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Last chance to register for MilSatCom Asia

SMi’s 2nd MilSatCom Asia 9th and 10th May 2012, Singapore. With satellite communications increasing in the region this event will allow fantastic networking opportunities with senior SATCOM professionals from across the region and internationally.

 
PRLog - Apr. 20, 2012 - The need for Military Satellite Communications is increasing in the Asia-Pacific region. With the continuing developments in the South China Sea many Naval Forces are looking to develop their SatCom capabilities to counter any threats faced in the maritime environment.

Many countries in the Asia-Pacific region have started to invest in developing reliable SatCom programmes with Vietnam and Pakistan increasing their presence in Space with SatCom capabilities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with the following countries at this year’s event: India, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Pakistan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore to receive a full overview of Asia-Pacific’s SatCom requirements and capabilities.


To view the full speaker line-up and programme, please refer visit:

http://www.smi-online.co.uk/goto/milsatasia84.asp

Day One - 9th May 2012
8.30   Registration & Coffee
9.00   Chairman's Opening Remarks
Jose del Rosario, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research
9.10   HOST NATION WELCOME REMARKS
Singapore Space Address
Jonathan Hung, President, Singapore Space and Technology Association
9.30   KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Japan's SSA co-operation and next X-Band SatCom Architecture
Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Policy, Defence Policy Division, Ministry of Defence, Japan
10.10   Satellites as enablers of maritime operations in the Indian Ocean region
Commodore (Ret'd) Seshadri Vasan, Former Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region East, Indian Navy
10.50   Networking Coffee Break Sponsored by Inmarsat
11.20   Australia's MilSatCom Programme
Squadron Leader Daniel Howarth, Satellite Capability Project Officer, Department of Defence, Australia
12.00   Military and Civil SATCOM Requirements in Asia
Jose del Rosario, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research
12.40   Networking Lunch
1.50   Capacity and Versatility - Key qualities of next generation SATCOM
Gordon McMillan, Director GX Government Services EMEA and Asia-Pacific, Inmarsat
2.30   INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
The Development of SATCOM in Asia
Patrick French, Senior Analyst and Head, Singapore Office, Northern Sky Research
Masayuki Iwaike, Director of Missile Defence and Space Policy, Defence Policy Division, Ministry of Defence, Japan
Dr. Mohammad Riaz Suddle, Director of PakSat-1R Programme, Suparco
Commodore (Ret'd) Seshadri Vasan, Former Regional Commander, Coast Guard Region East, Indian Navy
3.30   Networking Afternoon Tea Sponsored by Inmarsat
4.00   A 'systems' approach to secure SATCOM
Andy Hide, Head of Future Programmes, Astrium - Satcom Systems and Solutions
4.40   Importance of Satellite Imagery and Sensing across the ASEAN region
Soo Chin Liew, Principal Research Scientist, Head of Research, National University of Singapore
5.20   Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
5.30   DRINKS RECEPTION Sponsored by Astrium
Day Two - 10th May 2012
8.30   Registration & Coffee
9.00   Chairman's Opening Remarks
Jose del Rosario, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research
9.10   KEYNOTE ADDRESS: US International Wideband Global SatCom (WGS) Programme
David Steare, Lead, MILSATCOM International Engagement , US Air Force
9.50   SPECIAL ADDRESS: The Belgium view on MilSatCom solutions facing emerging challenges
Major John Genouw, COMOPSLAND/G6/ReqMat, Joint Operational Support Division, Ministry of Defence, Belgium
10.30   Networking Coffee Break Sponsored by Inmarsat
11.00   SATCOM as an enabler for force transformation in future tactical operations
Dr. Robert Pearson, Director, Cobham Technical Services
11.40   SOTM (SatCom on the Move) for C4ISR - Past experience and roadmap ahead
Eran Agmon, AVP Head of Integrated Defense Solutions, Gilat Satellite Networks
12.20   Networking Lunch
1.30   Pakistan Communication Satellite (PakSat) Programme
Dr. Mohammad Riaz Suddle, Director of PakSat-1R Programme, Suparco
2.10   Malaysia Space Programme and SATCOM Capability
Mustafa Din Subari, Deputy Director General, National Space Agency (ANGKASA)
2.50   Networking Afternoon Tea Sponsored by Inmarsat
3.20   New Zealand's SATCOM Programme Developments
Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, JS01 CIS J6, NZDF
4.00   Recent development of Satellite Technology in Vietnam
Professor Pham Anh Tuan, Director, Vietnam National Satellite Centre
4.40   Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

PLUS A HALF-DAY  POST CONFERENCE INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
What is the future for Satellite Communications-On-The-Move (SOTM)?
11th May 2011, Swissôtel Merchant Court Hotel
Singapore

Led by: Cobham

For sponsorship & exhibition information
Contact Sadia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk

For Delegate bookings contact
James Hitchen on tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6054/ email: jhitchen@smi-online.co.uk or contact Teri Arri on tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6162 /Fax to: +44 (0)207 827 6163/ email: tarri@smi-online.co.uk


PLUS A HALF-DAY  POST CONFERENCE INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
What is the future for Satellite Communications-On-The-Move (SOTM)?
11th May 2011, Swissôtel Merchant Court Hotel
Singapore

Led by: Cobham

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