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U.S. Army’s Executive Office Program Briefing/Roundtable

When: June 2, 2023
Where: Pittsburgh Technology Council Offices

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Our Defense Robotics and Intelligence Systems Coalition would like to invite you to join Brigadier General Wayne Barker and Mr. Mark Kitz who leads the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors.

PEO IEW&S develops and integrates sensors and sensor data across multiple technologies ensuring warfighters have a complete understanding of the battlefield. This is achieved through their ability to assimilate sensor information into relevant, timely products that can be used for targeting, situational awareness, force protection, and Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition (RSTA).  You can learn more about IEW&S here and visit their individual program offices below.

This event will include a brief presentation by General Barker, followed by a round-table discussion with members of the Pittsburgh Technology Council.

IEW&S Program Management Offices:

  • Aircraft Survivability Equipment: Develop and field world-class aircraft survivability systems that maximize the survivability of Army aircraft against a continually evolving threat without degrading combat mission effectiveness.

  • DOD Biometrics: The project management office for Department of Defense Biometrics (DOD Biometrics) designs, engineers, acquires, deploys, and sustains enterprise biometric solutions in multiple operating environments enabling identity dominance on the battlefield and across the Department of Defense. These solutions, including biometric tactical collection devices and the authoritative biometric data repository, enable identity dominance for U.S. forces, interagency partners, and international allies on the battlefield and around the globe.

  • Intelligence Systems Analytics:  Project Manager for Intelligence Systems & Analytics (IS&A) is responsible for the Army’s next generation ground station, Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN), and the new Intelligence Applications program, along with the current Distributed Common Ground System – Army (DCGS-A) and Joint Tactical Terminal (JTT) programs.

  • Electronic Warfare and Cyber: Acquire and field integrated Intelligence, Electronic and Cyber Warfare capabilities to enable Spectrum and Cyberspace Superiority

  • Positioning Navigation Timing: Provide Warfighter-valued Assured PNT solutions Today that enable multi-domain Operations is rapidly evolving denied environments

  • Sensors and Aerial Intelligence:Develop, acquire, field, and supply life cycle support to tactically relevant Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (AISR) sensors that maintain battlespace awareness and superiority.

  • Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities: Enable the Army to rapidly influence and enable National capabilities and architectures. Conducts advanced development and rapid prototyping to enhance, exploit, and modernize Army capabilities and CONOPS to pace the threat.

Who: U.S. Army Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S)
What: Program Briefing/Round-Table Discussion
When:  June 2, 2023 | 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Pittsburgh Technology Council Offices | 100 S. Commons, Suite 172 | Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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