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Combined JADC2 — Incorporating our Guardian Force

What you’ll find out

  • How can we improve national security through technological integration?
  • What programs are currently available to vendors looking to pitch to government customers?
  • What is the mission behind Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2), the Department of Defense’s concept to connect sensors across all military services (Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Space Force) into a single network?

Key takeaways

  • “As we look at JADC2 and network architecture in the future, it’s prime for small, innovative companies to bring unique capabilities in and network those into the larger architecture. I think that’s how we’re going to continue to innovate and stay ahead of the adversaries going forward.” — Col. Tim Sejba, United States Air Force
  • “You’ve got several hundred of the key people, where you don’t have to spend money traveling all over the country, knocking on a lot of doors with a lot of false starts. They’re all right there, with a management company that supports those efforts.” — David Shaw, Astrapi
  • “When we have all these sensors and capabilities networked together, it’s going to be underpinned by those types of technologies so that we can take the data. We can make it accessible to decision-makers and really turn that data into decision quality information so that we’re able to turn at speeds and operate at a time and tempo that outpaces our adversaries.”– Col. Tim Sejba, United States Air Force
  • “Many cases we’re carrying those vendors through significant design reviews, and some cases all the way through a full-up prototype, so that we can really see which is the best solution. In some cases, we may need multiple solutions, multiple providers to be able to provide the capacity of some of these needs going forward for our future architecture, certainly in order to service a lot of different customers across the Department of Defense.” — Col. Tim Sejba, United States Air Force

Who you’ll hear from

David Shaw, Co-founder and COO at Astrapi Corporation, Col Tim Sejba, Program Executive Officer of Space Development at the United States Air Force, and David Hamilton, Founder and CEO at America’s Future Series, discuss JADC2 at Fed Supernova.

About Fed Supernova

Fed Supernova, presented by Microsoft, is a virtual conference highlighting federal innovation in Texas. This first-of-its-kind interactive experience will draw national attention and connect leading entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders, corporations, and decision-makers from around the world.

About Capital Factory

Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas, the number one state for startups in the U.S. Thousands of entrepreneurs, programmers, and designers gather day and night, in-person and online for meetups, classes, and coworking. With boots on the ground in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, we meet the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduce them to investors, employees, mentors, and customers. According to Pitchbook, Capital Factory has been the most active, early-stage investor in Texas since 2010.



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The center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas. We meet the best startups in Texas and introduce them to potential investors, employees and customers.