Hypersonic Weapons 2019
From developing to hypersonic cruise missiles and glide vehicles, the U.S. has vigorously pursued the growth of hypersonic weapons as part of its global strike program since the beginning of the 2000s. Funding for these programs has been somewhat restrained in the past but the FY2020 budget request for all hypersonic-related research is now at $2.6 billion, with the senate requesting $1B more pushing for hypersonic weapons and hypersonics defense technology from the R&D Stage to operation.
In light of these requests IDGA has developed its Hypersonic Weapons Summit which will discuss the gap between R&D and operations. Over these three days we will engage with high level leadership in both government and industry for discussions on the future plans of the hypersonic capabilities of the United States.
Topics Covered Include:
• Integration Challenges
• Thermal Management
• Global Hypersonic Strategy
• Creating Partnerships to Achieve Operational Hypersonic Flight
• Procurement Needs to Field Hypersonics in All Domains
Government and Active Military Attend for Free
Partnering Together to Deliver Hypersonic Weapons
Hear About the Navy's plans to field hypersonics across all domains
Gather Air Force R&D perspectives on the key challenges in hypersoninc munition delivery.
Network with subject matter experts across government, academia and industry.
See what gaps your organization can fill across a verity of programs.
Comprehend the operational possibilities that hypersonic weapons present.