The Autonomous Resupply Problem & Intro to the Army Applications Laboratory
Join us to learn about the Army Applications Laboratory and one of the Army’s most pressing challenges— Field Artillery Autonomous Resupply
About this Event
On July 25, the Army Applications Laboratory (AAL) will introduce its mission, efforts, and details on a current Army problem set — Field Artillery Autonomous Resupply. Technological innovators, entrepreneurs, academics, and companies are invited to learn about what AAL is doing, how we are reaching out to the startup community, and why we are working to bring innovation into the Army procurement chain. Army Soldiers and leaders will present their most pressing problems and ignite the call for innovative solutions. And interactive exhibits and breakout sessions will provide attendees with more detail on other Army problem sets and technologies.
This event is free and open to the public.
About the Army Applications Laboratory
The Army Applications Laboratory (AAL) was established in 2018, along with the stand-up of the Army Futures Command (AFC), to act as a concierge service across the Army’s Future Force Modernization Enterprise (FFME) and the broader commercial marketplace of ideas. AAL’s mission is to align innovative solutions and technologies with Army problems, resources, and programs to rapidly discover, validate, and transition technology applications in support of Army modernization. In other words, AAL exists to connect ideas from a broad range of solvers — startups, entrepreneurs, tech companies, VCs, universities, research labs, and more — with the right people and organizations within the Army to close capability gaps and field novel solutions.
AAL is the Army’s proponent for disruptive innovation.
Why should I register?
Taking a few minutes to register allows us to prepare the space and ensure there are enough refreshments and materials for everybody. Thanks in advance!
Where is the event being held?
The event will be at AAL headquarters located in the Capital Factory – 701 Brazos Street, Austin, TX
How can I learn more about AAL or the Field Artillery Autonomous Resupply problem?
Visit aal.army to learn more.