Hundreds of senior GIS capability officers, C4ISR specialists, national security professionals and IT architects are gathering at Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) 2011 in London on January 24-27th, 2011. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the key challenges and the opportunities geospatial capabilities brings to defence, intelligence and national security organisations.
According to our research, most of the 100+ and over defence and national security organisations the world over are currently expanding their geospatial strategies, to use geo intelligence on both strategic and tactical levels. Starting with command and control, and all the way down to the individual soldier in-theatre, every part of every defence organisation needs geospatial intelligence and capability.
Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) 2011 has gathered over 65 hours of in-depth case study presentations, debates and success stories from around the world to show you how GIS is being used, what the key challenges are and what the future holds.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS – Hear The Vision From The Top Command
Geo has become truly important, and strategically vital, to the success of every defence and national security operation. It is so important that the chief of joint operations at UK forces, Air Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, is preparing a keynote address to give you his vision and strategies for geo intelligence and GIS in defence. He will be joined by Vanessa Lawrence, Chief Executive and Director General of the Ordnance Survey , who is responsible for supporting the 2012 London Olympic Games with effective geo intelligence and capabilities. Vanessa Lawrence will present a strategic update on the preparation for London 2012 Olympic games, focusing on the key role of GEOINT in ensuring the games security.
A Truly International & Highly Focused Conference Agenda
DGI 2011 has made it a priority to give you a truly international perspective on GEOINT. Case study presentations, debates and panel discussions are being prepared by senior speakers from over 40 countries.
You will learn from, and network with, senior intelligence and defence professionals from:
UK, USA, France, Italy, Israel, Germany, Canada, Australia, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Spain and many other countries.
Confirmed attendance already includes:
Israeli Intelligence Service (ISIS)
Defence Geospatial Intelligence
24-27 January, 2011
QEII Centre, London
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