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Conference Documentation: Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology

Conference Documentation: Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology

Search and Rescue, Military and Law Enforcement agencies need to be able to monitor their coastlines and economic exclusive zones effectively in order to keep their borders and those who use the seas legitimately, safe. Many nations are currently seeking to upgrade and develop those platforms that serve them in the Maritime Domain, from Patrol Planes and Helicopters to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Satellites. They are also seeking to develop excellent working environments with fellow countries aiming to achieve the same goals.

Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance Technology 2016 will be held in Rome from the 15th-16th February. Its aim is to provide, industry leaders, Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance project managers and end users the knowledge and contacts they need to further develop their capabilities in Maritime Domain Awareness. This will be achieved through panel discussion and briefings based on topics from acquisition projects to operational experiences and lessons learnt. We strive to provide effective learning experiences and knowledge by providing expertly chosen speakers recommended from in depth research and consultation.


Day 1
8:00
Conference Registration and Informal Introduction
8:45
Chairman's Opening Address
Rear Admiral (ret.) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
9:00
Reviewing the Italian Coastguard’s Experience in Maritime SAR and Border Control
Rear Admiral Nicola Carlone, Head of Plans and Operations, Italian Coast Guard
9:40
The Swedish Coast Guard and Enforcing Law and Protecting the Environment Out At Sea
Rear Admiral Dan Thorell, Director, Response and Law Enforcement Department, The Swedish Coast Guard
10:20
How the Royal Navy is Optimising their Information and Sensor Technology to Maximise Situational Awareness at Sea
Brigadier David Evans , Chief Information Officer, Royal Navy
11:00
Morning Coffee and Networking Exhibition Area
11:30
Comparing the Use of Manned and Unmanned Platforms to Determine Effectiveness in the Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance role : Panel Discussion
Rear Admiral (ret.) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
11:30
Comparing the Use of Manned and Unmanned Platforms to Determine Effectiveness in the Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance role : Panel Discussion
Rear Admiral Nicola Carlone, Head of Plans and Operations, Italian Coast Guard
11:30
Comparing the Use of Manned and Unmanned Platforms to Determine Effectiveness in the Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance role : Panel Discussion
Rear Admiral Dan Thorell, Director, Response and Law Enforcement Department, The Swedish Coast Guard
11:30
Comparing the Use of Manned and Unmanned Platforms to Determine Effectiveness in the Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance role : Panel Discussion
Brigadier David Evans , Chief Information Officer, Royal Navy
12:10
Data Fusion and Analysis/Decision Making
KERSTANSKI PAUL, VP maritime solutions, PAE
12:50
The Italian Air Force’s Support to Joint ISR
Colonel Sergio Cavuoti, Chief of the Intelligence and Awareness Policy Branch of the Air Staff Aerospace Planning Division, Italian Air Force
13:30
Lunch
14:30
Maximising ISR Capacity Among Nations in a Joint Operations Environment
Confirmed Representative of EUNAVFOR, , EU Naval Force
15:10
Maximising the US Navy’s Global Maritime Domain Awareness
Captain Bryan Durkee, Commander CTF-67, US Navy
15:50
Afternoon Coffee and Networkng in Exhibition Area
16:20
SIGINT's Role In Maritime ISR-Horizon Technologies
John Beckner, Managing Director, Horizon Technologies
17:00
Research and Development into Passive Maritime Surveillance Systems
Jonathan Locke, Senior Scientist, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, NATO
17:40
End of Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology Day One
Day 2
8:30
Day Two Conference Registration
9:15
Chairman's Opening Address
Rear Admiral (ret.) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
9:30
A Look at the Italian Navy’s Surface Ship Requirements as a Seaborne ISR Platform
Captain Andrea Micheli, Head of the C2IS Office, C4 and Security Department, Italian Navy
10:10
The Need For Better Pan-European Cooperation For Improved Maritime Surveillance And Security Capability
Commander Pasi Staff, Chairman of European Maritime Surveillance Network, Finnish Navy
10:50
Morning Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area
11:20
ISR & Space capabilities: SP MoD roadmap to enhanced ISR from the Space in the Maritime domain
Brigadier General Carlos de Salas, Head C4ISR & Space Programs, Spanish Ministry of Defence
12:00
The Need For Better International Information Sharing And Pan-Nation Communication For Improved Maritime Surveillance Capability Worldwide.
Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA
12:00
The Need For Better International Information Sharing And Pan-Nation Communication For Improved Maritime Surveillance Capability Worldwide.
Commander Pasi Staff, Chairman of European Maritime Surveillance Network, Finnish Navy
12:00
The Need For Better International Information Sharing And Pan-Nation Communication For Improved Maritime Surveillance Capability Worldwide.
Rear Admiral (ret.) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
12:40
Lunch
13:40
Current and Future Challenges to Maritime Security and How They Can be CovercomeThrough Advanced Maritime ISR Technologies
Rear Admiral (ret.) Nick Lambert, Former UK National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
14:20
How the US Coast Guard is Improving its Maritime Domain Awareness Technological Capability
Lieutenant Commander Sam Edwards, AIS Sponsors Representative, US Coast Guard
15:00
Reserved For Event Sponsor
15:40
Afternoon Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area
16:10
The Irish Coats Guard’s Approach to Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance for Search and Rescue Missions
Chris Reynolds, Head of the Irish Coast Guard, Irish Coast Guard
16:50
The Need for Maritime ISR Cooperation on the High Seas
Guy Thomas, Director, C-SIGMA
17:30
End of Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology Day Two

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