Lockheed Martin is co-sponsoring a technology summit in Dulles, Va. this week to discuss the role of technology in healthcare, cybersecurity, big data, machine learning and energy efficiency.
The company said the summit, also sponsored by Missouri University of Science and Technology, will focus on complex adaptive systems and the future of information technology.
Haden Land, vice president of engineering and chief technology officer for Lockheed’s information systems and global solutions-civil product line, will give the keynote address.
“Complex adaptive systems are meaningful solutions that address issues of national and global importance,” Land said. “The concepts employed by these systems will enhance our understanding of the world, control our aircraft, direct our power supply and improve our health.”
The company said other executives participating at the conference include Glenn Kurowski, VP of health and life sciences, Charles Croom, VP of cybersecurity solutions, and Chad Fulgham, VP of enterprise solutions.