Achieve Complete Domain Awareness by Utilising the most Effective Technologies and Platforms
*EVENT UPDATE*: 19 nations now confirmed to participate at Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance 2012. Discover who’s attending
The only event specifically dedicated to maritime patrol aircraft in Europe, Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2012 provides an unrivalled insight into the world of maritime patrol professionals and their immediate and future requirements, and is free to attend for all serving military and government officers if you register before Friday, 24th August 2012.
The event consistently attracts a truly international array of over 150 senior military and industry representatives to engage in a two-way discussion about the future direction of patrol aircraft, be they rotary wing, fixed wing or unmanned. In addition to the two-day main conference, Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance 2012 also features a brand new Focus Day dedicated to Organic ISR Assets for the Naval Commander, showcasing a range of rotary wing and unmanned systems that can be employed by vessel commanders, and the training and procedures behind their use.
Download the conference programme for full details on the conference, review the delegate list to see who you will be able to meet in Rome in September, or watch the video from last year’s event:
Why Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance is your must-attend event!
- Apply the lessons learned from a variety of international operations, including Operation Unified Protector, Operation Ocean Shield and Operation Atalanta, as well as regional efforts in the Gulf of Guinea, West Africa and the South China Sea, to your own maritime patrol units.
- Assess the utility of organic ISR capabilities to vessel commanders, and how you can best employ these assets to enhance maritime domain awareness and compliment the use of fixed wing aircraft
- Improve your understanding of the latest efforts to enhance data fusion and dissemination to facilitate greater domain awareness and improve decision making within your chain of command, in presentations from AFRICOM, US Naval Forces Europe-Africa, Cape Verde and NURC
What others are saying about Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance:
What are you looking forward to most about Maritime Reconnaissance 2012?
learning from other Nations operational experiences and the development of partnerships are tools that, at a time of extremely stringent financial constrains, Italy needs to leverage from to improve joint domain awareness.
Commander Lorenzano Di Renzo, Development Office, Naval Aviation Department, Italian Navy
A good mix of Navy, Coast Guard and industry speakers, providing a very comprehensive view of MPA capability. A good insight on the gaps and where MPA are going in the future. Martin Darkins BAE Systems
An excellent opportunity to learn more about products, programmes and operational feedback. Mario Caruso Italian Navy General Staff
The speakers were very good and I found the content stimula ting. This was my first conference of this kind and I will be attending more. Bernardt Davenhager South African Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
Very valuable for networking The Boeing Company
Good update on ISR platforms. Always interesting to see that each country is having similar problems Major Canadian Forces
Very good speakers from the military. A very good sense of being updated with the latest operational requirements and maritime threats. A very good opportunity to meet people Elbit Systems
An extremely valid and relevant conference. Well organised Captain, SANDF
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2012: Industry Report
This report will explore how the future of the maritime reconnaissance and surveillance market is likely to evolve over the next decade. The report is based on a survey of 113 senior executives and professionals within the maritime domain including both military and commercial respondents.
Topics examined include the key threats to global maritime operations, which capabilities will be in highest demand over the next decade, the key areas for growth and investment, as well as a detailed exploration of the issue of piracy.
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