Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance 2014
Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance, 29 September to 1 October in Rome Italy is the only European community event dedicated to the requirements of Maritime Domain Awareness experts around the globe.
With over 30 conference sessions the international event brings together key military and industry contacts in the sector for a 3 day meeting each year to discuss operational feedback and capability gaps.
Learn about current problems in achieving domain awareness
Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance gets to the heart of the challenges encountered by Navies, as their task of monitoring, policing and interdicting vessels is made increasingly difficult by the increasingly complex tactics and vessels employed by hostile forces. Hear about gaps in capabilities discovered during recent operations and the requirements these Navies now face.
Engage with military commanders re capabilities & requirements
The conference represents an unrivalled opportunity to not only listen to senior military commanders about the future of their fleets, but also interact with them on a one-to-one basis. Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance 2013 attracted over 150 representatives from 20 different nations. The 2014 conference includes those from new nations such as Malaysia, Nigeria, Iceland and Cape Verde.
Explore and collaborate on future modernisation strategies
The event’s interactive panel discussion and networking sessions ensures that there is a two-way discussion between military and industry on the future direction of patrol aircraft. The reconnaissance and surveillance community will debate the best modernisation strategies going forward.
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The 10th annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance conference will analyse the latest developments from a variety of international operations.
Topics include Operation Unified Protector, Operation Ocean Shield and Operation Atalanta, regional efforts in the Gulf of Guinea, West Africa and the South China Sea.
Attendees will be able to apply these lessons to their own maritime patrol units. They will also be able to assess the utility of organic ISR capabilities to vessel commanders and how to best employ these assets to enhance maritime domain awareness and compliment the use of fixed wing aircraft.
MRS attendees will have the opportunity to understand the latest efforts to improve data fusion and dissemination to facilitate greater domain awareness and improve decision making within their chain of command in presentations from the EU Commission, AFRICOM, US Naval Forces Europe-Africa, Cape Verde and NUR.
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