DGI Conference - Geospatial Intelligence for National Security

Where Allied Nations Benchmark Their Geospatial Intelligence Strategy

February 7-9, 2022- London, United Kingdom

Your best opportunity to learn from and network with international geospatial intelligence leaders from allied nations

Times may be uncertain, but one thing remains true: there is power in people coming together.

As the world's leading international geospatial intelligence conference, only at DGI can you learn from and network with so many geospatial intelligence leaders from allied nations as they share practical insights for:
  • Achieving robust GEOINT capabilities to successfully support your missions in space
  • Re-setting your national geospatial intelligence strategy to best manage new security threats
  • Developing closer partnerships with allies to enable critical intelligence sharing that support your future missions
  • Innovating your GEOINT strategy to better navigate geopolitical upheaval, climate change goals and global disaster disruption

DGI Focus Day Feb 7, 2022: Competing in Space

As Space rapidly becomes the next contested domain find out how your geospatial intelligence communities and networks must collaborate to successfully compete together.

3 Goals this Day Will Help You to Achieve:
  • Organisation - how to restructure your people, skills and training so you can quickly develop your national Space capability
  • Partnerships - how to develop and strengthen relationships with allied nations and agencies for future collaboration in Space
  • Technology - how to successfully design, implement and acquire the best Space technologies for your needs

DGI Main Event Feb 8-9, 2022: Rebuilding GEOINT Capacity, Partnerships and Interoperability

3 Goals the Main Event Will Help You to Achieve:

  • Capacity - how to re-focus on developing national GEOINT capabilities as the world begins to emerge from the Pandemic
  • Partnerships - how to successfully navigate shifts in global geopolitics to strengthen the right partnerships for your GEOINT enterprise
  • Interoperability - how to engage government and industry partners in the development and acquisition of GEOINT products and services for future multinational operations

Your only opportunity this year to:

STAY CONNECTED - Network with your senior geospatial intelligence counterparts during our highly interactive sessions and over coffee, lunch and drinks in our extended networking breaks.

EXPERIENCE INTERACTIVE FORMATS - Benchmark with the great minds in the audience as well as the speakers by participating in our small-group interactive formats including interactive case studies and workshops.

ACCESS 5 STAR CONTENT - Join 50 solution focused sessions led by national geospatial intelligence leaders and gain practical insights that address your biggest priorities and help you future-proof your national geospatial intelligence strategy.

DGI in numbers

  • 200+ Geospatial Intelligence Professionals to Network With
  • 60+ Geospatial Intelligence Experts Sharing Their Practical Insights
  • 30+ Nations Represented from Around the World
  • 15+ Hours of Invaluable Networking Time
  • 3+ Days of Insightful Content

Health & Safety At DGI

Proof of vaccination OR a lab-confirmed negative result from a COVID-19 diagnostic test taken within 72 hours of entry is required to attend. Face coverings will be required in all indoor settings at the event regardless of vaccination status. The safety of our attendees and staff remains our top priority as we aim to create an exceptional event experience where you can network, learn, and grow your business with peace of mind. Our dedicated COVID-safe team remains in consistent communication with our venue, suppliers, and partners and we intend to abide by state and local policies and procedures to ensure a safe and enjoyable event.

Be Inspired. Learn From:

  • Lt General James Hockenhull, Chief of Defence Intelligence, UK MoD
  • David Cattler, Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security, NATO
  • Mark Andress, Chief Information Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, Director, EU Satellite Centre
  • Brigadier Paul Lynch, Commander, National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence, UK MoD
  • Gary Dunow, Associate Director for Enterprise, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Colonel Yannick Michaud, Deputy Director, Intelligence Group, Canadian Forces
  • Randy Fofi, Chairman GEOINT Committee, NATO
  • Dan Visone, Chief, Systems and Acquisition Directorate, US Army Geospatial Center
  • Dave Gauthier, Director, Source Commercial and Business Operations Group, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Colonel Roly Cockwell, Joint User Intelligence and Cyber Department Head GEOINT, UK MoD
  • Laryssa Patten, Space and AGS Portfolio Manager, NATO
  • Lt Colonel Shaun Lamb, SO1e Space Capability, Space Directorate, UK MoD
  • Bret Rodgers, Senior Geographer, Geospatial Intelligence and Analysis Division, US Marine Corps Intelligence Activity
  • Squadron Leader Chris Page, Space Capability Planning Group, ISR from Space, UK Strategic Command, UK MoD
  • Sean Hannan, Industry and Innovation Lead, Analytic Technology and Tradecraft Group, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Focus Day: 7th February
Main Conference: 8th - 9th February

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Venue

Twickenham Stadium
200 Whitton Rd, TW2 7BA
Twickenham, London , UK
Tel: +44 203 613 2036
Web: www.twickenhamstadium.com

Twickenham Stadium “the home of English Rugby” is one of London's premier conference and event venues and an inspiring location for holding business and social events of all types.

Twickenham Stadium is ideally located just 20 minutes from Central London and six miles from London Heathrow Airport, with excellent road links and over 2,000 free car-parking spaces on site. The stadium also benefits from an onsite 4* Marriott Hotel with 156 bedrooms including six pitch-side suites and a Virgin Active Club.
For Travel information please CLICK HERE

Accommodation
DGI attendees can benefit from a preferential rate at the Marriott Hotel Twickenham located at Twickenham Stadium, for just £129 per person per night including VAT, breakfast and WiFi.

To book your room at our exclusive discounted rate, please CLICK HERE. We would advise you book sooner rather than later as rooms are offered on a first come, first served basis.

Please note; we do not take responsibility either for reserving your room or for any subsequent cancellation.
Event details
Organizer :WBR UK
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-23296