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The Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals
Tuesday 5th November - Thursday 7th November I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK
Air Vice Marshall Philip Osborne, Director of
Capability, Joint Forces Command
Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of Syracuse
Program, DGA France
Commander Louis Tillier, Head of SATCOM from the
French Joint Staff, Ministry of Defence, France
Lieutenant Colonel Hans Stefan Suhle, Head,
SatCom Space Management Section,
Bundeswehr Communication and Information
Systems Services Centre (CISSC)
Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch,
Ministry of Defence, UK
Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Pablo Peláez Herrero,
Head of SatCom Department, Ministry of Defence,
Spain
Deanna Ryals, Chief International Military Satellite
Communication Division, MilSatCom Systems
Directorate, Air Force Space Command, US Air Force
Colonel Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief,
USPACOM
Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JSO1 CIS J6, New
Zealand Defence Force
Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo Ferreira, Electronic
Engineer, IEEE Member and OSA Member, Brazilian
Air Force
Sergiy Martyniuk, Chief of Section, Ministry of Defence,
Ukraine
Captain Rommel Anthony SD Reyes, Global Satellite
Communication, Philippine Navy
Captain David Greaves, Royal Australian Navy,
Commander Defence Strategic Communications for the
Australian Defence Force
Catherine Mealing-Jones CPFA, Director Growth,
Applications & EU Programmes, UK Space Agency
Brigadier General Pitre R. R., Director General
Space, Canadian Forces
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Conquering Interference –
The Next Big SatCom Challenge
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 4TH NOVEMBER 2013 | 13.00-17.30
In Association with:
SMi’s 15th Annual
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MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS
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20th Anniversary
Brigadier General Tip Osterthaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO,
SES Government Solutions
Rick Greenwood, Chief Technical Officer, Astrium Services
Government Communications
Renaud Vogeleisen Delpech, Systems Design Authority, Astrium
Services Government Communications
Patrick H. Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM
Services Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc.
Dr Robert Pearson, Managing Director, Cobham Technical
Services Ltd
Jean Francois Bureau, Director of Institutional and International
Affairs, Eutelsat
David Cavossa, President, Government Solutions, Harris CapRock
Daniel Losada, Senior Director-Defense Systems, Hughes Network
Systems
Dave Bettinger, CTO, iDirect
Andy Start, President Global Government, Inmarsat
Britt Lewis, VP Marketing and Business Strategy, Intelsat
General
Justin, M.Keller, Advanced Programs Director Military
Space Systems, Lockheed Martin
Koen Willems, Marketing Director Government, Defense
and IP Trunking, Newtec
“D” D’Ambrosio, Vice President, Government Solutions, O3B
Networks
SatCom Director, EuMEA, Rockwell Collins
Catherine Dargeou, Manager of Business Development,
Defense, Thales Alenia
Patrick Heuline, Head of Mobile Communication Marketing,
Thales Communications and Security
Tim Frei, Vice President, Communication Systems, Space
Systems Division, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Michael Geist, Executive Director, Governement Programs
and Business Development, ViaSat
CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN
SMi's Global MilSatCom- The Leading Military Communications Event for
Satellite Professionals
Global MilSatCom Exhibition
A SatCom event designed around the needs of the military market
Global MilSatCom is the ultimate platform for companies to showcase their products and
services. Spend time meeting and exchanging ideas with military representatives and
commercial peers to make the most of your time at the show. The conference is supported
by a busy exhibition hall where you can see the latest technologies and advances in
equipment and services presented by the industry’s leading suppliers. Meet with these
industry leaders to get ideas and contacts and see how their latest products can put you at
the forefront of the MilSatCom arena.
Target your market. Limited sponsorship and exhibition packages available. Sold out
every year since 2005. For information on how you can get involved, please contact Alia
Malick, Director, MilSatCom on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or
e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
DAY ONE
Gerard Donelan,
Vice President
Governments and
Institutions, SES
DAY TWO
Christopher Baugh,
Chief Executive Officer,
Northern Sky Research
DAY THREE
Martin Jarrold,
Chief of International
Programme
Development, GVF
INDUSTRY SPEAKERS
EXHIBITORS
Dear Colleagues,
On behalf of SES, I would like to welcome you all to SMi Group’s 15th annual
Global MilSatCom conference & exhibition.
SES is happy to be lead sponsor at this foremost military satellite communication
conference and exhibition. I am also proud to have been Chairman of this event
for the past 10 years and have seen it grow into an industry stalwart over the
years.
We are all aware that due to the global financial constraints the pressure is on
Governments to reduce expenditure. The defence budget is no exception and the
challenge for many Governments is how to manage the reduction in defence
whilst maximising their information superiority.
Our strategy, therefore as industry professionals, is to rise to this challenge and
continue to develop innovative technologies, from software to satellites and
thereby increase the attractiveness and usefulness of our products and services.
This conference is an ideal platform to hear about these ideas in a knowledge
sharing environment involving decision makers, Government representatives,
military and other leading international industry professionals.
Please join in the question and answer sessions, network with industry peers and
learn about new breakthroughs in this defence arena. But most of all, enjoy
yourselves at this premier annual event in London.
I look forward to seeing you there.
Sincerely yours,
Gerard Donelan
Vice-President Governments and Institutions, SES
Tuesday5thNovember2013 Register online at www
Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0
GROUP DISCOUN
Day One I EU Including Host Nation
08.15 REGISTRATION & COFFEE
08.40
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS
Gerard Donelan, Vice President Governments and Institutions,
SES
08.50
Operational Aspects of the German Satellite Program
• Capabilities
• Theatre Layout and Strategies
- Ashore
- Afloat
• International Involvement and Partnership
• Ways ahead
Lieutenant Colonel Hans-Stefan Suhle, Head, SatCom Space
Management Section, Bundeswehr Communication and
Information Systems Services Centre (CISSC)
09.20
Ultra-Fast Broadband Satellite Network for the French Military
• Collaboration to create the system ‘Comcept’
• Broadband satellite capacity over and above that provided by the existing
Syracuse system
• Enabling technologies – making the right choice
Renaud Vogeleisen Delpech, Systems Design Authority,
Astrium Services Government Communications
09.50
French Defence SatCom Roadmap
• National context
• Short term extension of capability: ATHENA-COMCEPT, KA-band network
• Ensure the continued existence of core capability
Commander Louis Tillier, Head of SATCOM from the French Joint
Staff, Ministry of Defence, France
Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of Syracuse Program,
DGA France
10.20 MORNING COFFEE
11.00
Spanish MoD Space assets to provide MILSATCOM, new radar images and
SAT-AIS services to cope with military requirements
• MilSatCom assets as core infrastructure for secure communication and
support for all the space services
• PAZ the new high resolution radar satellite. Constellations agreement with
the Germans TS-X and TD-X satellites
• Satellite AIS services for Maritime Situational Awareness
• Data fusion between Radar images and Satellite AIS sensor in PAZ platform
Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Pablo Pelaez Herrero, HEAD of SATCOM
Department, Ministry of Defence, Spain
Miguel Angel Garcia Primo, Chief Executive Officer, Hisdesat
11.30
Bringing High Operational Security, Flexibility and Innovative
Anti-Jamming Features to Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Beyond
• What are the future tools for counter-terror control ?
• New opportunities for the military sector thanks to Eutelsat's extensive and
long-standing market experience
Jean Francois Bureau, Director of Institutional and International
Affairs, Eutelsat
12.00
UK MOD Military Satellite Communications – The Current
Operational Perspective and Next Generation Capability Strategy
1. Introduction and Overview
• Team Introductions
Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch, Ministry of Defence UK
2. Information Superiority
• The role of MilSatCom in enabling Information Superiority
• Defence Transformation delivering military capability better
Keynote Speaker: Air Vice Marshall Philip Osborne, Director of Capability,
Joint Forces Command
3. The Current Operational Perspective
• The Nature of Current Operations
• The Challenges and Impact of Returning to Contingent Operations
• Management of Capabilities and Requirements
• Enduring Challenges for Information Superiority
Wing Commander Nik Smith, Permanent Joint Headquarters J6 Staff
4. A View from the Front Line Commands
• Individual Challenges in the Air, Land and Sea Environments
• Next Generation Capability delivery
Wing Commander Ian Chesworth, Wing Commander, Air Command Control
Captain Ian Annett, Captain, Navy
5. MilSatCom Next Generation Capability Strategy
• Next Generation – Requirements, Capabilities, and Opportunities
• UK MilSatCom after 2022
• What other alternatives are there?
Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch, Ministry of Defence UK
6. UK MOD Future Beyond Line Of Sight (BLOS) Programme Update
• Concept Phase Activities
• Future BLOS Programme Update
• Update on UK/French cooperation option
Phill Ryan, DE&S ISS Progs-BLOS Dep Hd, DE&S
7. Q&A Panel Discussion
13.30 NETWORKING LUNCH sponsored by
14.50
MSS and FSS – Distinction Without a Difference
• The challenges for militaries across the world are increasing, with a wider
range of threats and ever tighter budgets
• Fortunately, Satcom and related C4ISR networks are concurrently
undergoing unprecedented change as MSS and FSS capability converges
• Inmarsat’s Global  Xpress Ka band and HDR L-Band service provide practical
examples of how technology is unlocking entirely new approaches to the
evolving military challenges
Andy Start, President for Global Government,
Inmarsat
15.20
Ubiquitous SatCom on the Front Line
• The need: Assured, cost effective, connectivity available to all troops
• The challenges of Size, Weight and Power (SWaP), data rate and satellite
capacity
• Existing small SatCom solutions, including: TACSAT, MUOS, BGAN, Iridium
• Future vision: Broadband Tablet terminals, operating in military frequency
bands
Dr Robert Pearson, Managing Director,
Cobham Technical Services
15.50 AFTERNOON TEA
16.30
Leveraging Intelsat next generation EpicNG class satellites for protected,
affordable high throughput Government /Military applications
•  What are the Intelsat EpicNG satellites and how are they different from other
commercial satellites and other high throughput satellites?
• Case studies highlighting government / military applications use cases
including Aeronautical en-route and ISR,  maritime, COTM, and tactical
comms links, demonstrating dramatically improved throughput, protection
features and lower overall cost basis
Britt Lewis, VP Marketing and Business Strategy,
Intelsat General
17.00
European Approach for Pooling and Sharing Governmental SatCom
• Update on European SATCOM Procurement Cell (ESCPC)
• EDA concept for Secure Telecom by Satellite (SECTELSAT)
• Radio Spectrum aspects, EU and national perspectives
Gerard Lapierre, Radio Spectrum Project Officer,
European Defence Agency
17.30
Enabling Assured Connectivity for International Military Partners – Protected
EHF SatCom for the Price of Unprotected
• Overview of Protected vs. Unprotected Communications – the growing global
need for interoperable protected SatCom
• Elements of a Near Term, Affordable Protected National System – legacy-
based hosted payloads or free flyers, commercial-based ground control
segment, low cost protected SatCom terminals
• Leveraging International Cooperation to build a global, protected, and
interoperable MilSatCom capability
Tim Frei, Vice President, Communication Systems, Space Systems
Division, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
18.00
CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE
18.20-20.00 DRINKS SPONSORED BY
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Day Two I NATO & Americas
08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE
08.40
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS
Chris Baugh, Chief Executive Officer,
Northern Sky Research
08.50
Current and potential future MilSatCom architecture in the U.S
• Collaborative opportunities for international MilSatCom cooperation
• Where are we headed: Protected and wideband communications
• Working together: Consideration of hosted payloads and commercial like
acquisition
• Insight into the schedule and strategy, capturing some of the challenges,
opportunities and issues that might frame future collaboration in MilSatCom
Deanna Ryals, Chief International Military Satellite Communication
Division, MilSatCom Systems Directorate, Air Force Space Command,
US Air Force
09.20
Championing SatCom in the Asia-Pacific
• Advantages of SatCom
• Embracing new commercial SatCom technologies
• The future of hosted payload
Colonel Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief,
US PACIFIC COMMAND HQ
9.50
Commercial SatCom: The Importance of a Defined Role in the Future DoD
Architecture
• In an austere budgetary environment, global government requirements and
SatCom supply must be viewed and planned holistically
• Commercial satellite industry responds to investment-grade stimuli and
invests on behalf of strategic customer
• The way the government buys today poses obstacles to securing critical
comms capability at an affordable rate in the future
• The pivot to the Asia Pacific presents challenges in having sufficient satellite
communications infrastructure to meet National Security Objectives – what
has to change
Brigadier General Tip Osterthaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO,
SES Government Solutions
10.20 MORNING COFFEE
10.50
New Operational MilSatCom Programs and The Path Beyond
• Entering a new era of MilSatCom – Operational deployment of the Advanced
Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) and Mobile User Objective System
(MUOS) systems
• Attacking affordability – Lessons for sustainable MilSatCom programs
• Creating win-win opportunities -- International MilSatCom partnerships
• Addressing emerging threats to MilSatCom systems
• Measuring system resilience to support architectural tradeoffs
• Supporting architecture decisions – results from a comprehensive analysis
of alternatives (AOA)
Justin M Keller, Advanced Programs Director Military Space Systems,
Lockheed Martin
11.20
Canadian Armed Forces Satellite Communications: Current and Future
Initiatives
• Today: Protected Military Satellite Communications
• Mercury Global
• Medium Earth Orbit Search & Rescue
• Tomorrow: Tactical Narrowband Satellite Communications
Brigadier General Pitre, Director General Space,
Canadian Forces
11.50
Understanding and Benefiting from the Synergistic Strengths Available from
US and Allied MilSatCom capability deployment
• Increasing and complex A2AD (Anti-Access/Area-Denial) requirements
• Delivering robustness by improved diversity and stronger International
partnerships consistent with US National Policy
• Evolving to an architecture which improves affordability and operational
suitability via Strategic and Tactical Disaggregation
Patrick Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM Services
Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc
12.20
Data at Your Fingertips: Global Resilient Networks Using Satcom, LTE and
Cloud Computing
• Waveform and networking developments in next generation Affordable
Protected SatCom networks
• Optimising SatCom architectures and Cloud Computing to provide war
fighters with the most reliable and relevant information at their fingertips
• Bridging Multiprotocol/Multitransport networks to provide sensor and ISR
data dissemination
Daniel Losada, Senior Director,
Hughes Network Systems
12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH
14.10
Update on Brazil’s SatCom Requirement  
• Improving the country’s space segment
• The future of MilSatCom in South America
• Collaboration with France in SatCom  
Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo Ferreira, Electronic Engineer -
MIMO Programme, Brazilian Air Force
14.40
Wideband – Good, Narrowband – Critical
• Lessons learned from recent international UHF successes
• Transition to L-band
• What’s on the horizon?
David Cavossa, President, Government Solutions,
Harris CapRock
15.10
Comms – Where you want it, When you want it
• The advantages of a medium earth orbit constellation
• How to provide communications where and when needed - reliable, flexible
and secure global communications.
• What is the true benefit of lower latency
• Lessening the need for acceleration
D D’Ambrosio, Executive Vice President, Government Solutions,
O3B Networks
15.40 AFTERNOON TEA
16.10
INDUSTRY ROUNDTABLE - The Future of SatCom in Light of Budget Cuts and
Short Term Long Term Perspective in a Complex Challenging Market
Chair: Chris Baugh, Director, Northern Sky Research
Brigadier General Tip Osterhaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO,
SES Government Solutions
Patrick H. Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM
Services Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc.
16.40
Is a New Satellite Communication Standard Relevant for the MilSatCom
Market?
• 7 Improvements behind the successor of the DVB-S2 standard (aka S2
Extensions)
• Why S2 Extensions are relevant to the Milsatcom Market
• Polling the Milsatcom Market Opinion about the New DVB Standard
• How to Establish a Smooth Migration Plan towards the new DVB Standard
Koen Willems, Market Director Government and Defence and IP
Trunking, Newtec
17.10
Paradigm Shift Enabling New Platform Choices on the Ground and in the Sky
• Exploring military satellite platform considerations for:
- Performance
- Scalability
- Interoperability
Dave Bettinger, CTO, iDirect
17.40
CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY TWO
18.00
Buses depart from the Hotel for Drinks Reception
18.20 NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION AT THE
LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM SPONSORED BY
08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE
08.40
CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS
Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme Development,
GVF
08.50
MilSatCom of Ukraine: Today and in the Future
• Current status of Ukrainian MilSatCom
• Communication satellite “LYBID”: possibility and property
• Use communication satellite “LYBID” for defence
Sergiy Martyniuk, Chief of Section, Ministry of Defence,
Ukraine
09.20
Achieving Assured Global SatCom Services
• Value of information for command control and situational awareness
• Catering for evolving and dynamic operational requirements
• Appropriate choice of network elements
Rick Greenwood, Chief Technical Officer, Astrium Services
Government Communications
09.50
Australian Defence Force Satellite Communications Capability
• ADF SatCom capability requirements
• ADF SatCom capability today
• ADF SatCom capability tomorrow
• Future Challenges
Captain David Greaves, Royal Australian Navy, Commander
Defence Strategic Communications for the Australian Defence
Force
10.20 MORNING COFFEE
10.50
Update on MilSatCom Capability in New Zealand
• NZDF The Context
• Why SatCom
• Capability Choice Drivers
• The Future of SatCom in NZDF
Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6,
New Zealand Defence Force
11.20
"Space Flex", TAS' In-House Solutions for Flexible Missions
• Coverage flexibility
• Power flexibility
• Frequency and bandwidth flexibility
• TCR flexibility (Telemetry, Command & Ranging)
Catherine Dargeou, Manager of Business Development,
Defense, Thales Alenia
11.50
Way Ahead of Philippine Navy SatCom
• Considering holistic SatComs solutions
• The possibility of hosted payloads
• Managing SatCom efficiently- leasing of smaller satellites
Captain Rommel Anthony SD Reyes, Global Satellite
Communications, Philippine Navy
12.20
Breaking Down Stovepipes for Seamless Communication
• Issues for users and the problems of stovepipe communications
• Current state; how operators are dealing with the issues identified
• How these issues will be dealt with in the future
• RC experience and solutions with a focus on our differentiators
SatCom Director, EuMEA,
Rockwell Collins
12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH sponsored by
14.10
SatCom for Critical Defense and Security Missions
• Scope of the considered operational cases
• Communications availability and security when deploying and moving
in a critical environment
• Broadband secure services with the combination of SatCom and 4G
(LTE) technologies
• Illustration of operational cases and the previous solutions benefit
Patrick Heuline, Head of Mobile Communication Marketing,
Thales Communications and Security
14.40
Developing a MilSatCom Roadmap for Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN)
• AFN MilSatCom Vision, Goals and Objectives
• Currents AFN MilSatCom efforts
• AFN and Nigerian Communications Satellite Project
• Roadmap for AFN MilSatCom Projects
• Prospects and Challenges
Group Captain Lanre I Oluwatoyin, Director, Directorate of
Space Technology, Armed Forces of Nigeria
15.10
Evolution Through Adaptation
• As network users’ needs change, networks need to be capable of
adaptation (e.g. C2 comms, to protected comms to OTM comms, etc.)
• The most useful tool to a network developer is flexibility
• Flexibility requires a “no shortcuts” design approach
• Achieving efficiency through flexibility
Michael Geist, Executive Director, Government Programs &
Business Development, ViaSat
15.40 AFTERNOON TEA
16.10
Middle East Satellite Communications
• Existing systems and customers
• Service providers and regional operators
• Emerging markets
• Future Requirements
Elizabeth Quintana, Senior Research Fellow, Air Power and
Technology, RUSI
16.40
How Government Policy is Supporting UK Industry
• The UK Government Space Policy Framework
• Accelerating Space Enabled Growth
• Market Perspective
• Latest Developments
Catherine Mealing-Jones CPFA, Director Growth, Applications &
EU Programmes, UK Space Agency
17.10 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE
Thursday7thNovember2013
Day Three I Rest of the World
Conquering Interference
– The Next Big SatCom Challenge
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 4TH NOVEMBER 2013
Workshop Overview
Satellite services are widely used by military commanders to provide
key tactical communications capabilities to their forces anywhere in
the world. Satellite communication relies on detecting tiny signals in
a fog of radio frequency “noise”. Interference, either unintended or
deliberate, is becoming a major threat to maintaining assured and
reliable communications links. Bringing together operator, installer
and equipment supplier perspectives, the workshop will look at the
main sources of interference in satellite communications links and
explore why interference is becoming an ever increasing issue.
Presenters from Cobham Technical Services, the GVF, the Satellite
Interference Reduction Group and Eutelsat will look at the
challenges posed by this important issue, identify potential
solutions and describe what is being done within the satellite
community to ensure that robust satellite communications can be
sustained in more congested environment in the future.
Who Should Attend?
The workshop is aimed at those involved in the design, specification,
procurement, installation or use of satcom systems. Delegates will
gain a broad understanding of the challenges posed by interference,
its origins and how to tackle it more effectively.
About your Workshop Leader
Martin Shelley is Bid Manager at Cobham Technical
Services. With over 25 years of antenna design
experience, he has been responsible for the
development of a number of different antenna systems
for satellite communications on the move. His
extensive expertise covers a range of technologies
including most types of arrays, reflectors and low gain antennas,
together with printed and wavelength power dividers. These skills
have been applied to applications including spacecraft payloads,
military systems & commercial wireless access systems.
Company Profile:
Cobham is an international company engaged in the development,
delivery and support of leading-edge aerospace and defence
technology and systems.
Cobham’s products and services have been at the heart of
sophisticated military and civil systems for more than 75 years,
keeping people safe, improving communications, and enhancing the
capability of land, sea, air and space platforms.
The Company has three divisions employing more than 11,000
people on five continents, with customers and partners in more than
100 countries and annual revenue of some £1.9bn / US$3 billion.
Cobham’s tagline “The most important thing we build is trust” is
reflected in the Company’s development – leveraging innovative
technologies with exceptionally talented people.
www.cobham.com
In Association With AGENDA
1.00 Registration and Coffee
1.30 Introduction to presentation team and workshop
1.35 Setting the Scene: Interference in context
• Reliability of satellite systems compared to other delivery
media
• How the external environment affects the availability of
satellite communications systems
• Space debris
• Weather (space and terrestrial)
• Interference (unintentional and intentional)
• How big a problem is interference?
Martin Shelley, Technical Executive, Antenna Systems,
Cobham Technical Services
1.45 The Interference Problem
• Key causes of interference
• The congested electromagnetic environment
• Poor installation
• Poor design
• The proliferation of small mobile terminals
• Deliberate jamming
• Different ways interference affects satellite communications
systems
• Degradation
• Denial
• Case study- identifying interference and enforcing the rules
Mark Rawlins, Head of Payload Engineering and Operations,
Eutelsat
2.10 The Regulatory Approach to Interference Mitigation
• The regulatory framework for interference prevention
• Frequency coordination
• Operator coordination through the Space Data Association
Mark Rawlins, Executive Director, Space Data Association Ltd.
2.30 Coffee Break
2.45 Interference Detection
• Geolocation Tutorial
• Geolocation standards and procedures
• Network monitoring
• Carrier ID
Martin Coleman, Executive Director, Satellite Interference
Reduction Group
3.30 Smarter Hardware for the future
• Coding and modulation
• Ground Terminals
• Satellites
Martin Shelley, Technical Executive, Antenna Systems,
Cobham Technical Services
4.00 Coffee Break
4.15 Optimising the Network
• Installation training
• Quality assurance and equipment type approval
• Network validation
Martin Jarrold, Chief, International Programme Development,
Global VSAT Forum
5.00 Summary and Conclusions - Panel and audience discussion
• Reflecting on the situation
5.30 Close of Workshop
PRE-CONFERENCE GALA
DINNER SPONSORED BY
SES is a world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of 52 geostationary satellites. The company provides satellite communications
services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and fixed network operators and business and governmental
organisations worldwide. SES stands for long-lasting business relationships, high-quality service and excellence in the broadcasting
industry. The culturally diverse regional teams of SES are located around the globe and work closely with customers to meet their specific
satellite bandwidth and service requirements. Further information under: www.ses.com
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Cobham specializes in meeting the insatiable demand for data, connectivity and bandwidth in defence, security and commercial
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and Asia Pacific. www.harriscaprock.com
Hughes Europe is a market leader of Managed Network services, providing high quality managed solutions across Europe using all
available technologies, such as DSL, VSAT and 3G/4G, to deliver 100 per cent coverage.
Hughes’ Defence division, DISD, keeps troops connected beyond-the-line-of-sight – on land, in the air, and at sea.
For further information, please visit: www.hugheseurope.com and www.defense.hughes.com
iDirect is transforming the way the world gets and stays connected. The company’s satellite-based IP communications technology enables
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connectivity across land, sea and air; providing rural telephony and Internet broadband; and maintaining communications in the wake of
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Intelsat General provides satellite communications solutions to military, commercial and government customers over Intelsat’s fleet of
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can enhance government, military and commercial communications to allow customers to achieve their mission objectives.
www.intelsatgeneral.com
Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 120,000 people
worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced
technology systems, products and services. www.lockheedmartin.com/us/ssc.html
Newtec Cy n.v./s.a. is a global industry leader in satellite communications, offering state-of-the-art COTS products and solutions for
Government, Defence, Broadcast, Broadband Access and Trunking applications. Headquartered in Belgium, Europe, Newtec has multiple
regional offices to support its track record worldwide installations, partners and customers. Over the years, Newtec has built an
outstanding reputation for its innovative, quality and reliable SatCom equipment and support. www.newtec.eu
Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions to government
customers worldwide. Northrop Grumman has a well-established international presence serving customers in Europe, the Middle East
and Asia Pacific regions. Northrop Grumman has provided protected satellite communications payloads for the military for 30 years - the
only company that provides this capability – and is now developing increasingly affordable protected solutions.
www.northropgrumman.com
O3b Networks Limited is a global satellite service provider building a next-generation satellite network for telecommunications operators,
Internet service providers, enterprise and government customers in emerging markets. The O3b system will combine the global reach of
satellite with the speed of a fiber-optic network providing billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180 countries with low-cost,
high-speed, low latency Internet and mobile connectivity. O3b Networks’ investors include SES, Google, Liberty Global, HSBC Principal
Investments, Northbridge Venture Partners, Allen & Company, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Sofina, Satya Capital and
Luxempart. O3b Networks is headquartered in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. www.o3bnetworks.com
Rockwell Collins is a pioneer in the development and deployment of innovative defense avionics, electronics, communications, simulation
and training solutions delivered by 20,000 employees and a worldwide service and support network. A world-leading supplier of mobile,
compact and quick-to-air broadband satellite terminals for live transmission of video, data, internet and voice content from anywhere in
the world. www.rockwellcollins.com
The European leader in satellite systems and a major player in orbital infrastructures, Thales Alenia Space is a joint venture between
Thales (67%) and Finmeccanica (33%). Thales Alenia Space and Telespazio embody the two groups’ “Space Alliance”. Thales Alenia Space
sets the global standard in solutions for space telecommunications, radar and optical Earth observation, defense and security, navigation
and science. With consolidated revenues of 2.1 billion euros in 2012, Thales Alenia Space has 7,500 employees in France, Italy, Spain,
Germany, Belgium and United States. www.thalesaleniaspace.com
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Thales is a global technology leader for the Defence & Security and the Aerospace & Transportation markets. In 2012, the company
generated revenues of e14.2 billion with 65,000 employees in 56 countries. With its 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique
capability to design, develop and deploy equipment, systems and services that meet the most complex security requirements. Thales has
an exceptional international footprint, with operations around the world working with customers and local partners.
www.thalesgroup.com
With ViaSat's satellite communications and cybersecurity systems and services, warfighters can securely access information anywhere:
Worldwide mobile broadband service for airborne ISR/C2 comms-on-the-move; UHF to Ka SatCom; High-capacity satellite broadband
service, man-portable terminals, and payload/infrastructure design; Hard drive encryption, secure networks, secure
wireless/smartphone; Real-time situational awareness/C2 and Blue Force Tracking. www.viasat.com
Advantech Wireless, an ISO 9001: 2008 certified corporation, is the leading-edge wireless broadband communications solution provider
since 1988. Products include Next Generation VSAT Hubs & Terminals, World-leading GaN technology HPAs, SSPAs, BUCs, Frequency
Converters, Satellite SCPC Modems, Fixed and Deployable Antennas, Antenna Controllers, Terrestrial Microwave Radios, Routers and
Ruggedized Products. www.advantechwireless.com
AGI develops commercial modelling and analysis software for the space, defense and intelligence communities. Used by more than 40,000
engineers, operators and analysts worldwide, AGI software avoids the cost of reinvention, eliminates stovepipes and reduces risks
associated with unproven tools. AGI tools are used to model complex systems (aircraft, satellite, ground vehicles), along with their sensors
and communications, in the context of the mission environment. Through integrated visualization, these tools bring a clear understanding
of system behavior and performance measured against mission objectives. These capabilities are available in the format most convenient
to the user. www.agi.com
Ansys’ every product is a promise of something greater. Higher performance. Better reliability. Increased market share. Everything
depends on gaining that edge,realizing that promise. Satellite companies use ANSYS simulation to pursue better ideas with
uncompromising precision and real-world confidence. ANSYS brings clarity and insight through fast, accurate and reliable engineering
simulation of the complete product. Visit www.ansys.com/en_uk for more information.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. designs, develops, produces and markets innovative products, systems and services for advanced
communications solutions. Its solutions play a vital role in providing or enhancing communication capabilities when terrestrial
communications infrastructure is unavailable, inefficient or too expensive. These divisions are exhibiting: Comtech EF Data and Comtech
Xicom Technologies. www.comtechefdata.com
Ultra Electronics, GigaSat is a leading supplier of highly portable satellite communications systems for government and secure broadband
data applications. Innovative composite materials are utilised in our comprehensive portfolio of terminals which are MIL-STD accredited
and are fully certified for operation on the Wideband Global Satellite (WGS) constellation of satellites. www.ultra-gigasat.com
GATR’s Antenna Systems are highly-deployable inflatable satellite communication terminals (1.2-, 1.8-, and 2.4-meter) that enable high-
bandwidth satellite communications in remote areas. Deploying in as few as two cases and weighing less than 200 lbs (91 kg), the GATR
can reduce logistical size (packaged weight and volume) while delivering the same performance as a conventional rigid antenna systems.
www.gatr.com
Gilat is a leading provider of satellite-based broadband communications products for major defense organizations around the world. The
company’s antennas, BUCS, modems and VSATS feature minimized SWAP (Size, Weight and Power), making them ideal for a variety of
SOTM requirements including UAV and other airborne applications, Homeland Security and C4I. www.gilat.com
Ibetor focuses its activity in the design, manufacture and integration of state-of-the-art satellite communications systems under
extremely demanding military requirements. Some examples are the unique X-Band low-profile SOTM terminal for all road conditions with
the highest performances and pointing accuracy and the complete family of manpack products to fit customer’s requirements. We develop
our products for X/Ka frequency bands. www.ibetor.es/uk/
Klas Telecom, Inc. was founded in 1991 and has been providing integrated, secure tactical communications solutions to the Department
of Defense for over 12 years. Klas Telecom specializes in the engineering and development of baseband connectivity equipment for
Inmarsat and other deployable satellite systems. Our newest product line, the Klas Telecom Voyager modular and scalable baseband
system, consists of a range of common form factor networking modules along with various chassis options for use in the full spectrum of
deployment platforms, and from static to on-the-move operations. Our modules deliver best-in-class Cisco routing, switching, cellular,
VoIP, and RoIP technology in an industry-leading reduction in SWaP package while maintaining high user port density and a rich product
feature set.  www.klastelecom.com
Santander Teleport is strategically located in Santander, Northern Spain, at the intersection of both the XTAR and SKYNET 5 series
satellites covering their AOR & IOR footprints. Santander Teleport provides secure uplink and downlink services from both of these X-band
satellite constellations. Santander Teleport also provides commercial and government services in C-Band, Ku-Band as well as X-band with
direct access to our NATO cleared and secured facility. The teleport has a view of the FSS geostationary arc from 60 degrees west to 65
degrees east, thus covering the region from Western Australia to Americas. Santander Teleport is connected by multiple OC3 fiber rings
to major international connection hubs in Miami, New York, London and Madrid. Santander Teleport operates a 24/7 fully manned network
operations center and a 100% up time availability of all of its current services. www.santanderteleport.com
Spectra are a Satellite Service provider. We provide Global VSAT and Mobile Satellite Services supported by our fixed infrastructure and
partnered Satellite Ground Stations. Spectra have partnered with Inmarsat to provide its L to L Band Services (L-TAC). SlingShot™ uses
in-service radios to provide BLOS communications using Inmarsat’s L-TAC service. www.spectra-group.co.uk
Vislink PLC is a global technology business specialising in the collection and delivery of high quality video and associated data. A key
product on show at the exhibition is the new Mantis MSAT Terminal, weighing just 12.5 Kg. The terminal can be deployed in 5 minutes for
ruggedized reliable satellite communications anywhere. www.vislink.com
For more than 25 years, WORK Microwave’s Satellite Communications (SatCom) Technologies division has been a leading provider of high-
performance, advanced satellite communications equipment. This equipment is designed for use by telecommunications companies,
broadcasters, integrators, and government organizations operating satellite earth stations, satellite newsgathering vehicles, flyaways, and
other mobile or portable military or commercial satellite communication solutions. With a comprehensive portfolio that includes satellite
up/down converters, DVB-S/S2 modulators and demodulators, modems, and redundancy switch systems, WORK Microwave is renowned
for helping operators get the most out of expensive satellite bandwidth, optimizing data transport, and dramatically improving satellite
signal quality. The rugged design according to MIL-Std provides military customers with an extremely reliable product suitable even under
adverse environmental conditions. www.work-microwave.de
EXHIBITORS
There are still some sponsorship and exhibition packages available on a first-come, first-served basis,
for more information please contact Alia Malick, Director, MilSatCom on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or
e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com
Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
Eutelsat will be hosting an Evening Dinner at the end of Day 1. This event will take place
after the SES Drinks reception and will be hosted in the Chino Latino restaurant in the
Hotel. Places are subject to availability.
This year’s reception will be held in the Thames Suite and will be hosted by SES at the end of
the conference on Day 1.
SMI Group and our sponsor, Lockheed Martin will be hosting a pre-
conference dinner in the Thames Suite at the conference venue on the
evening after the pre conference workshop. Places are subject to availability
Networking Opportunities at Global MilSatCom
Europe's leading independent military communications event for satellite professionals offers
unrivalled networking opportunities. Leave Global MilSatCom 2013 having forged new working
relationships and strengthened your current ones.
• Directly engage with military representatives from around the world.
• Dedicated Question & Answer sessions during the conference will give you the opportunity to get
your questions across to the people that matter.
• Visit the large exhibition area to meet with your industry peers and assess the latest technologies
and services on offer.
• Networking breaks and lunches will allow you to discuss the key topics from the conference with
your colleagues. 
• Networking drinks and dinners pre-conference, and after day 1 and 2 of the event.
This year we will be supplying all attendees with an Eventpad and increasing the features available.
Sponsorship of the Eventpad is available for each of the three days of the conference.
New for 2013 – Eventpad for everyone
NETWORKING RECEPTIONS
Monday 4th November – Pre-Conference Gala Dinner
Tuesday 5th November – Drinks Reception
Tuesday 5th November – Evening Dinner Day 1
Astrium will be hosting a drinks reception at London’s iconic Transport Museum in Covent
Garden. This spectacular venue provides a fascinating insight into the vital contribution
London's traffic management infrastructure has made to establishing London as one of
the most important business centres in the world. Although Astrium manages traffic of a
different type, the importance of continuous innovation in London's transport is paralleled
by Astrium's work in providing critical communications infrastructure today that can
support the evolving needs of the government and military for the next generation. In a
year when the London Underground is celebrating its 150th year of operational service,
Astrium’s Skynet 5 will be celebrating its 10th year of operational service.
Wednesday 6th November – Drinks Reception at the London Transport Museum
To commemorate our 20th year in business, SMi Group has commissioned a video production company to visually
record elements of this year’s conference. A new sponsorship package will be made available to potential sponsors
that will include the points below.
1. A 90 second compilation video introduction of the 3 day event and the evening functions.
2. One (five minute) interview with your speaker.
3. One (30 minute) speaker slot. Your speaker will present their conference presentation in private in our video suite
located in the hotel.
Video for Sponsors
New for
2013
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 military decision makers. Want to know how to get involved?
Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or spatel@smi-online.co.uk
or Teri Arri on +44 (0)20 7827 6162 or tarri@smi-online.co.uk
Due to the growth of Global MilSatCom in the past year, we are pleased to announce that we are moving
to a bigger venue.
The conference will be held this year at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, famous for its fantastic views of
the Thames and is ideally situated near the South Bank in close proximity of Central London.
If you wish to book accommodation for the conference at the luxurious Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, we can
make the booking on your behalf at SMi's special discounted rates from £179.00 for a Standard Room.
All rates are inclusive of English Breakfast but subject to VAT. To make a reservation and receive the
discounted rate, please call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000, email hotels@smi-online.co.uk or use the form on
the website: www.parkplaza.com/global-milsatcom
THE VENUE
What have past attendees said about Global MilSatCom?
“The consistent quality and the fact it truly is an international conference in
which the perspectives of many nations presented…SMi has once again
improved Global MilSatCom over its predecessors. I and several veterans
of these conferences have chatted and
we all agree – quality of presenters and content has been the highest ever.
Great job! Well done.” Orbital Sciences Corporation
“Considered it a very useful conference. There was a good mix of technical, operational and policy topics. Clearly many
organisations struggle with similar problems. Solutions are out there the insights provided will help to address the various
challenges ahead. Overall all the speakers were of high quality, all of the presentations were of a high standard.”
NATO Headquarters C3 Staff
The conference’s success calls for a greater space for both conference and
exhibition. Global MilSatCom is now a reference in this sector.
Congratulations.” WSR
EVENT SUPPORTED BY
OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER
GLOBAL MILSATCOM 2013
Conference: Tuesday 5th November- Thursday 7th November I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Workshop: Monday 4th November
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  • 1. The Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals Tuesday 5th November - Thursday 7th November I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Air Vice Marshall Philip Osborne, Director of Capability, Joint Forces Command Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of Syracuse Program, DGA France Commander Louis Tillier, Head of SATCOM from the French Joint Staff, Ministry of Defence, France Lieutenant Colonel Hans Stefan Suhle, Head, SatCom Space Management Section, Bundeswehr Communication and Information Systems Services Centre (CISSC) Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch, Ministry of Defence, UK Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Pablo Peláez Herrero, Head of SatCom Department, Ministry of Defence, Spain Deanna Ryals, Chief International Military Satellite Communication Division, MilSatCom Systems Directorate, Air Force Space Command, US Air Force Colonel Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief, USPACOM Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JSO1 CIS J6, New Zealand Defence Force Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo Ferreira, Electronic Engineer, IEEE Member and OSA Member, Brazilian Air Force Sergiy Martyniuk, Chief of Section, Ministry of Defence, Ukraine Captain Rommel Anthony SD Reyes, Global Satellite Communication, Philippine Navy Captain David Greaves, Royal Australian Navy, Commander Defence Strategic Communications for the Australian Defence Force Catherine Mealing-Jones CPFA, Director Growth, Applications & EU Programmes, UK Space Agency Brigadier General Pitre R. R., Director General Space, Canadian Forces KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Conquering Interference – The Next Big SatCom Challenge PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 4TH NOVEMBER 2013 | 13.00-17.30 In Association with: SMi’s 15th Annual C O N F E R E N C E & E X H I B I T I O N 2 0 1 3 GOLD SPONSOR SPONSORSLEAD SPONSOR MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS To register online or keep up to date with programme developments please visit: www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively call us on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 BOOK BY 30TH SEPTEMBER AND SAVE £100 20th Anniversary
  • 2. Brigadier General Tip Osterthaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO, SES Government Solutions Rick Greenwood, Chief Technical Officer, Astrium Services Government Communications Renaud Vogeleisen Delpech, Systems Design Authority, Astrium Services Government Communications Patrick H. Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM Services Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc. Dr Robert Pearson, Managing Director, Cobham Technical Services Ltd Jean Francois Bureau, Director of Institutional and International Affairs, Eutelsat David Cavossa, President, Government Solutions, Harris CapRock Daniel Losada, Senior Director-Defense Systems, Hughes Network Systems Dave Bettinger, CTO, iDirect Andy Start, President Global Government, Inmarsat Britt Lewis, VP Marketing and Business Strategy, Intelsat General Justin, M.Keller, Advanced Programs Director Military Space Systems, Lockheed Martin Koen Willems, Marketing Director Government, Defense and IP Trunking, Newtec “D” D’Ambrosio, Vice President, Government Solutions, O3B Networks SatCom Director, EuMEA, Rockwell Collins Catherine Dargeou, Manager of Business Development, Defense, Thales Alenia Patrick Heuline, Head of Mobile Communication Marketing, Thales Communications and Security Tim Frei, Vice President, Communication Systems, Space Systems Division, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Michael Geist, Executive Director, Governement Programs and Business Development, ViaSat CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN SMi's Global MilSatCom- The Leading Military Communications Event for Satellite Professionals Global MilSatCom Exhibition A SatCom event designed around the needs of the military market Global MilSatCom is the ultimate platform for companies to showcase their products and services. Spend time meeting and exchanging ideas with military representatives and commercial peers to make the most of your time at the show. The conference is supported by a busy exhibition hall where you can see the latest technologies and advances in equipment and services presented by the industry’s leading suppliers. Meet with these industry leaders to get ideas and contacts and see how their latest products can put you at the forefront of the MilSatCom arena. Target your market. Limited sponsorship and exhibition packages available. Sold out every year since 2005. For information on how you can get involved, please contact Alia Malick, Director, MilSatCom on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk DAY ONE Gerard Donelan, Vice President Governments and Institutions, SES DAY TWO Christopher Baugh, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Sky Research DAY THREE Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme Development, GVF INDUSTRY SPEAKERS EXHIBITORS
  • 3. Dear Colleagues, On behalf of SES, I would like to welcome you all to SMi Group’s 15th annual Global MilSatCom conference & exhibition. SES is happy to be lead sponsor at this foremost military satellite communication conference and exhibition. I am also proud to have been Chairman of this event for the past 10 years and have seen it grow into an industry stalwart over the years. We are all aware that due to the global financial constraints the pressure is on Governments to reduce expenditure. The defence budget is no exception and the challenge for many Governments is how to manage the reduction in defence whilst maximising their information superiority. Our strategy, therefore as industry professionals, is to rise to this challenge and continue to develop innovative technologies, from software to satellites and thereby increase the attractiveness and usefulness of our products and services. This conference is an ideal platform to hear about these ideas in a knowledge sharing environment involving decision makers, Government representatives, military and other leading international industry professionals. Please join in the question and answer sessions, network with industry peers and learn about new breakthroughs in this defence arena. But most of all, enjoy yourselves at this premier annual event in London. I look forward to seeing you there. Sincerely yours, Gerard Donelan Vice-President Governments and Institutions, SES
  • 4. Tuesday5thNovember2013 Register online at www Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0 GROUP DISCOUN Day One I EU Including Host Nation 08.15 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 08.40 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Gerard Donelan, Vice President Governments and Institutions, SES 08.50 Operational Aspects of the German Satellite Program • Capabilities • Theatre Layout and Strategies - Ashore - Afloat • International Involvement and Partnership • Ways ahead Lieutenant Colonel Hans-Stefan Suhle, Head, SatCom Space Management Section, Bundeswehr Communication and Information Systems Services Centre (CISSC) 09.20 Ultra-Fast Broadband Satellite Network for the French Military • Collaboration to create the system ‘Comcept’ • Broadband satellite capacity over and above that provided by the existing Syracuse system • Enabling technologies – making the right choice Renaud Vogeleisen Delpech, Systems Design Authority, Astrium Services Government Communications 09.50 French Defence SatCom Roadmap • National context • Short term extension of capability: ATHENA-COMCEPT, KA-band network • Ensure the continued existence of core capability Commander Louis Tillier, Head of SATCOM from the French Joint Staff, Ministry of Defence, France Colonel Christophe Debaert, Head of Syracuse Program, DGA France 10.20 MORNING COFFEE 11.00 Spanish MoD Space assets to provide MILSATCOM, new radar images and SAT-AIS services to cope with military requirements • MilSatCom assets as core infrastructure for secure communication and support for all the space services • PAZ the new high resolution radar satellite. Constellations agreement with the Germans TS-X and TD-X satellites • Satellite AIS services for Maritime Situational Awareness • Data fusion between Radar images and Satellite AIS sensor in PAZ platform Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Pablo Pelaez Herrero, HEAD of SATCOM Department, Ministry of Defence, Spain Miguel Angel Garcia Primo, Chief Executive Officer, Hisdesat 11.30 Bringing High Operational Security, Flexibility and Innovative Anti-Jamming Features to Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Beyond • What are the future tools for counter-terror control ? • New opportunities for the military sector thanks to Eutelsat's extensive and long-standing market experience Jean Francois Bureau, Director of Institutional and International Affairs, Eutelsat 12.00 UK MOD Military Satellite Communications – The Current Operational Perspective and Next Generation Capability Strategy 1. Introduction and Overview • Team Introductions Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch, Ministry of Defence UK 2. Information Superiority • The role of MilSatCom in enabling Information Superiority • Defence Transformation delivering military capability better Keynote Speaker: Air Vice Marshall Philip Osborne, Director of Capability, Joint Forces Command 3. The Current Operational Perspective • The Nature of Current Operations • The Challenges and Impact of Returning to Contingent Operations • Management of Capabilities and Requirements • Enduring Challenges for Information Superiority Wing Commander Nik Smith, Permanent Joint Headquarters J6 Staff 4. A View from the Front Line Commands • Individual Challenges in the Air, Land and Sea Environments • Next Generation Capability delivery Wing Commander Ian Chesworth, Wing Commander, Air Command Control Captain Ian Annett, Captain, Navy 5. MilSatCom Next Generation Capability Strategy • Next Generation – Requirements, Capabilities, and Opportunities • UK MilSatCom after 2022 • What other alternatives are there? Major Laura Smith, C4ISR Capability Branch, Ministry of Defence UK 6. UK MOD Future Beyond Line Of Sight (BLOS) Programme Update • Concept Phase Activities • Future BLOS Programme Update • Update on UK/French cooperation option Phill Ryan, DE&S ISS Progs-BLOS Dep Hd, DE&S 7. Q&A Panel Discussion 13.30 NETWORKING LUNCH sponsored by 14.50 MSS and FSS – Distinction Without a Difference • The challenges for militaries across the world are increasing, with a wider range of threats and ever tighter budgets • Fortunately, Satcom and related C4ISR networks are concurrently undergoing unprecedented change as MSS and FSS capability converges • Inmarsat’s Global  Xpress Ka band and HDR L-Band service provide practical examples of how technology is unlocking entirely new approaches to the evolving military challenges Andy Start, President for Global Government, Inmarsat 15.20 Ubiquitous SatCom on the Front Line • The need: Assured, cost effective, connectivity available to all troops • The challenges of Size, Weight and Power (SWaP), data rate and satellite capacity • Existing small SatCom solutions, including: TACSAT, MUOS, BGAN, Iridium • Future vision: Broadband Tablet terminals, operating in military frequency bands Dr Robert Pearson, Managing Director, Cobham Technical Services 15.50 AFTERNOON TEA 16.30 Leveraging Intelsat next generation EpicNG class satellites for protected, affordable high throughput Government /Military applications •  What are the Intelsat EpicNG satellites and how are they different from other commercial satellites and other high throughput satellites? • Case studies highlighting government / military applications use cases including Aeronautical en-route and ISR,  maritime, COTM, and tactical comms links, demonstrating dramatically improved throughput, protection features and lower overall cost basis Britt Lewis, VP Marketing and Business Strategy, Intelsat General 17.00 European Approach for Pooling and Sharing Governmental SatCom • Update on European SATCOM Procurement Cell (ESCPC) • EDA concept for Secure Telecom by Satellite (SECTELSAT) • Radio Spectrum aspects, EU and national perspectives Gerard Lapierre, Radio Spectrum Project Officer, European Defence Agency 17.30 Enabling Assured Connectivity for International Military Partners – Protected EHF SatCom for the Price of Unprotected • Overview of Protected vs. Unprotected Communications – the growing global need for interoperable protected SatCom • Elements of a Near Term, Affordable Protected National System – legacy- based hosted payloads or free flyers, commercial-based ground control segment, low cost protected SatCom terminals • Leveraging International Cooperation to build a global, protected, and interoperable MilSatCom capability Tim Frei, Vice President, Communication Systems, Space Systems Division, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems 18.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE 18.20-20.00 DRINKS SPONSORED BY 20.30 DINNER SPONSORED BY
  • 5. Wednesday6thNovember2013w.globalmilsatcom.com 0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 NTS AVAILABLE Day Two I NATO & Americas 08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 08.40 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Chris Baugh, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Sky Research 08.50 Current and potential future MilSatCom architecture in the U.S • Collaborative opportunities for international MilSatCom cooperation • Where are we headed: Protected and wideband communications • Working together: Consideration of hosted payloads and commercial like acquisition • Insight into the schedule and strategy, capturing some of the challenges, opportunities and issues that might frame future collaboration in MilSatCom Deanna Ryals, Chief International Military Satellite Communication Division, MilSatCom Systems Directorate, Air Force Space Command, US Air Force 09.20 Championing SatCom in the Asia-Pacific • Advantages of SatCom • Embracing new commercial SatCom technologies • The future of hosted payload Colonel Mark Patterson, J6 Division Chief, US PACIFIC COMMAND HQ 9.50 Commercial SatCom: The Importance of a Defined Role in the Future DoD Architecture • In an austere budgetary environment, global government requirements and SatCom supply must be viewed and planned holistically • Commercial satellite industry responds to investment-grade stimuli and invests on behalf of strategic customer • The way the government buys today poses obstacles to securing critical comms capability at an affordable rate in the future • The pivot to the Asia Pacific presents challenges in having sufficient satellite communications infrastructure to meet National Security Objectives – what has to change Brigadier General Tip Osterthaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO, SES Government Solutions 10.20 MORNING COFFEE 10.50 New Operational MilSatCom Programs and The Path Beyond • Entering a new era of MilSatCom – Operational deployment of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) and Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) systems • Attacking affordability – Lessons for sustainable MilSatCom programs • Creating win-win opportunities -- International MilSatCom partnerships • Addressing emerging threats to MilSatCom systems • Measuring system resilience to support architectural tradeoffs • Supporting architecture decisions – results from a comprehensive analysis of alternatives (AOA) Justin M Keller, Advanced Programs Director Military Space Systems, Lockheed Martin 11.20 Canadian Armed Forces Satellite Communications: Current and Future Initiatives • Today: Protected Military Satellite Communications • Mercury Global • Medium Earth Orbit Search & Rescue • Tomorrow: Tactical Narrowband Satellite Communications Brigadier General Pitre, Director General Space, Canadian Forces 11.50 Understanding and Benefiting from the Synergistic Strengths Available from US and Allied MilSatCom capability deployment • Increasing and complex A2AD (Anti-Access/Area-Denial) requirements • Delivering robustness by improved diversity and stronger International partnerships consistent with US National Policy • Evolving to an architecture which improves affordability and operational suitability via Strategic and Tactical Disaggregation Patrick Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM Services Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc 12.20 Data at Your Fingertips: Global Resilient Networks Using Satcom, LTE and Cloud Computing • Waveform and networking developments in next generation Affordable Protected SatCom networks • Optimising SatCom architectures and Cloud Computing to provide war fighters with the most reliable and relevant information at their fingertips • Bridging Multiprotocol/Multitransport networks to provide sensor and ISR data dissemination Daniel Losada, Senior Director, Hughes Network Systems 12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH 14.10 Update on Brazil’s SatCom Requirement   • Improving the country’s space segment • The future of MilSatCom in South America • Collaboration with France in SatCom   Lieutenant Colonel Jose Everardo Ferreira, Electronic Engineer - MIMO Programme, Brazilian Air Force 14.40 Wideband – Good, Narrowband – Critical • Lessons learned from recent international UHF successes • Transition to L-band • What’s on the horizon? David Cavossa, President, Government Solutions, Harris CapRock 15.10 Comms – Where you want it, When you want it • The advantages of a medium earth orbit constellation • How to provide communications where and when needed - reliable, flexible and secure global communications. • What is the true benefit of lower latency • Lessening the need for acceleration D D’Ambrosio, Executive Vice President, Government Solutions, O3B Networks 15.40 AFTERNOON TEA 16.10 INDUSTRY ROUNDTABLE - The Future of SatCom in Light of Budget Cuts and Short Term Long Term Perspective in a Complex Challenging Market Chair: Chris Baugh, Director, Northern Sky Research Brigadier General Tip Osterhaler, USAF (Ret), President and CEO, SES Government Solutions Patrick H. Rayermann, Col., US Army, (Ret.), Military SATCOM Services Advisor, Astrium Services Government, Inc. 16.40 Is a New Satellite Communication Standard Relevant for the MilSatCom Market? • 7 Improvements behind the successor of the DVB-S2 standard (aka S2 Extensions) • Why S2 Extensions are relevant to the Milsatcom Market • Polling the Milsatcom Market Opinion about the New DVB Standard • How to Establish a Smooth Migration Plan towards the new DVB Standard Koen Willems, Market Director Government and Defence and IP Trunking, Newtec 17.10 Paradigm Shift Enabling New Platform Choices on the Ground and in the Sky • Exploring military satellite platform considerations for: - Performance - Scalability - Interoperability Dave Bettinger, CTO, iDirect 17.40 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE DAY TWO 18.00 Buses depart from the Hotel for Drinks Reception 18.20 NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION AT THE LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM SPONSORED BY
  • 6. 08.15 RE-REGISTRATION & COFFEE 08.40 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Martin Jarrold, Chief of International Programme Development, GVF 08.50 MilSatCom of Ukraine: Today and in the Future • Current status of Ukrainian MilSatCom • Communication satellite “LYBID”: possibility and property • Use communication satellite “LYBID” for defence Sergiy Martyniuk, Chief of Section, Ministry of Defence, Ukraine 09.20 Achieving Assured Global SatCom Services • Value of information for command control and situational awareness • Catering for evolving and dynamic operational requirements • Appropriate choice of network elements Rick Greenwood, Chief Technical Officer, Astrium Services Government Communications 09.50 Australian Defence Force Satellite Communications Capability • ADF SatCom capability requirements • ADF SatCom capability today • ADF SatCom capability tomorrow • Future Challenges Captain David Greaves, Royal Australian Navy, Commander Defence Strategic Communications for the Australian Defence Force 10.20 MORNING COFFEE 10.50 Update on MilSatCom Capability in New Zealand • NZDF The Context • Why SatCom • Capability Choice Drivers • The Future of SatCom in NZDF Lieutenant Colonel Jim Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6, New Zealand Defence Force 11.20 "Space Flex", TAS' In-House Solutions for Flexible Missions • Coverage flexibility • Power flexibility • Frequency and bandwidth flexibility • TCR flexibility (Telemetry, Command & Ranging) Catherine Dargeou, Manager of Business Development, Defense, Thales Alenia 11.50 Way Ahead of Philippine Navy SatCom • Considering holistic SatComs solutions • The possibility of hosted payloads • Managing SatCom efficiently- leasing of smaller satellites Captain Rommel Anthony SD Reyes, Global Satellite Communications, Philippine Navy 12.20 Breaking Down Stovepipes for Seamless Communication • Issues for users and the problems of stovepipe communications • Current state; how operators are dealing with the issues identified • How these issues will be dealt with in the future • RC experience and solutions with a focus on our differentiators SatCom Director, EuMEA, Rockwell Collins 12.50 NETWORKING LUNCH sponsored by 14.10 SatCom for Critical Defense and Security Missions • Scope of the considered operational cases • Communications availability and security when deploying and moving in a critical environment • Broadband secure services with the combination of SatCom and 4G (LTE) technologies • Illustration of operational cases and the previous solutions benefit Patrick Heuline, Head of Mobile Communication Marketing, Thales Communications and Security 14.40 Developing a MilSatCom Roadmap for Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN) • AFN MilSatCom Vision, Goals and Objectives • Currents AFN MilSatCom efforts • AFN and Nigerian Communications Satellite Project • Roadmap for AFN MilSatCom Projects • Prospects and Challenges Group Captain Lanre I Oluwatoyin, Director, Directorate of Space Technology, Armed Forces of Nigeria 15.10 Evolution Through Adaptation • As network users’ needs change, networks need to be capable of adaptation (e.g. C2 comms, to protected comms to OTM comms, etc.) • The most useful tool to a network developer is flexibility • Flexibility requires a “no shortcuts” design approach • Achieving efficiency through flexibility Michael Geist, Executive Director, Government Programs & Business Development, ViaSat 15.40 AFTERNOON TEA 16.10 Middle East Satellite Communications • Existing systems and customers • Service providers and regional operators • Emerging markets • Future Requirements Elizabeth Quintana, Senior Research Fellow, Air Power and Technology, RUSI 16.40 How Government Policy is Supporting UK Industry • The UK Government Space Policy Framework • Accelerating Space Enabled Growth • Market Perspective • Latest Developments Catherine Mealing-Jones CPFA, Director Growth, Applications & EU Programmes, UK Space Agency 17.10 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF CONFERENCE Thursday7thNovember2013 Day Three I Rest of the World
  • 7. Conquering Interference – The Next Big SatCom Challenge PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP HOSTED BY COBHAM | 4TH NOVEMBER 2013 Workshop Overview Satellite services are widely used by military commanders to provide key tactical communications capabilities to their forces anywhere in the world. Satellite communication relies on detecting tiny signals in a fog of radio frequency “noise”. Interference, either unintended or deliberate, is becoming a major threat to maintaining assured and reliable communications links. Bringing together operator, installer and equipment supplier perspectives, the workshop will look at the main sources of interference in satellite communications links and explore why interference is becoming an ever increasing issue. Presenters from Cobham Technical Services, the GVF, the Satellite Interference Reduction Group and Eutelsat will look at the challenges posed by this important issue, identify potential solutions and describe what is being done within the satellite community to ensure that robust satellite communications can be sustained in more congested environment in the future. Who Should Attend? The workshop is aimed at those involved in the design, specification, procurement, installation or use of satcom systems. Delegates will gain a broad understanding of the challenges posed by interference, its origins and how to tackle it more effectively. About your Workshop Leader Martin Shelley is Bid Manager at Cobham Technical Services. With over 25 years of antenna design experience, he has been responsible for the development of a number of different antenna systems for satellite communications on the move. His extensive expertise covers a range of technologies including most types of arrays, reflectors and low gain antennas, together with printed and wavelength power dividers. These skills have been applied to applications including spacecraft payloads, military systems & commercial wireless access systems. Company Profile: Cobham is an international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of leading-edge aerospace and defence technology and systems. Cobham’s products and services have been at the heart of sophisticated military and civil systems for more than 75 years, keeping people safe, improving communications, and enhancing the capability of land, sea, air and space platforms. The Company has three divisions employing more than 11,000 people on five continents, with customers and partners in more than 100 countries and annual revenue of some £1.9bn / US$3 billion. Cobham’s tagline “The most important thing we build is trust” is reflected in the Company’s development – leveraging innovative technologies with exceptionally talented people. www.cobham.com In Association With AGENDA 1.00 Registration and Coffee 1.30 Introduction to presentation team and workshop 1.35 Setting the Scene: Interference in context • Reliability of satellite systems compared to other delivery media • How the external environment affects the availability of satellite communications systems • Space debris • Weather (space and terrestrial) • Interference (unintentional and intentional) • How big a problem is interference? Martin Shelley, Technical Executive, Antenna Systems, Cobham Technical Services 1.45 The Interference Problem • Key causes of interference • The congested electromagnetic environment • Poor installation • Poor design • The proliferation of small mobile terminals • Deliberate jamming • Different ways interference affects satellite communications systems • Degradation • Denial • Case study- identifying interference and enforcing the rules Mark Rawlins, Head of Payload Engineering and Operations, Eutelsat 2.10 The Regulatory Approach to Interference Mitigation • The regulatory framework for interference prevention • Frequency coordination • Operator coordination through the Space Data Association Mark Rawlins, Executive Director, Space Data Association Ltd. 2.30 Coffee Break 2.45 Interference Detection • Geolocation Tutorial • Geolocation standards and procedures • Network monitoring • Carrier ID Martin Coleman, Executive Director, Satellite Interference Reduction Group 3.30 Smarter Hardware for the future • Coding and modulation • Ground Terminals • Satellites Martin Shelley, Technical Executive, Antenna Systems, Cobham Technical Services 4.00 Coffee Break 4.15 Optimising the Network • Installation training • Quality assurance and equipment type approval • Network validation Martin Jarrold, Chief, International Programme Development, Global VSAT Forum 5.00 Summary and Conclusions - Panel and audience discussion • Reflecting on the situation 5.30 Close of Workshop PRE-CONFERENCE GALA DINNER SPONSORED BY
  • 8. SES is a world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of 52 geostationary satellites. The company provides satellite communications services to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and fixed network operators and business and governmental organisations worldwide. SES stands for long-lasting business relationships, high-quality service and excellence in the broadcasting industry. The culturally diverse regional teams of SES are located around the globe and work closely with customers to meet their specific satellite bandwidth and service requirements. Further information under: www.ses.com Astrium - A global space industry leader, Astrium offers world-class expertise and extensive prime contractor experience across all sectors - satellite systems, payloads, ground segment and equipment for all civil and military applications, a complete range of launcher capabilities, orbital systems, manned space activities, and a wide portfolio of space-based services. www.astriumservices.com Cobham specializes in meeting the insatiable demand for data, connectivity and bandwidth in defence, security and commercial environments. Offering a technically diverse and innovative range of C4ISR products and services, Cobham protects lives and livelihoods, improves communications and enhances the capability of land, sea, air and space platforms. www.cobham.com When international conflicts, natural disasters and homeland security threats arise, satellite is able to respond immediately to the increased need for telecommunications capacity. The bandwidth is already in place and solutions are easily implemented. With a fleet of 27 satellites that cover the entire European continent, as well as the Middle East, Africa, India and significant parts of Asia and the Americas, Eutelsat provides highly secure global telecommunications services that are available for governments and their agencies. Applications include: Backup links, Communication networks, Data collection and transmission, Rapid emergency response, Remote and rural connectivity. www.eutelsat.com Harris CapRock Communications is a premier global provider of managed satellite and terrestrial communications solutions, specifically for remote and harsh environments including the energy, government and maritime markets. Harris CapRock owns and operates a robust global infrastructure that includes teleports on six continents, five 24/7 customer support centers, local presence in 23 countries, and over 275 global field service personnel supporting customer locations across North America, Central and South America, Europe, West Africa and Asia Pacific. www.harriscaprock.com Hughes Europe is a market leader of Managed Network services, providing high quality managed solutions across Europe using all available technologies, such as DSL, VSAT and 3G/4G, to deliver 100 per cent coverage. Hughes’ Defence division, DISD, keeps troops connected beyond-the-line-of-sight – on land, in the air, and at sea. For further information, please visit: www.hugheseurope.com and www.defense.hughes.com iDirect is transforming the way the world gets and stays connected. The company’s satellite-based IP communications technology enables constant connectivity for voice, video and data applications in diverse and challenging environments. These include supporting mobile connectivity across land, sea and air; providing rural telephony and Internet broadband; and maintaining communications in the wake of disasters and network failures. www.idirect.net Inmarsat Global Government is a trusted provider of reliable, secure, affordable voice and high-speed data communications solutions, streamlined and optimized for the unique needs of Government users across the globe.  Our portfolio delivers innovative and compelling solutions leveraging commercial and military technologies that ensure global, seamless mission-critical communications capability. www.inmarsat.com Intelsat General provides satellite communications solutions to military, commercial and government customers over Intelsat’s fleet of more than 50 satellites and a global terrestrial network of teleports and fiber infrastructure. From remote military outposts, disaster recovery sites and U.S. embassies to health and homeland security agencies, Intelsat General’s solutions support even the most complex operations, from routine to mission critical, anywhere on the globe. These solutions address the numerous communications challenges inherent in a wide range of applications. From Airborne ISR/UAV scenarios to Distance Learning to Logistics, Intelsat General engineers can enhance government, military and commercial communications to allow customers to achieve their mission objectives. www.intelsatgeneral.com Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 120,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. www.lockheedmartin.com/us/ssc.html Newtec Cy n.v./s.a. is a global industry leader in satellite communications, offering state-of-the-art COTS products and solutions for Government, Defence, Broadcast, Broadband Access and Trunking applications. Headquartered in Belgium, Europe, Newtec has multiple regional offices to support its track record worldwide installations, partners and customers. Over the years, Newtec has built an outstanding reputation for its innovative, quality and reliable SatCom equipment and support. www.newtec.eu Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions to government customers worldwide. Northrop Grumman has a well-established international presence serving customers in Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions. Northrop Grumman has provided protected satellite communications payloads for the military for 30 years - the only company that provides this capability – and is now developing increasingly affordable protected solutions. www.northropgrumman.com O3b Networks Limited is a global satellite service provider building a next-generation satellite network for telecommunications operators, Internet service providers, enterprise and government customers in emerging markets. The O3b system will combine the global reach of satellite with the speed of a fiber-optic network providing billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180 countries with low-cost, high-speed, low latency Internet and mobile connectivity. O3b Networks’ investors include SES, Google, Liberty Global, HSBC Principal Investments, Northbridge Venture Partners, Allen & Company, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Sofina, Satya Capital and Luxempart. O3b Networks is headquartered in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. www.o3bnetworks.com Rockwell Collins is a pioneer in the development and deployment of innovative defense avionics, electronics, communications, simulation and training solutions delivered by 20,000 employees and a worldwide service and support network. A world-leading supplier of mobile, compact and quick-to-air broadband satellite terminals for live transmission of video, data, internet and voice content from anywhere in the world. www.rockwellcollins.com The European leader in satellite systems and a major player in orbital infrastructures, Thales Alenia Space is a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Finmeccanica (33%). Thales Alenia Space and Telespazio embody the two groups’ “Space Alliance”. Thales Alenia Space sets the global standard in solutions for space telecommunications, radar and optical Earth observation, defense and security, navigation and science. With consolidated revenues of 2.1 billion euros in 2012, Thales Alenia Space has 7,500 employees in France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Belgium and United States. www.thalesaleniaspace.com Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE LEAD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR SPONSORS
  • 9. Thales is a global technology leader for the Defence & Security and the Aerospace & Transportation markets. In 2012, the company generated revenues of e14.2 billion with 65,000 employees in 56 countries. With its 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design, develop and deploy equipment, systems and services that meet the most complex security requirements. Thales has an exceptional international footprint, with operations around the world working with customers and local partners. www.thalesgroup.com With ViaSat's satellite communications and cybersecurity systems and services, warfighters can securely access information anywhere: Worldwide mobile broadband service for airborne ISR/C2 comms-on-the-move; UHF to Ka SatCom; High-capacity satellite broadband service, man-portable terminals, and payload/infrastructure design; Hard drive encryption, secure networks, secure wireless/smartphone; Real-time situational awareness/C2 and Blue Force Tracking. www.viasat.com Advantech Wireless, an ISO 9001: 2008 certified corporation, is the leading-edge wireless broadband communications solution provider since 1988. Products include Next Generation VSAT Hubs & Terminals, World-leading GaN technology HPAs, SSPAs, BUCs, Frequency Converters, Satellite SCPC Modems, Fixed and Deployable Antennas, Antenna Controllers, Terrestrial Microwave Radios, Routers and Ruggedized Products. www.advantechwireless.com AGI develops commercial modelling and analysis software for the space, defense and intelligence communities. Used by more than 40,000 engineers, operators and analysts worldwide, AGI software avoids the cost of reinvention, eliminates stovepipes and reduces risks associated with unproven tools. AGI tools are used to model complex systems (aircraft, satellite, ground vehicles), along with their sensors and communications, in the context of the mission environment. Through integrated visualization, these tools bring a clear understanding of system behavior and performance measured against mission objectives. These capabilities are available in the format most convenient to the user. www.agi.com Ansys’ every product is a promise of something greater. Higher performance. Better reliability. Increased market share. Everything depends on gaining that edge,realizing that promise. Satellite companies use ANSYS simulation to pursue better ideas with uncompromising precision and real-world confidence. ANSYS brings clarity and insight through fast, accurate and reliable engineering simulation of the complete product. Visit www.ansys.com/en_uk for more information. Comtech Telecommunications Corp. designs, develops, produces and markets innovative products, systems and services for advanced communications solutions. Its solutions play a vital role in providing or enhancing communication capabilities when terrestrial communications infrastructure is unavailable, inefficient or too expensive. These divisions are exhibiting: Comtech EF Data and Comtech Xicom Technologies. www.comtechefdata.com Ultra Electronics, GigaSat is a leading supplier of highly portable satellite communications systems for government and secure broadband data applications. Innovative composite materials are utilised in our comprehensive portfolio of terminals which are MIL-STD accredited and are fully certified for operation on the Wideband Global Satellite (WGS) constellation of satellites. www.ultra-gigasat.com GATR’s Antenna Systems are highly-deployable inflatable satellite communication terminals (1.2-, 1.8-, and 2.4-meter) that enable high- bandwidth satellite communications in remote areas. Deploying in as few as two cases and weighing less than 200 lbs (91 kg), the GATR can reduce logistical size (packaged weight and volume) while delivering the same performance as a conventional rigid antenna systems. www.gatr.com Gilat is a leading provider of satellite-based broadband communications products for major defense organizations around the world. The company’s antennas, BUCS, modems and VSATS feature minimized SWAP (Size, Weight and Power), making them ideal for a variety of SOTM requirements including UAV and other airborne applications, Homeland Security and C4I. www.gilat.com Ibetor focuses its activity in the design, manufacture and integration of state-of-the-art satellite communications systems under extremely demanding military requirements. Some examples are the unique X-Band low-profile SOTM terminal for all road conditions with the highest performances and pointing accuracy and the complete family of manpack products to fit customer’s requirements. We develop our products for X/Ka frequency bands. www.ibetor.es/uk/ Klas Telecom, Inc. was founded in 1991 and has been providing integrated, secure tactical communications solutions to the Department of Defense for over 12 years. Klas Telecom specializes in the engineering and development of baseband connectivity equipment for Inmarsat and other deployable satellite systems. Our newest product line, the Klas Telecom Voyager modular and scalable baseband system, consists of a range of common form factor networking modules along with various chassis options for use in the full spectrum of deployment platforms, and from static to on-the-move operations. Our modules deliver best-in-class Cisco routing, switching, cellular, VoIP, and RoIP technology in an industry-leading reduction in SWaP package while maintaining high user port density and a rich product feature set.  www.klastelecom.com Santander Teleport is strategically located in Santander, Northern Spain, at the intersection of both the XTAR and SKYNET 5 series satellites covering their AOR & IOR footprints. Santander Teleport provides secure uplink and downlink services from both of these X-band satellite constellations. Santander Teleport also provides commercial and government services in C-Band, Ku-Band as well as X-band with direct access to our NATO cleared and secured facility. The teleport has a view of the FSS geostationary arc from 60 degrees west to 65 degrees east, thus covering the region from Western Australia to Americas. Santander Teleport is connected by multiple OC3 fiber rings to major international connection hubs in Miami, New York, London and Madrid. Santander Teleport operates a 24/7 fully manned network operations center and a 100% up time availability of all of its current services. www.santanderteleport.com Spectra are a Satellite Service provider. We provide Global VSAT and Mobile Satellite Services supported by our fixed infrastructure and partnered Satellite Ground Stations. Spectra have partnered with Inmarsat to provide its L to L Band Services (L-TAC). SlingShot™ uses in-service radios to provide BLOS communications using Inmarsat’s L-TAC service. www.spectra-group.co.uk Vislink PLC is a global technology business specialising in the collection and delivery of high quality video and associated data. A key product on show at the exhibition is the new Mantis MSAT Terminal, weighing just 12.5 Kg. The terminal can be deployed in 5 minutes for ruggedized reliable satellite communications anywhere. www.vislink.com For more than 25 years, WORK Microwave’s Satellite Communications (SatCom) Technologies division has been a leading provider of high- performance, advanced satellite communications equipment. This equipment is designed for use by telecommunications companies, broadcasters, integrators, and government organizations operating satellite earth stations, satellite newsgathering vehicles, flyaways, and other mobile or portable military or commercial satellite communication solutions. With a comprehensive portfolio that includes satellite up/down converters, DVB-S/S2 modulators and demodulators, modems, and redundancy switch systems, WORK Microwave is renowned for helping operators get the most out of expensive satellite bandwidth, optimizing data transport, and dramatically improving satellite signal quality. The rugged design according to MIL-Std provides military customers with an extremely reliable product suitable even under adverse environmental conditions. www.work-microwave.de EXHIBITORS There are still some sponsorship and exhibition packages available on a first-come, first-served basis, for more information please contact Alia Malick, Director, MilSatCom on +44 (0) 207 827 6168 or e-mail: amalick@smi-online.co.uk
  • 10. Register online at www.globalmilsatcom.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Eutelsat will be hosting an Evening Dinner at the end of Day 1. This event will take place after the SES Drinks reception and will be hosted in the Chino Latino restaurant in the Hotel. Places are subject to availability. This year’s reception will be held in the Thames Suite and will be hosted by SES at the end of the conference on Day 1. SMI Group and our sponsor, Lockheed Martin will be hosting a pre- conference dinner in the Thames Suite at the conference venue on the evening after the pre conference workshop. Places are subject to availability Networking Opportunities at Global MilSatCom Europe's leading independent military communications event for satellite professionals offers unrivalled networking opportunities. Leave Global MilSatCom 2013 having forged new working relationships and strengthened your current ones. • Directly engage with military representatives from around the world. • Dedicated Question & Answer sessions during the conference will give you the opportunity to get your questions across to the people that matter. • Visit the large exhibition area to meet with your industry peers and assess the latest technologies and services on offer. • Networking breaks and lunches will allow you to discuss the key topics from the conference with your colleagues.  • Networking drinks and dinners pre-conference, and after day 1 and 2 of the event. This year we will be supplying all attendees with an Eventpad and increasing the features available. Sponsorship of the Eventpad is available for each of the three days of the conference. New for 2013 – Eventpad for everyone NETWORKING RECEPTIONS Monday 4th November – Pre-Conference Gala Dinner Tuesday 5th November – Drinks Reception Tuesday 5th November – Evening Dinner Day 1 Astrium will be hosting a drinks reception at London’s iconic Transport Museum in Covent Garden. This spectacular venue provides a fascinating insight into the vital contribution London's traffic management infrastructure has made to establishing London as one of the most important business centres in the world. Although Astrium manages traffic of a different type, the importance of continuous innovation in London's transport is paralleled by Astrium's work in providing critical communications infrastructure today that can support the evolving needs of the government and military for the next generation. In a year when the London Underground is celebrating its 150th year of operational service, Astrium’s Skynet 5 will be celebrating its 10th year of operational service. Wednesday 6th November – Drinks Reception at the London Transport Museum To commemorate our 20th year in business, SMi Group has commissioned a video production company to visually record elements of this year’s conference. A new sponsorship package will be made available to potential sponsors that will include the points below. 1. A 90 second compilation video introduction of the 3 day event and the evening functions. 2. One (five minute) interview with your speaker. 3. One (30 minute) speaker slot. Your speaker will present their conference presentation in private in our video suite located in the hotel. Video for Sponsors New for 2013
  • 11. 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 military decision makers. Want to know how to get involved? Contact Sonal Patel, SMi Marketing on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or spatel@smi-online.co.uk or Teri Arri on +44 (0)20 7827 6162 or tarri@smi-online.co.uk Due to the growth of Global MilSatCom in the past year, we are pleased to announce that we are moving to a bigger venue. The conference will be held this year at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, famous for its fantastic views of the Thames and is ideally situated near the South Bank in close proximity of Central London. If you wish to book accommodation for the conference at the luxurious Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, we can make the booking on your behalf at SMi's special discounted rates from £179.00 for a Standard Room. All rates are inclusive of English Breakfast but subject to VAT. To make a reservation and receive the discounted rate, please call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000, email hotels@smi-online.co.uk or use the form on the website: www.parkplaza.com/global-milsatcom THE VENUE What have past attendees said about Global MilSatCom? “The consistent quality and the fact it truly is an international conference in which the perspectives of many nations presented…SMi has once again improved Global MilSatCom over its predecessors. I and several veterans of these conferences have chatted and we all agree – quality of presenters and content has been the highest ever. Great job! Well done.” Orbital Sciences Corporation “Considered it a very useful conference. There was a good mix of technical, operational and policy topics. Clearly many organisations struggle with similar problems. Solutions are out there the insights provided will help to address the various challenges ahead. Overall all the speakers were of high quality, all of the presentations were of a high standard.” NATO Headquarters C3 Staff The conference’s success calls for a greater space for both conference and exhibition. Global MilSatCom is now a reference in this sector. Congratulations.” WSR EVENT SUPPORTED BY OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER
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GLOBAL MILSATCOM 2013 Conference: Tuesday 5th November- Thursday 7th November I Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel | London, UK Workshop: Monday 4th November 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 www.globalmilsatcom.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, 2nd Floor South, Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS CONFERENCE PRICES GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE I would like to attend: (Please tick as appropriate) Fee Total MILITARY, GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC SECTOR RATE □ Conference & Interactive Workshop £1498.00 +VAT £1797.60 □ Conference only £899.00 +VAT £1078.80 □ Interactive Workshop only £599.00 +VAT £718.80 COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS □ Conference & Interactive Workshop £2598.00 +VAT £3117.60 □ Conference only £1999.00 +VAT £2398.80 □ Interactive Workshop only £599.00 +VAT £718.80 NETWORKING RECEPTIONS □ Pre-Conference Gala Dinner 4th November (places subject to availability) FREE □ Evening Dinner 5th November (places subject to availability) FREE □ Drinks Reception 6th November at the London Transport Museum FREE The conference fee includes refreshments, lunch, conference papers and access to the Document Portal containing all of the presentations. If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk □ BOOK BY 30TH SEPTEMBER AND SAVE £100 OFF CONFERENCE PRICE EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within 7 days of event require payment on booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given until payment has been received. Substitutions/Name Changes: If you are unable to attend you may nominate, in writing, another delegate to take your place at any time prior to the start of the event. Two or more delegates may not ‘share’ a place at an event. Please make separate bookings for each delegate. 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Card Billing Address (If different from above): DOCUMENTATION (Shipped 10-14 days after the event) I cannot attend but would like to purchase access to the following Document Portal/paper copy documentation: Price Total □ Access to the conference documentation on the Document Portal £499.00 + VAT £598.80 □ The Conference Presentations - paper copy £499.00 - £499.00 (or only £300 if ordered with the Document Portal) VENUE Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, 18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ □ Please contact me to book my hotel Alternatively call us on +44 (0) 870 9090 711, email: hotels@smi-online.co.uk or fax +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or use the form on the website: www.parkplaza.com/global-milsatcom VAT VAT at 20% is charged on the attendance fees for all delegates. VAT is also charged on Document Portal and Literature Distribution for all UK customers and for those EU customers not supplying a registration number for their own country here: _______________________ PAYMENT