Advancing Joint Communications Through Multi-Domain Interoperability
The 2017 Joint Tactical Networks Summit, occurring on January 17th & 18th, 2017, will focus on the technologies, policies, and strategies that enable robust communication systems and advanced network architectures to facilitate joint cooperation in a multiple domain environment to support mission success.
In order to fight in a multi-domain, joint environment, military services need the strength of an effective and efficient network to support communication capabilities. To support these capabilities, Defense Strategies Institute has created their Joint Tactical Networks Summit, which will examine the various initiatives regarding network interoperability, tactical data link tools, waveform standards, and other wireless communications trends and technologies.
Defense Strategies Institute’s 2017 Joint Tactical Networks Summit, occurring on January 17th & 18th, 2017, will focus on the technologies, policies, and strategies that enable robust communication systems and advanced network architectures to facilitate joint cooperation in a multiple domain environment to support mission success.
2017 Confirmed Speakers Include:
· James J. Mercer, Director, Joint Tactical Networking Center
· Jim Churchill, Deputy Program Manager, PMW 160, U.S. Navy PEO C4I
· Dr. Albert Legaspi, Senior Technologist (ST) Tactical and Enterprise Networks, SPAWAR System Center-Pacific
· Col Glen Genove, USAF, Deputy Director, Air & Cyberspace Operations (A3/6), CIO, & DIRCYBERFOR, U.S. Pacific Air Forces
· Col Geoffrey Weiss, USAF, Commander, 505th Test & Evaluation Group, Nellis Air Force Base, USAF
· COL Wade Johnston, USA, Commander, Joint Communications Support Element, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command
· CAPT John Watkins, USN, Commanding Officer, Code N6, U.S Third Fleet
· CAPT Lane Johnson, USCG, Chief, C4IT Division (PAC-6), U.S. Coast Guard
· Cedric Reliford, Branch Chief, Communications Interoperability, Joint Interoperable Test Command
· CAPT Herman Archibald, USN, Commanding Officer, NCTAMS PAC
This Year’s Topics Will Include:
- Updates on Network Architecture Modernization for Enhanced Joint Force Communication Capability
- Building Tactical Data Links Capabilities for Greater Communication Resiliency
- Advancing Multi-Domain Network Architectures for Cross Domain Operations
- Enhancing Network Capacity to Support Reliable Communication in an Expeditionary Environment
- Joint Communication Nodes and their Role in the Tactical Network Environment
- Leveraging Software-Defined Networking Processes for Agile Response
- Tactical Communication Considerations in Pacific AOR
- Developing Cybersecurity Strategies to Strengthen Network Architecture Security
- SATCOM Initiatives Supporting Multi-Domain Communication Capabilities
Seating is limited –
In order to allow for actionable discussion and dialogue amongst speaker and attendees, seating will be limited. Early Registration has now begun. Register now to reserve your seat. Active military, government and State personnel attend complimentary.
Anyone interested in participating in the Joint Tactical Networks Summit can visit Defense Strategies Institute's website at http://jointnetworks.dsigroup.org/for more information or contact Morgan at email@example.com, 1-201-266-0058
**Summit is closed to Press / No Recordings**
Register Now: http://dsigroup.org/joint-tactical-networks-summit/