Col. Scott Gilman, deputy director of the U.S. Army Modeling and Simulation Office (AMSO), will serve as a panelist at Potomac Officers Club’s Future Virtual Battlefield Event on Wednesday, July 22nd. Click here to register for the Future Virtual Battlefield Event.
Gilman has served over 24 years as an Engineer and FA57 Simulation Operations Officer. His previous assignments include: USARCENT G37 Chief of Training and Exercises, Shaw AFB, SC; TRADOC Capability Manager (TCM) Virtual & Gaming, Fort Leavenworth, KS; Functional Area 57 Human Resource Manager, Fort Knox, KY; and more.
The Department of Defense’s business practices and approaches were not traditionally designed to quickly field emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, cloud computing, advanced data analytics; however, these technologies have shifted the world around us.
As the federal government and defense agencies continue to integrate more emerging technologies, the public and private sectors must present a united front to transform legacy mindsets by widening skills gaps in a process-driven culture risk to enhance DoD’s agility and battlefield edge.
At Potomac Officers Club’s Future Virtual Battlefield Event, Gilman will use his knowledge acquired from his career in the federal sector to discuss the priorities and challenges of modern warfare.
Gilman will also be joined by MG Maria Gervais, director of Synthetic Training Environment Cross-Functional Team with Army Futures Command, who will serve as a keynote speaker. Favio Lopez, chief operating officer (COO) of Trideum and Eric Weisel, executive director of VMASC & ASSOC VP, Virginia Modeling, Analysis & Simulation Center at Old Dominion University (ODU) will serve as panelists at the event.
Register here to join Potomac Officers Club for its Future Virtual Battlefield Event on July 22nd to learn about the speakers’ perspectives on the future of warfare and coordination at the strategic and tactical levels to strengthen national defense.