We are pleased to announce the Defence Communications meeting will return 26th - 27th September in Krakow, Poland, bringing together industry and senior military leaders to discuss key issues around the constant the battle for information superiority.
Joint Communications Information Systems (CIS) have become a key weapon in modern operations, with the ability to effectively communicate, share data and orders amongst global partners imperative to mission success. The reliance on CIS coupled with the evolving landscape of telecommunications means that inbuilt naval systems, deployable network infrastructure for land forces and aviation communications continue to be at the forefront of military investment.
The level of modernisation in telecommunications has completely reinvented communication procedures in modern warfare where battles can be won or lost depending on who has the most secure, sophisticated and specialist infrastructure. It is for these reasons that research in radio spectrum management, bandwidth multiplication and joint service CIS system integration are high on MoD agendas.
Telecommunications is an ever-evolving essential military asset and those militaries which fail to continuously invest, innovate and integrate modern CIS will risk becoming inferior to other nations.
Defence Communications 2017 offers a platform for senior military operators, expert researchers and capability directors from leading defence agencies to meet with a host of solution providers from leading companies to assist in shaping the future of defence communications.
Key topics of interest at this years event include;
- The battle for information superiority
- ICT infrastructure for military operations
- Meshes and terrestrial broadband
- Software defined technology
- Cloud software in the military domain
- Maximising network availability in satellite denied environments
- Networking and connectivity on the move