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9th Annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance

  1. 1. Militar y 9th Annual attend for maritime frEE! reconnaissance and surveillance 2011 The Courtyard rome Central park, rome, Italy 20th-23rd September 2011 Achieve Complete Domain Awareness by Utilising the Most Effective Technologies and Platforms w w w.Maritimerecon.com "A good mix of navy, Coast Guard and industry speakers, “An excellent opportunity to providing a very comprehensive view of MpA capability. A good learn more about products, insight on the gaps and where MpA are going in the future." programmes and operational Martin Darkins feedback.” BAE Systems Mario Caruso Italian Navy General StaffSponSorSTel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 FAx: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 eMAIl: DEfENCE@IqPC.Co.Uk
  2. 2. Welcome to Defence iQs 9th annual Maritime Senior international reconnaissance and Surveillance Conference. Speaker panel inCluDeS: Conference Chairman: Air CommodoreMrS 2011 will allow delegates to: Garry Porter, Former Assistant Director Transformation, Joint Air Power Hear how the Canadian armed Forces, indian Coast Guard, Competence Centre Vice Admiral rinaldo Veri, Commander philippines armed Forces, South african air Force, Allied Command naples, NATo Hq turkish navy and italian navy are looking to procure and Vice Admiral ferdinando Sanfelice di Monteforte, Member ofzise pens Team, upgrade reconnaissance assets in light of recent operations European Defence Agency to improve Maritime Domain awareness Brigadier General Jesus V Lomeda Jr Assistant Deputy Chief-of-Staff for Discover how the united kingdom is looking to expand its Communications, electronics and Information Systems (AJ6) maritime ISr capability in light of the Strategic Defence and Armed forces of the Philippines Security review and how the gap in iSr provision will (AfP)rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano, Commander of the philippine Fleet, be met in the short term PHILIPPINE NAVY Analyse the latest developments from a variety of rear Admiral Norman r Hayes, Director of Intelligence, Headquarters, United international operations, including operation unified States European Command (J-2) protector, operation ocean Shield and operation atalanta Brigadier General wiseman Mbambo, Director of Air Capabilities and plans, Assess the utility of non-traditional iSr platforms for SoUTH AfrICAN AIr forCE Confirmed: rear Admiral, INDIAN improving maritime surveillance, and how the intelligence CoAST GUArD from these assets can be incorporated into the wider Group Captain Paul Atkinson, Chief of Staff Maritime Air, NATo Maritime maritime domain picture Command Northwood wing Commander Gary Soul, Capability Underwater Fixed Wing, Uk MoD Geographical Captain Jose Nieves, Breakdown: Deputy Director, National Maritime Intelligence Centre Major ryan ward, Multi-sensor Imagery reconnaissance, Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron 1, US Marine Corps Major robert Trerice, Air requirements 3-4, CANADIAN DND Cemal Evci, MelTeM project lead, Undersecretariat of Defence, TUrkISH MoD George J. DeCock, Director, Int’l eo /Ir Sensors, L-3 wescam Luc Audoore, AGSr operations Manager, CAE Aviation C. Sardaro, Air Systems, Selex Galileo C. Siardi, UAS, Selex Galileo klaus-Peter Leinauer, Vp Sales and portugal 1% France 3% Israel 3% Business Development, rUAG Aviation Brunei 1% Spain 6% United Arab emirates 2% Thomas Zimmermann, Business Director Italy 13% norway 1% Switzerland 2% Defense Applications, Aerodata AG Captain (ret) Gideon Landa, Brazil 1% The netherlands 5% India 1% General Manager, AeW Division, Germany 7% Canada 7% Belgium 1% IAI/ELTA Systems Ltd. United States 15% Sweden 6% luxembourg 1% Atle Holm, product Manager Airborne Surveillance, Norwegian Special Mission United Kingdom 18% South Africa 4% poland 2% ove Njøten, Senior engineer, Norwegian Costal Administration Steve Enewold, Vice president and program Manager, BAMS UAS program, w w w. M a r i t i m e R e c o n . c o m Northrop Grumman Corporation - Aerospace Systems Achim Leukel, Senior Manager ServiceWho has attended Maritime reconnaissance and Surveillance in the past? Concepts, CassidianMilitaries nATo northwood Headquarters Industry organisations elettronica nATo Undersea research Centre elisra GroupAllied Maritime Command naples Aerodata AG nATo nUrC eurocopterCanadian DnD AeroStrategy netherlands royal navy Galileo AvionicaCanadian Forces Agusta Westland portuguese Air Force IAI el TA Systems ltd.estonian Border Guard Airbus Military portuguese navy Infoterra GmbHeuropean Commission Alenia Aeronautica royal Air Force Innovative Data Solutionseuropean Defence Agency Almaviva S.p.A. royal navy InSIMAr, S.l.Finnish navy Atlas elektronik GmbH royal netherlands Air Force l-3 CommunicationsFrench Air Force BAe Systems SA national Defense Force Interoperability lockheed MartinFrench navy Boeing Defence UK ltd. Development northrop GrummanInternational Maritime organisation (IMo)Italian Air Force Spanish Air Force Boeing Integrated Defense Systems CAe Aviation raytheon Book andItalian Military Spanish navy Swedish Coastguard Cassidian rUAG Saab AB pay byItalian national Armament DirectorateItalian naval Air Force Swedish Space Corporation CeS Creative electronic Systems SA DrS Technologies SAp UK limited 24th JuneItalian navy US Air Force US navy eADS Selex Galileo Thales and savenational Maritime Intelligence Center UK MoD elbit Systems ltd. The Boeing Company €450Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 eMAIl: DEfENCE@IqPC.Co.UkFAx: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 WeB: www.MArITIMErECoN.CoM
  3. 3. MaritiMe reConnaiSSanCe anD This reflects the procurement of modern, increasingly quiet submarines in the Mediterranean and Asia-Pacific regions SurveillanCe – SeCtor report 2011 and has led operators to seek an airborne ASW capability torecent years have seen a marked shift in the character of deliver realistic tactical training for their own submariners andthe MpA market. While some high-end operators maintain safeguard transit routes. This has in turn seen types sucha requirement for large, long-endurance anti-submarine as the ATr 72, Dash 8 and Cn-235 styled as adaptable andwarfare/anti-surface warfare (ASW/ASuW) platforms capable affordable sub-hunters.of covering vast expanses – such as the p-8A poseidon – the A new genre of flexible, lightweight MpA missions systems –real growth has been in a new generation of smaller, more based on commercial off-the-shelf (CoTS) software, sensors,affordable coastal surveillance aircraft optimised for maritime computers and displays – are on offer from european systemdomain awareness in the littoral. houses to meet the need for robust performance at anThese are typically based on commercial or utility transport acceptable price. At the upper end, they may incorporate aairframes (notably twin turboprops in the mould of the Airbus very respectable ASW and/or ASuW capability. At a minimum,Military Cn-235 and C-295, the Alenia Aeronautica/eADS ATr they will be outfitted with radar, electro-optical/infrared (EO/72 and Bombardier’s Dash 8 series), adapted business jets (such IR) sensors, an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver as the Dassault Falcon 50) or, at the lower end, light twins in and communications link, integrated within a tactical missionsthe style of the Beechcraft King Air. system, to enable effective surveillance, identification, picture compilation, reporting and data recording…..However, industry insiders have witnessed a rekindling ofinterest in ASW mission-equipped MpAs in recent years. Visit www.MArITIMErECoN.CoM to download the full report for free!Pre-Conference Focus Day: 20th September 2011INforMATIoN SHArING, kNowLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND DATA fUSIoN08.30 Coffee and registration 11.20 Maritime Surveillance and Information Sharing at US AfrICoM: Supporting NATo and Non-NATo09.00 removing the Letterbox from Maritime ISr Maritime operations Provision: Data fusion, knowledge Management • AFRICOM’s mission and the subsequent importance of and Intelligence Sharing for Improved Maritime facilitating and regulating the flow of information Domain Awareness between the US navy and its African allies • Fulfilling the need for a coherent, commonly recognised • Technical and security barriers that have posed a maritime picture allied maritime missions, whilst challenge for improved maritime domain awareness and simultaneously maximising inter pillar interoperability steps taken to minimise these issues • E xpanding on open design principles to facilitate allied • Outline of new offices being established to assist with intelligence sharing and knowledge management, as well knowledge management and information sharing as ensuring the flow of information to and from non difficulties and future avenues of work to promote european, regional partners partnerships with African nations • Outlining demonstration work to date, and avenues of Captain Phillip Heyl, Senior US Coast Guard future work to improve the system representative, US Africa Command Vice Admiral ferdinando Sanfelice di Monteforte, Member of the Wise pens Team, European 12.00 Networking Lunch Defence Agency 13.40 Capability vs flexibility: The future of09.40 Distributed, and Collaborative Multi Sensor Data Maritime ISr Assets fusion and Tracking for Improved Maritime • Given that organic ISR assets can be deployed much more Situational Awareness (MSA) rapidly, is the emphasis gradually changing from large • A collaborative approach to the problems in MSA fixed wing MPA’s to smaller, more flexible rotary wing information sharing, information overload, and unmanned platforms? information variety. • With current budget limitations, do maritime patrol • Development of a “Fusion on Demand” concept for aircraft need to be capable of fulfilling an ASW/AShW Data Fusion. role, or could this be done better by other • Towards improved interoperability of fused products specialist platforms between Fusion Centres, ISr platforms, and deployed units. • How much can non-traditional ISR assets contribute Dr Steven Horn, Maritime Situational Awareness, to the maritime intelligence picture and how much of the NATo UNDErwATEr rESEArCH CENTrE ISr requirement can these assets take on? • To what extent has the “limiting factor” in domain10.20 Coffee and Networking Break awareness shifted from the platform/sensor10.40 Satellite Imagery in support to the EU Maritime combination towards data management issues? operation – EU NAVfor Panel Session • Producing timely imagery intelligence products using 14.20 Chair’s Close and End of focus Day satellite imagery and imagery from other ISr assets • EUSC’s work in support to GMES maritime activities. Patricia romeyro Mascarenhas, project officer, European Union Satellite Centre (EUSC) oFFICIAl MeDIA pArTner MeDIA pArTnerSTel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 eMAIl: DEfENCE@IqPC.Co.UkFAx: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 WeB: www.MArITIMErECoN.CoM
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CONFERENCE agenda DAY onE: 21st SEPTEMBER 201108.30 CoffEE & rEGISTrATIoN 13.40 required Assets for Maritime ISr Provision in the09.00 Chairman’s opening remarks Asian-Pacific Air Commodore Garry Porter, Former Assistant • outline of current assets utilised by the philippines Director Transformation, Joint Air Power armed forces for ISr provision around the philippines Competence Centre coast line • e xisting capabilities gaps and urgent requirements to09.10 Maritime Domain Awareness during operation provide improved domain awareness Unified Protector • planned avenues of procurement: UAVs, rotary • An outline of mission parameters for Operation Unified wing, long-range patrol aircraft, radar and protector and the contributing nations communication systems • Assets utilised for maritime reconnaissance in the area Brigadier General Jesus V Lomeda Jr, Assistant of operations and methods of information sharing Deputy Chief-of-Staff for, Communications, electronics • examples of successful interdictions over the past 6 months and Information Systems (AJ6), Armed forces of • Difficulties emerging from operations and steps the Philippines (AfP) being taken to improve domain awareness through greater communication 14.20 operations around the Philippines Archipelago Vice Admiral rinaldo Veri, Commander Allied and Beyond: feedback from the Philippines fleet Command, naples, NATo Hq • Assessment of threats facing the philippine’s extensive coastline: piracy, Terrorism, Smuggling, Disaster and09.50 Priorities for US EUCoM: Assessment of operations Illegal Fishing off the North Coast of Africa and Implications for • How interagency cooperation is currently, and will Larger Information Sharing Efforts continue, to assist in the pursuit of complete maritime • An overview of US assets taking part in operations domain awareness off the north coast of Africa and what lessons have • lessons learned from recent operations, both domestic been identified for ISR provision in a joint operations and international environment rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano, Commander of the • Building the foundations for the next joint maritime philippine Fleet, Philippine Navy operation: J2 perspective on how shared maritime domain awareness can be improved, and how eUCoM is 15.00 Supporting Maritime Domain Awareness looking to build towards this Through Inter-Agency Cooperation • What policy initiatives are needed to promote • Methods and structures for removing bottlenecks and intelligence sharing across allied nations to improve the improving communication flow between agencies depth and breadth of information provision? • Outline of current projects being undertaken at the rear Admiral Norman r Hayes, Director of national Maritime Intelligence Centre and best practise Intelligence, Headquarters, United States European for dealing with operational realities Command (J-2) • The difficulty in making information interoperable, actable and searchable in real time10.30 organic Air Assets for the Italian Navy: • Beyond the armed forces of the United States: Examination of rotary wing and Tactical promoting partnerships with other nations UAV requirements Captain Jose Nieves, Deputy Director, National •outline of current Italian naval commitments and the Maritime Intelligence Centre ISr assets used to support these missions • The utility of Italian eH101 Merlin in recent 15.40 CoffEE & NETworkING Mediterranean operations, including operation 16.10 Large Area over-water Surveillance using HD EoIr Unified Protector • requirements for large Area Surveillance (lAoWS) • Assessing the requirement for an organic, tactical • Sensors and tools for lAoWS level UAV to improve short range ISr provision • Actual videos of lAoWS and Detection/recognition/ Commander Maurizio Loi, Commander of the 3rd Identification of Targets Helicopter Squadron, Italian Navy • Anti piracy operation Atalanta Challenges11.10 CoffEE & NETworkING George J. DeCock, Director, Int’l eo/Ir Sensors, L-3 wescam11.30 Manned and Unmanned Maritime Surveillance Luc Audoore, AGSr operations Manager, CAE Aviation • A combined manned and unmanned approach to territorial or blue waters maritime surveillance 16.50 The future of Maritime ISr for the Uk Armed • Stand-off multispectral surveillance from target force: Life after Nimrod 4 detection to target identification • outline of the nimrod 4 programme and the planned • The manned platform-agnostic AToS surveillance system capability enhancement it was to provide over • The unmanned Falco UAS for maritime surveillance role existing assets C. Sardaro, Air Systems, Selex Galileo • Breaking down the required ISr capability into its C. Siardi, UAS, Selex Galileo component parts: What capabilities are priorities for the UK?12.10 Maritime Surveillance in Norway: • How will the immediate shortfalls in maritime ISr • Norwegian Special Mission Airborne Surveillance provision be met over the next 2-5 years product for Maritime Surveillance – the SeaHunter 8000 • Can unmanned systems provide adequate flexibility • Maritime Surveillance Operation - Combining to operate as the primary ISr providers in the requirements from Coastal Administration, Coast Guard maritime environment and norwegian Clean Seas Association for operating wing Commander Gary Soul, Capability Underwater Companies (noFo) Fixed Wing ,Uk MoD • Privatized operation, contracted to private AOC operator Sundt Air. efficient multi mission surveillance 17.30 outsourced Services for Maritime Surveillance using modern aircraft and surveillance equipment and reconnaissance tailored to meet the challenging operation requirements • Airborne ISR - domain, market segments and value chain in norwegian waters. • ISR turnkey solutions according to customer Atle Holm, product Manager Airborne Surveillance, requirements and budget Norwegian Special Mission • Customer benefits from industry participation in ove Njøten, Senior engineer, Norwegian Coastal ISr operations Administration Achim Leukel, Senior Manager Service Concepts, Cassidian12.50 NETworkING LUNCH 18:10 CHAIr’S CLoSE AND END of DAY oNETel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 eMAIl: DEfENCE@IqPC.Co.UkFAx: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 WeB: www.MArITIMErECoN.CoM
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CONFERENCE agenda DAY TWO: 22nd SEPTEMBER 201108.30 CoffEE & rEGISTrATIoN 12.30 NETworkING LUNCH09.00 Chairman’s recap 13.30 AEw&C System for Maritime Domain Superiority Air Commodore Garry Porter, Former Assistant and Battle Management Director Transformation, Joint Air Power • Air Force and navy Missions Analysis Competence Centre • AeW&C Blue Water Missions • AEW&C Configuration for Maritime Missions 09.10 The Indian Coast Guards requirement to • AeW&C operational Concept for Maritime Missions Dramatically Enhance Maritime ISr Provision Captain (ret) Gideon Landa, General Manager, • An explanation of planned Indian force structure to AeW Division, IAI/ELTA Systems Ltd. integrate new p8 Multi Mission Aircraft alongside new medium-range surveillance aircraft to replace 14.10 Canada’s Maritime Patrol Aircraft replacement the Bn-2A Islanders Programme: An Assessment of the options • Combining the force: Improving interagency cooperation • An assessment of Canadas current maritime aircraft between the Indian Coast Guard, the Indian Air Force inventory and requirements for the next generation and the Indian navy of MpA • An assessment of plans for expansion and platform • options in an age of austerity: Upgrade existing aircraft, procurement to meet security requirements over the procure new airframes, or look to convert other craft in next decade service within the air force? Confirmed flag officer, Indian Coast Guard • Testing to date, and future avenues of investigation Major robert Trerice, Directorate of Air requirements09.50 Dealing with an expanding threat: Piracy in 3-4, Canadian DoD South Africa’s coastal waters • Searching beneath the global maritime security 14.50 Do 228 New Generation – A Proven Solution for “iceberg threat” Special Mission Applications • Regional imperatives for an appropriate maritime • An overview of the Dornier 228 Special Mission Aircraft surveillance capability in recent operations • Assessing the threat from piracy and smuggling to the • New Concept for an Airborne Coastline Control System waters of southern Africa • Aircraft and system performance: Assessment of sensor • S.A. Defence Capability and RSA industry alignment capabilities and mission flexibility with maritime ISr requirements klaus-Peter Leinauer, Vp Sales and Business Brigadier General wiseman Mbambo, Director of Development, rUAG Aviation Air Capabilities and plans, South African Air force 15.30 CoffEE & NETworkING10.30 CoffEE & NETworkING 15.50 MELTEM Project: Progress to Date on Turkey’s11.00 Mq-4C Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Next Generation ISr Programme Unmanned Aircraft System (BAMS UAS) • purchasing new Cn-235’s for surveillance of the Turkish • BAMS UAS is key to the U.S. Navy’s Integrated Maritime exclusive economic Zone and ASuW and ASW missions patrol concept and will be the mainstay of U.S. navy • procuring and integrating the Airborne Maritime Maritime ISr from 2015 and beyond Situation and Control System (AMASCoS) into existing • BAMS UAS persistence and coverage makes it the most Cn-235 assets and new ATr-72 ASW assets cost effective surface surveillance option available • planned timeline for service, and how existing ISr • U.S. Navy/Northrop Grumman team is working synergy requirements are being met whilst the current fleet is with Global Hawk U.S. Air Force team to deliver maximum being retrofitted with new sensors value and commonality Cemal Evci, MelTeM project lead, Undersecretariat • The BAMS UAS program is on track for First Flight in the of Defence, Turkish Ministry of Defence summer of 2012, and on track for IoC in 2015 Steve Enewold, Vice president and program Manager, 16.30 Non-Traditional Maritime ISr in Support of the BAMS UAS program, Northrop Grumman Corporation - United States Marine Corps Aerospace Systems • The evolving role of the AV-8B Harrier - incorporation ISr provision with existing CAS role to support landing forces11.40 The Contribution of MPrA to NATo’s operation • Utilising the AV-8 platform and video streaming to ocean Shield provide a rapid, responsive and organic ISr/MIr/pID • operation oCeAn SHIelD overview asset against surface threats • Current nATo assets and commitments • operations in which the AV-8B has been implemented • MPRA C2 challenges and lessons identified successfully, and planned developments for ISr provision • Managing the MprA ISr product to enable decision within the Marine Corps superiority Major ryan ward, Multi-sensor Imagery Group Captain Paul Atkinson, Chief of Staff Maritime reconnaissance, Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Air, NATo Maritime Command Northwood Squadron 1, US Marine Corps12.20 Airborne Special Missions in the 17.10 CHAIr’S CLoSE AND END of DAY Two Mediterranean Area • Actual challenges in the Mediterranean Area • Frontex Mission Hermes 2011 • Airborne Mission Assets for Multi-role Special Mission Aircrafts Visit www.Maritimerecon.com Thomas Zimmermann, Business Director Defense Applications, Aerodata AG to Download various interviews, podcasts, articles and more on Maritime reconnaissance and Surveillance for Free!Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 eMAIl: DEfENCE@IqPC.Co.UkFAx: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 WeB: www.MArITIMErECoN.CoM
  6. 6. POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP DAY: 23rd SEPTEMBER 2011workSHoP A workSHoP B workSHoP C9:00-11:30 12:00-14:30 15:00-17:00Non-Traditional ISr for the Improving Interoperability Challenges of I4Sr in theMaritime Environment Between MDA Information Asia Pacific region and MDAMany assets now utilised by the military Producers, Consumers, and The maritime dynamics of the Asia Pacific offer a capability beyond their original Everything in Between region are complex and require careful analysis. The disputed areas in the Southintent, meaning that whilst there is a It is widely accepted that to achieve China Sea have added to the tensions of thechanging emphasis from data collection global Maritime Domain Awareness, littoral countries who feel threatened by anto data distribution, such considerations information sharing is required, or imposing China. The modernisation of the plA-n has been assessed as a destabilisingneed to place the maritime ISr need at least, information sharing has factor in regional security architecture.within a wider, joint context. The the potential to improve global MDA. The proliferation concerns have beenintroduction of inherent ISr capability Also, the variety and quantity of MDA compounded with the recent aggressiveon most new platforms (for example, information that is being produced behaviour of north Korea which allegedlythe Joint Strike Fighter) will broaden the is continually increasing. legacy sank a South Korean ship roKS Cheonan on 26th March 2010.number of assets that can contribute systems cannot, or will not be able toto the domain awareness picture, keep up with the immense amounts of post 9/11 and Mumbai terror attacks,challenging the traditional structures maritime nations are acutely aware of the information. The aim of this workshop danger from asymmetric threats, which posein provision and use of intelligence. would be to develop solutions to address a serious challenge to maritime security the problem of interoperability between agencies in thwarting attacks on iconicGiven that anyone with a digital camera MDA systems, which will facilitate symbols, property and innocent citizens.and an internet connection on a surface What is more, while a lot of attention is being information sharing.vehicle is potentially an intelligence paid to the acts of piracy now off Somalia,contributor, the maritime information Traditionally, this problem consisted safety of navigation in the Malacca Straitsparadigm could be about to shift. mainly of developing common messaging was a serious issue until the countries in the region came together to put an end to standards and networking technologies,this workshop will assess the degree this menace .The need of the hour is to build but modern systems contain massive a robust ISr architecture by collaborativeto which non-traditional iSr sources amounts of information, a large variety efforts and by harnessing the strengths ofare likely to develop for maritime the regional players which should result in of information, and advanced analysisreconnaissance in the immediate enhanced levels of confidence in safe and products based on this information. It isfuture, and to what extent these secure seas. apparent that a smarter way of sharingassets need to be addressed in a this workshop will address the information between MDA systems issimilar manner to those operating in following challenges facing the asia- required.the land environment. pacific region in light of developments this workshop will deliver a technical over the past 5 years:Led By: Air Commodore Garry insight into the work being done by 1. Maritime Dynamics in the Asia Pacific Porter, former assistant director 2. Growth of navies in the region and nurC, and provide the opportunitytransformation, Joint Air Power impact on ISr for attendees to not only learnCompetence Centre 3. regional collaborative efforts and from nato’s work but provide an their efficacyair Commodore Garfield porter joined theraF in 1978. a navigator, he has served input into the technology that will 4. Issues of South China Sea andas a crew captain, Flight Commander and ultimately be used by nato allies impact on MSASquadron Commander on the raF’s nimrodMaritime patrol aircraft amassing some 5500 world-wide. 5. Growth of navies and Coast Guards of China and India and impact onflying hours. He was awarded the Queenscommendation for valuable Service in the air Led By: Dr Steven Horne, Maritime regional security.for the Search and recue operation following situational awareness, NATo 6. Examination of specific major acquisitionthe piper alpha oil rig disaster. plans of major navies in the region UNDErwATEr rESEArCH CENTrE and their impact 7. examination of UnCloS by stake holders in the region including extra regional players. ing. 8. Anti piracy measures in the region “The speaker s were very good and I found the content stimulat 9. Technological issues of importance that This was my first confere nce of this kind and I will be attendin g more.” may tilt the balance in favour of those Bernard t Davenh ager who posses them ch South African Counci l for Scienti fic and Industr ial resear Led By: Commodore r S Vasan, head of strategy and security studies, Centre for Asia Studies ABoUT DEfENCE Iq Defence iQ is an authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military-related topics. Sourcing interviews and insights directly from senior military and industry professionals on air defence, cyber warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and many more topics, Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platform to discuss and learn about the latest developments within the defence sector. 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  7. 7. Sponsors and Exhibitors Associate Sponsors CAE Aviation CAe AVIATIon is a luxembourg company founded in 1971 with a share capital of 800.000 € and an annual turnover of €13 Million. It has a staff of more than 80 employees, operating 14 single and multi-engine aircraft shared between three departments. The AGSr department handles all Aerial Surveillance and reconnaissance and Maritime Surveillance missions for nATo and the European Union, and some Ministries of Defence. This department includes a cell of highly qualified Imagery Intelligence Analysts. CAe AVIATIon has currently among others a detachment in the Somali Bassin as part of the eU Anti-piracy operation ATAlAnTA CASSIDIAN - Defending world Security Cassidian, an eADS company, is a worldwide leader in global security solutions and systems, providing lead Systems Integration and value-added products and services to civil and military customers around the globe: air systems (aircraft and unmanned aerial systems), land, naval and joint systems, intelligence and surveillance, cyber security, secure communications, test systems, missiles, services and support solutions. In 2010, Cassidian – with around 28,000 employees – achieved revenues of € 5.9 billion. eADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. In 2010, the Group – comprising Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian and eurocopter – generated revenues of € 45.8 billion and employed a workforce of more than 121,000. IAI ELTA Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is Israel’s largest aerospace industry, offering over 400 products and more than 1,000 technologies and services, with yearly sales in excess of three billion dollars. Technologies developed by IAI for the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) have led to major breakthroughs in product development. IAI/elTA Systems ltd., a group and subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries, is one of Israel’s leading Defense electronics companies and a global leader in a variety of military technology areas. IAI/elTA operates as a Systems House, utilizing a broad spectrum of electromagnetic sensors (radar, electronic Warfare and Communication), integrated systems and critical in-house technologies. elTA Systems ltd. is a world leader in providing military and para-military armed forces with superior systems for decision superiority and theater dominance. elTA Systems solutions and systems are deployed to perform network Centric Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and reconnaissance, early Warning and Control, Communications and Command & Control, Defense and Self-protection and Fire Control, in peace and in wartime elTA’s G-550 Conformal AeW&C (CAeW) System introduces exceptional level of performance in early warning, tactical surveillance and real time & accurate signal Intelligence. L-3 wESCAM l-3 WeSCAM’s Mx-Series is a modular family of turreted eo/Ir/laser surveillance and targeting systems. The series offers: 1080p imaging resolution * up to 20 KG Installed Weight Savings * 24/7 eo Imaging * Increased range & Haze penetration * Ability to Steer, point & Track to Targets with ease. WeSCAM’s Customer Service: 24 hour technical support, Mx- raid Diagnostic testing, Worldwide Service Centers (WSC’s) and a team of highly skilled Field Service representatives (FSr’s) all work together to ensure customers have access to the information and support they need to keep operations successful. Certifications include: AS9100 and ISO 9001 Northrop Grumman northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in aerospace, electronics, information systems, and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide. northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems sector, home of the BAMS UAS program, is comprised of 24,000 employees and is the premier provider of manned and unmanned aircraft, space systems, missile systems and advanced technologies critical to US national security. please visit www. northropgrumman.com for more information about northrop Grumman’s products and services. Norwegian Special Mission (NSM) our name is our game and we are determined to provide the best possible solutions for Airborne Special Missions. We are flexible and devoted to tailor our products and services to the customer’s needs and specific requirements. NSM is conveniently co-located with our sister companies Pegasus Helicopter and Sundt Air at oslo International Airport, in a modern hangar and office facility. Sundt Air is norway’s largest executive Charter Air Carrier and Special Mission operator, which includes Maritime patrol and navaids Flight Inspection missions. With this group we can perform maintenance and modification of fixed wing aircraft and helicopter for special mission applications. The UnIFIS 3000 product family is established as the benchmark in Flight Inspection worldwide. With new and innovative solutions, nSM extends its capabilities to Maritime patrol with the SeaHunter 8000 product family. nSM’s track record is extensive and over the last 5 years we have completed or are in the process of delivering more than 30 Special Mission systems in a wide range of aircraft types. The Sundt Aviation Group has all the products, capabilities and financial strength to be your safe and reliable turn-key supplier of Special Mission equipment and services. rUAG Aviation rUAG Aerospace Services GmbH, located in oberpfaffenhofen near Munich is the German subsidiary of rUAG’s Aviation division. Being a leading international technology company, rUAG is privately owned by the Swiss Confederation with currently 7.700 employees. The expertise of Germany’s RUAG Aerospace Services GmbH is the development, production, qualification and MRO of aircraft, helicopters and their components. The re-launched Dornier 228 aircraft, the Do 228nG (new Generation), is an enhanced version of the classic Do 228-212 model featuring among other improvements a fully digital avionics suite with 4 eFIS screens and powerful Tpe 331-10 engines with newly developed 5-bladed propellers. The Do 228 has proven to be a versatile and economic sensor platform enabling operators to a variety of special mission configurations for Reconnaissance and Surveillance as well as SAR and Medevac. SELEX Galileo Selex Galileo, a Finmeccanica company, is a leading player in defence electronics, and delivers airborne mission critical systems and a full ISTAr capability for the battlespace to its customers. providing state-of-the-art solutions across air, land and sea, Selex Galileo’s product portfolio covers detection, tracking, targeting, navigation, and imaging, and complete systems include situational awareness, self-protection, command and control and unmanned vehicle systems. Selex Galileo has developed, retains and fully owns its most important technologies and is always pursuing innovation. The Company employs 7,000 people with operations in the United Kingdom, Italy, United States and Saudi Arabia. Technology Demonstration Sponsor Aerodata Aerodata AG designs, produces and integrates special mission systems and avionics for Airborne surveillance, search & rescue and flight inspection. Special mission aircraft and helicopter equipped with Aerodata workstations and equipment consoles are mainly in use for airborne surveillance in the domain of • border/coastal/fishery patrol • search & rescue applications. Aerodata’s airworthy Aerophone® enables worldwide voice and data communication via the Iridium satellite network. The Aeronav/C® offers smart GpS based position and attitude reference for special mission equipment. featured Exhibitor SSC Airborne Systems The SSC MSS 6000 Airborne Maritime Surveillance System is used for real-time monitoring of sea surface activities. Typical missions include surveillance for the protection of the Exclusive Economic Zone, oil spill tracking, border control, fishery surveillance, ship traffic control and search and rescue. The MSS 6000 comprises a field proven suite of sensors integrated with dedicated mission management software. All data is integrated in the operator interface and can be sent via satellite link in real time to command centres or other units. The systems is in operation on different types of aircraft such as the Dornier 228(Finland), leT 410(estonia), Bombardier 415(Malaysia) and Dash 8(Canada). Website: www.sscspace.com United States National Maritime Intelligence Center In January 2009, the United States’ Director of national Intelligence established a national Maritime Intelligence Center (nMIC) to facilitate information sharing and collaboration across the Global Maritime Community of Interest (GMCoI) to support initiatives related to the maritime domain. nMIC works at the national and international level to close analytic and collection gaps, develop information sharing solutions, advise policydevelopment and research transformative technologies that support unity of effort. nMIC neither collects nor produces intelligence. It breaks down barriers to information sharing and creates enabling structures and cultures to set the conditions for the GMCoI to optimally share data. www.nmic.gov If YoU woULD LIkE To SPoNSor or EXHIBIT AT THE EVENT CALL: +44 (0) 207 368 9500 or EMAIL: SPoNSor@IqPC.Co.Uk. 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  8. 8. 9th Annual maritime reconnaissance Conference Days: 21st-22nd September 2011 5 WAYS TO REGISTER and surveillance 2011 Pre Conference Focus Day: 20th September 2011 Post Conference Workshops: 23rd September 2011 Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or The Courtyard Rome Central Park, Rome, Italy +44 (0)20 7368 9300 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 My registration code is: pdfw Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration code Post: your booking form to above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. 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