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AUSA 2021: Project Convergence accelerates and expands

13th October 2021 - 15:00 GMT | by Flavia Camargos Pereira


Work on Project Convergence in 2020 included experiments with unmanned capabilities. (Photo: US Army)

Project Convergence involves more than 5,000 military personnel in addition to over 70 different industry partners and 300 data collectors — and the DoD plans further expansion.

The US armed forces have made progress in their efforts to function jointly and holistically in networked multi-domain operations. Activities this year so far under Project Convergence 2021 (PC 21) included tests of more than 110 technologies in the air, land, sea, space and cyberspace domains.

During a seminar in the AUSA 2021, LTG James Richardson, deputy commander of United States Army Futures Command and exercise director for PC 21, highlighted that these projects involved more than 70 different industry partners and 300 data collectors, in addition to military personnel.

‘It is soldiers in the dirt with scientists looking at technologies and experimenting [with] these technologies,’ he …

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