October 28 - 30, 2019
Washington, D.C.

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Hypersonic Weapons Summit Agenda

A new arms race is upon us. The major global super powers of the United States, Russia, and China are now engaged in a race to build and test hypersonic weapons, with the ultimate goal of deployment capabilities.  And with this rise of hypersonic weapons, with just minutes between launch and impa ...

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Hypersonic Weapons Registration Form

Registration for the Hypersonic Weapons Summit is easier than ever. Just download this registration form and send it to idga@idga.org with the subject line Hypersonic Registration.

Hypersonic Weapons Summit 2019 - Current Attendee Snapshot

Take a peek at who you can expect to network with on-site based on our 2019 Attendee Snapshot. Contact us today and find out more on how to join this list! Alternatively, feel free to send your request to Katrina.Savarino@iqpc.com to receive your copy via email.

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Why Academic & DoD Partnerships are Essential to Winning the Hypersonic Arms Race

Ahead of the 2019 Hypersonics event, we sat down with speaker Dr. Phillip Ligrani, Eminent Scholar, Propulsion University of Alabama-Huntsville to discuss the role of academic research in the development of hypersonic capabilities. 

Hypersonic Weapons 2019-2027 Market Report

In advance of our Hypersonic Weapons Summit, we have worked closely alongside our Partners Market Forecast (ASD Media BV) in our mission to inform you of the latest innovations and key components of developing hypersonic missiles.  Download this report today to find out more:Type Guidance System & TechnologyGlobal Supersonic &...

Great Power Rivalry and Hypersonic Weapons

The lead-up to 2020 will be defined by a deteriorating geopolitical environment and marked by a resurgency of Great Power rivalry between the United States, Russia, and China. The U.S. will continue efforts to field a hypersonic missile capability in the early 2020s.

Long-Range Threats Facing the United States As Identified By Federal Agencies

DOD, State, DHS, and ODNI independently identified various threats to the United States or its national security interests. In analyzing more than 210 individual threats identified by organizations across DOD, State, DHS, and ODNI, as well as its review of national security strategies and related documents, and interviews with key...

Conventional Prompt Global Strike and Long-Range Ballistic Missiles: Background and Issues

Conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) weapons would allow the United States to strike targets anywhere on Earth in as little as an hour. This capability may bolster U.S. efforts to deter and defeat adversaries by allowing the United States to attack high-value targets or “fleeting targets” at the start of...