SMi reports: Technical industry and military experts to discuss how to achieve comprehensive maritime domain awareness through space-based technologies
SMi’s 4th annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology will commence in 2 weeks’ time, on the 6th and 7th February in Rome, Italy.
The two-day conference will host exclusive discussions on space-based technologies amongst other topics, to help militaries worldwide achieve and enhance their comprehensive maritime domain awareness. This conference brings together NATO, Allied and European nations to discuss the operational and technological challenges facing navies and other maritime organisations as they try to monitor the sea to protect their borders and ensure the blue economy continues to grow.
Snapshot of confirmed speakers:
- Rear Admiral William Warrender, Flag Officer Sea Training, Royal Navy
- Brigadier General Carlos de Salas, Head C4ISR & Space Programs, Spanish Ministry of Defence
- Commodore Andreas Vettos, Commander Maritime Air Command, NATO MARCOM
- Colonel Maurizio Maggio, Office of the Aviation Inspector for the Navy, Italian Air Force - Air Staff
- Colonel Henrik Kanstrup, Acting Commander Helicopter Wing Karup, Royal Danish Air Force
- Commander Kurt De Winter, Naval Policy Staff, Naval Requirements, Belgian Navy
- Air Commodore Peter Round, Chairman, Kleos Space
- Mr William Hosack, CEO, Orbital Micro Systems
- Mr Ori Zeisel, Manager, Business Development, Imagesat International NV
View the live agenda with full speaker list http://www.maritime-recon.com/vuelio.
Attendees can expect to network with over 90 international military organisations and industry experts in the field of maritime domain awareness. Those organisations who attended last year and can be expected to attend again include: Airbus Defence and Space (TCIGS), AMPEX Data Systems, Boeing, Canadian Armed Forces, Thales, E-GEOS, EU Naval Force, European Navies, European Airforces, exactEarth, Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT), ORBCOMM, Spacemetric BV, European Embassies amongst many others.
Download the full comprehensive past attendee list, with organisations, job titles, attending country proportions and sponsors.
The conference this year is sponsored by two gold sponsors, Leonardo and Orbital Micro Systems and sponsor/exhibitors Aerodata AG, ICEYE OY, ImageSat International, Kleos Space, Raytheon and Windward. The sponsors will be showcasing their latest technologies and solutions.
Latest registrations include: NATO STO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), CLS, DSTL - UK MoD, Embassy of Finland, Embassy of Ukraine - Italy, FN Herstal, Embassy of Germany - Rome, German Navy, GXP International Solutions Group, Hisdesat, MDA Systems Limited, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office, Portuguese Navy, Royal Navy, UAE Military Attaché Office, Embassy of US - Rome and more!
Discounts available on group military bookings.
4th annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology
6th-7th Feb 2019
Crowne Plaza Rome St. Peter's Hotel & Spa, Rome, Italy
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About SMi Group:
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