SMi are thrilled to announce the return of Maritime Information Warfare conference, now in its second year, taking place on 26th and 27th November 2018, in London.
With rapid technological advances in information technology, the ability to utilise and manage information more effectively has become a critical component of naval warfare. Harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence, defending networks against complex cyber threats, and developing combat information systems to enhance command and control are all crucial to increasing information superiority and gaining an operational advantage. Therefore, navies are recognising the need to prioritise ‘Information Warfare’, to maintain strength in the maritime sphere.
With this in mind, and building on the Royal Navy’s Information Warrior Exercise, the two-day conference will explore themes such as: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Information Exploitation, Cyber Electro Magnet and Space Activity (CEMA), Command Control Communication and Computers (C4), Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR).
In particular, there will be a focus on information systems, machine learning, new methods of data analysis, the growing need for automation in naval assets, and strategies for naval cyber warfare and defence.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:
• The first and only event that approaches the concept of ‘information warfare’ in the maritime domain, and the need to embrace information to enhance naval operational effectiveness.
• Hear comprehensive technical briefings from the Royal Navy and other leading maritime experts on Artificial Intelligence, big data analysis, open source intelligence gathering and C4i combat information systems.
• Detailed focus on naval cyber warfare and how major European naval forces are approaching cyber defence of maritime assets and networks.
• Meet cutting-edge technology providers at the forefront of delivering artificial intelligence, information technology, and cyber defence solutions.
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