Event Date: May 27 2020 to May 31 2020
Source:Institute for Defense and Government Advancement
Location:Detroit, MI

Future Ground Combat Vehicles Summit has been postponed. We will now be hosting the conference in December 2020, with the exact date to be confirmed in the coming weeks. Click here for more information. Current attendees will be able to access our online event at no cost on May 28-29. Details to follow!

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Enabling Next-Generation Ground Combat Vehicle Dominance for U.S. Battlefield Superiority


Welcome to the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement's (IDGA's) 8th successful iteration of our Future Ground Combat Vehicle Summit, a keynote industry event highlighting the ever-evolving needs of the ground combat vehicle community. Highlighting one of the major modernization priorities of the U.S. Army, the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV) Program Initiative aims to usher in the next-generation family of ground combat vehicles (FGCV) to replace and advance the United States' current level of ground combat warfare capabilities.

Over the past decade, land warfare doctrine, policy, and technological needs have rapidly evolved to meet the ongoing development of next-generation threats from near-peer and insurgent warfare threats. The proliferation of these threats, coupled with next-generation development of artificial intelligence and robotics technologies, provides the FGCV community a massive opportunity to energize efforts to further research, develop, and field the next generation of future ground combat vehicles for U.S. battlefield superiority. These Service-wide efforts will undoubtedly propel U.S. ground combat vehicle superiority for generations to come, and at our summit, you will have the unique opportunity to collaborate with those leading the charge!

Join IDGA's summit as our esteemed faculty and representatives will address emerging opportunities to leverage new-age technology and its application to ground combat vehicles and forces, how these technologies adjust current concept of operations, roadmaps to NGCV, and what this continued development means for ground forces 2035 and beyond.


COMMUNITIES: Autonomous Systems