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18 - 20 January, 2016

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom

Contact Us: +44 (0) 207 368 9836

Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference

18th - 20th January 2016 | QEII Conference Centre, London

Europe’s Key Meeting Place for Defence and Security GEOINT Professionals

Informative. Interactive. Relevant

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Director, Head of GEOINT, Austrian Armed Forces

8 representatives confirmed, including 5 GIS leaders

4 GIS leaders confirmed

Head of Department, Ministry of Defence

7 GIS leaders confirmed to attend

Director General, National Land Survey of Finland

2 GIS leaders confirmed including:
- Programm Officier FELIN, Ministry of Defence – France
- Chief Joint Geographic Dept Officer, BGHOM, France

2 GIS leaders confirmed including:
- GEOINT Coordinator, FIS
- Section Head, GeoInformation Service, Bundeswehr

4 GIS leaders confirmed to attend

2 GIS leaders confirmed to attend

Lieutenant Colonel, National Directorae of Armaments - Land

3 representatives confirmed including:
- Major, Air Self-Defence Force, Japan Ministry of Defense
- Technical officer, Japan Ministry of Defense

Managing Director, Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Jordanian ArmIncluding:

Head GEOINT Policy, Plans and Partnerships, GEOINT New Zealand

9 representatives including 5 GIS leaders attending

SO1 (MGR) Raw, National Survey Authority

Director General, Frontex

National Security Shield, Director

Brigadier General, Romanian MOD

Head of Operations Division, EU Satellite Centre

2 GIS leaders attending including:
- Tech Lead Concept System for Intelligence and Security, Program Office TORB, Swedish Armed Forces HQ
- Maritime Analyst, Swedish Coast Guard Head Quarters

8 representatives confirmed, including 6 GIS leaders

Intelligence Support Director, Royal Netherlands MoD

Director, Directorate of GIS, Central Informations Organisation

10+ GIS Leaders confirmed to attend

10+ GIS Leaders confirmed to attend

What is DGI?

DGI is the only large-scale annual meeting in Europe of military and civilian geospatial intelligence agency leaders. The conference and exhibition provide a unique platform for 600 international GEOINT experts and attendees to exchange experiences, share plans and national programme updates, showcase the latest technologies and shape the future of the industry together.

DGI combines over 30 hours of interactive learning and 15 hours of intimate networking to enable geospatial intelligence experts from over 40 countries to shape the future of their national GEOINT capability together.

With input from the most senior GEOINT leaders across the world, DGI also provides you with the most up-to-date view of geo-political risks that will impact your organisation in the near term and for which you need to be prepared. As such, DGI is a must-attend event for every GEOINT professional today

Leading Speakers Confirmed for 2016 include:

General Sir Richard Barrons

Commander, Joint Forces Command

General Mikhail Kostarakos

EU Military Committee

Major General James Hockenhull

Director, Cyber, Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence

Major General Odd Egil Pedersen

Commanding General
Norwegian Forces Cyber Command

Pacal Legai

Director, EU Satellite Centre
NATO International Military Staff

Jane Dickerson

International Support Team Europe, US National Geospatial Intelligence

James Edge

General Manager
NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) Management Agency (NAGSMA)

Brigadier General Paul Hurmuz

Chairman, Geo Board
NATO International
Military Staff


Military and Industry GIS Experts

100 +

Of the world’s leading geospatial experts speaking


Highly interactive sessions


Nations sending senior delegations of geospatial experts


Value-packed days


New focus session on Open Source/Social Media/Human Geography

Why attend DGI:

  • Learn how to benefit from open source information during the OSINT sessions on January 18 including how to exploit social media as a tool for risk assessment and how to deploy open source as a discipline for better intelligence capabilities
  • Discover how allied nations are mapping the influence of non-state actors by using GEOINT in new and innovative ways during the Strategic Perspective sessions on January 19
  • Identify future threats to regional stability in Europe and farther afield and the role of GEOINT in maintaining security during the Future Threats sessions on January 20
  • Learn the latest lessons from recent applications of GEOINT in North America, Canada and the Arctic to stay up-to-date with how experienced agency leaders are innovating during the North America Sessions on January 18
A great event addressing the key challenges we face as GEOINT professionals todayJane Dickerson, Chief, International Support Team – Europe, US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)