16th edition of the UK’s leading event for Milsatcom professionals
IET Milsatcoms, one of the leading events for the military satellite community, will return to IET London: Savoy Place in June 2019.
The conference is an outstanding opportunity to hear briefs from industry and government experts, consider new case studies and to engage in discussions on the latest technology for secure and seamless Milsatcom delivery.
Three dedicated workshops will provide military end-users with exciting opportunities to learn latest techniques in improved battle-space connectivity / awareness and practical application of flat panel antenna technology.
IET Milsatcoms provides the industry and end users with essential understanding of the latest trends in the UK and international military satellite communication technology. As in previous years, the event is a good platform to bring together Government representatives, the military and industry’s lead satellite providers, integrators, and partners.
Secure your place now if you want to be among the industry’s movers and shakers! Contact Olexander Hryb, Event Producer for more details.
Air Commodore Nick Hay, Head of Capability C4ISR & SRO, HQ Joint Forces Command Capability, MoD, UK
Nick Ayling, Head of Cyber and Space Policy, MoD, UK
Mike O’Callaghan, Space Programme Manager, Cyber and Information Systems Division, DSTL, MoD, UK
Colin Armstrong, Head of Space Security Policy, UK Space Agency, UK
Major-General Borys Kremenetskyi, Defence and Air Attaché, Embassy of Ukraine, UK
Rick Greenwood, VP Engineering and Operations CIS Satcom, Airbus Defence and Space, UK
Barry Austin, ISS Head of Networks, MoD, UK
Chaired by Gerard Donelan, Vice President Defence & Security, SES, the seminar agenda will feature a mix of carefully selected topics covered by military and industry expert speakers:
- Future of Satellite Industry in context of proposed new UK Space Strategy
- UK’s sovereign Milsatcoms infrastructure and the future of Skynet 6
- Deployable comms at a time of conflict: how to scale up services as demand goes up in the battlespace
- Case study: Comms-On-The-Move (COTM) in the UK
- Case study: Lessons learnt from Electronic Warfare in Eastern Ukraine
- Panel discussion: opportunities and challenges to the military end-users in context of small satellites revolution: the art of the possible