19th annual Global MilSatCom Conference & Exhibition
Tuesday, November 7 - Thursday, November 9
SMi’s Global MilSatCom is known as one of Europe’s leading military communications events, bringing the satellite community to London for nearly two decades. The conference brings senior military and key industry representatives together to network, benchmark, and learn about key developments to SatCom technology and how this is implemented to fulfil capability gaps as well as critical military and government requirements. The conference’s reputation has been built on the high-level international speakers and decision makers it attracts and the fantastic interactive opportunities offered during the 4 days of conference sessions, workshops and networking receptions.
This year’s event will see developments and updates to international MilSatCom programmes including new nations such as Japan, Republic of Korea, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, and Luxemburg. Key themes and challenges at the core of the MilSatCom Community will be addressed, such as the Wideband AoA and GovSatCom initiative, the demand for flexibility and resiliency in a contested environment, ground-segment R&D advances, SatCom-on-the-move capabilities, as well as the surging importance of interoperability and allied international collaborations.
We have 40+ presentations from key military speakers including UK MoD, US Air Force, Japanese Cabinet Office, Canadian Armed Forces, DGA France, Italian MoD, US DoD, Spanish Armed Foces, DISA, NATO, Brazilian Air Force and more. There will also be talks and exhibition stands from leading defence and space companies such as SES, Airbus, EutelSat, Kratos, Boeing, Thales, Newtec, Lockheed Martin, Hughes Network Systems, Intelsat, ViaSat, Raytheon, Unique Broadband Systems and more.
Event programme also includes two pre-conference workshops: Workshop A: Global Government Payload Exploration Workshop B: Interference in SatCom Systems.
Places are strictly limited so register at www.globalmilsatcom.com/spacenews.
Early Bird: Book by June 30 to save £200. Book by September 29 to save £100.