Military Tactical Communications Summit
- ''Bringing the Network to the Tactical Edge''
- 22 September, 2015 - 23 September, 2015, Alexandria, VA, United States
Our Military Tactical Communications Summit is designed as an educational and training “Town Hall” forum, where thought leaders and key policy-makers across U.S. military and U.S. civilian organizations can come together for actionable discussions and debate. The Summit will focus on a networked approach to providing communications at the tactical edge.
2015 Subject Matter To Include:
- Bringing common data and operating environments to the tactical edge
- JIE and MPEs: Improving secure messaging with coalition and Allied Partners in a tactical environment
- Cloud computing / virtualization for a tactical environment
- Future afloat MAGTF: network-enabled and digitally interoperable
- pen architectures for C4I
- Increasing high-speed transmission capacity for voice and data communications
- Pushing cyber situational awareness data to the tactical edge
- Spectrum management/ shared spectrum access
- Untethering the maneuver commander
- Hosted payloads and SATCOM - OTM
- Shipboard and undersea C4I capabilities
Land Mobile Radio Market - Global Forecast to 2022
The network of ‘tomorrow’ for the tactical edge should support a broad range of operational conditions and deliver robust, reliable communications to all echelons and various mission partners throughout all stages of any operation, in any environment. Efforts towards creating common operating environments, utilizing virtualization / cloud computing, hosted payloads for SATCOM, and creating a JIE are just a few of the TTPs helping to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of tactical comms.
Military communications networks are by definition dynamic, under stress and vitally important. The Army's focus to 'simplify' the network along with advances with WIN-T, the Navy's SATCOM technologies and the Air Force's efforts at joint aerial layer networking will soon allow for more secure, mobile networked communications worldwide. However challenges such as interoperability amongst legacy systems, cyber security, converging network operations tools , spectrum access, and untethering the maneuver commander remain at the forefront.
This event is open only to US Citizens and Citizens of NATO member countries
Early Confirmed 2015 Summit Speakers Include:
- Mr. Martin Westphal, SES, Vice Director, C4/ Cyber, Joint Staff J6, providing a discussion on JIE/ MPE (Mission Partner Environment) and the future impact on the Joint and Coalition Warfighter at the Tactical Edge
- Ms. Kerry Kelley, SES, Director of C4 Systems; CIO; and Director, Joint Cyber Center, USSTRATCOM speaking on meeting C4 requirements for the Joint fight
- Mr. Frederick D. Moorefield Jr., SES, Director, Spectrum Policy and Programs, DoD CIO addressing DoD efforts for improving spectrum access
- Mr. Kevin Fahey, SES, Executive Director, SoSE&I, ASA ATL on current priorities and efforts towards creating an effective and efficient system-of-systems architecture for the tactical edge
- Mr. Kenneth Bible, SES, USMC, Deputy Director, C4 / DCIO, HQMC speaking on extending the network seamlessly to the tactical edge for the Marine Corps including emerging C4 technologies of interest and increasing common applications and using cloud/ virtualization for C2 OTM
- Col Gregory Breazile, USMC, Director, C2/Cyber & EW ID, Capabilities Development Directorate, USMC DC CD&I discussing C2, cyber, and EW capabilities development for tactical communications for the Marine Corps
- CAPT Chris Moss, USCG, Chief, Office of C4 and Sensors Capabilities, USCG presenting the unique mission critical C4ISR needs of the USCG and current areas for improving interoperability with U.S. and Allied Partners
- Senior Representative of PEO C3T to discuss expeditionary networking for the Army ( session confirmed, speaker TBD)
Source : ASDEvents