Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance

28 - 30 September, 2015

Park Plaza Victoria, London, United Kingdom

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Our Esteemed 2015 Speaker Panel Includes:

Vice Admiral Stanislaw Zarychta
Vice Admiral Stanislaw Zarychta
Commander, Maritime Operations Centre
Polish Navy
Vice Admiral Kazuki YAMASHITA
Vice Admiral Kazuki YAMASHITA
President
Japan Maritime Self Defense Force Staff College
Vice Admiral Roberto Sachica
Vice Admiral Roberto Sachica
Colombian Navy
Colombian Navy
Brigadier David Evans
Brigadier David Evans
Assistant Chief of Staff Information Superiority
Royal Marines
Rear Admiral Thomas Ernst
Rear Admiral Thomas Ernst
Commander, Maritime Air Forces
NATO
Rear Admiral Azhari bin Abdul Rashid
Rear Admiral Azhari bin Abdul Rashid
Commander Naval Region 1
Royal Malaysian Navy
Captain Michael Napolitano
Captain Michael Napolitano
Chief of Staff, Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Group
US Navy
Captain Gary Beaton
Captain Gary Beaton
Commanding Officer
Guyana Coast Guard
Major Jose Muñoz
Major Jose Muñoz
Pilot, 221 Squadron
Spanish Air Force
Mr Richard Carne
Mr Richard Carne
Chief Digital Officer
UK Met Office
Lieutenant Colonel Victor Ellis
Lieutenant Colonel Victor Ellis
Director Of Operations, Plans & Readiness
Georgia Air National Guard
Lieutenant Commander Jeffrey Dorwart
Lieutenant Commander Jeffrey Dorwart
Avionics, Sensors and C4ISR TTP Prog. Manager
U.S. Coast Guard
Mr George Guy Thomas
Mr George Guy Thomas
President
C-SIGMA Consulting
 Lennart Landman
Lennart Landman
Researcher
Clingendael Research
Mr Isto Matilla
Mr Isto Matilla
R&D Director
Laurea University of Applied Sciences
 Pending Final Confirmation
Pending Final Confirmation
Maritime Office - Directorate of Air Requirements
Canadian Air Force
Commander Andreas Müller
Commander Andreas Müller
Head of the Plans Division
German Navy
Mr Jonathan Locke
Mr Jonathan Locke
Senior Scientist
NATO CMRE

Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2015 - Europe's leading forum for maritime ISR professionals

Ensuring maximum domain awareness

With the proliferation of illicit activity in the maritime arena increasingly in the media spotlight, not least the issue of human trafficking; international coast guards, navies and government authorities are facing mounting pressure to enhance capability and enhance it fast.

Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance comes at a pivotal time in the international maritime domain in which over 20,000 migrants have illegally crossed the Mediterranean resulting in over 1,700 deaths so far in this year alone (May, 2015). This event will be addressing the urgent requirement to increase ISR capabilities in Europe and beyond as it moves across to London.

Download our draft agenda here and join high level speakers and delegates including the US Navy and NATO Maritime Command at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel this September who will be addressing topics including:

  • New requirements for maritime patrol aircraft and multi mission systems to enhance future capability
  • Efforts including investment in UAVS and aerostats to compliment platform persistent surveillance to counter threats in both the military and civilian domain including maritime terrorism, piracy and smuggling
  • Radar, sensor and satellite technological developments to upgrade and increase target acquisition, data collection and information sharing capability to enhance overall efficiency

View the 2015 draft agenda here and register to get your front row seat!

Pre-Conference Workshop: 28th September 2015

Inter-agency Maritime Security Management

We know that right now Maritime Security is a discussion that is happening mostly in Brussels, yet this focus day will bring the maritime security issue closer to the bigger audience discussing maritime security related issues of both operational and strategic stakeholders. The focus day will bring this discussion closer to the core in order to connect maritime security experts and to pin point regional issues and ideas related to maritime security challenges.

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