WEST 2020 Sponsorship and Branding Opportunities

AFCEA and the U.S. Naval Institute have developed an enhanced sponsorship program for WEST 2020 that will offer maximum visibility to those who participate! What better way to make sure you stand out and increase your exposure than at this foremost event in which industry leaders can learn about military requirements and connect with decision makers and operators, where senior military and government officials can gain feedback from sea service warfighters, and where industry thought leaders will discuss and demonstrate sea service solutions? Sponsorship opportunities are offered at a several investment levels, ensuring your ability to participate.

Browse available options below, or jump to specific categories: Patron Packages, Individual Sponsorships, Advertising Opportunities, Branding Opportunities.

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Booz Allen Hamilton - Booth 939, MR 3001

2020 Cybersecurity Threat Trends Outlook

The expectations for the year 2020 are massive, as major world events underscore mounting geopolitical tensions. The United States will elect a president, Tokyo will host the Olympics, and renewable energy is anticipated to outcompete fossil fuels. Likewise, this time of economic uncertainty and increased competition across industry is contributing to the rise of digital transformation. Unprecedented innovations have been promised to us. Commercial space programs will take us to Mars, we will control devices with microchips implanted in our brains, and cars will be fully autonomous. Whether the above will come to fruition, one thing is for certain: the transformational benefits of next-generation technology are here.

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CACI - Booth 1031

MBSE yields Business Value for PEO C4I PMW/A 170 “GPNTS”

Responsible for the timely realization of the GPS-assisted Position, Navigation, and Timing Joint Capability throughout the Fleet, PEO C4I PMW/A 170 sought ways and means to digitize its acquisition and planning information represented in numerous Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, PDF documents, Visio diagrams, and in partial model artifacts from Systems Architect, Sparx Enterprise Architect, and Cameo EA. The customer also sought ways and means to rapidly generate CDRLs such as Capability Production Documents and Requirements Traceability Matrices. The customer further sought advice on how to manage architecture content that reflects the deployment of their primary system.

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Bank of America - Sponsor

The Power to See the Road Ahead

For the army of contractors supplying goods and services to the federal government, the past decade has been full of advances and retreats. A spike in spending today is reminiscent of the surge in outlays to contractors after passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. But spending fell sharply in 2013 and remained depressed for the next few years. The current upswing has left many contractors scrambling to find enough workers to fulfill the contracts they’ve won.

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Deloitte - Sponsor

Using Technology to Confront and Defeat Great Power Competition

The next stage of digital’s evolution welcomes us with the promise of emotionally intelligent interfaces and hyper-intuitive cognitive capabilities that will transform missions in unpredictable ways. Among these technological advances is 5G, which could sustain more than a decade of competitive advantage to first-adopter countries. Even more so than previous generations of wireless technology, 5G has the power to reward first-mover nations with the macroeconomic benefits necessary to answer and surpass great power competition.

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