Advacing ISR in a Complex and Hostile Global Maritime Domain
Over the past fifteen years the Maritime ISR Global symposium has built a reputation as a key strategic forum for thought leaders in the navy, marines and coast guard to address their operational challenges and acquisition interests, from national level maritime policy to naval ISR concept development and programme design. The event welcomes 150 military and industry partners and allies and encourages the strengthening of international networks and interoperability towards a unified and effective ISR enterprise in a complex and hostile global maritime domain.
2018 Speaker Faculty
Former Director for Intelligence (J2)
Joint Chiefs of Staff (2013-2016)
Maritime ISR Global Forum Objectives:
Understand how to better process, exploit and disseminate gathered information, taking advantage of enhanced data analytics to deliver decision-making superiority for your maritime forces
Implement enhanced information-sharing with your operational partners, force multiplying regional and national capabilities to eliminate gaps in coverage and establish a collaborative approach to reconnaissance
Develop multi-role capabilities for your ISR assets, allowing you to support a diversion mission brief that includes counter-narcotics, counter-illegal migration and EEZ protection operations
Discover how to interface high-resolution geospatial technology with your other ISR assets, in order to deliver persistent surveillance and to support a multi-domain approach to intelligence-gathering
Leverage and integrate multiple remote sensors, including hyperspectral imaging, UAVs and advanced radar, and use them to augment the range, accuracy and coverage of your existing maritime patrol aircraft, in readiness to identify detection-resistant threats
Interactive Map: Global Maritime Surveillance Developments 2016-17
With an estimated $50 billion to be spent on maritime patrol aircraft, maritime unmanned aerial vehicles, airborne anti-submarine warfare sensors and communication suites over the next 10 years.
Report: Global Maritime Surveillance Holdings and Market 2016-17
The world market for Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems is estimated at a value of $50 billion over the next 10 years. This includes Maritime Patrol Aircraft, Maritime UAVs and Airborne.
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