Budapest, Hungary, February 15, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- With currently 2 Gold Sponsors and 9 other sponsors, the Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe conference, taking place in Budapest on 3rd-4th March 2020, is expected to attract 40+ military decision makers worldwide.
This year will provide a unique opportunity to learn from key strategic planners and decision makers from Central and Eastern European militaries, international military representatives, and international logistics agencies, as they seek to increase cooperation, and maximise logistical capacity.
With less than three weeks’ to go, interested parties must register soon to reserve a place at http://www.defence-logisticscee.com/prcom6
Ahead of the event, SMi Group caught up with Colonel Janos Poloskei, Command and Control Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command, to find more about his role, discuss current developments, priorities and the upcoming event. A snapshot of his interview is below:
Q: What are the challenges, both now and in the future, for land forces operations and effective logistics command and control?
A: “From the perspective of C4I the biggest challenge is the multi domain environment. If we see this through the eyes of a CIS expert it means physical and cyber space, it means different air, maritime, land and space units, it means different needs with hundreds of millions of potential solutions on the technical side, it means multinational engagements with different digitization solutions and it means integration at each end every level of the operations.”
Q: How can collaborating with different nations and pooling efforts improve capabilities? Is cooperating with allied partners something you are hoping to do more of in the future?
A: “…In the C4I area the development of active and passive radar systems, common radio waveforms, development of integration processes can the focus of the direction. Also, in the field of digitized simulation systems, training networks that are about to connect the single digitized soldier/asset are a developing are nations can do a common effort. Connected training and simulation is the future the reduce the price of using real systems for training purposes.”
At the conference, Colonel Janos Poloskei will be opening day-two of the meeting, with his presentation titled, "Assessing the C4I Capabilities of the Hungarian Defence Forces, Force Development and Procurement Challenges."
View the full speaker interview, as well as the agenda and speaker line-up at http://www.defence-logisticscee.com/prcom6
Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe
3rd-4th March 2020
Gold Sponsor: BR International Consulting Services & Crowley Maritime Corporation
Sponsors & Exhibitors: Bullet ID Corporation, Continest, GOFA, KH Inc, Maxi-Cargo, U.S. Cargo Systems, Western Global, WEW Container Systems, World Fuel Services
For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, please contact Luke Teachen on +44 (0) 207 827 6130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For any delegate enquiries contact Jamie Wilkinson on +44 (0) 207 827 6112 or email email@example.com
About SMi Group:
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