Search and Rescue, Military and Law Enforcement agencies need to be able to monitor their coastlines and economic exclusive zones effectively in order to keep their borders and those who use the seas legitimately, safe. Many nations are currently seeking to upgrade and develop those platforms that serve them in the Maritime Domain, from Patrol Planes and Helicopters to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Satellites. They are also seeking to develop excellent working environments with fellow countries aiming to achieve the same goals.
Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance Technology 2016
will be held in Rome from the 15th-16th February. Its aim is to provide, industry leaders, Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance
project managers and end users the knowledge and contacts they need to further develop their capabilities in Maritime Domain Awareness. This will be achieved through panel discussion and briefings based on topics from acquisition projects to operational experiences and lessons learnt. We strive to provide effective learning experiences and knowledge by providing expertly chosen speakers recommended from in depth research and consultation.
Benefits of Attending
- Features high ranking military officials and those directly enhancing their maritime surveillance capabilities
- Focused discussion groups solving the challenges faced by maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance programme managers
- Informal networking time to talk to peers and colleagues also shaping and influencing Maritime ISR programs today
- Learn how other nations are developing their maritime surveillance and reconnaissance provision from past experience and cutting edge research and development
- Get to the heart of challenges faced by modern navies such as capability gaps and what requirements they now have
Make Sure You Register for Our Post-Conference Workshop | 17th February, 2016The benefits of C-SIGMA and how it can improve national capability to monitor the seas from space
Hosted by Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA
9.00am - 12.10pm
- Ami Daniel, CEO and Co-Founder, Winward
- Brigadier David Evans, Chief Information Officer, Royal Navy
- Brigadier General Carlos de Salas, Head C4ISR & Space Programs, Spanish Ministry of Defence
- Captain Bryan Durkee, Commander CTF-67, US Navy
- Chris Reynolds, Head of the Irish Coast Guard, Irish Coast Guard
- Colonel Jeff Dooling, Director of Space Requirements, Canadian Armed Forces
- Colonel Rory Copinger-Symes, Chief of Staff, EU Naval Force
- Colonel Sergio Cavuoti, Chief of the Intelligence and Awareness Policy Branch of the Air Staff Aerospace Planning Division, Italian Air Force
- Commander Pasi Staff, Chairman of European Maritime Surveillance Network, Finnish Navy
- Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA
- John Beckner, Managing Director, Horizon Technologies
- Jonathan Locke, Senior Scientist, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, NATO
- KERSTANSKI PAUL, VP maritime solutions, PAE
- Lieutenant Commander Sam Edwards, AIS Sponsors Representative, US Coast Guard
- Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
- Rear Admiral Antonio Natale, Head of the Ship Department of the General Staff, Italian Navy
- Rear Admiral Dan Thorell, Director, Response and Law Enforcement Department, The Swedish Coast Guard
- Rear Admiral Giorgio Lazio, Chief of Staff, NATO MARCOM
- Rear Admiral Nicola Carlone, Head of Plans and Operations, Italian Coast Guard
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Who Should Attend
Military and civilian personnel, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Managing Directors, Vice Presidents, Director, Partners, Heads and Managers working in:
- National Air Forces
- National Navies
- National Coast Guards
- Command, Control, Communications and Computers
- Hybrid Air Vehicles
- Naval Aviation
- Space Surveillance
VenueCrowne Plaza Rome St.Peter's
Via Aurelia Antica, 415