75th IC at 2022 Fed Supernova Conference
220929-A-DB402-362.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. John Carkeet IV

AUSTIN, Texas - Uzkar Ibrahim (right), director of business development - Department of Defense, Asylon, instructs Brig. Gen. Heather Reuter (left), how to control a DroneDog with a Microsoft XBox game controller during the 2022 Fed Supernova Conference Sept. 29 in Austin, Texas. Reuter and other key leaders attended this three-day conference to promote the 75th IC's vision, mission, and capabilities while developing partnerships with entrepreneurs, universities and other Department of Defense organizations. Sponsored by Capital Factory, Fed Supernova connects entrepreneurs, government and industry together to collaborate on a dual-use solutions that put commercial technology in the hands of the Department of Defense. Developed by Asylon and Boston Dynamics, the DroneDog security offers end-to-end quadrupedal unmanned ground vehicles security solutions. The hardware and software include live video monitoring, teleoperation, 20x optical zoom, infrared (thermal) vision for nighttime operations, and automated charging for a set-and-forget system. U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 75th Innovation Command


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