The International Telemetering Conference/USA (ITC/USA) is the premeir annual forum and technical exhibition providing telemetry specific short courses, technical papers from professionals and students and exhibits of the industry's leading companies. ITC/USA is sponsored by the International Foundation for Telemetering (IFT), a non-profit corporation dedicated to serving the technical and professional interests of the telemetering community.
On the behalf of the ITC 2016 committee, we would like to invite your participation and support of the 50th Annual International Telemetering Conference on November 7-10, 2016 in Glendale, AZ. ITC takes pride in addressing the wide range of topics important to the telemetry professional. The exhibit areas showcase the latest systems, and technical sessions lay the groundwork for tomorrow's systems. Numerous short courses are available to help practicing professionals stay current in their fields. Committees discuss the challenges of new technology, standards, security, and even the political aspects of securing and protecting the spectral resources we need. If there is a system, technology, theory or standard a telemetry professional needs to do their job, we make a place for it at ITC.
We hope to see you at the conference!
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UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE MR. FRANK KENDALL ENCOURAGES DOD PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT OF ITC CONFERENCES
"The Department is the single largest employer of scientists and engineers in the United States. Maintaining professional currency is an important part of this investment in human capital. Science and technology (S&T) conferences and symposia, at which technical data and information is exchanged, are potentially-beneficial both for maintaining technical competence and for the professional development of DoD scientists and engineers."