We are proud to announce that the 19th annual Global MilSatCom will convene in London on 7th-9th November 2017.
At this year's Global MilSatCom there will once again be a range of networking opportunities:
Meet and network with service providers as well as military and government end-users from around the world that will make up the 500 attendees at this year's conference and exhibition
Two evening networking receptions hosted by SES and Airbus at the end of days 1 and 2
Lockheed Martin will be hosting an invitation only pre-conference dinner on the 6th November at The Army & Navy Club in Mayfair, London.
On day one, SES will host their reception in the City Suite at the Park Plaza hotel with the invitation only Eutelsat evening dinner being held in the Chino Latino restaurant
Airbus will host their networking reception at London's historical and cultural Imperial War Museum on Wednesday 8th November.
More than three and a half hours of networking during the conference days
The main conference will see developments and updates to MilSatCom programmes from around the world discussed with presentations from leading figures and networking sessions throughout the 3 day event. Key themes and challenges at the core of the MilSatCom Community will be the basis of discussion and will include the need for resiliency and robustness within SatCom systems, interoperability and flexibility within platforms, as well as the growing importance of allied collaboration.
Benefits of Attending
Meet and network with 500 attendees, including nearly 150 military personnel
Hear critical updates on military programmes and understand how your solutions can satisfy their requirements
Understand the latest technological solutions and how these best suit the end-user
Discuss the latest issues within the SatCom community including small-sat constellations, progress in the U.S. Wideband AoA, how nations are managing the increasing threats within the space domain and much more.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | Monday 6th November 2017
A: Global Government Payload Exploration Hosted by: The Hosted Payload Alliance 8.30 - 12.00
B: Interference in SatCom Systems Hosted by: Jamie Dronen, Director, MILSATCOM Future & International Programmes, The Aerospace Corporation 12.30 - 16.00
Air Commodore Nick Hay, Head Capability C4ISR & SRO for Future Beyond Line of Sight Programme, HQ Joint Forces Command, UK MoD
Alex DelMistro, Business Development & Sales Manager, Unique Broadband Systems
Andy Lincoln, Chief Technical Officer, Tactical Network Solutions, ViaSat, Inc.
Andy Rayner, Director International, Military Space, Lockheed Martin Space System Company
Brian Rodriguez, Director Business Development and Strategy, Protected Communication Systems, Integrated Communication Systems, Space and Airborne Systems, Raytheon
Brigadier General Carlos de Salas, Head C4ISR & Space Programs, Spanish Ministry of Defence
Brigadier General Nag Jung Choi, Commander of Defence Communication Command, Republic Of Korea Military
Christopher Baugh, President, Northern Sky Research, LLC
Claude Rousseau, Research Director, Northern Sky Research (NSR)
Colonel Cameron Stoltz, Director of Space Requirements, Canadian Forces
Colonel Jan der Kinderen, Programme Manager MilSatCom, Defence Material Organisation (DMO), Netherlands MoD
Colonel Jose Vagner Vital, Executive Vice President of Space Systems Coordination and Implementation Commission (CCISE), Department of Air & Space Technology- DCTA
Colonel Laurent Jannin, Head of Syracuse III and IV Programs and MILSATCOM Operations, DGA France
Colonel Shinichiro Tsui, Counsellor, National Space Policy Secretariat, Japanese Cabinet Office
Commodore Christian Anuge, Director ICT, Nigerian Defence Space Agency
David Bair, Chief Executive Officer, Eutelsat America Corporation
Dean Olson, Senior SATCOM Policy Analyst, Chief Information Office, Department of Defense
Deanna Ryals, Chief of International MilSatCom, US Air Force
Dr Graham Turnock, Chief Executive, UK Space Agency
Dr Tanvir Ahmad, Space Systems, MilSatCom, Airbus
Gary Echo, Business Development Manager, ViaSat
Gerard Donelan, Vice-President Governments and Institutions, SES
Giovanni Battista Durando, Satcom Service Area Owner, NATO Communications and Information Agency
Harriett Baldwin MP, Minister for Defence Procurement, UK MoD
Hermann Ludwig Moeller, Head of Institutional and European Programmes Office, Directorate of Telecommunications and Integrated Applications, European Space Agency
Holger Lueschow, Programme Manager Satellite Communication and Project Officer Radio Spectrum, Capability, Armament & Technology, European Defence Agency
Hughes Boulnois, Head of SpaceDataHighway, Airbus
Koen Willems, Market Director Government & Defense SatCom, Newtec
Laurent Alimi, MilSatCom and Tactical Networks Solution Leader, Thales
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Ruckes, Staff Officer, Cyber-/T- Division, CIT I 3, German Federal MoD
Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, DDC4OPS CIS Branch, New Zealand Defence Force
Lieutenant Colonel Luigi Mauro, Chief, SATCOM Section, Department 1, Computer Science, Telematics and Advanced Technologies, Ministry of Defence, Italy
Lieutenant Colonel Martin Vlach, Senior Staff Officer, Communication and Information Systems Agency, Army of the Czech Republic
Lieutenant Colonel Robert Myers, Deputy G-6, US Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa
Major Geoffroy Beaudot, SatCom and CIS Program Manager, Luxembourg Directorate of Defence
Martin Amen, Senior Director, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
Michael Nichols, Chief, COMSATCOM Technical Support Branch, DISA
Michael Rupar, Branch Head, Transmission Technology Branch, Code 5550, US Naval Research Lab
Nick Ayling, DD Cyber and Space Policy, UK MoD
Nicole Robinson, Vice President, Government Market Solutions Centres, SES GLOBAL
Norman Yarbrough, Operations Research Analyst, US DoD
Panel Member to be Confirmed, Lockheed Martin
Patrick Biewer, Chief Executive Officer, LuxGovSat S.A.
Peter de Selding, Co-Founder, Editor, Space Intel Report
Peter Hadinger, President, U.S. Government Business Unit, Inmarsat, Inc.
Richard Franklin, Head of Secure Communications, Airbus
Rick Greenwood, Head of Engineering and Operations, Airbus
Rick Lober, Vice President & General Manager Defense and Intelligence Systems Division, Hughes Network Systems
Ron Burch, Director, Advanced MILSATCOM, Boeing Space and Missile Systems
Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General
Speaker Details to be Confirmed, Boeing
Speaker to be Confirmed, European Commission
Stuart Daughtridge, Vice President Advanced Technology, Kratos Technology and Training Solutions
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Riverbank Park Plaza 18 Albert Embankment London, United Kingdom