Mobile Deployable Communications, Amsterdam
Amsterdam, 6-7 February 2014
The role of the communications systems has evolved hugely in the past 15 years. Simply having the ability to send text information is no longer adequate.
Returning for its 7th year, the 2014 Mobile Deployable Communications Conference will address the key topics of CIS networks and tactical communications, C4ISR standardisation, interoperability across the global armed forces, operational experiences and future technologies.
Military units are now relying on communication networks to relay information with sound, images, video. All of the military communication networks have to be secure, meaning that no interception is possible thus militating against reduced operational integrity.
Key Military speakers will deliver case study and experience led presentations giving delegates the opportunity to learn about and then discuss the experiences of other nations.
Lawrence Poynter, Product Manger at iOra, will deliver a presentation on ‘Sharing Data over Challenging Military Networks’ on Day One of the Conference. The Rear Admiral Phillip Wilcocks will Chair a panel discussion centred on “Challenges for modern mobile Defence forces in moving big data over low bandwidth networks” also on Day One of the Conference
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“The introduction of Geo-Replicator® has enabled us to work with much improved efficiency and has now been deployed across the fleet to transforming the way we operate.”
“The Regs4ships system with iOra Geo-Replicator® allows shore managers and ships’ crews to refer to integrated data in near real time.”
“iOra continues to be an integral part of the Ministry of Defense, delivering essential software across the organisation. Their software delivers a one stop strategy, saving time, money and resources.”
“In terms of the benefits to the Australian Department of Defense, they now have access to the full SharePoint platform capability – any time, anywhere – literally!”