Naval Mission Systems Technology Conference
- 14 November, 2016 - 15 November, 2016, Rome, Italy
We are proud to announce the Naval Mission Systems Technology Conference which will be taking place in Rome on the 14th and 15th November 2016 in Italy.
This conference programme will provide updates from national navies on their mission system capabilities, future requirements and the associated challenges. Navy's are constantly looking at how the collection and dissemination of data from maritime helicopters, UAVs, radars and shore based sensors through C2 systems can be improved to produce an accurate, clear, and all-encompassing picture of the maritime theatre for allied forces. The complexity of this, associated with effectively coordinating the variety of operations of these systems, means that interoperability between all systems, divisions, and nations is of paramount importance.
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Therefore, our Naval Mission Systems Technology Conference will explore the strategies and technologies required to develop next generation capability in this vital area of national defence.
Benefits of Attending
- Meet and network with military and industry decision makers in Naval Mission Systems Technology
- Hear the very latest technological developments from research and industry experts, who are enhancing the effectiveness of Naval Mission Systems Technology
- Explore ways in which interoperability between nations and technological systems can be developed to maximise the proficiency of naval mission systems strategies and technology.
- Gain an accurate update on the Mission Systems being developed within programmes across Europe and the United States.
Plus a Half-Day Post-Conference Workshop | Wednesday 16th November 2016
Enhancing Systems and Technology for Maritime Situational Awareness
Workshop Leader: Dr Clayton Stewart, Visiting Professor at University College London and Former head of the Office of Naval Research Global
08.30 - 11.50
- Captain Andrea Micheli, Head of the C2IS Office, C4 and Security Department, Italian Navy
- Captain Francesco Saladino, Commander of the ITS Carabiniere, Italian Navy
- Captain Manuel Martinez Ruiz, F110 Frigate Programme Manager, Spanish MoD
- Captain Veli-Pekka Heinonen, Chief of Maritime Systems Division, Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command-Joint Systems Center*
- Captain Vincenzo Milano, Director, ITA Defence General Staff, NATO M&S Center of Excellence
- Commander Andreas Uhl, SME CD&E and BMD, Planning Directorate, German Navy
- Commander Yasin Erdogan PhD, Chief Engineer, Electronic Systems Development and Production, Turkish Naval Research Center Arastirma Merkezi Komutanligi
- Dr Phillip Smith, Ship Systems & Integrated Survivability Programme Manager, Platform Systems Division, Dstl (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory)
- Mr Simon Vaughan, Integrated Project Team Leader, Combat Systems, BAE Systems Surface Ships
- Mr Tim Munn, Mission System Architect, Defence Mission Systems, Thales UK Ltd
- Mr Wolfgang Schlichting, Director of German Armed Forces Technical Centre (WTD 71), German Armed Forces Technical Centre for Ships and Naval Weapons, Naval Technology and Research, BAAINBw
- Mr. Ayhan Cakici, Technical Leader Patrol Vessel Program, Turkish MOD
- Rear Admiral (Retd) Massimo Annati, Former Director, Joint C4I Agency, Italian Navy
- Rear Admiral Flavio Biaggi, Head of The Ship Design & Combat Systems Department of the Italian Navy General Staff, Ship Design & Combat Systems, Italian Navy
- Rear Admiral Pasquale De Candia, Head of Ship Design & Combat Systems Department of the Italian Navy General Staff, Italian Navy
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