The conference brought together 30 military tech manufacturers along with National Guard leaders from each state in the USA.
Michael Obod, the company’s co-founder, showcased SKIFTECH’s cutting-edge solutions, including wireless technologies, stress-belt, and an AI tool — computer vision that is employed in the new STINGER simulator.
The event provided an opportunity to communicate with other manufacturing companies and the US military. Engagement with the US military revealed a keen interest in operational solutions, drawing upon the experiences of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and their agile adoption of tactics, strategies, and technological advancements.
The SKIFTECH team gleaned valuable insights and experiences from the conference, which will inform the development of effective training systems tailored to military needs.
The Middle Planning Conference Industry Integration Event is organized by the National Army Warfare Center (NADWC) in collaboration with the Northern Strike training course, an annual combat readiness exercise held at National Guard facilities in Michigan, as well as training units from various states and countries. This marked SKIFTECH’s inaugural participation in the event, signifying a milestone in its engagement with military stakeholders.