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The UK MoD's Strategic Communications Programme Presented at the Mobile Deployable Communications 2022 Conference

SMi Group reports: Key presentations from the host nation are announced ahead of the Mobile Deployable Communications Conference, taking place in London next January.

The 15th Annual Mobile Deployable Communications Conference, taking place in London on 26th and 27th January 2022, will include over 18 expert-led presentations, a focused panel discussion and more than 4 hours of networking time.

Early bird discounts are available and interested parties are advised to register soon in order not to miss this unique and highly valuable learning and networking opportunity. Register at

With strong host nation support, the agenda includes expert speakers from the British Army, Royal Marines, and Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), giving detailed updates on the UK MoD's strategic communications programme and the UK's tactical communications industry.

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Delegates will hear the following host nation briefings:

Captain David Keegan, SO3 Communications Information Systems Trials & Development Unit, British Army, will be presenting on ‘British Army Deployed Comms Modernisation’, covering:  

  • Key activities and goals for CISTDU and how the programme will benefit the deployed warfighter
  • Cognitive and physical load: why is ease of use such a key requirement for effective and sustainable ground communications?
  • Survivability for deployed comms at Brigade level
  • Novel C2 and communications research: where CISTDU is going with its communications modernization mission

Lieutenant Colonel Michael Macdonald, SO1 Equipment Capability, Commando Force Project Team, Royal Marines, will be presenting on ‘Royal Marines Communications Modernisation Vision’, covering:

  • The Commando Force concept
  • Roadmap to Full Operating Capacity
  • The proposed CIS solution

Confirmed Senior Representative, C4 Systems Group, CIS Division, DSTL, will be presenting on ‘UK CIS Research and Development: The Way Ahead’, covering:

  • Accelerated Next Generation - Autonomous Resilient Architectures
  • Generation After Next - Deployed Comms - Evolving against the Threat
  • MOD’s Chief Scientific Advisor’s next Information Systems research programme

The agenda is available at

Mobile Deployable Communications
26th – 27th January 2022
London, UK
Sponsored by L3 Harris and NSSLGlobal

Source: SMi Group
Date: Oct 29, 2021
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