06 Jan 22. Support Chain Seminar (SCS) – 12-13 January 2022 – “Delivering Support Through Partnering in the Digital Age.”
Don’t forget to book your place at SCS and miss the opportunity to hear, first-hand, how Defence is exploiting exciting new technologies to deliver word-class Support and collaboratively achieve the Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) 2025 Strategy goals.
SCS is a 2-day hybrid event jointly hosted by DE&S and TD-Info. The Seminar will take place, in person, at Aerospace Bristol and live online. Remaining places are limited so please register here to attend. Discounted tickets are available for TD-Info Members and MOD staff can attend free of charge.
We have a packed Programme with senior speakers from across the MOD, industry, and academia including (subject to change):
- Sir Simon Bollom, CEO, DE&S
- Dr Jon Hall, Chairman ,TDI, Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, Babcock International
- Adrian Baguley, MOD DG Strategic Enablers and Deputy CEO, DE&S
- Lt Gen Richard Wardlaw, MOD Chief of Defence Logistics and Support (CDLS)
- Roger West, Dir Logistics and Support Operating Centre (LSOC), DE&S
- Andrew Forzani, MOD Director General Commercial
- RAdm Jim Higham, Director Ships Support, DE&S
- AVM Richard Hill, MOD Strat Com, Dir Support Transformation
- Prof John Erkoyuncu, Cranfield University
- Malcolm Lee, Group Head Innovation and Technology, Babcock International
- Dr Nira Chamberlain, Atkins
- Steve Hyde, Multi Domain Integration Head, Integrated Battlespace Operating Centre, DE&S
Sponsorship and Exhibition opportunities are available, please contact Sue Russell for more information on packages and pricing.
Thank you for event support from Gold Sponsors – Babcock, Appian and Leidos, Silver Sponsors – Palantir, TLMNexus and TVSSCS, Bronze Sponsors – PEGA, IFS, Camcode and RINA. Exhibitors – Allan Webb, Arke, BMT and Whitetree, 4 MOD Teams and Virtual Exhibitors – Oracle and Dassault Systemes. Also thanks to Fujitsu and Kahootz for their continued event support services.
05 Jan 22. Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) postpones annual Supply Chain Event. The NDA has taken the decision to postpone its annual Supply Chain Event, because of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The event was due to take place on 3 February at The International Centre, Telford, and it will be rearranged when it’s suitable to do so. If you have registered for our event, then your booking will be carried over to a future date. We expect to announce a new date shortly. We remain committed to working with and developing our supply chain which is essential in helping us to deliver our decommissioning mission. For further information please contact the event management team at Marick at or call 0161 8777693. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
AOC Europe connects organisations and individuals across government, defence, industry, and academia to promote the exchange of ideas and information, and review the latest advances in electromagnetic and information-related fields. With a history spanning more than 25 years, AOC Europe is the Association of Old Crows’ flagship international event with 70+ manufacturers and 1000+ attendees from 40+ countries coming together to engage, innovate and network and to discuss all things within this dedicated sector.
Our 2022 conference theme:
Integrating Electromagnetic Effects across all Domains
The control of the electromagnetic spectrum is a fundamental requirement in modern warfare in all domains whether land, sea air, space, information or cyber. Systems operating in these domains must be able to communicate, make decisions, share information and take actions in a coordinated, controlled and effective manner using the electromagnetic spectrum.
To achieve and maintain this dominance, electronic warfare, radar, navigation, situational awareness and other information and communication systems require significant levels of integration and interoperability across all types of platforms and in all domains. Innovative integrated systems requirements, applications and enabling technologies will be considered from intelligence data gathering, analysis and data fusion through to the deployment of countermeasures and other actions that use the electromagnetic spectrum.
For more details on exhibiting/sponsoring, submitting a paper or attending the event visit www.aoceurope.org