The detailed program is being finalised and will be provided to registrants by Carillion Conference Management a week prior to commencement. Thematically, the program will be a journey of RASAI system development from Concepts, Trust to Operationalisation. It will include senior presenters from each ADF service on the future of technologies in warfare and presenters from the research and industry perspective regarding RASAI.
To enable ease of travel, the Symposium will commence midday 20 April and conclude midday 22 April*.
*On the afternoon of Thursday 22 April, after the conclusion of the formal Symposium program, the TASDCRC National Accreditation Support Facility – Pathfinder (NASF-P) Project will host an optional workshop commencing at 1330hrs, concluding before 1600hrs. While not part of the formal Symposium programme it is an opportunity for engagement of likeminded parties with a specific interest in the accreditation, certification and policy pathways for autonomous systems and an opportunity to contribute to a Body of Knowledge on the topic. It is recommended parties interested in this bonus activity book later travel departures and more information will be available in the programme prior to the event.
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