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The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) will hold its Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo (JETC) in Orlando, Florida, from May 14 to May 16.


SAME was established in 1920, and its members collaborate to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges. It consists of more than 25,000 members throughout the world who work in the military, civilian government service, academia, and private sector industry. They lead a coalition of organizations that focus on solving challenges involving national security.


JETC is SAME’s annual conference that caters to professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction service sectors, as well as the joint engineering community, providing opportunities to learn, train and network. Industry leaders, partners and subject matter experts also attend this conference, which is expected to have 200-plus products and service providers in its exhibit hall this year.


This year’s “Operation: Collaboration” will challenge participants with the mission to enrich their careers through education and training, network to develop relationships and build trust with other professionals, advance technical skills and capabilities of industry partners and warfighters, and strengthen the engineering profession to support national security.


JETC will offer more than 70 hours of education and training opportunities. Program highlights will include an executive panel with the engineering service chiefs, a joint engineer warfighter seminar, and “Micro Session Theater” that will provide 20-minute sessions on various topics, among other events.


The “GeoWERX ‘24” demonstration, hosted by SAME’s Geospatial Working Group, will be a featured presentation at the conference that will give attendees a chance to see processes and tools that geospatial engineers use to “make the invisible visible.” More specifically, this session will spotlight current engineering capabilities that supply master geospatial data to support military operations, which includes 3D data and other products that assist in the evolution of infrastructure digital twins.


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