DSI’s 6th Annual Joint Command and Control (C2) Summit, previously the Joint Networks Summit, is a “Town-Hall” style discussion that will bring together members of the DoD, Military Services, allied nations, industry, and academia to focus on evolving current command and control systems for multidomain operations.
Some topics will include:
- Priorities for evolving network transport, data management, and hosting and ensuring spectrum access so that data arrives in the right place, at the right time, and in the right format.
- Building standards-based security architectures on Zero-Trust principles.
- Deciding how and where to utilize artificial intelligence/machine-learning (AI/ML) capabilities – at what level do you integrate to aid decision making?
- Increasing integration and current priorities for the IC and NATO toward more robust and interoperable C2 capabilities.
- Organizing and designing a unified resilient network and advancing ABMS capabilities and current activities with improving C2 in distributed maritime operations that align with the people, process, and organizational frameworks of contested C2 in MDO.
- JADC2 evolving strategy, priorities, and timelines: developing a fundamental platform, identity control access management, zero-trust cybersecurity, and data transport capabilities.