Information Advantage for the Next Generation Air Force
In an era of persistent competition in which the West’s qualitative edge is being eroded, the ability to think and act at a higher tempo than our adversaries will be a key determinant of future operational success. Air and space forces will play a disproportionate role in achieving the Information Advantage on which multi-domain operational synergies will depend. The Chief of the Air Staff’s 2020 Air and Space Power Conference will build on the multi-domain themes that were introduced at the 2019 Conference, and will examine how the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and British Army, Government agencies, international partners and industry are working together to secure the cognitive edge which will secure enduring operational success. Exploring how the human component is being leveraged in harmony with technology, organisational reform and conceptual development, the 2020 Chief of the Air Staff’s Air and Space Power Conference will mark a defining moment in placing Information Advantage at the heart of international air and space power debate.
“Information will be at the heart of the future air and space environment which is why achieving and maintaining Information Advantage is so important to all our futures. ASPC 20 will bring together a diverse mix from across the Royal Air Force, aerospace industry, and air and space power professionals. Our aim is to put Information Advantage at the forefront of the international air and space power debate. I commend the conference to you, and look forward to joining you online on the 15th July.”
Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston, Chief of the Air Staff CBE ADC
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- To deliver the most challenging and thought-provoking air and space power debate
- To widen the reach of air and space power understanding and to develop and engage with new advocates
- To cement the reputation of the Royal Air Force as a world leader in air and space power strategy before a global audience