Resilience and Innovation in Air and Space
In a dynamic and uncertain geostrategic environment it is imperative that small and middle powers build resilience in their ability to generate timely, effective and relevant air and space power. Credible air and space power that enables Australia to shape, deter and respond requires resilient support systems together with an organisational culture that embraces innovation. The Air and Space Power Conference 2022 will explore resilient and innovative approaches to achieve national and regional advantage in air and space power.
The ASPCon22 is focused on resilience and innovation in air and space power and will feature an Innovation Expo - a special event that connects cutting-edge research and innovation from Defence, research institutions, academia, start-ups and industry. The event will showcase and provide access to key innovators and stakeholders from across the air & space domain. Topics should be future focussed and have relevance to achieving operational advantage or building resilience in national air and space power capabilities.
Abstract submissions are now closed
Abstract submissions close 01 Dec 2021 at 11:00 pm AEDST
If you have submitted an abstract you can track its progress via the Abstract Submissions Portal, or by using the link you were sent when you finalised your submission.
Accepted Abstract will be requested to provide a conference paper and and relevant slides in Feb 2022.
Virtual & Physical
National Convention Centre Canberra
31 Constitution Avenue
Canberra ACT 2601