SMi Network Enabled Capability Technology
February 1st, 2017 to February 2nd, 2017
|LOCATION:||Crowne Plaza Rome - St Peters, Rome, Italy (map)|
|CONTACT:||Honey De Gracia|
Tel: +44 (0) 207 827 6102
|DESCRIPTION:||Attendee List for Network Enabled Capability Technology 2017
Launching in Rome on the 1st and 2nd of February 2017, SMi's Network Enabled Capability Technology has attracted a global audience of high-calibre military and industry influencers. Nations attending include Belgium, Canada, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, UK, and USA.
As the show nears opening date, organisers SMi Group have released a list of attendees for the conference. The list features high level military personnel, 20 of which are Generals, 16 of which have the rank of Lieutenant General or higher. The list also features operational commanders at the forefront of tactical warfare optimisation, as well as programme managers and technical directors who create the platforms and technologies at the heart of NEC capability. Full details can be viewed on www.networkenabledcapability.com/satnews.
Network Enabled Capability Technology aims to help attendees stay at the forefront of enhancing and developing essential NEC capabilities including digital command and control systems, sensors and surveillance electronic warfare devices, equipment for the soldier of the future, and communication and information systems.
Showcasing 18 key presentations led by high-level military representatives, 2 panel discussions, and 4+ hours of networking, featured speakers include Italian Army, UK MOD, Canadian Army, Greek Army, Irish Defence Forces, NATO C3 Agency, NATO Defence College Foundation, Norwegian Armed Forces, Royal Netherlands Army, Swedish Defence University, US Army Europe, US EUCOM, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Allied Command Transformation, Radionor Communications and more.
A detailed agenda including a full list of speakers and their respective topics as well as registration details can be viewed on the event website.