Accession Number:

AD1048902

Title:

2018 Human Systems Conference. Human Systems in Emerging Domains: Autonomy, Human Augmentation and Cyber. Held in Springfield, Virginia on 13-14 March 2018

Descriptive Note:

Conference Proceedings

Corporate Author:

NATIONAL DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION ARLINGTON VA ARLINGTON United States

Report Date:

2018-03-14

Pagination or Media Count:

239.0

Abstract:

The 2018 Conference of the NDIA Human Systems Division HSD is designed to serve the Department of Defense and strengthen the defense industry. This is the mission of the NDIA and its members 1,600 corporations and 85,000individuals. The HSD conference supports the mission by bringing DoD S and T leadership, representatives of industry, and other guests into discussion over accomplishments of DoD human systems research and development, gaps in DoD human systems, and emerging research and technology that can bridge those gaps. This conference is a small and vital forum for all of us to learn, to envision new solutions, and to build the relationships and opportunities to collaborate. The NDIA Human Systems Division is chartered to support the DoD Human Systems Community of Interest HS COI. Our subcommittee structure represented by the list of technical sessions in this program is identical that of the HS COI, with the exception of one addition this Division has established a subcommittee on Human Systems Metrics to help assess and promote the value of human systems research and development, techniques, and technologies. The 2018 HSD Conference offers a dynamic exchange of technical information and dialogue among government, industry, and academic leaders from the Human Systems community who are interested in advancing the field through education, consultation, future research and collaboration opportunities. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter endorsed the value of this partnership, noting our strength DoD also comes from the longstanding link between the technology community and the government.

Subject Categories:

  • Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE