SMi Group's Military Flight Training 2014 conference

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PLUS AN INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
24th September 2014, Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK
Simulation and Learning Technologies – Developing your Enterprise Strategy
Hosted by Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd.
8.30am - 12.30pm
NEW FOR 2014
• Hear presentations on the practical
experiences and challenges faced by key
speakers and opinion leaders in Military
Flight Training
• Analyse how different organisations and
nations provide flight training and what can
be learned through international cooperation
• Evaluate the different viewpoints on
synthetic training and assess the options
available in full, part-task, and integrated &
constructed simulations
• Understand the evolution of pilot training on
rotary, fixed wing and UAS aircraft and the
increasing role of human factors in pilot
training
• Gain insight into future skill requirements of
pilots for flight training programmes
EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Flight Lieutenant Paul Heasman, Training Officer,
C Flt, RAF Valley
Colonel Lance Bunch, Commander,
80th Flying Training Wing, US Air Force
Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education
Programs, Air Combat Training School, Swedish
Armed Forces
Major General Christian Badia, (designated)
Commander (from 3rd July),
European Air Transport Command
Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training,
No 22 (Training) Group, UK MoD
Captain Gunnar Borch (ret’d), Associate,
Former General Manager of the NATO Airlift
Management Agency, Allied Support Services
International Group Inc.
Lieutenant Commander Frank Muller, Program
Manager Training Media, NH90 Project Office,
Netherlands MoD Directorate of Material
SMi presents its 3rd annual conference on...
22nd -23rd
SEPT
2014Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK
Military Flight
Training
www.militaryflight-training.com
BOOK BY 30TH MAY AND SAVE £300 / BOOK BY 30TH JUNE AND SAVE £100
Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
“Very interesting topics and excellent speakers”
– Italian Air Force delegate 2013
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MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES:
Are you interested in promoting your
defence services to a targeted industry
sector? SMi offer tailored marketing
packages so that your association /
publication can gain access to a global
market and key decision makers in the
defence market.
Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing
on +44 20 7827 6106, or
email: spatel@smi-online.co.uk
• RAF Flight Training Instructors
• Defence Analysts
• Airborne Researchers
• Airspace Mission Planning Officers
• Air Capability Managers
• Approach and Landing Systems
Branch Officers
• Aviation Academics
• Guidance and Control Engineers
• Airlift Staff Officers
• Operations Consultants
• Combined Air Operations Managers
• Cap TA SO2 Mission Enablers
• Joint Force Air Component
Command Officers
• Flight Test Engineers
• Avionics Support Team Managers
• Aviation Scientists
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Register online at: www.militaryflight-training.com • Alternatively fa
Military Flight Training
Day One | Monday 22nd September 2014 www.militaryflight-training.com
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM,
Environmental Tectonics Corporation
FLIGHT TRAINING PART 1
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
9.10 UKMFTS Programme Update
• Programme Vision
• The Requirement to Change
• Programme Update
• Fixed Wing Training
Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training, No 22
(Training) Group, UK MoD
9.50 The Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training (ENJJPT) Program
• Four distinct training phases to support the NATO program
• Producing combat pilots for NATO allies
• Training using the T-6A Texan II Aircraft
• The benefits of the ENJJPT Program - lower cost, better
training environment, enhanced standardization and
interoperability
Colonel Lance Bunch, Commander, 80th Flying Training Wing,
US Air Force
10.30 Morning Coffee
10.50 GUSTA - the first Global Unmanned Systems Training
Academy
• The Academy Overview
• Operator Selection
• Training & Simulation
• The Product
• Currency & Competency
Michael Davidson, Managing Director, AV8 UAS Solutions Ltd.
SIMULATION TRAINING PART 1
11.30 Military Flight Simulators - a World overview
• Numbers of Military Simulators worldwide
• Locations
• Aircraft Roles
• Costs of simulation compared to aircraft training
• Procurement of simulators and training aids - Conventional
and Private Finance
• The Future
Ian W Strachan, ex UK MoD Flight Simulation Office, Editor,
European Training & Simulation Association (ETSA) News
12.10 Networking Lunch
13.30 All but War is Synthetic?
• What is Real and What is Synthetic in Training?
• The Live/Synthetic Balance Debate
• The Impact of Technological Change - Towards 100% Real
Training?
Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd.
5TH GENERATION FIGHTER TRAINING
14.10 Fast Jet Training for 4th/5th Generation Fighter Aircrafts
• Hawk TMk2 Capabilities in Practice
• Transition to Steady State Training
• Lessons Identified
Wing Commander Dan Beard, OC IV R Squadron, RAF Valley
14.50 Afternoon Tea
HUMAN FACTORS AND FUTURE SKILL REQUIREMENTS
15.10 5th generation Aircraft and the digital era students: do we
have to change the training methods?
• The Swedish experience and concept for training fighter
pilots - Are we doing it right? – 10 years of experience of
basic flight training for 4th gen fighter pilot
• Future requirements
• Downloading or not (from 4/5th gen fighter to phase 3/4)
Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education Programs, Air
Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces
15.50 What Will It Mean to Fly in the Age of Cyber-Humanism?
• Paradigm shift in flight control: analogies and lessons
• Virtual and augmented reality for the human system
interface
• Autonomous vehicles and team level autonomy
• Role of humans in command and control
• Implications for training
Randall W. Hill, Executive Director, Institute for Creative
Technologies, University of Southern California
PANEL DISCUSSION
16.30 Live vs. Synthetic – how far can we go?
• Advantages and Disadvantages of using Live Simulation
• Finding the right balance
• How far can we go? What is within reason?
Moderator:
Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM,
Environmental Tectonics Corporation
Panel Members:
Hashim Hassan, Principal Analyst, Air and Weapon Systems,
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education Programs, Air
Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces
Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd.
Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training, No 22
(Training) Group, UK MoD
17.10 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
ax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711
Day Two | Tuesday 23rd September 2014
Supported by
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM,
Environmental Tectonics
FLIGHT TRAINING PART 2
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
9.10 4 Sqn: Cutting Edge Technology, Cutting Edge Instruction
• Instructor Training Overview
• Advanced Mission Planning and Debrief
• Synthetic/Live fly interaction
• Aircrew Performance Coaching
Flight Lieutenant Paul Heasman, Training Officer, C Flt, RAF
Valley
9.50 Flight training in the US Military
• Historical Perspective
• USAF Training Evolution
• USN Training
• US Army Training
• USCG Training
• Civilian Training Comparison
Maj. Gen. George Harrison USAF (Ret), Principal Research
Engineer, Georgia Tech Research Institute
10.30 Morning Coffee
10.50 IRIS - Integrated Reachback Information Systems: Support
Techniques and New Training Modules in Aviation
Management and Complex Processes
• Support techniques during complex missions
• Logistics and strategic planning
• Training modules at UBw Munich/ Munich Aerospace
• Reachback Architectures
Prof. Dr. Stefan Pickl, Professor of Operations Research,
University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich
SIMULATION TRAINING PART 2
11.30 Researching the value of team and collective training in the
Live/Virtual/Constructive Environment
• What do we mean by team and collective training?
• What opportunities are available in the LVC environment?
• Key findings of UK MOD research; trials and WFE, cost-
benefit analysis.
• What does the future look like? DOTC (Air, Maritime, Land,
Joint)
Hashim Hassan, Principal Analyst, Air and Weapon Systems,
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
12.10 Networking Lunch
MULTINATIONAL AND JOINT FORCES TRAINING PROGRAMMES
13.30 Joint NH90 Training Program
• NH90 Training Requirements
• NAHEMA Training Initiatives
• NLMoD NH90 Training Media projects
• Joint NH90 Training Program
• Plans and reality (what can go wrong will go wrong)
• Future of NH90 training
Lt. Commander Frank Müller, Programme Manager, NH90
Training Media, Netherlands MoD Directorate of Materiel
14.10 EATC’s role in multinational A400M training
• Situation for EATC nations
- “Same” aircraft but national courses of action in almost all
areas (e.g. multiple national A400M trng centres, too
much for the number of A/C, config items, ISS support)
- Different national regulations (OM, crew concepts,
technicial support, training concepts, etc.)
- Increase TOA level for A400M training
- DEU/FRA TA Trng
• Challenges out of EATC point of view
- Different timelines and shifted national requirements
- Change in mind-set required (adjust overarching national
high level regulations to this new multinational world)
• Opportunities
- Interoperability
- Reduced footprint in deployed operations
- Efficiency, (manpower and cost savings)
• Outlook
Major General Christian Badia, Commander, European Air
Transport Command
14.50 Afternoon Tea
15.10 Multinational Programmes in NATO & EU. Achievements since
the initiatives were launched and what is the future?
• Achievements
• Challenges & potential solutions
• Roles of nations & industry
• Conclusion
Captain Gunnar Borch (ret’d), Associate, Former General
Manager of the NATO Airlift Management Agency, Allied
Support Services International Group Inc.
15.50 European Helicopter Training – a collaborative approach
• Requirements for multinational training
• Helicopter Exercise Programme
• Helicopter Tactics Course
• Helicopter Tactics Instructors Course
• Future developments
Michael Becker, Helicopter Projects Manager, European
Defence Agency
16.30 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two
www.militaryflight-training.com
POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Wednesday 24th September 2014
8.30am - 12.30pm
Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK
Simulation and Learning
Technologies – Developing your
Enterprise Strategy
Hosted by
Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd.
Overview of workshop:
Defence training and education requirements must
respond to a changing world at the same time as
supporting technologies such as simulation which are
transforming in response to wider digital advances. This
workshop will capture these changing requirements
and solutions and identify potential enterprise strategies
that best embrace and exploit these changes for your
organisation.
Agenda:
08.30 Registration & Coffee
09.00 Capturing 21st Century Defence and Security
Training and Education Requirements
09.40 The Future Technology Landscape – What are
the Principal Implications for Training and
Education?
10.20 Networking Break
10.40 What might a Defence Training and Education
Capability Strategy Look Like?
11.10 Group Discussion
12.00 Group Presentation and Wrap Up
12.30 Workshop Close
About the workshop host:
Andy Fawkes MBA MSc has over 15 years’ experience
in training and simulation and now operates
independently in business development and
consultancy and is a regular speaker on training, digital
technology and change. Concurrently he is the
Academic Liaison for Bohemia Interactive Simulations.
Previously the UK MoD policy lead for Simulation and
Chair of the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group,
Andy is a leading proponent of modern digital
technologies, games and increased use of simulation in
training. Prior to leaving the UK MoD in 2012, he was the
lead author of the Defence Review simulation paper
and the architect of the new enterprise-level approach
to Defence training and education capabilities.
SPONSORSHIP AND
EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES
SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising
and branding packages, uniquely tailored
to complement your company's marketing
strategy. Prime networking opportunities
exist to entertain, enhance and expand
your client base within the context of an
independent discussion specific to your
industry. Should you wish to join the increasing
number of companies benefiting from
sponsoring our conferences please call:
Sadia Malick, Director on +44 20 7827 6748
or email: smalick@smi-online.co.uk
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MILITARY FLIGHT TRAINING
Conference: Monday 22nd & Tuesday 23rd September 2014, Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK Workshop: Wednesday 24th September 2014, London
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SMi Group's Military Flight Training 2014 conference

  • 1. PLUS AN INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 24th September 2014, Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK Simulation and Learning Technologies – Developing your Enterprise Strategy Hosted by Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd. 8.30am - 12.30pm NEW FOR 2014 • Hear presentations on the practical experiences and challenges faced by key speakers and opinion leaders in Military Flight Training • Analyse how different organisations and nations provide flight training and what can be learned through international cooperation • Evaluate the different viewpoints on synthetic training and assess the options available in full, part-task, and integrated & constructed simulations • Understand the evolution of pilot training on rotary, fixed wing and UAS aircraft and the increasing role of human factors in pilot training • Gain insight into future skill requirements of pilots for flight training programmes EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE Flight Lieutenant Paul Heasman, Training Officer, C Flt, RAF Valley Colonel Lance Bunch, Commander, 80th Flying Training Wing, US Air Force Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education Programs, Air Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces Major General Christian Badia, (designated) Commander (from 3rd July), European Air Transport Command Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training, No 22 (Training) Group, UK MoD Captain Gunnar Borch (ret’d), Associate, Former General Manager of the NATO Airlift Management Agency, Allied Support Services International Group Inc. Lieutenant Commander Frank Muller, Program Manager Training Media, NH90 Project Office, Netherlands MoD Directorate of Material SMi presents its 3rd annual conference on... 22nd -23rd SEPT 2014Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK Military Flight Training www.militaryflight-training.com BOOK BY 30TH MAY AND SAVE £300 / BOOK BY 30TH JUNE AND SAVE £100 Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 “Very interesting topics and excellent speakers” – Italian Air Force delegate 2013 BO O K BY 30TH M AY A N D SAVE £300 BO O K BY 30TH JUN E A N D SAVE £100
  • 2. MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES: Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association / publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 20 7827 6106, or email: spatel@smi-online.co.uk • RAF Flight Training Instructors • Defence Analysts • Airborne Researchers • Airspace Mission Planning Officers • Air Capability Managers • Approach and Landing Systems Branch Officers • Aviation Academics • Guidance and Control Engineers • Airlift Staff Officers • Operations Consultants • Combined Air Operations Managers • Cap TA SO2 Mission Enablers • Joint Force Air Component Command Officers • Flight Test Engineers • Avionics Support Team Managers • Aviation Scientists WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Register online at: www.militaryflight-training.com • Alternatively fa Military Flight Training Day One | Monday 22nd September 2014 www.militaryflight-training.com 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM, Environmental Tectonics Corporation FLIGHT TRAINING PART 1 KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9.10 UKMFTS Programme Update • Programme Vision • The Requirement to Change • Programme Update • Fixed Wing Training Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training, No 22 (Training) Group, UK MoD 9.50 The Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training (ENJJPT) Program • Four distinct training phases to support the NATO program • Producing combat pilots for NATO allies • Training using the T-6A Texan II Aircraft • The benefits of the ENJJPT Program - lower cost, better training environment, enhanced standardization and interoperability Colonel Lance Bunch, Commander, 80th Flying Training Wing, US Air Force 10.30 Morning Coffee 10.50 GUSTA - the first Global Unmanned Systems Training Academy • The Academy Overview • Operator Selection • Training & Simulation • The Product • Currency & Competency Michael Davidson, Managing Director, AV8 UAS Solutions Ltd. SIMULATION TRAINING PART 1 11.30 Military Flight Simulators - a World overview • Numbers of Military Simulators worldwide • Locations • Aircraft Roles • Costs of simulation compared to aircraft training • Procurement of simulators and training aids - Conventional and Private Finance • The Future Ian W Strachan, ex UK MoD Flight Simulation Office, Editor, European Training & Simulation Association (ETSA) News 12.10 Networking Lunch 13.30 All but War is Synthetic? • What is Real and What is Synthetic in Training? • The Live/Synthetic Balance Debate • The Impact of Technological Change - Towards 100% Real Training? Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd. 5TH GENERATION FIGHTER TRAINING 14.10 Fast Jet Training for 4th/5th Generation Fighter Aircrafts • Hawk TMk2 Capabilities in Practice • Transition to Steady State Training • Lessons Identified Wing Commander Dan Beard, OC IV R Squadron, RAF Valley 14.50 Afternoon Tea HUMAN FACTORS AND FUTURE SKILL REQUIREMENTS 15.10 5th generation Aircraft and the digital era students: do we have to change the training methods? • The Swedish experience and concept for training fighter pilots - Are we doing it right? – 10 years of experience of basic flight training for 4th gen fighter pilot • Future requirements • Downloading or not (from 4/5th gen fighter to phase 3/4) Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education Programs, Air Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces 15.50 What Will It Mean to Fly in the Age of Cyber-Humanism? • Paradigm shift in flight control: analogies and lessons • Virtual and augmented reality for the human system interface • Autonomous vehicles and team level autonomy • Role of humans in command and control • Implications for training Randall W. Hill, Executive Director, Institute for Creative Technologies, University of Southern California PANEL DISCUSSION 16.30 Live vs. Synthetic – how far can we go? • Advantages and Disadvantages of using Live Simulation • Finding the right balance • How far can we go? What is within reason? Moderator: Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM, Environmental Tectonics Corporation Panel Members: Hashim Hassan, Principal Analyst, Air and Weapon Systems, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Captain Björn Persson, Head of Education Programs, Air Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd. Air Commodore Terry Jones, Director Flying Training, No 22 (Training) Group, UK MoD 17.10 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
  • 3. ax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 Day Two | Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Supported by 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks Rick Peacock-Edwards, CBE AFC, FRAeS, FCIM, Environmental Tectonics FLIGHT TRAINING PART 2 KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9.10 4 Sqn: Cutting Edge Technology, Cutting Edge Instruction • Instructor Training Overview • Advanced Mission Planning and Debrief • Synthetic/Live fly interaction • Aircrew Performance Coaching Flight Lieutenant Paul Heasman, Training Officer, C Flt, RAF Valley 9.50 Flight training in the US Military • Historical Perspective • USAF Training Evolution • USN Training • US Army Training • USCG Training • Civilian Training Comparison Maj. Gen. George Harrison USAF (Ret), Principal Research Engineer, Georgia Tech Research Institute 10.30 Morning Coffee 10.50 IRIS - Integrated Reachback Information Systems: Support Techniques and New Training Modules in Aviation Management and Complex Processes • Support techniques during complex missions • Logistics and strategic planning • Training modules at UBw Munich/ Munich Aerospace • Reachback Architectures Prof. Dr. Stefan Pickl, Professor of Operations Research, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich SIMULATION TRAINING PART 2 11.30 Researching the value of team and collective training in the Live/Virtual/Constructive Environment • What do we mean by team and collective training? • What opportunities are available in the LVC environment? • Key findings of UK MOD research; trials and WFE, cost- benefit analysis. • What does the future look like? DOTC (Air, Maritime, Land, Joint) Hashim Hassan, Principal Analyst, Air and Weapon Systems, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) 12.10 Networking Lunch MULTINATIONAL AND JOINT FORCES TRAINING PROGRAMMES 13.30 Joint NH90 Training Program • NH90 Training Requirements • NAHEMA Training Initiatives • NLMoD NH90 Training Media projects • Joint NH90 Training Program • Plans and reality (what can go wrong will go wrong) • Future of NH90 training Lt. Commander Frank Müller, Programme Manager, NH90 Training Media, Netherlands MoD Directorate of Materiel 14.10 EATC’s role in multinational A400M training • Situation for EATC nations - “Same” aircraft but national courses of action in almost all areas (e.g. multiple national A400M trng centres, too much for the number of A/C, config items, ISS support) - Different national regulations (OM, crew concepts, technicial support, training concepts, etc.) - Increase TOA level for A400M training - DEU/FRA TA Trng • Challenges out of EATC point of view - Different timelines and shifted national requirements - Change in mind-set required (adjust overarching national high level regulations to this new multinational world) • Opportunities - Interoperability - Reduced footprint in deployed operations - Efficiency, (manpower and cost savings) • Outlook Major General Christian Badia, Commander, European Air Transport Command 14.50 Afternoon Tea 15.10 Multinational Programmes in NATO & EU. Achievements since the initiatives were launched and what is the future? • Achievements • Challenges & potential solutions • Roles of nations & industry • Conclusion Captain Gunnar Borch (ret’d), Associate, Former General Manager of the NATO Airlift Management Agency, Allied Support Services International Group Inc. 15.50 European Helicopter Training – a collaborative approach • Requirements for multinational training • Helicopter Exercise Programme • Helicopter Tactics Course • Helicopter Tactics Instructors Course • Future developments Michael Becker, Helicopter Projects Manager, European Defence Agency 16.30 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two www.militaryflight-training.com
  • 4. POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 24th September 2014 8.30am - 12.30pm Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK Simulation and Learning Technologies – Developing your Enterprise Strategy Hosted by Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd. Overview of workshop: Defence training and education requirements must respond to a changing world at the same time as supporting technologies such as simulation which are transforming in response to wider digital advances. This workshop will capture these changing requirements and solutions and identify potential enterprise strategies that best embrace and exploit these changes for your organisation. Agenda: 08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.00 Capturing 21st Century Defence and Security Training and Education Requirements 09.40 The Future Technology Landscape – What are the Principal Implications for Training and Education? 10.20 Networking Break 10.40 What might a Defence Training and Education Capability Strategy Look Like? 11.10 Group Discussion 12.00 Group Presentation and Wrap Up 12.30 Workshop Close About the workshop host: Andy Fawkes MBA MSc has over 15 years’ experience in training and simulation and now operates independently in business development and consultancy and is a regular speaker on training, digital technology and change. Concurrently he is the Academic Liaison for Bohemia Interactive Simulations. Previously the UK MoD policy lead for Simulation and Chair of the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group, Andy is a leading proponent of modern digital technologies, games and increased use of simulation in training. Prior to leaving the UK MoD in 2012, he was the lead author of the Defence Review simulation paper and the architect of the new enterprise-level approach to Defence training and education capabilities.
  • 5. SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company's marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, Director on +44 20 7827 6748 or email: smalick@smi-online.co.uk SMI DEFENCE FORWARD PLANNER MAY MilSatCom Asia 14th – 15th May 2014, Singapore Military Robotics 21st – 22nd May 2014, London, UK JUNE Air Mission Planning 2nd - 3rd June 2014, London, UK International Port Security 4th - 5th June 2014, London, UK AUGUST MilSatCom Latin America 27th – 28th August 2014, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil SEPTEMBER Military Flight Training 22nd - 23rd September 2014, London, UK OCTOBER Defence Exports 1st - 2nd October 2014, Amsterdam, Netherlands NOVEMBER Global MilSatCom 4th – 6th November 2014, London, UK Social Media in the Military & Defence Sector 17th - 18th November 2014, London, UK
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