On November 29, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) will host a discussion with Keith Maxwell, Senior Product Manager for Exoskeleton Technologies at Lockheed Martin, and Paul Scharre, Director of the CNAS Technology and National Security Program and author of the Super Soldiers report series. During the event, there will be a live demonstration of the Lockheed Martin ONYX exosuit and a discussion on the findings of the Super Soldiers series.
Agenda: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Opening remarks and Super Soldiers research overview by Paul Scharre
- A live demonstration of the ONYX exoskeleton by Keith Maxwell
- Joint Q&A session with Paul Scharre and Keith Maxwell
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About the Report
The Super Soldiers series covers findings from the Center for a New American Security’s study on dismounted soldier survivability that was conducted for the Army Research Laboratory. The series examines opportunities to improve dismounted soldier survivability in the near-, mid-, and far-term through changes to policies, improvements in equipment, and by harnessing emerging technologies. There is no magic solution for improving soldier survivability, but there are many opportunities that the U.S. military can seize upon that can yield significant improvements.