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Airborne ISR 2012

  1. 1. Save up 9th Annual to £350! RegiSteR & PAy by 27 JANuARy 2011 Enhancing ISR Capability to Ensure Total Domain Awareness 76 Portland Place, London 27th February - 1st of March, 2012 this year’s conference will focus on: > Analysis of current ISTAR capability and future ISTAR requirements, with an examination of the balance between manned and unmanned intelligence collection > the developing role of the UAV in ISTAR missions, with insight and discussion from both senior military and prime industry leaders > Developments into information management and exploitation of data analysis and how to optimise intelligence gathered from ISR missions > insights into evolving ISR technologies and sensor equipment for both manned and unmanned platforms > understanding evolving roles and flexibility of existing platforms and discussion of upgrade options for sensor equipment and platform performance “Aerial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (iSR) capabilities are crucial to coalition operations both in conflict and in response to natural disaster. it is incumbent on the u.S. and allied nations to ensure future iSR systems are interoperable with one another, flexible in responding to a multitude of problem sets, and inclusive of a variety of collection methodologies. Forums like this are essential to fostering the dialogue that gets us there.” Major General Blair Hansen, Deputy commander, Joint Functional component command intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JFcc-iSR) Deputy Director, Defense intelligence Operations coordination center, united States air Force SuPPORtiNgSPONSORS ASSOciAtiONtel: +44 (0)20 7368 9737 WeB: WWW.airBorneiSr.coM eMail:
  2. 2. Airborne ISR 2012 Speaker Highlights: Lieutenant General Ralph Jodice, nato allied air component command Headquarters izmir Major General Blair Hansen, Deputy commander, Joint Functional component command for intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance; and Deputy Director of the Defence intelligenceMaximising Capability Agency for collection Management,Through Total Asset Integration united States air Force Air Vice Marshal Mark Green, Director of information Superiority, Top Five Reasons to Attend uk Mod Airborne ISR 2012: Brigadier General John 1 Learn from a comprehensive 360 degree examination Horner, Director of intelligence, of both current and future iStAR ambitions from global Surveillance and Reconnaissance air forces, including in-depth analysis from both uK capabilities, Headquarters and uS senior officers united States air Force 2 examine best practice and more effective methods for the delivery of timely and accurate intelligence to the warfighter on the ground Colonel Juan Manual Piñero Sipa, A.2i SR coordinator, Spanish air Force command 3 explore the future of the uAV, with insight into successfully running multiple assets and achieving total systems harmony and an effectively balanced fleet of iStAR assets, Group Captain Steve Thornber, Head of JARic, royal air Force with case studies from the French and german Air Forces Lieutenant Colonel, Eberhard Knoelker, Assistant branch chief 4 understand the evolving roles and flexibility of existing platforms and how upgrade options for sensor equipment and platform performance will enrich fleet and Service Manger uAV, German air Force capability and provide enhanced situational awareness Matt Roper, group Head & across the network Programme Manager, Joint intelligence, Surveillance & 5 benefit from opportunities to bench mark your current iStAR capabilities and future offerings alongside senior decision-makers from both military and industry Reconnaissance, nato c3 agency reserve your place today to benefit from early bird savings! call + 44 (0)20 7368 9737 or email WHo attendS airBorne iSr?Previous attendees include:Military personnel industry organisations> brazilian Air Force > Alenia Aeronautica> canadian Air Force > cAe uK Plc.> canadian Defence Forces > cassidian Air Systems> cranfield university > eADS Deutschland gmbH> Defence intelligence Agency - uSAF> Defence Research and Development canada > elettronica> Delft university > elisra electronic Systems Ltd.> eu Satellite centre > general Dynamics canada> FMV > Hawker beechcraft corporation> French MoD > itt corporation> iFc - NAtO intelligence Fusion centre > L-3 WeScAM> italian Air Force belgium 1.6% > L-3 communications integrated Systems canada 8.1%> Johns Hopkins university > Lockheed germany 3.2%> National geospatial intelligence Agency > Military Airbus israel 3.2%> NAtO HQ > Northrop grumman corporation italy 9.5%> Philippines Armed Forces > Paradigm Services France 5%> Rotary Wing Support group Luxembourg 3.2% > PremiAir Aviation group> Royal Air Force Spain 6.5%> Royal Netherlands Air Force Fighter branch > Raytheon uK > thales Military Optronics Ltd Sweden 1.6%> Saudi Arabian Defence Office Switzerland 3.2%> Swedish Air Force > thales uK the Netherlands 1.6%> Swiss Air Force > the boeing company united Kingdom 37.1%> uK MoD > top Aces inc. united States 16.1%> uSAF > Vigilance bVFor your BookinG enquirieS contact uS on +44 (0)20 7368 9737
  3. 3. D sig th eg co to foc eri ere on n d g fo ce! e is nf r Post-Conference Workshop Day ’t u ay r fo p w th us n n rg fo he e t et r n 1st March, 2012MorninG SeSSion: 10.00 – 13.00Future Airborne ISR via Multiple Autonomous UAVsled By:Professor Antonios Tsourdos, Head of the centre for Autonomous Systems at cranfield university, defence academy of the ukProfessor Rafał Żbikowski, Professor of control engineering at cranfield university, defence academy of the ukpart 1 Guaranteed BeHaviour oF autonoMouS co-operatinG uavS in iSr MiSSionSMultiple unmanned aerial vehicles (MuAVs) can provide significant reductions in manpower and risk to humans for iSR, including:enhancement of iSR coverage; increase in the mission success rate; increase of autonomy; robustness and benign degradation inperformance. A key issue which must be addressed in order for the potential benefits to be realised is guaranteed performance ofthe dynamic behaviour of MuAVs. in this part we shall focus on coordinating of MuAVs in a predictable and verifiable way, includingpreservation of communication network integrity.part 2 Bio-inSpired SenSinG For autonoMouS operation oF SenSor platForMSA key enabler for realisation of the battlefield potential of autonomous vehicles is endowing them with affordable sensing. thisentails not only low-cost hardware, but also sparing use of the communication datalink, contrary to the current practice of real-time streaming of video and other high-bandwidth sensor data for human-intensive, ground-based, off-line analysis. bio-inspiredapproach to this problem leads to content-activated sensing, which means information extraction only in reaction to appearance ofthe relevant information in the data. Operating in gSP-denied environment is naturally addressed by this framework. in this part weshall focus on content-activated sensing, which can dramatically reduce the cost and time of sensor processing, datalink utilisationand also reduces human workload for the ground operator/analyst.BeneFitS oF attendinG include:• Access to the most update technology research that will define the future of the uAV market• How uAVs can operate in adverse environments where they previously would be unable to function• A discussion on achieving a reduced operating personnel without impacting the intelligence gathered• Achieving a reduction in both cost and time of sensor processingaFternoon SeSSion: 14.00 – 17.00Achieving Total Asset Integrationled By:Matt Roper, group Head & Programme Manager, Joint intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance, nato c3 agencypart 1 acHievinG coMplete aSSet interGrationWhen aiming to enhance iStAR capability the entire mix of assets present in the fleet must be considered, not individually but asa team. For maximum output all assets must not only be fully integrated but also working in equilibrium with one another. Whenexpanding the picture even further, if you are operating in battle space with allied forces you would aim not only for your assetsto operate jointly but for the entire allied capability to be integrated and functioning as an all-inclusive unit to promote optimalperformance and battle space awareness.part 2 inForMation SHarinG to provide total doMain aWareneSSAs well aim to fully integrate all assets there is a need to ensure that all information is shared between assets and allied nations asa pose to each working with as an individual project. creating a central information “bank” to which all intelligence can be sent andsubsequently be accessed by allies would be one way of address this issues. interoperability must also be addressed especiallybetween considering different nations protocols and the problems still encountered. Discussion to examine the possibilities toovercome intelligence sharing both between platforms of an individual nation and between allied forces will be the way forward.tHiS WorkSHop Will addreSS:• blending of airborne assets ensure the maximum output is achieved from the mix of assets that are currently operating• Sharing and exchange of multiple providers• Network Architecture options available and the benefits that each will bring• Managing multi function platforms and the inelegance that they generate Visit the Airborne ISR resource centre to download your complimentary podcasts, articles and more! reGiSter noW at WWW.airBorneiSr.coM
  4. 4. w D sig us en fer or fo th ho the to foc wh on on n d r e ks r e p c UAV Pre-Conference Focus Day ’t u ay eg nce fo p a is ! rg fo n te et r d rin 27th February, 2012 Focus day Benefits of attending: g > expand your knowledge with a detailed look at Airborne iSR capability generated by uAVs – explore how uAVs are integrated to further enhance capability > gain a comprehensive update of european requirements and future aspirations within the field of uAVs > Discuss with major manufacturers the developments they anticipate occurring in the uAV sector including a discussion around the future battlespace > Future operating capabilities and why system integration will dictate the true value that uAVs can add to operations in theatre08.30 coFFee and reGiStration09.00 cHairMan’S WelcoMe and introductory reMarkS09.10 keynote BrieFinG: BalancinG iSr capaBility: Future aMBitionS oF tHe uS air Force • existing capabilities and the future requirements to provide increased domain awareness • current methods of information sharing between allied nations • Future application of uAVs Brigadier General John Horner, Director of intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capabilities, Headquarters united States air Force09.50 raF 39 Squadron: Joint WorkinG operationS to provide increaSed Support in operational tHeatreS • Purchasing of Predator b aircraft in support of uK ground forces • use and training with uS troops to operate uS-owned Predator aircraft alongside uSAF squadrons • Discussion of the attack capability of the Predator aircraft and how this brings add power to the battle field Wing Commander Taylor, 39 Squadron, creech Air Force base, royal air Force10.30 netWorkinG coFFee Break11.00 iS tHere a ‘Final Frontier’ For uav Surveillance & reconnaiSSance - HoW Far are We FroM GettinG tHere? • can uAV surveillance and reconnaissance emerge as being as multifunctional as manned aircraft? • What is current testing and evaluation revealing about future trends and current usages? • After current theatre operations come to a close, can uAVs be adapted for the challenges of the future - be they future military operations or security measures - how can they operate in civilian airspace? Discussion Panel: Brigadier General John Horner, Director of intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capabilities, Headquarters united States air Force; Major General Blair Hansen, Deputy commander, Joint Functional component command for intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance; and Deputy Director of the Defence intelligence Agency for collection Management, united States air Force; Group Captain Steve Thornber, Head of JARic, royal air Force11.40 FrencH venture to iMprove Future iSr capaBility For tHe uav • MALe platform requirements - overview of the currently agree on joint requirements • Operational capability ambitions to be delivered by 2015 • Overview of French iSR capability Romain Bethoux, Director for uAV capability, French air Force12.20 netWorkinG luncH13.30 induStry lead panel diScuSSion – tHe Future oF tHe uav • What do top industry leaders see as the final frontier for the uAV ?SPoTlIgHT • What do uAV manufactures and systems integrators see as the key areas for future investment in R&D?SESSIon • What will be the main characteristics of future conflicts and what key threats are the industry keeping front of mind? invited: General atomics, lockheed Martin, Selex Galileo, elbit, eadS, cassidian, Bae, dassault, northrop Grumman14.10 WHat lieS aHead For uavS and tHe GerMan air Force? • integration of the euro Hawk with existing iSR assets • euro Hawk as an interoperable, modular and cost-effective replacement to the fleet of manned breguet Atlantic aircraft • Overview of the future role of the uAV for operations in theatre Lieutenant Colonel, eberhard Knoelker, Assistant branch chief and Service Manger uAV, German air Force14.50 iSrael uav capaBility • Overview of the israeli Air Force iSR Platforms • the role of the uAV within the entire capability • Platform integration - successfully linking all iSR assets to provide total domain awareness Head of UAV Programmes, israeli air Force (pending final conformation)15.30 cHair’S cloSe and end oF day one For your BookinG enquirieS eMail uS on
  5. 5. w D sig us en fer or fo th ho the to foc wh on on n d r e ks r e p c Conference Agenda Day 1 ’t u ay eg nce fo p a is ! rg fo n te 28th February, 2012 et r d rin Operational Focus08.30 coFFee and reGiStration 14.40 podS - tHe Future oF non-traditional iSr g • case study: tornado gR4s primarily used in the09.00 cHairMan’S openinG reMarkS reconnaissance role to further support operations • Plan for the future - what form will iSR take in09.10 air doMain aWareneSS durinG operation the future? uniFied protector Colonel Juergen Wallwey, tornado Raptor • An outline of mission requirements for Operation Programme, German air Force command unified Protector and contributing nations • Assets utilised for surveillance and reconnaissance in 15.20 netWorkinG coFFee Break operations and methods of information sharing • Lessons learnt from operations and steps being 15.50 round taBle diScuSSionS taken to improve domain awareness through Delegates will have the opportunity to participate greater communication in two out of the four discussion sessions, with each Lieutenant General Ralph Jodice, nato allied air round table lasting for thirty minutes. At the end of component command Headquarters izmir these sessions the facilitator for each group will summarise the key findings before opening up the09.50 a GloBal perSpective on iSr requireMentS discussion for the floor Major General Blair Hansen, Deputy commander, Joint Functional component command for intelligence >taBle 1 - operational developMent Surveillance and Reconnaissance; and Deputy Director oF airBorne iSr – aSpirinG For total of the Defence intelligence Agency for collection doMain doMinance Management, united States air Force Lieutenant General Ralph Jodice, nato allied air component command Headquarters izmir10.30 netWorkinG coFFee Break >taBle 2 – non-traditional iSr: Future11.00 tHe Future oF iSr For tHe uk arMed ForceS aMBitionS For in-tHeatre contriButionS • Outline of the current fixed wing capability Colonel Juan Manual Piñero Sipa, A.2i SR • breaking down required iSR capability into its coordinator, Spanish air Force command component parts: What capabilities are priorities for the uK? >taBle 3 - operational aSSet inteGration: • How will iSR provision be met after 2015? exploitinG tHe BeneFitS oF netWork Air Vice Marshal Mark Green, Director of information inteGration in-tHeatre Superiority, uk Mod Matt Roper, group Head & Programme Manager, Joint intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance,11.40 operational caSe Study: HiGH deFinition nato c3 agency toolS For aGSr • Description of latest HD sensors >taBle 4 – acHievinG total collaBoration • Roadmap for future eOiR systems in tHe BattleSpace • capability showcase: Actual videos of anti-narcotics Scott Hulett, NAgSMA technical Manager, piracy/smuggling/illegal-immigration naGSMa nato • cost effectiveness of civilian contracted iSR Services George J. DeCock, Director, international eO/iR diScuSSion overvieW and queStionS Sensors, l-3 communications, Wescam FroM tHe Floor Luc Audoore, AgSR Operations Manager, cae aviation 16.50 cHair’S cloSe and end oF day one12.20 aStor proGraMMe • Overview of the AStOR system and the capability it neW provides for the uK within the network enabled battlespace interactive round For • benefits of the Sentinel being interoperable with other allied systems taBle diScuSSionS 2012 • Withdrawal from Afghanistan: what this is likely to in 2011, you provided feedback that you wanted more time mean for the Sentinel for in-depth discussions focussing on core themes and more Dom Walden, AStOR Programme, royal air Force opportunities within small groups for information exchange..13.00 netWorkinG luncH As a result, at the 2012 event we are hosting a number of round table discussions to ensure you take away the answers14.00 to WHat extent can We exploit ntiSr to you need and have enough dedicated time to engage in Fill capaBility GapS in tHeatre? constructive debate. • exploring the benefits that traditional iSR has in round table discussion themes: the battlefield ✔ table 1 - Operational development of airborne iSR – • the challenges of integrating non-traditional and aspiring for total domain dominance traditional iSR • exploiting traditional intelligence, surveillance and ✔ table 2 – Non-traditional iSR: Future ambitions for in reconnaissance to add further value to theatre contributions longstanding operations ✔ table 3 - Operational asset integration: exploiting the Panel benefits of network integration in-theatre ✔ table 4 – Achieving total collaboration in the battle spaceFor your BookinG enquirieS eMail uS on
  6. 6. w D sig us en fer or fo th ho the to foc wh on on n d r e ks r e p c Conference Agenda Day 2 ’t u ay eg nce fo p a is ! rg fo n te et r d rin 29th February, 2012 Strategic Focus08.30 coFFee and reGiStration 12.20 netWorkinG luncH g09.00 cHairMan’S recap 13.30 italian capaBility: Future inteGration oF tecHnoloGy09.10 SpaniSH iSr capaBilitieS • Outline of italian Air force commitments and the • Non-traditional iSR: Spanish contribution in iSR assets used to support these missions Operation unified Protector • the importance of data management and • Actual and future capabilities of Spanish Reccelite pod standardisation between allied forces • Maritime Surveillance Programme, P-3 and D-4 VigMA • case study the DH11 improving capability; Colonel Juan Manual Piñero Sipa, A.2i SR technology platforms coordinator, Spanish air Force command Lieutenant Colonel Marco Onofrio Frumusa, Project Officer DH 11, italian air Force09.50 can airBorne iSr Be eFFectively and Fully inteGrated? 14.10 eFFectively utiliSinG airBorne iSr FroM • Addressing the issues associated with iSR platforms tHe pilotS perSpective - HoW SucceSSFul and technology developing rapidly can non-traditional iSr Be? • identifying the risk that separate components will • Key global requirements for next generation NtiSR develop at different rates, across different standards platforms - an operational perspective from the pilot • is it possible to link all components and technologies, • upgrade plans how non-traditional iSR may look and if so, how? Or is there an inherent need for all in for the future one systems from the start? • Future plans for the Swedish Air Force iSR platforms Group Captain Steve Thornber, Head of JARic, Captain Jussi Halemtoja, test Pilot, royal Swedish royal air Force air Force10.30 netWorkinG coFFee Break 14.50 netWorkinG coFFee Break11.00 perSiStent iSr For HyBrid BattleField – 15.20 iSr For tHe Joint air poWer principal concept and poSSiBle coMpetence centre iMpleMentation • the role of Aerostats in providing iSR long • Asymmetric and Hybrid warfare characteristics. term coverage • identification of the operational needs driving a • information towers holistic solution. • integration into the iSR network along with any • challenges coming out of the confrontation between issues currently experienced the operational needs and the implementation of Wing Commander Dion Bowen, (uKAF OF-4), suggested solutions. SO1 iStAR, c4iStAR branch, nato Joint air power • eLtA’s unique perception of the persistent iSR competence centre methodology. Navy Cap. (Ret.) Gideon Landa, general Manager, 16.00 capaBility vS. FlexiBility: tHe Future Airborne Systems and Radar Division, oF iSr aSSetS elta Systems ltd. • given that organic iSR assets can be deployed much more rapidly, is the emphasis gradually changing11.40 nato allied Ground Surveillance from large fixed wing to smaller, more flexible rotary proGraMMe wing unmanned platforms? • Realizing this essential operational capability • How much can non-traditional iSR assets contribute • Achieving the aim of increase situational to the intelligence picture despite the lack of training awareness in support of our Alliance forces across given to pilots? the full range of NAtO operations in the future • How much of the iSR requirement can these assets fulfil? • AgS core capability and mix of assets Panel Discussion Bogdan Horvat, NAgSMA executive Officer and Scott Hulett, NAgSMA technical Manager, naGSMa nato 16.40 cHair’S cloSe and end oF day tWo videos Download Centre podcasts past presentations • Vice Admiral Rinaldo Veri, Spain: New iSR • NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab Recruits global • intelligence and insight you can trust platforms and opportunities Hawk uAVs for Science Mission Michael J. gething, editor, Jane’s electro • Vice Admiral Rinaldo Veri, Spain: New iSR • interview: Defense consultant and retired Optic Systems platforms and opportunities RAF group captain chris granville-White and • gRiPeN iStAR capabilities • Rear Admiral Norman Hayes, uS NAVy: retired RAF Air Marshal Sir Dusty Miller head capt Jussi Halmetoja, gripen iStAR Project combining international knowledge up a discussion on their respective test Pilot, FMV • RADM Jose Luis Alano, Philippines: How to experience, views on the recent development Mr Hannes thelander, gripen iStAR WS19 defend 7107 islands at once in the field of pilot training, the uK’s MFtS 20 Project Manager, FMV • cDR edgar bates, Maritime Domain programme and the new requirements to articles Awareness: building regional iSR partnerships train personnel in operating uAVs. • iSR in Afghanistan: SR easier than i • Major Robert trerice, canada: Maintaining • uAVs’ cost-effectiveness is compelling and acquiring modern iSR assets Argumentvisit to download videos, articles, past presentations and podcasts on airborne iSr for Free!For your BookinG enquirieS contact uS on +44 (0)20 7368 9737
  7. 7. online Communities About Follow Defence iQ @defenceiq to keep up to date is host to a series of global events and with news and developments on Airborne iSR runs an online community of military and private sector Join Defence iQ World Defense community on Linkedin professionals. We provide the platform on which leading Read the Defence iQ blog authoritative news source defence experts share their experience, knowledge and for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis strategic thoughts. We are dedicated to providing military on global defence and military-related topics personnel and the private sector with strategic defence resources covering current defence issues. Join the For more information on the conference programme community: and speaking opportunities, contact eva lindsay: SponSorS iai/elta Systems ltd. israel Aerospace industries (iAi) is israel’s largest aerospace industry, offering over 400 products and more than 1,000 tech- nologies 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 superi- ority and theater dominance. eLtA Systems solutions and systems are deployed to perform Network centric intelligence, Surveil- lance, target Acquisition and Reconnaissance, early Warning and control, communications and command & control, Defense and Self-Protection and Fire control, in peace and in wartime. 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 * Abil- ity 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 (FSRs) 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 cae 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 depart- ments. 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 Hawker Beechcraft corporation is a world-leading manufacturer of business, special-mission, light attack and trainer aircraft – designing, marketing and supporting aviation products and services for businesses, governments and individuals worldwide. both Hawker and beechcraft airplanes are currently deployed in iSR and maritime patrol missions around the world. the most recent program, the Mc-12 Liberty fleet, recently surpassed 10,000 sorties, with 50,000 flight hours and supported ground opera- tions that led to the capture or elimination of more than 4,000 targets according to the u.S. 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Furthermore, our dedicated to initiate new business relationshipsglobe, Defence iQ events enable marketing team can help you achieve your and achieve face to face contact thatyou to build your reputation as promotional aims in the months leading up overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver.a market leader in your chosen to the conference with dedicated mailings Sponsorship opportunities range fromdomain through speaking sessions to cover 50,000 contacts through brochure exhibition stands to sponsored lunches,and subject specific conference drops, extensive e-mail campaigns and cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a hoststreams, workshops and focus days tailored web coverage of informal social networking events if you would like to sponsor or exhibit at airborne iSr 2012 call ola Jonsson at +44 (0) 207 368 9308 or email: your BookinG enquirieS contact uS on +44 (0)20 7368 9737
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