SMi’s 3rd Annual 2013 15 - 16 MAY GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL, SINGAPORE CONFERENCE CHAIRMANAsias leading military communications Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programmeevent for satellite professionals Development, GVFFollowing on from the last two years ofexceptional discussion and unrivalled CONFERENCE SPEAKERS INCLUDE Commodore Roger Boyce, Director General ICT Policymilitary-industry networking opportunities, and Plans, CIO Group, Australian Defence ForceSMi Group are delighted to announce our Lieutenant Commander Mike Kao, N6 Headquarters,3rd MilSatCom Asia-Pacific conference. Republic of China NavyWhether you are a SatCom professional Lieutenant Commander Salvador Sambalilo,based in the region wishing to show Commanding Officer Information System Group,leadership in this area or an established Philippine Navysolution-provider looking to develop your Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6,brand in Asia, this event will provide you NZDFwith a unique opportunity to further your Deputy Inspector General Ghulam Shabir Sheikh,mission. Counter Terror Wing, Pakistan Police Force COL Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief, USPACOM Mohamed Mahmoud, Horyu-V Project Leader,Key topics to be discussed: Kyutech Japan• Regional military SatCom roadmaps and LTJG Zosimo Gatdula, Information System Group, packages Philippine Navy• Space domain governance Dr. Pham Anh Tuan, Director, Vietnam National Satellite Center (VNSC)• Military SatCom requirements and capability Jose Del Rosario, Senior Analyst,• Proprietary SatCom solutions and services Northern Sky Research• The evolution of communications technologies Christophe Bauer, Vice President Commercial Sales, Spacex• Signal jamming and information superiority Commodore (Ret) Seshadri Vasan, Former Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region East, Indian Navy PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP | 14 MAY SATELLITE & SATELLITE-HYBRID COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKING CAPABILITY AND CIVIL-MILITARY INTER-AGENCY COLLABORATION WORKSHOP LEADER: GVF SPONSORED BY: www.milsatcomasia.com Register online or call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000BOOK BY 28 FEBRUARY AND SAVE S$300 I BOOK BY 28 MARCH AND SAVE S$100
DAY ONE I 15 MAY 2013 www.milsatcomasia.com08.30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 13.30 The Philippine Navy SatCom Requirement09.00 • Introduction to the fleet: Operating 100+ ships • Providing WCEIS Services in Support of the C2 requirementsCHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS of the Philippine Navy Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme • The Naval Communications Electronics and Information Development, GVF Systems Center Lieutenant Commander Salvador Sambalilo,09.10 Commanding Officer Information System Group,KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Philippine Navy & LTJG Zosimo Gatdula, Information Systems Group,Australian Defence SATCOM Roadmap Philippine Navy• Australian Defence Force tactical and strategic SATCOM capabilities 14.30• Joint Project 2008 (JP2008); key issues Developing SatCom Capability for the South China Sea• Enhancing the Australian Defence SATCOM capability Environment through the delivery of satellite ground stations • Existing capacity and coverage• Planning and monitoring tools in the Defence Network • Interoperability and payloads for joint operations and training exercises Operations Centre • Indigenous comms technology and other satellite-borne• Military partnerships capability• Cooperation with commercial partners Lieutenant Commander Mike Kao, N6 Headquarters,• Future Goals Republic of China Navy Commodore Roger Boyce, Director General ICT Policy and Plans, CIO Group, Australian Defence Force 15.10 AFTERNOON TEA 15.4009.50 Nano-Satellites: Challenges and OpportunitiesThe New Zealand Defence Force MilSatCom Package • Future directions in building nano-satellites• National context • Focus on telecommunication applications• The WGS journey so far • The Satellite Test Center at Kyutech, Japan• Future development and requirements • Design and implementation of a fault tolerant reconfigurable Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6, avionics system for nano-satellites Mohamed Mahmoud, Horyu-V Project Leader, NZDF Kyutech Japan10.30 MORNING COFFEE 16.20 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION:11.00 Regional Cooperation and Governance of Future SatComLowering the Cost of Access to Space Systems • The challenges of data sharing• Space travel and private enterprise: Developing safe and • WGS as a model for Asia-Pacific state cooperation- affordable transportation systems discussions and plans• Reusable space transportation systems • Commercial proposals for national sharing- looking beyond• SpaceXs target: MARS proprietary satellites Christophe Bauer, Vice President of Commercial Sales, • Communications training and regional centres of excellence Spacex Chaired by: Commodore (Ret) Seshadri Vasan, Former Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region East,11.40 Indian NavyDelivering Tailored Commercial Military SatCom Services and Squadron Leader Michael Kennedy, CIS CapabilitySolutions Worldwide Development, NATO ACT• Introducing tailored SatCom solutions and services to various Jose del Rosario, Senior Analyst, militaries and government organisations worldwide Northern Sky Research• Providing procurement choices and planning models for any Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6, requirement NZDF• Insight into MilSatCom future trends in the next decade• Empowering the benefits of industry and government 17.00 partnerships and working relationships CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE• Real Life Case Study: The UK Ministry of Defence Skynet 5 DAY ONE Program Ken Hadfield, Defence and Security Advisor, 17.10 Astrium Services Government Communications Drinks Reception Sponsored by12.20 NETWORKING LUNCHRegister online at www.milsatcomasia.com • Alternatively fax your registration to +
DAY TWO I 16 MAY 2013 www.milsatcomasia.com 08.30 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH 09.00 14.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme SatCom Requirements and Investment Plans in India Development, GVF • The maritime domain and SatCom infrastructure • Commercial partnerships and opportunities 09.10 • Current operations and capacity SPECIAL ADDRESS: COL Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief, • Border control and disaster management USPACOM Commodore (Ret) Seshadri Vasan, Former Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region East, Indian Navy 09.50 Recent Development of Space Technology in Vietnam 14.30 • Strategy for research and application of space technology INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: in Vietnam until 2020 Signal Jamming and Information Superiority • The activities at the Vietnam National Satellite Center • What is the provision and budget for anti-jamming • VNREDSat and VINASAT • Projects for satellite data utilization technology in the region? Dr. Pham Anh Tuan, Director, Vietnam National Satellite • The type of threat recognised and where it comes from Center (VNSC) • The importance of the CIS landscape and its relationship with networked comms 10.30 MORNING COFFEE Chaired by: Jose Del Rosario, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research 11.00 Communications Capability of the Pakistan Police and Future 15.10 AFTERNOON TEA Plans • Current systems and technology • Views on satellite communications and requirements 15.40 • How fast and high quality communications can assist Developing a Capability Package for NATOs Current SatCom counter-terror operations Services • The potential for SatComs to assist in border management • Enhancing and replacing services Deputy Inspector General Ghulam Shabir Sheikh, • Reaching out up to 15,00Km from Brussels Counter Terror Wing, Pakistan Police Force • The future plans for NATO Service Provision Squadron Leader Michael Kennedy, CIS Capability 11.40 Development, NATO ACT Session reserved for O3B Networks 16.20 12.20 Asia: The Next Hub of Government & Military SatCom Delivering State of the Art Military Satellite Communications • The effects of the US pivot strategy in the region Programmes • Maritime SatCom requirements in the strategic context of the • Update on regional context Korean peninsula and South China Sea • Laying the foundations for own secure information networks • Regional military spending • Enabling regional sovereign capability, space based Jose del Rosario, Senior Analyst, reconnaissance and situational awareness Northern Sky Research • Assisting regional security policies and national defence infrastructures • Case studies of current and future global programmes 17.00 Astrium Representative CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE+44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP- 14 May 2013 Satellite & Satellite-Hybrid Communications Networking Capability and Civil-Military Inter-Agency CollaborationOverview:This half-day workshop will bring together expertise from About your masterclass leader:the satellite and satellite-hybrid communicationsindustry membership of the GVF, companies which, Martin Jarrold, Chief, Internationalamongst other products and services such as fixed Programme Development, Globalsatellite solutions, supply mobile and deployable VSAT Forumsatellite and wireless broadband communications Martin Jarrold was appointed GVFsolutions to military and civilian agency environments, Chief of Internationalincluding in situations where such agencies collaborate ProgrammeDevelopment in June 2001. His particularin the field to deliver effective disaster recovery and responsibilities include outreach to the memberemergency management responses. It will explore the organisations of the GVF and for the furthercomplexities of the range of combined activities of development of the profile of the Forum within themilitary forces and civilian agencies, and to explain how satellite communications industry, and across thethe respective satellite/wireless broadband networking global telecommunications policy and regulatoryrequirements of each of these types of collaborator community.affect and inter-relate with the communicationsdemands of the other. About GVF 13.30 Founded in 1997, GVF is the single and Registration unified voice of the 14.00 global satellite Start of Workshop & Introductions industry. It brings 14.10 together organisations engaged in the delivery of advanced broadband and 60 Minute Focus A: The Military & Non-Military narrowband satellite services to consumers, and Agency Communications Environment commercial and government enterprises worldwide. 15.10 Headquartered in London, GVF is an independent, 60 Minute Focus B: Defence Communications non-partisan and non-profit organisation with 230+ Contractors & the Inter-Agency Space etc. members from more than 85 countries. The broad- based membership represents every major world 16:10 region and every sector of the satellite industry, Coffee Break including fixed and mobile satellite operators, satellite 16.40 network operators, teleports, satellite earth station 60 Minute Focus C: Combining Inter-Agency manufacturers, system integrators, value added and Satellite Communications Platforms enhanced service providers, telecom carriers, consultants, law firms, and users. www.gvf.org 17.40 Interactive Question and Answer Session 18.10 Close of Workshop SMi’s Event Communities 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.
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