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Submarine Operations & Requirements

  1. 1. Pre-Conference Workshop: 20th March 2012 Captain Aslak Heen, Norwegian Navy “An excellent chance to learn more about products, programmes and operational feedback.” Eric Fusil, DCNS “I appreciated the wide variety of speakers, either from the operational point of view or the scientific/engineering. Very interesting.” Commander Silva Gouveia, Portuguese Navy “An invaluable opportunity to share experiences amongst submarine operating nations.” Delivering Affordable Technology for Maritime Deterrence Book and pay by 27th January 2012 To Save up to £400! Conference Days: 21st-22nd March 2012 Pre Conference Workshops: 20th March 2012 Hilton Olympia, London Vice Admiral Rinaldo Veri, Commander, Allied Maritime Component, NATO Rear Admiral Ian Corder MA, Rear Admiral Submarines, ROYAL NAVY Rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano, Commander of the Philippine Fleet, PHILIPPINE NAVY Featured International Speakers Include: Commander Silva Gouveia, Commanding Officer, Submarine Fleet, PORTUGUESE NAVY Captain Aslek Heen, Commanding Officer, Norwegian Submarine Service, NORWEGIAN NAVY Workshop B, 13:30-16:00 A2AD Zones - The Submarine’s Role in Establishing and Degrading Them Led By: Captain James Patton (Rtd), President, Submarine Tactics and Technology Workshop A, 10:00-12:30 The Evolving Role, Nature and Importance of Submarine Communications Led By: Dr John R Potter, Principal Scientist, Systems Technology Department, NATO Underwater Research Centre MoD Media Partners:Sponsor:
  2. 2. For your booking enquiries contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 Dear Colleague, Put simply, Submarine Operations and Requirements 2012 is the best submarine event we have ever put together. As the only event of its kind in Europe, Sub Ops 2012 provides a rare insight into the world of the submariner, his requirements, and the lessons gleamed from recent operational experiences. It truly is an unmissable opportunity for senior military and industry representatives to engage in a two-way discussion about the future direction of the submarine fleet. As I am sure you will have noticed from the front of the brochure, we are delighted to welcome new, senior speakers to this years panel, including Vice Admiral Rinaldo Veri (NATO), Rear Admiral Ian Corder (Royal Navy) and Rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano (Philippine Navy). Discussing experiences and requirements emerging from the most up to date theatres and operations, it is a fantastic opportunity to learn about and influence the future role of the submariner. Alongside our exceptional speaker panel we are running a dedicated workshop day, with extended interactive sessions focusing on the challenges of communication and area denial in submarine operations. Please see page three for more information on these group sessions. If you would like more details about any aspect of the event then please do not hesitate to contact our enquiries team on +44 (0)207 368 9737, and remember if you book before the 27th of January, you could save up to £400 pounds. Until then, I hope this brochure finds you well and I look forward to welcoming you to London in March. Very Respectfully, Matthew Smith Portfolio Director Submarine Operations and Requirements 2012 Top reasons to attend: Assess the evolving role of submarines in multinational operations, including Unified Protector and Ocean Shield, and how these new taskings are driving requirements and TTP changes Learn from Submarine commanders across Europe about their recent lessons learnt and developmental needs, including a home-nation keynote by Rear Admiral Ian Corder on the future of the Royal Navy’s Submarine Fleet Understand the latest developments in South East Asia, with insights into the future submarine fleet of the Philippine Navy from Rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano, Commander of the Philippine Fleet Hear about current weapon and combat systems priorities for contemporary missions and apply these findings to your office Past Attendance: Previous organisations who have attended Submarine Operations include: • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Indian Government • Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) • Defense Agency for Technology and Quality • Department of National Defence (Canada) • Embassy of Chile • FMV • French Navy • German Bundeswehr • Indian Navy • Ministry of Defence • NATO • NURC • Norwegian Ministry of Defence • Office of Naval Research • Republic of Singapore Navy (NUWC) • Royal Australian Navy • Royal Navy • Royal Netherlands Navy • Swedish Navy • US Navy FLAGOFFICER 1*ANDABOVEATT ENDFORFREE! SUBMARINE OPERA TIONSANDREQUIREMENTS 2012ᗂSUBMARINEOPERA TIONSANDREQUIREMENTS 2012 ᗂ PS: Book before27th January 2012and save up to £400
  3. 3. Register now @ A2AD Zones -The Submarine's Role in Establishing and Degrading Them Led By: Captain James Patton (Rtd), President, SUBMARINE TACTICS AND TECHNOLGY More and more it’s becoming credible that technologies exist or are close to being fielded, which include the use of submarines, that could enable a coastal nation to establish a “no fly/no sail” zone in its littorals that would keep air and surface forces from having a significant effect on events ashore. A notable flaw in this “Anti-Access/Area Denial” (A2AD) concept is its inability to exclude modern submarines. An issue of great importance then becomes how these naval assets, capable of penetrating and operating within an A2AD zone, are to be controlled and employed to bring down that zone from within, allowing the greater striking power of the previously excluded air and surface forces to safely enter. It must be done right the first time, however, and there will not be time for the “learning curve” which preceded the U.S. Submarine Force’s successes in WWII. As always, we must also “train like (and where) we would fight”, and practice the necessary anti-A2AD TTPs in peacetime. This workshop will stimulate discussion about what TTP variants are available and appropriate in a modern A2AD environment established by a militarily competent entity, and suggest what offensive options are available to the submarines who have successfully infiltrated that exclusion zone. Discussions will include the most effective sequencing of offensive actions plus submarine survivability considerations when weighed against maximum persistency and minimum time-bandwidth products of connectivity required. By attending this workshop, you will : Gain a detailed understanding of the challenges associated with utilizing submarines for A2AD operations Isolate specific challenges relating to your vessels and identifying what TTP’s and solutions are available to help combat these challenges. Identify trends within the global submarine community, highlighting areas where partnership and co-operation would be mutually beneficial going forward. Workshop B 13:30-16.00 Workshop A 10:00-12.30 The Evolving Role, Nature and Importance of Submarine Communications Led By: Dr John R Potter, Principal Scientist, Systems Technology Department, Nato Underwater research centre Submariners have, with good reason, traditionally been most reluctant to indulge in communications with the outside world except under the most protected and necessary circumstances. The submarine role is now rapidly evolving. New technologies are now making possible some types of communication, such as high-bandwidth at speed and depth, for the first time. The combination of these two influences is rapidly re-shaping the operational paradigm. This workshop will explore, with active contribution from the participants, key aspects of the following topics: How is the evolving role of the submarine changing the nature of communications needs? How is new technology changing the game for what is possible in submarine communications? What are the essential types and performance measures for communication? - covert/overt - passive/active - high/low bandwidth - long/short range - urgent/as-available - High/Low fidelity How important is it and what are the key features for submarine communications with various asset types and how is this related to the performance metrics? - Command centre - Aerial vehicles (including UAV) - Surface vehicles (including USV) - Submerged vehicles (including AUV) - Stationary assets What are the new challenges and opportunities for covert (as in undetected, not merely encrypted) communications? Byattendingthisworkshop,youwill: • Gainamuchgreaterunderstandingofyourownvessels’communicationchallenges • IdentifykeyareasofimprovementforfutureoperationsfrombothatechnologicalandTTPperspective • Learntheadvantagesanddifficultiesbehinddirectcommunicationwithexternalassets,andhowtheseassets canbebestutilisedtoensuremissionsuccess WORKSHOP DAY 20th March 2012
  4. 4. AGENDA DAY ONE 21st March 2012 08.30 – 09.00 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 09.00 – 09.10 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 09.10 – 09.50 ASSESSING THE ROLE OF SUBMARINES IN UNIFIED PROTECTOR: A NATO PERSPECTIVE An outline of the mission parameters for Operation Unified Protector and the contributing nations Understanding the benefits and limitations of the submarine contribution to multinational operations, and the unique challenges posed by Unified Protector The submariners contribution to the NATO antipiracy operation OCEAN SHIELD in North  Africa Examples of successful mission sets and lessons learnt from these tasking’s Vice Admiral Rinaldo Veri, Commander, Allied Maritime Component Naples, NATO 09.50 – 10.30 MARITIME OPERATIONS AROUND THE PHILIPPINES ARCHIPEGALO: CURRENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES Assessing the threats facing the Philippines: Piracy, terrorism, and encroachment on territorial waters Taking the plunge: The need to procure an underwater deterrent to protect the Philippines national interest Current requirements for both hull design and weapon systems to match intended use and provide effective deterrent Options being considered and timescale for bringing assets into the fleet Rear Admiral Jose Luis Alano, Commander of the Philippine Fleet, PHILIPPINE NAVY 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING 11.00 – 11.40 THE FUTURE OF THE NORWEGIAN SUBMARINE FLEET: THE ULA CLASS AND BEYOND Assessing the current capabilities of the Ula Class: Status of the Ula class, update and upgrade programmes, and challenges associated with “in service updates” Submarine operations in the extreme littorals: How and why Reviewing future options: Which vessels are being considered to ultimately replace the Ula Class The future Norwegian Submarine force structure, options and the view from the operational side Captain Aslek Heen, Commanding Officer, Norwegian Submarine Service, NORWEGIAN NAVY 11.40 – 12.20 UPDATE ON THE NEW 209PN SUBMARNIES INTEGRATION INTO THE PORTUGUESE NAVY Historical context of the Portuguese submarine force: Where we have come from and where we are going Submarine relevance for Portugal: Geographic and political factors Insight to the submarine squadron support for existing assets in the fleet 209PN capabilities and achievements to date, and view to the future Commander Silvia Gouveia, Commanding Officer, Submarine Fleet, PORTUGUESE NAVY 12.20 – 13.20 Networking Lunch 13.20 – 14.00 Confirmed Presentation from US Navy 6th Fleet Rear Admiral James Foggo III, Deputy Commander 6th Fleet, Commander Submarine Group Eight, Commander Submarines Allied Naval Forces South, US NAVY 14.00 – 14.40 UK KEYNOTE ADDRESS: EXAMINING THE FUTURE OF THE ROYAL NAVY’S SUBMARINE CAPABILITY Assessing submarine activity in Operation ELLAMY (Libya) Insight into the Royal Navy’s contribution in Op UNIFIED PROTECTOR The ASTUTE and TLAM firings Future vision for the Royal Navy’s Submarine service Rear Admiral Ian Corder MA, Rear Admiral Submarines, Royal Navy 14.40 – 15.10 Coffee and Networking 15.10 – 15.50 International cooperation in Submarine Escape and Rescue: LESSONS LEARNT FROM OPERATION BOLD MONARCH Background to capabilities and international cooperation prior to the Kursk incident Overview of the International Submarine Escape and Rescue Liaison Office (ISMERLO) Assessing international capabilities of the office and promoting cooperation BOLD MONARCH: Mission planning, mating with “stranded” Russian submarine and plans for future exercises Commander Steven Drysdale, S01 Submarine Escape, Rescue, Survivability, FLEET/COMSUBNORTH, Royal Navy 15.50 – 16.30 THE FUTURE OF THE SUBMARNE FORCE: ENSURING CONTINUED EFFECTIVENESS WITH THROUGH LIFE COSTING, CREW RETENTION AND SUPPORTING FUNCTIONS In our current climate of austerity measures, how can through life costing and upgrade work be best managed to ensure a continuous, reliable and affordable maritime deterrent? How can the lessons from recent operational deployments be best integrated into training syllabi and TTPs, and should these outcomes be shared more widely? To what extent are vital supporting functions such as recovery and rescue assets being given adequate attention in an era of contracting budgets? Commander Stephen Drysdale, S01 Submarine Escape, Rescue, Survivability, FLEET/COMSUBNORTH, ROYAL NAVY Commander Richard Kesten, Commanding Officer of Submarine Training, GERMAN NAVY Mr Timothy Bassett, Executive Director, SUBMEPP, US NAVY 16:30 CHAIR’S CLOSE AND END OF DAY ONE Don’t forget to sign up for the pre-conference workshops when registering for the conference
  5. 5. AGENDA DAY TWO 22nd March 2012 08.30 – 09.00 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 09.00 – 09.10 Chairman’s recap 09.10 – 09.50 USN Undersea Weapons Development and Modernisation: The work of pms 404 Developing weapon systems for the new operating environment: Torpedo challenges in the littorals Understanding the challenges associated with torpedo maintenance, and potential solutions Assessing the US Navy’s torpedo improvement process: Take aways and lessons Captain Thomas Kearney, Programme Manager, PMS 404, US NAVY 09.50 – 10.30 DEVELOPMENT AND ACQUISITION OF THE US NAVY’S SUBMARINE COMBAT AND WEAPONS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR BOTH IN-SERVICE AND NEW CONSTRUCTION SHIPS Examining how submarine armament systems can be improved through automation, and the benefits this provides to the end user Human factors in sub-system design – reducing the burden on the operator and improving performance through better human system integration Assessing how PMS 425 interacts with the other project offices, and opportunities to partner with industry Captain David Hahn, Programme Manager, PMS 425, US NAVY 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING 11.00 – 11.40 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE CONFINED AND SHALLOW WATER SUBMARINES Examination of how low water depths, complex sound propagation and increased shipping traffic affect detection and counter detection of submarines in the littoral operating environment How are conventional submarines used in current and foreseeable future operations in confined and shallow waters? What are the required capabilities of these valuable assets derived from this operational requirements? Commander René Levien (German Navy), Staff Officer Underwater Operations, Centre of Excellence Confined and Shallow Waters 11.40 - 12.20 Operating submarines in the littoral battle space: Assessing the unique threats and technological hurdles The impact of mine warfare on littoral submarine operations: How can the threat best be countered and can this be made organic to the submarine? ISR, sensors and weapons technology for the “cluttered” littoral environment: Current limitations, research avenues and way ahead The risk from asymmetric threats: IEDs and other non-traditional dangers in shallow and confined waters TTPs for operating in shallow and confined waters: Improving operational capacity and survivability Captain Aslek Heen, Commander Officer, Norwegian Submarine Service, NORWEGIAN NAVY Captain Thomas Kearney, Undersea Weapons Program Manager, PMS 404, US NAVY Captain David Hahn, Undersea Combat Systems Program Manager, PMS 425, US NAVY Commander René Levien (German Navy), Staff Officer Underwater Operations, Centre of Excellence Confined and Shallow Waters 12.20 – 13.20 Networking Lunch 13.20 – 14.00 THE Emerging technologies, roles and relationships between submarines and autonomous intelligent vehicles Assessing the technologies and bandwidths that can be used to communicate between submarines and autonomous vehicles Role of the underwater vehicle for forward ISR provision – CONOPs for ASW Current avenues of work and future developmental needs to improve performance Dr John Potter, Principal Scientist, NATO UNDERWATER RESEARCH CENTRE 14.00 – 14.40 Submarine Operations in an Environment of Degraded Space Assets Degraded or no satellites for navigation, communications or intelligence - do we remember how we used to cope before they existed? Is “classic” submerged navigation a forgotten art? What aspects of it need to be reinserted into training pipelines? Rediscovering the capabilities (and how to cope with the disadvantages) of High Frequency (HF), Low Frequency (LF) and Very Low Frequency (VLF) communications How to conduct “modern” operations with legacy time bandwidth product connectivity limitations Re-establishing the role of a submarine as much more a “supplier” of intelligence then a “user” Captain James Patton (Rtd), President, SUBMARINE TACTICS AND TECHNOLOGY 14.40 - 15.20 Preliminary Design of Submarine Propulsion Systems: Methods and Tools for improving performance Understanding the increased demand for optimising complete systems and complexities involved – multi-disciplinary components, robust system requirements and subsequent high cost in time and money to create new conceptual designs Creating a new methodology: Improving the design process by exploiting potential synthesis, search and optimisation crossover Demonstrating the effectiveness of this methodology by optimising a submarine propulsion system Dr Arturo Molina-Cristobal, Department of Aerospace Engineering, CRANFIELD UNVIERSITY 15.20 Chairs Close and End of conference Book and pay by 27th January 2012 to save up to £400!
  6. 6. Defence IQ is an authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military- related topics. Sourcing interviews and insights directly from senior military and industry professionals on air defence, cyber warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and many more topics, Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platform to discuss and learn about the latest developments within the defence sector. So join over 45,000 defence professionals today to claim your exclusive video interviews, podcasts, articles and whitepapers that are updated on a daily basis at - and all for free. Join the community: Online Communities Follow@DefenceIQ to keep up to date with news and developments on Submarine Operations and Requirements Join Defence IQ World Defense Community on LinkedIn Read the Defence IQ blog authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military-related topics For more information on the conference programme and speaking opportunities, contact Matthew Smith: About Visit our Submarine Operations & Requirements Download Centre to view frequently updated analysis from Defence IQ, specifically on the naval and underwater battlespace. For a taste of the latest articles, podcasts, videos, academic papers, and industry reports, here’s what you can take away today… Featured Online Analysis Can Canada Recover its Submarine Fleet? Intense debate has erupted this year over the future of Canada’s submarine fleet now that all four of its vessels are officially out of action at the same time. A purchase of ageing platforms and a series of technical and MRO problems has lumbered the navy with rising costs, operational gaps, and public disgruntlement. Read the article now! The Role of the Submarine in Underwater Communication, Networking and Surveillance – A NATO Perspective Dr John Potter, Principal Scientist of the Systems Technology Department at the NATO Undersea Research Centre, joins Defence IQ to talk about the evolving role of the submarine. One of the key challenges today for submariners is underwater networking, how to bring the submarine more completely into the network and make it responsive. This interview addresses how these challenges can be tackled, how close we are to successful underwater networking, and what the advantages would be of full integration of the submarine. Listen to the interview now! Submarines Rising in the East Focus and investment into new submarine platforms and upgrades are not exclusive to the North American market. As we look towards the Middle East, Asia, and surrounding regions, the past month has been witness to several interesting developments in the underwater battlespace. Brush up on developments now! For more authoritative defence news and reports, visit and subscribe to Sponsorship Oportunities Three easy ways to get involved 1 Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers and decision makers from across the globe, Defence IQ events enable you to build your reputation as a market leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject specific conference streams, workshops and focus days 2 Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities for on-site branding and exposure. Furthermore, our dedicated marketing team can help you achieve your promotional aims in the months leading up to the conference with dedicated mailings to cover 50,000 contactsthroughbrochuredrops, extensive e-mail campaigns and tailored web coverage 3 Featured Networking Events: Focused and high level, our events will provide you with the perfect environment to initiate new business relationships and achieve face to face contact that overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver. Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibition stands to sponsored lunches, cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a host of informal social networking events If you would like to sponsor or exhibit at Submarine Operations and Requirements 2012 call Simon Benns at +44 (0)207 368 9857 or email: SPONSOR
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