Leidos to Demo Technologies at Upcoming Army Association Event; Gerry Fasano Quoted

Leidos to Demo Technologies at Upcoming Army Association Event; Gerry Fasano Quoted
Gerry Fasano

Leidos has announced it will exhibit technologies at the Association of U.S. Army's upcoming exposition and conference event in Washington, D.C.

The company said Tuesday it will demonstrate a range of tools and systems that support future Army readiness from Oct. 14 to 16 at Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

At the event, Leidos will show cyber adversarial reasoning as well as an information system for aircraft maintenance management.

Leidos will also present emerging training technologies and augmented and virtual reality features of a tactical decision kit. In addition, its booth will also play informative videos on software-defined networks, data systems and other technology topics.

Gerry Fasano, president at Leidos' defense group, said the products are designed to address a wide range of Army challenges, “from aircraft to algorithms.“

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