MOSA Industry and Government
Summit & Expo, June 17-18, 2024, National Harbor, MD, Gaylor Convention Center
 
 

MOSA Industry &
Government Summit & Expo

Don't miss this year's MOSA Industry and Government Summit & Expo, featuring key Leadership Keynotes from the Department of Defense and Tri-Service. There will be Panel Discussions and presentations from experts in Open Architecture, Open Standards, and MOSA. With over 70 Exhibitor booths showcasing live demonstrations, attendees can engage directly with specialists and authorities. This two-day event offers a unique opportunity to connect with government offices and Industry decision-makers implementing MOSA initiatives. Gain insights into how the DoD is integrating MOSA into Major Defense Acquisition Programs. This targeted gathering provides numerous face-to-face opportunities to engage with U.S. Navy, Army, and Air Force leadership and Industry. Attendance is expected to reach 3,000 across three co-located events.

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MOSA, Modular Open System Approach, is an integrated technical and business strategy for managing and sustaining: a systems and fleets of of systems, that employs modular and open principles. Applying MOSA at the enterprise level fosters collaboration across PMs to drive towards enterprise-wide objectives and more easily removable, upgradeable, and interoperable components.

 

MOSA is a top priority that will impact readiness, affordability, and innovation.

MG Robert Barrie, Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology)

 

View remarks by Hon. Heidi Shyu at the 2023 MOSA Summit

 

Key Highlights:

  • Decision-makers, Policymakers, Influencers Advancing Rapid Innovation
  • Real-world Challenges Faced Integrating MOSA Strategy
  • Navy, Army, Air Force Joint Communications Demo – We Are There
  • MOSA in Gov't Acquisition - Latest Acquisition Business Practices
  • Integrating Systems Using Multiple Standards, Architecture Frameworks
  • Transitioning from All Purpose-built Systems to Modular Open Systems
  • Major System Component Level Specifications (AMCE, ASE, CDC, PVI, DVE, DB, EPS, IMPACT, LAD, Link 16, C5ISR, UVC)

* Major System Components: Aviation Mission Computing Environment (AMCE), Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE), Comms, Datalinks, and Controls (CDC), Common Pilot Vehicle Interface (PVI), Degraded Visual Environment (DVE), Digital Backbone (DB), Electrical Power Systems (EPS), Integrated Mission Planning Airspace Control Tools (IMPACT), Large Area Display (LAD), Link 16 & C5ISR, Navigation, Uncrewed Vehicle Control (UVC)

 

2024 Key Speakers

Dr. David Honey (Invited)

Dr. David Honey

Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, US Dept. of Defense

HON Dr. Douglas Schmidt

HON Dr. Douglas Schmidt

Director, DOT&E, DoD

RADM John Lemmon

RADM John Lemmon

Program Executive Officer, Tactical Aircraft Programs, US Navy

BG David C. Phillips

BG David C. Phillips

Program Executive Officer, Aviation, PEO Aviation, US Army

Mr. Richard Gray

Mr. Richard Gray

Director of the Intellectual Property (IP) Cadre, OUSD Acquisition and Sustainability

Lily Arcusa

Ms Lily Arcusa

Director of Engineering and Technical Management Chief Engineer, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, US Air Force

 
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