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EXHIBITIONS AND CONFERENCES

EXHIBITIONS AND CONFERENCES

New BATTLESPACE Conferences for 2007!

ENABLING NETWORKS

BATTLESPACE is planning a 1 day Networking conference next year. This conference will explore the workings of Defence Networks and how to improve technology to enable the smooth and accurate distribution of data across the battlefield. We will soon be issuing a Call for Papers, but feel free to let us have your proposals now.

Any Papers not chosen for the Conference will be considered for publication in the special issue accompanying the conference.

UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLES
UG 07

BATTLESPACE is planning a 1 day Unmanned Ground Vehicle Conference UGV 07 to be held on the first day of DVD in June next year. We will soon be issuing a Call for Papers, but feel free to let us have your proposals now.

Any Papers not chosen for the Conference will be considered for publication in the special issue accompanying the conference.

Aug 06. Future Maritime Operations Conference 2006. 22 – 23 Nov 2006, RUSI, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET. Focusing on emerging trends in maritime security, and looking at recent case studies highlighting the unique and significant role of maritime forces in the global security network, the conference will examine the full span of maritime operations and assess future requirements for the Royal Navy and her partners and allies. The conference 2006 will seek to establish the evolving role of maritime forces within the global security context. The first day of the conference will examine the conceptual context for the use of maritime force. The UK Government sees the Royal Navy as a force for good in the world. In military terms, with questions raised increasingly about the availability of access, basing and overflight rights for land-based assets, forces deployed at sea in a joint sea base provide a ready means of projecting appropriate influence at sea or ashore at the place and time of choice. In security terms, the current global security environment is characterized by the increasing use of the sea by potential adversaries as a means of moving people and materials, but with coalition and commercial assets which use the sea also seen as potential targets. In broader political terms, forces based at sea are often seen as international representatives of their respective governments, and often have as much a political role as a purely military one. Such presence is, arguably, the unique and enduring tenet of maritime forces.

Aug 06. UAV 2007 CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION – CALL FOR PAPERS. In the attachment you will find a document announcing the UAV 2007 conference & exhibition, which will take place in Paris, France on 12-14 June 2007 (the week prior to the Paris Air Show). The Call for Papers (and poster papers) is on the third page of this document; this document also contains information on the exhibition and sponsorship opportunities. UAV 2007 is the 9th consecutive edition of this very international event, which has definitely become the most important and influential event of its kind in Europe.

14 Aug 06. UK Nanoforum 2006 is now open to delegate registration and UK Trade & Investment is inviting all businesses within the nanotechnology sector to attend the event on 24 October. In conjunction with the UK Micro and Nanotechnology Network, UK Trade and Investment has been instrumental in developing and organising UK Nanoforum 2006, the first ever partnering event for the UK nanotechnology community. Over 50 international delegates will attend the event at the Riverbank Park Plaza, representing nanotech businesses, R&D centres, venture capitalists, technology buyers and those seeking to develop joint ventures. These visitors, sourced and invited by UKTI staff overseas, will come face-to-face with 150 of the very best UK nanotechnology companies during a structured day, including a seminar, workshops and networking. The networking and exhibition event is designed to promote the burgeoning UK nanotech

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