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  1. 1. Direct, Collect, Analyse and Disseminate Main Conference Days: 22nd - 23rd March 2011 Pre-conference Workshop: 21st March 2011 Location: America Square Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom Register andpayby 14thJanuary2011 andreceiveup to£250 off Researched & developed by:Sponsors: General/Flag Officer1* and abovego for free(see back pagefor details) Our expert speakers include: Colonel John Fitzgerald, Senior Staff Officer, Intelligence Policy, NATO HQ Colonel Gordon Reid, A3 Aviation Patrol and Transport (APT), Canadian Air Force Colonel Vincenzo Sicuso, COE UAS, Italian Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Eberhard Knölker, Euro Hawk Programme Manager,Air Staff, German Luftwaffe Major J. (Koos) Willemsen, Commander 101RPV Battery, Royal Netherlands Army Captain Jussi Halemtoja, Gripen Test Pilot, Royal Swedish Air Force Dr P S Krishnan, Director Aeronautical Development Establishment, Defence Research and Development Organisation, Ministry of Defence, India Mr Antonio Russo, UAVS Programme Manager, NAMSA-NATO Mr David Traore, UAV Test & Evaluation, DGA, French MoD HALF-DAY WORKSHOP 21st March 2011 - 13:20 to 16:20 Open Source Data: specific lessons across platforms - laying the groundwork for the event Led by Hawk International, participants in this workshop will learn more about the application of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) resources and methodologies. With increasing attention being paid to OSINT as a pragmatic toolkit for business, the workshop will focus in Part One on the methodologies, skills and resources of OSINT as applied to the defence business in general. Part Two will focus on the application of OSINT to the air surveillance and reconnaissance field, showing how raw information can be turned into actionable business intelligence - for instance, in market analysis or competitive landscaping. This course will set the scene for the event from a business perspective vital to today’s Air ISR Programme Manager and chief Aquisition Officer. Workshop Leader: Mr Tim Mahon, Senior Consultant, Hawk ISM At Air Surveillance & Reconnaissance 2011 you will: Learn from a comprehensive 360° examination of current and future Air ISR procurement priorities from around the world including the Eurohawk, MC12, King Air, CP140 and Griffen. Examine how these platforms offer commands on the ground the timely and accurate information they need for all ground operations Take home exclusive insight into where existing military Air ISR platforms can be integrated through both platform specific and independent solutions - and through further developing standards in both radar and optics technologies. This will include developments for information exploitation, maximisation of data analysis and data formatting Participate in interactive NATO led panel discussions on both the future of UAVs and the question of Air ISR integration. These sessions will facilitate a freer and more candid discussion of the future challenges facing those in the Air ISR community Have an opportunity to benchmark your current capabilities next to international Air ISR procurement and through life managers. Network with major AIR ISR leaders from: the US, Canada, India, Brazil, Germany, France and the UK amongst others +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301 defence@iqpc.co.uk www.asarcevent.com Major General Blair E. Hansen, Deputy Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance; Deputy Director, National Intelligence Coordination Center and Deputy Director, Defense Intelligence Operational Coordination Center, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C, US Air Force Keynote speakers: Major General J. Y. (Yvan) Blondin, OMM, CD, Commander of the 1st Canadian Air Division, Commander of the Canadian NORAD Region and Combined Forces Air Component Commander, Canadian Air Force Air ISR Cyber Security Lieutenant Colonel Sukardi Salazi, Head of Strategic Policy Research, Cyber Security Malaysia (TARDEC), Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation (MOSTI) Future Use of Military UAVs in Civillian Air Space MajorAntonio Crespo, Operational Coordinator, Chief ofACCBS, CINDACTAI, BrazilianAir Force Plus two spotlight sessions: “We are involved in this conference because we are only currently scratching at the surface of potential applications for this technology as resources and capability to do these tasks are limited and expensive.” John Moreland,General Secretary, UAVS Association
  2. 2. Sponsors L-3 WESCAM’s MX-Series is a modular family of turreted EO/IR/ Laser surveillance and targeting systems. The series offers: 1080p imaging resolution * up to 20 KG Installed Weight Savings * 24/7 EO Imaging * Increased Range & Haze Penetration * Ability to Steer, Point & Track to Targets with ease. WESCAM’s Customer Service: 24 hour technical support, MX- Raid Diagnostic testing, Worldwide Service Centers (WSC’s) and a team of highly skilled Field Service Representatives (FSR’s) all work together to ensure customers have access to the information and support they need to keep operations successful. Certifications include: AS9100 and ISO 9001 CAE AVIATION is a Luxembourg company founded in 1971 with a share capital of 800.000 € and an annual turnover of €13 Million. It has a staff of more than 80 employees, operating 14 single and multi-engine aircraft shared between three departments. 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For more information, visit www.hawkerbeechcraft.com About Defence IQ Defenceiq.com is a global online community that provides the defence community with information regarding current military and defence issues. Defenceiq.com offers thought leadership resources such as interviews and presentations, as well as online webinars. Join Defenceiq.com and get access to exclusive interviews and event presentations plus you can network with new contacts made onsite; find new business opportunities and access strategic resources on-line. Dear Colleague, As you are all too aware, the goal of air surveillance and reconnaissance is to give a command on the ground the information they requested or needed in a timely and coherent manner. The need for this has grown exponentially over the last decade. Indeed, in 2009 there were 18,898 air surveillance missions over Afghanistan alone, in September 2010 there were 11,229. Air ISR systems and platforms are in chronic demand. However, individual assets need to be fully integrated and analysed so that intelligence can be effectively disseminated and acted on in real time. The global market for UAVs alone is predicted to top $80Bn over the next ten years and, following high profile capability gaps, the manned air surveillance market is booming. The integration of the command, control and analysis of information functions through varying platforms and systems has jumped to the forefront of the agenda. I would like to invite you to the world’s foremost event for air ISR requirements managers as well as operators and developers of air ISR technology and platforms. The symposium is now in its 8th successive year and if you were not at the 2010 event, you will have missed excellent presentations and discussions on topics ranging from Global Hawk to imagery exploitation. We welcomed high profile delegates from the UK MoD, the USAF, French MOD & DGA, Swedish FMV, German MoD, NATO - NAMSA and HQ, the Singaporean Air Force, the Egyptian and South African MoDs. This year, the event will bring together decision makers from over ten countries including: the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Brazil, India, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Sweden. The energy and dedication from all participants this year has been exceptional. I am pleased to announce a fresh agenda with a new cast of panel members in a new and innovative format. NATO led panel discussions on all ISR platform types and key requirement managers will ensure the event is probing, insightful and interactive. I am particularly delighted to welcome Major General Blondin, Commander of the Canadian 1st Division and NORAD Region and welcome back Major General Hansen,now Deputy Commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance - to the event. I would like to take this opportunity to thank both them and all speakers for their valuable contributions. I look forward to welcoming you in London. Phelim Rowe, Production Director, IQPC International Sponsorship Opportunities Three easy ways to get involved 1. Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers and decision makers from across the globe, Defence IQ events enable you to build your reputation as a market leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject specific conference streams, workshops and focus days. 2. Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities for on-site branding and exposure. Furthermore,our dedicated marketing team can help you achieve your promotional aims in the months leading up to the conference with dedicated mailings to cover 50,000 contacts through brochure drops, extensive e-mail campaigns and tailored web coverage. 3. Featured Networking Events: Focused and high level, our events will provide you with the perfect environment to initiate new business relationships and achieve face to face contact that overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver. Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibition stands to sponsored lunches, cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a host of informal social networking events. For further details, or to discuss which option is best for your organisation, please call Ola Jonsson at +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 or e-mail enquire@defenceiq.com Media partners: “We’re involved because the current operational mindset has significantly changed and the need for surveillance and reconnaissance has become a necessity while employing our own Forces both domestically and abroad. ASARC 2011 allows countries to demonstrate current and future ISR employment, concerns and operational commitments around the globe.” Major General J. Y. Blondin, OMM, Commander of the 1st Canadian Air Division, CD Official Media Partner Developed by the AirForces Monthly team, AirForces Intelligence has been designed for military analysts, defence and research industry professionals enabling users to analyse its comprehensive online multi-service air arms database. Continually updated by its global network of correspondents, it provides a unique insight into the world’s air forces providing an introduction, ORBAT and an inventory for over 380 air arms in 199 countries. Visit www.AirForcesIntel.com for more information. Geta head start WORKSHOP: 2IST MARCH 20II, 13:20 - 16:20 OPEN SOURCE DATA: SPECIFIC LESSONS ACCROSS PLATFORMS - LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR THE EVENT 13.00 Registration 13.10 Workshop Leader’s Welcome and Opening Speech 13.20 WORKSHOP Part A - Methodologies, Skills and Resources of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Led by Hawk International, participants in this workshop will learn more about the application of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) resources and methodologies. With increasing attention being paid to OSINT as a pragmatic toolkit for business, the workshop will focus in Part One on the methodologies, skills and resources of OSINT as applied to the defence business in general. 14.40 Networking Coffee Break 15.20 WORKSHOP Part B - Application of OSINT to the Air Surveillance and Reconnaissance Field’V Part Two will focus on the application of OSINT to the air surveillance and reconnaissance field, showing how raw information can be turned into actionable business intelligence - for instance, in market analysis or competitive landscaping. This course will set the scene for the event from a business perspective vital to today’s Air ISR Programme Manager and Chief Aquisition Officer. 16.20 Close “Aerial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities are crucial to coalition operations both in conflict and in response to natural disaster. It is incumbent on the U.S. and allied nations to ensure future ISR systems are interoperable with one another, flexible in responding to a multitude of problem sets, and inclusive of a variety of collection methodologies. Forums like this are essential to fostering the dialogue that gets us there.” Major General Blair Hansen, USAF - Deputy Commander, Joint Functional Component Command Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JFCC-ISR) Deputy Director, Defense Intelligence Operations Coordination Center (DIOCC)
  3. 3. DAY ONE: Tuesday 22nd March 20II 10.30 Networking Coffee Break SECTION 1 - UAVs 10.50 PANEL DISCUSSION - IS THERE A ‘FINAL FRONTIER’ FOR UAV SURVEILLANCE & RECONNAISSANCE? AN ANALYSIS OF TESTING, EVALUATION AND FUTURE DESIGN There is not yet a standard type of UAV. As more countries develop their own or are in the market to test and evaluate already existing platforms, is it time the questions were asked - is there an end goal or ‘final frontier’ for UAV surveillance and reconnaissance or have they emerged as multifunctional as manned aircraft? What is current testing and evaluation revealing about future trends and current usages? After current theatre operations come to a close, can UAVs be adapted for the challenges of the future - be they future military operations or security and how can they be work alongside civilian airspace? Mr Antonio Russo, UAVS Programme Manager, NAMSA-NATO Mr John Moreland, Chairman, UAVS Association Dr Al Savvaris, Lecturer and Business Fellow in Dynamics, Simulation and Control Group, Autonomous Vehicle Dynamics, Cranfield University UK Mr David Traore, UAV Test & Evaluation, DGA, French MoD 11.40 THE ISRAELI AIR FORCE’S UAV SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME – THE PANTHER • An overview of the Israeli Air Force’s work with air surveillance & reconnaissance platforms • The revolutionary Panther and mini-Panther UAVs • The future of UAV surveillance • Integration of air surveillance & reconnaissance platforms and technology – the link to satellite observation Israeli Air Force representative confirmed - awaiting clearance SPOTLIGHT 13.30 MILITARY UAV & AIR ISR - A FUTURE IN CIVILIAN AIRSPACE? - THE BRAZILIAN EXAMPLE Developments in UAV and Air ISR are rapidly spanning both the military and civilian sectors. It is vital that we cast our eyes over new and innovative ways of ensuring the two compliment each other and are effectively managed. Brazil has long had four distinct air space sectors for both military and civilian air craft (CINDACTAs) and have made significant advances in air space managment. • Progress and new ideas from CINDACTA I (Integrated Air Traffic Control and Air Defence Centre I) • SISCONFULX - Distributed decision support system applied to tactical air traffic flow management • Lessons for other militaries’ Air ISR platforms - Will integrated air defence centres be the future? Major Antonio Crespo, Operational Coordinator, Chief of ACCBS, CINDACTA I, Brazilian Air Force 13.10 Networking Lunch 14.10 CURRENT ITALIAN UAS CAPABILITIES: INCLUDING THE PREDATOR ISR OPERATIONS • Predator ISR capabilities - an overview • Technical insight and further exploration • Operational feedback and lessons learned Colonel Vincenzo Sicuso, COE UAS, Italian Air Force 14.50 Networking Coffee Break 15.20 ENHANCING AIR SURVEILLANCE THROUGH UAS SIGINT: LOOKING AT INDIA’S NISHANT UAV • Responding to changing operational requirements with the development of RUSTOM, LAKSHYA and NISHANT • Operationalising NISHANT with the test Wankel Engine • Time advantage in launch and recovery: Using the Mobile Hydro-Pneumatic Launcher (MHPL) system and parachute recovery • Comparing NISHANT with the DRS RQ-15 Neptune used by the US Navy Dr P S Krishnan, Director Aeronautical Development Establishment, Defence Research and Development Organisation, Ministry of Defence, India 16.00 THE GERMAN MEDIUM ALTITUDE (MALE) UAV PROGRAMME • The MALE Interim Solution HERON 1: Programme aspects • Lessons learned from operations • Technical aspects: Synthetic aperture radar, satellite data links and data exploitation • The SAATEG-MALE Initial Equipment Project • The long-term procurement strategy Lieutenant Colonel Eberhard Knölker, Euro Hawk Programme Manager, Air Staff, German Luftwaffe 16.40 AIRBORNE SENSOR TURRETS • Evolution and definition of the sensor turret • The sensors themselves • The way ahead – technology and application Michael J. Gething, Editor, Jane’s Electro-Optic Systems 08.30 Registration and Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Speech 09.10 KEYNOTE SPEECH - THE FUTURE OF US AIR ISR REQUIREMENTS Major General Hansen’s commands have included a fighter squadron, group and wing to include the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing at Balad Air Base, Iraq. He held staff assignments at the Combined Forces Command in Seoul, South Korea, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. Prior to assuming his current position, General Hansen was Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Capabilities, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Headquarters U.S. Air Force. General Hansen is a command pilot with more than 3,500 hours in fighter aircraft, including 110 combat missions. Major General Blair E. Hansen, Deputy Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance; Deputy Director, National Intelligence Coordination Center and Deputy Director, Defense Intelligence Operational Coordination Center, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, D.C., US Air Force 09.50 KEYNOTE SPEECH – THE FUTURE OF AIR ISR REQUIREMENTS - THE CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE Major General Blondin’s Command appointments include Commanding Officer of the Canadian Operational Force in Aviano, Italy, supporting the NATO forces in the former Yugoslavia, Commanding Officer of 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron in Bagotville and Wing Commander of 3 Wing Bagotville. In 2006, he served in Kabul, Afghanistan, as Director of Staff in ISAF Headquarters for a six-month rotation. After deployment, Major-General Blondin was assigned Deputy Commander Force Generation at 1 Canadian Air Division. Appointed to his present rank in June 2009, Major- General Blondin continues at 1 Canadian Air Division as Commander Major General J.Y. (Yvan) Blondin, OMM, CD, Commander of the 1st Canadian Air Division, Commander of the Canadian NORAD Region and Combined Forces Air Component Commander, Canadian Air Force +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301 defence@iqpc.co.uk www.asarcevent.com
  4. 4. DAY TWO: Wednesday 23rd March 20II 14.50 Networking Coffee Break 15.20 PANEL DISCUSSION - CAN AIR ISR BE EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATED? Land-based air surveillance and reconnaissance platforms and technology are developing rapidly. There is a risk that separate components will develop at different rates across different standards. Is it possible to link them all and if so, how? Is there an inherent need for all in one systems from the start or is there a role for software integration, tactical data links (TDLs) or platform autonomous systems? Colonel John Fitzgerald, Senior Staff Officer, Intelligence Policy, NATO HQ Major Ronald Glovach, USAF, AEW & Control SME, C4 ISTAR Branch, Joint Air Power Competence Centre Further panel members awaiting clearance 16.00 DELIVERING INTELLIGENCE THROUGH AIR ISR TO THE SOLDIER ON THE GROUND – ROYAL NETHERLANDS ARMY, JOINT ISTAR COMMAND • Overview of JISTARC aerial systems • Influence of joint and military aviation requirements • Operational deployment, integration and lessons learned • Future developments Major J. (Koos) Willemsen, Commander 101RPV Battery, Royal Netherlands Army 16.40 THE GRIPEN NG - EFFECTIVELY UTILISING AIR ISR FROM THE PILOTS PERSPECTIVE - THINKING ABOUT NON-TRADITIONAL ISR • Key global requirements for next generation fighter platforms • The capabilities of the Gripen NG • Upgrade plans for the weapons/avionics/sensors • Future plans for the Swedish Air Force Gripen fleet Captain Jussi Halemtoja, Gripen Test Pilot, Royal Swedish Air Force 17.20 Closing Remarks and End of Conference +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301 defence@iqpc.co.uk www.asarcevent.com Free online resources: Visit www.asarcevent.com now and download, for free, a variety of resources such as articles, videos, podcasts, presentations. SPOTLIGHT 17.20 CYBER SECURITY: MILITARY UAV & ISR SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE Increased interconnectivity between Air ISR platforms and systems has vastly improved the performance and quality of information collected and, in many cases, disseminated to commands on the ground. However, this has left many platforms open to interception and possible future subversion though cyber attack. Cyber Security Malaysia has a unique perspective; defending Air ISR systems which carry out tasks ranging between border control and water supply monitoring. This spotlight presentation will address: • Defending against interception and subversion • Software anomalies - inherent pre-programming problems? • Air surveillance and reconnaissance and denial of service attacks Lieutenant Colonel Sukardi Salazi, Head of Strategic Policy Research, Cyber Security Malaysia (TARDEC), Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation (MOSTI) 18.00 Chairman’s Close DAY TWO: Wednesday 23rd March 20II 08.30 Registration and Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome SECTION 2 - RADAR, SENSORS & OBSERVATIONAL CAPABILITY 09.10 JSTARS - STILL SHINING. POINTING TO THE FUTURE OF RADAR • AN / APY 7 Target Radar - Advancing the battlefield beyond actual localities • Prime mission equipment - Communications / datalink (COMM/DLX) and operations and control (O&C) subsystems • An inherent ability to find dismounted targets Major Mark Holmes, Deputy Director, 116 ACW/XP, USAF 09.50 HIGH DEFINITION TOOLS FOR AGSR • Description of latest HD sensors • Roadmap for future EOIR systems • Actual videos of anti-narcotics/piracy/smuggling/illegal-immigration • Cost effectiveness of Civilian Contracted ISR Services George J. DeCock, Director, International EO/IR Sensors, L-3 Communications, Wescam Luc Audoore, AGSR Operations Manager, CAE Aviation 10.30 Networking Coffee Break 11.00 SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR AND SMALL UAVs • What is SAR? MTI? What can and cannot be done? • Platforms, scalability and detection ranges • FMCW SAR: Small, efficient but capable on a UAV • Mm-wave Space-borne High Resolution SAR Professor Peter Hoogeboom, Senior Adviser Radar, The Hague and Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands 11.40 SUPPORTING THE EU IN CSFP AND CSDP: THE MISSION OF THE EU Satellite CENTRE • GEOINT/IMINT support to an evolving EU security and defence policy • Employment of European, national and international earth observation sensors • Current and future challenges from the EUSC’s operational world Mr Pascal Legai, Deputy Director, European Satellite Centre 12.20 Networking Lunch SECTION 3 - MANNED SURVEILLANCE AIRCRAFT & ISR INTEGRATION 13.30 EXPANDING MISSION ROLES FOR KING AIR IN THE IRREGULAR WARFARE ISR ARENA • Attributes of the King Air 350ER ISR platform • Recent operational feedback • Manned versus unmanned ISR • King Air 350ER ISR development roadmap Mr Terry Harrell, Vice President Special Missions, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation 14.10 INTEGRATION OF MANNED AND UNMANNED SYSTEMS • Explaining the rise in popularity of Full Motion Video - FMV - using the CP140 as a case study • Are UAVs complimentary to manned Air ISR platforms? • Does increased Air ISR capability naturally put a ‘T’ in ISR? Colonel Gordon Reid, A3 Aviation Patrol and Transport (APT), Canadian Air Force Continued from Day 1
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