Developing an effective mission planning system is vital to a divisionís military effectiveness. The tools available are quickly advancing from static pre-mission flight plan designers, to dynamic systems capable of in mission interaction and post mission debrief capabilities.
With military aerial equipment having to perform more roles in a reduced budgetary environment, making the right decisions in systems design is absolutely imperative. In addition with military initiatives now increasingly being operated in coalition with other NATO nations, the ability to integrate the systemís communications is of paramount importance.
The 5th annual conference promises an exceptional analysis on the systems and strategies that will enhance your military's capabilities in Air Mission Planning. There will be key presentations and case studies from senior military representatives and NATO officials. Additionally there will be essentially networking time to facilitate the discussions needed to drive forward Air Mission Planning system adoption.
Join the leading defence forum for mission planning systems and understand and utilize key developments in interoperability, system selection, future planning and cross platform targeting.
Benefits of Attending
To help you make the right decisions for your division our Air Mission Planning conference and exhibition is returning on the 2nd Ė 3rd May 2014. This is Europeís leading defence forum for mission planning systems. Covering interoperability, system selection, future planning and cross platform targeting you can network with dozens of military organisations and learn from real world experiences and case studies from experts from across the globe. Ensuring your organisation remains at the peak of its operational effectiveness.
- This is the only air mission planning conference in 2014
- Impartial forum for UN nation state discussion on the best use of military hardware and software
- Network with delegations from across the globe
For 2014 we have refocused the conference on the systems and strategies to enhance your military effectiveness.
- With the additioinal focuses on interoperability and joint force mission planning, this year's conference chair will be Diego Ruiz Palmer, Special Advisor to the NATO Secretary General.
- Key presentations and panel discussions from military representatives from 10 NATO member states
- Enhanced networking time to facilitate the discussions needed to drive forward air mission planning system adoption
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- Ahmet Tosun, First Lieutenant, Turkish Air Force
- Andrew Gray, Helicopter Programme Manager, European Defence Agency
- Benjamin George, Resident Pilot, Royal Australian Air Force
- Charles Tardy-Joubert, Major, French Army
- Derek Reinhardt, LIFCAP Engineer, Royal Australian Air Force
- Diego Ruiz Palmer, Special Advisor to the NATO Secretary General, NATO HQ
- Dilshan Wasage, UAV Wing Commander, Sri Lanka Air Force
- Fatih Buyruk, First Lieutenant, Turkish Air Force
- Francesco Agresti, Commander ITA Joint Task Force , Italian Air Force Command
- George Harrison, Associate Director, Georgia Technology Research Institute
- Gunnar Borch, CEO, GB Consulting bvba
- Joe Kay, Co-owner/Director, Effective Direction
- Lieutenant General Sergei Drozdov, First Deputy Commander, Ukrainian Air Force
- Richard Leakey, DIIFALG Station Commander, Joint Helicopter Command
- Sean Bell, UK Defence Growth Lead, Hewlett-Packard Company
- Simon Turner, Operational Training Director, Ibis Flight Test & SCT Avionics and Training
- Yildiray Korkmaz, Pilot, Turkish Air War College