AUSA 2015: Ready, Steady, Go

AUSA Annual Meeting

Here we are again. Less than a week to go before our biggest event of the year: the Association of the U.S. Army Annual meeting and symposium. It’s a really big deal. Those of you who are regular readers may recall from last year’s posts on the AUSA show that it attracts thousands of attendees, from military personnel of all stripes (from 4-stars to “slicks” ). Military contractors abound and show off their latest technologies and products. The pace is frantic and the days are long.

Our planning has been in progress for nearly a year, but really heavy over the last three months as we prepare materials for presentation, literature and a rockin’ demonstration of our standard embedded hardware as a vehicle video cloud server. (Oh, and by the way: we have some great surprises to share, too!)

As last year, we’re in a combined booth with our colleagues from GE Aviation, who also have a terrific lineup of things to see. Our roster of visitors for meetings is again filled with movers and shakers, so we’re really excited about that. Our CEO Bernie Anger is spending the whole three days with us.

Anyway, this one is short. Gotta get back to work; we are really at the eleventh hour now, and everything must be just right.

Come by and see us at Booth #839, Hall A. We’d love to see you there!

(But if you can’t be there, I’m hoping to blog from the show floor like I did last year—so check back with The Connected Battlefield next week, and share the experience.)

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Larry Schaffer

Larry Schaffer has been with us in a business development role since 2001, and works to create and maintain long-term, strategic relationships with key companies engaged in embedded computing for ground systems applications with a strong emphasis on image processing and distribution. He was born in Pennsylvania and educated as an Electrical Engineer in New Jersey and California (where he now lives). Just don’t ask him to tell you about being a war baby…

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