Brigadier General, Polish Armed Forces Confirmed to Speak at Global MilSatCom 2015

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SMi’s 17th annual conference and exhibition on Global MilSatCom will be taking place on the 3rd - 5th November 2015 at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in London, UK.

Global MilSatCom 2015

SMi are delighted to announce Brigadier General Jozef Nasiadka, Chief of Command and Control Directorate – J6, General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces has joined the expert speaker line-up at the 17th Annual Global MilSatCom conference in November. The Brigadier General will be speaking on: An Overview of the Development of Satellite Communications Capabilities in the Polish Armed Forces (more presentation details to be released shortly).

Industry News:

Lockheed Martin have recently announced the fourth Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite, delivered by the U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin arrived in Florida, prior to its expected August launch*.

MUOS-4 is the latest addition to a network of orbiting satellites and relay ground stations that is revolutionizing secure communications for mobile military forces. Users with operational MUOS terminals can seamlessly connect beyond line-of-sight around the globe.

Iris Bombelyn, Lockheed Martin’s Vice President for narrowband communications stated, “MUOS allows troops all over the world to talk, text and share mission data seamlessly, while traveling, without having to worry about where they are in relation to a satellite...MUOS-4 will complete our near global coverage, reaching further north and south toward the poles than ever before.”

This year’s Global MilSatCom event will provide the ideal opportunity for attendees to discuss the launch of MUOS satellites in greater detail as Harold Haney, Chief, SATCOM & Spectrum Management Division, United States Strategic Command presents on "Why The Launch of MUOS 3 And The MUOS Constellation Will Lead Next Generation Worldwide Mobile SatCom"

Harold Haney’s presentation will cover:

  • The launch of MUOS 3 and how it contributes to the overall goals of the MUOS constellation
  • Why MUOS 3 capability emphasises the importance of joint cooperation and modernisation in providing the U.S. forces with resilient communications in the harshest environments.
  • Why the launch of MUOS 3 will vastly improve secure SatCom for the mobile U.S forces. - Next generation narrowband tactical communication system, Secure on-demand voice and data communications services
  • How the MUOS constellation guarantees requirements for services beyond U.S military operations. - Worldwide coverage for emergency assistance, including disaster response and humanitarian relief

For further details visit the Global MilSatCom website

The 2015 agenda also features a line-up of key military speakers alongside leading satcom experts from: DGA France, Nigerian Navy, Tanzania People's Defence Force, United States European Command, Bundeswehr, Royal Netherlands Army, Philippine Navy, New Zealand Defence Force, MoD Japan, NATO Communications and Information Agency, plus many more.

DRS Technical Services, Inc., HisdeSAT, Honeywell Aerospace, L-3 Communications and SES Global are just a few of the latest confirmed attendees. With the event guaranteed to sell out, those interested in attending are advised to register before 30th September and save £100.

For more information or to register please visit

For event enquiries please contact the team on: +44 (0) 207 827 6000 or events(at)smi-online(dot)

*Lockheed Martin, 29th June 2015, click here to view article

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