Tuesday, March 4, 2008


The region’s 1st forum for defence geospatial intelligence…

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Heading Feature -->Excellent conference-good speakers, appropriate topics. Well organised.
Peggy Heffner, Navair, US Navy
On Target - Outstanding
SATCOM Department Head Engineer, Rockwell Collins
High quality speakers. Wide range of countries/national views.
Roger Hoyle, Thales
Attend this regional first to hear from global geospatial intelligence experts sharing best-practice on achieving interoperability and integration:
Major General John Rose, Director General Intelligence Collection, UK MoD
Senior Representative, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, US
Frank Asbeck, Director, European Union Satellite Centre
Brian Routledge, Deputy Director, European Union Satellite Centre
Mark Sorensen, Head of GIS, Abu Dhabi Spatial Data Infrastructure
Commodore Pat Tyrrell OBE (Ret’d), Former Comandant, Defence Intelligence and Security School and Deputy Chief Executive, Defence Communication Services Agency, UK MoD
Sam Bacharach, Executive Director, Outreach, Open Geospatial Consortium
Professor Mike Jackson, Board Director, Open Geospatial Consortium
Professor Bhupendra Jasani, Expert in Military Applications of Outer Space, Kings College London
Major Peter Richardson MInstRE, Operations Officer, Defence Geographic Centre, UK MoD
Only at Defence Geospatial Intelligence Middle East will you …
Participate in the most pioneering interactive session in the region bringing military, government, industry and consultants together to evaluate evolving geospatial intelligence requirements. Bring your biggest technical problems to the table and listen to the heavyweights discuss what is driving – and inhibiting – the Middle East from reaching its geospatial intelligence goals. Tackling key issues such as:
Enabling effective interoperability to integrate civilian and military geospatial intelligence capabilities
Overcoming stovepipes to create cross-command situational awareness
Building effective enterprise architectures to allow instant access to data in an interoperable environment
Benchmarking against international geospatial standards
Assessing the latest technology solutions and how to implement themHeading -->
The only forum to allow you to assess the latest Geospatial Intelligence technology developments providing global expertise on military implementation, national security applications and crisis response. Hear from experts from the US, UK, Europe and industry to optimize your current systems.Book now onto this exclusive forum to avoid disappointment
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