NATO Senior officers to discuss the future of NATO AGS Platforms at Airborne ISR 2019
SMi Reports: Three senior officers from NATO will be presenting at the Airborne ISR conference, in London next month
By: SMi Group
For those interested in attending, the full event details are available to download online. Register at www.airborne-
NATO's E-3 AWACS fleet is currently undergoing a final, comprehensive enhancement programme to prolong its' service into the 2030's. These future enhancements will look to leverage the extraordinary capabilities of the NATO AGS platforms and provide next generation capabilities for years to come.
With this in mind, SMi are delighted to have three senior officers from NATO who will be presenting their unique perspectives on the future of NATO ISR.
Major General Jörg Lebert, Commander Headquarters, NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force will be presenting on 'Managing NATO's C2 Capabilities with the E3 AWACS Fleet to Monitor Air and Land Threats'.
Brigadier General Volker Samanns, General Manager, NATO Airborne Ground Surveillance Management Agency will be presenting on 'Delivering an Integrated System for NATO Ground Surveillance to Produce Common Intelligence'.
Lieutenant Colonel Jens Mieckley, Executive Officer to the General Manager, NATO AEW&C Programme Management Agency (NAPMA) will be presenting on 'The Role of AWACS in the Alliance Future Surveillance and Control' discussing:
The two-day agenda includes 19+ thought provoking speakers and over 5 hours of networking, making this the leading meeting for exploring how information and decision dominance can be ensured with airborne assets.
The brochure with the two-day agenda and full speaker line-up is available at https://www.smi-
Airborne ISR Conference
23rd – 24th October 2019
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK
Gold Sponsor: Leonardo
Sponsors: Airbus, Horizon Technologies, Intelsat General Corporation
For sponsorship and exhibitor enquiries, contact Sadia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6130 or smalick@smi-
For delegate enquiries, contact James Hitchen on +44 (0) 207 827 6054 or jhitchen@smi-
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