The 7th annual conference on...
Mobile Deployable Communications
6 - 7 February 2014 | Mövenpick City Centre Hotel, Amsterdam
Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Harris CapRock, iOra Software, RUAG Schweiz AG
Join US Army, Cisco, Austrian MoD and DE&S at Mobile Deployable Communications conference
Organised by SMi Group, taking place on the 6th and 7th February 2014, Amsterdam
Mobile Deployable Communications conference returns for the 7th annual event to bring together key military officials and industry experts to discuss the latest developments and challenges facing the mobile deployable communications industry.
Key topics to be addressed include a recent update on UK Land Environment Tactical CIS, working towards a global mobile communications system, network centric warfare and examine case studies such as the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
SMi are delighted to announce Cisco has joined the speaker line-up on day 2 of the conference. Do not miss the chance to hear their presentation on: Transforming Military Mobile Deployed Communications. The presentation will be led by David Lawford Mee, Business Development Manager, Defence - Europe, Middle East, Africa & Russia and Edwin Tromp, Vertical Solutions Architect both from Cisco Systems. Click here for an event update.
Speaker presentation highlights include:
Michael McCarthy, Director of Operations and Program Manager, US Army
Breaking the Paradigms: The US Army Mobility Project
- CSDA is changing how soldiers access knowledge, training, data across the Training, Admin and Operational Domains
- The Army continues to lead the efforts to bring mobile computing technologies to the soldier at the leading edge of the battlefield.
- The Army continues to share Insights and Lessons Learned from the CSDA project across DoD and Agencies and Departments of the Government
Senior representative, BOWMAN and tactical Communication & Information Systems, DE&S
The future of UK Land Environment Tactical CIS
- The Current state of the UK Tactical CIS in the Land Environment
- The short term future of the current solution
- The future challenge facing the UKs tactical CIS
- The possible future solutions to meeting the demand
Resilient Voice Services for the Tactical Internet
Robin Edgar Hansen, Team Leader SW design, RUAG
- What is the Tactical Internet and why services need to be resilient and de-centralized
- What challenges is a VoIP telephony solution faced with in such environments
- Why existing enterprise VoIP solutions are not designed for the Tactical Internet
- How RUAG Tactical Telephony TTEL solves the challenges
Click here to download the conference brochure and view the full speaker line-up
If you would like to register please visit www.mobiledeployable.com
Alternatively contact James Hitchen on +44(0) 207 827 6054 or email email@example.com to get more information about the event.
Secure Mobile Device Technology Delivered to U.S. Marine Corps
Trusted hand-held commercial devices available now for network pilots or trials
Carlsbad, Calif. – In Fall 2013 the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command took delivery of off-the-shelf mobile devices with advanced information security engineered by ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT). The USMC is now evaluating this first production delivery of 150 protected mobile devices on a beta service network. This new secure mobile system will be available on any Android device and multiple carriers for pilots.
While this development is for government unclassified and classified use, the ViaSat system is based entirely on commercial technology and is designed to provide secure communication of sensitive information for any government or commercial customer. The technology creates a virtual secure environment on standard android devices, enabling a highly trusted platform for secure enterprise extension to the mobile network.
“We’ve delivered this secure virtualization in a standard android device to enable a highly-trusted platform for the mobile enterprise,” said Jon Korecki, executive director of Secure Network Systems at ViaSat. “Now we’re at work on integrating these protected commercial devices into a variety of carrier networks and managed services.”
ViaSat cyber and information security for commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) smartphones and tablets adds three key protection benefits:
- Secure communications over 3G/4G/LTE cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
- Secure storage of sensitive data.
- Protection against malware attacks.
SES Government Solutions
In SES Government Solutions, SES has combined three decades of Americom’s USG experience with the global capabilities and assets of the SES satellite fleet. The result is a new organization, formed in April 2010, created solely to provide bandwidth and hosted payload opportunities to U.S. Government, Intelligence and Civilian agencies.
SES Government Solutions continues Americom’s corporate record of serving the U.S. Government SATCOM market since 1973. As the only operating company within the SES family focused on USG, we back every Government mission with a long-standing record of technical achievement, operational excellence and service commitment.
Bandwidth & Capacity
As part of the premier global satellite operator of satellites, SES Government Solutions expands the communications capabilities of U.S. Government and military missions – no matter where they are.
- Over 50 GEO satellites with an industry leading 99.999% network availability
- Broadband service for global, high-quality, secure access
- Large fleet capacity for managing new requirements and coverage areas
- Highly reliable and secure links
- Full or partial transponders
- Long term, short term and occasional use
- Multiple protection levels
- Opportunities to engage in fleet development and investment process to ensure capacity is available when and where it is needed for future Government missions
We’re ready to help you in every way we can.
SES Government Solutions Headquarters
2010 Corporate Ridge, Suite 550
McLean, VA 22102 U.S.A.
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