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Suggested Citation:"Appendix: Meetings and Activities." National Research Council. 1995. Commercial Multimedia Technologies for Twenty-First Century Army Battlefields: A Technology Management Strategy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5036.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix: Meetings and Activities." National Research Council. 1995. Commercial Multimedia Technologies for Twenty-First Century Army Battlefields: A Technology Management Strategy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5036.
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Appendix Meetings and Activities FULL COMMITTEE MEETINGS 1. September 2~30, 1994 Fort Gordon, Augusta, Georgia Objective: Gain understanding of Army command, control, communications, and intelligence require- ments. Presentations: (a) "Louisiana Maneuvers," Brig. Gen. David Ohle, Louisiana Manuevers Task Force. (b) "Digitization," Col. Christopher Fornecker, Army Digitization Office. (c) "Dismounted Battle Space Battle Lab," Mr. Grady Scott, Dismounted Battle Space Battle Lab. (d) "Combat Development," Col. Robert Forrester, U. S. Amy Signal Center. (e) "Where the Rubber Meets the Road," Lt. Col. lohn Collier, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth. (f) "Army C3I Requirements," Col. Patrick Lamar, (d) U.S. Anny Combined Anns Center and Fort Leavenworth. (g) "U.S. Army Information Systems for Command, Control, Communications, and Computers," Lt. Col. William Burse, Enterprise Task Force, Di- rectrate of Information Systems for Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, De- partrnent of the Army. (h) "Views of Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans," Col. Ancil Hicks, Office of the Dep- uty Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, Department of the Anny. (i) "Army Science Board Views," Dr. William Neal, The MITRE Corporation. (j) "Battle Command Battle Lab," Mr. Tom Mims, Battle Command Battle Lab. (k) "Real-Life Problems," Col. Patrick Lamar, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leaven- worth. (1) "Charge to the Panels," Dr. Stewart Personick (Chairman), Committee on Future Technologies for Anny Multimedia Communications. 2. October 2~26, 1994 Washington, D.C. Objective: Broad exposure to commercial multime- dia technologies and reinventions and discussion of their applications to Army needs. Presentations: (a) "Broadband Wireless Communications for Bat- tlefield Applications," Dr. Bruce Fette, Motorola. (b) "Data Mining," Mr. Robert Steele, Open Source Solutions, Inc. (c) "Reinvention in Industry/Institutions," Dr. Dan Schutzer, Citibank. "Compression of Video and Images," Mr. Charles Crawford, Compression Labs, Inc. (e) "Speech Technology," Mr. Richard Schwartz, Bolt Berenak & Newman. (f) "Intelligent Transportation Systems," Dr. Arthur Salwin, The MITRE Corporation. (g) "Presentation and Discussion on Evolution of TCP/IP Protocol to Support Multimedia and Real-Time Applications," Ms. Allison Mankin, Kaman Sciences Corporation at the Naval Re- search Laboratory. (h) "Communication Requirements for the Future," Mr. Andrew Marshall, Department of Defense. (i) "Asynchronous Transfer Mode Over Wireless Networks," Mr. Nelson Sollenberger, Bell Com- munications Research, Inc. 9i

92 COMMERCIALMULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES FOR 71~E~TY-FIRSTCENTURYARMYBA7TLEFI~)S (j) "Secure Systems-Making and Keeping Them Se- cure," Dr. Ernest Brickell, Sandia National Labo- ratories. (k) "ATM," Dr. G. Ray Ritchie, Bell Communications Research, Inc. (1) "Battery Technology," Dr. Frough Shokoohi, Bell Communications Research, Inc. 3. January 2~25, 1995 Washington, D.C. Objective: Working meeting to review status of Chapters 3, 4, and 5 and ensure consistency with statement of task. Presentations: (a) "Anny C3I Technologies," Mr. Robert Giordano, U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command. (b) "Mobile and Wireless Information Systems," Dr. Barry Leiner, Universities Space Research Asso- ciation. 4. June 6, 1995 Washington, D.C. Objective: Review and sign-off concurrence draft of the committee report. OTHER MEETINGS 1. Planning Meeting, January 4, 1995 Washington, D.C. Objective: To gather facts for the committee by meeting with General Gordon R. Sullivan, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army. Attended by S. Personick (Chairman), A. McLaughlin, T. Smith, L. Streeter, L. Wishart. 2. Site Visit, January 30, 1995 Fort Belvoir, Virginia Objective: To observe Joint Precision Strike Surface- to-Surface demonstration. Attended by S. Personick (Chairman), A. McLaughlin. 3. Site Visit, March 2~21, 1995 Fort Hood, Texas Objective: To observe III Corps soldiers and vehicles, view simulation facilities, visit the III Corps battle lab, and dialogue with persons who are currently ad- dressing issues relating to fixture technologies and requirements. Attended by S. Personick (Chairman), D. Leeper, C. Manders, B. McCune, A. McLaughlin, L. Wishart.

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