Early Registration Ends Friday | NDIA National Security AI Conference and Exhibition

NDIA National Security AI Conference and Exhibition (NSAICE)

This groundbreaking event is more than just a conference and exhibition. It’s a rare opportunity for defense professionals working with artificial intelligence and machine learning to be part of a conversation that is sure to affect the future of American warfighters’ competitive advantage. And, it features the brand-new AI Capabilities Center where leading innovators and entrepreneurs will showcase their cutting-edge products, ideas, and services.

Given the bipartisan recognition of the need for the United States to win our innovation competition with other nations such as China, it is critical that we develop and deploy our greatest technologies—including autonomous functionalities—to bolster our national security with greater target identification. To facilitate such development and deployment, this premier event focused on innovation in AI across the competition continuum convenes government, industry, and academia to develop the application of AI solutions, discover federal AI initiatives, and explore real-world AI technology.

Register by Friday, November 6 to take advantage of the early registration rate.


Exhibit & Sponsorship Opportunities

Maximize your organization’s participation and visibility at the NDIA National Security AI Conference and Exhibition by becoming an exhibitor or a sponsor! NDIA events offer exhibits and sponsorships to fit any budget. By enhancing your brand with one of the packages below at this NDIA event, you will be able to build a stronger rapport with the audience and stand out from the crowd.

View/download/print the Exhibit, Sponsorship, & Advertising Opportunities Menu.

For more information on exhibits and sponsorships, please contact Abby Abdala at aabdala@NDIA.org.



December 7 – 9, 2020





Tiffany Milnor
Meeting Planner
(703) 247-2558

National Defense Industrial Association
2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201

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