Lockheed Martin to hold 2014 Innovation & Logistics Conference in College Park

Lockheed Martin to hold 2014 Innovation & Logistics Conference in College Park

On November 5 and 6, 2014, leaders from Lockheed Martin will come to the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center to celebrate and strengthen the strategic relationship between the company and UMD to better meet future national security logistics and sustainment requirements.

The first day of the conference will feature presentations on the Center for Logistics Collaboration, the Quantum Engineering Center, and specific research and its benefits to UMD, Lockheed Martin, and the nation.

The second day of the conference will feature presentations on complex systems and data science, the UMD unmanned arial vehicles test site, and augmented virtual reality, to name a few.

Please visit here for more details about the conference.

October 31, 2014


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