Matt Dooley, Lieutenant Colonel USA (ret.) was commission from the United States Military Academy in 1994. Through his 21 years of service, Matt established himself as a subject matter expert in operational and tactical robotic applications, Army doctrine, maneuver warfare, and the coordination of elements of national power for strategic objectives. He was the Army’s Principal Coordinating Author for the current Robotics and Autonomous Systems Strategy. Matt has developed several robotic concepts, autonomy Whitepapers, and swarm behavior discussions in support of the Army’s future capabilities development.
Scott Nolan, Colonel, USA (ret.) served over 29 years as a US Army Field Artillery officer including multiple combat tours to Iraq. He served in Field Artillery operational assignments throughout his career from platoon level through 4-Star Command Headquarters culminating as Director of Fires for US Forces Korea - understanding joint and combined fires synchronization and employment. He further served as a strategic planner serving as a Deputy Director G5 in US Army Pacific. His recent assignment was serving as the Director of Fires Modernization for Army Futures Command focused on Field Artillery and Air Defense modernization efforts. Scott understands the modernization enterprise from combat vehicle development, acquisition, testing, and employment.