The Dayton-Wright Chapter of AFCEA invites you to participate in the upcoming Wright Information Technology Summit (WITS) on 13-14 September 2022 at the University of Dayton Marriott.
This year’s theme is “Innovation at the Edge” that focuses on Industry 5.0 including: 5G, Zero Trust, Digital Transformation, Data Integration, Digital Thread, Smart Logistics, Innovation at Edge, and more.
Who will Attend?
The WITS forum will include Department of Defense (DoD), academia and industry as keynote speakers and panel members. The WITS audience is expected to be comprised of senior government leaders and technical experts as well as non-traditional companies interested in learning how to transfer their technical expertise and products to support the Air Force and its various missions.
What's on the Agenda?
The WITS agenda is designed for speakers to express challenges, promote best practices and generate dialogue on IT trends and innovations. The event will provide opportunities for respective government staff members to learn and share with a focus on solving problems for our Air Force and DoD warfighters.
**DWAFCEA has made arrangements for participants to receive a Group Rate on rooms with the UD Marriott from 9/11/22 - 9/15/22. To receive the discount, individuals are to call the Marriott at 1-800-Marriott and mention the Dayton-Wright AFCEA Wright IT Summit (WITS) 2022 Room Block to get the established Group Rate or by using the customized reservation link Book your group rate for Dayton-Wright AFCEA Wright IT Summit (WITS) 2022 Room Block. Guests will have until the cutoff date of 08/15/2022 to make reservations with the discounted rate.
Note: This event is free for academia faculty, full-time students, Government civilians and active duty military.
AFCEA is a non-profit organization comprised of over 32,000 members internationally serving the military, government, industry, and academia as a forum for advancing professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, information technology, intelligence and security.
Proceeds from the WITS event will benefit local schools, colleges and universities by providing scholarships and grants related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The Dayton-Wright Chapter AFCEA has made local and national impacts by providing over $500,000 in scholarships and grants to STEM students and teachers.
WITS is preceded by the Daniel J. Curtis Memorial Golf Tournament on 12 September and includes a Casino Night Fundraiser the evening of 13 September at the University of Dayton Marriott.
Thank you to our Annual Sponsors:
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