Engility Launches Audio Show for Science, Engineering, Technology Discussions; Lynn Dugle Quoted

Engility has launched a monthly podcast that will feature discussions about national defense, space science and intelligence technology.

The company said Monday it appointed existing Engility employees to host the Get S.E.T.: Exploring Science, Engineering and Technology audio show.

The first episodes of the podcast touched on the effect of Martian dust storm on future space exploration and the possibility of deploying artificial intelligence robots in the battlefield, among other things.

“[It is] about inviting all stakeholders – scientists, engineers and abstract thinkers – into a dialogue that rejects common assumptions, disavows traditional barriers and dreams big enough to solve our customers’ most complex challenges,” said Lynn Dugle, CEO, president and chairman of Engility.

The podcast can be accessed on the Chantilly, Va.-based firm’s website, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.

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