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MAST Americas 2010 sales brochure

  1. 1. MAST Americas 2010 Sales brochure Global Conference and Trade-show Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington DC, USA Tuesday 22nd to Thursday 24th June 2010 MAST Americas 2010 Sales brochure Meet the maritime security and defence leaders, directing future capabilities, concepts and technology development Co-sponsors Diamond industry patron
  2. 2. Washington DC’s first maritime security and defence event that meets all your global information and marketing needs… “Excellent networking. Met key new contacts. Good exposure to leading technology” Commodore Bob Mansergh, Deputy Director Combined Joint Operations from the Sea Centre of Excellence, USA “As a direct result of international cooperation “MAST hits the spot exactly. The event fills and collaboration enabled by MAST, the US and a critical gap in the Maritime Defence and France have jointly developed technologies that Security Trade Show and Conference improve information exchange capability” market across a Global perspective, and William Ormsby, Warfare Systems Engineer, promises much for the future" Naval Surface Warfare Center, NAVSEA, USA Admiral Sir Ian Forbes KCB CBE Ex-Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, NATO “We got a better understanding of the international maritime domain awareness community” “We see MAST as the venue for information Peter Smith, Director International Maritime exchange on current global maritime and Domain Awareness Programs, Raytheon, USA security research and issues” Rear-Admiral François-Régis Martin-Lauzer, Director, NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy “I met new people and learned about new technologies, policies and strategies” Commander Graeme Rogers Director, Major projects, Maritime HQ, Royal Australian Navy, Australia “MAST introduced us to a major Thai contact that we have been trying to meet for ages” John Miele Director of Sales, MiCAD Marine, USA
  3. 3. The MAST Americas Concept The foremost international maritime conference and exposition where global leaders gather to share maritime security concepts, capabilities, and enabling technologies MAST Americas 2010 will be the first conference and exposition in the renowned MAST event series to take place in the Washington DC, USA area and is proudly co-sponsored by the US Navy (via NAVSEA/NUWC). MAST events unite the major shareholders of global maritime security and defense to discuss and debate future maritime capability requirements and concepts, and explore the full range of future (and state-of-the-art) enabling technologies. MAST Americas is organized by a distinguished committee of respected decision-makers from government, industry and R&D/academia. MAST Americas will deliver a much needed bi-ennial North American event at which: 1) key security and defense issues are tackled by the authorities and innovators in surface, undersea and integrated systems environments; 2) operational leaders present users’ perspectives 3) enabling technologies are presented by international suppliers. MAST Americas will spotlight an unprecedented breadth of maritime security and defense topics and technology (from operational/policy-forming and technological standpoints), and engage an audience as diverse as now expected of the MAST brand.... ...The MAST-coined “three-tier audience” comprises decision- makers responsible for the formulation, development and implementation of policies, strategies and plans; and those who research, produce, evaluate, procure and the operators that deploy the game-changing technologies. The first bi-ennial MAST Americas conference and exposition will take place at The Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington, DC between Tuesday 22nd and Thursday 24th June 2010. Want to exhibit? Call Jackie Baron on +44 (0)1892 824418 or (0)7900 263557 E-mail: Want to present a paper? Call Warren Edge on +44 (0)1892 824418 or (0)7900 383306 E-mail:
  4. 4. MAST Participant profile Make and maintain contact with your top security and defence prospects Who you’ll meet at MAST Operators/ End-users Military Planners Target audience (% by geographic origin) Capability Directors/ Managers Senior Naval Officers North Naval/ Defence Attachés America Europe Ambassadors 30 Chief/ Senior Scientists Naval Architects 25 Engineers Researchers Developers 20 South Procurement Executives America Technical Specifiers 15 Asia- Senior Industry Executives Canada Pacific 10 MAST Americas is open to all bona fide maritime security and defense representatives including: Active Duty, Reserve and MENA 5 Retired US Military, Civilian Federal Employees, and Members of Congress and their staff. 0 Examples of past participants Admiral of the Fleet Defence Attaché Engineering Manager Offshore Oilfield Security Officer - Spanish Navy, Spain - Australian Embassy, (Australia) - ADS, South Africa - Critical Infrastructure Authority, UAE Ambassador of Finland Deputy Director Force Systems Manager Port Security Manager - Embassy of Finland, (Finland) - Combined Joint Operations from - Ministry of Defence/DGA, France - Rotterdam Harbour, The Netherlands the Sea Centre of Excellence, USA Associate Director C4ISR & IT General Manager Principal Scientist - Office of Naval Research (ONR), USA Deputy Supreme Allied Commander - Emirates Gateway Security, UAE - Naval Systems - Dstl, UK (Transformation) - NATO, Belgium Chief of Staff Head - Missile Systems Project Leader, Frigate F125 - Italian Navy, Italy Director of Equipment Capabilities - MBDA, France - Ministry of Defence/BWB, Germany - AWE, DEC, Ministry of Defence, UK Chief of Staff Head - Naval Underwater Warfare Centre Program Director - Underwater Warfare - Royal Thai Navy, Thailand Director - Harbour Master’s Office - Republic of Singapore Navy, - DSO, Singapore & Coast Guard - Genoa Harbour, Italy Singapore Chief of Staff - Swedish Navy, Sweden Secretary General Defence Director of Major Projects Head of New Constructions - Ministry of Defence, Italy Chief of Staff (Capabilities) - Royal Australian Navy, Australia - Italian Navy, Italy - Royal Navy, UK Senior Officer - Armaments Director - Naval Ship Engineering Center Lead Software Engineer - European Defence Agency, Belgium Chief of Staff (Plans) - ROK Navy, Korea - Milsoft AS, Turkey - Spanish Navy, Spain Senior Scientist - FOI, Sweden Director International Cooperation Naval Adviser Comm Systems Engineer - - R&D Marine Technology Centre - High Commission of India, (India) Staff Officer - Industry Government of Canada, Canada (CTM), Poland Defence Material Organization, Naval Attaché The Netherlands Counselor - Naval Strategic Center Director Strategic Planning & Dev’t - Russian Embassy, (Russia) - Argentinean Navy, Argentina - FMV, Sweden Under Sec. Science and Technology - Dep’t of Homeland Security, USA
  5. 5. Event overview First in class, first for content, first for contact Comprehensive Conference Content The inaugural, bi-ennial MAST Americas conference will be the first US-based international forum where senior level operations, policy and technical leaders (e.g. Flag and General officers, and civilian equivalents) exchange perspectives on future capabilities and concepts requirements, with the global maritime - surface, undersea, and integrated systems - security and defence community. MAST Americas 2010 will feature keynote addresses (including already invited Admiral Gary Roughead, Chief of Naval Operations, USN) plenary sessions and parallel sessions presenting operational and technical discussions on MAST’s established themes/topics: Maritime Security, Operations & Capabilities, Platforms, Systems, Technologies. MAST Americas will unite an eclectic gathering of end-users, capability managers, military planners; to procurement executives and attaches; to scientists and engineers at these sessions, creating far reaching debates (and decisions) on the core enabling technologies. Fully inclusive International Exposition MAST’s unique audience profile makes it the ideal event for government labs, research organizations and commercial organizations alike to spotlight their widest range of maritime (surface, undersea and integrated systems) platforms, systems, products, components and services. If you need to meet key international end-users, developers, evaluators and purchasers of security and defense technologies, there is no better event in 2010 to take a booth than MAST Americas 2010 exposition. The exposition hall is the location of refreshments and lunches for delegates (in the adjacent seminar rooms) and is open free-of- charge to all bona fide international maritime security and defence representatives. Exhibitors will meet both “MAST regulars” as well as an percentage of representatives from North America, South America, and Canada, (and MENA, Asia- Pacific regions). Who should exhibit? Any organization (commercial/ government/ academic/ other) that Free Social Functions researches/develops, manufactures, or supplies maritime security/ Social functions are an integral part of any MAST event - helping defence platforms, systems, products and services relating to: you network with your broadest spectrum of global colleagues, contacts and counterparts - and MAST America is no exception... 1) Maritime Security - Force protection; Coastal/ Harbour surveillance; Blue waters; Highlights of the week’s calendar will include the MAST Supper 2) Mission Systems - Mono-platform Systems (Combat Party and daily Happy Hours all excellent, free-of-charge and systems, CMS, Ship management systems, etc); Multi- informal gatherings that guarantee you great food, drink, music, platform Systems (NCW/NEC, integration of Autonomous and of course, networking. Vehicles - USVs, UUVs, UAVs); 3) Sensors & Weapons - Radars, optronics, electronic Business Networking warfare; C4ISR, Communications; Weapons: Missiles (Sea- Part of MAST’s philosophy is to get all participants working together, based ballistic and cruise), guns, high energy lasers, etc; not just at the event itself, but on the remaining 362 days of the year. Countermeasures; 4) N.E.C.; Therefore, regardless of your registration status for the event 5) Platform Design - Ship (surface and undersea), boat (e.g. itself, you can use the MAST Contact exchange ‘social OPV’s) and autonomous vehicles (e.g. USV’s, UUV’s UAV’s) networking’ site (create your user profile and preferences and start design; Propulsion and Energy sources; New concepts. making contact with the 10,000 strong MAST Community).
  6. 6. NUWC Diamond industry sponsor MAST Americas 2010 floor-plan Lockheed Martin MiCad Marine Booth/space rates in £/metre2 (Standsareavailable invariousareas/sizes. Multiple Examples of past MAST exhibitors areascan becombined to make largerstands) ALFA Photonics, AMETEK SCP, Atlas Elektronik GmbH, Avio Space only (for exhibitors with self-build stands) SpA, Calzoni SpA, DCNS, ECA, ECA SINDEL, Electronavale, £321/m2 Elettronica SpA, Fincantieri, Finmeccanica, Galileo Avionica, Shell scheme package (includes carpet, hard GEM Elettronica, Graphics Research Corporation, HTI Srl, panel walls, and fascia board) Hydro Group plc, IDS Ingeneria Dei Sistemi SpA, IEEE OES, £333/m2 IXSEA, Indra, Italian Navy, Jane's Strategic Advisory Services, Innovation Zone (exclusively available to Kollmorgen electro-Optical, Kongsberg Maritime A/S, L3 academic institutions, SME’s and start ups. Communications ELAC Nautik, L-3 Communications Ocean Includes: 3mx2m shell scheme, one coffee Systems, LEONI Special Cables GmbH, Lockheed Martin MS2, table, two chairs, fascia board, and cleaning) Sponsorships MBDA, Micad Marine, Monch Publishing Group, Mott Fixed price of £1,500 MAST eNews: The regular electronic newsletter sent to 10,000 MAST Community members, MacDonald, NATO Undersea Research Centre (NURC), NAVAIR, keeping them informed of important industry news and key event developments. Sponsored eNews include one news story (150 words), two photos and logo(s). Deliver your message Naval Surface Warfare Centre, Naval Undersea Warfare Centre, direct to your customers’ desktops; Delegate bag/pen: MAST’s high quality delegate bags and pens are given to all MAST Space/sponsorships are limited and will be Northrop Grumman, OCCAR, Orizzonte Sistemi Navali, allocated on strictly first-come, first-served basis. delegates and are used long after the show closes. Prismtech, Raytheon, ROXTEC Italia Srl, RTI (Real Time Social functions: Exclusive invitation-only functions include the Admiral’s dinner/buffet (on To reserve stand-space (or sponsorship, show guide the eve of the show) and the VIP lunch (on the first day), giving you the opportunity ‘play host’ Innovation), Selex Sistemi Integrati, Servowatch, Soliani EMC to MAST’s most senior-level participants; Delegate coffee breaks: Refreshments are provided free-of-charge to all conference advertising) for MAST Americas, please contact Srl, Sonardyne International Ltd, Spanish Space R&D&I, Jackie Baron (Email delegates during conference breaks - make sure your company name is the first on their lips!; Systematic Software Engineering Ltd, Teledyne R&D Delegate lunches: The most important refreshment break of each conference day. Phone: +44 (0)1892 824418/ Fax: +44 (0)1892 824455/ Complimentary lunches are provided to all MAST delegates; Instruments, Teledyne TSS, Thales Group, TNO Defence, Happy hours: Free drinks provided to everyone in the trade-show halls each afternoon, time to unwind with your best prospects. NB: All sponsorship prices are fully inclusive of tax. Mobile: +44 (0)7900 263557) Security & Safety, Whitehead Alenia Sistemi Subacquei (WASS).
  7. 7. Sponsorship packages Why sponsor MAST? MAST’s organiser is committed to exceeding the value expectations of all participants, whatever their status or level of ‘investment’ in the event. No aspect of this challenge is greater than ensuring substantial ROI from the exposition to MAST’s wide-range of exhibitors, with distinct and diverse needs (start-ups/innovators/SME’s, R&D/academic institutions, government labs, associations, media and of course the major defence and security manufacturers and suppliers). Therefore, every MAST marketing campaign aims to be both extensive (the value of the “marketing mix” spend totals approximately half a Happy hours million dollars/annum) and inclusive (showcasing the broad scope of all exhibitors’ and authors’ activities as extensively as possible). As MAST moves from country-to-country, the host nation’s navy/ministry of defence, government and civil security agencies spotlight its core capabilities, policies, and plans within MAST’s established overarching theme: “Global maritime cooperation for security and defence”. This creates the perfect promotional platform for commercial organisations to showcase future and state- of-the-art platforms, systems, products and services. Sponsorships offer organisations highly visible association with the values and intentions of MAST, its endorsing agencies, VIP luncheon Delegate bag partners and industry sectors at every promotional stage prior to the event, and most prominently at the event itself. Ideal for corporate level marketing (capitalising upon the far more prominent promotion it affords companies), sponsorships are equally effectively used to promote specific divisions, product ranges and/or services. With an increasing number of cross-border program, sponsors need not be indigenous (Thales Group, “Diamond” sponsor of MAST 2006 in their home of France, also secured “Silver” sponsor status for both MAST 2007 and MAST 2008 events) however a closer alignment with the endorsing agency/agencies, increases Executive lounge Lanyard/ badge the value of any sponsorship package exponentially. Sponsorship packages Gold Industry Sponsors (Two only) Five delegate places 36m2 space only stand One A4/45 flyer insert in the delegate bag Diamond Industry Sponsor (One only) 20% discount on further space required. Sole sponsorship of Three MAST enews’ 48m2 space only stand 15 delegate places “Silver industry sponsor” accredited logo(s) on: *** *** 25% discount on further space required One full page, four colour ad in show guide Website; Advertising; Trade-show prospectus; Call *** 20 VIP delegate places One A4/45 flyer insert in the delegate bag for papers; Event preview; Conference programme; *** *** One double page ad in the official show guide Sole sponsorship of Show guide; On-site signage (internal and external) *** 10 passes for MAST Executive club (VIP) lounge Lanyard or badge (first come, first choice) Package price: £31K *** Sole sponsorship of: One happy hour *** Official website Three MAST enews LD SO Bronze (unlimited) VIP lunch “Gold industry sponsor” accredited logo(s) on: 12m2 space only stand Delegate coffee breaks (three days) Website; Advertising; Trade-show prospectus; Call 15% discount on further space required DY EA VIP drinks reception for papers; Event preview; Conference programme; Three delegate places LR Delegate bag and pen Show guide; On-site signage (internal and external) Sole sponsorship of One MAST enews *A Five MAST enews Package price: £47K “Bronze industry sponsor” accredited logo(s) on: *** “Diamond industry sponsor” accredited logo(s) on: Website; Advertising; Trade-show prospectus; Call *** Website;Advertising;Expositionprospectus;Callforpapers; Silver Industry Sponsors (Three only) for papers; Event preview; Conference programme; *** *** Eventpreview;Conferenceprogramme;showguide;signage. 18m2 space only stand Show guide; On-site signage (internal and external) *** Package price: £85K 15% discount on further space required Package price: £17K *** *** ***
  8. 8. Making MAST Americas the critical component in your event marketing mix MAST This MAST eNews is b brought to you by: geopolitical threats current military developments Your first line of defence new weapon technology Click here for more information Interviews with senior leaders information on these For in nformation stories and all other es aspects of MAST 2007, cts click h here to visit the MAST web site T Jane’s Navy International national The global magazine of naval operations and technology ne gy Click here for more information Amphibious Fleet R Reviews & Maritime Security Operations and tions Warfare Force Structures Issues Training ng RTI and Saab Systems first to market with OMG/DDS ab t compliant Ad Bindings da Ada First time MAST exhibitor, RTI – Real -Time xhibitor, Real-Time Innovations – have integrated RTI Data e Distribution Service with an industry - ce industry- leading Ada compiler, GNAT Pro from ler, AdaCore Inc. Working closely with software engineers at h Saab Systems, RTI has developed the first Ada bindings to support middleware compliant port with the Data Distribution Service for Real- bution Real- Time Systems standard (DDS). For the first dard time, software developers can combine the unsurpassed messaging performance of RTI middleware, the lopers saging portability and interoperability provided by the DDS standard, a the powerful development environment operability and of AdaCore’s GNAT Pro to build high performance, fully standards-compliant distributed applications. ards standards-compliant RTI provides high-performance infrastructure solutions for the d high-pe erformance development, deployment and integration of real ti f l time, data-driven applications. RTI’s messaging, caching, C data driven d t -dri li tions. i hi g, Complex E l Event P t Processing (CEP) and i d visualization capabilities deliver dramatic improvements in latency, throughput and scalability while ities ncy, slashing cost of ownership. The company’s software and design expertise have been leveraged in a nership. gn broad range of industries including defense, intelligence, simulation, industrial control, transportation, stries ation, finance, medical and communications. Founded in 1991, RTI is privately held and headquartered in d s Santa Clara, California, USA. nia, For more information visit the RTI stand at MAST (G27), or the RTI website. ormation ), website . View the complete exhibitor list mplete p Last day for online registrations – today! ay! Today is the last full day during which you can register interactively to participate in the second ull eractively annual MAST. The organizers are t FIVE-FOLD ncrease pre-registrations thrilled to be able to report a FIVE-FOLD increase in pre -registrations on last year: “Most importantly, th diversity and seniority represented in the pre -registered participants’ profile has he the pre-registered surpassed our expectations,” stated MAST Business Director, W ctations,” Warren Edge. “Given a FULL THREE DAYS programme, a a considerable number of networking o and opportunities, participants will be able make contact with mmany of the most significant ‘players’ in the g global maritime security and defence community.” However you choose to register for MAST (delegate, visitor, etc), you should do so now at – either se c), register for the conference , or register for a trade -show only ticket . g nference conference, trade-show y ticket. Since launch, MAST has aimed at exceeding contact with each segment of MAST’s unique technical associations, MAST maximizes exhibitors’ expectations of both quantityand quality and diverse audience, in part by organizing exposure to their appropriate technical/ of marketing support that underpins each event. hospitality at the world’s larger regional scientific members, giving you exposure to maritime and defence marketing fairs. your widest possible customer base. MAST’s marketing team will work with you to tailor promotions that generate customer Advertising - publications Word-of-mouth contact specifically for you. Combining both paid and partner-sponsored MAST prides itself on the level of commitment advertising, MAST promotional messages have it receives from committee members, The MAST Americas 2010 marketing campaign a total value of around $300,000. Using all sponsors, partners, and contacts: All has already started – e.g. with e-News shots, major defence and security technical and trade committed to delivering the event that the and advertising - and will continue right up to press - e.g. Jane’s Defence Weekly, Jane’s Navy global defence and security community the opening day of the show itself. International; Naval Forces; International needs and using their own extensive networks Ocean Systems; RINA; IEEE publications; key to extensively market the MAST. Direct-to-desktop internal government/ industry publications/ MAST’s continuously cleaned and updated circulars - MAST exhibitors are assured of PR marketing database of 15,000 named broad international awarenesss of the event. As well as hostinng various hospitality events, individuals facilitates immediate, personalized MAST’s PR activities include press previews electronic promotions. These include sending Advertising – on-line and reviews, media interviews, and interactive visitor invitations, sales brochures, Complementing MAST’s printed media and distribution of the conference proceedings via call for papers, conference programme and, direct-to-desktop promotions, banner ads and academic institutions and on-line research most regularly, the MAST e-News shots to sponsorships on specialist security, maritime sources, to give maximum circulation of 9,000 ‘opted-in’ MAST Community members - and naval portals will be used. conference authors (often exhibitors) work. the ideal way for you to deliver time-critical announcements. Marketing research It’s your show - you call the shots By continually updating understanding of MAST’s organizers give ‘ownership’ of the Direct mail/inserts exhibitors’ and delegates’ event requirements event to its supporters and participants, in Key event developmental milestones, are (through on-line and on-site surveys, and face- order to deliver the precise event that serves supported with printed literature, distributed to-face meetings) MAST aims to innovate, and your needs. Exhibitors are encouraged to get to selected recipients such as the Trade-show evolve with its participants’ needs. Just five involved as early as possible: So as soon as you prospectus, Call for papers, Conference years into the event series, Marketing Research book your stand, you will start benefiting from Programme,Visitorinvitation,and Newsletters). remains a key driver for MAST development. MAST’s extensive marketing campaign. International exhibitions Associations Please e-mail marketing suggestions to: The MAST marketing/sales team reinforce Working closely with core professional and
  9. 9. Venue & Accommodation Put yourself at the heart of every MAST Americas networking event, every hour, every day As the venue for MAST Americas, The Hyatt speakers, VIPs, committee members, discussions and hospitality with key Regency will not only host the seminars and organisers, sponsors and partners will stay international maritime security and exposition, but importantly all official social before, during and after the three days of the event. defence leaders. functions (Admirals’ buffet, MAST Supper party, Happy hours, Delegate refreshment Stay at The Hyatt, and your bedroom will be To make the most of MAST americas and breaks, etc), exhibitor hospitality, and pre moments away from the symposium maximise your ROI for the event, staying at and post show ‘unofficial’/ad-hoc functions. rooms, exposition halls, all social The Hyatt is a must. functions and hospitality. You will find As the official MAST Americas hotel, The yourself immersed in the 24-hour MAST The MAST Americas reservations desk will be Hyatt is offering heavily discounted and Americas networking environment: open for a limited time from June 2009. See: government Per Diem room rates, and is engaged in chance meetings with key where all of MAST’s invited guests and prospects and arranging impromptu Office Of Naval Research (ONR) NAVSEA HQ & Washington Navy Yard (NCIS HQ) Defense Advanced Research National Oceanic & Atmospheric US Coast Guard HQ Projects Agency (DARPA) Administration (NOAA) The Pentagon National War The White House College Metro (Crystal City) Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Metro (Pentagon City) MAST Americas 2010 (Hyatt Regency Crystal City) Alsonearby: Naval SurfaceWarfareCenter-Dahlgren; Naval SurfaceWarfareCenter- Carderock; Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport; Washington Dulles International Airport; MountVernon; Capital Buildings Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Reagan National Airport 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway Arlington, Virginia, USA 22202 Tel: +1 703 418 1234 Fax: +1 703 418 1289
  10. 10. MAST Americas 2010 Conference Topics/Committee MAST Conference Topics - Uniquely focused, surface and undersea), and five topic areas (Maritime Security; unmatched level and value of information Operations and Capabilities; Platforms; Systems; Technologies). With an overarching ‘umbrella’ theme of “Global Maritime More information will feature in the Call for Papers (open October 2009). Cooperation” MAST conferences ‘cross-reference’ senior-level undersea, surface and integrated systems perspectives on maritime security and defence. The result is unparalleled forum that gives the Conference Committee - Meet the MASTers total perspective on future maritime capabilities, concepts and MAST’s global success and reputation to date, is founded firmly with enabling technologies for the major shareholders in the the team that guide and direct all MAST developments - the Technical international Conference Committee (TCC). maritime security Global Maritime Cooperation and defence The committee ensures that topics and content are pitched at the right level, Maritime security & defence domains: community. that papers have high information value, presentations are of the highest Integrated systems Surface Undersea Topics: Topics: Topics: standards, and that the world’s key contributors to maritime security and Conference papers defence policies, plans, and operations participate in each event - The Maritime Maritime Maritime are presented within MAST committee is your assurance that your best prospects will take part in Security Security Security multiple parallel the event, giving you every opportunity to present your solutions to them. Operations & Operations & Operations & Capabilities Capabilities Capabilities seminar streams, across three domains The committee meets regularly to: Set the themes and topics for the Platforms Platforms Platforms (integrated systems/ event; invite senior level presenters; solicit papers; adjudicate abstracts Systems Systems Systems Technologies Technologies Technologies system-of-systems, submitted via the call for papers, and direct overall development. Preliminary MAST Americas Technical Conference Committee (TCC) list (as @17/04/09) 2 MAST Americas Chairman Integrated Systems Captain Jan Dobkowski Bernard Myers Don McCormack Committee Chair Deputy Director, R&D Marine Adjunct Scientist, Office of Technical Director, Naval t.b.c. Technology Centre, Poland Naval Research (ONR), USA Undersea Warfare Center, USA Committee(s) Members Dr-Ing Hans-Dieter Ehrenberg Kevin Stone Founding member Rear-Admiral (ret.) Charles Beers Senior Manager - Business Vice President - Navy Programs, Jean-Luc Lambla Vice President - Maritime Development, ATLAS QinetiQ North America, USA Corporate Engineering Director, Systems, Lockheed Martin, USA Elektronik, Germany Thales Group, France Dr Dilbert (Ace) Summey Professor Rafael Bellido Dr Miles Libbey Technical Director, Naval Executive Advisors Professor, Universidad Politecnica Director - Advanced Solutions, Surface Warfare Center Admiral (ret.) Kate Paige de Cartagena, Universidad Lockheed Martin MS2, USA (Panama City), USA President, Mark India LLC, USA Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain Colonel NS Ng Seng Leong Timothy Troske Admiral (ret.) Ennio Piantini Rear-Admiral (ret.) Bertil Bjorkman Program Director - Underwater Technical Director - Port Director General Naval Armaments (Ex) Director - Produktion, Warfare Sensors Division, DSO Hueneme Division, Naval (ret.), Italian Navy, Italy FMV (Swedish Defence Materiel National Laboratories, Singapore Surface Warfare Center, USA Administration), Sweden Admiral (ret.) J. Guy Reynolds Fabrizio Martello Rear-Admiral Stephane Verwaerde President, Naval Submarine Jerry Bradshaw Senior Advisor Chief Operating Dep. Chief of Staff (Plans & League, USA Technical Director, Undersea Office, Finmeccanica, Italy Programmes), French Navy, France Technology, Raytheon, USA Dr John Sirmalis George Mcnamara Captain Bo Wallander Technical Director (ret.), Naval Alain Carof Chief Development Officer, Naval Director New Project Development, Undersea Warfare Center, USA Technical Director - Information Undersea Warfare Centre, USA SAAB Microwave, Sweden & Security Systems Division Surface Committee Chair (SIS), DCNS, France Thomas Meurling Patricia C. Woody Thierry Brizard Vice President - Solution Concepts, Department Head, Machinery Vice President - Research & Janis Cocking Reson Global Group, USA Research and Engineering - Technology, Thales Naval Chief - Maritime Platforms Division, Carderock Division, Naval Surface Systems, France Defence Science & Technology William Mildon Warfare Center, USA Organisation, Australia Vice President - Technology, Undersea Committee Chair Ametek SCP, USA Dr David Wyllie Dr Paul Lefebvre Rear-Admiral Jacques Cousquer Senior Advisor - Maritime Systems, Technical Director - Newport Head - Naval Systems & Architecture, Matt Miller AADI , Australia Division, Naval Undersea DGA/DET/ASN, France Director, Mine Defense Systems Warfare Center, USA ITT Corporation, USA
  11. 11. Information request form Please complete this form as fully as possible, and return (as below) By fax to: +44 (0)1892 824455 By e-mail to: By post to: MAST Americas secretariat, c/o MAST Events Ltd. 58 Maidstone Road, Pembury, Kent TN2 4DE, UK Your details: Name: I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II Position: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Company/Organisation: I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I Address: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I E-Mail: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Tel: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Fax: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Please tick all boxes that apply: I Call me regarding I E-mail me I Post to me I Fax me information on: I Exposition booths/sponsorships for MAST Americas 2010 I Exhibiting at MAST 2009 (October, Stockholm) or MAST 2010 (November, Rome) I Giving a presentation at the MAST Americas 2010 conference I Advertising in the MAST Americas 2010 Exposition guide I Attending MAST Americas 2010 as a conference delegate I Attending MAST Americas 2010 as an exposition visitor If you would like to suggest someone to be hosted by MAST as a VIP/guest/member of delegation, please add their details below: Name: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Position: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I Company/Organisation: II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I II I I I
  12. 12. Global Conferences and Exposition Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington DC, USA Tuesday 22nd to Thursday 24th June 2010 Technical sponsors Organized by MAST Events Ltd, organizer of: 4th Annual 5th Annual Global Conference and Trade-show Global Conference and Trade-show Kistamässan, Stockholm, Sweden Palazzo dei Congressi, Rome, Italy Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd October 2009 Tuesday 9th to Thursday 11th November 2010