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
MilSatCom USA
28 Jun 2017 to 29 Jun 2017
Location: Sheraton Pentagon City, Arlington, VA, USA
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6102
Email: hdegracia [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
From the organisers of the leading Global MilSatCom event, SMi Group’s MilSatCom USA conference returns stateside on 28th-29th June 2017 in Arlington, Virginia. Registration is now live on www.milsatcom-usa.com/MST.The event will explore key topics such as the USA's acquisition process, alongside contemporary and crucial issues such as the Wideband AoA and utilisation of ComSatCom, as well as assessment of threats facing the space domain such as space congestion and debris, EW, jamming, anti-satellite capabilities and cyber. Featured speakers include key government and military personnel from US Army, Australian Defence Force, US Air Force, US Department of Defence, US NorthCom, NATO NCIA, DISA; and alos key industry speakers from Airbus Defence and Space, Hughes Network Systems and more.PLEASE NOTE: All active federal employees, including military personnel, will be granted free admission to our event. However, in order to attend this event pre-registration is required, which is subject to final approval by the conference organiser.Register at www.milsatcom-usa.com/MST
Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems
28 Jun 2017 to 29 Jun 2017
Location: Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6068
Email: tchung [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems will return on the 28th and 29th June 2017 to London to discuss the very latest technological developments from research and the industry  that are enhancing combat effectiveness and lethality.Drawing on experience from previous operations and ongoing activity in the capability development space, future requirements will be presented and discussed. Importantly, to increase awareness of the technologies and capabilities that might be leveraged, an examination of the latest weapon systems, vehicle configurations, smart munitions, high energy lasers, fire control, targeting, simulation and autonomous technology,  shall be just some of the areas covered.Notable presenters include Slovenian Ministry of Defence, NSPA, British Army, Danish Army Combat and Fire Support Centre, Spanish MoD, US Army, Finnish Army, Vetronics Research Centre, Soucy Defence, UK Armed Forces, United States Marine Corps and United States Army.For more information, contact Theresa Chung at: tchung@smi-online.co.uk
19th annual Global MilSatCom
07 Sep 2017 to 09 Sep 2017
Location: Riverbank Park Plaza Hotel, London, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6102
Email: hdegracia [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
Described as Europe’s leading forum for satcom professionals, Global MilSatCom has been running for nearly two decades and has grown in size and stature every year, attracting almost 500 attendees and 40 sponsors in 2016. The conference’s reputation has been built on the high-level international speakers and decision makers it attracts and the fantastic networking opportunities offered during the 4 days of conference sessions and workshops.This year's event will see developments and updates to MilSatCom programmes from around the world discussed in presentations from leading figures and networking sessions throughout the 3 day event. Key themes and challenges at the core of the MilSatCom Community will be addressed, including the need for resiliency and robustness within SatCom systems, interoperability and flexibility within platforms, as well as the growing importance of allied collaboration.More details can be found at www.globalmilsatcom.com/mst
Defence Communications
26 Sep 2017 to 27 Sep 2017
Location: The DoubleTree by Hilton Krakow Hotel & Convention Centre, Poland
Tel: +44 (0) 1245 407 916
Email: info [at] tdnuk [dot] com
Joint Communications Information Systems (CIS) have become a key weapon in modern operations, with the ability to effectively communicate, share data and orders amongst global partners imperative to mission success. The reliance on CIS coupled with the evolving landscape of telecommunications means that inbuilt naval systems, deployable network infrastructure for land forces and aviation communications continue to be at the forefront of military investment.Defence Communications 2017 offers a platform for senior military operators, expert researchers and capability directors from leading defence agencies to meet with a host of solution providers from leading companies to assist in shaping the future of defence communications.To discuss speaking opportunities, sponsorship and exhibition packages, or to secure your attendance, please visit www.defence-communications.com. Free entry for Government and Military end users.
UAV Technology Central & Eastern Europe
27 Sep 2017 to 28 Sep 2017
Location: Hotel International, Prague, Czech Republic
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6068
Email: tchung [at] smi-online [dot] co [dot] uk
As a key platform for the enhancement of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, UAV systems have great potential to meet requirements as an affordable and effective tool for the Armed Forces in Central and Eastern Europe. With a strong regional interest in growing this capability, common security concerns and a need for enhanced situational awareness, UAV Technology Central and Eastern Europe will aim to proactively discuss the strategies and technologies that will maximise UAV’s effectiveness during training and missionsBenefits of Attending:The only conference focused on the procurement and development of UAV capability in Central and Eastern EuropeExplore the current needs and challenges facing the region and gain an understanding of UAV’s role in optimising command and controlMeet senior representatives from leading CEE nations that are actively acquiring and upgrading their UAV capabilityHear the very latest technological developments from research and industryRegister online at http://www.uav-technology.org/mstFor more information, contact Theresa Chung at: tchung@smi-online.co.uk

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