Defense Engineering Training Bootcamp
Defense engineering focuses on the development and production of technology that is used to ensure national security and maintain the stability of governments and nations throughout the world.
Defense engineering is responsible for protecting the troops either by using fortifications or by designing new technology and weaponry. Defense engineers construct and repair bases, airfields, roads, bridges, and hospitals as well as clearing routes, harbors, and ports.
In the past, defense engineering has gone through dramatic periods of progress and production during particularly confrontational times such as World War Two for example. This trend still applies today and talented defense engineers are very much still in demand.
To achieve its National Defense Strategy goals, defense officials have repeatedly said the Defense Department must increase the pace by which critical technologies are integrated into the force.
The deputy director for engineering in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering is working with stakeholders from the Joint Staff and military services to implement mission engineering methodologies to facilitate technology integration aligned with future joint force needs.
The U.S. Army, for example, has made modernizing its capabilities a top priority, establishing eight cross functional teams, six new modernization priorities, and a new 4-star command —Army Futures Command.
Under this new command, the organization charged with delivering technology solutions is the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, also known as DEVCOM. More than 14,000 soldiers, civilians and contractor fall under this command.
The landscape for technological development is rapidly changing. From the 1940s to the 1980s, the DOD itself was the driver of innovation, but now private industry has assumed much of that role. Collaboration between industry and the military has never been more crucial, and DEVCOM is on the front line of that effort.
Defense Engineering Training Bootcamp Course by Tonex
Defense Engineering Training Bootcamp is intended to provide practicing defense engineers, product managers and other personnel, with leading edge specialized knowledge in defense technologies, systems and standards for advancement in career and productivity.
Defense Engineering Training Bootcamp program also incorporates courses that cover key areas including defense technologies, Cybersecurity, Space Warfare, Systems Engineering, Acquisition, MBSE and SysML, System Architecture, Agile, DevOps, AI/ML, Sensor Fusion, Infrared and Electro-optical, Modeling and Simulation (M&S), Test and Evaluation (T&E), Root cause Analysis, Aerospace and Avionics, SIGINT, Electronic Warfare (EW), Radar, Wireless Communications, RF and Microwave Engineering, Antennas, Satellite Communications, 5G/IoT (Internet of Things) and emerging defense engineering principles.
Program Content and Topics (Selective and customizable)
- Advanced Electronic Warfare Simulation and Modeling
- Aerospace EMC/EMI for Engineers and Engineering Managers
- Aerospace Systems Engineering
- Airborne EW System Fundamentals
- Antenna Engineering
- C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance)
- Certified Space Security Specialist Professional (CSSSP)
- Cyber Warfare/Electronic Warfare Bootcamp
- Cyber Warfare/Electronic Warfare Modeling and Simulation
- Cybersecurity for Engineers and Engineering Managers
- Cybersecurity Test and Evaluation
- Directed Infrared Countermeasures
- DoDAF and UAF
- Electronic Warfare (EW)
- Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR)
- Fundamentals of Airborne AESA Radar
- Fundamentals of Phased Array Radar
- Modeling & Simulation (M&E)
- Phased Array Radar Systems
- Principles of Modern Radar Systems
- Radar Performance Optimizations for Gulf Countries
- Radar Signal Processing
- Radar Software Engineering and Development
- Radar Systems Engineering
- RF Electronic Warfare Principles
- Sensor & Data Fusion
- Signaling Intelligence (SIGINT)
- Software-Defined Radio Development with GNU Radio
- Space-Based Radar Engineering and Testing
- Synthetic Aperture Radar Signal Processing
- Systems Engineering, MBSE and SysML
- Tactical Data Links (TDLs)
- Tactical Electronic Warfare (EW)
- Tactical EW
- Tactical ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance)
- Tactical SIGINT
- Test & Evaluation (T&E)
- Test and Evaluation of RF Systems
- Threat Radar Systems
- Threats Modeling and Simulation using SysML
Defense Engineering Training Bootcamp