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Jan 20, 2020

Senegal Navy welcomes you in celebration of 45 years of naval excellence

As a result of increased maritime security challenges across Africa, global naval capabilities have assembled to collaboratively counter illicit maritime activity within the region. To effectively utilize and enforce additional resources, it is essential for Africa’s navies to enhance interoperability, joint tactics and exercises to successfully improve maritime security and stability. To support this, the inaugural Africa Maritime Security Forum hosted by the Senegal Navy in Dakar 20- 22 January 2020 will feature amplified networking exercises and interactive platforms for maritime leaders to formulate collaborative approaches to integrate capabilities for enhanced maritime security.

 

Hosted during the Senegal Navy’s 45th birthday celebrations, Africa Maritime Security Forum will reveal Senegal’s impressive naval base and fleet capabilities to the international community as well as their commitment to international navy cooperation. The 45th birthday celebrations will see the participation of Africa’s naval leadership as they commemorate Senegal Navy’s contributions to maritime security and further empower collaboration.

For more information please visit https://bit.ly/37gGG9t  or email us at partnerships@gmevents.ae or call 971 45687800. 

Jan 29, 2020

Parma Payne Goodall Center | San Diego, CA

The ability to share information and maintain reliable, secure lines of communication between people, platforms, weapons, and systems is essential to military success. The 4th Annual Joint Networks Summit will convene leaders to discuss the current state of the DoD’s communication networks, the challenges facing them, and future requirements as technology continues to advance and the threat landscape evolves.

The DoD’s current communications infrastructure is sprawling, including over 15,000 networks, 17,000 satcom terminals, and 10,000 operational systems. Advancing technology has surpassed the DoD’s hardware-based infrastructure and the military’s piecemeal efforts to update this infrastructure has led to challenges with interoperability between updated COTS systems and legacy systems. In the current era of Great Power Competition our peer competitors, Russia and China, pose a serious threat: cyber attacks and information warfare have become a constant challenge, and a technology arms race has led to a DoD-wide push for network modernization and continued investment in new technologies, including space-based networks.

Feb 03, 2020

Rome

As the modern battlespace becomes increasingly complex, military forces must act dynamically by harnessing cutting-edge network technology to exploit an information advantage. By linking shooters, commanders and sensors in a fully networked environment, militaries can streamline decision-making, enhance situational awareness and increase mission effectiveness.

 

SMi’s 4th Annual Network Centric Warfare (NCW) Conference, returning to Rome in February, aims to explore the latest in battlefield network technology to help military forces achieve operational superiority.

 

2020 Highlights:

  • Receive comprehensive coverage of the entire NCW concept and network infrastructure, with a focus on several ongoing initiatives and strategies for maximising interoperability

  • Meet with cutting edge technology providers in the spheres of network communications, electronics, and C4I systems

  • Develop insights from the only event that provides focus on Italy’s Forza NEC programme

  • Discover new perspectives from international expert speakers from Europe and North America, as well as new programmes in France, Germany, Netherlands, Estonia, Norway and more

Given the critical need for seamless interoperability between allied forces and the nature of network centric warfare as a force multiplier, join us in Rome to take part in pivotal discussions on network resilience, artificial intelligence, the progress of prestigious battlefield network programmes, and interoperability between allied militaries in coalition.

 

Early Bird Discounts:

  • Book by 31st October 2019 to save £400

  • Book by 29th November 2019 to save £200

  • Book by 13th December 2019 to save £100

 

For more information and to register online, please visit http://www.netcentric-warfare.com/GMC

Feb 05, 2020

Rome

As varied threats in the Mediterranean Sea continue to proliferate, the need to advance all-encompassing reconnaissance and surveillance platforms to cover larger areas of ocean is greater than ever.

 

With this in mind, SMi’s 5th annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology will return to Rome on the 5th and 6th February 2020. As the only Maritime ISR meeting in Italy with a specific focus on Maritime Space Domain Awareness, the conference will bring together the widest range of expert nations ever to discuss key operational and technological challenges facing navies and other maritime organisations, as they resolve to monitor the sea and protect their borders.

 

Platforms and topics discussed include: Space based ISR, Airborne Platforms & Operations, C4ISTAR, Unmanned Maritime Systems, Hydrographic platforms and many more.

 

Conference highlights include:

  • Military briefings from Italy, the UK, Denmark, Sweden, NATO, Australia, Spain, the Netherlands, Greece

  • Pre-conference workshop with C-SIGMA on ‘S-AIS and C-SIGMA: Continuing to Evolve as the Cornerstones of Maritime Security’

  • Exhibition area with industry leaders showcasing their solutions

 

 

Early bird discounts

October 31st to save £400

November 29th to save £200

December 13th to save £100

 

Register online at: http://www.maritime-recon.com/gmc

Feb 11, 2020

Rome

Join us in Rome on the 11th and 12th February, to explore the latest technological solutions and political strategies to secure land, air, and sea borders in response to growing global threats.

 

Now in its thirteenth year, the Border Security conference has established itself as a market leader in this sector and will bring together senior military staff, government figures and industry from around the world, all responsible in their own way for enhancing border security capabilities on a global scale.

 

Following last year's sell-out event, the conference agenda has been curated to provide you with most timely updates and significant briefings. Unlike other events, we strive to deliver real insight and learning experiences through the expertly selected speakers who will only present on exclusive and current content.

 

Key Focuses Include:

  • Automated International Border Control Systems and Associated technologies (AI etc.)

  • Mitigating European Refugee and Migrant Crisis/Protection of EU External Borders

  • International Cooperation, Information sharing and Communication on countering cross border threats

  • Security Management Systems (SeMS) in Aviation Security

  • Biometrics/vs Biometric Free border controls

  • Preventing the use of fraudulent documentation

 

Early Bird Discounts!

Register by 31st October to save £400

Register by 29th November to save £200

Register by 13th December to save £100

 

Learn more at: http://www.bordersec-conference.com/gmc  

Mar 03, 2020

Budapest

As the need for armed forces to enhance and maximise their logistical capacity continues to grow, and with the current political climate in Europe, it is now more important than ever that senior military officials meet to discuss planning, joint operations and allied interoperability, as well as engaging more closely and efficiently with industry. Increasing reliability, reducing costs, and exploiting new developments and the growing links between militaries, remains at the forefront of defence logistics as a means of providing critical operational advantages, and increasing allied effectiveness across the region.

 

The 5th annual Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe 2020, for the first time commencing in Budapest, Hungary, will bring together the key military logisticians from across the Central and Eastern European region and beyond. The conference aims to discuss new trends, crucial developments, and the methods, strategies, and procedures armed forces are increasingly pursuing for optimal logistics efficiency.

 

Key fundamental topics include: Regional Updates, Heavy Lift (rail & air), Fuel Logistics, Supply Chain Management Solutions, International Operations and Solutions, 3rd party logistics, Future Trends and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul), and many more!

 

Early bird discounts:

 

Book by 29th November to save £400

Book by 13th December to save £200

Book by 31st January to save £100

 

Register online at http://www.defence-logisticscee.com/Globalmilitarycom

 

For more information please contact Trizsa Ardael at mardael@smi-online.co.uk

Mar 09, 2020

London

SMi Group are proud to announce the 6th annual Future Soldier Technology Conference and Exhibition will return to London on the 10th and 11th of March 2020, with a Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness Focus Day on 9th March 2020.

In an era where technology is the key driver enhancing capabilities across the military, the soldier remains as crucial as ever for achieving mission success.

As the only conference exclusively focused on Future Soldier Programmes in Europe, Future Soldier Technology 2020 will gather more than 200 operational users, capability development directors, and industry professionals, from across the globe to share their current requirements and experiences in equipment modernisation and offer an attractive networking space to foster new working relationships.

Key Highlights Include:

  • A unique opportunity to see how nations are leveraging emerging technologies to enhance dismounted capabilities.

  • Focusing on Lethality, Survivability, Sustainability, C4i and Power.

  • Industry hosted evening networking drinks receptions.

  • Exhibition room for industry to showcase their soldier modernisation capabilities.

The pre-conference, Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness Focus Day will explore how new technologies within mobile deployable communications, ISTAR, battlespace management, Command & Control networks and augmentative technologies are assisting the warfighter.

Early bird discount:
Register by 29th November to save £400!
Register by 13th December to save £200!
Register by 31st January to save £100!

Register online at: http://www.futuresoldiertechnology.com/GMC

Mar 31, 2020

Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems

The UK MoD has recognised the potential of Robotic and Autonomous Systems (RAS), with a new multi-million-pound Transformation Fund to fast-track military robotic projects onto the battlefield this year. Enhanced RAS systems enable militaries to see more, understand more, cover a greater area and be more lethal, these game-changing capabilities are increasingly important in today’s digital battlespace.

 

SMi Group proudly presents Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) 2020, returning to London in April, for its third successful year.

 

The conference will revolve around the British Army’s five RAS priorities of situational awareness, lethality, manoeuvrability, survivability and sustainability, as well as cover other main themes such as counter-IED, deep learning, AI, international cooperation, and communication systems.

 

Highlights for 2020:

  • The leading event in Europe for senior RAS decision-makers, operators and experts

  • New for 2020: focus on Robotic Platoon Vehicles, autonomy and manned/unmanned teaming; new speakers from the UK, US, Estonia, Sweden and Australia

  • Hear the latest updates on the UK Ministry of Defence’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems programmes with a dedicated panel discussion on UK RAS modernisation

  • Discover the latest in RAS technology and find new products, techniques and opportunities in this dynamic field

 

As the only event specifically dedicated to robotics in the land environment, Military RAS 2020 is the ideal platform to meet the most informed and renowned experts in the field of autonomous and robotic technologies. Attend the two-day conference and understand the rapidly expanding role of military robots within the modern battlespace with insights from first-class scientists, researchers, academics and senior military figures.

 

Early bird discounts:

Book by 13th December to save £400

Book by 31st January to save £200

Book by 28th February to save £100

 

Register online at http://www.robotics-autonomous.com/gmc

Mar 31, 2020

London

In an increasingly complex and congested digital battlespace, the need to provide near real-time information on the whereabouts of an adversary’s location and intent, using enhanced situational awareness capabilities, is vital in aiding armoured units to respond quickly to incoming threats. It is therefore imperative for our defence forces to have a greater understanding of the capabilities available, to enhance both combat effectiveness and the survivability of the vehicle.

 

SMi Group proudly presents the fifth annual conference in the sell-out portfolio of Armoured Vehicle events: Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2020, the leading conference for armoured vehicle experts focused on C2, C4i, sensors, optronics and vehicle architecture.

 

The 2020 event invites not only military programme managers, operational commanders and leading engineers, but will also provide the perfect platform for both operational users and industry to share their insights on the latest systems and sub-systems, providing greater awareness of existing capabilities and future requirements.

 

Highlights for 2020

 

  • Hear the latest host nation capability updates from the British Armour Centre, Joint Forces Command, DSTL and DE&S

  • Network with key OEMs and System Integrators such as General Dynamics European Land Systems, Patria Land, Thales, Diehl Defence, SAAB Barracuda, BAE and General Dynamics UK

  • New focuses: sensor networks, signature management and integration of unmanned assets

  • Explore land force interoperability and training requirements for enhanced joint fires during coalition operations

 

Key topics will include: vetronic architectures, communications, CIS capabilities, battle management systems, acoustic sensors, optronics, crew displays, active protection, defensive aid suites and mobile camouflage systems

 

Early bird discounts:

Book by 13th December to save £400

Book by 31st January to save £200

Book by 28th February to save £100

 

Register online at http://www.armouredvehicles-sa.com/gmc

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