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Europe’s Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals
Tuesday 8th November - Thursday 10th November 2016 | Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK
Deanna Ryals, Chief of International MilSatCom, 		
U.S Air Force
Colonel Leonardo Musmanno, Head of Navigation,
Surveillance and SatCom Division, Italian Ministry of
Defence
Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of French SATCOM
Programs, DGA France
Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of
Staff G6, U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa
Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and
Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Valentin Nielsen, CIS Operations
Support Department, Danish Defence Command
Major Attila Horvath, SatCom Specialist, Hungarian
Defence Forces
Major Nicolas Stassin, Defense Staff/ Strategy
Department/ Defense Development Division/ Capabilities
Section/ Enabling Space, Belgian Defense
Magali Vaissiere, Director of Telecommunications and
Integrated Applications, European Space Agency
Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO, 	
U.S Department of Defense
Senior Representative, J6, NATO Joint Forces Command
Brunssum
MINISTERIAL ADDRESS:
Philip Dunne, Minister of State
for Defence Procurement,
UK Ministry of Defence*
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:
Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile
Satellite Services, DISA
Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint
Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Department of
National Defence Canada
HOST NATION ADDRESS:
Air Commodore Nick Hay (TBC),
Head Capability C4ISR,
Joint Forces Command,
UK Ministry of Defence
SPECIAL GUEST ADDRESS:
His Excellency Dr Mohammed
Al Ahbabi, Director-General,
UAE Space Agency
A: Architecting Space Systems
Hosted by: Rachel Morford, Project Leader, Future & International Programs,
MILSATCOM Division, The Aerospace Corporation
8.30 - 11.45
B: The Low Earth Orbit Small Satellite Constellation Revolution
Hosted by: Alex da Silva Curiel, Business Development Manager,
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
12.30 - 16.30
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Dear Industry Colleagues,
On behalf of SES, I would like to welcome you all to SMi Group’s 18th annual Global
MilSatCom conference & exhibition.
As a long standing member and lead sponsor, SES is happy to be part of this prominent
military satellite conference and exhibition in London.
This is an exciting time for our industry with new technologies and technical innovations
becoming more available, from planar antennas to software defined modems and High
Throughput Satellites just to name a few. These technologies are a result of our industry
responding to the ever changing requirements of our defence and governmental
customers. With many governments reducing spending budgets whilst increasing their
requirements for information superiority, a challenging environment has been created
for us all. Our aim as an industry is to respond to these challenges to ensure flexibility for
the missions of the defence and governmental customers, whilst remaining within these
budget constraints. New technologies and new ways of doing business are paving the way
for exciting opportunities within the industry.
An example is SES’s strategic partnership with the Luxembourg Government called GovSat,
where we jointly ordered a satellite in military bands, GovSat-1 to satisfy the need for X- and
military Ka-band requirements.
This conference is an ideal platform to hear about these ideas in a knowledge sharing
environment, involving decision makers, government representatives, military and other
leading international industry professionals.
Please join in the question and answer sessions, network with industry peers and learn about
new breakthroughs in this defence arena. But most of all, enjoy yourselves at this premier
annual event in London. I look forward to seeing you there and at the SES Drinks reception.
Yours sincerely,
Gerard Donelan,
Vice-President Defence & Security,
SES
Pre-Conference Workshops	 PAGE 3
Global MilSatCom Day 1 Agenda	 PAGE 4
Global MilSatCom Day 2 Agenda	 PAGE 5
Global MilSatCom Day 3 Agenda	 PAGE 6
Networking Opportunities	 PAGE 7
Sponsors and Exhibitors		 PAGE 8-9
Global MilSatCom Exhibition
and Media Partners		 PAGE 10-11
Registration page		 PAGE 12
CONTENTS
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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | 7TH NOVEMBER 2016 I PARK PLAZA RIVERBANK HOTEL I LONDON, UK
19.00 	 Pre-Conference Gala Dinner 	
	 (Invitation Only) SPONSORED BY
Hosted by
Hosted by
Workshop overview:
Space systems are increasingly complex, with large trade spaces that
require consideration of many elements. By applying systematic processes
in SatCom space system architecture studies, decision makers gain insight
into both the advantages and disadvantages of different options to
support future courses of action. Architecting space systems requires a
big-picture view of the problem being addressed, including understanding
current shortfalls and future needs. In the course of an architecture study,
many tools and processes are used to identify options, understand the risks
associated with the options, and to run excursions within the trade space.
In this workshop, a survey-level overview of architecting space systems
and evaluation of space systems architectures will be presented, with a
discussion of tools and techniques that have been developed and applied
to solve recent architectural problems.
Why you should attend:
•	 Understand the fundamentals of architecting resilient SatCom systems
•	 Learn about some of the tools and techniques for SatCom system
architecture development
•	 Explore the process of SatCom system architecture evaluation
About the workshop host:
Rachel Morford, Project Leader, Future & International Programs,
MILSATCOM Division, The Aerospace Corporation
The Aerospace Corporation is a not-for-profit company that operates
a U.S. federally funded research and development center (FFRDC)
dedicated solely to assuring mission success. Aerospace provides
leadership and support in all fields and disciplines of research, design,
development, acquisition, operations, and program management.
The corporation’s unique depth of talent in a broad array of scientific
and engineering disciplines, ability to provide objective analysis, and
freedom from conflict of interest allows us to provide leaders with the
information they need to make the right decisions.
Agenda
08.30	 Registration and Coffee
08.45 	 Opening remarks and introductions
08.30	 Resilient SatCom Space System Architectures
Overview of the concept and process for developing SatCom
space system architectures.
•	Fundamentals of Space System Architecting
•	Systems of Systems Architectures and Interoperability
•	Tools and Techniques
09.30	 Evaluation of SatCom Space System Architectures
In the course of a SatCom system architecture study, multiple
architecture options may prove viable. Evaluation of the
architectures is an important step in moving forward with an
architecture decision.
•	Overview of the U.S. Analysis of Alternatives (AoAs) and
decision making processes
•	Tools and Techniques
10.15	 Morning Tea
10.45	 Example Architectures and Lessons Learned
Walk through of example architectures and highlights of
lessons learned from different studies.
•	Recent SatCom architecture studies
11.30	 Closing Remarks and Discussion
11.45	 End of Workshop
Workshop overview:
Small satellites have evolved from being predominantly technology
demonstrators, to being real operational tools and assets. Small satellite
technology has matured to the point where such missions are now
increasingly being used across a wide range of applications, including
commercial communications, secure communications, ship tracking and
operational Earth Observation.
Small satellites can be relatively inexpensive, and can be deployed within
short timescales, making them particularly suitable in “responsive space”
applications and in providing entry-level services, thus making some
applications financially viable. Furthermore, formations and constellations
of small satellites provide some capabilities which cannot be carried out
in any other way with single spacecraft. These capabilities have made
such smallsat systems popular tools to implement new applications and
businesses.
This workshop will provide an overview of how, where, and in which
applications small satellite communication systems are being used. It will
also provide an insight into the technology, capabilities and potential of
small satellite systems in a range of applications.
Why you should attend:
•	 To learn about the capabilities of small satellites in LEO, MEO and GEO
•	 To learn on how various organisations are using and are planning to use
small satellite systems
•	 To better understand the role of small satellites in modern milsatcoms
applications, in Earth Observation, and in other emerging applications
as cost-effective tools
•	 To learn about emerging applications of small satellite in modern
surveillance systems and milsatcoms
•	 To learn about how small satellite can be used in constellations to
provide unique capabilities
Agenda
12.30	 Registration and Coffee
13.00 	 Opening Remarks and Introductions
13.10	 Session 1: Overview of Small Satellites
•	The small satellite revolution
•	Specific advantages of small satellites
•	Overview of small satellite uses
•	Constellations of small satellites
13.50 	 Session 2: Overview of Small Satellites Continued
•	Small satellite capabilities
•	Design for cost-effective solutions
•	Procurement of small satellite systems
•	Low cost launch and operations
14.30	 Afternoon Tea
15.00	 Session 3: Small Satellites for MilSatCom
•	Small satellites for LEO, MEO and GEO
15.40	 Session 4 - Small Satellites for Earth Observation and Surveillance
•	Small satellites for LEO, MEO and GEO
16.20	 Closing Remarks and Discussion
16.30	 End of Workshop
Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) is the world’s leading small
satellite company, delivering complete mission solutions for remote sensing,
science, navigation and telecommunications systems. SSTL is a world
leading small satellite specialist and has provided a range of small satellites
in support of military and communications applications, as well missions
and satellite constellations for space agencies and commercial service
providers. Since 1981 SSTL has manufactured and launched nearly 50
satellites.
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About the workshop host:
Alex da Silva Curiel holds a Masters degree in Satellite Engineering from
the University of Surrey. He is co-chair for the International Astronautical
Congress small satellite symposium, and is a member of several conference
technical committees.
12:30 - 16:30 Afternoon Workshop B: The Low Earth Orbit Small Satellite Constellation Revolution
8.00 - 11.45 Morning Workshop A: Architecting Space Systems
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Day One I UK & Europe
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08.30	
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS:
Gerard Donelan, Vice President Defence and Security, SES
08.35	
OPENING MINISTERIAL ADDRESS
Philip Dunne, Minister of State for Defence Procurement,
UK Ministry of Defence*
09:00
HOST NATION ADDRESS	
UK MoD Strategic SatCom Update
Air Commodore Nick Hay (TBC), Head Capability C4ISR,
Joint Forces Command, UK Ministry of Defence
09:30	
SPECIAL GUEST ADDRESS: How The UAE Space Agency Is Fast Becoming
The Pioneer Of Space Exploration In The 21st Century
•	 An overview of the recent MoU’s with international space agencies
and how this will advance the UAE’s space exploration
•	 An overview of the current structure and research projects
	 undertaken by the UAE Space Agency and how this is contributing to
the Mars mission
-	 Space Research Centre
-	 National Training Plan
•	 Further opportunities for international cooperation and collaboration
	 to strengthen possibilities for global space exploration
His Excellency Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Director-General,
UAE Space Agency
10.00	
ESA - Supporting Innovation In Secure SATCOM For Governmental Use
•	 An outline of the ESA’s key goals and timelines to support
governmental secure SatCom innovation
•	 A phased approach to strengthen Europe’s SatCom industry to
develop innovative technology solutions and new services in security
•	 ESA’s Govsatcom Precursor initiative in coordination with the European
Commission and the European Defense Agency
•	 Towards 2020: Preparing for a European operational GOVSATCOM
Magali Vaissiere, Director of Telecommunications and Integrated
Applications, European Space Agency
10.30	 MORNING COFFEE
11.00	 Session Details To Be Confirmed
Airbus Defence and Space
11.30	
French MilSatCom: A Consistent System for Armed Forces
•	 MILSATCOM architecture for operational requirements
	 - Deployed system from France to troops on the field
	 - IP transformation feedback : RF-IP layers interactions
•	 COMSAT NG : assuring MILSATOM capability continuity
	 - COMSAT NG space segment : two first satellites procurement
	 - COMSAT NG ground segment : new requirements
Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of French SATCOM Programs,
DGA France
12.00	
Welcome To The Eutelsat Quantum World
•	 What makes the Eutelsat Quantum so special?
•	 Ensuring availability, agility and assurity
•	 Military communications in the 5G era
Matthew Child, Head of Government Sector, Eutelsat
12.30	 NETWORKING LUNCH
13.50	
An Update On SICRAL2 And How MilSatCom Services Are Being Provided
For The Italian Armed Forces
•	 Athena Fidus and Sicral2 – how key national requirements can be met
with international allied collaboration
•	 An outline of next-generation requirements and how possible projects,
among which SICRAL 3, can satisfy these
-	 UHF and Ka satellite network for institutional and governmental 	
services
-	 SHF and UHF advanced military SATCOM System
•	 Ensuring their successful launches through a robust financial
programme
-	 Public-private partnerships
-	 Government agencies
Colonel Leonardo Musmanno, Head of Navigation, Surveillance
and SatCom Division, Italian Ministry of Defence
14.20	
GOVSAT-1 - A Key European Governmental Satcom Infrastructure
•	 Programme overview
•	 GOVSAT-1 capabilities
•	 Enabling defence and security applications
Patrick Biewer, Chief Executive Officer, LuxGovSat
14.50	
COMMERCIAL PANEL DISCUSSION: How Industry Is Satisfying
The Key Requirements For SatCom In ISR
•	 An outline of the key challenges in supplying SatCom for UAVs and
RPAS and how these are being overcome
-	 Technical challenges
-	 Regulatory, safety and privacy
•	 Key considerations for SatCom integration into next-generation UAS
•	 Ensuring the effective implementation of SatCom for ISR platforms
•	 Integrating SatCom into manned systems to optimise ISR operations
•	 Key comparisons for SatCom integration into manned and unmanned
systems and main recommendations for operational efficiency
Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General
Colin Sage, Director, International C3 & ISR Programs, Viasat
Daniel Losada, Senior Director of Defense Systems,
Hughes Network Systems
Brian Rodriguez, Director Business Development and Strategy,
Raytheon
15.35	
Delivering Broadband To The Battlespace
•	 Assessing current and future capability gaps
•	 Closing the gaps affordably, with low risk
•	 Adding resilience, protection, and disaggregation
Andy Lincoln, Chief Technical Officer, Tactical Network Solutions,
ViaSat
16.05	 AFTERNOON TEA
16.35	
MilSatCom Evolution
Dan Hart, Vice President, Government Space Systems, Boeing
17.05	
What Makes MilSatCom Fit For The Battlefield?
•	 With operational feedback from the frontline, the presentation will
examine cases of Satcom for land OTM, submarines and surface ships
together with UAVs and mission aircraft platforms:
- Compatibility between satcom mission and the platform mission
- Climatic, mechanical and electromagnetic constraints
- Electronic attacks
- Solutions and technologies to maximize availability, survivability 	
and MTBF
Etienne Boucharlat, Solution Manager, MilSatCom and Tactical
Networks, Thales
17.35	
Five Steps Towards Efficient MilSatCom Operations With Newtec Mx-DMA®
VSAT Return Technology
•	 Industry leading spectral efficiency
•	 Seamless Real-time Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation
•	 Highest Service Availability at Minimal Cost
•	 Optimised SWaP-C (Size, Weight, Power and Cost) for Remote Satcom
Terminals
•	 Unmatched Operational Efficiency providing remotely located
personnel the peace of mind and to keep focused on their core tasks
Koen Willems, Market Director Government & Defense, Newtec
18.05	 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF
	 CONFERENCE DAY ONE
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Day Two I U.S.A.
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08.45	
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS:
Christopher Baugh, President, Northern Sky Research
08.55
KEYNOTE ADDRESS	
Ensuring Effective Strategic Communications For Deployed Warfighters
Through DISA’s Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services Programme
•	 An outline of the key features of the EMSS programme to ensure a
strategic advantage for the warfighter
-	 Global handheld voice, data, paging, and sim-less Short Burst
Data (SBD) communications
•	 How the Iridium satellite network is providing effective coverage for EMSS
•	 Tactical on-the-move communications with the Distributed Tactical
Communication System (DTCS)
•	 Potential for further development of the programme and how the
programme’ long-term sustainability will be maintained
Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile Satellite
Services, DISA
09.25
Satellite Communications: Enabling Critical Surveillance Capabilities
•	 Commercial satellite communications serves as the backbone
for ground and air-based surveillance platforms used by global
government customers today
•	 Industry must partner with government to innovate “best in class”
SATCOM solutions for next generation ISR platforms
•	 SATCOM network-enabled surveillance nodes can deliver enhanced
situational awareness and enhance border security, migration
management efforts and keep troops out of harm’s way
Nicole Robinson, Corporate Vice President, Government Market
Solutions, SES
09.55	
How The DoD Teleport Program Ensures Effective Interoperability Between
Multiple SatCom Systems In The U.S
•	 Main goals and initiatives of the programme and how these will be
satisfied
-	 Gateway to the Global Information Grid (GIG)
-	 Complete access to the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN)
•	 An outline of the three phases and roadmap of the programme
-	 Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Extreme Data
Rate (XDR) addition via Navy Multiband Terminal addition
-	 WGA X/Ka via Army Modernisation of Enterprise Terminal
addition
-	 Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) to legacy interoperability
via the MUOS to Legacy Gateway Component (MLGC)
•	 Key challenges and obstacles to full interoperability and how these
can be eliminated for future projects
Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO,
U.S Department of Defense
10.25	 MORNING COFFEE
10.55	
MilSatCom – Ensuring Mission Relevance
•	 Supporting the User: Don’t forget the “Military” in “MIL-SATCOM”
•	 Resilience: Getting beyond the buzzword
•	 Technology trends – Operational benefits
•	 MUOS and AEHF – growing relevance for tomorrow’s missions
•	 Acquisition lessons for future procurements
Justin Keller, Director, Military Space Advanced Programs,
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
11.25	
PANEL DISCUSSION: Adapting To Evolving Threats By Creating
More Resilient And Robust MilSatCom Systems
•	 An outline of the components of space systems that are more at risk
and how these align with the evolving threats
•	 Strengths and weaknesses of current commercial solutions and
government programmes that are designed to address the threats
•	 The best method to successfully integrate greater resiliency into
MilSatCom systems so long-term threats will be minimised
•	 How external threats could evolve and the key components that
need to be considered long-term to ensure resiliency
MODERATOR: Claude Rousseau, Research Director,
Northern Sky Research
Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile
Satellite Services, DISA
Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO,
U.S Department of Defense
Deanna Ryals, Chief International MilSatCom, U.S Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of Staff G6,
U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa
12.10	 NETWORKING LUNCH SPONSORED BY
13.30	 Session Details To Be Confirmed
Airbus Defence and Space
14.00	
Ensuring Effective And Efficient Network Services For NATO Operations
•	 Role of JFCB in planning process and execution of CIS support to
operations
•	 Challenges in providing secure and robust services in operations
•	 Prospect of expectations to CIS in operational environment
Speaker to be Confirmed, J6, NATO Joint Forces Command
Brunssum
14.30	
Staying Ahead Of The Bits: How HTS Is Enabling Mobility Applications And
Performance To Meet The Accelerating Demands Of Data Hungry Users
•	 Key considerations for operating in an HTS architecture
•	 Choosing throughput or coverage—what matters most?
•	 How fast can I go: speeds and feeds
•	 New service models—cost vs. flexibility
Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General
15.00	 AFTERNOON TEA
15.30	
How The U.S Can Maximise Key Capabilities Across The U.S Armed
Forces With Greater Allied Collaboration And Advanced Planning
•	 Current examples of successful allied collaboration to enhance allied
and U.S capabilities
•	 An outline of the US Air Force’s next-generation requirements and why
allied collaboration is critical for both cost-efficiency and satisfying
requirements
•	 The importance of allies in the acquisition process to ensure successful
integration for all parties
•	 How industry are responding to interoperability and the level of
flexibility to ensure all requirements are satisfied
Deanna Ryals, Chief International MilSatCom,
U.S Air Force
16:00	
Transforming MILSATCOM with Commercial Technologies
•	 Advanced waveforms for micro terminal based service
•	 Protected communications
•	 High throughput gateways and terminals for worldwide deployment
•	 Next generation airborne SATCOM including rotary wing aircraft
Daniel Losada, Senior Director of Defense Systems,
Hughes Network Systems
16.30	
How The Marine Corps Is Optimising Satellite Communications For
Regional Operations
•	 SATCOM Consolidation: From multiple families to fewer, more
expeditionary systems
•	 Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response Africa’s
(SPMAGTF-CR-AF) use of SATCOM systems to support distributed
operations
•	 En route mission planning and command and control capabilities
•	 Operation United Assistance in Monrovia, Liberia
•	 Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services
•	 Mobile User Objective System
•	 Network on the Move Shipboard
Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of Staff G6,
U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa
17.00	
Evolution Of Protected Resilient SatCom
•	 Emerging Missions and New Platforms
•	 Protected Tactical Edge AJ SATCOM for the Warfighter
•	 Commercial SATCOM Integration
•	 Evolution to Affordable High Performance Terminals
Brian Rodriguez, Director, International Programs, Raytheon
17.30	 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF
	 CONFERENCE DAY TWO
18.20	 NETWORKING DRINKS
	 RECEPTION SPONSORED BY
Thursday10thNovember2016
Day Three I International
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09.00	
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS:
Patrick H. Rayermann, Director, Business Operations,
Airbus Defence and Space
09.10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS	
How Tactical Narrowband Satellite Communication (TNS) Project Will
Satisfy Next-Generation SatCom Requirements
•	 An outline of the TNS project roadmap and key timelines to ensure
successful final delivery in 2023
•	 Key capabilities of the TNS Project and how this satisfies long-term
requirements
•	 Overcoming the main challenges to ensure the successful operational
efficiency of the TNS project
Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint
Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Department of
National Defence Canada
09.40	
High Throughput Satellite (HTS) Communications for Government and
Military Applications
•	 O3b Networks provides global HTS communications services over a
constellation of medium earth orbit (MEO) satellites
•	 Unique capabilities include: up to 1.6 Gbps throughput, round trip
latency of 150msec or less, and steerable beams that provide services
where you need it/when you need it
•	 Secure gateways located around the world
•	 Supported applications include: In-theater, deployable 3G/4G LTE
backhaul; Secure global cloud (Big Data) services; latency sensitive
ERP applications, and high throughput maritime communications 
(>400Mbps)
Jack Deasy, VP of Government Sales, O3b Networks
10.10
Satisfying Critical MilSatCom Requirements In The NZDF
•	 An outline of the unique NZDF Challenges and how these are being
minimised
-	 NZDF AOR
-	 NZDF ORBAT – Our Platforms
-	 SATCOM ORBAT
-	 Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HADR) - MCIP
-	 Restricted Bandwidth – Combined Services Pool
• 	How NZDF are optimising WGS capabilities to satisfy key national
requirements
-	 Benefits to NZDF and the NZ contribution
•	 An outline of next-generation SatCom capabilities and requirements in
line with NZDF 2035
Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and
Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force
10.40	 MORNING COFFEE
11.10
Near Arctic Communication Challenges
•	 Introduction to Norwegian networking with satellite capacity
•	 Low elevation angles and northern terrain constraints
•	 Increased availability by using inclined satellites
•	 Experience with Iridium OpenPort in Arctic
•	 Alternative HEO-plans
•	 LEO/MEO expectations
•	 Conceptual Satcom/LTE convergence
Erik Sletengen, Senior Engineer, SatCom, Norwegian Defence
Logistics Organisation
11.40	
Bombs, Bullets And Bandwidth - How Industry Can Support Warfare In The
Information Age
•	 COTM – covering Armoured Divisional HQ’s down to Tactical Recce
and ISTAR assets.
•	 Adaptive Satellite Access Technology - Bandwidth Agility and
Efficiency, discussing benefits that it can bring to ISTAR and large scale
product dissemination eg FMV & Large File transfer.
•	 UAVs, SIBS and enabling Users to control the resource.
•	 Future BLOS – what does SKYNET 5 look like in 2022 at the end of the
concession and the FBLOS start state?
Senior Representative, Director of Business Development
(Defence), Advantech Wireless
12.20
PANEL DISCUSSION: Ensuring Effective Communication
Capabilities in the Arctic and Harsh Environments
•	 An outline of the unique challenges faced with military
communications in the Arctic and harsh environments, and how
	 these are overcome
• 	Key considerations to ensure robust communications in the Arctic
	 and harsh conditions
• 	Case studies of recent operations and the key lessons learnt
• 	How future requirements will impact the procurement options for
communication capabilities in the Arctic and harsh environments
Moderator: Patrick H. Rayermann, Director, Business Operations,
Airbus Defence and Space
Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint
Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Canadian
Department of National Defence
Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and
Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force
Erik Sletengen, Senior Engineer, Satcom, Norwegian Defence
Logistics Organisation
13.00	 NETWORKING LUNCH
14.00	 Session Details To Be Confirmed
Airbus Defence and Space
14.30 	
Danish Approach, Solutions, And Concerns With Regards to Military Use
Of SatCom
•	 Optimising civilian and military assets to satisfy key requirements
•	 The demand for the civilian society to meet military requirements
•	 MilSatCom vulnerability and overcoming this to ensure operational
efficiency
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Valentin Nielsen, CIS Operations
Support Department, Danish Defence Command
15.00
How Belgium Defence Satisfies Military Communication Requirements
•	 Belgian Defence operations in a nutshell
•	 Space-based capabilities and services as major enablers for
expeditionary forces
•	 SatCom current solutions
-	Partnerships
-	Cooperation
-	 Commercial providers
•	 Requirements and needs for the future
•	 Potential options
Major Nicolas Stassin, Defense Staff/Strategy Department/
Defense Development Division/ Capabilities Section/Enabling
Space, Belgian Defense
15.30	 AFTERNOON TEA
16.00
Balancing And Integrating MilSatCom And Commercial Services:
Dilemmas And Solutions For The Hungarian Defence Forces
•	 Solution for VSAT: VNO hosted by an allied nation
-	 Selection of the host operator
-	 The question of on-the-job training for the virtual operator
-	 The residual risk of connecting the host and the VNO via 		
landline
•	 Solution for TACSAT: Inmarsat L-TAC with VHF
Major Attila Horvath, Senior Staff Officer, General Staff J6,
Ministry of Defence Hungary
16.30	
SPECIAL CLOSING ADDRESS:
How Military Forces Could Benefit From OneWeb Services
•	 Provide overview of OneWeb satellite constellation, ground network,
user terminals, and service offerings
•	 The key benefits of OneWeb services include:
-	 High throughput, low latency services to very small user 	 	
terminals
-	 Near global coverage with seamless transition between 		
coverage footprints
-	 Flexible service offerings to balance performance with cost to 	
	 meet customer requirements
-	 Multiple access technologies to extend connectivity from user 	
	 terminals to end users
Michael Radermacher, Director of North American & Global
Military Business Development, OneWeb
17.00	
CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE
Europe’s leading independent military communications event for satellite professionals
offers unrivalled networking opportunities. Leave Global MilSatCom 2016 with new
contacts and stronger relationships.
•	Directly engage with military representatives from around the world
•	Dedicated Question & Answer sessions during the conference will 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
•	Two evening networking receptions on day one and day two
•	Two invitation-only evening dinners before the conference and at the end of day one
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
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
Eutelsat will be hosting an Evening Dinner at the end of day one. This event will
be hosted in the Chino Latino restaurant in the hotel and this is an invitation only
event.
This year’s reception will be held in the City Suite at the conference venue and
will be hosted by SES at the end of the conference on day one.
SMi Group and our sponsor, Lockheed Martin will be hosting a pre-conference reception and
dinner at The Army & Navy Club, affectionately known as The Rag, in Mayfair, London. This will
take place after the pre-conference workshops and is invitation only.
Monday 7th November – Pre-Conference Gala Dinner
Tuesday 8th November – Networking Reception
Tuesday 8th November – Evening Dinner
Airbus Defence and Space and SMi Group are delighted to invite you to a historical
and distinctive Evening Reception on Tuesday  9th November 2016  at London’s Royal
Hospital Chelsea. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Grade I and II  listed heritage
site dating back to 1692 now offers a home to The Chelsea Pensioners, all former British
Army soldiers, in recognition of their loyal service to the nation. The Chelsea Pensioners
have not only become iconic in Chelsea and London, but also an iconic face of the
UK veteran community.
Wednesday 9th November – Royal Hospital Chelsea
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Advantech Wireless is the leading wireless broadband telecommunications solution provider for Commercial, Critical
Infrastructure & Government and Military clients. Our smarter solutions give our customers the freedom to reach further, to
achieve reliable connectivity anywhere in the world, and accomplish critical missions of global significance. Smarter Solutions.
Global Reach. www.AdvantechWireless.com
Boeing’s global satellite business, headquartered in El Segundo, Calif is the company’s center for government and commercial
satellite systems. Boeing offers end-to-end intelligence services and large-scale systems integration; intelligence, surveillance
and reconnaissance systems; and navigation and communication systems. www.boeing.com
Eutelsat is one of the world’s leading and most experienced operators of communications satellites. With capacity on 40
satellites, the company provides global communications solutions for government, broadcast, broadband, telecoms and
data markets. With extensive coverage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Eutelsat plays a vital role in interconnecting services
between Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Our customer-focused approach with tailor-made solutions
makes us the supplier of choice for government service providers, NGOs and disaster recovery/humanitarian communications
providers. A leader in innovation, Eutelsat will revolutionise telecom markets with a new era of commercial satellite services for
government, mobility and data markets. Headquartered in Paris, Eutelsat’s offices and teleports around the globe work closely
with clients to deliver the highest quality of service. www.eutelsat.com
GOVSAT-1 is a multi-mission satellite that offers X-band and military Ka-band capacity over Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
As a public private venture between the Government of Luxembourg and SES, it combines the benefits of a stable European
Government and NATO member with the experience and competences of a leader in satellite operations. www.govsat.lu
Hughes Network Systems, LLC (Hughes) is the world’s leading provider of satellite broadband, delivering innovative network
technologies, managed services, and communications solutions globally. Headquartered outside Washington, D.C., in
Germantown, Maryland, Hughes operates sales and support offices worldwide, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of EchoStar
Corporation (NASDAQ: SATS). www.hughes.com
Intelsat General provides satellite communications solutions to military, commercial and government customers over Intelsat’s
fleet of more than 50 satellites and a global terrestrial network of teleports and fiber infrastructure. Intelsat General also offers
these customers the option of placing a dedicated hosted communications payload aboard an Intelsat satellite. From remote
military outposts, disaster recovery sites and U.S. embassies to health and homeland security agencies, Intelsat General’s
solutions support even the most complex operations, from routine to mission critical, anywhere on the globe. These solutions
address the numerous communications challenges inherent in a wide range of applications. From Airborne ISR/UAV scenarios to
Distance Learning to Logistics, Intelsat General engineers can enhance government, military and commercial communications
to allow customers to achieve their mission objectives. Based in McLean, VA, Intelsat General is an indirect, wholly owned
subsidiary of Intelsat S.A, the world’s largest and most experienced provider of fixed and mobile satellite services for many of the
world’s leading media and network companies, ISPs and government agencies. www.intelsatgeneral.com
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that – with the
addition of Sikorsky – employs approximately 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design,
development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. www.
lockheedmartin.com
Newtec Cy n.v. (www.newtec.eu) is a global industry leader, shaping the future of satellite communications, offering state-
of-the-art COTS products and solutions for the Government, Defense, Broadcast, Broadband Access, Backhaul and Trunking
markets. With its passionate commitment to R&D Newtec remains in the forefront of technological development, continuing
the pioneering contributions that have led to satellite industry standards including DVB-S2X, DVB-S2 and revolutionary VSAT
technology such as the Newtec Dialog Multiservice Platform. www.newtec.eu
Airbus Defence and Space is a division of Airbus Group formed by combining the business activities of Cassidian, Astrium and
Airbus Military. The new division is Europe’s number one defence and space enterprise, the second largest space business
worldwide and among the top ten global defence enterprises. It employs some 40,000 employees generating revenues of
approximately €14 billion per year. We are world leaders in providing global fixed and mobile satellite communication services
to governments, militaries and security forces. Indeed, as the world’s number one private-sector military satellite communications
provider, we deliver the flexibility, resiliency and security required by demanding governments and militaries. And we do this for
all communications applications, whether they’re land, airborne or naval. As a truly global organisation, we at Airbus Defence
and Space understand local markets, allowing us to support our customers wherever they are. With regional strategic sales
and support services in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, our presence on the ground where our
customers need us most is bolstered by our global reach. www.airbusdefenceandspace.com / www.satcom-airbusds.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
LEAD SPONSOR
GOLD SPONSOR
SPONSORS
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SES is the world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of more than 50 geostationary satellites. SES is
trusted by governments and public institutions around the world to deliver vital communication links.
Our global satellite fleet helps deliver successful independent security, defense, civil and industry
projects that serve your specific requirements, including hosted payloads and bespoke networks.
SES also provides services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and
fixed network operators and business organisations worldwide. SES stands for long-lasting business
relationships, high-quality service and excellence in the satellite 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. www.ses.com
O3b Networks is a global satellite service provider operating a next-generation satellite network for telecommunications
operators, ISPs, enterprise and government customers in emerging and under-connected markets. The O3b system combines
the global reach of satellite with the speed of a fiber-optic network, providing billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180
countries with low-cost, high-speed, low latency internet and mobile connectivity. www.o3bnetworks.com
Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000 employees worldwide, is a technology and innovation leader
specializing in defense, security and civil markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon
provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and
command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as cyber security and a broad range of mission support
services. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Mass. For more about Raytheon, visit us at www.raytheon.com and follow us
on Twitter @raytheon
Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets. With 62,000 employees in 56
countries, Thales reported sales of €14 billion in 2015. With over 22,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability
to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its exceptional
international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world. www.thalesgroup.com
With ViaSat’s satellite communications and cybersecurity systems and services, warfighters can securely access information
anywhere: Worldwide airborne mobile broadband; UHF to Ka satellite services & systems; WGS-certified & NATO STANAG
accredited; Software-defined satellite networking; Real-time situational awareness & Blue Force Tracking; On-the-move &
At-the-halt command & control. www.viasat.com
COMSAT, Headquartered in Herndon, Va., is part of Satcom Direct (SD), the leading provider of satellite voice and
broadband data solutions for flight deck and cabin communications serving business, military, government, and heads of
state aircraft. With a direct lineage from the COMSAT organization that was created by the Communications Satellite Act
of 1962, the company has played an important role in the SATCOM industry from its inception to present day. COMSAT
offers a broad array of advanced solutions to meet U.S. military and commercial requirements, including fixed- and rotary-
wing aircraft, homeland security systems, public safety communications, defense electronics and avionics, and threat
detection. COMSAT’s key milestones include being a founding member of Intelsat; operating the Marisat fleet network,
which provided the first mobile satellite communications services to the United States Navy; and founding the initial
operating system of Inmarsat from the company’s two earth stations. www.satcomdirect.com
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. designs, develops, produces and markets innovative products, systems and services
for advanced communications solutions. Its solutions play a vital role in providing or enhancing communication capabilities
when terrestrial communications infrastructure is unavailable, inefficient or too expensive. These divisions are exhibiting:
Comtech EF Data and Comtech Xicom Technologies. www.comtechtel.com
DataPath specializes in advanced communications solutions tailored to the unique requirements of aerospace, broadcast,
government, and infrastructure clients. Our solutions include a range of both custom and commercial off-the-shelf field
communications and information technology products, including satellite communication systems, network management
software, and cyber security services. All of our offerings are backed by 24×7 customer care and global field support. At
DataPath we are passionate about helping our clients achieve mission success. For more information, visit www.datapath.
com. www.datapath.com
GATR manufactures deployable inflatable satellite communication terminals, which dramatically reduce the weight
and volume of SATCOM terminals (by as much as 80%) used for rapid deployment of high-bandwidth data/voice/video
connections. GATR terminals have been used all over the globe by the US and allied military, intelligence, diplomatic and
homeland security organizations Ku-, C-, and WGS certified X- and Ka-bands. www.gatr.com
Spectra Group, providers of secure satellite voice and data communications, presents Slingshot®, a lightweight unit that
converts existing tactical radios to SATCOM. Using Inmarsat’s L-TAC™ service, SlingShot is a straightforward and cost-
effective way to achieve secure BLOS Command & Control communications on the move, using UHF and VHF radios.
www.tacsat.net
Unique Broadband Systems Ltd. (or UBS) is a Canadian multinational, privately owned and operated company that
specializes in Military and Radar, SATCOM, Broadcast, RF and Digital Telecommunication Technologies , design and
manufacturing of complete digital transmission systems as well as individual components for digital audio and video
broadcasting. www.uniquesys.com
There are still some sponsorship and exhibition packages available on a first-come, first-served basis,
for more information please contact Alia Malick, Director, SMi Group on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or
e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
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EXHIBITORS
FOUR KEY REASONS TO SPONSOR AND EXHIBIT
1. 	Meet with military and government end-users from every
continent
2. 	Maximise your networking opportunities with two invitation-only
evening dinners and two networking receptions
3. 	Meet with senior decision-makers from across the industry and
develop key business partnerships
4. 	Hear how competitors are enhancing their product-line and learn
how your solutions better suit market requirements
For more information please
contact Alia Malick, Director,
SMi Group on
+44 (0) 207 827 6168
or e-mail:
amalick@smi-online.co.uk
Global MilSatCom Exhibition
A SatCom event designed around the needs of the military market
To keep updated with programme developments or to reserve your place, please visit:
www.globalmilsatcom.com
Global MilSatCom Community #GlobalMilSatCom @SMiGroupDefence
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Global MilSatCom is the ultimate platform for companies to showcase their products and
services. Spend time meeting and networking with senior military representatives and
commercial peers to maximise your value at the show. The exhibition hall showcases the
latest advancements in satellite technologies and services from industry-leading suppliers.
Meet with these experts and further enhance your operational capability and satisfy your
requirements to drive you towards the forefront of the MilSatCom arena.
• Global MilSatCom is growing in stature, in 2016 there will be over 450 attendees
and over 20 government speakers
• Global MilSatCom is a truly Global event with military and government
attendees represented from every continent
• Attendance at Global MilSatCom has increased by 95% since 2005 and has
grown year-on-year
• Attendance by military and government has increased by 130% since 2005
• There is a 100% repeat rate for every networking sponsor
• Global MilSatCom was sold out for the 5th year in a row in 2015, including 11
new sponsors and exhibitors
Target your market! Limited exhibition space remaining! Sold out for the last twelve years.
For information on how you could get involved please contact:
Alia Malick, Director on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
Following the success of last year’s event, we are pleased to announce we will be
returning to Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel for Global MilSatCom 2016.
If you wish to book accommodation for the conference at the luxurious Park
Plaza Riverbank Hotel, we can make the booking on your behalf at SMi’s special
discounted rates. To make a reservation and receive the discounted rate, please
call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 or email hotels@smi-online.co.uk
THE VENUE
What have past attendees said about Global MilSatCom?
“This is my first Global MilSatCom conference and it has been a
very informative learning experience. I look forward to coming
back as a delegate from Canada and contributing further.”
Canadian Department of National Defence
“As a newcomer to Global MilSatCom, I can tell you that I absolutely got a lot out
of the event and I hope to get to future meetings. It was an
excellent event and the SMi team did a fantastic job.”
U.S Air Force
LEADING MEDIA PARTNER SUPPORTING ASSOCIATIONS
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com
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OFFICIAL EVENT MEDIA PARTNERS
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GLOBAL MILSATCOM 2016
Conference: Tuesday 8th November - Thursday 10th November 2016 I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Workshops: Monday 7th November
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FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712
PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711
ONLINE www.globalmilsatcom.com
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House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS
If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk
Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must
be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then
credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within
7 days of event require payment on booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given
until payment has been received.
Substitutions/Name Changes: If you are unable to attend you may nominate, in writing, another
delegate to take your place at any time prior to the start of the event. Two or more delegates may
not ‘share’ a place at an event. Please make separate bookings for each delegate.
Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance at an event and you are unable to send
a substitute, then we will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less a £50 administration charge,
providing that cancellation is made in writing and received at least 28 days prior to the start of
the event. Regretfully cancellation after this time cannot be accepted. We will however provide
the conferences documentation via the Document Portal to any delegate who has paid but is
unable to attend for any reason. Due to the interactive nature of the Briefings we are not normally
able to provide documentation in these circumstances. We cannot accept cancellations of
orders placed for Documentation or the Document Portal as these are reproduced specifically to
order. If we have to cancel the event for any reason, then we will make a full refund immediately,
but disclaim any further liability.
Alterations: It may become necessary for us to make alterations to the content, speakers, timing,
venue or date of the event compared to the advertised programme.
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Act 1998 and we may use this to contact you by telephone, fax, post or email to tell you about
other products and services. Unless you tick here □ we may also share your data with third parties
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SMi Group's 18th annual Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition

  • 1. Europe’s Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals Tuesday 8th November - Thursday 10th November 2016 | Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Deanna Ryals, Chief of International MilSatCom, U.S Air Force Colonel Leonardo Musmanno, Head of Navigation, Surveillance and SatCom Division, Italian Ministry of Defence Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of French SATCOM Programs, DGA France Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of Staff G6, U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force Lieutenant Colonel Frank Valentin Nielsen, CIS Operations Support Department, Danish Defence Command Major Attila Horvath, SatCom Specialist, Hungarian Defence Forces Major Nicolas Stassin, Defense Staff/ Strategy Department/ Defense Development Division/ Capabilities Section/ Enabling Space, Belgian Defense Magali Vaissiere, Director of Telecommunications and Integrated Applications, European Space Agency Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO, U.S Department of Defense Senior Representative, J6, NATO Joint Forces Command Brunssum MINISTERIAL ADDRESS: Philip Dunne, Minister of State for Defence Procurement, UK Ministry of Defence* KEYNOTE ADDRESSES: Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services, DISA Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Department of National Defence Canada HOST NATION ADDRESS: Air Commodore Nick Hay (TBC), Head Capability C4ISR, Joint Forces Command, UK Ministry of Defence SPECIAL GUEST ADDRESS: His Excellency Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Director-General, UAE Space Agency A: Architecting Space Systems Hosted by: Rachel Morford, Project Leader, Future & International Programs, MILSATCOM Division, The Aerospace Corporation 8.30 - 11.45 B: The Low Earth Orbit Small Satellite Constellation Revolution Hosted by: Alex da Silva Curiel, Business Development Manager, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd 12.30 - 16.30 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS |7TH NOVEMBER 2016 SMi’s 18th Annual C O N F E R E N C E & E X H I B I T I O N 2 0 1 6 LEAD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS ALSO INCLUDE: To keep updated with programme developments or to reserve your place, please visit: www.globalmilsatcom.com Global MilSatCom Community #GlobalMilSatCom @SMiGroupDefence BOOK BY 30TH JUNE AND SAVE £200 • BOOK BY 30TH SEPTEMBER AND SAVE £100 SPONSORS * Subject to final confirmation EXHIBITORS
  • 2. Dear Industry Colleagues, On behalf of SES, I would like to welcome you all to SMi Group’s 18th annual Global MilSatCom conference & exhibition. As a long standing member and lead sponsor, SES is happy to be part of this prominent military satellite conference and exhibition in London. This is an exciting time for our industry with new technologies and technical innovations becoming more available, from planar antennas to software defined modems and High Throughput Satellites just to name a few. These technologies are a result of our industry responding to the ever changing requirements of our defence and governmental customers. With many governments reducing spending budgets whilst increasing their requirements for information superiority, a challenging environment has been created for us all. Our aim as an industry is to respond to these challenges to ensure flexibility for the missions of the defence and governmental customers, whilst remaining within these budget constraints. New technologies and new ways of doing business are paving the way for exciting opportunities within the industry. An example is SES’s strategic partnership with the Luxembourg Government called GovSat, where we jointly ordered a satellite in military bands, GovSat-1 to satisfy the need for X- and military Ka-band requirements. This conference is an ideal platform to hear about these ideas in a knowledge sharing environment, involving decision makers, government representatives, military and other leading international industry professionals. Please join in the question and answer sessions, network with industry peers and learn about new breakthroughs in this defence arena. But most of all, enjoy yourselves at this premier annual event in London. I look forward to seeing you there and at the SES Drinks reception. Yours sincerely, Gerard Donelan, Vice-President Defence & Security, SES Pre-Conference Workshops PAGE 3 Global MilSatCom Day 1 Agenda PAGE 4 Global MilSatCom Day 2 Agenda PAGE 5 Global MilSatCom Day 3 Agenda PAGE 6 Networking Opportunities PAGE 7 Sponsors and Exhibitors PAGE 8-9 Global MilSatCom Exhibition and Media Partners PAGE 10-11 Registration page PAGE 12 CONTENTS 2
  • 3. PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | 7TH NOVEMBER 2016 I PARK PLAZA RIVERBANK HOTEL I LONDON, UK 19.00 Pre-Conference Gala Dinner (Invitation Only) SPONSORED BY Hosted by Hosted by Workshop overview: Space systems are increasingly complex, with large trade spaces that require consideration of many elements. By applying systematic processes in SatCom space system architecture studies, decision makers gain insight into both the advantages and disadvantages of different options to support future courses of action. Architecting space systems requires a big-picture view of the problem being addressed, including understanding current shortfalls and future needs. In the course of an architecture study, many tools and processes are used to identify options, understand the risks associated with the options, and to run excursions within the trade space. In this workshop, a survey-level overview of architecting space systems and evaluation of space systems architectures will be presented, with a discussion of tools and techniques that have been developed and applied to solve recent architectural problems. Why you should attend: • Understand the fundamentals of architecting resilient SatCom systems • Learn about some of the tools and techniques for SatCom system architecture development • Explore the process of SatCom system architecture evaluation About the workshop host: Rachel Morford, Project Leader, Future & International Programs, MILSATCOM Division, The Aerospace Corporation The Aerospace Corporation is a not-for-profit company that operates a U.S. federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) dedicated solely to assuring mission success. Aerospace provides leadership and support in all fields and disciplines of research, design, development, acquisition, operations, and program management. The corporation’s unique depth of talent in a broad array of scientific and engineering disciplines, ability to provide objective analysis, and freedom from conflict of interest allows us to provide leaders with the information they need to make the right decisions. Agenda 08.30 Registration and Coffee 08.45 Opening remarks and introductions 08.30 Resilient SatCom Space System Architectures Overview of the concept and process for developing SatCom space system architectures. • Fundamentals of Space System Architecting • Systems of Systems Architectures and Interoperability • Tools and Techniques 09.30 Evaluation of SatCom Space System Architectures In the course of a SatCom system architecture study, multiple architecture options may prove viable. Evaluation of the architectures is an important step in moving forward with an architecture decision. • Overview of the U.S. Analysis of Alternatives (AoAs) and decision making processes • Tools and Techniques 10.15 Morning Tea 10.45 Example Architectures and Lessons Learned Walk through of example architectures and highlights of lessons learned from different studies. • Recent SatCom architecture studies 11.30 Closing Remarks and Discussion 11.45 End of Workshop Workshop overview: Small satellites have evolved from being predominantly technology demonstrators, to being real operational tools and assets. Small satellite technology has matured to the point where such missions are now increasingly being used across a wide range of applications, including commercial communications, secure communications, ship tracking and operational Earth Observation. Small satellites can be relatively inexpensive, and can be deployed within short timescales, making them particularly suitable in “responsive space” applications and in providing entry-level services, thus making some applications financially viable. Furthermore, formations and constellations of small satellites provide some capabilities which cannot be carried out in any other way with single spacecraft. These capabilities have made such smallsat systems popular tools to implement new applications and businesses. This workshop will provide an overview of how, where, and in which applications small satellite communication systems are being used. It will also provide an insight into the technology, capabilities and potential of small satellite systems in a range of applications. Why you should attend: • To learn about the capabilities of small satellites in LEO, MEO and GEO • To learn on how various organisations are using and are planning to use small satellite systems • To better understand the role of small satellites in modern milsatcoms applications, in Earth Observation, and in other emerging applications as cost-effective tools • To learn about emerging applications of small satellite in modern surveillance systems and milsatcoms • To learn about how small satellite can be used in constellations to provide unique capabilities Agenda 12.30 Registration and Coffee 13.00 Opening Remarks and Introductions 13.10 Session 1: Overview of Small Satellites • The small satellite revolution • Specific advantages of small satellites • Overview of small satellite uses • Constellations of small satellites 13.50 Session 2: Overview of Small Satellites Continued • Small satellite capabilities • Design for cost-effective solutions • Procurement of small satellite systems • Low cost launch and operations 14.30 Afternoon Tea 15.00 Session 3: Small Satellites for MilSatCom • Small satellites for LEO, MEO and GEO 15.40 Session 4 - Small Satellites for Earth Observation and Surveillance • Small satellites for LEO, MEO and GEO 16.20 Closing Remarks and Discussion 16.30 End of Workshop Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) is the world’s leading small satellite company, delivering complete mission solutions for remote sensing, science, navigation and telecommunications systems. SSTL is a world leading small satellite specialist and has provided a range of small satellites in support of military and communications applications, as well missions and satellite constellations for space agencies and commercial service providers. Since 1981 SSTL has manufactured and launched nearly 50 satellites. 3 About the workshop host: Alex da Silva Curiel holds a Masters degree in Satellite Engineering from the University of Surrey. He is co-chair for the International Astronautical Congress small satellite symposium, and is a member of several conference technical committees. 12:30 - 16:30 Afternoon Workshop B: The Low Earth Orbit Small Satellite Constellation Revolution 8.00 - 11.45 Morning Workshop A: Architecting Space Systems
  • 4. Tuesday8thNovember2016 Register online at www Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0 GROUP DISCOU Day One I UK & Europe 4 08.30 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS: Gerard Donelan, Vice President Defence and Security, SES 08.35 OPENING MINISTERIAL ADDRESS Philip Dunne, Minister of State for Defence Procurement, UK Ministry of Defence* 09:00 HOST NATION ADDRESS UK MoD Strategic SatCom Update Air Commodore Nick Hay (TBC), Head Capability C4ISR, Joint Forces Command, UK Ministry of Defence 09:30 SPECIAL GUEST ADDRESS: How The UAE Space Agency Is Fast Becoming The Pioneer Of Space Exploration In The 21st Century • An overview of the recent MoU’s with international space agencies and how this will advance the UAE’s space exploration • An overview of the current structure and research projects undertaken by the UAE Space Agency and how this is contributing to the Mars mission - Space Research Centre - National Training Plan • Further opportunities for international cooperation and collaboration to strengthen possibilities for global space exploration His Excellency Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Director-General, UAE Space Agency 10.00 ESA - Supporting Innovation In Secure SATCOM For Governmental Use • An outline of the ESA’s key goals and timelines to support governmental secure SatCom innovation • A phased approach to strengthen Europe’s SatCom industry to develop innovative technology solutions and new services in security • ESA’s Govsatcom Precursor initiative in coordination with the European Commission and the European Defense Agency • Towards 2020: Preparing for a European operational GOVSATCOM Magali Vaissiere, Director of Telecommunications and Integrated Applications, European Space Agency 10.30 MORNING COFFEE 11.00 Session Details To Be Confirmed Airbus Defence and Space 11.30 French MilSatCom: A Consistent System for Armed Forces • MILSATCOM architecture for operational requirements - Deployed system from France to troops on the field - IP transformation feedback : RF-IP layers interactions • COMSAT NG : assuring MILSATOM capability continuity - COMSAT NG space segment : two first satellites procurement - COMSAT NG ground segment : new requirements Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of French SATCOM Programs, DGA France 12.00 Welcome To The Eutelsat Quantum World • What makes the Eutelsat Quantum so special? • Ensuring availability, agility and assurity • Military communications in the 5G era Matthew Child, Head of Government Sector, Eutelsat 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH 13.50 An Update On SICRAL2 And How MilSatCom Services Are Being Provided For The Italian Armed Forces • Athena Fidus and Sicral2 – how key national requirements can be met with international allied collaboration • An outline of next-generation requirements and how possible projects, among which SICRAL 3, can satisfy these - UHF and Ka satellite network for institutional and governmental services - SHF and UHF advanced military SATCOM System • Ensuring their successful launches through a robust financial programme - Public-private partnerships - Government agencies Colonel Leonardo Musmanno, Head of Navigation, Surveillance and SatCom Division, Italian Ministry of Defence 14.20 GOVSAT-1 - A Key European Governmental Satcom Infrastructure • Programme overview • GOVSAT-1 capabilities • Enabling defence and security applications Patrick Biewer, Chief Executive Officer, LuxGovSat 14.50 COMMERCIAL PANEL DISCUSSION: How Industry Is Satisfying The Key Requirements For SatCom In ISR • An outline of the key challenges in supplying SatCom for UAVs and RPAS and how these are being overcome - Technical challenges - Regulatory, safety and privacy • Key considerations for SatCom integration into next-generation UAS • Ensuring the effective implementation of SatCom for ISR platforms • Integrating SatCom into manned systems to optimise ISR operations • Key comparisons for SatCom integration into manned and unmanned systems and main recommendations for operational efficiency Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General Colin Sage, Director, International C3 & ISR Programs, Viasat Daniel Losada, Senior Director of Defense Systems, Hughes Network Systems Brian Rodriguez, Director Business Development and Strategy, Raytheon 15.35 Delivering Broadband To The Battlespace • Assessing current and future capability gaps • Closing the gaps affordably, with low risk • Adding resilience, protection, and disaggregation Andy Lincoln, Chief Technical Officer, Tactical Network Solutions, ViaSat 16.05 AFTERNOON TEA 16.35 MilSatCom Evolution Dan Hart, Vice President, Government Space Systems, Boeing 17.05 What Makes MilSatCom Fit For The Battlefield? • With operational feedback from the frontline, the presentation will examine cases of Satcom for land OTM, submarines and surface ships together with UAVs and mission aircraft platforms: - Compatibility between satcom mission and the platform mission - Climatic, mechanical and electromagnetic constraints - Electronic attacks - Solutions and technologies to maximize availability, survivability and MTBF Etienne Boucharlat, Solution Manager, MilSatCom and Tactical Networks, Thales 17.35 Five Steps Towards Efficient MilSatCom Operations With Newtec Mx-DMA® VSAT Return Technology • Industry leading spectral efficiency • Seamless Real-time Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation • Highest Service Availability at Minimal Cost • Optimised SWaP-C (Size, Weight, Power and Cost) for Remote Satcom Terminals • Unmatched Operational Efficiency providing remotely located personnel the peace of mind and to keep focused on their core tasks Koen Willems, Market Director Government & Defense, Newtec 18.05 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE 18.30 - 20.00 NETWORKING RECEPTION SPONSORED BY 20.30 EVENING DINNER SPONSORED BY *Subject to final confirmation
  • 5. w.globalmilsatcom.com 0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 UNTS AVAILABLE Wednesday9thNovember2016 Day Two I U.S.A. 5 08.45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS: Christopher Baugh, President, Northern Sky Research 08.55 KEYNOTE ADDRESS Ensuring Effective Strategic Communications For Deployed Warfighters Through DISA’s Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services Programme • An outline of the key features of the EMSS programme to ensure a strategic advantage for the warfighter - Global handheld voice, data, paging, and sim-less Short Burst Data (SBD) communications • How the Iridium satellite network is providing effective coverage for EMSS • Tactical on-the-move communications with the Distributed Tactical Communication System (DTCS) • Potential for further development of the programme and how the programme’ long-term sustainability will be maintained Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services, DISA 09.25 Satellite Communications: Enabling Critical Surveillance Capabilities • Commercial satellite communications serves as the backbone for ground and air-based surveillance platforms used by global government customers today • Industry must partner with government to innovate “best in class” SATCOM solutions for next generation ISR platforms • SATCOM network-enabled surveillance nodes can deliver enhanced situational awareness and enhance border security, migration management efforts and keep troops out of harm’s way Nicole Robinson, Corporate Vice President, Government Market Solutions, SES 09.55 How The DoD Teleport Program Ensures Effective Interoperability Between Multiple SatCom Systems In The U.S • Main goals and initiatives of the programme and how these will be satisfied - Gateway to the Global Information Grid (GIG) - Complete access to the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) • An outline of the three phases and roadmap of the programme - Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Extreme Data Rate (XDR) addition via Navy Multiband Terminal addition - WGA X/Ka via Army Modernisation of Enterprise Terminal addition - Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) to legacy interoperability via the MUOS to Legacy Gateway Component (MLGC) • Key challenges and obstacles to full interoperability and how these can be eliminated for future projects Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO, U.S Department of Defense 10.25 MORNING COFFEE 10.55 MilSatCom – Ensuring Mission Relevance • Supporting the User: Don’t forget the “Military” in “MIL-SATCOM” • Resilience: Getting beyond the buzzword • Technology trends – Operational benefits • MUOS and AEHF – growing relevance for tomorrow’s missions • Acquisition lessons for future procurements Justin Keller, Director, Military Space Advanced Programs, Lockheed Martin Space Systems 11.25 PANEL DISCUSSION: Adapting To Evolving Threats By Creating More Resilient And Robust MilSatCom Systems • An outline of the components of space systems that are more at risk and how these align with the evolving threats • Strengths and weaknesses of current commercial solutions and government programmes that are designed to address the threats • The best method to successfully integrate greater resiliency into MilSatCom systems so long-term threats will be minimised • How external threats could evolve and the key components that need to be considered long-term to ensure resiliency MODERATOR: Claude Rousseau, Research Director, Northern Sky Research Clare Grason, Programme Manager, Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services, DISA Dean Olson, Senior SatCom Policy Analyst, DoD CIO, U.S Department of Defense Deanna Ryals, Chief International MilSatCom, U.S Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of Staff G6, U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa 12.10 NETWORKING LUNCH SPONSORED BY 13.30 Session Details To Be Confirmed Airbus Defence and Space 14.00 Ensuring Effective And Efficient Network Services For NATO Operations • Role of JFCB in planning process and execution of CIS support to operations • Challenges in providing secure and robust services in operations • Prospect of expectations to CIS in operational environment Speaker to be Confirmed, J6, NATO Joint Forces Command Brunssum 14.30 Staying Ahead Of The Bits: How HTS Is Enabling Mobility Applications And Performance To Meet The Accelerating Demands Of Data Hungry Users • Key considerations for operating in an HTS architecture • Choosing throughput or coverage—what matters most? • How fast can I go: speeds and feeds • New service models—cost vs. flexibility Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General 15.00 AFTERNOON TEA 15.30 How The U.S Can Maximise Key Capabilities Across The U.S Armed Forces With Greater Allied Collaboration And Advanced Planning • Current examples of successful allied collaboration to enhance allied and U.S capabilities • An outline of the US Air Force’s next-generation requirements and why allied collaboration is critical for both cost-efficiency and satisfying requirements • The importance of allies in the acquisition process to ensure successful integration for all parties • How industry are responding to interoperability and the level of flexibility to ensure all requirements are satisfied Deanna Ryals, Chief International MilSatCom, U.S Air Force 16:00 Transforming MILSATCOM with Commercial Technologies • Advanced waveforms for micro terminal based service • Protected communications • High throughput gateways and terminals for worldwide deployment • Next generation airborne SATCOM including rotary wing aircraft Daniel Losada, Senior Director of Defense Systems, Hughes Network Systems 16.30 How The Marine Corps Is Optimising Satellite Communications For Regional Operations • SATCOM Consolidation: From multiple families to fewer, more expeditionary systems • Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response Africa’s (SPMAGTF-CR-AF) use of SATCOM systems to support distributed operations • En route mission planning and command and control capabilities • Operation United Assistance in Monrovia, Liberia • Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services • Mobile User Objective System • Network on the Move Shipboard Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Sandler, Assistant Chief of Staff G6, U.S Marine Corps Forces for Europe and Africa 17.00 Evolution Of Protected Resilient SatCom • Emerging Missions and New Platforms • Protected Tactical Edge AJ SATCOM for the Warfighter • Commercial SATCOM Integration • Evolution to Affordable High Performance Terminals Brian Rodriguez, Director, International Programs, Raytheon 17.30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY TWO 18.20 NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION SPONSORED BY
  • 6. Thursday10thNovember2016 Day Three I International 6 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS: Patrick H. Rayermann, Director, Business Operations, Airbus Defence and Space 09.10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS How Tactical Narrowband Satellite Communication (TNS) Project Will Satisfy Next-Generation SatCom Requirements • An outline of the TNS project roadmap and key timelines to ensure successful final delivery in 2023 • Key capabilities of the TNS Project and how this satisfies long-term requirements • Overcoming the main challenges to ensure the successful operational efficiency of the TNS project Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Department of National Defence Canada 09.40 High Throughput Satellite (HTS) Communications for Government and Military Applications • O3b Networks provides global HTS communications services over a constellation of medium earth orbit (MEO) satellites • Unique capabilities include: up to 1.6 Gbps throughput, round trip latency of 150msec or less, and steerable beams that provide services where you need it/when you need it • Secure gateways located around the world • Supported applications include: In-theater, deployable 3G/4G LTE backhaul; Secure global cloud (Big Data) services; latency sensitive ERP applications, and high throughput maritime communications  (>400Mbps) Jack Deasy, VP of Government Sales, O3b Networks 10.10 Satisfying Critical MilSatCom Requirements In The NZDF • An outline of the unique NZDF Challenges and how these are being minimised - NZDF AOR - NZDF ORBAT – Our Platforms - SATCOM ORBAT - Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HADR) - MCIP - Restricted Bandwidth – Combined Services Pool • How NZDF are optimising WGS capabilities to satisfy key national requirements - Benefits to NZDF and the NZ contribution • An outline of next-generation SatCom capabilities and requirements in line with NZDF 2035 Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force 10.40 MORNING COFFEE 11.10 Near Arctic Communication Challenges • Introduction to Norwegian networking with satellite capacity • Low elevation angles and northern terrain constraints • Increased availability by using inclined satellites • Experience with Iridium OpenPort in Arctic • Alternative HEO-plans • LEO/MEO expectations • Conceptual Satcom/LTE convergence Erik Sletengen, Senior Engineer, SatCom, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation 11.40 Bombs, Bullets And Bandwidth - How Industry Can Support Warfare In The Information Age • COTM – covering Armoured Divisional HQ’s down to Tactical Recce and ISTAR assets. • Adaptive Satellite Access Technology - Bandwidth Agility and Efficiency, discussing benefits that it can bring to ISTAR and large scale product dissemination eg FMV & Large File transfer. • UAVs, SIBS and enabling Users to control the resource. • Future BLOS – what does SKYNET 5 look like in 2022 at the end of the concession and the FBLOS start state? Senior Representative, Director of Business Development (Defence), Advantech Wireless 12.20 PANEL DISCUSSION: Ensuring Effective Communication Capabilities in the Arctic and Harsh Environments • An outline of the unique challenges faced with military communications in the Arctic and harsh environments, and how these are overcome • Key considerations to ensure robust communications in the Arctic and harsh conditions • Case studies of recent operations and the key lessons learnt • How future requirements will impact the procurement options for communication capabilities in the Arctic and harsh environments Moderator: Patrick H. Rayermann, Director, Business Operations, Airbus Defence and Space Lieutenant Colonel Abde Bellahnid, Directorate of Joint Capability, SATCOMS & SAR Requirements, Canadian Department of National Defence Wing Commander Rhys Taylor, Joint Communication and Information Systems (J6), New Zealand Defence Force Erik Sletengen, Senior Engineer, Satcom, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation 13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH 14.00 Session Details To Be Confirmed Airbus Defence and Space 14.30 Danish Approach, Solutions, And Concerns With Regards to Military Use Of SatCom • Optimising civilian and military assets to satisfy key requirements • The demand for the civilian society to meet military requirements • MilSatCom vulnerability and overcoming this to ensure operational efficiency Lieutenant Colonel Frank Valentin Nielsen, CIS Operations Support Department, Danish Defence Command 15.00 How Belgium Defence Satisfies Military Communication Requirements • Belgian Defence operations in a nutshell • Space-based capabilities and services as major enablers for expeditionary forces • SatCom current solutions - Partnerships - Cooperation - Commercial providers • Requirements and needs for the future • Potential options Major Nicolas Stassin, Defense Staff/Strategy Department/ Defense Development Division/ Capabilities Section/Enabling Space, Belgian Defense 15.30 AFTERNOON TEA 16.00 Balancing And Integrating MilSatCom And Commercial Services: Dilemmas And Solutions For The Hungarian Defence Forces • Solution for VSAT: VNO hosted by an allied nation - Selection of the host operator - The question of on-the-job training for the virtual operator - The residual risk of connecting the host and the VNO via landline • Solution for TACSAT: Inmarsat L-TAC with VHF Major Attila Horvath, Senior Staff Officer, General Staff J6, Ministry of Defence Hungary 16.30 SPECIAL CLOSING ADDRESS: How Military Forces Could Benefit From OneWeb Services • Provide overview of OneWeb satellite constellation, ground network, user terminals, and service offerings • The key benefits of OneWeb services include: - High throughput, low latency services to very small user terminals - Near global coverage with seamless transition between coverage footprints - Flexible service offerings to balance performance with cost to meet customer requirements - Multiple access technologies to extend connectivity from user terminals to end users Michael Radermacher, Director of North American & Global Military Business Development, OneWeb 17.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE
  • 7. Europe’s leading independent military communications event for satellite professionals offers unrivalled networking opportunities. Leave Global MilSatCom 2016 with new contacts and stronger relationships. • Directly engage with military representatives from around the world • Dedicated Question & Answer sessions during the conference will 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 • Two evening networking receptions on day one and day two • Two invitation-only evening dinners before the conference and at the end of day one NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES 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 Eutelsat will be hosting an Evening Dinner at the end of day one. This event will be hosted in the Chino Latino restaurant in the hotel and this is an invitation only event. This year’s reception will be held in the City Suite at the conference venue and will be hosted by SES at the end of the conference on day one. SMi Group and our sponsor, Lockheed Martin will be hosting a pre-conference reception and dinner at The Army & Navy Club, affectionately known as The Rag, in Mayfair, London. This will take place after the pre-conference workshops and is invitation only. Monday 7th November – Pre-Conference Gala Dinner Tuesday 8th November – Networking Reception Tuesday 8th November – Evening Dinner Airbus Defence and Space and SMi Group are delighted to invite you to a historical and distinctive Evening Reception on Tuesday  9th November 2016  at London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Grade I and II  listed heritage site dating back to 1692 now offers a home to The Chelsea Pensioners, all former British Army soldiers, in recognition of their loyal service to the nation. The Chelsea Pensioners have not only become iconic in Chelsea and London, but also an iconic face of the UK veteran community. Wednesday 9th November – Royal Hospital Chelsea 7
  • 8. Advantech Wireless is the leading wireless broadband telecommunications solution provider for Commercial, Critical Infrastructure & Government and Military clients. Our smarter solutions give our customers the freedom to reach further, to achieve reliable connectivity anywhere in the world, and accomplish critical missions of global significance. Smarter Solutions. Global Reach. www.AdvantechWireless.com Boeing’s global satellite business, headquartered in El Segundo, Calif is the company’s center for government and commercial satellite systems. Boeing offers end-to-end intelligence services and large-scale systems integration; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems; and navigation and communication systems. www.boeing.com Eutelsat is one of the world’s leading and most experienced operators of communications satellites. With capacity on 40 satellites, the company provides global communications solutions for government, broadcast, broadband, telecoms and data markets. With extensive coverage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Eutelsat plays a vital role in interconnecting services between Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Our customer-focused approach with tailor-made solutions makes us the supplier of choice for government service providers, NGOs and disaster recovery/humanitarian communications providers. A leader in innovation, Eutelsat will revolutionise telecom markets with a new era of commercial satellite services for government, mobility and data markets. Headquartered in Paris, Eutelsat’s offices and teleports around the globe work closely with clients to deliver the highest quality of service. www.eutelsat.com GOVSAT-1 is a multi-mission satellite that offers X-band and military Ka-band capacity over Europe, the Middle East and Africa. As a public private venture between the Government of Luxembourg and SES, it combines the benefits of a stable European Government and NATO member with the experience and competences of a leader in satellite operations. www.govsat.lu Hughes Network Systems, LLC (Hughes) is the world’s leading provider of satellite broadband, delivering innovative network technologies, managed services, and communications solutions globally. Headquartered outside Washington, D.C., in Germantown, Maryland, Hughes operates sales and support offices worldwide, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation (NASDAQ: SATS). www.hughes.com Intelsat General provides satellite communications solutions to military, commercial and government customers over Intelsat’s fleet of more than 50 satellites and a global terrestrial network of teleports and fiber infrastructure. Intelsat General also offers these customers the option of placing a dedicated hosted communications payload aboard an Intelsat satellite. From remote military outposts, disaster recovery sites and U.S. embassies to health and homeland security agencies, Intelsat General’s solutions support even the most complex operations, from routine to mission critical, anywhere on the globe. These solutions address the numerous communications challenges inherent in a wide range of applications. From Airborne ISR/UAV scenarios to Distance Learning to Logistics, Intelsat General engineers can enhance government, military and commercial communications to allow customers to achieve their mission objectives. Based in McLean, VA, Intelsat General is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Intelsat S.A, the world’s largest and most experienced provider of fixed and mobile satellite services for many of the world’s leading media and network companies, ISPs and government agencies. www.intelsatgeneral.com Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that – with the addition of Sikorsky – employs approximately 126,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. www. lockheedmartin.com Newtec Cy n.v. (www.newtec.eu) is a global industry leader, shaping the future of satellite communications, offering state- of-the-art COTS products and solutions for the Government, Defense, Broadcast, Broadband Access, Backhaul and Trunking markets. With its passionate commitment to R&D Newtec remains in the forefront of technological development, continuing the pioneering contributions that have led to satellite industry standards including DVB-S2X, DVB-S2 and revolutionary VSAT technology such as the Newtec Dialog Multiservice Platform. www.newtec.eu Airbus Defence and Space is a division of Airbus Group formed by combining the business activities of Cassidian, Astrium and Airbus Military. The new division is Europe’s number one defence and space enterprise, the second largest space business worldwide and among the top ten global defence enterprises. It employs some 40,000 employees generating revenues of approximately €14 billion per year. We are world leaders in providing global fixed and mobile satellite communication services to governments, militaries and security forces. Indeed, as the world’s number one private-sector military satellite communications provider, we deliver the flexibility, resiliency and security required by demanding governments and militaries. And we do this for all communications applications, whether they’re land, airborne or naval. As a truly global organisation, we at Airbus Defence and Space understand local markets, allowing us to support our customers wherever they are. With regional strategic sales and support services in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, our presence on the ground where our customers need us most is bolstered by our global reach. www.airbusdefenceandspace.com / www.satcom-airbusds.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 LEAD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR SPONSORS 8 SES is the world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of more than 50 geostationary satellites. SES is trusted by governments and public institutions around the world to deliver vital communication links. Our global satellite fleet helps deliver successful independent security, defense, civil and industry projects that serve your specific requirements, including hosted payloads and bespoke networks. SES also provides services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and fixed network operators and business organisations worldwide. SES stands for long-lasting business relationships, high-quality service and excellence in the satellite 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. www.ses.com
  • 9. O3b Networks is a global satellite service provider operating a next-generation satellite network for telecommunications operators, ISPs, enterprise and government customers in emerging and under-connected markets. The O3b system combines the global reach of satellite with the speed of a fiber-optic network, providing billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180 countries with low-cost, high-speed, low latency internet and mobile connectivity. www.o3bnetworks.com Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000 employees worldwide, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, security and civil markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as cyber security and a broad range of mission support services. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Mass. For more about Raytheon, visit us at www.raytheon.com and follow us on Twitter @raytheon Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets. With 62,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €14 billion in 2015. With over 22,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its exceptional international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world. www.thalesgroup.com With ViaSat’s satellite communications and cybersecurity systems and services, warfighters can securely access information anywhere: Worldwide airborne mobile broadband; UHF to Ka satellite services & systems; WGS-certified & NATO STANAG accredited; Software-defined satellite networking; Real-time situational awareness & Blue Force Tracking; On-the-move & At-the-halt command & control. www.viasat.com COMSAT, Headquartered in Herndon, Va., is part of Satcom Direct (SD), the leading provider of satellite voice and broadband data solutions for flight deck and cabin communications serving business, military, government, and heads of state aircraft. With a direct lineage from the COMSAT organization that was created by the Communications Satellite Act of 1962, the company has played an important role in the SATCOM industry from its inception to present day. COMSAT offers a broad array of advanced solutions to meet U.S. military and commercial requirements, including fixed- and rotary- wing aircraft, homeland security systems, public safety communications, defense electronics and avionics, and threat detection. COMSAT’s key milestones include being a founding member of Intelsat; operating the Marisat fleet network, which provided the first mobile satellite communications services to the United States Navy; and founding the initial operating system of Inmarsat from the company’s two earth stations. www.satcomdirect.com Comtech Telecommunications Corp. designs, develops, produces and markets innovative products, systems and services for advanced communications solutions. Its solutions play a vital role in providing or enhancing communication capabilities when terrestrial communications infrastructure is unavailable, inefficient or too expensive. These divisions are exhibiting: Comtech EF Data and Comtech Xicom Technologies. www.comtechtel.com DataPath specializes in advanced communications solutions tailored to the unique requirements of aerospace, broadcast, government, and infrastructure clients. Our solutions include a range of both custom and commercial off-the-shelf field communications and information technology products, including satellite communication systems, network management software, and cyber security services. All of our offerings are backed by 24×7 customer care and global field support. At DataPath we are passionate about helping our clients achieve mission success. For more information, visit www.datapath. com. www.datapath.com GATR manufactures deployable inflatable satellite communication terminals, which dramatically reduce the weight and volume of SATCOM terminals (by as much as 80%) used for rapid deployment of high-bandwidth data/voice/video connections. GATR terminals have been used all over the globe by the US and allied military, intelligence, diplomatic and homeland security organizations Ku-, C-, and WGS certified X- and Ka-bands. www.gatr.com Spectra Group, providers of secure satellite voice and data communications, presents Slingshot®, a lightweight unit that converts existing tactical radios to SATCOM. Using Inmarsat’s L-TAC™ service, SlingShot is a straightforward and cost- effective way to achieve secure BLOS Command & Control communications on the move, using UHF and VHF radios. www.tacsat.net Unique Broadband Systems Ltd. (or UBS) is a Canadian multinational, privately owned and operated company that specializes in Military and Radar, SATCOM, Broadcast, RF and Digital Telecommunication Technologies , design and manufacturing of complete digital transmission systems as well as individual components for digital audio and video broadcasting. www.uniquesys.com There are still some sponsorship and exhibition packages available on a first-come, first-served basis, for more information please contact Alia Malick, Director, SMi Group on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk 9 EXHIBITORS FOUR KEY REASONS TO SPONSOR AND EXHIBIT 1. Meet with military and government end-users from every continent 2. Maximise your networking opportunities with two invitation-only evening dinners and two networking receptions 3. Meet with senior decision-makers from across the industry and develop key business partnerships 4. Hear how competitors are enhancing their product-line and learn how your solutions better suit market requirements For more information please contact Alia Malick, Director, SMi Group on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
  • 10. Global MilSatCom Exhibition A SatCom event designed around the needs of the military market To keep updated with programme developments or to reserve your place, please visit: www.globalmilsatcom.com Global MilSatCom Community #GlobalMilSatCom @SMiGroupDefence 10 Global MilSatCom is the ultimate platform for companies to showcase their products and services. Spend time meeting and networking with senior military representatives and commercial peers to maximise your value at the show. The exhibition hall showcases the latest advancements in satellite technologies and services from industry-leading suppliers. Meet with these experts and further enhance your operational capability and satisfy your requirements to drive you towards the forefront of the MilSatCom arena. • Global MilSatCom is growing in stature, in 2016 there will be over 450 attendees and over 20 government speakers • Global MilSatCom is a truly Global event with military and government attendees represented from every continent • Attendance at Global MilSatCom has increased by 95% since 2005 and has grown year-on-year • Attendance by military and government has increased by 130% since 2005 • There is a 100% repeat rate for every networking sponsor • Global MilSatCom was sold out for the 5th year in a row in 2015, including 11 new sponsors and exhibitors Target your market! Limited exhibition space remaining! Sold out for the last twelve years. For information on how you could get involved please contact: Alia Malick, Director on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
  • 11. Following the success of last year’s event, we are pleased to announce we will be returning to Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel for Global MilSatCom 2016. If you wish to book accommodation for the conference at the luxurious Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, we can make the booking on your behalf at SMi’s special discounted rates. To make a reservation and receive the discounted rate, please call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 or email hotels@smi-online.co.uk THE VENUE What have past attendees said about Global MilSatCom? “This is my first Global MilSatCom conference and it has been a very informative learning experience. I look forward to coming back as a delegate from Canada and contributing further.” Canadian Department of National Defence “As a newcomer to Global MilSatCom, I can tell you that I absolutely got a lot out of the event and I hope to get to future meetings. It was an excellent event and the SMi team did a fantastic job.” U.S Air Force LEADING MEDIA PARTNER SUPPORTING ASSOCIATIONS 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 OFFICIAL EVENT MEDIA PARTNERS 11
  • 12. GLOBAL MILSATCOM 2016 Conference: Tuesday 8th November - Thursday 10th November 2016 I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Workshops: Monday 7th November 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 ONLINE www.globalmilsatcom.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, 2nd Floor South, Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within 7 days of event require payment on booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given until payment has been received. 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