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Topic ClosedMobile Deployable Communications - Event Date: 04/February/2016 - 05/February/2016

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    Posted: 13/November/2015 at 13:24
The 9th annual Mobile Deployable Communications conference will take place in the new location of Warsaw, Poland. SMi Group are proud to have the support of the Polish Armed Forces who will be in attendance at the event as well as providing two host nation keynote addresses.

Mobile Deployable Communications 2016 will bring together senior military, government representatives and industry experts to further develop deployable network capabilities and provide further updates on national military capabilities and requirements from around Europe, including the eastern European nations.

To view conference brochure visit www.mobiledeployable.com

Message from the Mobile Deployable Communications 2016 chairman:
“Due to the growing emphasis on allied cooperation and collaboration as well as regional interoperability, this conference encourages deep discussion to debate potential solutions to the consistent challenges that are aced by multinational commands, national militaries and industry alike. I believe Mobile Deployable Communications 2016 is the perfect environment for such a forum, hence providing my support behind the conference as chairman.”

Brigadier General (Ret) Adam Sowa, Former Deputy Chief Executive at European Defence Agency and Former Director of Armaments Policy Department, Ministry of Defence Poland

The expert speaker faculty features:

Host nation addresses from:

Brigadier General Jozef Nasiadka, Head of the Command and Control Directorate (J6), General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces 
Colonel Gregorsz Szmit, Chief of IT Branch, Command and Control Directorate (J6), General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces
Keynote addresses from:
Brigadier General Sandro Sampaoli, Deputy Commander, NATO CIS Group 
Colonel Jimmy L. Hall Jr, Commander, 5th Signal Command, United States Army Europe

Military speakers also include:

Colonel Juergen Schick, Concepts & Development Division, CIS Command Bundeswehr 
Colonel Michel Pardoux, Head of Telecommunications Technical Branch, DGA France 
Colonel Jan van de Pol, Head of KIXS, Joint IT Command, Netherlands Ministry of Defence 
Colonel Susanne Bach Bager, Commander (DNK) Signal Regiment, Danish Defence Command 
Colonel Tibor Gaspor, Chief of Signal Branch & Deputy Chief of CIS & Information Security Directorate, Defence Staff of The Hungarian Defence Forces 
Colonel Horst Treiblmaier, Chief of Communication, Ministry of Defence Austria 
Colonel Heinrich Krispler, Head of Policies and Requirements Branch, CIS Directorate, EU Military Staff 
Lieutenant Colonel Tom Christiansen, Head of CIS Group, Norwegian Armed Forces 
Lieutenant Colonel Jari Rantapelkonen, National Defence University, Finnish Defence Forces
Click here to view the full event agenda

Benefits of attending:

Meet, network and hear from senior personnel in the Polish Armed Forces 
Listen to recent operational case studies from national and multinational commands and learn how to overcome the critical challenges 
Learn about deployable CIS capabilities and requirements and how tactical communications are being optimised from across Europe 
Understand how to make your network more robust and adaptable across operations

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Hosted by: Dr Susanne Søndergaard, Senior Analyst, Defence and Security, RAND Europe

If you are active in this market and could benefit from meeting likeminded experts from some of Europe’s leading communications programmes, then this is an event you cannot afford to miss.

Visit www.mobiledeployable.com for further information. 

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