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Next Generation ISR Symposium
Opportunities, Challenges, Emerging Threads & Capabilities

24 June, 2014 - 25 June, 2014, Washington, DC, United States

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The two-day general session will assemble the Key Organizations and the Senior Leading Experts that are shaping the direction of ISR current requirements and exposing the many future capabilities for the services and public service sectors. The Services’ ever increasing roles for ISR assets are permeating across a very broad range of critical missions, including but not limited to: Persistent Global Surveillance & Global Strike, Counter-intelligence & Counter-terrorism, Maritime Domain Awareness, Space Defense, Anti-Access and Contested Global Commons. From Iraq and Afghanistan to the increasingly tumultuous Asia-Pacific region and even home to CONUS, the need for diverse and evolving leap-ahead ISR technology is paramount.

This outstanding conference brings together the key government and industry experts who are shaping the direction of ISR today and in the future.

  • What are the Latest OSD and Service Strategies, Roadmaps, Needs and New Initiatives?
  • What are the Crucial Gaps in Providing Actionable Intelligence to Decision Makers and the Warfighter?
  • What are the emerging ISR capabilities from unmanned aircraft platforms?
  • What are the latest requirements, trends and capabilities for ISR sensor imagery?
  • What new approaches are emerging for ISR missions such as homeland security, special operations and C2ISR?

Over 20 Service & Industry Experts from: OUSD/AT&L, DUSD-I, ONI, USAF/HQ, USMC, Army G2, JCS, NGA, AGC, AFRL, COMUSNAVSO/C4F, AF/A2, NPS, Boeing, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Harris Corporation, Sierra Nevada, Netspective Communications, Persistent Surveillance Systems, CSIS and Kitware   presenting:

  • Emerging DoD ISR Needs, Initiatives & Opportunities
  • Next Generation ISR Mission Challenges, Capabilities and Opportunities – Airborne, Maritime, Homeland Security, Special Operations and more
  • The Most Critical Capability Gaps and Needs in ISR Information Sharing and Dissemination
  • Emerging Opportunities in Airborne and Maritime ISR

Who You Will Meet

  • CEOs/COOs/CIOs
  • Presidents/Vice Presidents
  • Principles
  • General Managers
  • Commanding Officers
  • Directors
  • Deputy Directors
  • Branch Chiefs
  • Research Directors
  • Business Development Managers
  • Sr . Marketing Managers
  • Sr. Managers, Federal Accounts
  • Sr. Analysts
  • Sales Directors
  • Principal Scientists
  • Program Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Program Analyst
  • Aerospace Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Systems Engineers
  • Flight Operations Managers
  • Test Engineers
  • Engineering Leads
  • C4ISR Leads


Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive,
Arlington, VA 22209
Tel: (703) 807-2000)
(Mention  “Technology Training” for a special room rate)
Attendee accommodations must be arranged directly with the hotel.

The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.


  • Lt Gen Raymond Palumbo, USAF Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Intelligence) for Joint & Coalition Warfighter Support, DoD ISR Task Force
  • Mr. Dyke Weatherington, Director, Unmanned Warfare & Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (UW & ISR), Strategic and Tactical Systems, OUSD/AT&L
  • Mr. Terry Mitchell, CDirector, DAG2 Intelligence Futures Directorate, US Army (G2)
  • RADM Elizabeth Train, USN, Director, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office, Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
  • Dr. Karen St. Germain, Director, ISR Systems Div., SPACE & Intelligence Office, OUSD/AT&L
  • Mr. Mark Tapper, SES, Special Advisor to the Deputy Chief of Staff, USAF/HQ
  • Mr. Weldon “Jack” Campbell, SES, Acting Vice Director, Intelligence, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Defense Intelligence (JCS/J2)
  • Ms. Jennifer Edgin, Senior Technical Advisor to the Director of Intelligence, HQ USMC
  • Mr. Ken Rice, Chief of ISR Integration Division, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Captain Bill Roeting, USN (ret), Applied Researcher and Principal Investigator, The Naval Postgraduate School
  • Mr. Ted Venable CNT, UAS Program Manager at Commander, U.S. Naval Forces South and Commander, U.S. Fourth Fleet Counter Illicit Trafficking PM, USN
  • Dr. Joseph F. Fontanella, Director, U.S. Army Geospatial Center and Army Geospatial Information Officer
  • Dr. Guna Seetharaman, Principal Engineer for Computing Architectures Information Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Col Waldo Carmona, US Army (ret), Director, Networked Tactical ISR, Boeing Defense Systems
  • Mr. Richard Simpson, Deputy Dir., AFRL Sensors Directorate, ISR /C2 Capability Lead
  • BG Keith McNamara, US Army (ret), Vice President, Integrated Defense Systems, Raytheon
  • Col Matthew Hurley, USAF, Air Force HQ Division Chief, ISR Doctrine & Policy Integration HQ AF/A2DD
  • Mr. David Cacner, Director, NSG Expeditionary Activities (NEA)/Mission Outcomes, National-Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Mr. William “Trip” Carter, Vice President, ISR Systems Business Development and Strategy, Northrop Grumman Information Systems
  • Mr. John Delay, Director of Strategy, Harris Corporation
  • Mr. Samuel Brannen, Senior Fellow, International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Security Program (CSIS)
  • Dr. Ross McNutt, President, Persistent Surveillance Systems
  • Mr. Shahid Shah, Chief Executive Officer, Netspective Communications
  • Ms. Heather James, Kitware, Computer Vision, Manager, Innovative Applications
  • Col Joseph Green, US Army (ret), Director, Fusion & Transformation, Sierra Nevada Corporation


Event details

24 June, 2014
25 June, 2014
Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
District Of Columbia
United States


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