Defense Technology Bootcamp
Let’s be clear: Defense technology is important because our defense science and technology investment enables us to counter military threats and to overcome any advantages that adversaries may seek.
So it’s not surprising that the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is constantly turning to its scientists and engineers for better and more evolved defense technology.
Take artificial intelligence. Like the effect of artificial intelligence in business, AI shapes the future of “military business.” Unquestionably, artificial intelligence is playing a significant role in military warfare. Because of that, several AI applications are already being developed by the U.S. and other countries for various military uses.
Without question, defense technology is shaping how wars are fought.
The DoD understands this and has initiated programs to better understand and develop new areas of defense technology in order to stay one step ahead of U.S. adversaries.
One very important new realm of defense technology being called “a game changer” involves hypersonic technology.
Hypersonic weapons fly at speeds of at least Mach 5 and are highly maneuverable and able to change course during flight. They are different from ballistic missiles, which can also travel at hypersonic speeds (of at least Mach 5) but have set trajectories and limited maneuverability.
There are two main categories of hypersonic weapons: hypersonic glide vehicles and hypersonic cruise missiles.
Military experts contend that the ability to launch highly maneuverable weapons at hypersonic speeds gives any country a considerable advantage, because such weapons can evade just about any defense system currently in use.
Additionally, the DoD would like a hybrid, more proliferated space architecture to enable resilient cross-domain operations, communications, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and position navigation and timing.
Another defense technology of interest is directed energy since experts believe it has finally matured to the point that it can be fielded.
Directed Energy (DE) harnesses the power of the electromagnetic spectrum to enable Airmen to effectively and affordably strike critical targets at the speed of light.
Defense Technology Bootcamp by Tonex
Defense Technology Boot Camp is a comprehensive 1-week training designed to build your skills around current and future defense and DoD technologies. You’ll learn about the current technologies, the modernization and the future of DoD systems, applications and infrastructure.
For 30 years, Tonex has helped advanced the government and defense technology industry with our well-known and respected training programs, seminars, boot camps and expert instructors. Programs are personally developed by Tonex faculty with expertise in a wide range of topics. Students learn in an interactive, small cohort format to gain skills they can immediately apply in their organizations.
What you will learn at Tonex Defense Technology Boot Camp
Defense Technology Boot Camp covers DoD and military critical subject areas such as cybersecurity, systems engineering, C4ISR, radar, SIGINT, EW (Electronic Warfare), AI and machine learning, sensor fusion, problem solving and process improvements, SATCOM, RF, antennas, and more.
- Airborne Electro Optical Sensor Systems
- Antenna Engineering
- C4ISR Systems, Requirements and Architectures
- Capabilities-Based Requirements & Architectural Frameworks
- Concept of Operations (ConOps)
- Critical Thinking
- Data Science & Analytics
- Decision Analysis
- Design Thinking
- Digital Leadership and Transformation
- Digital Engineering
- DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and UAF
- DoD Enterprise Architectures
- Electromagnetic Warfare (EW) Technology
- Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) Systems
- Engineering Leadership
- Hypersonic Weapon Systems
- Infrared & Electro-Optical Technology
- Infrared Countermeasures and Counter-Countermeasures
- Integrated Logistics Support
- Intelligence Processing & Analysis
- Joint Capabilities Integration & Development System (JCIDS)
- MBSE and SysML
- Machine Learning
- Military Data Links
- Military SATCOM Systems
- Military Sensor Networks
- Modeling & Simulation
- Modeling and Simulation (M&S)
- Multi and Hyperspectral Imaging
- Multi- Sensor Fusion
- Multi-Intelligence Fusion
- Network-Centric Warfare
- Phased Array Antenna Engineering
- Problem Solving
- Project Cost, Schedule, and Risk Analysis
- Project Leadership
- Project Management
- Proposal Writing (hands-on)
- Radar Signal Processing & Techniques
- Radar Systems
- Reliability Engineering
- Requirements Writing (hands-on)
- RF Engineering
- SATCOM and Space
- Smart Antenna Systems
- Surface Warfare
- System of Systems (SoS)
- Systems Engineering and Design
- Systems Thinking
- Tactical Battlefield Communications
- Tactical Data Links: TTNT, Link 16, Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) and JREAP
- Tactical Data Links: CDL, VMF, SADL and MADL
- Technology Leadership
- Test & Evaluation
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Defense Technology Bootcamp
Who Should Attend
- Aerospace & Defense Engineer
- Systems engineer, analyst
- Cybersecurity professionals
- Military Professionals, Military Logistics
- DoD (Dept. of defense) Professionals
- Law and Legislation, Govt, Regional Security Team