Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management 2017 Conference Intelligent ISR and C2 Resilience

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Shaping the Vision for a Multi-Domain, Networked ISR and C2 Enterprise The Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference is the global intelligence and airborne community's annual general meeting. Over the past four years, in both its UK and US iterations, the conference has evolved along with the reshaping of doctrine, pushing forward debate and discussion around networked warfare and shifts from platform-centric to information superiority-enabled concepts of operation. Each year, this leading international symposium looks to understand how both existing and emerging airborne C2 and ISR capabilities can produce the desired effects in the battlespace through the networking of sensors, operators, battlespace managers, commanders, analysts and warfighters. The Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management summit, to be held in Twickenham Stadium, is the only global forum for senior decision-makers to discuss the challenges they face in maintaining and achieving true information superiority. Featuring speakers across the full spectrum of NATO, along with General's from North America, Latin America, Africa and Europe, streams and interactive roundtables, 2017 promises to be its biggest and best yet for the global ISR community. Key discussion points for 2017: Acquisition and development of next generation ISR and C2 BM assets to ensure capability superiority and continued adaption to changing technological and operational realities Military-industry cooperation on how to shape requirements and ensure that modernisation programmes are proactive, not reactive? How to maximise the benefits of Big Data to maintain robust and versatile PED capabilities Inter-force, cross-domain and cross-hemispheric cooperation and information sharing to support global initiatives for a joint ISR network

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