Building on the successes of our annual Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance conferences
, we are currently seeking to greater mirror the specific demands of the operational environment. The airborne aspect of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance continues to establish itself further as a dominant force within the discipline. From Libya to the ongoing effort to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria, airborne ISR
assets have been relied upon as vital assets that allow for the gathering of intelligence and direction of offensive capabilities. Through the reliable collection and distribution of accurate intelligence, operational effectivness and efficiency can be greater enhanced.
Therefore, Airborne ISR
seeks to provide a platform for the advancement of these key ideas. NATO's development of its Allied Ground Surveillance capability and existing programmes such as AWACs shall be discussed. An update on these overarching programmes will be supported by insider accounts of member states individual doctrines and independent efforts to develop and maintain domestic ISR
capabilities. The integration, operational case studies and the latest cutting edge technology, shall be just some of the key areas presented by leading figures within the field. As well as providing an invaluable opportunity to gain insight into these areas, extensive opportunities for networking shall be offered for all who attend.
Benefits of Attending
- Hear an insider up-date on NATO's overarching and influential programmes, such as the Allied Ground Surveillance (AGS) programme and the Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AWACS).
- An opportunity to hear from and bench mark against strategic partners, an account of their independent efforts to develop and enhance their airborne ISR capabilities.
- A forum for the advancement of interoperability and co-operation amongst airborne ISR assets An opportunity to gain an insight into the industry's fluid and ever advancing technological improvements.Hear from leaders in the field.
- Air Commodore Paddy Teakle, Deputy Commander, AEW&C Force Command, NATO.
- Brigadier David Evans, ACOS IS, Information Superiority, Royal Navy
- Colonel (Ret'd) Levent Selvi, Former Division Head, ISTAR Division, Turkish Air Force
- Colonel Laura Ryan, Director of Policy, Plans and Assessments, 25th Air Force, United States Air Force
- Dr Ashutosh Natraj, Researcher, Computer Science, University of Oxford
- Dr Hans Elias de Bree, Director for Research and Development, Microflown AVISA
- Dr Jim Wood, Fellow, Cyber and Information Systems Division, DSTL, UK, DSTL
- Lieutenant Colonel Carl Magnus Svensson, Commander of 32nd Intelligence Battalion, Light Hussars, Swedish Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Christophe Fontaine, Commander, 1/33 Belfort Wing, French Air Force
- Major General George Harrison (ret), Director, Former Commander, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, USAF
- Mr Alessandro Vivoli, Project Officer, Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance,Capability, Armament and Technology, European Defence Agency
- Mr Rob Munday, Unified Vision 2014, Assessment Director, NATO
- Robert Murray, Head of ISR, Defence Investment Division, NATO
- Squadron Leader Steve Knight, 54 Squadron, Officer Commanding Rivet Joint, Royal Air Force
The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.
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VenueHoliday Inn Kensington Forum
97 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, SW7 4DN
Who Should Attend
Military and civilian personnel, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Managing Directors, Vice Presidents, Director, Partners, Heads and Managers working in:
- Command, Control Communications and Computers
- Airborne Network
- Global Information Grid
- Combat Air Patrol
- Operation Systems Developments
- Defence Common Ground System
- Remotely Piloted Air Systems
- Alliance Ground Surveillance
VenueHoliday Inn Kensington Forum
97 Cromwell Rd,
London, SW7 4DN