Enabling Multi-Domain Integration - From Collection to Exploitation

C2ISR Week brings together Defence IQ’s market-leading Airborne, Land and Maritime C2ISR conferences. Its comprehensive 5-day programme - supported by a week-long networking cycle - offers a specific day of content on each of those three domains, in addition to two combined days designed to drive forward the multi-domain integration of C2 & ISR.

Featuring panels, presentations and brand new closed-door discussion groups, the online conference will be unique in pulling together professionals from across the services and joint staffs, whilst also uniting those responsible for intelligence collection and analysis with those who exploit intelligence operationally.

C2ISR Week will be the first conference in Europe to work to the mission statement of unifying service-level approaches to multi and joint-all domain C2. That unity of effort is essential to delivering domain integration in practice. Topics of discussion will include: AI, cloud computing, ASW, tactical ISR for special forces, unmanned systems, airborne early warning and future command structures.


WHY C2ISR WEEK?

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Streamline service-level approaches to multi-domain and joint-all domain command and control

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Integrate space and cyberspace to enhance situational awareness and deliver decision advantage across domains

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Transform core and deployed joint networks and deliver connectivity and information security in the contested theatre of operations

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Understand the C2 and ISR requirements of any force, operating any platform, supported by any sensor, in any domain

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Adapt and enable the ISR platform via a multi-domain, multi-sensor approach to capability design and delivery

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Enable the joint warfighter by reducing the cognitive burden, leveraging autonomy to deliver mission-critical intelligence, on time, every time

2021 Keynotes Include:

Connecting the dots: Maritime ISR from the seabed to space

In this exclusive interactive infographic, discover what operational challenges, limitations and successes former J2 for the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (2013-2016), Rear Admiral Paul Becker faced related to ISR, from the seabed to space.