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22 - 24 August, 2017 | United States

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Maritime ISR Summit Onsite Agenda

August 22-24, Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, Jacksonville, FL

This event will be an excellent opportunity to take an in-depth look at what the threat environment looks like for agencies in the maritime domain from a variety of perspectives including defense, homeland security, and international. In evaluating those threats we will attempt to determine requirements for the next MPA platform. Take a look at the agenda to find out more!

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Anticipated Attendee List

Don’t miss the opportunity to understand the current and future requirements for Maritime ISR, as DoD, DHS and NATO continue to evolve Maritime Domain Awareness and Security. Here is who we anticipate to be in attendance come August.

Maritime ISR Summit Registration Form

Registration for the Maritime ISR Summit 2017 is easier than ever. Just download this registration form and send it to idga@idga.org with the subject line MISR Registration.

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Present your approving manager with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend the summit this August.

Fast Track Packet

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Whitepapers

Automated Decision BMC2-JISR Support to Time Sensitive Operations

Take a look a the NCIA brief on Airborne C3 and Joint ISR Integration and the need for Decision Support Systems in Time Sensitive Operations.

Find out more about;

  • What systems are NCIA looking to employ to strengthen integration between ISR platforms?
  • Requirements for decision-support systems to aid decision-makers and reduce kill-chain time
  • AWACS as joint force enablers – moving away from single-role platforms into a multi-domain, multi-role network of information systems
  • What are the challenges in developing a multi-role ISR and C2 AWACS?

Fiscal Year 2016 - 2020 Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Information Technology

The following strategy consists of the goals and objectives that C4ISR&IT plans to accomplish over the next five years. By achieving these goals and objectives, we will realize the Commandant’s strategic vision of the future. The goals are purposely broad with the objectives and initiatives focused primarily on a five-year timeframe.

ISR, Maritime Patrol, OPV and UAV Assets in the Arctic: Market Insight and Requirements Report 2016

The High North remains a complex operating environment and both technical shortfalls and equipment shortages mean that operators continue to face substantial information gaps. The Earth’s geometry also hinders Arctic operations, as the orbits of some satellites degrade services at high latitudes. Also, significant magnetic and solar interference degrades high data rate communications, thus limiting domain awareness.

Global Maritime Patrol Aircraft Market Analysis & Forecast Report 2017-2022

A sample of the Global Maritime Patrol Aircraft Market Analysis & Forecast Report 2017-2022, which is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Maritime Patrol Aircraft Market. The report analysis the global market of Maritime Patrol Aircraft by main manufactures and geographic regions.

Global Airborne ISR Platforms & Payloads: Technologies and Market Forecast to 2025

The global Airborne ISR platforms and payloads market is projected to grow to USD 60.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.2% between 2017 and 2025, with new geographic areas and sectors presenting huge opportunities. Sample report by ASD Reports.

Exclusive Content

Latest Technologies in ISR

In our exclusive Maritime ISR: Technological Developments for 2017 and Beyond, we have highlighted some of the lates technologies in ISR to better comprehend the requirements necessary to provide global domain awareness.

2017 Maritime ISR Industry Survey Results

IDGA surveyed those in the Maritime ISR community. We found out what systems or technology they are prioritizing for investments, hurdles they believe the maritime ISR industry/acquisition executives face in their efforts to modernize, and where the future of maritime ISR platforms Investment should be focused, and more!

E-Book Regional Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Developments

This year’s Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance event comes at a particularly important time for much of the world’s maritime powers considering the span of evolving threats. Today, almost no region worldwide is unaffected by a serious security threat at sea. Fishery protection remains a serious concern for most coastlines.

Enhancing Battlespace Awareness with NATO

Major (Ret.) Dr. John Mahaffey, Senior Scientist, Joint ISR Services at NATO Communications and Information Agency further expands on how to help provide additional coverage and intel sharing, force packaging and how it will enhance awareness capabilities through secondary missions, processes and ISR functions that can help to improve the decision making process, critical tools for efficient, effective intelligence decision making and technological advancements.

Maritime ISR Summit Speaker e-Book

Want to know more about the speakers of the Maritime ISR Summit? We have put together this easy to read e-Book that covers our stellar speakers outstanding contributions to this topic and more!

Interviews

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

Interview with Major General Andreas Kraak Commander, NATO Deployable Air Command & Control Centre. What are the current priorities for COMDACCC when it comes to airborne C2/battle management, what have been the biggest areas of progress or success for COMDACCC in recent years, and more!