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EXHIBITIONS AND CONFERENCES

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.

Sep 06. 3rd Annual Achieving Inter-Agency Interoperability in a Multi-Level Secured Environment

Featured Speakers:
• Vice Admiral Mark J. Edwards, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Communication Networks (N6), US Navy
• Rear Admiral Robert T. Moeller, Director, Plans and Policy, J5, US Central Command
• Ron Bechtold, Director, Army Enterprise Architecture, Chief Information Office/G-6, US Army

Conference Focus: C4ISR refers to systems that are part of the command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance domain. Using a complex system of systems referred to as C4ISR, the overall aim is for the US Army, US Air Force, US Marines and US Navy to communicate effectively on the battlefield amongst themselves and with coalition partners. C4ISR interoperability integrates warfighting capabilities at the tactical, organizational, and operational levels to create one lethal force and is a key initiative that emerged from infancy in the President’s initial Joint Force 2010 initiative. The 3rd Annual C4ISR Interoperability Conference will focus on interoperability across forces and coalition partners, the development of a standard architecture for communication and joint command and control processes. Attention will be paid to the pivotal role of converting legacy systems, the global information grid GIG and the significance of information assurance and security in providing the warfighter with essential bandwidth and secure communications.
Key Topics to be Addressed:
• Sharing information on how C4ISR Inteeroperability continues to beuseful with emphasis on future plans
• In-depth analysis into needed technological requirements to improve the overall function of C4ISR
• Discussing the overall direction of C4ISR with specific reference to Information sharing and security
• Encapsulating the importance of architectures and information infrastructures in enhancing real-time communications
• Highlighting the significance of additional bandwidth to the success of the warfighter
Other Speakers on Board Represent:
• The Joint Staff J6
• Office of the Undersecretary of Defense, AT&L
• National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• Office of the Secretary of Defense
• Office of International Affairs and Policy
• US Marine Corps
• US STRATCOM

Media Partner: BATTLESPACE Publications

For More Information on Registering:

T: 246 417 5328 | F: 888 844 4901
E: defense@marcusevansbb.com | W: www.marcusevans.com/C4ISR

ON THIS DAY

17 September 1944: Airborne invasion of Holland begins. Allied forces have landed behind enemy lines in Holland at the beginning of a massive operation designed to bring an end to the war in Europe. RAF Lancasters and about 1,000 US Flying Fortress bombers had prepared the way by attacking airfields, German gun positions and barracks. At noon today, thousands of fully equipped troops parachuted down from more than 1,000 aircraft into the Rhine delta and behind enemy lines. RAF Mitchells and Boston Medium bombers, Mosquitoes, Typhoons, Spitfires and American Mustangs and Li

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