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ICSILP 18

INTERACTIVE PRESENTATIONS

Interactive Presentations at International Conference on Science & Innovation for Land Power 2018 (ICSILP 2018)will be held during the morning tea break on Wednesday 5 September and the morning and afternoon tea breaks on Thursday 6 September in a Breakout Area outside of the main Conference Room. The audience of an Interactive Presentation will be a subset of the ICSILP 2018 delegates.

The interactive presenters will have an opportunity to present to the whole ICSILP 2018 audience a one-minute summary ("pitch") of the content of their Interactive Session. These summary pitches are scheduled to occur in the ten minutes prior to the break in which the interactive presentation/demonstration will take place. The full interactive presentation schedule is outlined below.

The more exciting or interesting your pitch, the more ICSILP 2018 delegates you are likely to attract to your Interactive Session.

Below is some additional information that you may find useful to plan your Interactive Presentation.

Venue:
City Foyer – Breakout Area (outside the main conference room). Note this is an open area not a booth.

Further Information for the presenters:

Equipment provided:
A laptop with CD/DVD and USB port and a 48” TV screen for projection from the laptop.

Length of Presentation:
A 1 minute Pitch and,
An Interactive Presentation that should be no longer than 20 minutes.

Presentation Requirements:
Bring the presentation on a CD/DVD or USB to be loaded onto Conference Laptop.
Format: Standard Microsoft Office format to be used

Correct as of 21 August 2018

Interactive Session 1 - Wednesday 5 September 1530-1600
Authors
(presenter bolded)
Paper Title
Theme
Topic
Station 1
Eric Schoof, Chris Manzie, Iman Shames, Airlie Chapman and Denny Oetomo (University of Melbourne, Australia)
An Experimental Platform for Heterogeneous Multi-Vehicle Missions
Platforms and Platform Protection
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Research)
Station 2
Thomas Price (Tactix Group, Australia) and Larissa Cahill (DST Group, Australia)
Exploring the Impact of Augmented Night Vision Systems on Cognitive Workload and Situational Awareness for Dismounted Soldiers
Concept Development and Assessment
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation (Research)
Station 3
Linda Matthews, Gavin Perin, Stuart Perry, Donald Bone (University of Technology Sydney, Australia) and Joanne Culpepper (DST Group, Australia)
Novel Disruptive Methods. Pattern Adaptations for Military Structures
Imaging and Camouflage
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation
Station 4
Greg Judd, Rachna Lorke, Peter Boyd, Vanja Radenovic (DST Group, Australia) and Kevin Chan (Army Research Laboratory, United States of America)
Upping the IQ of Army’s Digital Communications: Improving Tactical Situational Awareness and Command and Control Using Semantically Managed Autonomous and Resilient Tactical Networking (SMARTNet)
Digitisation and Digital Communications
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Innovation)

Interactive Session 2 - Thursday 6 September 1000-1030
Station 1
Sam Thornton and Guy Edward Gallasch (DST Group, Australia)
Swarming Logistics for Tactical Last-Mile Delivery
Platforms and Platform Protection
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Innovation)
Station 2
Geoffrey White (DST Group, Australia) and Susan Hill (Army Research Laboratory, United States of America)
Usability of a Gesture Control Device for Robotic Platform Operation
Concept Development and Assessment
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Research)
Station 3
Bin Lee, Jay Yu and Tim Bussell (DST Group, Australia)
Developing a Ground Truth High Resolution Hyperspectral Imagery Database for Target and Natural Background EM Signatures Characterisation and Assessment
Imaging and Camouflage
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation (Research)
Station 4
Carl Q. Howard, Nataliia Sergiienko (University of Adelaide, Australia) and Guy Gallasch (DST Group, Australia)
Monitoring the Age of Vehicle Shock Absorbers
Digitisation and Digital Communications
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation (Innovation)

Interactive Session 3 - Thursday 6 September 1500-1530
Station 1
Arvind Rajagopalan (DST Group, Australia)
Active Protection System Soft-Kill Using Q-Learning
Platforms and Platform Protection
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Research)
Station 2
Jaci M Pratt and Marcus J Tregenza (DST Group, Australia)
Future Technology-Concept Exploration and Weapon Autonomy
Concept Development and Assessment
Topic 1 - Autonomy Enhancing Land Power (Research)
Station 3
Kamil Zuber, Simon Firth, Peter Murphy (University of South Australia, Australia) and Vivienne Wheaton (DST Group, Australia)
Active Multispectral Camouflage Panels
Imaging and Camouflage
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation
Station 4
Stephen Goltz (QinetiQ Australia)
Risk Reduction in Defence Range Safety through Digitisation Exploitation
Digitisation and Digital Communications
Topic 2 - Technology Convergence Innovation (Innovation)