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"Military satellite systems are key enablers for US information superiority and net- centricity. To achieve optimal satellite communications, you need to leverage current satellite capabilities for ...

"Military satellite systems are key enablers for US information superiority and net- centricity. To achieve optimal satellite communications, you need to leverage current satellite capabilities for next generation satellite networks.

2010 is the year when several new MILSATCOM initiatives are set to be developed and deployed. IDGA’s Fourth Annual Military Satellites Summit will focus on the policy, requirements and acquisition needed to enable future opportunities for partnerships for next-generation satellite communications systems.

At this event, you have the opportunity to gain knowledge of the following critical issues:

Current generation satellite requirements vs. next generation satellite networks
Closing the gap between project requirements and resources
Upgrade and integration of communications assets
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    Military Satellites Summit Military Satellites Summit Document Transcript

    • Obtain thelatest information presents a training conference: on current and future plans! 4th Annual MILITARY SATELLITES TM April 27 - 28, 2010 | Washington DC Metro Area Attend focused discussions with this year’s key decision-makers: Gain insight into the latest MILSATCOM initiatives by Rear Admiral Elizabeth Young, USN – Director, Systems Engineering, National Reconnaissance Office, OSD attending sessions on: Bruce T. Bennett, SES – Program Executive Officer, SATCOM, • Joint Space Communications Layer Teleport and Services, Networks and Information Integration, DISA • Expansion of DoD and commercial Colonel Charles Helwig, USAF – Commander, Satellite Control SATCOM capabilities and Network Systems Group, Space and Missile Systems Center, Air Force Space Command • Commercial satellite and payload acquisition Colonel Patrick Rayermann, USA – Director, Communications – Functional Integration Office, National Reconnaissance Office, OSD • Integration of ISR and navigation systems Wayne Curles – Program Manager, Communications Satellite Program Office, Space Systems PEO, US Navy • Enhanced communications for warfighters on the ground Media Partners: www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com
    • 4th Annual Who You Will Meet TM IDGA’s Military Satellites is a forum on the MILITARY SATELLITES revolutionary challenges the SATCOM community currently faces to develop and deploy next-generation satellite systems. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with an audience of military, government, academic and private sector leaders from the • C4ISR April 27 - 28, 2010 • Washington DC Metro Area • Space programs • Aerospace research • Remote sensing Military satellite systems are key enablers for US information superiority and net- • Radars and antennas centricity. To achieve optimal satellite communications, you need to leverage • Satellite operations current satellite capabilities for next generation satellite networks. • Program evaluation • Defense procurement 2010 is the year when several new MILSATCOM initiatives are set to be • Information assurance developed and deployed. IDGA’s Fourth Annual Military Satellites Summit • Space Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) will focus on the policy, requirements and acquisition needed to enable future • Bandwidth capabilities and requirements opportunities for partnerships for next-generation satellite communications systems. • And many more At this event, you have the opportunity to gain knowledge of the following critical issues: • Current generation satellite requirements vs. next generation satellite networks About IDGA • Closing the gap between project requirements and resources The Institute for Defense & • Upgrade and integration of communications assets Government Advancement (IDGA) is a non-partisan information-based • And many more! organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense through live conferences and events. We bring together speaker panels and events Optimize the lines of communication by discussing your program needs, capabilities comprised of military and government professionals while and future goals with the rest of the satellite community. Don’t miss out on the attracting delegates with decision-making power from chance to be part of a group of engineers, program managers, and key military, government, and defense industries. For more information, please visit www.idga.org. decision-makers as you propel toward the goal of coherent satellite systems– register today by logging onto www.militarysatellitessummit.com or calling 1-800-882-8684 Get more from IDGA.org! In addition to our live events, IDGA also offers 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: an online community dedicated to providing defense industry professionals with breaking 1 Web: www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com news, business opportunities, 2 Email: info@idga.org introductions, podcasts, webinars, and presentations from key industry leaders. Members of our online community 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 are able to extend their live 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day event experience and interact with the defense industry by 5 Mail: IDGA leveraging the opportunity to network, share ideas, best 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 practices, and business solutions. Join our community today at www.idga.org! Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Still Available! For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting please contact Angela DiNatale at 212-885-2761 or sponsorship@idga.org. Dress Code: PRICING FOR THE 2-DAY SUMMIT Military personnel are kindly requested to be in uniform. Appropriate attire for Industry is business casual. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA Military, Government, and Academia*: A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. $899 by March 19th 2010 and $999 thereafter * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. Industry: $999 Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase *Main Summit NOT include government contractors. Contractors are considered This category does Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 11771.003 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be Team Discounts* subject to cancellation. Please refer to www.idga.org/cancellation for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. 5 or more 15% ©2010 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined trademark of IDGA. with any other discount. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. 2 www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com
    • Main Summit Day One Main Summit Day Two Tuesday, April 27, 2010 Wednesday, April 28, 2010 7:30 Registration & Coffee 7:30 Registration & Coffee 8:30 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 8:15 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:45 Next Generation Warfighting Communications Capabilities 8:20 Upgrade and Integration of Communications Assets • Modernizing and sustaining the Air Force's Satellite Control Network • SATCOM and service acquisition support Systems (AFSCN) • Efficient application, planning, programming, budgeting and execution of Keynote • Assuring responsive, effective, satellite support to warfighting forces resources • Providing highly reliable command and control to support satellite launch • Engaging with senior leaders in government and industry to facilitate and satellite operations in surveillance, navigation, and communications strategic application of assets and services in support of the warfighter Keynote Colonel Charles Helwig, USAF, Commander, Satellite Control and Network Bruce Bennett, SES, Program Executive Officer, SATCOM, Teleport Systems Group, Space and Missile Systems Center, Air Force Space Command and Services, Networks and Information Integration, DISA 9:30 MILSATCOM Operational Requirements 9:05 Defense Satellite Communications System • Status of the Joint Space Communications Layer (JSCL) ICD/CONOPS – AoA • Integrating space operations • Current MILSATCOM program status • Leveraging joint capabilities to enhance C4ISR • MILSATCOM: what comes next? • Navy plans and requirements for space security and defense Colonel Michael Lakos, USAF, Chief, MILSATCOM Requirements, Rear Admiral Elizabeth Young, USN, Director, Systems Engineering, MILSATCOM Command Lead, Directorate of Requirements, National Reconnaissance Office, OSD Headquarters Air Force Space Command 9:50 Networking Break 9:50 Networking Break 10:35 Integration of Intelligence, Surveillance, Observations and 10:35 Transformational Communications Architecture: A New Vision Navigation Systems • Some insights on how to bring architectures to reality • Obtaining an accessible common maritime awareness picture • The need for a flexible, agile architecture • Compiling and fusing inputs from multiple data sources that contain New Initiatives Focus • Key aspects of preparing and presenting a post-TSAT architectural vision relevant maritime information on vessels, people, cargo and infrastructure Colonel Patrick Rayermann, USA, Director, Communications – • Ensuring successful information sharing Functional Integration Office, National Reconnaissance Office, OSD Chris Dwyer, Superintendent, Space Systems Development Department, US Naval Research Laboratory SATCOM at Work 11:20 Geo-Global Policy and Programmatics • Current MILSATCOM capabilities and key trends in warfighting needs 11:20 Tracking Ships, Terrorists and Pirates • Expanding the role of commercial SATCOM • How the Navy satellite system currently tracks more than 70,000 ships • Integrated, end-to-end solutions sailing the world's oceans Colonel Charles Cynamon, USAF, Advanced Concepts Group, Military • Enhancing technologies to help identify and stop terrorist threats as early Satellite Communications Systems Wing, Air Force Space Command and far from U.S. shores as possible, and to spot other potential trouble on the high seas before it happens 11:40 Lunch Joint Session: Rear Admiral Elizabeth Young, USN, Director, Systems Engineering, 12:45 Overview of Commercial RFI’s and Program Upgrades National Reconnaissance Office, OSD •Enhanced MILSATCOM technical opportunities - a post TSAT perspective •Commercial satellite/payload acquisition - aligning the business case Chris Dwyer, Superintendent, Space Systems Development Joseph Vanderpoorten, Technical Director, Military Satellite Department, US Naval Research Laboratory Communications systems Wing, Space and Missile Systems Center, Air Force Space Command 12:05 Lunch 1:15 Improving Bandwidth Efficiency for Satellite-Based IP Bandwidth Efficiency 1:05 Panel Discussion: MILSATCOM and the Way Forward Take part in a panel discussion pertaining about the future of military satellite Networks networks. In this interactive panel, you will be able to ask questions on current • New and evolving techniques for increasing bits/hertz on satellite links capabilities, technology advancements, and SATCOM initiatives moving forward. • Use of TDMA to support IP statistical multiplexing • Reducing IP overhead on constrained links Panel Members include: • Performance enhancing proxies SPACECOM Panel Colonel Michael Lakos, USAF, Chief, MILSATCOM Requirements, • Data compression at the application level MILSATCOM Command Lead, Directorate of Requirements, Burt Liebowitz, Principal Engineer, MITRE Headquarters Air Force Space Command Colonel Patrick Rayermann, USA, Director, Communications – 2:45 Networking Break Functional Integration Office, National Reconnaissance Office, OSD Colonel Charles Cynamon, USAF, Advanced Concepts Group, Military 3:30 Supporting Forces On-the-Move with 3G and Satellite Communications Enhanced Network Communications Satellite Communications Systems Wing, Air Force Space Command •Overview of the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) Program Joseph Vanderpoorten, Technical Director, Military Satellite •Improving ground communications capabilities for U.S. forces on the move Communications systems Wing, Space and Missile Systems Center, by adapting a commercial 3G wideband cellular phone network with Air Force Space Command geosynchronous satellites Wayne Curles, Program Manager, Communications Satellite Program 2:00 Networking Break Office, Space Systems PEO, US Navy 2:45 Space Force Enhancement 4:15 Satellite Networking for Naval Battlegroups • Capabilities and limitations of communications satellites •Information operations • Requirements of next generation systems to achieve capabilities envisioned •Leveraging joint assets for satellite imagery and networking Keynote on the future battlefield •Battle group interoperability testing • Provision of transformational capabilities to enable information superiority Michael Rupar, Section Head / Electronics Engineer, Information and net-enabled operations Technology Division, Naval Research Laboratory Colonel Lee-Volker Cox, USAF, Director of Operations and Exercises, 14th Air Force (Air Forces Strategic), Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA 5:00 End of Main Summit 3:30 Asset Tracking Using LEO Satellites • Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) Space Traffic Control • Provision of low-cost, low-size, weight, and power (SWAP) position, velocity, time (PVT) information • Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) system and Globalstar data messaging infrastructure Stanley Kennedy, Jr., Comtech AeroAstro, Inc. 5:30 End of Main Summit Day One 3 www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com
    • 4th Annual IDGA MILITARY 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 SATELLITES TM April 27 - 28, 2010 | Washington DC Metro Area Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Gain insight into the latest MILSATCOM initiatives by attending sessions on: • Joint Space Communications Layer • Expansion of DoD and commercial SATCOM capabilities 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: • Commercial satellite and payload acquisition 1 Web: www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com 2 Email: info@idga.org • Integration of ISR and navigation systems 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day • Enhanced communications for warfighters on the 5 Mail: IDGA ground 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor 11771.003/D/AD New York, NY 10017 Obtain the latest presents a training conference: information on current 4th Annual and future plans! MILITARY SATELLITES TM April 27 - 28, 2010 | Washington DC Metro Area www.MilitarySatellitesSummit.com