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MilSatCom Asia 2012 - Event Date: 09/May/2012 - 10/May/2012

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    Posted: 29/December/2011 at 11:29
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www.smi-online.co.uk/milsatasia5.asp

SMi are pleased to announce the 2nd instalment of MilSatCom Asia taking place on the 9th and 10th May 2012 in 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.
The reliance on satellite communication is increasing in Asia, and this event will attract senior SATCOM
professionals from across the Asia-Pacific region to one place. Following in the footsteps of our flagship event and Europe’s largest military satellite conference and exhibition, Global MilSatCom.
MilSatCom Asia will be a highly regarded niche conference to the Asia-Pacific region. Don't miss the opportunity to attend such an event and discuss the issues affecting the SATCOM community across
the region.
Hear from key regional and international military, government, civil and commercial experts on their latest national SATCOM programmes and initiatives.
Speakers include:
  • Jose Del Rosario, Senior Analyst, Northern Sky Research (NSR)
  • Patrick French, Senior Analyst and Head of Singapore Office, Northern Sky Research (NSR)
  • Major General (Dr.) Siva Kumar, Chief Executive Office, National Spatial Data Infrastructure, Department of Science and Technology, India
  • Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, JS01 CIS (J6), New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)
  • Major John Genouw, COMOPSLAND/G6/RegMat, Ministry of Defence, Belgium
  • Jonathan Hung, President, Singapore Space and Technology Agency (SSTA)
  • Dr. Soo Chin Liew, Principal Research Scientist, Head of Research, Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing, National University of Singapore
Taking part in this event will ensure you are kept fully up-to-date with the latest challenges, threats and solutions across the region. Register now at www.smi-online.co.uk/milsatasia5.asp
Satcoms UK members can get a S$100 (Singapore Dollars) Discount when they register.
 
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