Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, California, United States
26 - 30 April 2020
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SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2019 Event Highlights

Announcements for 2020 and looking back at 2019
In preparation for the 2020 meeting, SPIE is honored to announce plenary speakers, industry programming, and opportunities for networking. You will also see photo galleries and videos from last year to give you a sense of the event, to reflect on past happenings, and to help plan your schedule for SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2020 in Anaheim. 

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Distinguished leaders discussing the need to retain technology superiority

World-class presentations that support defense and security technological superiority are part of the 2020 program. Make sure to get these must-see speakers on your schedule early and be on the lookout for additional mission-critical presentations as you browse the 2020 program. 


All Symposium Plenary: Operationalizing Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Air Force

Jean-Charles Lede, Autonomy Technical Advisor, Air Force Research Lab. (USA)

Jean-Charles Lede 
Autonomy Technical Advisor

Air Force Research Lab. (United States)

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Read the SPIE article The Sky's the Limit for Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence with Jean-Charles Lede as he explains the increased collaboration between Air Force Research Laboratory with industry, academia, and other government labs.

Track Plenary: Materials and Devices

Aaron Ziklie, Rockley Photonics (USA)

Multi-micron silicon photonics for spectroscopy, imaging, and sensing

Aaron Zilkie

Rockley Photonics(United States)

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Track Plenary: Imaging and Analytics 

John Delaney, National Gallery of Art (USA)

Tri-modal imaging spectroscopy of paintings

John Delaney
National Gallery of Art
(United States)

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Track Plenary: Next Generation Sensor Systems and Applications

Stuart Young, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (USA)

Artificial intelligence for maneuver and mobility (AIMM) essential research project (ERP)

Stuart Young
U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command
(United States)

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Looking back: 2019 conference and technology photos

One of the most important parts of the event is bringing people together to share key research and the latest advancements to help move projects and technology into the future.

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Looking back: 2019 exhibition photos

This key technical exhibition offered over 300 top suppliers, free industry sessions, a job fair, networking opportunities, and more.

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Looking back: 2019 recordings of plenary presentations

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