SMi Group Reports: With less than two weeks to go, the preliminary attendee has been released for the virtual Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Technology Conference.
Registration will be closing soon for SMi Group’s highly anticipated virtual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology conference taking place virtually on the 3rd and 4th February 2021. The two-day conference will bring together senior military personnel and industry experts to discuss how to increase maritime surveillance operations to increase safety across the world’s oceans. The key topics for discussion include: unmanned ISR platforms, space-based maritime reconnaissance, fleet air arm ISR capabilities, sensors at sea and much more.
For those interested in attending, it is FREE for government, public sector and military personnel and only £499 for commercial companies. Register at http://www.maritime-recon.com/pr6
Delegates will have the opportunity to virtually meet and engage with industry leaders at the forefront of maritime reconnaissance and surveillance technology, over two-days and at their virtual exhibition stands. The 2021 sponsor line-up include: Gold Sponsor: Orbital Micro Systems, as well as Sponsors and Exhibitors: CLS, General Atomics, Hisdesat, Leonardo, Maxar, Navantia and Robin Radar Systems.
SMi Group have released a list of attending organisations ahead of the upcoming event:
AEROVIRONMENT, BELGIAN AIR FORCE, BELGIAN NAVY, CANADIAN ARMED FORCES, CLS, COAST GUARD – ITALY, COMBINED JOINT OPERATIONS FROM THE SEA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, NATO, DSTL, UK MOD, EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA, EUNAVFOR MED OPERATION IRINI, FRENCH NAVY, GENERAL ATOMICS AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, INC., HISDESAT, HMS COLLINGWOOD, ROYAL NAVY, IMAGESAT INTERNATIONAL N.V, ITALIAN NAVY, LEONARDO, LOCKHEED MARTIN UK, MARITIME AND COASTGUARD AGENCY, MARITIME COMPONENT COMMAND, MAXAR, MDA SYSTEMS LTD, MULTINATIONAL MARITIME SECURITY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, NATO MARCOM, NAVAL CENTRE FOR SPACE TECHNOLOGY, US NAVAL RESEARCH LAB, NAVANTIA S.A., NAVY COMMAND – GERMANY, NEW ZEALAND HIGH COMMISSION, OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH GLOBAL, ORBITAL MICRO SYSTEMS, POLISH NAVY HQ, PORTUGUESE NAVY, ROBIN RADAR SYSTEMS BV, ROYAL AIR FORCE, ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE, ROYAL NAVY, SAAB DYNAMICS AB, SGMER, SPANISH MOD, SWEDISH NAVY, TASK FORCE SIX SEVEN, UK MOD, US ARMY, US EMBASSY IN LONDON, US NAVY, and WINDWARD.
The event brochure is available to download online at http://www.maritime-recon.com/pr6
Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Technology
3rd-4th February 2021
Virtual Conference: Online Access Only
Gold Sponsor: Orbital Micro Systems
Sponsors & Exhibitors: CLS, General Atomics, Hisdesat, Leonardo, Maxar, Navantia and Robin Radar Systems
For sponsorship enquiries contact Justin Predescu on T: +44 (0) 207 827 6130 E: email@example.com
For any delegate enquiries contact James Hitchen on T: +44 (0) 207 827 6054 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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