Automation Alley sends trade mission to U.S. Army Science Conference

Automation Alley’s first domestic trade mission will send eight local companies to the U.S. Army Science Conference to procure local workforce opportunities.

More than 1,500 potential buyers and end-users from 24 different nations will attend the conference in Orlando, which will publicize the latest efforts in domestic military technology and modernization.


The Orlando conference is sponsored by the Assistant Secretary of the
Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, which is responsible for
educating leaders in Congress, military, business, industry and academia
about the Army’s scientific and technological needs.

Since 2001,
Automation Alley has conducted 12 trade missions to countries across
the globe. More than 730 new jobs have been created and $151 million in
new contracts has been garnered for participating companies and regions.

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