2 Weeks to Go for Milsatcom Middle East 2012

10.01.2012 UAE
2 Weeks to Go for Milsatcom Middle East 2012

2 Weeks to Go for Milsatcom Middle East 2012

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Milsatcom Middle East, the strategic Satellite Communications for National Defense & Security event,  is less than two weeks away. It will be held on 23-24 January 2012 at the Park Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Milsatcom Middle East is a two day conference developed specifically to meet the satellite communications needs of Middle East military, government and security agencies.

Milsatcom Middle East will bring together senior dignitaries from UAE Armed Forces, Ministries of Defense of the UAE, Qatar and Oman, Ministry of Defense and Aviation KSA, Royal Saudi Naval Forces, UAE Presidential Guard, Border Affairs Council, Critical National Infrastructure Authority, Central Informatics Organization Bahrain, Bahrain Defense Force, and various other Government, Security and Internal Security Forces.

Confirmed Speakers at this event include:

  • Dr. Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Center of Excellence, UAE Armed Forces
  • Tim Shroyer, Chief Technology Officer, GD Satcom Technologies
  • Gerard Donelan, Head of Public Sector Projects, SES
  • Tareq Al Hosani, CEO, Yahsat
  • John Yates, Independent Satcom Consultant
  • Dr. Hugues LANCRENON, Thales, Defense and Security C4I System Division
  • David Moss, Director Government Services, Thuraya
  • Dr. Leslie Klein , President & CEO, C-COM Satellite Systems
  • Martin Jarrold, Director, Global VSAT Forum

Confirmed Sponsor for this event include: Yahsat, Thales, SES, Newtec, Astrium, Inmarsat.

Among others, Milsatcom Middle East will address the following topics:

  • Where is Mlisatcom currently - both technologically and commercially - and how it is likely to develop over coming years?
  • What are the leading trends and technologies ?
  • Which are the main companies involved in the development and application of Milsatcom, and what are their activities there?
  • What are the main challenges, and how are military professionals planning to overcome them?
  • How will defense agencies meet never ending demand for bandwidth, speed and applications?
  • How are governments planning to get involved?
  • What are the main drivers and restraints for Milsatcom development


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