Mercury’s CTO Dr. William Conley Chosen as Advisor for Hudson Institute’s New Heart for Protection Ideas and Expertise – Drones Information
Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com), a leading provider of trusted, secure, mission-critical technologies for the aerospace and defense industry, announced that its chief technology officer, Dr. William Conley was selected as a Director of Advisors to the Hudson Institute’s Center for Defense Concepts and Technology, a leading global agency for international security based in Washington, DC
In this role, Dr. Conley, who alongside well-known senior advisors such as the former Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert (USN, ret.) And Dr. John Evans, CEO of Carillon Technologies, will be using his extensive background and expertise in electronic warfare and advanced defense technologies to develop and expand the centre’s programs and research.
“I am honored to be appointed to the Advisory Board of the Center for Defense Concepts and Technology at the Hudson Institute,” said Dr. Conley. “The Hudson Institute is a respected organization and a leading global authority on international security issues. My years of experience in the defense industry and my recent work at Mercury Systems to make cutting-edge technology much more accessible to the aerospace and defense industries will complement the Board’s goal of advancing the Institute’s mission and goals. “
According to the Hudson Institute, the center, which opened July 20 under the chairmanship of Senior Fellow Bryan Clark, will advance the Hudson Institute’s study of military competition, specifically examining the impact of new technologies on defense strategy, military operations, and capability development, and acquisition . “In addition, the center will pursue a comprehensive approach:” Link strategy with new operational concepts; Assess the weapons and systems required to implement new concepts; and assess the required use of resources. “
“Given his expertise in defense and technology, I am honored that Dr. Conley has agreed to advise Hudson’s research on the intersection of military strategy and operational concepts with emerging technologies that are changing our entire lives,” said Bryan Clark. “With Dr. Conley’s expertise, we hope to improve the ability of the US and Allied military to use new technology to promote security and deter aggression.”
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About the Hudson Institute
The Hudson Institute, in coordination with our allies, aims to promote American leadership and global commitment to a safe, free, and prosperous future. Founded in 1961, Hudson challenges conventional thinking and helps navigate strategic transitions into the future through interdisciplinary studies in defense, international relations, economics, technology, culture and law. Hudson strives to guide policy makers and world leaders in government and business through an extensive program of publications, conferences, policy briefings, and recommendations. More information is available at Hudson.org.
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