quadruped robots and advanced leader-follower technology
• Partnering with industry and key stakeholders to maximise human and robotic systems coordination

16:30 Integrating Robotics and Autonomous Systems into Future British Army Operations

Mr Ben McAndrew

Mr Ben McAndrew, Human Machine Teaming HMT Programme Lead, Research and Experimentation, British Army
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• Generating greater robotic capacity to enhance British warfighting capabilities
• Using autonomous systems to enable soldiers to operate more efficiently in the battlefield

17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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8:00 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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9:00 Adopting an Integrated Approach to Drive Advancements in US Army Robotics

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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• Latest updates from the Army Robotics, AI, and small UAS Force Development: strategies to improve the combat effectiveness of future forces
• Coordinating the U.S. Army Robotics and Autonomous Systems Strategy to unify efforts from the Science & Technology, Requirements, Resourcing, and Acquisition Communities with our Joint Service partners
• Integrating joint U.S. services and allied nations’ operational concepts for wartime support systems

9:30 Shaping the Strategic Direction for Integrated AI and Autonomy to Support Operational Capabilities

Dr Kimberly Sablon

Dr Kimberly Sablon, Principal Director for Trusted AI and Autonomy, Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E))
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• Overseeing AI/ML and autonomy research activities across the DOD
• Responsible decision making: placing trust at the center of AI integration
• Developing a cloud-based common infrastructure of artificial intelligence hubs to enable increased data-sharing and collaboration

10:00 Developing Advanced RAS Technologies to Strengthen Combat Lethality and Resilience

Mr Michael T. McCarthy

Mr Michael T. McCarthy, Deputy Director/ Chief of Staff, Close Combat Lethality Task Force (CCLTF)
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• Identifying, prioritising and accelerating innovative autonomous systems to enhance close-combat lethality
• Establishing a joint artificial intelligence community of interest to identify capability gaps, review existing AI initiatives and synchronize AI focus areas to improve lethality across DOD
• Integrating next-generation technologies to maintain adversary advantage

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Session Reserved for Sponsor

11:30 Developing Advanced Robotic Capabilities to Modernize and Transform Military Engineering

Mr Jim P. Allen

Mr Jim P. Allen, Technical Director, Operational Science and Engineering, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Lab (ERDC-CERL)
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• Key insights into Robotics for Engineer Operations (REO)
• Applications for Automated Construction of Expeditionary Structures (ACES)
• Developing technologies that provide high-quality facilities, sustainable, and realistic training lands to the Department of Defense (DoD)

12:00 Lessons Learned in Leading Robotics Portfolios

Lieutenant Colonel William Taylor

Lieutenant Colonel William Taylor, Executive Officer to DASA PPR, SAAL-ZR, ASA(ALT)
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• The good and the bad of MRAS acquisition
• Understanding user needs (a good start point)
• Maintaining quality acquisition to provide Warfighters with a decisive advantage

12:30 The Use of Semi-Autonomous and Robotic Capabilities for Chemical and Biological Reconnaissance Roles

Mr Mike Mays

Mr Mike Mays, Robotics Integration Team Lead, US Army DEVCOM C5ISR Center
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• An overview of the RAS capabilities being developed by the Chemical Biological Center
• Utilising robotics for CBRN detection, decontamination and protection roles
• Working with other US government and private industry partners to develop new RAS capabilities for CBRN roles

13:00 Lunch & Networking

14:00 Updates from the UK Future Capability Group: Outlining Priorities for the Progress and Success of RAS Programmes

Mr Andy McIntyre

Mr Andy McIntyre, Future Capability Group Army/Navy Team Leader, UK Ministry of Defence

• Key insights into the FCG’s current RAS programmes
• Developing innovative robotic equipment to enable operational advantage for the UK military
• Working in collaboration with the Royal Navy and industry partners to expedite procurement processes and deliver cutting-edge technology at pace

14:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

15:00 Legal Frameworks for Using Autonomous Systems: Challenges to International Law

Ms Verena Jackson

Ms Verena Jackson, Legal Advisor, Researcher & Lecturer, Center for Intelligence & Security Studies (CISS), University of the Armed Forces of Germany
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• Principles of the Law of Armed Conflict: outlining international legal regulations for the use of autonomous systems in military operations
• Identifying limits of autonomous systems and the required degree of human-machine interaction
• Future steps for ensuring MRAS are compliant with international and humanitarian law

15:30 Afternoon Tea

16:00 Panel Discussion: Cooperating to Enhance Military Robotic Capabilities

• Overview of national capabilities
• Working together to improve interoperability
• Future MRAS challenges and priorities

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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Lieutenant Colonel Sjoerd Mevissen

Lieutenant Colonel Sjoerd Mevissen, Commander of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Unit, Royal Netherlands Army
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Mr Andy McIntyre

Mr Andy McIntyre, Future Capability Group Army/Navy Team Leader, UK Ministry of Defence

16:30 Ensuring the Performance of Robotic and Autonomous Systems Through Rigorous Experimentation

Mr Marshal Childers

Mr Marshal Childers, Mechanical Engineer, Military Information Experimentation Branch, DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory
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• An overview of DEVCOM ARL robotics experimentation
• Challenges associated with experimental design for complex autonomous systems and the Army’s future operating environment
• Adapting experimental methods at the research stage to accelerate technology transition

17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Robotics Branch Chief , US Army
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Project Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
PEO Aviation
PM Manuever Combat Systems
PEO Ground Combat Systems
Senior Robotic Research Scientist
US DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory
Program Manager for Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning for Maneuver & Mobility
DEVCOM / US Army Research Lab
Principal Director for Trusted AI and Autonomy
Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E))
Army Chief Roboticist
Ground Vehicle Systems Center, AFC Combat Capabilities Development Center
Centre of Land Autonomy Lead, RICO
Australian Army
Commander of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Unit
Royal Netherlands Army
Executive Officer to DASA PPR, SAAL-ZR
Future Capability Group Army/Navy Team Leader
UK Ministry of Defence
Human Machine Teaming HMT Programme Lead, Research and Experimentation
British Army
Senior Mathematician
US Army Aberdeen Test Center
Co-Founder & CEO
Ghost Robotics
Technical Director, Operational Science and Engineering
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Lab (ERDC-CERL)
Mechanical Engineer, Military Information Experimentation Branch
DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory
Deputy Director/ Chief of Staff
Close Combat Lethality Task Force (CCLTF)
Robotics Integration Team Lead
Robotics Branch Chief
US Army
Legal Advisor, Researcher & Lecturer, Center for Intelligence & Security Studies (CISS)
University of the Armed Forces of Germany

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Ghost Robotics

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Founded in 2015, Philadelphia-based Ghost Robotics develops Quadrupedal Unmanned Ground Vehicles, or Q-UGV® for short. Ghost’s Q-UGVs not only manage unstructured terrain well but are built for demanding customers in demanding environments. Their robots have a place in a broad range of government and enterprise applications where mobile robots with four legs have inherent advantages over wheels, tracks and even bipedal systems. To learn more about Ghost Robotics, visit www.ghostrobotics.io

Milrem Robotics

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Milrem Robotics is the leading European robotics and autonomous systems developer and systems integrator. The company is known for their THeMIS and Multiscope UGVs, the Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicle and MIFIK the autonomy kit. The Type-X RCV is intended to support mechanized units, raising troop survivability and lowering lethality risks by increasing standoff distance from enemy units.

Milrem Robotics is the leader of the iMUGS consortium that was awarded 30.6 MEUR from the European Commission’s European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) to develop a European standardized unmanned ground system (UGS).

Milrem Robotics’ products and services have been sold to 16 countries, including 8 NATO members. The company’s offices are in Estonia, Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands and the US.

Silvus Technologies

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Silvus Technologies develops advanced MIMO technologies that are reshaping broadband wireless connectivity for mission critical applications. Backed by an unmatched team of PhD scientists and design engineers, its technologies provide enhanced wireless data throughput, interference mitigation, improved range, mobility, and robustness to address the growing needs of its government and commercial customers. Silvus has demonstrated an aggressive product development cycle, with a focus on continually improving the size, weight, power, and cost–while simultaneously introducing next-generation features and capabilities. Silvus’ StreamCaster family of MIMO enabled mesh radio products are designed to address the growing demand for distributing video, voice and high-speed data in harsh tactical environments. StreamCaster radios, featuring MN-MIMO, join together to form a robust, self-healing, self-forming fluid mesh network to provide high-speed, reliable wireless video and data connectivity. Today, Silvus continues to innovate, with an ever-growing line up of R&D contracts, COTS products, and happy customers. The experience gained through our early research efforts made possible the StreamCaster radios, and new concepts currently incubating in our R&D labs will pave the way for tomorrow’s product breakthroughs

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