10 - 12 March, 2020 | The Hurlingham Club, London, United Kingdom

Main Conference Day One

8:00 am - 8:50 am Registration and Welcome Breakfast

8:50 am - 9:00 am Chairman's Welcome Remarks

9:00 am - 9:30 am Transformation in the UK's ISTAR Programme

•    The transformative role of the Protector fleet
•    Operational readiness of the P8
•    RAF ISTAR force in future, denied and hostile airborne environments

9:30 am - 10:00 am Four Star Lead Partner Keynote from Raytheon

Sponsors:
Raytheon
Sponsored by Raytheon


How do we balance our force structure and capabilities to ensure that we can penetrate and persist in a highly contested, peer environment, whilst maintaining our advantage in humanitarian/peace operations or permissive, counter-terror or insurgency missions?

Implications for aircraft acquisitions:

•    A light ISR aircraft need for permissive environments?
•    A move away from exquisite or ‘big wing’ aircraft?
•    The relevance of AEW&C aircraft?
•    Adoption of unmanned, or manned-unmanned networks of aircraft?
Group Captain Roberto Da Cunha Follador, Head, Brazilian Aeronautical Commission in Europe
Air Commodore Ian Gale, Assistant Chief of Staff Capability Development C2ISR, HQ Air Command
Major General Andreas Kraak, Special Assistant COM AIRCOM for Multi Domain C2, NATO DACCC

Mr Matt Roper, Chief, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, at NATO Communications and Information Agency

Mr Matt Roper

Chief, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance,
NATO Communications and Information Agency

Major General Andreas Kraak, Commander at NATO Deployable Air Command & Control Centre

Major General Andreas Kraak

Commander
NATO Deployable Air Command & Control Centre

10:50 am - 11:30 am Morning Coffee and Expo Tours

11:25 am - 11:55 am Strategic C5ISR Procurement For A Complex Future

•    Italian C5ISR acquisition priorities today and tomorrow
•    Army, Air and Naval strategic C5ISR assets


11:55 am - 12:25 pm L3 Keynote


12:25 pm - 12:55 pm Fixed Wing, Rotary & Unmanned Aircraft Capability Mix For National & Regional ISR

•    Royal Jordanian Air Force aerial ISR assets today and future plans
•    Core priorities for the Air Force nationally and as part of a regional coalition
•    Outlining the optimum capability mix for ISR operations in permissive and no-permissive, contested and contested aerial environments

Colonel Yanal F Sajaja, Director, Air Reconnaissance & Electronic Warfare at Royal Jordanian Air Force

Colonel Yanal F Sajaja

Director, Air Reconnaissance & Electronic Warfare
Royal Jordanian Air Force

12:25 pm - 12:55 pm Globaleye – Strategic Asset Providing Information Superiority

Sponsors:
Saab AB
•    Sharpening the OODA loop
•    Feedback from users



12:55 pm - 1:55 pm Lunch and Networking

Early Warning & C2

1:55 pm - 2:25 pm Early Warning Advantage In The Asia Pacific
•    E-2D Advanced Hawkeye procurement programme: extended sensor coverage and data links
•    JASDF requirements for ISR and strategic early warning assets
•    Unique challenges associated with monitoring in the Asia Pacific

Colonel Kensuke Fujihata, Weapon System Program Division, Defense Planning & Policy Department at Japan Air Self Defense Force

Colonel Kensuke Fujihata

Weapon System Program Division, Defense Planning & Policy Department
Japan Air Self Defense Force

Early Warning & C2

2:35 pm - 2:50 pm Special Missions Aircraft Overview – Why The Platform Matters



Richard Nevitt, Director of Government Business Development & Capture at Gulfstream

Richard Nevitt

Director of Government Business Development & Capture
Gulfstream

Early Warning & C2

2:25 pm - 2:55 pm NZDF Strategic Airborne C2 Assets
•    The RNZAF P-8 project
•    Current P-3K2 operations
•    NZDF C4ISR working group priorities

Wing Commander Glen Graham, C4ISR Working Group Lead, Capability Branch at New Zealand Defence Force

Wing Commander Glen Graham

C4ISR Working Group Lead, Capability Branch
New Zealand Defence Force

Sensor Fusion & ISR Technology - Hosted by Raytheon

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm R&D Strategy For Future ROK Intelligence Capabilities
•    ADD focus on Airborne ISR today and tomorrow
•    Major challenges in developing systems that can support future warfighting needs
•    Priority areas and investment into disruptive technology like AI

Dr Sanghee Kim, Director of ISR at Korean Agency for Defense Development

Dr Sanghee Kim

Director of ISR
Korean Agency for Defense Development

Sensor Fusion & ISR Technology - Hosted by Raytheon

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Raytheon’s Five Critical Technology Enablers For MDC2
Sponsors:
Raytheon
•    Open systems architecture
•    High-speed secure network
•    Multi-sensor data fusion
•    AI and machine learning
•    Resilient systems and GPS


Sensor Fusion & ISR Technology - Hosted by Raytheon

3:00 pm - 12:00 am Disruptive Technology In C2 And ISR
What are the impact of disruptive technologies such as hypersonics and artificial intelligence on airborne ISR and C2, particularly relating to decision-making, time/space compression and the OODA loop?
Dr Dirk Zimper, Director, Defence Research at German Aerospace Center

Dr Dirk Zimper

Director, Defence Research
German Aerospace Center

Dr Sanghee Kim, Director of ISR at Korean Agency for Defense Development

Dr Sanghee Kim

Director of ISR
Korean Agency for Defense Development

3:45 pm - 4:15 pm Afternoon Tea and Networking

4:30 pm - 12:00 am Presentation from ViaSat

5:00 pm - 5:30 pm Next Generation Intelligence, Surveillance, And Reconnaissance Dominance Flight Plan

•    The core principals and priorities of the USAF ISR Flight Plan
•    The integration of disruptive technologies into the ISR ecosystem
•    The Artificial Intelligence race and global threats to ISR dominance today



Wing Commander Marc Jamieson, USAF A2 at RAF

Wing Commander Marc Jamieson

USAF A2
RAF

5:30 pm - 12:00 am Presentation from IAI Elta

Sponsors:
IAI Elta Systems



Mr Matt Roper, Chief, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, at NATO Communications and Information Agency

Mr Matt Roper

Chief, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance,
NATO Communications and Information Agency

6:05 pm - 7:35 pm Saab Cocktail Reception