HOW WE ASSESS

OUR ACTIVITIES

The C5ISR Center conducts and participates in lab and field-based experimentation events that help the Army’s network community to assess and perform risk reduction for emerging DoD and industry capabilities being considered for the future. 

Network Modernization Experiment
c5isr center EVENT

Network Modernization Experiment (NetModX) is a field-based experimentation event. Led by engineers, it serves as an opportunity to take technologies that are still maturing out of the lab as early as possible and into a fail-safe environment for assessment.   

Multi-Domain Operations Live
C5ISR Center EVENT Hosted in joint army environment
The C5ISR Center’s Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) Live experiment compliments and supports Joint Warfighter Assessments and Project Convergence, by focusing on the non-kinetic intelligence operations and collections that enable targeting to happen across all domains. 
Experimental Demo Gateway Event
Hosted by Army Futures command
Participants from across the U.S. Army come together to build on lessons learned from previous experimentations by assessing new tactics, technologies and interconnecting architectures. The exercise, sponsored by Army Futures Command’s Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Team, tested new tactics, technologies and interconnecting architectures for the Army and its international partners.
Project
Convergence
Hosted by Army Futures Command

Project Convergence is the Joint Force experimenting with speed, range, and decision dominance to achieve overmatch and inform the Joint Warfighting Concept and Joint All Domain Command and Control. During the event, the C5ISR Center teamed up with Army Soldiers to test prototypes and capabilities. 

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