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SMi Group Proudly Presents
its 21st annual...
C o N F E R E N C E & E X H i b i t i o N 2 0 1 9
Europe’s leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals
Pre-Conference Focus Day: Monday 4th November 2019 | St James Court | london, UK
Conference: tuesday 5th November - thursday 7th November 2019 | Queen Elizabeth ii Conference Centre | london, UK
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 MilitaRY aND GovERNMENt SPEaKERS iNClUDE:
Colonel Jim Dryburgh, Director Service Integration CIO
Department, New Zealand Defence Forces
Colonel Young-Ell Kim, Chief, Defence Communication
Command, RoK armed Forces
Colonel Nilsson, Head of Space Programmes,
Norwegian MoD
Colonel ilime bin ibrahim, Commanding Officer MAF Satellite
Communication Centre, Malaysian armed Forces
Colonel Mihai burlacu, Deputy Head of Communications and
IT Branch, Romanian MoD
Mr luke brown, Assistant Secretary Space and
Communication, australian Department of Defence
Ms Demaryl Singleton, DoD Teleport ACAT I Program Manager,
DiSa
Mr Michel leenaarts, MilSatCom Programme Manager,
Defence Materiel Organisation, Netherlands MoD
Mr Gary lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities,
Surrey Satellite technology limited
Mr Mark boggett, CEO,
Seraphim Capital
Dr Juan Reveles, Chief Technology Officer,
oxford Space Systems
Mr Sean Goldsbrough, Senior Orbital Analyst,
UK Space agency
Dr Douglas liddle, CEO,
in-Space Missions
Mr Craig Clark MbE, Chief Scientific Officer and
Founder, Clyde Space/aaC Clyde
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tECHNoloGY FoCUS DaY SPEaKERS iNClUDE:
4tH Nov
2019
HoSt NatioN KEYNotE SPEaKERS:
iNtERNatioNal KEYNotE SPEaKERS:
Captain David Moody, SATCOM & Strategic Networks, UK MoD
Mr Michael Rudd, Telecommunications Strategy Head, UK Space
agency
Dr Michael o’Callaghan, Space Programme Manager, Dstl
Mr barry austin, Skynet 6 Project Manager and Deputy
Head of Networks, ISS, UK MoD
Wing Commander David black, SKYNET 6 EC Lead, ISS,
UK MoD
Major General Sergio tratz, Deputy Chief of Army Staff, G2,
brazilian army
Major General Jose vital, VP, Brazilian Space Systems Commission,
brazilian MoD
Colonel andrew burks, Chief of C4i Operations, J6, EUCOM,
US DoD
Colonel Cameron Stoltz, Director of Space Requirements,
Canadian armed Forces
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Colonel laurent Jannin,
Head of SATCOM, DGa
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief, International Partnerships Office, SMC,
US air Force
Mr Hirohisa Mori, Director of National Space Policy Secretariat,
Japanese Self Defence Forces
Mr Mike Nichols, Chief, AFSPC Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch,
AFSPC Commercial Satellite Communications Office, US air Force
Dear Colleagues,
We’re delighted to announce the return of Global MilSatCom – SMi Group’s flagship conference – now in its 21st year –
which remains the premier event for military satellite professionals.
In the following pages you will find detailed information about everything this event has to offer – including a snapshot of
what the international military community is working towards & the latest equipment, networks and programmes being
developed by industry.
This year, we took the additional step of engaging with our audience and key stakeholders to ensure that this forum
remains a pivotal event in the defence industry’s diary; and we believe that this is reflected in the quality of the most
comprehensive Global MilSatCom to date.
Last year we successfully moved to a brand-new conference venue – the QEII Conference Centre – to cater to our
growing audience numbers and exhibitor demand. We also launched a pre-conference focus day exploring Small
Satellites and Disruptive Technology, which took place in another new venue – St James Court – exploring the growing
race to launch cube, nano and micro-satellites into orbit and what the drive to provide ‘data connectivity for the many’
means in the defence sector.
With 2019 an essential year, for both the host nation’s SKYNET programme, disruptive ‘go fast’ efforts being pioneered
in the US and NATO signing a new alliance-wide MOU – Global MilSatCom will once again delve into these key mission
areas, alongside its unparalleled international & industry representation.
This year’s conference will enhance relationships between vendors and allied nations through the sharing of experience
and knowledge among decision makes in military and government as well as industry.
We invite you to join us and over 550 other attendees, from over 35 different nations, to network across 3 days of
conference and receptions, as well as our dedicated focus day to discuss these important topics.
Yours faithfully,
The Global MilSatCom Space and Satellite Division
Pre-Conference Focus Day PaGE 3
Global MilSatCom Day 1 agenda PaGE 4
Global MilSatCom Day 2 agenda PaGE 5
Global MilSatCom Day 3 agenda PaGE 6
Global MilSatCom Facts and Figures PaGE 7
Sponsors and Exhibitors PaGE 8-9
Networking and Exhibition opportunities PaGE 10
Media Partners and Conference attendees PaGE 11
Registration Page PaGE 12
CoNtENtS
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alia Malick
Director
ben toye
Senior Conference Producer
Shannon Cargan
Marketing Manager
Small Satellites and Disruptive technology Focus Day
taj Hotel St James, london, UK | Chaired by Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director, Northern Space & Security ltd
Returning by popular demand, this year’s Global MilSatCom will once again
host a pre-conference Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology focus day – set
to explore this critical enabler for the military forces. Bringing together leading
commercial solution providers, those at the cutting edge of small satellite R&D
and government end-users: this forum provides a domain to discuss what
future trends in constellation development might have here on the ground.
With ever growing numbers of small, nano and pseudo satellites going into orbit,
the time has never been riper than to explore this nascent industry as it transforms
communication capability. Setting the scene for Europe’s leading Military
Satellite Communications show – this focus day will explore future launch, hosted
payloads, mega-constellation development and sustainability considerations.
Sure to be an unmissable introduction to the world of SATCOM – this year’s focus
day is a critical diary date for anyone looking to explore the next generation of
space technologies.
08.00 Registration & Coffee
08.45 Chair’s opening Remarks
Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director,
Northern Space & Security ltd
oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS
09.00 Delivering the Disruptive: Future launch & Development of Small
Satellites
• Providing end-to-end space mission design, test, launch and
operation for small satellites
• SSTL 42 & SSTL 300: providing low cost LEO capability with high
performance architecture
• Successes of the REMOVEDEBRIS mission on creating responsible
management of LEO assets
• Partnering with Orbex to carry experimental payloads from 2021
• Future development of soverign UK launch – rethinking how we
deliver small satellites moving forward
Mr Gary lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite
technology limited
09.30 Small Sats, Payloads and Data: trends in Future Space
• Seraphim within the context of the UK’s space strategy: developing
innovation through venture funds
• Data requires in the IoT era – why new small satellites represent the
future of space
• The current start up landscape & where hosted payload provision
can enable future cubesat development
• The UK & Harwell as a technology hub for disruptive technology
development
• Investment and accelerator programmes of Seraphim – harnessing
the power
Mr Mark boggett, CEO, Seraphim Capital
10.00 Meeting the Challenges of the New Space age
• Delivering innovative and scalable structures that save on build and
launch costs
• Deployable antennas for small satellites – key considerations
for composite material and their compatibility with the space
environment
• Other applications of innovative composite structures: Oxford Space
Systems boom on AlSat-Nano & REMOVEDEBRIS missions
Dr Juan Reveles, Chief Technology Officer, oxford Space Systems
10.30 Morning Coffee
11.00 Panel: the UK as a New launch Nation: Priorities for the Development
of New Sites
• An introduction to the panellists and opening remarks
• Horizontal and vertical launch – payload, cost and range factors for
respective sites
• Promoting a collective vision for the UK launch market – ensuring
each site fulfils a niche within the future framework
• The business case for sovereign launch capability for the UK
• Final concluding thoughts from the panellists
Moderated by: Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director,
Northern Space & Security ltd
Panelists:
Mr Miles Carden, Director,
Spaceport Cornwall
Mr Roy Kirk, Sutherland Spaceport Development Lead,
Highlands and islands Enterprise
Ms Yvette Hopkins, Director of Operations, Shetland,
Shetland Space Centre
11.45 Session Reserved for Sponsor
SPaCE oN ClYDE
12.15 Future Space & Disruption in the Satellite Market
• How standardised, proven and robust platforms will provide the
bedrock of the LEO economy
• The range for Cubesats: from 1U to 27U: provision of capability across
all requirements
• Performance considerations for small satellites – providing the
bandwidth and resolution demanded by current operators
• Encryption as a standard for authentication in space assets
• Future partnerships that will build ‘space as a service’
Mr Craig Clark MbE, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder, Clyde
Space/aaC Clyde
12.45 Networking lunch
13.45 bringing Space Down to Earth: with Spaceships from the Clyde
• New approaches, technologies, & concepts for future agile
constellations
• Small satellite quantum key distribution for secure end-to-end
communications
• Inter-satellite optical communications using LEDs
• Where are we going? Anticipated developments in the small
satellites sector
Dr Malcolm Macdonald, Chair of Space Technology & Director of
Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications, SoXSA,
University of Strathclyde & SoXSa
14.15 Session Reserved for Sponsor
lEo CoNStEllatioNS
14.45 Faraday Service: Providing Rapid, Ultra-low Cost access to lEo
• Leveraging mature newspace technology for the Faraday project
• Providing commercial in-orbit demonstrations in Q3 of 2019
• How ride-sharing can transform access to space for small nations
and organisations
• Future hosted payload opportunities and how the industry can
exploit them
• Responsive space for commercial and institutional customers
Mr Douglas liddle, CEO, in-Space Missions limited
15.15 afternoon tea
SMall SatEllitE iot aPPliCatioNS
15.45 iot as a Space Enabled technology: Utilising Small Satellites for New
Networks
• Wireless data transmission systems utilised in industry and for the
consumer
• The role of satellites in IoT
• Future hybrid systems to support low cost IoT connectivity
• Technical challenges to be overcome in using LEO constellations for
IoT applications
• Technology for reducing the terminal power and enabling antenna
directivity for links
• Steerable antennas for LEO small satellites – IoT implications
Dr Rainer Wansch, Head of Department, RF and SatCom Systems,
Fraunhofer iiS
MoDElliNG aND SiMUlatioN
16.15 Modelling and Simulation Perspectives on Future UK launch
• The current launch landscape – bringing back spaceflight to the UK
and the obstacle this presents
• Collaboration with the spaceport providers to model and simulate
launches to ensure they are safely and effectively achieved
• Support for the sub-orbital launch market in the UK
• Hardware flight testing and training programmes for the launch
providers
Mr ben Jarvis, CEO, Raptor aerospace ltd
DEbRiS MitiGatioN
16.45 Debris Mitigation in the Small Satellite Era
• How small satellites can provide new levels of connectivity – but also
demand effective management and control
• The tools in our arsenal – SST data sets for LEO small satellites
• Regulatory considerations in the new mega constellation
environment
Mr Sean Goldsbrough, Senior Orbital Analyst, UK Space agency
17.15 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Focus Day
19.00 Evening Dinner at the army-Navy Club
(invitation only)
Sponsored by lockheed Martin
Evening Dinner at the army-Navy Club
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Focus Day i 4th November 2019Global MilSatCom
“Very well-planned and organised. SMi did an exceptional job
of pulling together today’s program, companies and speakers” – LINQUEST
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com
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Day one i 5th November i UK & Europe
“Thank you for this interesting day” – VIASAT
08.00 Registration & Coffee
08.40 Chair’s opening Remarks
Mr Gerard Donelan, Vice-President Security and Defence,
SES Networks
08.50 HoSt NatioN oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS
Session Reserved
for Senior UK MoD official
09.00 Strategic Developments in SKYNEt & Future UK MilSatCoM
• Outlining space as an operating domain - the Future Force Concept
and strategic approaches to SATCOM
• Requirements for the future: coverage and concurrency to enable
expeditionary capability & availability and survivability in a contested
& competitive EM and physical space
• Pivot towards a much more informed MoD with an appropriate level
of independent industry advice and support that can leverage own
capitally acquired MILSATCOM, commercial SATCOM, and allied
collaboration
Captain David Moody, SATCOM and Strategic Networks, UK MoD
09.30 KEYNotE aDDRESS
the UK’s National Space Strategy - Providing leadership in the Global
Space Market
• Connectivity as half the story: exploiting future mesh systems to meet
operational data requirements
• Space as a British success story - maintaining market capture and
leadership through the development of innovation centres such as
Harwell
• Providing enduring capability: UKSA’s role in the provision of future
sovereign capability through SKYNET 5 SDW and SKYNET 6
• Where COMSATCOM can be integrated for low resilience C4i requirements
Mr Michael Rudd, Telecommunications Strategy Head, UK Space agency
10.00 SKYNEt 5 - the backbone of the UK’s current SatCoM capability
• Ensuring the SDW remains a springboard for SKYNET 6 EC and doesn’t
constrain it
• Current feedback from initial industry competitions for the execution
of SDW and timeline for bidder announcement in 2020
• User terminal considerations for the future of the systems & ensuring
they’re interoperable with future systems without constraining their design
• ‘Go fast’ approach: delivering quickly on the project through
organisational efforts within ISS
Mr barry austin, Skynet 6 Project Manager and Deputy Head of
Networks, ISS, UK MoD
10.30 UK MoD Panel: Concepts of Future operations (CoNoPS) for the UK
Under Skynet 5 & Skynet 6
• Who, where and what we will be fighting in 20 years’ time –
forecasting the future to shape requirements writing today
• Maintaining the UK’s SATCOM sovereignty: balancing value and
freedom of action to project power moving forward
• Ground terminal perspectives: ensuring the space & terrestrial
components remain interoperable
Moderated by:
Mr Gerard Donelan, VP Security and Defence, SES Networks
Panelists:
Commander Phil Coope, Programme Manager, SATCOM
and Strategic Networks, UK MoD
Wing Commander David black, SKYNET 6 EC Lead, ISS,
UK MoD
Dr Michael o’Callaghan, Space Programme Manager,
Dstl
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnerships Officer, SMC,
US air Force
11.10 Morning Coffee
11.40 Enabling Warfare in the information age – Situational awareness and
advanced assured Connectivity
• 50 years of pioneering progress
• Achieving the vision of the Information Age today and tomorrow
• Continuing to deliver assured connectivity moving forward
Mr Richard Franklin, Head of Secure
Communications, airbus
12.00 Session Reserved for lockheed Martin
Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager
Military Space, lockheed Martin
12.20 industry Panel Discussion: Perspectives from the Primes
- Delivering Robust SatCoM Capability Moving Forward
• An outline of current technology and where future trends will shape
capability over the next 10 years
• How technology demonstrations that have been integrated into
SATCOM programmes
• How can you balance Sovereign, commercial and pooled solutions
for communications? The benefits of each and exploring key drivers
moving forward
• Stakeholder engagement: how do we meet requirements which also
offering new approaches to government
• Concluding thoughts: how to deliver assured and robust SATCOM
moving forward
Mr Peter b. de Selding, Co-Founder, Editor, Space intel Report
Panelists:
Mr Richard Franklin, Head of Secure
Communications, airbus
Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager
Military Space, lockheed Martin
Mr Nick Shave, Vice President, Strategy &
Programmes, inmarsat
13.00 Networking lunch
14.10 air Connectivity at the Service of Collaborative Combat
Mr Franck Chatain, Product Line Manager - SATCOM Mobile Networks,
thales
14.30 KEYNotE aDDRESS
SYRaCUSE iv - Moving to initial operating Capability by 2021
• The MILSATCOM strategy of the French MoD – delivering information
superiority in France and other operating theatres
• Shared and sovereign assets: how pooled SATCOM capability can
help augment SYRACUSE IV gaps in coverage
• Providing new GEO capability through SYRRACUSE IV and timelines
to deliver an IOC by 2021 and FOC by 2022
• Ground segment considerations for future SATCOM – providing a
layered approach to build resilience to cyber, jamming and HANE
threats
• Where COMSATCOM can enhance the future of the C4i network
Colonel laurent Jannin, Head of French SATCOM Programs, DGa
15.10 Secure, agile, Resilient, and assured Services Delivered for Global &
Multi-Mode Communications
• Advanced satcom services delivered in the air, at sea and on the
ground
• Innovative tactical communications and welfare services
• Interoperability leveraging MilSatCom and ComSatCom capabilities
Mr Willy Guilleux, Senior VP Global Government Services, Eutelsat
15.40 afternoon tea
16.10 Session Reserved for
Mr Peter Hadinger, Chief Technology Officer, inmarsat
16.40 Disruptive innovations that Will Change Government and Defence
operations over Satellite
• Increased need for global MoD networks to connect the dispersed
operations
• Next-Gen waveforms provide both secure, resilient and efficient
satellite communications adapted to the application
• Provide seamless communications on-the-move on sea, land and in
the air
• Use Cases for 5G and Edge Computing in Military Satcom networks
• How new space assets (HTS, MEO, LEO, GEO, HEO, HAPS) effect the
ground segment satellite networks
Mr Koen Willems, Head of International Government Satcom, Newtec
17.10 CP90a130: Providing SatCoM Capability for Nato Moving Forward
• Moving from NSP2K MOU towards new sovereign bandwidth
acquisition for NATO operations
• The future of NATO SATCOM CP90A130: providing enhanced SHF, UHF
and EHF space segments over the next 15 years
• Balancing the anticipated AOI for NATO, programme cost and future
user requirements for the programme
• Status on the MOU signatures – sharing the pooled capacity of
France, Italy, UK and US SATCOM constellations
Rear admiral (Ret’d) Giovanni battista Durando, SATCOM Service Area
Owner, Nato Communications and information agency (NCi agency)
Mr antonio Calderon, Service Line Chief, Network Services and IT
Infrastructure, Nato Communications and informations agency (NCia)
17.40 GovSat- Engaging Secure Satellite Communications
• Secure SatCom, a key pillar in national defence SatCom
architectures
• GovSat, first year of operations: experience sharing and next steps
Mr Patrick biewer, CEO, luxGovSat
18.10 Dual technologies and Services Demonstrations for Govsatcom and
Milsatcom
• Broadband Ka
• Electrical satellite and numerical payload
• Mobile satcom demonstrations for institutions
Mr Jean-Pierre Diris, Head of Navigation and Telecommunications
Department, CNES (French Space agency)
18.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day one
18.50 Networking Reception at the taj St James Court
Sponsored by SES Networks
20.30 Evening Dinner at the Quilon Restaurant
(invitation only) Sponsored by Eutelsat
Fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712
or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
Day two i 6th November i U.S.a.
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“Great event” – UK DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE
08.00 Registration & Coffee
08.25 Chairman’s opening Remarks
Mr brad Grady, Principal Analyst,
NSR
oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS
08.30 integrating Commercial bandwidth and architectures to Military
Communications
• The evolving organisational structure within the DoD – where
AFSPACE sits within the SATCOM provision framework
• Exploiting the new window of opportunity for the acquisition of future
commercial SATCOM
• Finding the balance between commercial and sovereign capability
– key considerations
• Leasing of DoD teleports for COMSATCOM to provide military end-
users the services they require
• Final concluding comments: what the emerging LEO small satellites
revolution means for CSCO’s future bandwidth strategy
Mr Mike Nichols, Chief, AFSPC Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch,
AFSPC Commercial Satellite Communications Office, US air Force
09.00 Go Global, Go Polar: From Spot beams to Global High throughput -
Next Generation SatCoM Capability
• The value of multi-band and/or multi-orbit constellations - leveraging
the diversity and resiliency of Commercial Satellite Communications
• Total global coverage with low latency high-throughput connectivity
– exploring new architectural configurations and extending high-
throughput capability for the polar regions
• Scalable network architecture and seamless network approach
Ms Nicole Robinson, Senior Vice President, SES Global Government &
Managing Director, SES Networks
KEYNotE aDDRESS
09.30 US Enterprise Communications
• System enterprise – moving ops from single purpose SATCOM to in depth,
heterogenous service
- Roaming across purpose built and commercial constellations (WGS, HTS,
HCS, PTS)
- Flexible enterprise including terminals, networks, management and
control exploiting flexible “pool” capacity access via commercial and
purpose built space capacity blends
- Advanced Business Concepts to integrate purpose built and
commercial products within common resource pool
• Pool benefits to the warfighter:
- Reliable assured access and surge support
- Higher resiliency
- Better affordability
• Timelines for SpEC OT terminal and enterprise prototyping and delivery in
the mid-2020’s
Mr Joe vanderpoorten, Portfolio Architect, MILSATCOM Advanced
Concepts, SMC, AFSPACE, US air Force
09.50 FSS or MSS: Competitors or complimentary?
• Where is the market heading with LEO Ku?
• How will new global MSS solutions change the marketplace?
• How will traditional MSS services integrate with GEO/FSS and LEO
Ku/Ka band satellite solutions?
• Will HTS Ka band satellites play a larger role in meeting global
SATCOM requirements?
Mr David Greenhill, CEO, CoMSat
10.20 Morning Coffee
10.50 Space architecture Resilience: thinking a Step ahead with
Disaggregation and Flexibility
• Contested space now a reality
• Evolution of protection and deterrence strategies for milsatcom
mission assurance
• Affording disaggregation and flexibility thanks to the Airbus wide
span of secured satellites solutions: NEO, OneSat, Arrow
Mr David Petit, MilSatCom Programmes Manager, airbus
11.20 KEYNotE aDDRESS
SMC 2.0.’ Delivering the Capability Demanded by the Warfighter at
EPiC SPEED
• SMC 2.0 – why we need it and what EPIC SPEED really means
• Enabling greater lethality and war-winning capability through a
relentless drive towards innovation
• Moving from a stove-piped approach to the mission areas to an
enterprise wide management style
• ‘Take the final leap’ steps to achieving FOC by 2020
• Delivering space supremacy with the same ownership as air
superiority to always stay ahead of our adversaries
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Officer, SMC, US air Force
11.50 Session Reserved for viasat
Mr andy lincoln, Chief Technology Officer, Government Systems,
viaSat
12.20 omega launch Service overview
• Intermediate/heavy lift capability for national security missions
- Extremely reliable design leverages flight-proven technologies
- Experienced team dedicated to customer success
• On track for qualification launches in 2021
Mr Kent Rominger, Vice President and OmegA Capture Lead, Flight
Systems Division, Northrop Grumman
12.50 Networking lunch
13.45 Drastic times Call for Drastic Measures - Why the US Government Must Change
the way they view and Procure Commercial SatCoM
• The threat demands the USG quickly develop a more resilient architecture,
supported by ready access to capacity - multiple bands, orbits, & networks
- Commercial SATCOM is a significant contributor to a more distributed,
disaggregated architecture
- Need to get inside the enemy’s decision loop
• The need for speed: Industry can provide improved SATCOM capabilities
much faster than purpose built acquisition efforts
- Commercial satellite procurement completed in 2-3 years
- Allows for much more flexible and timely technology insertion and
adapting to a changing security and information assurance landscape
- Provides key host vehicles for hosted payloads at a fraction of the cost of
free flyers or purpose built satellites
• USG sponsored innovation and partnerships are needed to change the way
we do business and to enable a more flexible, integrated architecture
- Good examples include SMC’s Pathfinder and Pilot initiatives to act as
catalysts for more innovative approaches
- Other examples include DIU and DEUCSI who are pushing experimentation
and innovation to leverage commercial capabilities for the warfighter
- Need to view owner/operators as “Industry Partners” providing “vital
infrastructure”
• Longer-term agreements needed to provide incentives for industry
investment and tailored capabilities for the warfighter
Mr Peter Hoene, President and CEO, SES GS
14.15 Panel Discussion - transforming the allied Space Enterprise:
Governance of future satcom acquisition and life cycle management
• ‘Always the predator, never the prey’ – why staying ahead of our
adversaries requires a ‘go fast’ approach
• SMC 2.0., the Catalyst Space Accelerator and other rapid prototyping
and procurement lines of effort within the DoD
• How industry integrate into the DoD’s approach – from primes to
incubators – partnering with commercials to deliver the bandwidth
demanded by the warfighter
• What organisational structure changes such as the Space COCOM
mean for future processes
• Where allied partners can help speed up our access to the space
enablers required
• Final concluding thoughts from the panellists
to be Confirmed Moderator
Panelists:
Ms Nicole Robinson, Senior Vice President, SES Global Government &
Managing Director, SES Techcom Services, SES Networks
Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Officer, SMC,
US air Force
Ms Clare Grason, Chief, Commercial Satellite Communications Office
(CSCO), AFSPACE, US air Force
Ms andrea loper, Acquisition Program Manager, AFRL,
US air Force
Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager Military Space,
lockheed Martin
14.45 Connectivity to the tactical Edge
• OneWeb’s global communications network will deliver the levels of
reliable and secure throughput that government applications require
• OneWeb will discuss the new high-speed, low latency use cases that
will enhance decision-making and security to connect those who
protect at the tactical edge
Mr Dylan browne, VP Head of Government, oneWeb
15.15 architecting Milsatcom User terminals For Emerging Capabilities”
• New commercial SATCOM and MILSATCOM services require
innovative approaches to user terminal design
• Key design challenges include spectrum supportability and waveform
diversity
• Technology advances in modem and RF design enable the next-gen
architectures
• New design principles can accommodate emerging capabilities,
leverage technology advances and foster greater interoperability
Mr len Schiavone, Technical Director, Integrated Communications
Systems, Raytheon
15.45 afternoon tea
16.10 the transition to Secure agile Ka-band Comsat
• As defence agencies, MoD’s and the DoD migrate services to Ka-band
taking advantage of the lower cost profile, companies such as Avanti
are satisfying the requirements of security, availability and agility with
new steerable capabilities in military bands
Mr Donald Walker, Director, Defence & Security, avanti
16.40 DoD teleport’s Future allied MlGC/MvG approach
• MLGC Capability Overview
• Allied MLGC/MVG Background and Approach
• Current Allied MLGC/MVG Working Group Efforts
Ms Demaryl Singleton, DoD Teleport ACAT I Program Manager, DiSa
17.10 the Next Generation of Communication
• The 1D vs 2D vs Passive
• 2D – timelines for delivery
• Product comparisons in the market
• Size, weight and power for the next generation of communications
• Latest technology for small terminals, such as the Nano / Nano-H
• What can be achieved with this size, what satellites are required to
have good links
• The future: mPower
Mr Kfir benjamin, CEO, GetSat
17.35 Future approaches to Disruptive Space
• An introduction to the Catalyst Space Accelerator - how it promotes
innovation within industry and promotes technology advancement
for the warfighter
• Data Fusion and ISR accelerator
• Space innovation within Dstl: collaboration & coordination in future
space R&D
• Staying ahead of our adversaries – how ‘space pitch day’
contributes to go fast approaches to future space
• Final concluding thoughts: what innovation means for how we deliver
future warfighting capability
lieutenant David buehler, Deputy Program Manager, SCOTCH
Program, AFRL, US air Force
18.05 SatCoM architecture Enabling DoD to Dynamically access Diverse
Satellites, Service Providers and Gateways in Minutes
• Enterprise Management and Control (EM&C) System
• Automated Satellite Roaming Capability
• Leveraging Existing Investment with Modern Capabilities
Dr Mark Dale, Chief Architect, EM&C, Kratos
18.30 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two
19.00 Networking Reception at the Science Museum
Hosted by airbus
Day three i 7th November i international
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“Truly a premier gathering of information and people”
– THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION
08.00 Registration & Coffee
08.30 Chair’s opening Remarks
Mr allen antrobus, Account Manager - Military Space, airbus
08.40 oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS
Space Policy of Japan
• Current space policy of Japan
• New Defense Guideline and Mid-term Defense Program
• Space Situation Awareness
• QZSS program and Hosted Payload
Mr Hirohisa Mori, Director, National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet
Office of Japan, Japanese Self Defence Forces
09.10 Canadian MilSatCoM update
• Strong at home, secure in North America & engaged in the world:
how the CAF MILSATCOM capabilities feed into these goals
• Supporting adaptable, flexible and responsive battle management
through SATCOM enabled C2
• Protected military SATCOM (PMSC) – providing bandwidth and
milestones to achieve FOC
• Tactical narrowband SATCOM moving forward: providing great
coverage above and below the 65th parallel
• Where future partnership might come from – perspectives from DG
Space
Colonel Cameron Stoltz, Director of Space Requirements, Canadian
armed Forces
09.40 Update on the laser Communications Coalition Mission to Demonstrate
Uav operations via a Satellite-based lasercom link
Mr Chris long, Vice President and General Manager, Satellite Systems
Division, Northrop Grumman innovation Systems
10.10 Morning Coffee
10.35 optical Communication, the Future of MilSatCoM Connectivity
Moderated by: Mr Jeffrey Roncka, Senior Partner, Renaissance
Strategic advisors
Panelists:
Mr Hughes boulnois, Head of SpaceDataHighway, airbus Defence
& Space
Mr Michel leenaarts, MILSATCOM Programme Manager, Defence
Materiel Organisation , Netherlands MoD
Mr Jamie Dronen, Director of Global Partnerships, the aerospace
Corporation
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Mr Don brown, General Manager, Government Services,
telesat
11.05 Roadmap for Future SatCoM: Updates on the australian approach
to C4i
• Resilient space-based systems to support network capabilities &
defence priorities on security and redundancy of assets
• An overview of the JP 9102 ASDSS mission to provide resilient and
responsive joint communications
• Moving to an initial RFI from industry and architectural designs being
considered
• High mobility (narrowband) and high capacity (wideband) SATCOM:
priorities for the development of constellations across bandwidths
• Concluding perspectives on the roadmap for the future Australian
Defence SATCOM System (ASDSS)
Mr luke brown, Assistant Secretary Space and Communication,
australian Department of Defence
11.35 New Zealand’s SatCoM Capabilities and Requirements
• New Zealand’s area of operations and the unique communication
requirements extensive coastlines and low latitude demand
• Current global missions and responsibilities for the NZDF - exercise
footprint for deployed forces
• Operations in the Antarctic – C4i utilised below the 65th parallel
• NZDF integration into the WGS: current MOU and future bandwidth
use possibilities
• Hardened & rugged SATCOM for SOF deployments moving forward
Colonel Jim Dryburgh, Director Service Integration CIO Department,
New Zealand Defence Forces
12.05 Sesssion Reserved for intelsat
Mr Rick Henry, VP of Sales and Business Development,
intelsat General Corporation
12.35 Networking lunch
13.35 Norway’s Space Programme – Key Milestones in Development
• An introduction to Norwegian defence sector space capabilities &
arctic SATCOM mission (ASBM)
• Collaboration with allied nations on shared space capabilities and
timelines for development
Colonel Stig Nilsson, Head of Space Programmes, Norwegian MoD
14.05 KEYNotE aDDRESS
Providing Robust C4i Capability across the European theatre of
operations
Colonel andrew burks, Chief of C4i Operations, J6, EUCOM,
US DoD
14.35 Future MilSatCom for the Dutch armed Forces
• The requirements of the future: meeting growing bandwidth
demands with aging constellations
• Frameworks for resilience from a Dutch perspective – moving beyond
COMSATCOM vs sovereign capability
• Providing a mix of future capability at varying levels of encryption
and nulling
• International collaboration as a cornerstone of future capability
• Roadmap for future MilSatCom – partners & providers outlined for
respective modes of communication
Mr Michel leenaarts, MILSATCOM Programme Manager, Defence
Materiel Organisation, Netherlands MoD
15.05 Commercial Hosting Military Payloads: Malaysian’s Experience
• Challenges and lesson learned
• Ground Segment development & capabilities
• Knowledge and information gained from hosted payload experience
• Future plans for expansion
Colonel ilime bin ibrahim, Commanding Officer MAF Satellite
Communication Centre, Malaysian armed Forces
15.35 SatCoM Capabilities and the Space Segment – Plans for Growth in the
Data age
• Deployable as a key requirement: current transportable anchor
stations that are ruggedized for harsh environments
• TDM frequencies for maritime SATCOM: providing permanent X and
Ka band communications for BLOS C4I
• SCPC, MCPC and CSAT for secure and resilient signals and future
constellation usage
• Providing end-to-end encryptions and EPM capabilities for secure
voice and data services
Colonel Mihai burlacu, Deputy Head of Communications and IT
Branch, Romanian MoD
16.05 afternoon tea
16.30 SatCoM-on-the-move for the Expeditionary Warfighter
• Challenges for deploying in the northern reaches: natural
EM interference, SwAP mobility considerations, latitude & low
temperatures
• Overcoming terminal limits to connect in high latitude environments
• Communications in cold weather environments – mitigating intense
cold, terrain and time drift concerns in the arctic
• Arctic Communications exercises – feedback from delivering X, S and
4G/LTE capability
• Bandwidth requirements from an expeditionary perspective moving
forward
Captain Dez Hill, G6 Projects Officer, US Marine Corps africa and
Europe
17.00 Future MilSatCom for the Republic of Korea
• Providing seamless connectivity and enabling manoeuvre tempo –
the key MilSatCom priorities
• Signals infrustrcture within Korea: GEO SAT and Korea SAT5
• Where hybrid approaches and COMSATCOM utilisation can provide
greater depth in CIS provision
• Rapid deployment of LTE in support of SATCOM and future
deployable capability
Colonel Young-Ell Kim, Chief, Defense Communication Command,
Republic of Korea armed Forces
CloSiNG KEYNotE aDDRESSES - SPaCE aND GRoUND SEGMENt
PERSPECtivES oN FUtURE bRaZiliaN SatCoM
17.30 the brazilian armed Forces approach to C4i
• Brazil’s area of operations: providing on-the-move communications
for the warfighter across all terrain Provision of dual-band SATCOM
for the support C4i capabilities
• Enabling adaptive dispersed operations for ground forces through
space-enabled technology
• Efforts within SGDC-2 and future lines of effort for communications
provision
• Ground terminal and radio considerations within the provision of
current equipment
• How LTE and SATCOM-on-the-move will enhance future
expeditionary ability for the Brazilian Armed Forces
Major General Sergio luiz tratz, Deputy Chief of Army Staff - G2,
brazilian army
17.55 Roadmap for Future brazilian MilSatCom Capabilities
• The Brazilian AOR (area of responsibility) and SATCOM challenge
that this presents
• Bringing together the satellite fleet, access to space and the space
operations centre
• PESE’s roadmap for the delivery of Carponis-1 and future platforms
into 2022 and beyond
• Current SATCOM coverage nationally and regionally in X-band
• Exploring the use of cube-sats in combination with new launch
platforms
Major General Jose vital, VP, Brazilian Space Systems Commission,
brazilian MoD
18.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day three
Mr allen antrobus, Account Manager - Military Space, airbus
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SMi Group's Global MilSatCom 2019 conference

  • 1. SMi Group Proudly Presents its 21st annual... C o N F E R E N C E & E X H i b i t i o N 2 0 1 9 Europe’s leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals Pre-Conference Focus Day: Monday 4th November 2019 | St James Court | london, UK Conference: tuesday 5th November - thursday 7th November 2019 | Queen Elizabeth ii Conference Centre | london, UK to keep updated with programme developments or to reserve your place, please visit: www.globalmilsatcom.com Global MilSatCom Community #GlobalMilSatCom @SMiGroupDefence lEaD SPoNSoR GolD SPoNSoR SilvER SPoNSoR booK bY JUNE 28tH to SavE £200 ● booK bY 30tH SEPtEMbER to SavE £100 Global MilSatCoM MilitaRY aND GovERNMENt SPEaKERS iNClUDE: Colonel Jim Dryburgh, Director Service Integration CIO Department, New Zealand Defence Forces Colonel Young-Ell Kim, Chief, Defence Communication Command, RoK armed Forces Colonel Nilsson, Head of Space Programmes, Norwegian MoD Colonel ilime bin ibrahim, Commanding Officer MAF Satellite Communication Centre, Malaysian armed Forces Colonel Mihai burlacu, Deputy Head of Communications and IT Branch, Romanian MoD Mr luke brown, Assistant Secretary Space and Communication, australian Department of Defence Ms Demaryl Singleton, DoD Teleport ACAT I Program Manager, DiSa Mr Michel leenaarts, MilSatCom Programme Manager, Defence Materiel Organisation, Netherlands MoD Mr Gary lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite technology limited Mr Mark boggett, CEO, Seraphim Capital Dr Juan Reveles, Chief Technology Officer, oxford Space Systems Mr Sean Goldsbrough, Senior Orbital Analyst, UK Space agency Dr Douglas liddle, CEO, in-Space Missions Mr Craig Clark MbE, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder, Clyde Space/aaC Clyde SMall SatEllitES aND DiSRUPtivE tECHNoloGY FoCUS DaY SPEaKERS iNClUDE: 4tH Nov 2019 HoSt NatioN KEYNotE SPEaKERS: iNtERNatioNal KEYNotE SPEaKERS: Captain David Moody, SATCOM & Strategic Networks, UK MoD Mr Michael Rudd, Telecommunications Strategy Head, UK Space agency Dr Michael o’Callaghan, Space Programme Manager, Dstl Mr barry austin, Skynet 6 Project Manager and Deputy Head of Networks, ISS, UK MoD Wing Commander David black, SKYNET 6 EC Lead, ISS, UK MoD Major General Sergio tratz, Deputy Chief of Army Staff, G2, brazilian army Major General Jose vital, VP, Brazilian Space Systems Commission, brazilian MoD Colonel andrew burks, Chief of C4i Operations, J6, EUCOM, US DoD Colonel Cameron Stoltz, Director of Space Requirements, Canadian armed Forces SPoNSoRS EXHibitoRS ® Colonel laurent Jannin, Head of SATCOM, DGa Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief, International Partnerships Office, SMC, US air Force Mr Hirohisa Mori, Director of National Space Policy Secretariat, Japanese Self Defence Forces Mr Mike Nichols, Chief, AFSPC Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch, AFSPC Commercial Satellite Communications Office, US air Force
  • 2. Dear Colleagues, We’re delighted to announce the return of Global MilSatCom – SMi Group’s flagship conference – now in its 21st year – which remains the premier event for military satellite professionals. In the following pages you will find detailed information about everything this event has to offer – including a snapshot of what the international military community is working towards & the latest equipment, networks and programmes being developed by industry. This year, we took the additional step of engaging with our audience and key stakeholders to ensure that this forum remains a pivotal event in the defence industry’s diary; and we believe that this is reflected in the quality of the most comprehensive Global MilSatCom to date. Last year we successfully moved to a brand-new conference venue – the QEII Conference Centre – to cater to our growing audience numbers and exhibitor demand. We also launched a pre-conference focus day exploring Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology, which took place in another new venue – St James Court – exploring the growing race to launch cube, nano and micro-satellites into orbit and what the drive to provide ‘data connectivity for the many’ means in the defence sector. With 2019 an essential year, for both the host nation’s SKYNET programme, disruptive ‘go fast’ efforts being pioneered in the US and NATO signing a new alliance-wide MOU – Global MilSatCom will once again delve into these key mission areas, alongside its unparalleled international & industry representation. This year’s conference will enhance relationships between vendors and allied nations through the sharing of experience and knowledge among decision makes in military and government as well as industry. We invite you to join us and over 550 other attendees, from over 35 different nations, to network across 3 days of conference and receptions, as well as our dedicated focus day to discuss these important topics. Yours faithfully, The Global MilSatCom Space and Satellite Division Pre-Conference Focus Day PaGE 3 Global MilSatCom Day 1 agenda PaGE 4 Global MilSatCom Day 2 agenda PaGE 5 Global MilSatCom Day 3 agenda PaGE 6 Global MilSatCom Facts and Figures PaGE 7 Sponsors and Exhibitors PaGE 8-9 Networking and Exhibition opportunities PaGE 10 Media Partners and Conference attendees PaGE 11 Registration Page PaGE 12 CoNtENtS 2 alia Malick Director ben toye Senior Conference Producer Shannon Cargan Marketing Manager
  • 3. Small Satellites and Disruptive technology Focus Day taj Hotel St James, london, UK | Chaired by Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director, Northern Space & Security ltd Returning by popular demand, this year’s Global MilSatCom will once again host a pre-conference Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology focus day – set to explore this critical enabler for the military forces. Bringing together leading commercial solution providers, those at the cutting edge of small satellite R&D and government end-users: this forum provides a domain to discuss what future trends in constellation development might have here on the ground. With ever growing numbers of small, nano and pseudo satellites going into orbit, the time has never been riper than to explore this nascent industry as it transforms communication capability. Setting the scene for Europe’s leading Military Satellite Communications show – this focus day will explore future launch, hosted payloads, mega-constellation development and sustainability considerations. Sure to be an unmissable introduction to the world of SATCOM – this year’s focus day is a critical diary date for anyone looking to explore the next generation of space technologies. 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.45 Chair’s opening Remarks Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director, Northern Space & Security ltd oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS 09.00 Delivering the Disruptive: Future launch & Development of Small Satellites • Providing end-to-end space mission design, test, launch and operation for small satellites • SSTL 42 & SSTL 300: providing low cost LEO capability with high performance architecture • Successes of the REMOVEDEBRIS mission on creating responsible management of LEO assets • Partnering with Orbex to carry experimental payloads from 2021 • Future development of soverign UK launch – rethinking how we deliver small satellites moving forward Mr Gary lay, Director of Strategic Opportunities, Surrey Satellite technology limited 09.30 Small Sats, Payloads and Data: trends in Future Space • Seraphim within the context of the UK’s space strategy: developing innovation through venture funds • Data requires in the IoT era – why new small satellites represent the future of space • The current start up landscape & where hosted payload provision can enable future cubesat development • The UK & Harwell as a technology hub for disruptive technology development • Investment and accelerator programmes of Seraphim – harnessing the power Mr Mark boggett, CEO, Seraphim Capital 10.00 Meeting the Challenges of the New Space age • Delivering innovative and scalable structures that save on build and launch costs • Deployable antennas for small satellites – key considerations for composite material and their compatibility with the space environment • Other applications of innovative composite structures: Oxford Space Systems boom on AlSat-Nano & REMOVEDEBRIS missions Dr Juan Reveles, Chief Technology Officer, oxford Space Systems 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Panel: the UK as a New launch Nation: Priorities for the Development of New Sites • An introduction to the panellists and opening remarks • Horizontal and vertical launch – payload, cost and range factors for respective sites • Promoting a collective vision for the UK launch market – ensuring each site fulfils a niche within the future framework • The business case for sovereign launch capability for the UK • Final concluding thoughts from the panellists Moderated by: Squadron leader (Ret’d) Ralph Dinsley, Director, Northern Space & Security ltd Panelists: Mr Miles Carden, Director, Spaceport Cornwall Mr Roy Kirk, Sutherland Spaceport Development Lead, Highlands and islands Enterprise Ms Yvette Hopkins, Director of Operations, Shetland, Shetland Space Centre 11.45 Session Reserved for Sponsor SPaCE oN ClYDE 12.15 Future Space & Disruption in the Satellite Market • How standardised, proven and robust platforms will provide the bedrock of the LEO economy • The range for Cubesats: from 1U to 27U: provision of capability across all requirements • Performance considerations for small satellites – providing the bandwidth and resolution demanded by current operators • Encryption as a standard for authentication in space assets • Future partnerships that will build ‘space as a service’ Mr Craig Clark MbE, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder, Clyde Space/aaC Clyde 12.45 Networking lunch 13.45 bringing Space Down to Earth: with Spaceships from the Clyde • New approaches, technologies, & concepts for future agile constellations • Small satellite quantum key distribution for secure end-to-end communications • Inter-satellite optical communications using LEDs • Where are we going? Anticipated developments in the small satellites sector Dr Malcolm Macdonald, Chair of Space Technology & Director of Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications, SoXSA, University of Strathclyde & SoXSa 14.15 Session Reserved for Sponsor lEo CoNStEllatioNS 14.45 Faraday Service: Providing Rapid, Ultra-low Cost access to lEo • Leveraging mature newspace technology for the Faraday project • Providing commercial in-orbit demonstrations in Q3 of 2019 • How ride-sharing can transform access to space for small nations and organisations • Future hosted payload opportunities and how the industry can exploit them • Responsive space for commercial and institutional customers Mr Douglas liddle, CEO, in-Space Missions limited 15.15 afternoon tea SMall SatEllitE iot aPPliCatioNS 15.45 iot as a Space Enabled technology: Utilising Small Satellites for New Networks • Wireless data transmission systems utilised in industry and for the consumer • The role of satellites in IoT • Future hybrid systems to support low cost IoT connectivity • Technical challenges to be overcome in using LEO constellations for IoT applications • Technology for reducing the terminal power and enabling antenna directivity for links • Steerable antennas for LEO small satellites – IoT implications Dr Rainer Wansch, Head of Department, RF and SatCom Systems, Fraunhofer iiS MoDElliNG aND SiMUlatioN 16.15 Modelling and Simulation Perspectives on Future UK launch • The current launch landscape – bringing back spaceflight to the UK and the obstacle this presents • Collaboration with the spaceport providers to model and simulate launches to ensure they are safely and effectively achieved • Support for the sub-orbital launch market in the UK • Hardware flight testing and training programmes for the launch providers Mr ben Jarvis, CEO, Raptor aerospace ltd DEbRiS MitiGatioN 16.45 Debris Mitigation in the Small Satellite Era • How small satellites can provide new levels of connectivity – but also demand effective management and control • The tools in our arsenal – SST data sets for LEO small satellites • Regulatory considerations in the new mega constellation environment Mr Sean Goldsbrough, Senior Orbital Analyst, UK Space agency 17.15 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Focus Day 19.00 Evening Dinner at the army-Navy Club (invitation only) Sponsored by lockheed Martin Evening Dinner at the army-Navy Club 3 Focus Day i 4th November 2019Global MilSatCom “Very well-planned and organised. SMi did an exceptional job of pulling together today’s program, companies and speakers” – LINQUEST
  • 4. Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com 4 Day one i 5th November i UK & Europe “Thank you for this interesting day” – VIASAT 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.40 Chair’s opening Remarks Mr Gerard Donelan, Vice-President Security and Defence, SES Networks 08.50 HoSt NatioN oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS Session Reserved for Senior UK MoD official 09.00 Strategic Developments in SKYNEt & Future UK MilSatCoM • Outlining space as an operating domain - the Future Force Concept and strategic approaches to SATCOM • Requirements for the future: coverage and concurrency to enable expeditionary capability & availability and survivability in a contested & competitive EM and physical space • Pivot towards a much more informed MoD with an appropriate level of independent industry advice and support that can leverage own capitally acquired MILSATCOM, commercial SATCOM, and allied collaboration Captain David Moody, SATCOM and Strategic Networks, UK MoD 09.30 KEYNotE aDDRESS the UK’s National Space Strategy - Providing leadership in the Global Space Market • Connectivity as half the story: exploiting future mesh systems to meet operational data requirements • Space as a British success story - maintaining market capture and leadership through the development of innovation centres such as Harwell • Providing enduring capability: UKSA’s role in the provision of future sovereign capability through SKYNET 5 SDW and SKYNET 6 • Where COMSATCOM can be integrated for low resilience C4i requirements Mr Michael Rudd, Telecommunications Strategy Head, UK Space agency 10.00 SKYNEt 5 - the backbone of the UK’s current SatCoM capability • Ensuring the SDW remains a springboard for SKYNET 6 EC and doesn’t constrain it • Current feedback from initial industry competitions for the execution of SDW and timeline for bidder announcement in 2020 • User terminal considerations for the future of the systems & ensuring they’re interoperable with future systems without constraining their design • ‘Go fast’ approach: delivering quickly on the project through organisational efforts within ISS Mr barry austin, Skynet 6 Project Manager and Deputy Head of Networks, ISS, UK MoD 10.30 UK MoD Panel: Concepts of Future operations (CoNoPS) for the UK Under Skynet 5 & Skynet 6 • Who, where and what we will be fighting in 20 years’ time – forecasting the future to shape requirements writing today • Maintaining the UK’s SATCOM sovereignty: balancing value and freedom of action to project power moving forward • Ground terminal perspectives: ensuring the space & terrestrial components remain interoperable Moderated by: Mr Gerard Donelan, VP Security and Defence, SES Networks Panelists: Commander Phil Coope, Programme Manager, SATCOM and Strategic Networks, UK MoD Wing Commander David black, SKYNET 6 EC Lead, ISS, UK MoD Dr Michael o’Callaghan, Space Programme Manager, Dstl Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnerships Officer, SMC, US air Force 11.10 Morning Coffee 11.40 Enabling Warfare in the information age – Situational awareness and advanced assured Connectivity • 50 years of pioneering progress • Achieving the vision of the Information Age today and tomorrow • Continuing to deliver assured connectivity moving forward Mr Richard Franklin, Head of Secure Communications, airbus 12.00 Session Reserved for lockheed Martin Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager Military Space, lockheed Martin 12.20 industry Panel Discussion: Perspectives from the Primes - Delivering Robust SatCoM Capability Moving Forward • An outline of current technology and where future trends will shape capability over the next 10 years • How technology demonstrations that have been integrated into SATCOM programmes • How can you balance Sovereign, commercial and pooled solutions for communications? The benefits of each and exploring key drivers moving forward • Stakeholder engagement: how do we meet requirements which also offering new approaches to government • Concluding thoughts: how to deliver assured and robust SATCOM moving forward Mr Peter b. de Selding, Co-Founder, Editor, Space intel Report Panelists: Mr Richard Franklin, Head of Secure Communications, airbus Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager Military Space, lockheed Martin Mr Nick Shave, Vice President, Strategy & Programmes, inmarsat 13.00 Networking lunch 14.10 air Connectivity at the Service of Collaborative Combat Mr Franck Chatain, Product Line Manager - SATCOM Mobile Networks, thales 14.30 KEYNotE aDDRESS SYRaCUSE iv - Moving to initial operating Capability by 2021 • The MILSATCOM strategy of the French MoD – delivering information superiority in France and other operating theatres • Shared and sovereign assets: how pooled SATCOM capability can help augment SYRACUSE IV gaps in coverage • Providing new GEO capability through SYRRACUSE IV and timelines to deliver an IOC by 2021 and FOC by 2022 • Ground segment considerations for future SATCOM – providing a layered approach to build resilience to cyber, jamming and HANE threats • Where COMSATCOM can enhance the future of the C4i network Colonel laurent Jannin, Head of French SATCOM Programs, DGa 15.10 Secure, agile, Resilient, and assured Services Delivered for Global & Multi-Mode Communications • Advanced satcom services delivered in the air, at sea and on the ground • Innovative tactical communications and welfare services • Interoperability leveraging MilSatCom and ComSatCom capabilities Mr Willy Guilleux, Senior VP Global Government Services, Eutelsat 15.40 afternoon tea 16.10 Session Reserved for Mr Peter Hadinger, Chief Technology Officer, inmarsat 16.40 Disruptive innovations that Will Change Government and Defence operations over Satellite • Increased need for global MoD networks to connect the dispersed operations • Next-Gen waveforms provide both secure, resilient and efficient satellite communications adapted to the application • Provide seamless communications on-the-move on sea, land and in the air • Use Cases for 5G and Edge Computing in Military Satcom networks • How new space assets (HTS, MEO, LEO, GEO, HEO, HAPS) effect the ground segment satellite networks Mr Koen Willems, Head of International Government Satcom, Newtec 17.10 CP90a130: Providing SatCoM Capability for Nato Moving Forward • Moving from NSP2K MOU towards new sovereign bandwidth acquisition for NATO operations • The future of NATO SATCOM CP90A130: providing enhanced SHF, UHF and EHF space segments over the next 15 years • Balancing the anticipated AOI for NATO, programme cost and future user requirements for the programme • Status on the MOU signatures – sharing the pooled capacity of France, Italy, UK and US SATCOM constellations Rear admiral (Ret’d) Giovanni battista Durando, SATCOM Service Area Owner, Nato Communications and information agency (NCi agency) Mr antonio Calderon, Service Line Chief, Network Services and IT Infrastructure, Nato Communications and informations agency (NCia) 17.40 GovSat- Engaging Secure Satellite Communications • Secure SatCom, a key pillar in national defence SatCom architectures • GovSat, first year of operations: experience sharing and next steps Mr Patrick biewer, CEO, luxGovSat 18.10 Dual technologies and Services Demonstrations for Govsatcom and Milsatcom • Broadband Ka • Electrical satellite and numerical payload • Mobile satcom demonstrations for institutions Mr Jean-Pierre Diris, Head of Navigation and Telecommunications Department, CNES (French Space agency) 18.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day one 18.50 Networking Reception at the taj St James Court Sponsored by SES Networks 20.30 Evening Dinner at the Quilon Restaurant (invitation only) Sponsored by Eutelsat
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Fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 Day two i 6th November i U.S.a. 5 “Great event” – UK DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.25 Chairman’s opening Remarks Mr brad Grady, Principal Analyst, NSR oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS 08.30 integrating Commercial bandwidth and architectures to Military Communications • The evolving organisational structure within the DoD – where AFSPACE sits within the SATCOM provision framework • Exploiting the new window of opportunity for the acquisition of future commercial SATCOM • Finding the balance between commercial and sovereign capability – key considerations • Leasing of DoD teleports for COMSATCOM to provide military end- users the services they require • Final concluding comments: what the emerging LEO small satellites revolution means for CSCO’s future bandwidth strategy Mr Mike Nichols, Chief, AFSPC Commercial SATCOM Solutions Branch, AFSPC Commercial Satellite Communications Office, US air Force 09.00 Go Global, Go Polar: From Spot beams to Global High throughput - Next Generation SatCoM Capability • The value of multi-band and/or multi-orbit constellations - leveraging the diversity and resiliency of Commercial Satellite Communications • Total global coverage with low latency high-throughput connectivity – exploring new architectural configurations and extending high- throughput capability for the polar regions • Scalable network architecture and seamless network approach Ms Nicole Robinson, Senior Vice President, SES Global Government & Managing Director, SES Networks KEYNotE aDDRESS 09.30 US Enterprise Communications • System enterprise – moving ops from single purpose SATCOM to in depth, heterogenous service - Roaming across purpose built and commercial constellations (WGS, HTS, HCS, PTS) - Flexible enterprise including terminals, networks, management and control exploiting flexible “pool” capacity access via commercial and purpose built space capacity blends - Advanced Business Concepts to integrate purpose built and commercial products within common resource pool • Pool benefits to the warfighter: - Reliable assured access and surge support - Higher resiliency - Better affordability • Timelines for SpEC OT terminal and enterprise prototyping and delivery in the mid-2020’s Mr Joe vanderpoorten, Portfolio Architect, MILSATCOM Advanced Concepts, SMC, AFSPACE, US air Force 09.50 FSS or MSS: Competitors or complimentary? • Where is the market heading with LEO Ku? • How will new global MSS solutions change the marketplace? • How will traditional MSS services integrate with GEO/FSS and LEO Ku/Ka band satellite solutions? • Will HTS Ka band satellites play a larger role in meeting global SATCOM requirements? Mr David Greenhill, CEO, CoMSat 10.20 Morning Coffee 10.50 Space architecture Resilience: thinking a Step ahead with Disaggregation and Flexibility • Contested space now a reality • Evolution of protection and deterrence strategies for milsatcom mission assurance • Affording disaggregation and flexibility thanks to the Airbus wide span of secured satellites solutions: NEO, OneSat, Arrow Mr David Petit, MilSatCom Programmes Manager, airbus 11.20 KEYNotE aDDRESS SMC 2.0.’ Delivering the Capability Demanded by the Warfighter at EPiC SPEED • SMC 2.0 – why we need it and what EPIC SPEED really means • Enabling greater lethality and war-winning capability through a relentless drive towards innovation • Moving from a stove-piped approach to the mission areas to an enterprise wide management style • ‘Take the final leap’ steps to achieving FOC by 2020 • Delivering space supremacy with the same ownership as air superiority to always stay ahead of our adversaries Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Officer, SMC, US air Force 11.50 Session Reserved for viasat Mr andy lincoln, Chief Technology Officer, Government Systems, viaSat 12.20 omega launch Service overview • Intermediate/heavy lift capability for national security missions - Extremely reliable design leverages flight-proven technologies - Experienced team dedicated to customer success • On track for qualification launches in 2021 Mr Kent Rominger, Vice President and OmegA Capture Lead, Flight Systems Division, Northrop Grumman 12.50 Networking lunch 13.45 Drastic times Call for Drastic Measures - Why the US Government Must Change the way they view and Procure Commercial SatCoM • The threat demands the USG quickly develop a more resilient architecture, supported by ready access to capacity - multiple bands, orbits, & networks - Commercial SATCOM is a significant contributor to a more distributed, disaggregated architecture - Need to get inside the enemy’s decision loop • The need for speed: Industry can provide improved SATCOM capabilities much faster than purpose built acquisition efforts - Commercial satellite procurement completed in 2-3 years - Allows for much more flexible and timely technology insertion and adapting to a changing security and information assurance landscape - Provides key host vehicles for hosted payloads at a fraction of the cost of free flyers or purpose built satellites • USG sponsored innovation and partnerships are needed to change the way we do business and to enable a more flexible, integrated architecture - Good examples include SMC’s Pathfinder and Pilot initiatives to act as catalysts for more innovative approaches - Other examples include DIU and DEUCSI who are pushing experimentation and innovation to leverage commercial capabilities for the warfighter - Need to view owner/operators as “Industry Partners” providing “vital infrastructure” • Longer-term agreements needed to provide incentives for industry investment and tailored capabilities for the warfighter Mr Peter Hoene, President and CEO, SES GS 14.15 Panel Discussion - transforming the allied Space Enterprise: Governance of future satcom acquisition and life cycle management • ‘Always the predator, never the prey’ – why staying ahead of our adversaries requires a ‘go fast’ approach • SMC 2.0., the Catalyst Space Accelerator and other rapid prototyping and procurement lines of effort within the DoD • How industry integrate into the DoD’s approach – from primes to incubators – partnering with commercials to deliver the bandwidth demanded by the warfighter • What organisational structure changes such as the Space COCOM mean for future processes • Where allied partners can help speed up our access to the space enablers required • Final concluding thoughts from the panellists to be Confirmed Moderator Panelists: Ms Nicole Robinson, Senior Vice President, SES Global Government & Managing Director, SES Techcom Services, SES Networks Ms Deanna Ryals, Chief Partnership Officer, SMC, US air Force Ms Clare Grason, Chief, Commercial Satellite Communications Office (CSCO), AFSPACE, US air Force Ms andrea loper, Acquisition Program Manager, AFRL, US air Force Ms Kay Sears, Vice President & General Manager Military Space, lockheed Martin 14.45 Connectivity to the tactical Edge • OneWeb’s global communications network will deliver the levels of reliable and secure throughput that government applications require • OneWeb will discuss the new high-speed, low latency use cases that will enhance decision-making and security to connect those who protect at the tactical edge Mr Dylan browne, VP Head of Government, oneWeb 15.15 architecting Milsatcom User terminals For Emerging Capabilities” • New commercial SATCOM and MILSATCOM services require innovative approaches to user terminal design • Key design challenges include spectrum supportability and waveform diversity • Technology advances in modem and RF design enable the next-gen architectures • New design principles can accommodate emerging capabilities, leverage technology advances and foster greater interoperability Mr len Schiavone, Technical Director, Integrated Communications Systems, Raytheon 15.45 afternoon tea 16.10 the transition to Secure agile Ka-band Comsat • As defence agencies, MoD’s and the DoD migrate services to Ka-band taking advantage of the lower cost profile, companies such as Avanti are satisfying the requirements of security, availability and agility with new steerable capabilities in military bands Mr Donald Walker, Director, Defence & Security, avanti 16.40 DoD teleport’s Future allied MlGC/MvG approach • MLGC Capability Overview • Allied MLGC/MVG Background and Approach • Current Allied MLGC/MVG Working Group Efforts Ms Demaryl Singleton, DoD Teleport ACAT I Program Manager, DiSa 17.10 the Next Generation of Communication • The 1D vs 2D vs Passive • 2D – timelines for delivery • Product comparisons in the market • Size, weight and power for the next generation of communications • Latest technology for small terminals, such as the Nano / Nano-H • What can be achieved with this size, what satellites are required to have good links • The future: mPower Mr Kfir benjamin, CEO, GetSat 17.35 Future approaches to Disruptive Space • An introduction to the Catalyst Space Accelerator - how it promotes innovation within industry and promotes technology advancement for the warfighter • Data Fusion and ISR accelerator • Space innovation within Dstl: collaboration & coordination in future space R&D • Staying ahead of our adversaries – how ‘space pitch day’ contributes to go fast approaches to future space • Final concluding thoughts: what innovation means for how we deliver future warfighting capability lieutenant David buehler, Deputy Program Manager, SCOTCH Program, AFRL, US air Force 18.05 SatCoM architecture Enabling DoD to Dynamically access Diverse Satellites, Service Providers and Gateways in Minutes • Enterprise Management and Control (EM&C) System • Automated Satellite Roaming Capability • Leveraging Existing Investment with Modern Capabilities Dr Mark Dale, Chief Architect, EM&C, Kratos 18.30 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two 19.00 Networking Reception at the Science Museum Hosted by airbus
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Day three i 7th November i international 6 “Truly a premier gathering of information and people” – THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.30 Chair’s opening Remarks Mr allen antrobus, Account Manager - Military Space, airbus 08.40 oPENiNG KEYNotE aDDRESS Space Policy of Japan • Current space policy of Japan • New Defense Guideline and Mid-term Defense Program • Space Situation Awareness • QZSS program and Hosted Payload Mr Hirohisa Mori, Director, National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office of Japan, Japanese Self Defence Forces 09.10 Canadian MilSatCoM update • Strong at home, secure in North America & engaged in the world: how the CAF MILSATCOM capabilities feed into these goals • Supporting adaptable, flexible and responsive battle management through SATCOM enabled C2 • Protected military SATCOM (PMSC) – providing bandwidth and milestones to achieve FOC • Tactical narrowband SATCOM moving forward: providing great coverage above and below the 65th parallel • Where future partnership might come from – perspectives from DG Space Colonel Cameron Stoltz, Director of Space Requirements, Canadian armed Forces 09.40 Update on the laser Communications Coalition Mission to Demonstrate Uav operations via a Satellite-based lasercom link Mr Chris long, Vice President and General Manager, Satellite Systems Division, Northrop Grumman innovation Systems 10.10 Morning Coffee 10.35 optical Communication, the Future of MilSatCoM Connectivity Moderated by: Mr Jeffrey Roncka, Senior Partner, Renaissance Strategic advisors Panelists: Mr Hughes boulnois, Head of SpaceDataHighway, airbus Defence & Space Mr Michel leenaarts, MILSATCOM Programme Manager, Defence Materiel Organisation , Netherlands MoD Mr Jamie Dronen, Director of Global Partnerships, the aerospace Corporation ® Mr Don brown, General Manager, Government Services, telesat 11.05 Roadmap for Future SatCoM: Updates on the australian approach to C4i • Resilient space-based systems to support network capabilities & defence priorities on security and redundancy of assets • An overview of the JP 9102 ASDSS mission to provide resilient and responsive joint communications • Moving to an initial RFI from industry and architectural designs being considered • High mobility (narrowband) and high capacity (wideband) SATCOM: priorities for the development of constellations across bandwidths • Concluding perspectives on the roadmap for the future Australian Defence SATCOM System (ASDSS) Mr luke brown, Assistant Secretary Space and Communication, australian Department of Defence 11.35 New Zealand’s SatCoM Capabilities and Requirements • New Zealand’s area of operations and the unique communication requirements extensive coastlines and low latitude demand • Current global missions and responsibilities for the NZDF - exercise footprint for deployed forces • Operations in the Antarctic – C4i utilised below the 65th parallel • NZDF integration into the WGS: current MOU and future bandwidth use possibilities • Hardened & rugged SATCOM for SOF deployments moving forward Colonel Jim Dryburgh, Director Service Integration CIO Department, New Zealand Defence Forces 12.05 Sesssion Reserved for intelsat Mr Rick Henry, VP of Sales and Business Development, intelsat General Corporation 12.35 Networking lunch 13.35 Norway’s Space Programme – Key Milestones in Development • An introduction to Norwegian defence sector space capabilities & arctic SATCOM mission (ASBM) • Collaboration with allied nations on shared space capabilities and timelines for development Colonel Stig Nilsson, Head of Space Programmes, Norwegian MoD 14.05 KEYNotE aDDRESS Providing Robust C4i Capability across the European theatre of operations Colonel andrew burks, Chief of C4i Operations, J6, EUCOM, US DoD 14.35 Future MilSatCom for the Dutch armed Forces • The requirements of the future: meeting growing bandwidth demands with aging constellations • Frameworks for resilience from a Dutch perspective – moving beyond COMSATCOM vs sovereign capability • Providing a mix of future capability at varying levels of encryption and nulling • International collaboration as a cornerstone of future capability • Roadmap for future MilSatCom – partners & providers outlined for respective modes of communication Mr Michel leenaarts, MILSATCOM Programme Manager, Defence Materiel Organisation, Netherlands MoD 15.05 Commercial Hosting Military Payloads: Malaysian’s Experience • Challenges and lesson learned • Ground Segment development & capabilities • Knowledge and information gained from hosted payload experience • Future plans for expansion Colonel ilime bin ibrahim, Commanding Officer MAF Satellite Communication Centre, Malaysian armed Forces 15.35 SatCoM Capabilities and the Space Segment – Plans for Growth in the Data age • Deployable as a key requirement: current transportable anchor stations that are ruggedized for harsh environments • TDM frequencies for maritime SATCOM: providing permanent X and Ka band communications for BLOS C4I • SCPC, MCPC and CSAT for secure and resilient signals and future constellation usage • Providing end-to-end encryptions and EPM capabilities for secure voice and data services Colonel Mihai burlacu, Deputy Head of Communications and IT Branch, Romanian MoD 16.05 afternoon tea 16.30 SatCoM-on-the-move for the Expeditionary Warfighter • Challenges for deploying in the northern reaches: natural EM interference, SwAP mobility considerations, latitude & low temperatures • Overcoming terminal limits to connect in high latitude environments • Communications in cold weather environments – mitigating intense cold, terrain and time drift concerns in the arctic • Arctic Communications exercises – feedback from delivering X, S and 4G/LTE capability • Bandwidth requirements from an expeditionary perspective moving forward Captain Dez Hill, G6 Projects Officer, US Marine Corps africa and Europe 17.00 Future MilSatCom for the Republic of Korea • Providing seamless connectivity and enabling manoeuvre tempo – the key MilSatCom priorities • Signals infrustrcture within Korea: GEO SAT and Korea SAT5 • Where hybrid approaches and COMSATCOM utilisation can provide greater depth in CIS provision • Rapid deployment of LTE in support of SATCOM and future deployable capability Colonel Young-Ell Kim, Chief, Defense Communication Command, Republic of Korea armed Forces CloSiNG KEYNotE aDDRESSES - SPaCE aND GRoUND SEGMENt PERSPECtivES oN FUtURE bRaZiliaN SatCoM 17.30 the brazilian armed Forces approach to C4i • Brazil’s area of operations: providing on-the-move communications for the warfighter across all terrain Provision of dual-band SATCOM for the support C4i capabilities • Enabling adaptive dispersed operations for ground forces through space-enabled technology • Efforts within SGDC-2 and future lines of effort for communications provision • Ground terminal and radio considerations within the provision of current equipment • How LTE and SATCOM-on-the-move will enhance future expeditionary ability for the Brazilian Armed Forces Major General Sergio luiz tratz, Deputy Chief of Army Staff - G2, brazilian army 17.55 Roadmap for Future brazilian MilSatCom Capabilities • The Brazilian AOR (area of responsibility) and SATCOM challenge that this presents • Bringing together the satellite fleet, access to space and the space operations centre • PESE’s roadmap for the delivery of Carponis-1 and future platforms into 2022 and beyond • Current SATCOM coverage nationally and regionally in X-band • Exploring the use of cube-sats in combination with new launch platforms Major General Jose vital, VP, Brazilian Space Systems Commission, brazilian MoD 18.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day three Mr allen antrobus, Account Manager - Military Space, airbus
  • 7. 7 NEtWoRKiNG 2Dinners 2Drinks Receptions OVER 16hours of networking over 4 days iNtERNatioNal attENDaNCE bY NatioN Global MilSatCom celebrates its 21st anniversary this year and it is our intention to build on the successes of last year which included 1 Brand new venue with 2 exhibition rooms 2 Brand new pre-conference focus day which sold out attracting 100 attendees 3 Four fantastic receptions, 3 of which were located in new venues, the SES reception at St. James Court, the Eutelsat dinner at Bank Restaurant, the Airbus reception at the Churchill War Rooms and the Lockheed Martin Dinner at the Army and Navy Club in Pall Mall. UK 32% USa 26% bENElUX 9% FRaNCE 9% JaPaN 4% SWEDEN 3% GERMaNY 3% SPaiN 2% SaUDi aRabia 2% SoUtH KoREa 2% top countries in attendance as a share of total attendance aUDiENCE GRoWtH FRoM 35 CoUNtRiES attendees Global MilSatCom became a three day conference in 2005 and it has grown every year since 1 Attendance in 2018 alone grew by over 20% and now stands 150% higher than in 2005. 2 Military attendance grew to over 150 attendees last year which is more than doubled since 2005. 3 Last year’s event attracted the largest ever geographical spread in its history. Representative from 35 countries attended in 2018 Year 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 (forecast) Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 Spain Poland Japan Estonia Sweden Israel Luxembourg Australia NATO India Ukraine Korea Canada New Zealand Finland Czech Republic Saudi Arabia Italy Brazil Netherlands Germany Pan-Europe Nigeria Global MilSatCoM FaCtS aND FiGURES
  • 8. avanti As a trusted satellite technology leader, we empower people, businesses and governments to stay connected wherever they are. We go the extra mile, developing pioneering, cost-effective and secure satellite solutions that liberate potential in the most demanding places across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and that’s why we invested $1.2 billion in the latest Ka-band satellite technology and shaped it to meet our customers’ needs. www.avantiplc.com CoMSat, an SD company, is a leading provider of customized, secure end-to-end satellite communications services. COMSAT delivers a full portfolio of fixed satellite solutions (C-Band, Ku-Band, Ka-Band, X-Band and UHF), mobile satellite solutions (Inmarsat, Thuraya and Iridium) and teleport services to aeronautical, land mobile and maritime users in multiple markets. www.satcomdirect.com GetSat is the leading provider of Micronized Satellite Terminals. The InterFlat is the latest breakthrough in antenna panel technology, providing the world’s highest efficiency performance in the smallest package. Combining the InterFlat with our state-of-the-art control and tracking mechanism, creates the most powerful and fully contained satellite terminal system. The InterFlat is a leap forward in capability and SWaP, enabling us to provide truly portable, full duplex, wide-band satellite communications. GetSAT customers include top tier defense, commercial and technology companies. The GetSAT team is composed of industry-leading experts with multi-disciplinary skills, dedicated to providing an exceptional, agile and affordable customer experience. www.getsat.com GovSat is a Luxembourg-based satellite operator. Its mission is to provide secure, reliable and accessible governmental satellite communication services to address the demand resulting from defence and institutional security applications. Its first satellite, GovSat-1, is a multi-mission satellite using X-band and Military Ka-band frequencies on high-power and fully steerable mission beams. www.govsat.lu inmarsat is the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications. It owns and operates the world’s leading portfolio of global satellite networks, specifically designed for customer mobility. Inmarsat holds a multi-layered, global spectrum portfolio, covering L-band, Ka-band and S-band, enabling unparalleled breadth and diversity in the solutions it provides. The company has an unrivalled track record of operating the world’s most reliable global mobile satellite networks, sustaining business and mission critical secure, safety & operational applications for 40 years. It is also a major driving force behind technological innovation in mobile satellite communications, sustaining its leadership through a substantial investment and a powerful network of technology and manufacturing partners. In the Government sector, Inmarsat is proud to be the leading commercial satcoms partner to the “5-Eyes” nations (USA, UK, Canada, Australia, & New Zealand). The company is also trusted by over 80 other Governments around the world to provide secure, mission critical connectivity services. www.inmarsat.com/government intelsat General Communications, llC (iGC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Intelsat, operator of the world’s first Globalized Network. IGC provides its government and commercial customers with high-quality, cost-effective, communications solutions via Intelsat’s leading satellite backbone and terrestrial infrastructure. Our customers rely on IGC to provide secure and seamless broadband connectivity, video communications, and mobility services for mission- critical operations anywhere on the globe through our open, inter-operable architecture. www.intelsatgeneral.com Kratos helps ensure customers are “Ready for What’s Next” in the rapidly changing satellite industry by improving operational efficiencies and managing the complexities across the ground. From RF interference mitigation and cancellation, end-to-end network management, signal processing, to command & control, Kratos products and services are used by more than 80 percent of the world’s satellite operators and 90 percent of U.S.-based space missions. Kratos develops, integrates and sustains technology ensuring space communications superiority. www.kratosrtlogic.com l3Harris technologies is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission- critical needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies across air, land, sea, space and cyber domains. L3Harris has approximately $17 billion in annual revenue, 50,000 employees and customers in 130 countries. www.l3harris.com laser Communications Coalition (lCC) - Formed to accelerate the deployment of space-based laser communications. The LCC offers warfighters highly directional (covert, secure, anti-jam) communications that are low risk and affordable. Northrop Grumman, LCC lead company, provides the innovative ESPAStar satellite platform, General Atomics provides the Airborne Laser Communications Terminal and the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, MQ-9 Reaper / Predator B, and TESAT Spacecom brings the Space-based Laser Communications Terminal, known as the LCT-135. www.northropgrumman.com Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 100,000 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 (now St Engineering iDirect) supports different applications and network configurations in the civil, government and defense market place. The understanding of your application in combination with our satellite communication products leads to reliable, cost-effective and bandwidth-efficient solutions. Every government and defense application and project brings new challenges and specific needs. By being close to the customer we provide the best solution fit in terms of technology and products. A perquisite for us is to make every project a success and assure mission-critical communications over satellite at all times. www.newtec.eu SPoNSoRS 8 GolD SPoNSoR airbus are world leaders in providing global fixed and mobile secure communication services to governments, militaries and security forces. Indeed, as the world’s number one private-sector military 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 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.satcom-airbusds.com lEaD SPoNSoR SES Secure Managed Network Services for Governments and Institutions as part of the SES Group, SES Networks has the global support and infrastructure to empower governments around the world to meet increasingly sophisticated, high-performance, secure communications requirements. SES Networks offers end-to-end managed network and application services for defense and security, as well as for humanitarian and disaster response operations. Powered by industry’s only multi-orbit, multi-band fleet, combining Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) and Geostationary (GEO) satellites, SES Networks enables governments and institutions to carry out missions and establish critical communications anywhere in the world, even in the most remote locations. Through its Global Government division and dedicated affiliates, SES Networks delivers a full suite of managed network services for terrestrial, maritime and airborne missions, tailoring solutions for border control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), civil protection and disaster response, e-government applications, and much more. Further details available at www.ses.com/networks/government Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SilvER SPoNSoR Eutelsat is one of the world’s leading and most experienced satellite operators. With a global fleet of satellites and ground infrastructure, Eutelsat enables clients from Video, Data, Government, Fixed and Mobile Broadband markets to connect their customers, irrespective of their location. 7,000 television channels operated by leading media groups are broadcast by Eutelsat to one billion viewers equipped for DTH reception or connected to terrestrial networks. Headquartered in Paris, with offices and teleports around the globe, Eutelsat’s workforce of 1,000 men and women from 46 countries are dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service. For more about Eutelsat go to www.eutelsat.com
  • 9. Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, space, strike, and logistics and modernization to customers worldwide. Please visit news.northropgrumman.com and follow us on Twitter, @NGCNews, for more information. www.northropgrumman.com oneWeb’s global communications network will deliver the levels of reliable and secure throughput that government applications require. It’s high-speed, low latency creates new use cases that will enhance decision-making and security to connect those who protect at the tactical edge. These include breakthroughs in the commercial mobile communications sector such as increased GPS capability, improved persistent FMV (Full-Motion video) relay for unmanned aircraft systems, and increased reliance on mobile adhoc networks. OneWeb’s global network also creates new solutions for civil government applications such as border forces, maritime security, disaster management and recovery, and government-funded non-profit social initiatives in areas such as education. www.oneweb.world Raytheon Company is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration, C5I™ products and services, sensing, effects, and mission support for customers in more than 80 countries. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. Follow us on Twitter. www.Raytheon.com SES Government Solutions, a subsidiary of global satellite operator SES, is exclusively focused on meeting the satellite communications needs of the U.S. Government. Leveraging more than four decades of experience in the government SATCOM market, SES Government Solutions offers robust and secure end-to-end satellite communications solutions. www.ses-gs.com telesat provides reliable, secure communications solutions worldwide via its GEO satellite fleet. In 2022, Telesat’s LEO architecture will bring a combination of high-speed, resiliency, low latency and disruptive economics for government connectivity. Whether on land, at sea, or in the air, Telesat LEO is your partner for mission success. www.telesat.com thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets. With 64,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €14.9 billion in 2016. With over 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its unique international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world. Thales is a leading global supplier of secure end-to-end satellite communication solutions for land, air and naval forces, using civilian and military satellites. The company is prime contractor and responsible for implementation of France’s Syracuse III ground segment and networks. The company is also in charge of convergence of the Astride/Syracuse theatre networks and is prime contractor for the Venus On the Move French VAB light armoured vehicles for the French armed forces. Since 2001, Thales Alenia Space has supplied 15 military or dual-use satellites to armed forces in France, Italy, Germany, Brazil and the Middle East. Thales’s System 21 multi-waveform satcom transmission system offers anti-jam capability, complies with NATO standards and is deployed in France and other NATO member countries. www.thalesgroup.com At viasat, we’re driven to connect every warfighter, platform, and node in the battlespace. As a global communications company, we power millions of fast, resilient connections for military forces around the world – connections with the capacity to transform the mission – in the air, on the ground, and at sea. Our customers depend on us for connectivity that counts, whether we’re securing the U.S. Government’s networks, delivering satellite and wireless communications to the remote edges of the battlespace, or providing senior leaders with the ability to perform mission-critical communications while in flight. We’re driven to redefine connectivity for the battlespace. www.viasat.com 25 years of experience in integrated communications and information technology makes DataPath a market leader in trusted communications systems, services and end-to-end solutions for mission critical operations. DataPath distinguishes itself in the global marketplace by bringing true economic value to the bottom line through ‘total solutions offerings for each requirement, ensuring all program elements – products, systems and support – are factored in to drive success through on-time, on-budget deliveries to customers. www.datapath.com Hytec inter provides solutions for streaming live video over bandwidth constrained networks. Powered by our unique video codec HEVC-ULC, we make it possible to deliver critical video feeds stably over Tactical IP radio, 3G/LTE or satellite links. Our solutions have been developed for applications in defence, disaster relief, SAR and border control. www.hytec.co.jp/english St Engineering iDirect is a global leader in IP-based satellite communications providing technology and solutions that enable partners to optimize networks, differentiate services and expand businesses. Our product portfolio, branded as iDirect, combines innovative technology and solutions to support all networking requirements for bandwidth, location, satellite frequency, topology or application. www.idirect.net inster designs and manufactures reliable SATCOM equipment for military satellite communications where the mobility and portability are the key factors: • High efficiency Low profile SOTM and Manpack Terminals based in phase array technology. • Highly Portable Tactical Satcom Terminals with rapid and accurate auto-acquisition in backpack and single case configurations. www.inster.es isotropic Systems is developing the world’s first multi-service, high-bandwidth, low power, fully integrated range of high throughput terminals designed to support the satellite industry to ‘reach beyond’ traditional markets. www.isotropicsystems.com Marlink is the world’s leading provider of satellite communications, serving European and international militaries and government institutions. We keep remote operations connected with customised, multi-band satellite solutions seamlessly integrated with terrestrial technologies to deliver near 100% service availability. We complement this with advanced tracking and security solutions, welfare communications, telemedicine solutions and unique value-added services for efficient operations. www.marlink.com Media broadcast Satellite (MbS) is a communication solutions provider & integrator and operator of Germany’s largest teleport. Since the 1970s, MBS has provided dedicated services to government and enterprise users via its extensive and fully owned teleport facility. With up to 135 active antennas and a 24/7 manned Network Operations Center (NOC), MBS enables connectivity in government use frequency bands (X-band & MIL Ka-band) as well as commercial bands (C-, Ku- and Ka-Band). www.mb-satellite.com Paradigm makes satcom simple with our military field-proven, PIM®-enabled solutions. Just add power to our MANTA and MANTA+ terminals for straight- out-of-the-box comms-on-the-move and comms-on-the-pause over satellite, Wi-Fi and 3G/4G/5G mobile networks. Our rugged, multiband SWARM® and HORNET-NG manpack terminals provide high speed satcoms with rapid deployment. www.paracomm.co.uk PlaneWave instruments produces Off-The-Shelf, high-quality astronomy products of unprecedented value. In 2008, PlaneWave developed and championed the CDK (Corrected Dall-Kirkham) telescope, a revolutionary new optical system that was designed to excel at imaging on large format CCD cameras. These telescopes meet the demands of researchers, serious imagers and visual observers. The CDK is an excellent value for a telescope of featuring high quality and large apertures. Today, PlaneWave manufactures CDK telescopes from 12.5” to 1-meter in aperture. Not limited to optics, PlaneWave also makes a full line of observatory class direct drive telescope mounts. PlaneWave’s new groundbreaking L-Series Mounts have rocked the astronomy market through their high performance, low costs and pragmatic design. PlaneWave Instruments is a privately held company headquartered in Rancho Dominguez, CA. with a large manufacturing operation on Michigan. www.planewave.com ReQutech is a Sweden based antenna firm which has designed and produced antenna and waveguide systems since 2009. Our goal is to find the most suitable system based on our partners project requirements. We do readily team up with integrators and deliver full systems in a close partnership. The products are designed already at start with technical compliance, manufacturability and production setup in focus. Our latest products are the portable PICO75 and PICO120 carbon fiber terminals designed for X, Ku and Ka band, as well as, our communication on the Move system for Ku or Ka band operation. www.requtech.com the SCiSYS Group is a leading provider of Space and Defence software and IT services. We work with national governments, Armed Forces and across the supply chain to develop robust, real-world software solutions and services that create an operational advantage. www.scisys.co.uk Skyrora are a launch vehicle development company based in Edinburgh, Scotland. We aim to cater for the growing demand to send small satellites into space. We use a combination of proven technology, inspired by Black Arrow and Skylark, alongside advanced manufacturing to create cost-effective vehicles that will launch from the UK. We are currently working through a sub-orbital test programme whilst conducting engine testing for our orbital vehicle. www.skyrora.com Spectra Group is a leading global provider of Tactical and Strategic mission-critical Communications systems and winner of Queen’s Award for Enterprise for SlingShot, a “battle-winning” capability. SlingShot extends the range of tactical radios over 1000s km, enabling interoperability between Coalition and Inter-Agency personnel in all environments. SlingShot: redefining tactical communications. https://tacs.at/GMSC19 teledyne Paradise Datacom, part of the Teledyne Defense Electronics Group, provides the satcom industry with a broad portfolio of modems, SSPAs and other amplifiers, and related products. Flagship products include unique indoor/outdoor SSPA systems like PowerMAX, and the “Q” series software- defined modem line, the most versatile modems in the industry. www.teledyneparadisedatacom.com US air Force The Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) Systems Directorate is a US Government organization in Space and Missiles Center, Air Force Space Command whose mission is to develop, acquire, deploy, and sustain space-enabled, affordable, global communications in support of national objectives. To fulfill these objectives, MILSATCOM has and forms International Partnerships across the SATCOM spectrum. www.losangeles.af.mil XtaR, llC is a privately owned satellite operator delivering X-band services to U.S. and Allied government users. XTAR’s two satellite payloads, with high- powered global, fixed and steerable spot beams, are WGS-compatible and readily support mobile applications in the harshest environments. Available coverage is from Denver east to Singapore. www.xtar.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 SPoNSoRSHiP aND EXHibitioN oPPoRtUNitiES Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their business at Global MilSatCom please call: alia Malick, Director, on +44 (0)20 7827 6168 or email amalick@smi-online.co.uk ®
  • 10. Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • Directly engage with military representatives from around the world • Participate in dedicated Question & Answer sessions and get the opportunity to get your queries and opinions across to the people who matter • Visit the exhibition area to meet with your industry peers and assess the latest technologies and services on offer • Discuss key topics from the conference during our networking sessions and lunch breaks • Foster new working relationships at our networking receptions on day one and day two • Two invitation-only dinners before the conference and at the end of day one TUESDAY 5TH NOVEMBER | 18.50 - 20.15 Networking Reception This year’s reception will be held in the Taj Hotel St James, Edwardian Suites One and Two and will be hosted by SES Networks at the end of the conference on day one. WEDNESDAY 6TH NOVEMBER | 19.00 - 21.00 Networking Reception Airbus and SMi Group are delighted to invite you to a historic and cultural evening reception on Wednesday 7th November at London’s Science Museum. Networking Opportunities 10 Directly engage with military This year’s reception will be held in the Taj Hotel St James, Edwardian Suites One and Two and will be hosted by SES Networks at the end of the conference on day one. MONDAY 4TH NOVEMBER | 19.00 - 21.00 Pre-Conference Gala Dinner 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. INVITATION ONLY TUESDAY 5TH NOVEMBER | 20.30 - 22.00 Evening Dinner Eutelsat will be hosting an evening dinner at the end of day one. This event will be hosted in The Quilon Restaurant at the Taj Hotel St James and is invitation only. INVITATION ONLY
  • 11. 11 Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 11 550+ attendees in 2018! organisations that attended include: • Actia Telecom • Advantech Wireless • Aicox Solutions • Airbus • Airbus OneWeb • AQYR • Ariane Space • Arralis Technologies • Astronics AeroSat • ATOS • Australian DoD • Avanti Communications • Baader Planetarium GMBH • BAE Systems • Boeing • Brazilian Air Force • Brazilian Army • Brazilian Navy • British Army • Canadian Armed Forces • CGI • CNES • Clyde Space • COMSAT • Comtech • CPI SATCOM • Czech MoD • DARPA • DataPath • DISA • DGA • DLR • Dstl • Effective Space Solutions • EM solutions • Equatorial Space Industries • ETL Systems • ETRI • EU Commission • EU Military Staff • Euroconsult • European Defence Agency • European Space Agency • Eutelsat • Everis Aerospace & Defense • ExoAnalytic Solutions • Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command • Finnish Defence Forces • FMV • French Joint Space Command • GDTA • General Atomics • Gilat Satellite Networks • Global Military Communications • Global VSAT Forum • Globecomm • GovSat • GRC Ltd • Harris Corportation • Hisdesat • Hughes • Hytec Inter • iDirect Europe • IHS Jane’s • Inmarsat • Inster • Integrasys • Intelsat • IRIDIUM • Italian Army • Italian DoD • Japanese Self Defence Forces • KBR • KDDI Corportation • Keysight Technologies • Kratos • L3 • Leonardo DRS • LinQuest • Lockheed Martin • Luxembourg MoD • Marlink • MCC Corportation • Media Broadcast Satellite • Metracom • Mission Microwave • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries • NATO ACT • NATO NCI Agency • NATO HQ • NATO SOCOM • Nbsatcom • NEC Corporation • New Zealand Defence Force • Newtec • Nigerian Defence Space Administration • Northern Sky Research (NSR) • Northern Space & Security Ltd • Northrop Grumman • NovelSat • NRO • NSSLGlobal • NTT Communications Corporation • OHB System AG • Omnispace • Open Cosmos • ORBIT Communication Systems • Orbital ATK • Paradigm Communication Systems • Peraton • Phasor Solutions • PlaneWave Instruments • Polish Armed Forces • PwC • Quatreus • Raytheon • Redu Space Services • ReNeuron Ltd • Republic of Korea Armed Forces • RHEA Group • Rockwell Collins • Royal Navy • Royal Australian Air Force • Royal Navy • Royal Saudi Navy Forces • S&A Professional Services, LLC • Saab • Santander Teleport • SatADSL • Satcom Solutions Global • SatCube • Satellite Evolution Group • Satmagazine • SciSys • Serco • SES Networks • Shetland Space Centre • Sky Perfect JSAT Corporation • Skyrora • SpaceNews • Spanish MoD • Spire Global • SRT Wireless • Stellar Solutions Aerospace • STS Defence • SurCom International • Swedish Armed Forces • Teledyne Microwave Solutions • Telesat • Telespazio • Terrasat Communications • Tesat Spacecom • Thales Alenia • Thales • The Aerospace Corporation • The Avascent Group • The Genus Group • The Traville Group • US Air Force • US Air Force – SMC • US Army • US DoD • US Marine Corps • US Navy - NRL • US SOCOM • UK MoD - DfiT • UK MoD – JFC • UK MoD – ISS • UK Space Agency • Ukrainian MoD • Ultisat • Ultra Electronics • US Army • University of Exeter • Velos • Vertex Estonia • Viasat • XTAR • Yahsat • Zodiac Data Systems And many more... oFFiCial EvENt MEDia PaRtNERS KEY MEDia PaRtNERS
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