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Multi-Domain Battle Management Event Guide

Multi-Domain Battle Management Event Guide

This 3-day summit will focus on addressing the challenges faced by the DoD to augment its service wide MDO directive – namely, that communication systems and C2 capabilities for enhanced tactical and strategic level operations, for all military branches, will be joined, creating a single management system in combat.

Topics to be Discussed Include:

  • Mapping out the future of joint operations in order to achieve mission success
  • Identifying the latest technological advancements 
  • Analytics tools to modernizing networks
  • Enhancing command and control
  • Increasing the use of cyber defense, that will help to support and fill in current capability gaps
Register to Attend: Registration Form

Register to Attend: Registration Form

Want a fast and simple way of registering? Download this registration form, fill it out, and send it back to idga@idga.org Don't forget to add your Customer Code in the MAC field if you have one!

A letter to Convince your Boss

A letter to Convince your Boss

Present your approving manager with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend the Multi-Domain Battle Management Summit, and you'll be sure to receive permission to join us.

Multi-Domain Battle Management FY20 Budget Overview

Multi-Domain Battle Management FY20 Budget Overview

The FY 2020 budget is a major turning point toward a more lethal, agile, and prolific Joint Force, that aligns vision and modernization to strengthen dominance across all warfighting domains.

As a result the Department of Defense plans to invest $31 Billion in Multi-Domain technologies.  In this infographic, we outline the DoD’s

  • Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent, B-21 Bomber, Long- Range Stand Off Weapon, Columbia class submarine, missile warning, and NC3
  • Implementation of directed energy for base defense
  • Offensive and defensive cyberspace operations

To receive a copy of this infographic via email, please contact us at idga@idga.org with " Content Request - Changing the Character of War Infographic" in the subject line.


Multi-Domain Battle Management 2019 - Current Attendee Snapshot

Multi-Domain Battle Management 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.

Multi-Domain Battle: Evolution of Combined Arms for the 21st Century

Multi-Domain Battle: Evolution of Combined Arms for the 21st Century

This report, from the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, represents the starting point in developing the future force capable of executing Multi-Domain Battle in competition and armed conflict

Shaping the Multi-Domain Enterprise

Shaping the Multi-Domain Enterprise

Government and industry experts share their insights on the biggest challenges, inhibitors, and success stories defining U.S. defense intelligence spending and multi-domain operations

Multi-Domain Command & Control

Multi-Domain Command & Control

Brig Gen Chance “Salty” Saltzman of the U.S. Air Force presents on the urgency of adopting MDO, key execution challenges, and a vision for the future.

The U.S. Army and Multi-Domain Operations

The U.S. Army and Multi-Domain Operations

The Congressional Research Service breaks down the What? Why? and How? of Multi-Domain Operations, and considers potential MDO issues for Congress.

Combat Cloud: Enabling Fusion Warfare in the Multi-Domain Battlespace

Combat Cloud: Enabling Fusion Warfare in the Multi-Domain Battlespace

The combination of a desire for speeded up reaction times, extensive rise in available data, and heightened emphasis on interoperability creates new imperatives for more flattened distributed chains of command. Enter the Combat Cloud…