Over the past few years, maritime intelligence gathering and ISR capabilities have returned to the forefront of the defence industry. National maritime agencies are increasingly seeking to optimise their fleets and capabilities to address the challenges arriving from the surrounding seas. This can be illustrated in the multilateral coalition operation to address the migration crisis in the Mediterranean or with the Nordic response to climate change and the receding ice cap.
In an attempt to provide solutions to these challenges, Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology will cover a wide range of topics such as unmanned maritime system technology, intelligence gathering, C4ISR, AIS system technology, interoperability and system integration, and space-based surveillance. What differentiates our conference from other events in the industry is our keen and deliberate focus on space-based surveillance and space-based global maritime awareness. For the third year in a row, we have partnered with C-Sigma, an enterprise that “fosters wider cooperation and exchange in the use of and access to satellite-based maritime surveillance information at global level.”
Benefits of attending:
- Features high ranking military officials involved with the enhancement of naval surveillance programmes
- Learn how nations including Italy, the UK, France, Germany, Canada and the USA are developing their maritime ISR capabilities through space-based and unmanned surveillance technologies
- Get to the heart of challenges faced by maritime forces through focused briefings, discussions and networking
- Highlighting the importance of technology to collect and disseminate information to major operators at sea