London, United Kingdom, December 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Space has become a very influential factor in warfare with satellites being used for communications, reconnaissance, navigation and intelligence. With threats increasing to our national space infrastructures such as cyber-attacks, space weather, space debris, collisions with other satellites and anti-satellite missiles; there are all real dangers that can cripple a military force's fighting capability.
Military Space Situational Awareness 2016 will bring together Military Space users and private industry specialists from around the world to discuss the challenges of gathering information in space and how they can be overcome through intimate cooperation and research and development.
For more information or to register please visit the event website on www.military-space.com/prcom
The 2016 expert speaker line-up features top decision makers from the Italian Air Force, Spanish Ministry Of Defence, German Ministry of Defence, Austrian Armed Forces, FMV (Swedish Defence Material Administration), Brazilian Armed Forces, London Institute of Space Policy and Law, UK Space Agency, DARPA, European Space Agency, Air University, Joint Space Command, FOI, University of Bern…
For the full list of speakers and details on the topics that will be discussed please visit the event website www.military-space.com/prcom
• Gain a unique focus on space situational awareness as the centre of securing current and future space operations
• Discuss emerging technologies and operational approaches to SSA as militaries continue to learn and develop their capabilities
• Understand how emerging space nations are striving to enhance national security in the Space Domain
• Hear and network with experts from major national Armed Forces operating in Space with dedicated SSA roles
For the full agenda please visit the event website on www.military-space.com/prcom
There is currently an EARLY BIRD offer, book before 18th December to save £400.
For more information and to register visit www.military-space.com/prcom
For event enquiries contact the team on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org