For 2021, the 64th Annual Fuze Conference has its sights set on the development, production, and performance of fuze advancements as they relate to defense and national security within the time of a global pandemic. While warfare is becoming increasingly complex, the continued and enhanced exploration of fuzing is critical. Through its facilitation of effective and productive collaboration between industry, government, and academia during classified and unclassified sessions, the Fuze Conference advances the field and art of fuzing for the benefit of our current and future warfighters.
NDIA welcomes the participation of both domestic and allied Fuze designers, manufacturers and component suppliers, and research organizations along with government representatives by submitting an abstract for this year’s conference! This year’s theme is Continued Fuze Advancements amid a Global Pandemic. This conference provides the opportunity to discuss and share ideas on advancements within the Fuze community as well as ways of continuing technological advancements during the pandemic. Please join us and share your successes and lessons learned. More information can be found on the abstract webpage.
*NOTE: Some concurrent sessions of this conference are restricted to DoD, U.S. DoD Contractors, and DOE Only who are citizens of the United States. Provisions of applicable DoD policies do not permit waiving the DoD and U.S. Citizenship requirements for attending these sessions.