With support from the Polish Armed Forces, the 13th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference
returns to Warsaw in January 2020. Featuring exclusive briefings from key regional partners and their international allies, the conference explores battlefield communications systems in the Central and Eastern European operational environment and their role in maximising operational effectiveness.
Effective communication on the battlefield is becoming increasingly vital as militaries seek to gain, maintain and exploit the information advantage in a rapidly changing battlespace. To prepare for future engagements, militaries must especially focus on the resilience and protection of communications in degraded environments as near-peer adversaries are utilising ever more complex electronic warfare technologies.
This annual conference will bring together 100+ international delegates, including leading program managers, strategic decision-makers, industry experts and thought leaders from CEE and further afield, to explore the latest developments in communications technology and the challenges for both solution providers and end users.
Key Focuses Include:
- Central and Eastern European (CEE) operational environment
- Interoperability of communications equipment between allied militaries
- Procurement, research and development of the latest communications technology
- Resilience and security of tactical communications systems, such as anti-jamming technology
Benefits of Attending
- Supported by the Polish Army, the only conference addressing CIS in the Eastern European operational environment.
- Hear updates and guidance from CIS program managers and communications experts
- Learn about future requirements for equipment and procurement processes.
- Meet and network with senior military leaders and industry during dedicated networking sessions across two days
- Discover the latest communication technology to optimise battlefield command and control
Who should attend
- Heads of CIS
- Tactical Communications Programme Managers
- Heads of G6
- Heads of Signals
- Heads of Communications
- Heads of J6
Plus a Half-Day - Pre-Conference Workshop | Wednesday 29th January 2019The Challenge of Electromagnetic Disruption
Workshop Leader: Colonel (Ret'd) Ralph Thiele, Director Stratbyrd Consulting
12.30 - 16.30
Host Nation Speakers:
- Brigadier General Robert Drozd, Chief of the Command & Control Directorate - J6, Polish Armed Forces
- Lieutenant Colonel Bartosz Jasiul, Head of Cyber Security Laboratory, Poland Military Communications Institute
- Dr Joanna Sliwa, Head of C4I Systems, Poland Military Communications Institute
- Mr Wieslaw Gozdiewicz, Cyber Security Expert, Kosciuszko Institute
- Senior Speaker from National Cyber Security Centre of Poland
- Major General David Isaacson, Director, Networks, Services and Strategy, US Army G6*
- Brigadier General Arapis, Assistant Chief of Staff J6 Cyberspace, NATO SHAPE
- Brigadier General Anna Eriksson, Head C4ISR, Swedish Armed Forces
- Brigadier General Vasili Sabinski, Director, Communication and Information Systems Directorate, EU Military Staff
- Colonel Mihai Burlacu, Deputy Head of Communications and IT Department, Romanian Defence Staff
- Colonel Carlos Ribeiro, Deputy Director, Communications and Information Systems Directorate, Portuguese Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Jon Nypan, Chief G6, Brigade North, Norwegian Army
- Major Danius Aleksa, CIS Department J6, Planning Branch Senior Officer, Lithuanian Armed Forces
- Major Jason Clement, Deputy Project Director, Tactical Narrowband Satcom Geosynchronous Coverage, Canadian Armed Forces
- Major Krystian Strzalkowski, Head J6, NATO Force Integration Unit Poland
- Dr Fulvio Arreghini, ESSOR Technical Specialist, OCCAR
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VenueMarriott Hotel Warsaw
Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79,