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Date Event Location
06-07 Dec 2017

Maritime Information Warfare will focus on the growing need for navies to develop their information exploitation capabilities. As navies must now achieve strategic superiority in both conventional and asymmetrical conflict environments, knowledge is the new ‘king of the battlefield’. The utilization of real-time data is key to ensuring mission success - whether it be combatting piracy or a technologically advanced enemy.

The conference will look at the platforms used for data collection; ranging from open source data collection to more traditional ISR systems, and the ways in which that data is examined through big data analytics, ultimately to consider how this effects decision making in the field.

It also captures the current movement within the naval domain – running off the back of the Royal Navy’s ‘Information Warrior’, which is looking to expand its fleets data capture and utilize capability to achieve information superiority at sea.

Early bird discounts!

Register by 31st August to save £300

29th September to save £200

31st October to save £100

Register online at: www.maritimeinfowarfare.com/janes

London, United Kingdom
12-14 Dec 2017

The fourth edition of the International tri-service defense Exhibition and Conference dedicated to Defense, Aerospace, Homeland Security and Safety & Security, is being held under the official patronage of the Kuwait Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, H.E. Sheikh Mohammad Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.

Kuwait, Kuwait
16-17 Jan 2018

Whilst electronic warfare role in defensive warfighting will remain at the height of discussion, the Electronic Warfare 2018 event will explore the greater connection between EW and Cyber warfare as well as discuss a more in-depth operational view points and experience.

Marriott Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
30-31 Jan 2018

Contact e-mail: tchung@smi-online.co.uk

http://www.maritime-recon.com/janes

Over the past few years, maritime intelligence gathering and ISR capabilities have returned to the forefront of the defence industry. National maritime agencies are increasingly seeking to optimise their fleets and capabilities to address the challenges arriving from the surrounding seas. This can be illustrated in the multilateral coalition operation to address the migration crisis in the Mediterranean or with the Nordic response to climate change and the receding ice cap.

In an attempt to provide solutions to these challenges, Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology will cover a wide range of topics such as unmanned maritime system technology, intelligence gathering, C4ISR, AIS system technology, interoperability and system integration, and space-based surveillance. What differentiates our conference from other events in the industry is our keen and deliberate focus on space-based surveillance and space-based global maritime awareness. For the third year in a row, we have partnered with C-Sigma, an enterprise that “fosters wider cooperation and exchange in the use of and access to satellite-based maritime surveillance information at global level.”

Benefits of attending:

  • Features high ranking military officials involved with the enhancement of naval surveillance programmes
  • Learn how nations including Italy, the UK, France, Germany, Canada and the USA are developing their maritime ISR capabilities through space-based and unmanned surveillance technologies
  • Get to the heart of challenges faced by maritime forces through focused briefings, discussions and networking
  • Highlighting the importance of technology to collect and disseminate information to major operators at sea

Registration Information:

Early bird offers and special military rates available. Register online at http://www.maritime-recon.com/janes

Crowne Plaza Rome, S. Peter’s Hotel and Spa, Rome, Italy
01-02 Feb 2018

Flexible and continuous connectivity, anywhere, at any time remains a key priority for major defence forces around the world. With the critical threat of cyber warfare intensifying, there is now a pressing need to ensure secure communications can be effectively operated in contested environments.

SMi’s 11th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference returns to look at the key drivers causing the growing demand for flexible, protected, and interoperable CIS capabilities, and through expert led presentations, from some of the world's leading authorities, will discuss the challenges for both solution providers and end users of deployable communications.

Key Topics Include: SatCom on the move, cyber electronic warfare interference, procuring new systems to collaborate with existing, allied collaboration and more!

Early bird discounts!

Register by the 31st October to save £400
30th November to save £200
15th December to save £100

Register online at: http://www.mobiledeployable.com/janes

Warsaw, Poland
01-02 Feb 2018

As we look into the 21st century, the way in which military forces communicate, disseminate intelligence and issue orders is changing as several NATO-aligned nations pursue network enabled capabilities programmes. There is now an emphasis on ‘system of systems’ network that empowers a robust web of interaction between air and ground forces – maximising asset deployment and creating a common operating picture.

As battlespace has become digitised, the focus on data and communication networking between joint forces and command and control facilities has taken centre stage. With combat exercises increasingly operating in asymmetrical environments, there is a growing need to exploit well networked forces. In this context, through streams of data and real-time analysis, decision making on the ground has become more effective and efficient - with robustly networked forces adaptively responding to threats with versatility and agility.

SMi’s Network Centric Warfare conference will focus on key aspects challenging and enhancing joint operations - in particular, utilisation of digital fire support, interoperability between air and ground based communication systems, digitalisation of battlespace, improving technical education and the Forza NEC programme.

See the full list of speakers and register on www.netcentric-warfare.com/janesWL. Early Birds apply: Book by 31 October to save £400. Book by 30 November to save £200. Book by 15 December to save £100.

Crowne Plaza Rome, St Peter’s Hotel & Spa, Rome, Italy
19-21 Feb 2018

U.S. and international special operations leaders will gather on February 19-21, 2018 for an exclusive event to focus on strategic security issues, innovation, and relationship-building.
- A full agenda featuring international thought leaders, technical experts, and transition education will provide attendees with a unique experience
- Attendees include: active duty and retired military and police, government civilians, industry, academia, journalists, and non-governmental organizations
- Previous year’s event attracted 400 attendees from 25 nations
- New this year: an exhibit hall featuring cutting edge technologies (space is limited, so act quickly)

Innisbrook Golf Resort, Tampa, FL
21-22 Feb 2018

SMi Group at proud to announce the 11th Annual Border Security conference and exhibition which will convene on the 21st-22nd February 2018 in Rome, Italy.

With the migration crisis ongoing throughout the Mediterranean and mainland Europe, Border Security is at the forefront of planning for nations around the world. This year’s event will bring together senior border security experts from around the globe to discuss how to manage the security of borders at a time when mass irregular migration and cross-border terrorism have all nations at high alert.

In addition, with free-movement a critical and divisive focus of the BREXIT negotiations, as well as a new administration in the White House, this year’s event promises to be more topical and relevant than ever before. Therefore, with rapid globalisation impacting every continent, added pressures to borders around the world need addressing and SMi’s 11th Annual Border Security 2018 will bring together leading representatives of industry and government to discuss the political and technological solutions being utilised to secure national borders.

See the full list of speakers and register on www.bordersec.com/janesWL. Early Birds apply: Book by 31 October to save £400. Book by 30 November to save £200. Book by 15 December to save £100.

Crowne Plaza Rome, St Peter’s Hotel & Spa, Rome, Italy

EXHIBITION NEWS

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Paris Air Show 2017

19-25 June 2017

CANSEC 2017

31 May-1 June 2017
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