Mobile Deployable Communications 2018
1-2 February 2018
Flexible and continuous connectivity, anywhere, at any time remains a key priority for major defence forces around the world. With the critical threat of cyber warfare intensifying, there is now a pressing need to ensure secure communications can be effectively operated in contested environments.
SMi’s 11th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference returns to look at the key drivers causing the growing demand for flexible, protected, and interoperable CIS capabilities, and through expert led presentations, from some of the world’s leading authorities, will discuss the challenges for both solution providers and end users of deployable communications.
Key Topics Include: SatCom on the move, cyber electronic warfare interference, procuring new systems to collaborate with existing, allied collaboration and more!
Early bird discounts!
Register by the 31st October to save £400
30th November to save £200
15th December to save £100
Register online at: www.mobiledeployable.com/homelandsec
For more information please contact: +44 (0) 207 827 6138 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology
30-31 January 2018
Crowne Plaza Rome, S. Peter’s Hotel and Spa, Rome, Italy
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology will cover a wide range of topics such as unmanned maritime system technology, intelligence gathering, C4ISR, AIS system technology, interoperability and system integration, and space-based surveillance. What differentiates our conference from other events in the industry is our keen and deliberate focus on space-based surveillance and space-based global maritime awareness. For the third year in a row, we have partnered with C-Sigma, an enterprise that “fosters wider cooperation and exchange in the use of and access to satellite-based maritime surveillance information at global level.”
Benefits of attending:
- Features high ranking military officials involved with the enhancement of naval surveillance programmes
- Learn how nations including Italy, the UK, France, Germany, Canada and the USA are developing their maritime ISR capabilities through space-based and unmanned surveillance technologies
- Get to the heart of challenges faced by maritime forces through focused briefings, discussions and networking
- Highlighting the importance of technology to collect and disseminate information to major operators at sea