SMi’s 14th Annual CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION 2012 Tuesday 27th November - Thursday 29th November 2012, Millennium Conference Centre, London, UK KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Mr. Bruce Bennett, Program Executive Officer Brigadier General Pitre R. R., Director General Space, for SatCom, Teleport & Services, DISA Canadian Forces MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS INCLUDE Commandant Christophe Le Garff, SYRACUSE Systems Architect, DGA France Captain Giovanni Battista Durando, Navigation, Colonel Andrew Weate, Chief, Architecture and Analysis Surveillance and Communication Satellite Systems Division (J9), DoD Executive Agent for Space Staff, USAF Director, Italian Navy Malcolm Green, Chief CAT 9 NII Communication Colonel Seyit Guvenc, Chief of TGS SatCom Systems Infrastructure Services, NC3A Department, Turkish Air Force David Steare, International Affairs, Space and What is the Future for Broadband Tactical Satellite Captain (RNLN) Ulrich Berrevoets, Program Manager www.globalmilsatcom.com Cyberspace Division, USAF Communications? NL Military Satellite Communication, Defence Materiel Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Organisation, The Netherlands MoD Policy, Defence Policy Division, MoD Japan Colonel Mario Arancibia, Rationalization and Peter Malmberg, Satellite Specialist, Danish Defence Development Directorate, Chilean Air Force Acquisition and Logistics Organisation Rodolphe Paris, CIS Project Officer, European Defence Colonel Christophe Debaert, SYRACUSE Programme Europe’s Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals Agency Director, DGA France Dr. Mohammed Alahbabi, Information Communication Commander Andy Rayner, SO1 Strategic Networks, Technology (ICT) Advisor, United Arab Emirates Armed PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 26TH NOVEMBER 2012 | 13.00-17.00 C4ISR Capability Branch, UK MoD Forces Lieutenant Colonel Holger Lüschow, Dr. Pham Anh Tuan, Director, Vietnam National Federal Ministry of Defence, Germany Satellite Center (VNSC) In Association with: To keep updated with programme developments or to reserve your place, please visit: GOLD SPONSORS: Alternatively call us on +44 (0) 870 9090 711LEAD SPONSOR BOOK BY 6TH JULY AND SAVE £500 | BOOK BY 28TH SEPTEMBER AND SAVE £100
SMi’s Global MilSatCom – Europes Leading Military Communications Global MilSatCom Exhibition CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN DAY ONE DAY TWO DAY THREE Gerard Donelan, Christopher Baugh, Martin Jarrold, Head of Public Sector Chief Executive Officer, Chief of International Projects, SES ASTRA Northern Sky Research Programme Development, GVFINDUSTRY SPEAKERS Dave Bettinger, CTO and Tac Bartlett, Director, Defence and Security Pierre Gaudemet, MilSatCom & Governmental SatCom Prospective Europe, iDirect Manager, Thales Alenia Space Koen Willems, Strategic Marketing Director Government & IP Trunking, Patrick Rayermann, Senior Director of Strategy & Development, Newtec Orbital Sciences Corporation David Furstenberg, Chairman of the Board, Novelsat Nigel Chandler, Head of UK Sales, SatCom Systems & Solutions, Dr. Robert Pearson, Managing Director, Astrium Services Cobham Technical Services Gordon McMillan, Director Government Services, Global Xpress Simon Kershaw, Executive Director Telecom Governmental, Astrium Programme, Inmarsat Services Mr. Robert Tipton (Tip) Osterthaler, CEO, Brad Boston, Senior Vice President, Event for Satellite Professionals Cisco Satellite Solutions SES Government Services Daniel Losada, Senior Director, Moshe Tamir, Vice President of Defense and Homeland Security, Hughes Network Systems Gilat Satellite Networks Mark Dale, Vice President of Product Management, Dylan Browne, Telecom Governmental, Comtech EF Data Astrium Services A SatCom event designed around the needs of the military market Ray Brough, Vice President, Defence and Enterprise Sales, Justin M. Keller, Advanced Programs Director, Global Communications Avanti Communications Group Patrick Heuline, SatCom & Tactical Networks Head of Marketing, Systems, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Thales Communications & Security Jean-François Leprince-Ringuet, Chief Commercial Operator, Eutelsat Global MilSatCom is the ultimate platform for companies to showcase their products and services. Spend time meeting and exchanging ideas with military representatives and commercial peers to make the most of your time at the show. The conference is supported by a busy exhibition hall where you can see the latest technologies and advances in equipment and services presented by the industry’s leading suppliers. Meet with these industry leaders to get ideas and contacts and see how their latest products can put you at the forefront of the MilSatCom arena. Target your market! Limited exhibition space remaining! Sold out in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. For information on how you can get involved, please contact Sadia Malick, Director, Defence on +44 (0) 207 827 6748 or EXHIBITORS e-mail: email@example.com
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE 08.15 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH SPONSORED BY 08.40 14.10 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Gerard Donelan, Head of Public Sector Projects, Military SatComs in the Next Decade: An Insight into the Factors that will SES ASTRA Shape Market Demand, Drive Technology and Enable New Service Propositions WESTERN & NORTHERN EUROPE SESSION • New approaches for SatComs 08.50 • What’s evolving in the commercial military SatComs market? The Bundeswehr Military Satellite System (SATCOMBw) • Exploring military Ka-band opportunities • The scope and concept of operations Simon Kershaw, Executive Director Telecom Governmental, • Current status and capabilities Astrium Services • Challenges and solutions for German SatCom • Summary and the way ahead for the programme Lieutenant Colonel Holger Lüschow, 14.40 Federal Ministry of Defence, Germany An Overview of Italian Military Satellite Programmes • Sicral-1B: Continuing operations until 2019 09.20 Syracuse III Update, Cross-Domain C2 Management and the Next • Memorandum of Understanding: The provision of UHF and SHF-band Generation of French MilSatCom: The Forecast and Challenges capacities to NATO forces • The Syracuse III requirement: Flexibility, scalability and security • Sicral-2: Future operations to 2026 • The payload: Utilising SHF (super high frequency) and EHF (extremely • The Bracciano control centre and program management high frequency) bands • The capability: Transfer speed, enhanced security and interoperability with Captain Giovanni Battista Durando, Navigation, Surveillance and other NATO countries Communication Satellite Systems Director, Italian Navy • Ensuring capacitive and adapted end-to-end systems • Operating a three dimensional user ground segment 15.10 • The challenging way forward and solutions Colonel Christophe Debaert, SYRACUSE Programme Director, & Maximizing Satellite Bandwidth Commandant, DGA France • Fastest data rates: More than twice as fast as the next best solution Commandant Christophe Le Garff, SYRACUSE Systems Architect, • Widest pipe: The only ones that can handle 72Mhz at onceDay One Tuesday 27th November 2012 DGA France • Most compelling ROI: In a matter of weeks, not years 09.50 David Furstenberg, Chairman of the Board, Capacity & Versatility: Key Qualities of Next Generation MilSatCom Novelsat • Impact of changing usage patterns and the role of commercial MilSatCom • Greater mobility: is L-band the answer? Is there a technology shift? 15.40 • Greater bandwidth: Is Ka-band the answer? Capacity & versatility assessments SESSION RESERVED FOR THE NETHERLANDS MoD • Strategy Drivers: Operations, budgets and technology development Captain (RNLN) Ulrich Berrevoets, Program Manager NL Military Gordon McMillan, Director Government Services, Global Xpress Satellite Communication, Defence Materiel Organisation, Programme, Inmarsat The Netherlands MoD 10.20 MORNING COFFEE SPONSORED BY GILAT 16.10 AFTERNOON TEA SPONSORED BY 10.50 New Platform Choices with High Throughput Satellite Capacity and its 16.40 Practical Implications on MoD Requirements Be Ready for More Data: How to Increase Efficiency across Satellites for • HTS and spot beam satellites capacity platform choices and how to respond to new platform requirements Beyond Line of Sight ISR Operations • How new capacity choices have practical implications on equipment SWP • ISR airborne platforms (size, weight and power) combined with bandwidth efficiencies and a • Increasing data rates through video and data in ISR applications migration path for future MoD requirements • Budget cuts in government and the defence market Dave Bettinger, CTO and Tac Bartlett, Director, Defence and Security Europe, iDirect • Increasing efficiency across satellites • Inclined orbit satellites 11.20 Koen Willems, Strategic Marketing Director Government & IP HOST NATION SESSION: UK MoD Military Satellite Communications Today Trunking, Newtec and in the Coming Decades- Briefings and Panel Discussion Intro and Overview • Team introductions 17.10 • Current SatCom Requirements Military Satellite Communications in a Small Country • Strategic changes in the last 12 months • Applications and purpose: Why Denmark uses satellites The Operational Perspective • The nature of contemporary operations • Applied satellite capacity: Frequency bands and civilian / military usage • Management of IS capabilities and requirements • SatCom Systems to be used for land operations • The contingent operations challenge • SatCom Systems to be used for maritime operations • Enduring challenges for information superiority Peter Malmberg, Satellite Specialist, Danish Defence Acquisition Delivering the Solutions and Managing the PFI Contract • The operational drivers and constants and Logistics Organisation • How the MoD delivers and assures SatCom services • Recent achievements and the next challenges 17.40 Prioritising Defence’s Needs and Satisfying the Wider Needs of the User Ka-Band: Right Here, Right Now • Deployment of capabilities at short notice • Prioritising air time within the user community • The right coverage – Fixed and steerable • UHF channel assignment • The right applications – Land mobile/COTP/UAVs MilSatCom Capability Strategy • The right hardware – It’s available • Optimising capabilities within the PFI concession period. • Cost efficiency – It’s more than affordable • Emerging capabilities. • Looking to beyond 2022 – what are we likely to need? • Rain fade – The reality • What other alternatives are there? Ray Brough, Vice President, Defence and Enterprise Sales, UK MoD Future Beyond Line Of Sight (BLOS) Programme Update Avanti Communications Group • Concept phase activities • BLOS programme overview • Update on UK/French cooperation option 18.10 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF Q&A Panel Discussion CONFERENCE DAY ONE UK MoD Speakers and Panelists Commander Andy Rayner, SO1 Strategic Networks, C4ISR Capability Branch, Commander Jason Baggaley, CIO-J6 Ops1, Lieutenant Colonel Gareth Smith, BLOS Requirements Manager and 18.20 NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION Senior Representatives from Permanent Joint Headquarters J6 SPONSORED BY Staff and the Information Systems & Services Networks Team *subject to final confirmation
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE 08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 11.50 PANEL DISCUSSION: Military Solution Choices and Budget Priorities 08.45 This interactive panel discussion will examine the solutions choices available to military agencies around the globe given the need to balance CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS ever increasing application requirements and budget restrictions, as well Christopher Baugh, CEO, as regional shifts in demand. The session will start with a brief market Northern Sky Research outlook from NSR, issues to consider and themes to discuss. Specific questions to be answered include: NATO & NORTH AMERICA SESSION • Will co-sharing among nations (a lá the WGS-9 arrangement) be the model to follow going forward? • Will national (e.g. Syracuse) or regional programs take precedence over 08.50 multinational arrangements (WGS-9)? NATO Vision and Strategy for Next Generation Satellite Services • Where do commercial SatComs fit into the overall scheme of things? • NATO SatCom Post – 2000 (NSP2K), lessons learned thus far • What is the overall impact of the U.S. Pivot Strategy towards Asia in terms of • Meeting NATO’s changing level of ambition beyond NSP2K planning, procurement and solution choices for other countries? • Will the Paradigm/Skynet model work in other regions? If so, how and who • Service-based core investment versus adhoc crisis-driven extensions will be the major players? • Role of national SatCom programmes, multinational initiatives Chaired By: • Acquisition horizon, contracting vehicles Christopher Baugh, CEO, Northern Sky Research Malcolm Green, Chief CAT 9 NII Communication Infrastructure Panelists: Rodolphe Paris, CIS Project Officer, European Defence Agency Services, NC3A Patrick Rayermann, Senior Director of Strategy & Development, Orbital Sciences Corporation 09.20 Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Policy, Defence KEYNOTE ADDRESS: The Future of US Military SATCOM Policy Division, Ministry of Defence, Japan • Improved commercial satellite utilization: Hosted payloads; shared 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH SPONSORED BY teleports; early adoption via Anchor Tenant Leases; commercial access to the DOD Global Information Grid 13.50Day Two Wednesday 28th November 2012 • The inclusion of commercial satellite providers in operationally responsive Advances in Satellite Communication Bandwidth Efficiency space efforts • Review recent advances in modulation, forward error correction • More effective ground architecture and remote terminal • Latest advanced algorithms and signal processing to further increase throughput and reduce required bandwidth integration technology upgrades to DoD teleports • Impact of advanced techniques on critical applications such as airborne Mr. Bruce Bennett, Program Executive Officer for SatCom, Teleport and mobile communications & Services, DISA Mark Dale, Vice President of Product Management, Comtech EF Data 09.50 14.20 An Assessment of FCSA Two Years On KEYNOTE ADDRESS: RESERVED FOR DG SPACE, CANADIAN FORCES • The first Future ComSatCom Services Acquisition (FCSA) contract awards Brigadier General Pitre R. R., Director General Space, • Task order awards under the Transponded Capacity and Managed Services Canadian Forces • The End-To-End Services contract was yet to be awarded - Has FCSA achieved its stated objectives? 14.50 Satellite Convergence with Terrestrial Networking • What actions should the government or industry take in order to ensure • Terrestrial Networking trends relevant to Satellite Communications the best possible long-term outcomes are achieved? • Achieving interoperability with wireless and IP networks Mr. Robert Tipton (Tip) Osterthaler, CEO, • Integrating SatCom with IP managed services offerings SES Government Services Brad Boston, Senior Vice President, Cisco Satellite Solutions 10.20 MORNING COFFEE SPONSORED BY 15.20 AFTERNOON TEA SPONSORED BY GILAT 10.50 15.50 SATCOM as an Enabler for Force Transformation in Future Tactical The Role of SatCom in Meeting the Information Superiority Challenge Operations • What is the information superiority challenge for the armed forces? • The assumptions and constraints of SatCom • Trends in military operations and force transformation • The options and opportunities: A former operators view on the • Next generation portable SatCom terminals for tactical applications opportunities being offered to industry • Asymmetric warfare and the requirements for intelligence gathering Nigel Chandler, Head of UK Sales, SatCom Systems & Solutions, • Enablers for integration of satellite and terrestrial systems at the tactical edge Astrium Services • Situational awareness: requirements and limitations 16.20 The Resilient Basis for SatCom (RBS) in Joint Operations Study • Increased use of autonomy and the role of SatCom in reach back for • The enterprise and architectural perspectives on DoD use of and UAVs/UGVs future plans for SatCom • Case study on radio-over-satellite system offering meshed • Near term MilSatCom investment strategy study and follow-on studies communications, situational awareness, remote sensor monitoring and • Joint space communications layer study (i.e. the JSCL analysis of video streaming, as well as infrastructure independent base station and alternatives) • Vision for the future use of COFDM mesh technology for enhanced resilience Colonel Andrew Weate, Chief, Architecture and Analysis Dr. Robert Pearson, Managing Director, Division (J9), DoD Executive Agent for Space Staff, USAF Cobham Technical Services 16.50 11.20 SESSION RESERVED FOR THALES ALENIA SPACE Pierre Gaudemet, MilSatCom & Governmental SatCom Prospective Update on the US International Wideband Global SatCom (WGS) Manager, Thales Alenia Space International Partnership • US strategic guidance 17.20 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF • WGS system description CONFERENCE DAY TWO • Program status • Partnership overview and benefits 17.30 NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION David Steare, International Affairs, Space and Cyberspace Division, SPONSORED BY USAF
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE 08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH SPONSORED BY 08.45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS 13.50 Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme Development, Turkish SatCom Capability: Göktürk-1 and Göktürk-2 GVF • Two platforms: Explaining the resolution requirements REST OF THE WORLD SESSION • The contract for the Göktürk-1s electro-optical elements • The border security delivered by Göktürk 08.50 • Frequencies and interoperability MoD Japan: Follow-on SatCom • Current status of MoD/SDF SatCom Colonel Seyit Guvenc, Chief of TGF SatCom Systems • Requirements and organization for new SatCom Department, Turkish Air Force • Next X-band SatCom project highlights • Future concept and timeline 14.20 Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Policy, Defence Policy Division, MoD Japan MilSatCom Architecture in Transition • Status of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) and Mobile 09.20 User Objective System (MUOS) programs Becoming a MilSatCom Nation • Plans and policy in Vietnam • Opportunities and Lessons: Transitioning from development to • Vietnam’s recent satellite launches affordable production • Satellite technology R&D at the Vietnam National Satellite Centre • International MilSatCom partnerships for mutual support, cost • The industry relationship Dr. Pham Anh Tuan, Director, Vietnam National Satellite Center sharing, and enhanced resilience (VNSC) • Adapting to emerging trends: National strategies, SatCom threats, Technology, Market forces and Declining national budgets 09.50 A Highway to the Future of Space Data Transfer for Changing Military • Thoughts on "Dis-Aggregated" architectures: Options for improvedDay Three Thursday 29th November 2012 Operational Demands affordability, capability, and resilience Satellite remote sensing data is and will remain indispensable for Justin M. Keller, Advanced Programs Director, Global national security, military and other agencies gathering intelligence information Communications Systems, Lockheed Martin Space Systems • How best to meet the needs of demanding military applications and Company increased pressures on data transfer capacity for growing C4ISR surveillance needs • Adapting to the fast paced changing military operations with flexibility 14.50 and instance response Operating Latin Americas Most Powerful Satellite • Enabling high speed and high capacity data relay for large volumes of • FASat-Charlie goes operational: Initial feedback from 2012 data in near real time • The emergency and crisis management requirement Dylan Browne, Telecom Governmental, Astrium Services • Civil-military cooperation on future space programmes • SSOT: A small Earth-observation satellite for the Chilean military 10.20 MORNING COFFEE SPONSORED BY Colonel Mario Arancibia, Rationalization and Development 10.50 Directorate, Chilean Air Force SESSION RESERVED FOR THALES Patrick Heuline, SatCom & Tactical Networks Head of 15.20 AFTERNOON TEA SPONSORED BY Marketing, Thales Communications & Security 15.50 11.20 SESSION RESERVED FOR GILAT Innovations in SatCom Technology for Beyond-Line-of-Sight C2 and ISR Missions Moshe Tamir, Vice President of Defense and Homeland Security, • High throughput BLOS SatCom solutions for fixed and rotary wing Gilat Satellite Networks aircraft • Microsat technology for C2 COTM and Patrol Manpack applications • Data extraction terminals for unattended missions 16.20 Daniel Losada, Senior Director, UAE and Regional Space Developments Hughes Network Systems • Potential cooperation on MENA region space programmes 11.50 • How the UAE views the region’s progression PANEL DISCUSSION: Frequency Exploitation & Bandwidth Security: • The Y1B system in practice: 2012 launch Military Applications in the C-, Ku-, X-, and Ka-band Spectrum Space & • Bandwidth and commercial requirements Fighting the Interference Challenge Dr. Mohammed Alahbabi, Information Communication This interactive panel session will examine two important issues: The current and future opportunities for military exploitation of Technology (ICT) Advisor, United Arab Emirates Armed Forces commercial capacity on current and future spacecraft with C-, Ku-, X-, & Ka-band and other high-throughput payloads; and, the increasing 16.50 focus on the protection of commercially-carried military traffic from satellite radio frequency interference. The Future Role of Satcom in Military Satellite Communications • What does commercial C-, Ku-, and X-band currently offer to the Planning military applications requirement? • Future trends in MilSatCom • What can commercial Ka-band offer to the military applications requirement? • New technologies (i.e. Ka-band) • How can the military user maximise the benefits of the service-level • The future role of commercial satellite operators in the MilSatCom and cost-benefit “game change” that is Ka-band and the new Domain generation of HTS payloads? • Profiling the satellite industry’s strategic approaches to challenging Jean-François Leprince-Ringuet, Chief Commercial Operator, & combating satellite RFI Eutelsat • Developing satellite industry-military vertical collaborative strategies on fighting interference Chaired By: 17.20 Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme Development, GVF CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE
What is the Future for Broadband Tactical Satellite Communications? PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 26TH NOVEMBER 2012Workshop Overview In Association WithSatellite links provide a key capability widely used by militarycommanders for tactical communications. UHF and L-Bandsystems are in widespread use; however, the adoption of higherfrequency, higher data rate, systems has been “the next big thing”for a number of years and, for land systems, reality has never quitematched expectations. This workshop will explore the key technicaland commercial enablers and challenges that affect the success ofhigher frequency broadband tactical services. Bringing inperspectives from satellite operators, service providers andequipment suppliers, the workshop will explore these challenges inthe context of the current pressures on defence spending and lookat the prospects for broadband tactical satellite communicationsover the next decade.Who Should Attend?The workshop is aimed at those involved in the design, specification, AGENDAprocurement, installation and use of tactical SatCom systems.Delegates will gain a broad understanding of the challenges facing 13.00the supply chain for high frequency satellite communication Registration & Coffeesystems, helping them to understand the key elements ofsuccessful systems, and to get an industry-wide perspective on theprospects for their use and deployment in the future. 13.30 Setting the scene • The insatiable demand for satellite bandwidth • Early days of satellite communications on the move (SOTM) • SOTM in the Naval environment • SOTM on military aircraft and UAVs • Tactical satellite communications on the battlefieldAbout your Workshop Leader Martin Shelley is Bid Manager at Cobham Technical 14.30 Services. With over 25 years of antenna design Networking Coffee Break experience, he has been responsible for the development of a number of different antenna systems 15.00 for satellite communications on the move. Hisextensive expertise covers a range of technologies including most What are the potential game changers?types of arrays, reflectors and low gain antennas, together with • The satellite segment – benefits and shortcomings of moving toprinted and wavelength power dividers. These skills have been Ka-Bandapplied to applications including spacecraft payloads, military • Advances in Network managementsystems & commercial wireless access systems. • Dealing with the interference issueCompany Profile: • Improving the waveformCobham is an international company engaged in the development, • Improving terminal performancedelivery and support of leading-edge aerospace and defence - More efficient RF amplifierstechnology and systems. - Smarter antennasCobham’s products and services have been at the heart of - Understanding and improving the tracking performancesophisticated military and civil systems for more than 75 years,keeping people safe, improving communications, and enhancing the 16.30capability of land, sea, air and space platforms. What does the future hold?The Company has three divisions employing more than 11,000 • A satellite operators perspectivepeople on five continents, with customers and partners in more than • An equipment suppliers perspective100 countries and annual revenue of some £1.9bn / US$3 billion. • A service provider perspectiveCobham’s tagline “The most important thing we build is trust” isreflected in the Company’s development – leveraging innovative 17.00technologies with exceptionally talented people. Close of Workshopwww.cobham.com
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLELEAD SPONSOR: SES is a world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of 47 geostationary satellites. The company provides satellite communications services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and fixed network operators and business and governmental organisations worldwide. The SES global satellite fleet is complemented by a network of teleports allowing customers to reach 99% of the worlds population. SES stands for long-lasting business relationships, high-quality service and excellence in the broadcasting industry. The culturally diverse regional teams of SES are located around the globe and work closely with customers to meet their specific satellite bandwidth and service requirements. SES (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) holds participations in Ciel in Canada and QuetzSat in Mexico, as well as a strategic participation in satellite infrastructure start-up O3b Networks. www.ses.comGOLD SPONSORS Astrium and its subsidiary companies Paradigm, LSE, GPT and MilSat Services are industry leaders with world-class services skills and prime contractor experience in military satellite communications. Astrium was the first company to offer a unique satellite services ‘one-stop-shop’, with unrivalled secure communications capability and expertise. Astrium is the world’s first commercial provider of military-specific communications services enabling governments and the military to procure secure communications as and when required. Astrium is a global space industry leader in civil and defence space systems, with a reputation for excellence and experience across all sectors of the business. Astrium employs over 15,000 people in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and the Netherlands. Astrium is wholly owned by EADS, European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company. www.astrium.eads.net Avanti Communications provides Ka-band satellite bandwidth and services for beyond line of sight applications across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. We own and operate two satellites (HYLAS 1 and 2), delivering both civil and government spectrum. Our secure earth stations are located in NATO or EU territories. www.avantiplc.com Cisco is the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. Today, networks are an essential part of business, education, government and home communications, and Cisco Internet Protocol-based (IP) networking solutions are the foundation of these networks. Innovation is core to Cisco’s product development strategy. Cisco recognizes that features and functionality provided across the network must enhance availability, interoperability, mobility, reliability, and survivability of networks and interconnected systems. Cisco provides secure voice, video, data and mobility solutions in support of military satellite communications. For more information on Cisco Internet Routing in Space, visit www.cisco.com/go/iris Cobham specializes in meeting the insatiable demand for data, connectivity and bandwidth in defence, security and commercial environments. Offering a technically diverse and innovative range of C4ISR products and services, Cobham protects lives and livelihoods, improves communications and enhances the capability of land, sea, air and space platforms. The Company has three divisions employing more than 10,000 people on five continents, with customers and partners in more than 100 countries. www.cobham.com Comtech EF Data is the leader in satellite bandwidth efficiency and link optimization. Our featured products include Advanced VSAT Series, Modems, WAN Optimization, Managed Bandwidth and RF products. We are a technology innovator and provide exceptional product quality and reliability. Our solutions enable users to reduce OPEX/CAPEX and increase throughput. www.comtechefdata.com Eutelsat When international conflicts, natural disasters and homeland security threats arise, satellite is able to respond immediately to the increased need for telecommunications capacity. The bandwidth is already in place and solutions are easily implemented. With a fleet of 27 satellites that cover the entire European continent, as well as the Middle East, Africa, India and significant parts of Asia and the Americas, Eutelsat provides highly secure global telecommunications services that are available for governments and their agencies. Applications include: Backup links, Communication networks, Data collection and transmission, Rapid emergency response, Remote and rural connectivity. www.eutelsat.com Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. is a leading provider of solutions for satellite-based broadband communications serving the needs of clients in 85 countries worldwide including top defense and HLS organizations. Gilat’s solutions include high- performance VSATs, low-profile antennas for satcom-on-the-move, and next generation solid-state power amplifiers for mission-critical defense systems. www.gilat.com Hughes is the world’s leading provider of broadband satellite networks and services. By combining the best of breed in satellite and terrestrial technologies and supporting world-class Managed Network Services, Hughes is uniquely positioned to meet the individual requirements of organisations in sectors such as government, automotive, oil and gas, financial services, IT, telecommunications and lotteries. Hughes’ Defence division, DISD, keeps troops connected beyond-the-line-of- sight – on land, in the air, and at sea. Hughes stands ready to provide the transformational satellite communication needs of the future military, today. www.hugheseurope.com and www.defense.hughes.com iDirect is transforming the way the world gets and stays connected. The company’s satellite-based IP communications technology enables constant connectivity for voice, video and data applications in diverse and challenging environments. These include supporting mobile connectivity across land, sea and air; providing rural telephony and Internet broadband; and maintaining communications in the wake of disasters and network failures. www.idirect.net With its BGAN family of L-band services, Inmarsat is the leading commercial provider of interoperable, secure and reliable mobile satellite communications to Government and military customers all over the world. In 2013 Inmarsat will launch its new global Ka-band service (Global Xpress™), with bandwidths up to 50Mbps, supporting applications such as Airborne ISR and augmenting Milsatcom systems. www.inmarsat.com Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company (LMSSC) designs, develops, tests, manufactures and operates a full spectrum of advanced-technology systems. The Global Communications Systems line of business provides communications satellites and instruments for national security, civil and commercial customers. LMSSC is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and employees 15,000 people across many locations. www.lockheedmartin.com/us/ssc.html Newtec Cy n.v./s.a. (www.newtec.eu) is a global industry leader in satellite communications, offering state-of-the-art COTS products and solutions for Government, Defence, Broadcast, Broadband Access and Trunking applications. Headquartered in Belgium, Europe, Newtec has multiple regional offices to support its track record worldwide installations, partners and customers. Over the years, Newtec has built an outstanding reputation for its innovative, quality and reliable SATCOM equipment and support. www.newtec.eu NovelSat manufactures advanced NS3™ powered Modulator, Demodulator, Modem, and ASIC for satellite transmission. NS3™ replaces older DVB-S2 technology to boosts bandwidth efficiency by 20%-62% and offer improved robustness and highest data-rate (128Kbps-358Mbps-1Gbps). NS3™technology matches DVB-S2 performance with 35% smaller antenna and offers astonishing ROI, to help mitigate drastic budget cuts. www.novelsat.com European leader in satellite systems and a major player in orbital infrastructures, Thales Alenia Space sets the global standard in solutions for space telecommunications, radar and optical Earth observation, defense and security, navigation and science. With consolidated revenues of 2,1 billion euros in 2011, Thales Alenia Space has 7,200 employees at 10 industrial sites in France, Italy, Spain, Germany and Belgium. www.thalesaleniaspace.com Thales is a global technology leader for the defence & security and the aerospace & transport markets. Thales employs 68,000 people throughout the world and generated revenues of $18.2 billion in 2011. www.thalescomminc.com
Sponsored Business Centre Networking Opportunities at Global MilSatCom Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com NETWORKING RECEPTIONS Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Adjacent to the conference centre, you will be able to visit our private business centre, sponsored by NovelSat. This will allow you to arrange meetings throughout the conference, make calls in a quiet area and provide you directly with access to emails and the internet. Europes leading independent military communications event for satellite professionals offers unrivalled networking opportunities. Leave Global MilSatCom 2012 having forged new working relationships and strengthened your current ones. • Directly engage with military representatives from around the world. • Dedicated Question & Answer sessions during the conference will Monday 26th November – Pre-Conference Drinks & Dinner - NEW to 2012 give you the opportunity to get your questions across to the people that matter. • Visit the large exhibition area to meet with your industry peers and assess the latest technologies and services on offer. • Networking breaks and lunches will allow you to discuss the key topics from the conference with your colleagues. • Networking drinks receptions pre-conference, after day 1 and 2 of the Tuesday 27th November – Drinks Reception after Conference Day One conference. Please join Lockheed Martin Space Systems for a pre-conference drinks and dinner reception at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. The evening will commence with drinks at 6.30pm, followed by a 3-course dinner. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. This is not to be missed! Wednesday 28th November – Drinks Reception after Conference Day Two Join SES Astra for a post-conference drinks reception at the close of Day One in the conservatory of the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. Discuss the key talking points from the days presentations and Q&As, network with your peers, and unwind over a drink. Commences at 6.20pm. SMis Event Communities - NEW to 2012With the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee,2012 presents a year like no other for Great Britain to celebrate. Astriuminvites its customers and industry partners to join the celebrations witha “traditionally British” cocktail reception onboard HMS Belfast. SMi Group is a global events organiser specialising in business to business conferences, workshops and masterclasses. To further enhance the SMi experience, we have launched our very own SMi Event Communities. These will be exclusive, private and secure communities in which our clients will learn, share, engage and network. The SMi Event Communities will build and expand your experience beyond the conference, workshop or masterclass that you attend. Not just another "social network”, SMi’s Event Communities have been specifically designed around the needs of our delegates, speakers and sponsors, allowing all of our clients to foster longer-term relationships with other attendees for year round engagement beyond the event. To take part all you need to do is register for this event.
Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association / publication can gain access to a global market and key military decision makers. Want to know how to get involved? Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Venue EVENT SUPPORTED BY Global MilSatCom: It’s Value “Global MilSatCom is unique in my experience in that it provides a forum which is truly international; no single country dominates the conference. Presentations are made from national militaries and commercial firms from every continent. One is able to gain a sense of the challenges which are common; the various solutions being innovated and adopted; and the convergences in many cases which exist between these diverse solutions. It also offers anintimacy that is not available in most conferences—there is always the opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues begin to establish new friendships with fellow SATCOM professionals.” What have past attendees said about Global MilSatCom? Pat Rayermann, Senior Director, Strategy & Development, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Colonel, US Army (Rtd) “Great job! Keep it up!” MoD Nigeria “One of the most worthwhile events in Europe” NATO JAPCC “Global MilSatCom is the conference and exhibition which gave me the most valuable knowledge” Luxembourg Army “All presentations were of a high standard satnews and excellent variety” E2V publishers “Good conference with lots of professional and informed speakers” South African National Defence Force The Millennium Conference Centre is located in Kensington, and is easily accessible to all major airports as well as Londons business, shopping and entertainment districts. The nearest Underground Station is Gloucester Road which is opposite the hotel complex and is served by the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines. If you wish to book accommodation for the conference at the luxurious Millennium Gloucester Hotel, next door to the Conference Centre, we can make the booking on your behalf at SMis special discounted rates from £180.00 for a Standard Room. All rates are inclusive of English Breakfast but subject to VAT. To make a reservation and receive the discounted rate, please call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000, email email@example.com or send a fax to +44 (0) 870 9090 712.
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