Combined Joint All Domain Command and Control (CJADC2)
CJADC2 is a military concept aimed at enhancing communication and coordination across all domains of warfare. It integrates various sensor systems, data networks, and decision-making processes to enable real-time information sharing and rapid decision-making. CJADC2 enables joint forces to operate seamlessly in land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace domains, maximizing situational awareness and operational effectiveness on the modern battlefield.
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Deputy CDAO for Business Analytics, OSD Chief Digital and AI Office
Visionary Panel: JADC2 – Accelerating Modernization and Enhancing Joint Operations
JADC2 is a critical component of the Department of Defense’s efforts to modernize and enhance joint operations. This panel session will feature DoD experts who will share insights on topics such as system integration, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity. The future of JADC2 relies on a strong connection and collaboration and this discussion is only the beginning.
CPT Michael Sass
Mission Manager, DoD-IC Integration, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office, U.S. Department of Defense
Dr. Stuart Wagner
Chief Digital Transformation Officer, U.S. Department of the Air Force
JADC2 Implementation Team, OSD, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office, U.S. Department of Defense (Pending Agency Approval)
Visionary Panel: Safeguarding National Interests: Innovations in Threat Detection for a Digital Era
As national security threats continue to evolve and become increasingly complex, it is crucial for the US military to enhance its capabilities in detecting and mitigating these threats effectively. This discussion panel explores the advancements in technology, methodologies, and intelligence gathering that enable the military to identify and respond to emerging threats more efficiently, with a particular focus on the cyberspace domain. With the rapid evolution of technology and increasing reliance on digital infrastructure, cyberspace has become a critical domain for military operations.
The panel delves into the various initiatives undertaken by the US military to enhance its capabilities in cyberspace, including the implementation of sophisticated surveillance systems, artificial intelligence, and data analytics to improve threat detection capabilities. Additionally, the military has developed advanced cyber warfare strategies and invested in recruiting highly skilled personnel to strengthen its defensive posture and maintain its superiority in the modern battlefield.
By staying at the forefront of threat detection advancements in both physical and digital domains, the US military aims to protect its assets, safeguard national security interests, and ensure the effectiveness of its operations against emerging and evolving threats in the digital age.
LCDR Timothy Beach
Command Data Officer, Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems, U.S. Navy
Director, Defense Personnel and Security Research Center, Office of People Analytics, U.S. Department of Defense