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With rapid technological advances changing the way US maritime forces need to utilise and manage ISR capabilities across domains, Maritime and Littoral Reconnaissance and Surveillance systems and platforms have become a critical component of US naval capability. This conference presents the perfect opportunity to meet a diverse range of US Naval actors, Naval aviation experts, senior military figures and industry vendors involved in Maritime Surveillance and Intelligence gathering. Unlike other events, our conference places particular emphasis on the relationship between the Maritime and Joint Domains and how ISR capabilities are developing to improve these in tandem as well as individually. Benefits of attending: • Hear the latest updates on maritime reconnaissance and surveillance programs and capabilities from US and International Senior Leadership and Program Managers • A varied and specific range of topics including a unique emphasis on space-based maritime domain awareness, unmanned maritime systems, traditional ISTAR platforms, and sensors at sea • Engage and network with senior program leaders and solution providers developing and integrating innovative technologies in the space of maritime ISR • Listen to comprehensive briefings delivered by US and international speakers, including the National Reconnaissance Office, the OUSD R and E, the Defense Innovation Unit, the US Air Force Research Laboratory, the US Space Force, US Fleet Forces Command, NOAA, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and a range of frontline military organizations Who should attend?This year we are delighted to welcome support from the US Navy, DoD community, U.S. Space Force, USMC, NRO, DIU, U.S. Customs And Border Protection and a range of additional naval experts. Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology USA 2023 will continue to provide a unique platform for government, academia and industry to address the operator requirements, and very latest developments in enhancing the maritime surveillance capabilities of the US and their allies National militaries:• Maritime communications specialists• Reconnaissance technology experts Industry:• Businesses looking to break into the regional market• Established players in the regional market• Developers and innovators in military technology URL:Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/1562747-1?pid=5569 Date and Time: On Thu, 04 May 2023 08:50 - Fri, 05 May 2023 17:00 Venue details: Hilton Arlington, 950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22203, United States Prices:Early Bird Offer before 28/02/23: USD 1399.00,General Admission: USD 1599.00,International Military/Government Personnel Rate - General Admission: USD 899.00,US DOD Personnel Rate: USD 0.00 Speakers: Captain (Ret.) Edward Lundquist, Chair, Communications Committee, Surface Navy Association, Rear Admiral Mike Studeman, Commander, Director, Office Of Naval Intelligence, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO), Major General Gregory Gagnon, Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Intelligence, U.S. Space Force, Mr Jeremy Mucha, Technical Director, Communications Systems Directorate, National Reconnaissance Office, Dr Wellesley Pereira, Mission Lead, ISR/MW, US Air Force Research Laboratory, Colonel Lawrence Brad "Verde" Green, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Branch Chief , U.S. Marine Corps, Captain Dennis Monagle, Program Manager, Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems, US Navy, Mr Lawrence Fink, Division Manager, Expeditionary Command Control Communications and Cyber Division, NSWC Crane Division, Mr Sean Trevethan, Director NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation and Coordination Cell/Maritime Portfolio Lead in Defence Investments NATO HQ, NATO, Captain William Docherty, SO3 ISR, Royal Marines, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Arsenault, Commanding Officer, 405 Long Range Patrol Squadron, Canadian Armed Forces