12th Annual Military Space Situational Awareness
26 Apr 2017 to 27 Apr 2017
Location: London, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6138
Email: scargan [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
This year’s highly anticipated event will focus specifically on key situational awareness challenges in an increasingly contested, congested and competitive space.Delegates will hear innovative presentations by leading industry and military figures, working with active projects aiming to enhance Space Domain Awareness for the international community, on their current requirements and capabilities within the armed forces. Covering solutions for the future and how to develop ways in which projects and programs can produce better results.Key focuses:National updates on SSACommand and controlSpace weatherTraffic managementOptical and imaging sensorsBenefits of attending:Hear from new countries seeking to develop their space programmes such as Poland, Denmark, the Netherlands and many moreLearn from leading nations such as USA, UK, France, Germany and Canada, on how they continue to enhance space security through Space Domain Awareness technologiesDiscuss key topics that affect space situational awareness; from space-borne sensors to effective information management systemsGain a unique insight in to the challenges we face beyond our atmosphere and how the armed forces and industry are striving to overcome themRegister by:31st January to save £20028th February to save £100Register online at: www.military-space.com/milsystech
3rd annual Future Armoured Vehicles Central & Eastern Europe
15 May 2017 to 16 May 2017
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6068
Email: tchung [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
As Central and Eastern European nations continue to develop their land force mobility, fire support and protection, armoured vehicle remains a vital capability area for development. Future Armoured Vehicles Central & Eastern Europe returns once more this spring to proactively discuss the key challenges and opportunities surrounding the combat vehicle.With the aim to provide a bridge between the end users’ needs, procurement and the solution provider, the conference is the perfect platform to facilitate collaboration between the key stakeholders, as well as to gain insight into the very latest active requirements and emerging technology.
7th annual MilSatCom Asia Pacific
15 May 2017 to 16 May 2017
Location: Singapore
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6068
Email: tchung [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
As space is becoming more congested, contested and competitive, it is critical to look at how SatCom is utilised to gain the upper hand in the frontier that is crucial for future combat. By bringing you latest updates from regional experts such as The Republic of Korea Armed Forces, US Air Force, Indian Armed Forces, Indonesian MoD, New Zealand Defence Force and Canada Maritime Forces Pacific Headquarters among others, as well as key industry vendors such as Hughes Network Systems, this year's conference will equip you with the tools to enhance your SatCom capabilities for effective military communications.
NCT Asia Pacific 2017
16 May 2017 to 18 May 2017
Location: Location: Imperial Palace, Seoul
Tel: +31 71 744 0174
Email: eventsteam [at] ib-consultancy [dot] com
NCT Asia Pacific is coming back to Seoul for it’s second edition! Taking place in Seoul from May 16-18 2017 at the Imperial Palace, the event will kick-start with a live capability demonstration on the first day, followed by a two-day conference and exhibition which will bring together leading stakeholders from the ROK Army, CBRNe first responders, government representatives and ground-breaking research institutes. NCT Asia Pacific will provide updates on CBRNe emergency preparedness and response approaches at various levels. The involvement of first response actors and military stakeholders will provide useful perspectives for all attendees against the background of existing CBRNe threat environments.NCT Asia Pacific will be organized in Official Partnership with the Korean BioDefense Research Institute (BDRI) and will include a vibrant exhibition, showcasing state of the art products and equipment from CBRNe detection to decontamination and protection. Topics that will be discussed during the conference will range from “Radiological and Nuclear Threats: From Prevention to Recovery” to “Protecting High-Visibility Events against CBRNe Threats” and “CBRNe Terrorist attacks in the Asia-Pacific.” Keynote speakers include Brig. Gen. Yoo Bong Heo, Commander of the ROK Army CBRN Defense Command, Brig. Gen. Moon Sung-joon, Commander of the ROK Army CBRN School, Dr. Ronald Hann, Director of the Chemical and Biological Technologies Department at USA’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), as well as Dr. Prof. Nam Taek Lee, Deputy Director of the Korean BioDefense Research Institute.
Future Helicopter Technology
18 May 2017 to 19 May 2017
Location: Rome, Italy
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6138
Email: scargan [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
Future Helicopter Technology 2017 will provide you with the very best opportunity to meet commanders and programme managers from diverse and exciting defence organisations.New for 2017:More helicopter platforms represented than any other 2017 military event: NH90, TIGER, Sikorsky UH-60, Bell UH-1Y, cH-53E Super Stallion, Merlin Mk3A detailed focus on Maritime Helicopter Optimisation with high level briefings from USMC, Royal Navy and Commander Italian Naval AviationTop military rotary commanders presenting from: Italy, Spain, Germany, Denmark and Belgium, giving you essential access to strategic and equipment decision makersKey focuses: International Updates From Europe, Special Operations and Rapid Deployment, Fleet Modernisation, Naval Helicopter Perspectives, Updates on Global and Strategic Projects, Next Generation Rotary DevelopmentRegister online at: www.futurehelicopter.co.uk/milsystech
Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology
24 May 2017 to 25 May 2017
Location: London, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6132
Email: zgale [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
SMi is delighted to announce the launch of the Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology conference taking place in London, UK on the 24th – 25th May 2017. Aimed at Unmanned Maritime System Program Managers, Heads of Surface/Underwater Warfare and Heads of Autonomous Systems Integration, UMS Technology 2017 will reflect on the future developments and technological innovation of maritime robotic systems.In May, the Royal Navy will be finished reviewing Exercise Unmanned Warrior and will be able to begin shaping future concepts for unmanned platforms in naval warfare. Therefore this is the perfect opportunity to bring together leading unmanned maritime users to discuss the future role of drones and other innovative technology being developed in the industry.
Speakers for 2017 include: Royal Navy, NOAA: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, NATO MARCOM, Polish Navy, US Navy, ONR Global, NATO STO-CMRE, DSTL, FFI and many more...EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE: Register online at www.umsconference.com/milsystemstech or contact James Hitchen on +44 (0) 207 827 6054 or email jhitchen@smi-online.co.uk.
Fast Jet Pilot Training Central and Eastern Europe
05 Jun 2017 to 06 Jun 2017
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6138
Email: scargan [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
The Czech Air Force’s 2nd annual Fast Jet Pilot Training Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) will return to Prague on the 5th and 6th June 2017.The aim of this conference is to encourage improved cooperation and interoperability among the air forces of regional allies, in the pursuit of enhancing air force power in the region. This important meeting will also provide a forum for leading solution providers to exhibit and discuss recent developments in fast jet training technology, as well as the activities, capabilities and requirements of participating powers.Benefits of attending:Hear expert briefings from Commanders and senior Officers delivering exclusive information on operational capabilities as well as current and future requirementsDiscuss highly relevant aspects of fast jet pilot training including advanced simulation technology and the latest training aircrafts, such as the Alenia Aermacchi  M-346 Master Jet Trainer and the Aero Vodochody L39 NGSupported by the Czech Air Force, NATO, EDA as well as key regional and international Air Forces including Germany, Hungary, Canada and ItalyDedicated solution zone where international industry leaders will showcase their latest pilot training technologies and programsRegister online by 28th April to save £100  at: www.fastjettraining.com/milsystech
Future Surface Fleet 2017
06 Jun 2017 to 08 Jun 2017
Location: Portsmouth, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1245 407 944
Email: robert [at] tdnuk [dot] com
Several navies are planning, procuring and building a host of new platforms ranging from OPV’s to high specification frigates to meet current maritime security demands. Designing, commissioning and maintaining a naval platform throughout its life cycle are the main challenges currently faced by ship program managers.Future Surface Fleet, taking place 6th-8th June 2017 in Portsmouth, UK, provides the perfect forum for senior platform program directors to meet with solution providers with expertise in ship design, propulsion and through life management contractors.Please visit www.futuresurfacefleet.com to view the full agenda, including the opening address by Henry Parker CB, Director Ships Acquisition, UK MoD, DE&S, which will discuss how The Royal Navy’s surface fleet capability is used to provide power projection and territorial defence across the world.
Close Air Support
07 Jun 2017 to 08 Jun 2017
Location: London, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6138
Email: scargan [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
Focusing on established and emerging technologies; placing ultimate emphasis on the needs of the solider, both on the ground and in the air. This event invites not only the leading operators at the forefront of air operations, but also the engineers, chief scientists and technical directors from research and industry, who are creating the platforms and technologies at the heart of future CAS.Benefits of attending:Deliberate CAS capability, including air land integration, joint ISR and targeting, C2 and battle space management, training, platforms and weapon systemsHear national updates from 7 leading nationsGain insight into the latest technology enabling next generation CASLearn about strengthening coalition environments, with feedback from NATO Air Commands ongoing effortsRegister online by 28th April to save £100 at: www.closeair-support.com/milsystech
Port Security Technology 2017
19 Jun 2017 to 20 Jun 2017
Location: Holiday Inn Kensignton Forum, London, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6068
Email: tchung [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
As 90% of trade move through major ports and sea lanes each year, sea ports remain the most viable access point for international trade. Hence, ensuring safety and security for individual ports are crucial to sustain the economic bloodline. Following this, Port Security Technology is a conference that you cannot afford to miss.  The 2017 show will bring together major sea port security operators alongside world leading solution providers to find the right solutions to the most important security challenges faced at major container ports.The 2-day programme will provide a complete focus on security technology and its importance to the preservation of life and property in ports and at sea as well as enable you to explore the most important topics to date such as cyber resilience, security automation and counter-terrorism.Register online at http://www.portsecuritytechnology.com/mstFor more information, contact Theresa Chung at: tchung@smi-online.co.uk

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