- Location London, England, United Kingdom
- Date 01-02-2023 - 02-02-2023
With rapid technological advances constantly changing the way maritime forces need to utilise and manage ISR capabilities across domains, Maritime and Littoral Reconnaissance and Surveillance systems and platforms have become a critical component of naval capability.
As we remain the only conference with a strategic focus on Maritime ISR, SAE Media Group's conference will bring together the widest range of expert nations ever to discuss key operational and technological challenges facing navies and other maritime organisations, as they resolve to monitor the sea and protect their borders.
There will be a Maritime equipment exhibition showcasing the latest technology paired with briefings from important personnel including senior officers and military leaders from all around the globe.
Platforms and topics discussed will include Space based ISR, Airborne Platforms and Operations, C4ISTAR, Unmanned Maritime Systems, Hydrographic platforms and many more.
Who Should Attend: Aerovironment; Armada International and Asian Military Review; Babcock International ; Belgian Navy ; Boeing; Canadian Armed Forces; CJOS COE; Commando Helicopter Force; C-SIGMA; e-BO Enterprises; Embassy of Brazil; European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA); General Atomics Aeronautical Systems UK; High Commission Of Malaysia; Hisdesat Strategic Services, Inc.; Honeywell; Horizon Technologies ; Italian Navy; Italian Navy General Staff; Joint Forces Command ; JTEPS (COM FOST); Kongsberg Satellite Services AS; Maxar; MDA; NATO; NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) ; NATO HQ MARCOM; Northrop Grumman; Office of Naval Research Global; Polish Navy; Royal Australian Navy; Royal Navy; Royal Navy Office of Chief Technology Officer; Royal Swedish Navy; Spanish Ministry of Defence - National Armament Directorate; Systems Engineering and Assessments Limited; Tekever Ltd; Teledyne Defence and Space; TNO; U.S. Navy; UKSC; Ultra Electronic; United Arab Emirates Embassy-The Military Attache's Office; University of Edinburgh; US Navy; USMC; Vake As; Venlandon ltd; ViaSat Communications Inc; Viasat UK; Windward
General Admission Standard Price: GBP 1999.00,
General Admission Earlybird: Register by 31 October 2022: GBP 1599.00,
General Admission Earlybird: Register by 30 November 2022: GBP 1799.00,
General Admission Earlybird: Register by 16 December 2022: GBP 1899.00,
Active Military/ Government Personnel Standard Price: GBP 899.00,
Earlybird Active Military/ Government Personnel Rate: Register by 31 October 2022: GBP 499.00,
Earlybird Active Military/ Government Personnel Rate: Register by 30 November 2022: GBP 699.00,
Earlybird Active Military/ Government Personnel Rate: Register by 16 December 2022: GBP 799.00
Speakers: Bryan Hager, Commodore, Commander, Task Force SIX SEVEN, Capitaine De Fregate Johan Eidesheim, Commandant, CENTEX PATSIMAR, French Navy, Captain Andy Berner, XO, Office of Naval Research Global, US Navy, Captain Jon O'connor, Deputy Associate Director for Enterprise, NGA, Captain Stuart Irwin, Commanding Officer RNAS Culdrose, Royal Navy, Commander David Berry, IW and C5ISR - Develop Directorate, Royal Navy, Commander Paul Hornsby, Operational Requirements Sponsor, Autonomous Warfare, Royal Australian Navy, Commodore Jason Armstrong, Director General Naval Force Development, Canadian Armed Forces, Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA, Jeffrey Brewer, US co-director, NavalX London Tech Bridge, Jennifer Cooke, Aviation Innovation and Future Technology Lead, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Pruitt, Flying Squadron Commander, NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Force, Imagery Branch, ISR Sqn, Lieutenant Colonel Keith Fugger, Commanding Officer 415 Long Range Patrol Force Development Squadron, 14 Wing, Royal Canadian Air Force, Lieutenant Commander Martin Howard, Commanding Officer, Royal Navy, Rear Admiral (Ret'd) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, Royal Navy, Rear Admiral Krzysztof Jaworski, Commander of the Maritime Operations Center, Polish Navy