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Post Show Report: Looking Back at Future Ground Combat Vehicles 2018

Post Show Report: Looking Back at Future Ground Combat Vehicles 2018

Want to learn more about what happened in 2018? Check out our Post Show Report that highlights: attendee statistics, top speaking sessions, what to expect in 2019, and more!

[Past Presentation] Groundbreaking Innovation for Solving GCVs’ Greatest S&T Challenges

[Past Presentation] Groundbreaking Innovation for Solving GCVs’ Greatest S&T Challenges

Mr. David B. Dunn Division Head, Power and Energy Division University of Dayton Research Institute spoke at the Future Ground Combat Vehicles Spring Summit on “Groundbreaking Innovation for Solving GCVs’ Greatest S&T Challenges”. Check out his presentation!

The U.S. Army's Modernization Priorities - Latest Developments

The U.S. Army's Modernization Priorities - Latest Developments

Download the report for insights on:


·     How artificial intelligence will increase the Army’s lethality and response time

·     The $200 million contract award for Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. and Leonardo DRS Inc. to provide Trophy active protection systems for Abrams tanks in both the Army and the Marine Corps

·     The research by military and academic partners to teach autonomous robots to navigate in unfamiliar terrain by demonstration

·     The $2.65 billion upgrade of M-1 Abrams tanks

·     The $1.96 billion procurement of 5,113 JLTV

·     The $828.4 million Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicles program 

·     The $265.7 million program for the procurement of 30 Amphibious Combat Vehicles 

2019 Presentation Packet

2019 Presentation Packet

Includes 6 presentations from our April 2019 event:


Future Battlefield: The United States Army in 2030 and Beyond

  • Col. (R) Sam White, Deputy Director, Center For Strategic Leadership, U.S. Army War College
  • Colonel (R) Frederick Gellert, Professor of Resource Management, U.S. Army War College


DCMA Future Ground Combat Vehicle Brief “Enabling The Warfighter”

  • Colonel Lance Green, NCR Director DCMA, Department of Defense


Test and Evaluation Perspectives from the Office of the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation

  • Juliana Ivancik, Ground Combat Systems Action Officer, OSD DOT&E


Electromechanical Actuation—Using Rotary Actuation in Place of Linear Actuation

  • Tim McGee, Business Development Manager, Curtiss-Wright
  • Scott Roemig, Engineering Manager, Curtiss-Wright


Next Generation Power Solutions for GCVs: Lessons Learned from Electrification and Hydrogen Fuel Systems

  • Dean McGrew, Team Leader Powertrain Electrification Team, Ground Vehicle Systems Center, US Army
  • Kari Drotleff, Program Manager, Fuel Cell Technology


Overview of Requirements Analysis Tools for Developing Radio Networks

  • Paul Richardson, Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • University of Michigan