The Army Science Board is slated to meet over three days next month at Fort Benning, GA, to discuss six studies and vote on a study on the future of telemetry.
According to a Federal Register notice, the meeting will be held from Jan. 9 through Jan. 11.
The board will “collect data and hold discussions” on six studies. One covers manned-unmanned teaming, another is an independent assessment of the Army's science and technology portfolio realignment and a third covers multi-domain battle 2.0. A fourth study is on the internet of things and smart installations, while another is an independent assessment of the Army's next-generation ground combat vehicles investment strategy. The final study is on improving the service's software development and sustainability strategy.
Additionally, on Jan. 10, the board will hold a voting session on a study called “The Future of Telemetry.”