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Interoperable Open Architecture 2012 Conference
Dramatically reduce procurement and integration costs through open standards based architectures

30 October, 2012 - 31 October, 2012, London, United Kingdom

Welcome to Interoperable Open Architecture 2012!

Open architectures, as we have come to know them, are not necessarily as open as we might like. Whilst new modules can be interchanged and integrated with significantly less hassle than in closed systems, often the open systems still use proprietary code or data dictionaries that prevent third party installation of new sub systems.

INTEROPERABLE OPEN ARCHITECTURE looks to make open systems truly open by championing the use of middleware solutions based on open source, publically available standards. The result is an architecture where anyone with the necessary skill set can design and install a sub-system into the platform, resulting in cheaper, faster and smarter procurement


Attend IOA 2012 in order to:

  • Drive efforts to reduce the time and cost of procurement within your organisation by learning lessons from the UK MoDís Land Open Systems Architecture and the US DoDís UAS Control Segment programmes
  • Dramatically improve system and system-of-systems interoperability by adopting, and helping to develop, international architectural standards, as showcased by the Military Vetronics Organisation and NATOís Research and Technology Organisation
  • Improve the flexibility of your future air assets by involving yourself with the Future Airbourne Capability Environment standard, published by the Open Group
  • Develop a detailed knowledge of the benefits of open standards and improve your own architectural designs in our fantastic workshops hosted by the Network Technical Authority, UK MoD and the Object Management Group

 

I am looking forward to sharing with the thought leaders from multiple nations ideas, methodologies, and approaches that enable and streamline the acquisition and implementation of interoperable architectures
Gordon Hunt, Chair, UCS Sub Committee, US DoD

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Why You Should Attend?

In a jargon-free, non-technical forumÖ

  • Learn how open standards are helping to reduce the time and cost of procurement and make procurement truly competitive
  • Dramatically improve system and system-of-systems interoperability while avoiding vendor lock-in
  • Understand how the nature of procurement is changing, how that is going to affect you and how you can position yourself to benefit from this change


Who Should Attend?

  • Military: Heads of military procurement organisations, senior program and acquisition managers and heads of equipment & platform support
  • Industry: CEOs, heads of product development, business and technology strategists


Venue & Accommodation

76 Portland Place
London W1B 1NT
T: +44 (0)20 7470 4884

Accommodation
Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; however we have put together a HotelMap that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area near to 76 Portland Place. The map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel: www. HotelMap.com/M9NT4

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The agenda is available as PDF under downloads.

Expert International Speaker Panel includes:

  • Gordan Hunt, Chairman, UCS Sub Committee, US DoD
  • Sven Tammler, Chairman, MILVA GVA Sub-Committee, MILVA
  • Edgar Dalrymple, Chief Engineer, US Armyís Common Operating Environment
  • Peter-Paul Meiler, Chairman of IST-090 Working Group, NATO Research
  • Doug Schmidt, Deputy Director, Research, and Chief Technology officer, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Andrew Watson, Technical Director, Object Management Group
  • Professor Michael Henshaw, Professor Systems Engineering School, Loughborough University
  • Paul Sibson, Senior Principle Consultant, SEA group
  • Robert Linton, C4I Architecture, Network Technical Authority, UK MoD
  • Robert Sweney Chief Engineer, Open Group FACE programme, US NAVY
  • Dr. Stan Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, Real-Time Innovations
  • Robert Sweeney, Chief Engineer, Open Group FACE programme, US NAVY
  • Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Pahutski, Project Manager WIN-T Inc2, US ARMY
  • Peter-Paul Meiler, Chairman of IST-090 working group, NATO Research and Technology Organisation
  • Jerry Sollick, QinetiQ

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Event details

Defence IQ
30 October, 2012
31 October, 2012
London
76 Portland Place
United Kingdom
Conference
ASDE-2164


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