Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2015 Conference
- Europe's leading forum for maritime ISR professionals
- 28 September, 2015 - 30 September, 2015, London, United Kingdom
Ensuring maximum domain awareness
With the proliferation of illicit activity in the maritime arena increasingly in the media spotlight, not least the issue of human trafficking, international coast guards, navies and government authorities are facing mounting pressure to enhance capability and enhance it fast.
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance will be addressing this urgent requirement as it moves across to London. Join high level speakers and delegates including the US Navy and NATO Maritime Command at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel this September who will be addressing topics including:
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- New requirements for maritime patrol aircraft and multi mission systems to enhance future capability
- Efforts including investment in UAVS and aerostats to compliment platform persistent surveillance to counter threats in both the military and civilian domain including maritime terrorism, piracy and smuggling
- Radar, sensor and satellite technological developments to upgrade and increase target acquisition, data collection and information sharing capability to enhance overall efficiency
So What’s New for 2015?
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2014 attracted over 120 senior military and industry representatives to engage in a two-way discussion about the future maritime reconnaissance. Continuing to provide you with a truly international viewpoint on current and future requirements, this year's symposium has already seen registration from over 20 nations, including Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Australia and Colombia.
We are also delighted to welcome the United Kingdom back to our speaker panel, with Brigadier David Evans speaking about the Royal Navy's first operations with ScanEagle, along with the potential of biometrics in the maritime environment and how the UK is looking to plug its current MPA gap.
Benefits of Attending Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance
Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance is the only European community event dedicated to the requirements of Maritime Domain Awareness experts around the globe, bringing together key military and industry contacts in the sector for a three-day meeting each year to discuss operational feedback, capability gaps.
Meet the Speakers
- Vice Admiral Stanislaw Zarychta, Commander, Maritime Operations Centre, Polish Navy
- Brigadier David Evans, Assistant Chief of Staff Information Superiority, Royal Marines
- Rear Admiral Thomas Ernst, Commander, Maritime Air Forces, NATO
- Confirmed Three Star Representative, JMSDF STaff and College, Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force
- Rear Admiral Azhari bin Abdul Rashid, Commander Naval Region 1, Royal Malaysian Navy
- Vice Admiral Roberto Sachica, Colombian Navy, Colombian Navy
- Captain Michael Napolitano, Chief of Staff, Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Group, US Navy
- Captain Gary Beaton, Commanding Officer, Guyana Coast Guard
- Major Jose Muñoz, Pilot, 221 Squadron, Spanish Air Force
- Mr Richard Carne, Chief Digital Officer, UK Met Office
- Lieutenant Colonel Victor Ellis, Director Of Operations, Plans & Readiness, Georgia Air National Guard
- Lieutenant Commander Jeffrey Dorwart, Avionics, Sensors and C4ISR TTP Prog. Manager, U.S. Coast Guard
- Mr George Guy Thomas, President, C-SIGMA Consulting
- Lennart Landman, Researcher, Clingendael Research
- Mr Isto Matilla, R&D Director, Laurea University of Applied Sciences
- Pending Final Confirmation, Maritime Office - Directorate of Air Requirements, Canadian Air Force
- Commander Andreas Müller, Head of the Plans Division, German Navy
- Mr Jonathan Locke, Senior Scientist, NATO CMRE
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