Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology USA 2022
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Mar 25, 2022

Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology USA 2022 Conference

  • May 5-6, 2022- Arlington, VA, United States
  • Early Bird Expires March 31, 2022

We are proud to present the 1st annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology USA conference, taking place on the 5th and 6th of May 2022 in Arlington, VA.

With rapid technological advances changing the way US maritime forces need to utilise and manage ISR capabilities across domains, Maritime and Littoral Reconnaissance and Surveillance systems and platforms have become a critical component of US naval capability.

This conference presents the perfect opportunity to meet a diverse range of US Naval actors, Naval aviation experts, senior military figures and industry vendors involved in Maritime Surveillance and Intelligence gathering. Unlike other events, our conference places particular emphasis on the relationship between the Maritime and Joint Domains and how ISR capabilities are developing to improve these in tandem as well as individually.

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Benefits of Attending

  • Listen to keynote briefings from US military leaders operating in the maritime reconnaissance and surveillance arena
  • Hear from key allied military leaders working in their national maritime reconnaissance field
  • A unique focus on Unmanned ISR platforms, Space-based Maritime Reconnaissance, Fleet Air Arm ISR capabilities, Sensors at Sea and more
  • Maritime equipment exhibition from conference sponsors showcasing the latest technology
  • Informal networking time factored in so you can gather insight from peers and colleagues also shaping and influencing maritime reconnaissance and surveillance systems today
  • Discover the new trends and updates in the maritime reconnaissance market and learn of how to integrate these new technologies into enhance your operational effectiveness

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  • Brigadier General Matt Mowery, Assistant Deputy Commandant for Aviation, US Marine Corps
  • Captain Andrew J. Hoffman, Commanding Officer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division, US Navy
  • Captain Ben Van Buskirk, Director, NavalX
  • Captain Dennis Monagle, Program Manager, Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems, PMA-266, US Navy
  • Captain Gregory T. Petrovic, Commanding Officer, US Naval Research Laboratory
  • Captain Gurpartap “GP” Sandhoo, Project Officer, Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit/Under Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering
  • Captain Michael Brasseur, Commodore TF-59, US Navy
  • Commander Brian Conlan, Commanding Officer, Unmanned Patrol and Reconnaissance Squadron ONE NINE, U.S. Navy
  • Commander Shawn Newman, Warfare Analysis Branch Team Member, NATO Combined Joint Ops from the Sea Centre of Excellence (NATO CJOS COE)
  • Dr Tom Drake, Head, Ocean Battlespace and Expeditionary Access, Office of Naval Research
  • Dr Wellesley Pereira, ISR Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, US Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Mr Guy Thomas, President, C-SIGMA
  • Mr Jeremy Mucha, Technical Director, Communications Systems Directorate, National Reconnaissance Office
  • Mr Philip L. Hoffman, Uncrewed Maritime Systems Research & Development Coordinator, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
  • Mr Scot T. Winslow, Executive Director, National Air Security Operations, DHS Customs and Border Protection – Air and Marine Operations
  • Vice Admiral (Ret.) Bruce H. Lindsey, Principal, Bruce H Lindsey & Associates, LLC

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