Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Conference
- The World's leading forum for maritime ISR professionals
- 28 September, 2016 - 29 September, 2016, Rome, Italy
In 2016, the maritime reconnaissance and surveillance community is now facing a more diverse and complex set of challenges than ever before.
As territorial disputes and aggressive force posturing persist in the South China Sea and Baltics and counter-narcotics and human trafficking crimes continue in Latin America and the Mediterranean respectively, maritime ISR remains the critical capability for all nation states with maritime obligations. In response to this need, industry has delivered vast technological improvements to unmanned systems, advanced sensors and satellite constellations that have revolutionised information gathering and the ability to create full situational awareness. However, challenges remain for integrating, fusing and analysing the abundance of collected data in order to deliver information superiority to the operational commander. Whatever the objective, the Commander in 2016 is as likely to be constrained by data-overload as data-scarcity.
For the 14th year, our established maritime community will gather in Rome on the 26-28 September to address these challenges at the Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance 2016 summit.
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Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance is the first and only conference to examine the entire maritime surveillance precept by exploring a multi-platform, multi-sensor approach to gathering ISR data. After the outstanding work of industry in the last 15 years, military requirement setters and capability development leads are able to comfortably present the case for bettering their information management solutions. Now they are looking to industry to offer cutting edge data fusion systems to present mission critical information in an accessible and timely fashion to enable optimal exploitation of ISR data.
So we invite you to join 160+ colleagues at the community's annual gathering as stakeholders from military, government, industry and research join together to explore the major challenges and opportunities facing maritime ISR operators in the complex international threat environment.
Benefits of Attending
- Explore military and government stakeholders' growing appreciation of essential data management solutions from big data analytics, platform integration and information fusion and assess how this shift will affect your organization and the wider maritime ISR community
- Establish the major drivers for developing maritime ISR capability to meet the complex operational challenges of 2016 and collaborate with end-users and solution-providers to overcome the threats
- Shape the future of maritime ISR capability development alongside the leading military and government stakeholders responsible for platform, programme, information and data management in order to extend your organisation's influence
- Benefit from case studies, operational experiences, capability development strategies and cutting-edge solutions delivered through an original agenda developed via extensive research with maritime ISR stakeholders
- Learn how your organisation can assist with regional challenges facing operators in the Mediterranean, South East Asia, West Africa, Latin America and the Baltic Sea
- Vice Admiral Stanislaw Zarychta, Commander, Maritime Operations Center, Polish Navy
- Vice Admiral Poolsak Uboltepchai, Deputy Chief of Staff, Royal Thai Navy
- Rear Admiral Timothy C. Gallaudet, Oceanographer & Navigator of the Navy, US Navy
- Rear Admiral Alexandru Mirsu, Chief of Naval Staff, Romanian Navy
- Rear Admiral Neil Rosayro, Deputy Chief of Staff, Sri Lankan Navy
- Rear Admiral Enrico Credendino, Operation Commander, EU NAVFOR Mediterranean
- First Admiral Manahan Simorangkir, Head of Naval Aviation, Indonesian Navy
- Captain Darko MaleAAiA, Head of Operations, Croatian Navy
- Captain Cornelio Silva, Head of Plans & Policy, Portuguese Navy
- Captain Colin Walsh, Deputy Chief of Staff, Maritime Air, NATO Maritime Command
- Colonel Richard Cantrill, Chief of Staff, EU NAVFOR Somalia
- Captain (S) Daniel Hopkins, Deputy Commander CTF-67, US Navy
- Commander Pedro Santana, Deputy Commander, Cape Verde Coast Guard
- Commander Pasi Staff, Chief of Intelligence, Finnish Navy
- Lieutenant Colonel Mark Roberts, ISR Lead, Directorate of Space Requirements, Canadian Armed Forces
- Markku Mylly, Executive Director, European Maritime Safety Agency
- Dr. John Mittleman, Maritime Situational Awareness Lead, Naval Research Laboratory
- Professor Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA
- Øystein Pedersen, Product Manager, Radionor Communications
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