Joint C4ISR - Delivering Information Dominance In The Coalition Environment
LONDON, April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Senior military personnel including NATO representatives from over 15 nations including Belgium, Finland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States as well as industry solution providers are gathering at Joint C4ISR event in Rome to discuss how their experiences and technological developments are shaping the way information dominance is delivered in the modern battlespace.
Keynote briefings at the event include Brigadier General Enrico Bologna, Director of Defence Information Infrastructure Programmes from the Italian Defence Procurement Agency who will speak about Italian C4I Programes: Capital P-Program and Defence Information Infrastructure.
As the 2 nd phase of the MAJIIC programme is upon us, this will be a unique opportunity for solution providers to showcase their solutions to the Italian MoD.In addition, from the British Army, Brigadier General Alan Hill, Head Information Superiority will a speak about - Delivering Information Superiority to the British Army Other keynote briefings from NATO include:
- Colonel Patrick Grelier, NNEC Branch Head, NATO ACT - NATO ' s Networked Enabled Capability: Increasing Interoperability and Situational Awareness
- Mr. Sean Midwood, Principle Scientist, Office of the Chief Technology Officer, NATO C3 Agency - MAJIIC 2 Update: Increasing Situational Awareness in the Joint Environment
- Group Captain Chris Featherstone, Branch Head, Current & Future Ops Branch, NATO SHAPE - The Afghan Mission Network (AMN ) - ISAF ' s Primary C5ISR Network in Afghanistan
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