Industry Events (exhibitions, conferences and webinars)
Red Teaming - Hacking (Organisations) from the hotel
QinetiQ will be hosting a FREE webinar on "Red Teaming - Hacking (Organisations) From The Hotel," taking place at 11am GMT on 25th November 2020.
During this exclusive webinar, James Mason, Enterprise Cyber Security Services, QinetiQ and a Senior Security Specialist from QinetiQ's expert Security Health Check Team, will discuss why you should carry out a Red Teaming exercise, explore red team war stories, and discuss what their clients learned and how they benefited reducing critical business risk from a single engagement.
A first-of-its-kind experience, PTC’s Annual Conference will embrace the opportunity for attendees and participants to gather as a virtual community, network, learn, and have some fun.
As the strategic springboard for the global communications industry, the PTC Annual Conference will allow attendees to deliberately plan their year ahead and offer a three-day platform to discover the changes in the ICT industry – the reality of a world subject to global threats like pandemics and natural disasters – and understand the dramatic shifts and adaptations in this new uncharted territory.
CYSEC, a Swiss cybersecurity company, is co-organizing with AP-Swiss, the Ambassador Platform of the European Space Agency’s Applications programme in Switzerland, the first event dedicated to cybersecurity for satellites in Europe. CYSAT ’21 will gather leading players from the European space industry in Davos, Switzerland, to share challenges and solutions related to cyber risks in Space. Space engineers have historically focused on building reliable satellites at a time when the security of space assets, data and services. With an easier access to space and the boom of Newspace startups collecting critical data and delivering valuable services to customers, space assets have become an attractive target for hackers.
Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology
SMi Group are delighted to announce the return of the 6th Annual Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology Conference, taking place virtually on the 3rd and 4th February 2021. With the previous events taking place in Rome, the event has brought forward a discussion on the growing need for more comprehensive and sophisticated Joint Maritime ISR capabilities in the Mediterranean and beyond, particularly following the Migrant Crisis that remains. Platforms and topics discussed include: Unmanned ISR platforms, Space-based Maritime Reconnaissance, Fleet Air Arm ISR capabilities, Sensors at Sea and more.
As the only meeting with a specific focus on Maritime ISR, the conference will bring together the widest range of expert nations ever to discuss key operational and technological challenges facing navies and other maritime organisations, as they resolve to monitor the sea and protect their borders.
Military & Government Personnel can attend the event for FREE and commercial organisations can register for only £499.
With COVID-19 spreading across the globe, the security and integrity of a nation’s borders have rarely been more important than now. Amid this disruption, the problems of migration, cross-border criminality, and smart-borders have become even more critical as rogue elements seek to exploit the situation. These issues need to be addressed urgently by the international community.
Now in its fourteenth year, the Border Security Conference has established itself as a market leader in this sector and will return in February 2021, virtually, to meet these issues head-on. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to meet and network with senior military staff, government figures and industry from around the world, all responsible in their own way for enhancing border security capabilities on a global scale.
Join us virtually to explore the latest insight on the security and integrity of border points (land, ports, airports, or illegal ingress points) in response to growing global threats.
Join the third Spanish Small Satellites International Forum 2021, an international key workshop that brings together every sector agent such as designers, technicians, scientists, suppliers, developers and launchers. The forum offers a unique networking and knowledge opportunity about the current status and future trends of the small satellites sector
As cooperation between armed forces, and the prevalence of joint logistics operations increases, so the importance of defence logistics as a capability in its own right continues to grow.
SMi Group are pleased to announce the return of the 6th annual Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe conference, taking place virtually in March 2021.
Conference Highlights: • The only logistics conference specifically dedicated to Central and Eastern Europe, bringing together senior supply chain leaders from the region and beyond to discuss current and future priorities and developments. • The speaker line-up includes senior military logisticians from Albania, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland, and the UK. • Key fundamental topics to be covered include: Regional Updates, Supply Chain Management Solutions, International Operations and Solutions, MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul), and Host Nation Support. • New for 2021: new speaker from Albania and new topics to be discussed including AI, additive manufacturing, and medical logistics.
The two-day event will bring together the key military logisticians from across the Central and Eastern European region and beyond. The conference aims to discuss new trends, crucial developments, and the methods, strategies, and procedures armed forces are increasingly pursuing for optimal logistics efficiency.
The SMi Group are pleased to present the next annual conference in the sell-out portfolio of Armoured Vehicle events: Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness (FAVSA) 2021, taking place in London on the 12-13 April 2021 Virtually as an online event.
As the focus of modern warfare continues to shift from asymmetric counter-insurgency operations towards near-peer conflict, military and defence organisations worldwide are increasingly focused on retaining and maintaining overmatch capabilities to ensure success on future battlefields. In order to secure this strategic advantage in the age of increased technology and domain convergence, it remains essential that allied militaries discuss existing and future developments within their armoured capabilities in order to match and overcome future threats from peer and near-peer adversaries.
The CubeSat Developer’s Workshop is an annual conference hosted by the Cal Poly CubeSat Laboratory at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. More than 500 industry professionals, small satellite developer’s and students come together for two to three days of presentations, networking events and more!
It is America’s leading showcase of space technology and services for spacecraft, satellite and launcher systems, subsystems, components and materials for civil, military and commercial space. Discuss your products & services, business collaborations and partnership opportunities with prime organisations and integrators.
For the first time, in 2021, the prestigious conference, with executive and technical industry speakers from across the globe, will now also be completely free-to-attend, attracting a wider audience from primes, integrators and agency.
Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology 2020 is a crucial forum for the discussion of current and future projects and programmes delivering unmanned and autonomous technology. Bringing together key planners and decision makers from across the NATO-aligned world, this is the only event providing holistic coverage of unmanned systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments. As the world's leading event, this conference is the global meeting point for the naval unmanned systems community.
CABSAT now in its 26th edition will evolve to keep pace with the ever-changing satellite industry and grow accordingly with new end-user markets, applications and technologies.
Part of Content Distribution sector of the show, the SATELLITE’s Exhibit floor represents the entire ecosystem of satellite carriers, manufacturers, service providers and integrators serving government and military, maritime, aviation, broadcasters, Telco’s, commercial business enterprises or aerospace industries.
ANGA COM is Europe’s leading business platform for Broadband, Television and Online. It brings together network operators, vendors and content providers on all issues of broadband and media distribution. The next show date is 8 to 10 June 2021 in Cologne/Germany.
ANGA COM’s key topics include: Gigabit Networks, FTTH, 5G, OTT, AppTV, Cloud TV, Video Streaming, Smart City and Smart Home. Most recently, ANGA COM counted more than 500 exhibitors from 35 countries and 20,000 participants from 83 countries.
The SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition launched in 1981 with the goal to connect and unite the satellite industry as we headed towards new frontiers. In 2021, SATELLITE celebrates 40 years of serving the satellite and space communities and broadening the scope of content to encompass professionals in commercial markets benefiting from satellite technology and applications, such as broadcasting, media & entertainment, government/military, aviation, maritime, automotive, financial, healthcare, telecommunications and more.
The Space Symposium, held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and plan for the future of space since the inaugural event in 1984. Attendees at that original event numbered barely 250 space enthusiasts. In recent years, the Space Foundation team has welcomed more than 14,000 people from around the world, including speakers, attendees, exhibitors, volunteers, educators and students. The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum and as the “must attend” opportunity for information on and interaction among all sectors of space.
Called the National Space Symposium for the first 29 years, the event was renamed in 2014 to Space Symposium to reflect the event’s truly global profile.