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DARPA Demo Day provided the DoD community with an up-close look at the Agency's diverse portfolio of innovative technologies and military systems at various stages of development and readiness, spanning every military domain from undersea to outer space and across all of DARPA's strategic focus areas, from sensors and microsystems to cyber and spectrum to biological technologies and counterterrorism.
The event was open to Pentagon badge holders, visiting U.S. Government civilian/military CAC holders, and Intelligence Community badge holders.
Theme Areas & Associated Programs
AIR: Maintaining air superiority in contested environments through unmanned aerial systems, advanced hypersonics, improved human-machine collaboration, and supervised autonomy
BIOLOGY: Developing breakthrough technologies to outpace infectious diseases, accelerate progress in synthetic biology, and explore new neurotechnologies
COUNTERTERRORISM: Mitigating terrorists’ capabilities through inventive reconnaissance, big data analysis, and technologies that advance understanding of social behavior
CYBER: Protecting the data behind critical decisions through automated cyber-defense systems, hack-resistant software and networks, and real-time visualization of cyberspace
GROUND WARFARE: Exerting control on the ground through manned and unmanned systems that bolster squad-level capabilities such as reach, situational awareness, and maneuverability
MARITIME: Enhancing maritime agility in all conditions through unmanned surface and undersea systems, novel communications and positioning technologies, and distributed capabilities
MICROSYSTEMS: Advancing communications, imaging, information processing, and physical security through revolutionary microelectronic, microelectromechanical, and photonic devices
SEEDS OF SURPRISE: Expanding the technological frontier by applying deep mathematics, inventing new chemistries, processes, and materials, and harnessing quantum physics
SPACE: Asserting robust capabilities in space through robotics, new launch systems, and satellite architectures, and groundbreaking technologies for space situational awareness
SPECTRUM: Assuring dominance of the electromagnetic spectrum in congested and contested environments through new materials and tools, faster chips, and smarter, more agile mobile networks
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