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SMi Group's MilSatCom Middle East & Africa conference & exhibition returns for a second year in Dubai next February

SMi Group's MilSatCom Middle East & Africa conference & exhibition returns for a second year in Dubai next February

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  • 1. SMi Group - The Organisers of Global MilSatCom present the 2nd Annual MilSatCom Middle East & Africa 24 - 25 February 2014 AMWAJ ROTANA, JUMEIRAH BEACH RESIDENCE, DUBAI “The leading MilSatCom Middle East Event bringing you in contact with key decision-makers in the MilSatCom Industry” BOOK BY BER VEM 29TH NO 0 SAVE £10 KEYNOTE ADDRESSES FROM: Brigadier Syed Zulfiqar Ali, Commander, Strategic Command of Pakistan Lieutenant Colonel Ali Alshehhi, Manager, Space Reconnaissance Centre, UAE Armed Forces Colonel Katala, Tanzanian People's Defence Forces OTHER CONFERENCE SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Omran Sharaf, Director of Space Image Processing & Analysis, EIAST WHY ATTEND THIS EVENT: • Hear direct from the United Arab Emirates Space Reconnaissance Centre about their projects and benefit from their expertise • Learn about new SatCom projects in the Middle East and where you can invest in the future of satellite technology in this region • Get an insight into the issues faced by the MilSatCom industry including space debris and how to combat it • Explore new developments in SatCom in Africa and network with the Nigerian Navy • Investigate how MilSatCom evolves along the chain from the academic research into the finished working product and how academics can help design the best products • Hear about the future of MilSatCom - Telehealth capability and the benefits for the defence forces Nico Stephan, Director and General Manager, LSE Space ME Speaker to be Confirmed, UK MoD* Group Captain Lanre Oluwatoyin, Director, Directorate of Space Technology, Armed Forces of Nigeria Sethu Menon, Researcher, Space Policy Institute Dr Mohamed Mahmoud, Researcher, Integrated Systems Engineering Department, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences Riaz Lamak, International Director Benchmarking & Validation, GVF Christopher Baugh, President, Northern Sky Research Hannes Potgieter, Product Manager, VASTech Anthony J. Colucci, Vice President Marketing & Sales, Space Systems Loral *Subject to final confirmation POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP - 26 FEBRUARY 2014 Flexible, Cost Effective, Multi-Mission Commercial Solutions for Military Forces Hosted by: Shady Ahmed Ali, Business Development Director for MEA at SatCom Direct and Nathan Andrews, Business Development Manager, SatCom Direct International 09.00 - 13.30 SPONSORED BY: www.milsatcom-mea.com Register online or call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 BOOK BY 30 NOVEMBER AND SAVE £100
  • 2. www.milsatcom-mea.com DAY ONE I 24 February 2014 08.30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Mazen Nassar, Installation Training Lead for the Middle East, Global VSAT Forum SATCOM DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST 09.10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Military Applications in Satellite Communications • Current usage of MilSatCom in military operations • Overcoming MilSatCom difficulties in the terrain • Comparison on its use in developed and under developed nations • Reliance on commercial satellites in view of difficulties / non availability • Future plans for SatCom in Pakistan Brigadier Syed Zulfiquar Ali, Commander, Strategic Command of Pakistan 09.50 HOST NATION KEYNOTE ADDRESS 1 Development of EO satellite Industry in the Middle EastAfrica regions • Historical review • Demand growth • Availability and cost constraints • Future prospects Lieutenant Colonel Ali Alshehhi, Manager Space Reconnaissance Centre, UAE Armed Forces 10.30 HOST NATION KEYNOTE ADDRESS 2 Development & Use of DubaiSat-2 • EIAST Future Development Plan • Earth observation Applications • Space System Development at EIAST Omran Sharaf, Director of Space Image Processing & Analysis, EIAST 11.10 MORNING COFFEE 11.30 SATCOM for critical defense and security missions • Scope of the considered operational cases • Communications availability and security when deploying and moving in critical environment • Broadband secure services with the combination of SATCOM and 4G (LTE) technologies • Illustration of operational cases and the previous solutions benefit Patrick Heuline, Head of Mobile Communication Marketing, Thales 12.10 Forecast and Expectations of Government SatCom in the Middle-East • What demand exists for MilSatCom products and services in the MEA region? • What is the uptake in the maritime, aero and UAV markets, both now and in the future? • What commercial supply exists, and is this a hindrance to the growth curve? • What impact do shifting geopolitics have on MilSatCom demand in the region? Christopher Baugh, President, Northern Sky Research 12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH MILSATCOM OPERATIONS 14.20 UK MOD Military Satellite Communications – The Current Operational Perspective and Next Generation Capability Strategy • Information Superiority: The role of MilSatcom in enabling Information Superiority and Defence Transformation delivering military capability better • The Current Operational Perspective: The Nature of Current Operations and The Challenges and Impact of Returning to Contingent Operations • MilSatCom Next Generation Capability Strategy: Next Generation – Requirements, Capabilities, and Opportunities, UK MilSatCom after 2022 and what other alternatives are there? Speaker to be Confirmed, UK MoD* 15.00 Reserved for sponsor 15.40 AFTERNOON TEA THE FUTURE OF MILSATCOM IN INDIA 16.00 Medical Emergency Tele-health SatCom usage • Air force TeleHealth • Disaster Management Registry Repurposing Military assets for Emergency response Riaz Lamak, International Director Benchmarking & Validation, GVF 16.40 Strategic Communication • Overview of satellite capability at Antrix • Examples of best practice in SatCom • Liberating SatCom networks for commercial and military usage Senior Management, Antrix Corporation 17.20 Worldwide Ground Stations Network: A Commercial & MilSatCom Asset • Worldwide Ground Stations Network: Definition & Introduction • Flexible Solutions for any type of SatComs Mission • Add-On Services leading to a Successful Mission Nico Stephan, Director & General Manager, LSE Space ME 18.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE *Subject to final confirmation Register online at www.milsatcom-mea.com • Alternatively fax your registration to
  • 3. www.milsatcom-mea.com DAY TWO I 25 February 2014 08.30 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS: Mazen Nassar, Installation Training Lead for the Middle East, Global VSAT Forum MILSATCOM FOCUS IN AFRICA 09.10 AFRICAN KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Tanzania People’s Defence Forces Update • Current usage of MilSatCom in operations • Overcoming MilSatCom difficulties in the terrain • Future plans for SatCom in Tanzania Colonel AS Katala, Tanzanian People's Defence Forces 09.50 VASTech: Satellite analysis and monitoring solution set for the international government and law enforcement market • Monitoring satellites: is it more trouble than it’s worth? • VASTech: Addressing the stumbling blocks of fragmented products and solutions • Better analysis, classification and searching of information on signals • Improving the workflow of the satellite monitoring process Hannes Potgieter, Product Manager, VASTech 10.30 Developing a MilSatCom Roadmap for Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) • AFN MilSatCom Vision, Goals and Objectives • Current AFN MilSatCom efforts • AFN and Nigerian Communications Satellite Project • Roadmap for AFN MilSatCom Projects • Prospects and Challenges Group Captain Lanre Oluwatoyin, Director, Directorate of Space Technology, Armed Forces of Nigeria 11.10 MORNING COFFEE 12.20 Comms on the move and Comms on the pause: How to benefit from both Introduction of comms on the move • Communications on the pause: Man pack, flyaway, DSNG, trailers, vehicle mount, panel antennae • Communication on the move: Marine, Land, Air - The rising popularity of comms on the move: Demand, commercial and military • Connectivity all the time - Challenges of comms on the move: Quality of service, Technological advancement and Usage • Effective marketing of Comms: Market trends, Market sectors and regions Mazen Nassar, Installation Training Lead for the Middle East, Global VSAT Forum 13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH ORIGINS OF SATCOM AND SMALL SATELLITES 14.20 Small Satellite Business: An academia to industry spin-off • Small satellites research at universities • Successful spin-off companies examples • The business model of small satellite companies • Market analysis of the small satellite business Dr Mohamed Mahmoud, Researcher, Integrated Systems Engineering Department, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences 15.00 Future Technique for Small Satellite Testing • Classical Technique for Small Satellite Testing • Novel Technique for Small Satellite Testing • Expected gains between the ancient and the modern Techniques Mohamed Ibrahim, Director of Satellite systems development & Test laboratory, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences MILSATCOM TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS 11.40 PANEL DISCUSSION: Advances in high throughput satellite technology for commercial and military applications • Advances in HTS technology are lowering the cost per bit equation for satellite broadband capacity. The panel will discuss how these new economics will benefit consumer, enterprise and military applications and the satellite operators in the Middle East region who are offering these services. The panel will address the value of dedicated high throughput (broadband) satellites versus multi-mission satellites with smaller HTS payloads and how government organizations can work with satellite operators to maximize the value of commercial leases. Chair: Mazen Nassar, Installation Training Lead for the Middle East, Global VSAT Forum Anthony J. Colucci, Vice President Marketing & Sales, Space Systems Loral 15.40 AFTERNOON TEA FACING MILSATCOM CHALLENGES HEAD-ON 16.00 Outer Space Environment: Congenital Relation between Space Debris and Satellites: A Legal Overview • Link between Space Debris and Space Projects • Importance of Satellites and Need for Mitigation • Defining Space Debris • Question of Liability and Economics of Mitigation Sethu Menon, Senior Researcher, Space Policy Institute 16.40 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
  • 4. NEW FOR 2014 - A NEW EXCLUSIVE REGIONAL WORKSHOP 09.00 - 13.30 | 26th February 2014 Flexible, Cost Effective, Multi-Mission Commercial Solutions for Military Forces Overview of workshop: With a focus on aeronautical applications; this session provides attendees with information about commercial satellite communications and its ability to support the broad, multi-mission, parameters often imposed by government upon their military forces. This session provides a brief introduction to the commercial “SatCom” concept, but focuses on the identification of cost effective and operationally flexible solutions that provide enhanced redundancy in an economically austere environment. Programme 09.00 Commercial SatCom 101: • What is it? • How does it work? • Available networks. • Government / Military and Commercial Interoperability • OPSEC • Value added services The Solution • Roll-on / Roll-off solutions: flexible, cost effective and redundant • The technology • Demonstration • Upgrades, modifications and maintenance • Operational Performance and Capability 12.45 Applications and Case Studies • Multi-mission capability: tactical, intelligence, administrative, welfare and public safety. • Border Protection • Command and Control • Tactical Planning • Disaster recovery • “Whole-of-government” briefings • Multi-agency intelligence exchange 13.15 Panel Questions and Close Introduction – SatCom Direct: • Background and Overview 09.45 11.30 Registration & Coffee 09.30 Why should you attend this workshop: This session will equip you with the knowledge necessary to accurately and responsibly strategize the implementation of a proven commercial capability in to your current operational context. At the conclusion of the session, you will better understand why commercial SatCom solutions should be an integral part of your communications portfolio and identify exactly how this capability can meet the demands of a sometimes uncertain operational tempo, but ever evolving operational scope. You will also have an understanding of the cost effective, flexible and proven roll-on / roll-off solutions that provide an immediate SatCom capability in a fraction of the time and at a greatly reduced cost. 10.10 Coffee Break 11.00 The Need • Multi-mission requirements • Multiple platforms: C-130, C-17, P-8, P-3, Dash-8, King Air, Pilatus, Dornia, Rotary Wing. • Operating contexts: Domestic and International • Specific applications (Military & Government) About your workshop leaders Shady Ahmed Ali, Business Development Director for MEA at SatCom Direct Born and raised in Egypt, Shady has completed his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the American University in Cairo (AUC) then started an early career by working as a Technical Product Engineer for Vodafone (GSM Operators) for 2 years followed by another 2 years at the same company as a Pre-sales Manager after receiving PMP certification for Alkan in Satellite Communication. Shady then moved to Qatar to become a Business Development Manager at QSAT Communication (the first satellite communication company certified and licensed by ICT Qatar), his job description included but was not limited to managing all technical solutions, designing and delivering 2 way satellite communication globally for Aljazeera news for the Arabic, English and even the live channel. Shady also managed Satellite Communication links for Qatar Petroleum (QP) and RASGAS. Shady’s career in the aviation sector started as a consultant for Qatar Airways by upgrading the Satellite communications systems for their commercial fleet during that period he received several certifications from Inmarsat, Iridium, Thuraya, Yahsat and Intelsat, he was more involved in the business aviation industry through accepting a job at SatCom Direct as the Business Development Manager for the Middle East, during which SatCom Direct’s customer base has expanded widely in the Middle East and Africa, 6 months later Shady was promoted to become a Business Development Director for Middle East and Africa. Nathan Andrews, Business Development Manager, SatCom Direct International Born in New Zealand, Nathan spent his formative years living at the base of the Southern Alps before moving to Australia where he completed his secondary school education. After completing his secondary school studies, Nathan embarked upon a lengthy and varied career in the Australian public service that spanned military, federal law enforcement, diplomatic and aid organizations. With a focus on domestic and international special operations, Nathan has deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, East Timor and the Solomon Islands as part of Australia’s “whole-of-government” response to regional and international crisis. Nathan has worked alongside a multitude of international military and intelligence organizations, as well as entities from the private sector engaged as part of global multi-lateral operations. Nathan has also participated in critical elements of Australia’s Customs and Border Protection response. Nathan augmented his extensive operational experience by completing an undergraduate degree in Security and Counter-Terrorism and a Master’s Degree in Strategic Intelligence and National Security. Nathan’s focus with SatCom Direct is to provide a business development capability to the company’s business aviation interests generally, as well as providing targeted and operationally relevant advice regarding the application of core “SatCom” technologies and capabilities to the full suite of government and military mission parameters including C2, C3, C4ISR, maritime surveillance and realtime tactical planning solutions. About SatCom SatCom Direct is a privately held company founded in 1997, headquartered in Satellite Beach, Florida. The company provides global satellite communications to business aviation, military aviation - including Heads of State, NATO and DOD - general aviation, land mobile and maritime customers. The company also provides land mobile and handheld satellite equipment to emergency response and media outlets as well as recreational users travelling to remote locations with limited cellular and data network coverage. SatCom Direct pioneered 10-digit dialling service to aircraft in flight, known as their Global One Number service. This technology allows callers on the ground to reach any handset onboard an aircraft in flight by dialling a single telephone number no matter where the aircraft is located. Today, the company provides nose to tail value-add services to their aviation customers, including cockpit datalink service, accelerated high-speed data, real-time traffic monitoring, VoIP services, ATS position reporting and unified electronic billing. Training classes and technology seminars are available to customers who want to understand the Inmarsat and Iridium networks, hardware configuration, and troubleshooting techniques. The company is a premier Inmarsat Distribution Partner, Iridium Service Partner and ViaSat’s preferred reseller, supporting more than ninety percent of all corporate flight departments. With a dedicated in-house software engineering team, the company is able to design new technologies. Testing is carried out onsite in the company's SatCom lab using the same equipment installed on most business aviation aircraft. SatCom Direct continues to advance all available services from the flight deck to the cabin – making SatCom Direct the leader in aeronautical SatCom service.
  • 5. Register online at www.milsatcom-mea.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE SPONSORED BY Harris CapRock www.harriscaprock.com Harris CapRock Communications is a premier global provider of managed satellite and terrestrial communications solutions, specifically for remote and harsh environments including the energy, government and maritime markets. Harris CapRock owns and operates a robust global infrastructure that includes teleports on six continents, five 24/7 customer support centers, local presence in 23 countries, and over 275 global field service personnel supporting customer locations across North America, Central and South America, Europe, West Africa and Asia Pacific. SSL www.ssloral.com SSL has a long history of delivering reliable satellites and spacecraft systems for commercial and government customers around the world. As a leading provider of commercial satellites, the company works closely with satellite operators to provide spacecraft for a broad range of services. Billions of people around the world depend on SSL satellites every day. For more information, visit www.ssloral.com. Thales www.thalesgroup.com Thales is a global technology leader for the Defence & Security and the Aerospace & Transportation markets. In 2012, the company generated revenues of €14.2 billion with 65,000 employees in 56 countries. With its 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design, develop and deploy equipment, systems and services that meet the most complex security requirements. Thales has an exceptional international footprint, with operations around the world working with customers and local partners. VASTech www.vastech.co.za VASTech provides and supports competitive integrated satellite solutions that extract intelligence by acquiring, storing and analysing massive data to reduce cross border, serious crimes and terrorist activities. VASTech is a preferred and independent global supplier of massive data acquisition, utilization and value extraction solutions, recognized internationally as leading edge innovator. Vocality www.vocality.com As a network router manufacturer specialising in satellite communications, Vocality has capabilities that extend beyond just network routing, including RoIP for extending push to talk networks into modern IP infrastructure, MilSatCom solutions for secure voice and data, and the latest in high performance VoIP, all with bandwidth efficiency at its core. SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Alia Malick on +44 (0) 20 7827 6168 or email: amalick@smi-online.co.uk Want to know how you can get involved? Interested in promoting your services to this market? Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 (0) 207 827 6106, or email: spatel@smi-online.co.uk Official Media Partners Official African Online Media Partner Supporting Media Partners
  • 6. MILSATCOM MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 24 - 25 FEBRUARY 2014 | AMWAJ ROTANA, JUMEIRAH BEACH RESIDENCE, DUBAI POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 26 FEBRUARY 2014 4 WAYS TO REGISTER www.milsatcom-mea.com FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, 2nd Floor South, Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS EARLY BIRD □ DISCOUNT □ BOOK BY 31 OCTOBER AND SAVE £300 OFF CONFERENCE PRICE BOOK BY 29 NOVEMBER AND SAVE £100 OFF CONFERENCE PRICE CONFERENCE PRICES Unique Reference Number Our Reference LV D-044 DELEGATE DETAILS Please complete fully and clearly in capital letters. Please photocopy for additional delegates. Title: Forename: GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE I would like to attend: (Please tick as appropriate) MILITARY, GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC SECTOR □ Conference & Workshop □ Conference only □ Workshop only Price Total £1498.00 £899.00 £599.00 COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS Surname: Department/Division: □ Conference & Workshop □ Conference only □ Workshop only Company/Organisation: PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE DISTRIBUTION Email: □ Distribution of your company’s promotional Job Title: Company VAT Number: literature to all conference attendees Address: £2298.00 £1699.00 £599.00 £999.00 + VAT £1198.80 The conference fee includes refreshments, lunch, conference papers and access to the Document Portal containing all of the presentations. Town/City: Post/Zip Code: Country: Direct Tel: Direct Fax: DOCUMENTATION Mobile: Switchboard: Signature: Date: I agree to be bound by SMi's Terms and Conditions of Booking. ACCOUNTS DEPT Title: Unable to travel, but would like to watch the conference live, ask questions, participate as if you were in the room. Price Total □ Access to the conference documentation on the Document Portal £499.00 + VAT £598.80 □ The Conference Presentations - paper copy £499.00 £499.00 (or only £300 if ordered with the Document Portal) Forename: PAYMENT Surname: Email: Payment must be made to SMi Group Ltd, and received before the event, by one of the following methods quoting reference D-044 and the delegate’s name. Bookings made within 7 days of the event require payment on booking, methods of payment are below. 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