Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2015 – The World’s leading forum for maritime ISR professionals
Over its 13 year history Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance has become the Community’s Annual General Meeting, bringing together over 150 Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Naval Aviation, Heads of Air Procurement, and leading industry executives from across the globe to discuss the challenges and success shaping airborne maritime domain awareness for now and the future.
In doing so it provides a rare platform to share lessons learned and best practice in current an upcoming maritime ISR requirements, capabilities and programmes, strengthening the message of military/industry cooperation to an unprecedented level.
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance is organized with the support and direction of Senior Leaders from across the military and industry sectors of the naval aviation community. With this in mind, each presentation topic and guest speaker has been specifically selected inline with the priorities and recommendations of the community to ensure it provides attendees with the critical information they need to solve their daily maritime ISR challenges.
With an estimated $50 Billion to be spent on maritime patrol aircraft, maritime unmanned aerial vehicles, airborne anti-submarine warfare sensors and communication suites over the next 10 years, this year’s conference has been specifically designed to provide military with the technological insights they require and industry with the first hand first hand intelligence on current and future acquisition requirements.
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.