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Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) to Attend Naval Submarine League Symposium

Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) will participate in the Naval Submarine League Annual Symposium, November 17-18, 2021, in Arlington, Virginia. The purpose of this annual event is to facilitate the exchange of business, technical, and professional information relevant to undersea warfare. This year’s theme is Growing Undersea Capabilities.

The 2021 Symposium will include presentations by Submarine Force leadership with updates on major acquisitions and programs. Active Duty panelists will provide additional insight into the experiences and needs of today’s submariners. Industry and government agencies will offer technical papers, discussion, and solutions via exhibits.

IDT representatives will be available throughout the two-day event and are eager to speak with participants regarding best-in-class automated solutions that facilitate the rapid delivery of capabilities to the warfighter. IDT’s technologies are based on Automated Test and ReTest (ATRT), a U.S. Navy SBIR initiative. ATRT supports mission-based Testing and Analysis (T&A), Virtualization, and Systems Integration for complex, software-driven tactical undersea systems.

ATRT provides a secure, private, cloud-based application development, test, deployment and analytics ecosystem that includes Test Bay as a Service (TBaaS). The PEO SUB private cloud (P2C) is accessible over NUWCs Wide Area Integration Facility (WAIF) classified network. Tactical capability developers utilize modern MBSE, Dev/Sec/Intel Ops, and Automated T&A methodologies with access to virtualized tactical systems to achieve a continuous integration, test and deployment process.

This year, the Naval Submarine League Symposium returns to the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia. Event attendees are encouraged to seek out IDT reps in Booth 19 on the exhibit floor to learn more about our robust capabilities and to arrange for a demo of our solutions. Learn more.

Ohio-Class Guided Missile Submarine (SSGN 726) at sea