DGI 2019

28 - 30 January, 2019

Royal Lancaster London

44 (0) 207 368 9836

Wednesday January 29 - Main Day 1 Geospatial Intelligence for National Security and Disaster Management

7:45 am - 8:35 am Registration, Networking and Coffee

8:35 am - 8:40 am Organiser’s Welcome Address -Tom Webber, Director, DGI

Colonel (ret’d) John Kedar

Director of International Engagement
Ordnance Survey

9:00 am - 9:30 am Keynote - Training the Machine, Educating the Human: What to Automate and How to Task the Next Generation of Analysts

Find out how the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is succeeding in balancing development of human analysts with the integration of automation technologies to continuously enhance decision support for mission commanders:
 
·         Why speed is the new metric for geospatial intelligence
·         Plans to adopt AI to accelerate analysis of increasing volumes of geospatial data
·         How the new approach will impact the traditional role of the analyst
·         What will the geospatial intelligence organisation of the future look like?

Ms Schnarre is responsible for defining the strategic direction of the agency and implementing that strategy.  She provides oversight, synchronization, guidance, and development of NGA, National System for Geospatial Intelligence, and Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence strategic direction, future resource programming, capabilities planning and acquisition, innovation, research, and the adoption of new technologies supporting GEOINT requirements.

9:30 am - 9:50 am Keynote - How the New UK Intelligence Strategy will Deliver Enhanced Decision Support for Operational Commanders

Major General James Hockenhull - Chief of Defence Intelligence, UK MoD
Discover how the UK will transform detection and prevention of threats to national security through cultural transformation and greater adoption of the latest technologies as part of a fresh approach to defence intelligence modernisation:
 
·         Why the current threat environment calls for a new approach to defence intelligence
·         What kind of culture will UK defence intelligence teams benefit from in the near future?
·         Examining the promise and the reality of new technologies in the future of defence intelligence
·         Major challenges to overcome before UK defence intelligence predicts and prevents unknown threats earlier and faster
 
Lt General Hockenhull is one of the most decorated military intelligence leaders in the UK promoted to Major General in 2012 and Lt General in 2018. As Chief of Defence Intelligence he develops and implements UK national military intelligence strategy. 

Major General James Hockenhull

Chief of Defence Intelligence
UK MoD

9:50 am - 10:30 am Panel and Live Polling - How should We Adapt the Geospatial Intelligence Profession and Tradecraft To Maintain National, Regional and Global Security?

Major General James Hockenhull - Chief of Defence Intelligence UK MoD Brigadier (Rtd) Nick Davies - Account Director Global Intelligence Solutions (GIS), Raytheon UK Scott Dewar - Director, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO)
Most will agree that geospatial intelligence now plays a fundamental role in the success of most missions and without it speed and accuracy of decision making are dramatically reduced. What must be done to ensure the impact of geospatial intelligence is well communicated and the profession is properly funded? Find out from experts:
 
·         Are the benefits of geospatial intelligence properly understood at the highest levels?
·         Do communities of interest such as industry and academia receive sufficient support from government to evolve?
·         Are the correct career paths in place to sustain the profession?
·         What can you do continuously improve the perception and position of geospatial intelligence in your organisation?
 
Mr Dewar recently took over as the Director, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO) in 2018. Previously he held the post of Deputy Secretary Strategic Policy and Intelligence, with stewardship of the Defence intelligence agencies, and lead responsibility for Defence’s strategic, international and industry policy.
 
Ms Schnarre is responsible for defining the strategic direction of the agency and implementing that strategy.  She provides oversight, synchronization, guidance, and development of NGA, National System for Geospatial Intelligence, and Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence strategic direction, future resource programming, capabilities planning and acquisition, innovation, research, and the adoption of new technologies supporting GEOINT requirements.
 
Brigadier (ret’d) Davies runs the Intelligence Solutions business area in the Intelligence and Security division of Raytheon UK. His responsibilities include software development and geospatial intelligence programmes. Prior to joining Raytheon, Nick served in the British Army and Joint Forces as a communications engineer, then in the Parachute Regiment, and latterly in appointments in intelligence, cyber and electronic warfare.
 
Lt General Hockenhull is one of the most decorated military intelligence leaders in the UK promoted to Major General in 2012 and Lt General in 2018. As Chief of Defence Intelligence he develops and implements UK national military intelligence strategy.
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Brigadier (Rtd) Nick Davies

Account Director Global Intelligence Solutions (GIS)
Raytheon UK

Scott Dewar

Director
Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO)

Major General James Hockenhull

Chief of Defence Intelligence
UK MoD

10:30 am - 11:10 am Morning Networking Break and VIP Guided Tours

11:10 am - 11:30 am Presentation - How to Improve Access to Geospatial Intelligence in Operations in order to Empower Leaders to Be More Decisive

Scott Dewar - Director, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO)
Meet and learn from the new Director of the leading geospatial intelligence agency in Australia his vision for transforming national capability in support of current defence priorities:
 
·         AGO today: organisation, leadership and vision for the future
·         How AGO sees the threat landscape evolving in APAC and beyond
·         Plans to transform access to geospatial intelligence and decision making for leaders of operations
·         Setting out AGO’s industry engagement strategy for 2019-2020
 
Mr Dewar recently took over as the Director, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO) in 2018. Previously he held the post of Deputy Secretary Strategic Policy and Intelligence, with stewardship of the Defence intelligence agencies, and lead responsibility for Defence’s strategic, international and industry policy.

Scott Dewar

Director
Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation (AGO)

11:30 am - 11:50 am Case Study - Realising the 4th Age of Intelligence: How to Take Your Decision Making to the Next Level

Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session
  
Mr. Day has over 30 years of experience in defense and intelligence as both active duty military and as a defense contractor. His military service includes counter-terrorism activities in Northern Ireland, maneuver warfare in West Germany, and geospatial support within an operational NATO Corps headquarters. 
Find out how future operations will be shaped by unprecedented access to high quality geospatial intelligence and the implications this has for your organisation, your analysts and your existing partnerships today:
 
·         How is the exponential increase in available data driving different approaches to mission planning and execution?
·         Big Data: how well is the defence intelligence community addressing the data challenge and what more can be done?
·         Automation: what are the key considerations as you decide how much analysis to automate and how much to keep manual
·         Where will the opportunities arising from ever bigger data take geospatial intelligence capability next?
 
Prior to becoming the Commander, Canadian Forces Intelligence Group Colonel Babij served as an intelligence officer with diverse experience at the tactical and strategic levels. Previous roles include troop commander in an Electronic Warfare Squadron, unit intelligence officer for The Royal Canadian Dragoons, All-Source Cell Platoon Commander in 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (2 CMBG) Headquarters as well as the Brigade G2 Plans and G2.
 
A former member of the British military survey Mr Pyatt’s main responsibilities include setting GEOINT strategic direction, policy and standards, future projects and international GEOINT relationships.
 
Mr Munsell began his federal career with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Norfolk later spending time in industry before returning to work for the NGA predecessor from 2008.
 
Mr Barber leads federal strategic partnerships at Planet. He brings over 30 years of military and government experience deploying and supporting combat operations, developing and deploying capabilities, and developing and implementing transformational strategies. He was previously President of Quaestor Federal Consulting, where he consulted clients in the US Army and Office of the Secretary of Defense. Prior to that he was an agency lead and director at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
 
Brigadier Middleton is a senior leader in the Royal Marines who was recently appointed as the new Commander for the UK’s dedicated intelligence agency, Joint Forces Intelligence Group with overall command of the National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence (NCGI).

Colonel Orest Babij

Commander
Canadian Forces Intelligence Group

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Steve Pyatt

Deputy Director Policy Plans & Partnerships - GEOINT New Zealand (GNZ)
New Zealand Defence Force

Brigadier Chris Middleton

Commander
National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence

Host:Aimee Tuffs, Deputy Commander, Joint Forces Intelligence Group, Defence Intelligence, UK MoDand Abigail Page, Chair of the Association for Geographic Information, UK
 
Discuss and debate the latest challenges facing geospatial intelligence agencies around the world with a view to ensuring women gain equal access to leadership opportunities as they arise. 

Imagery Innovation

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm From Product to Service: Evaluating the Emerging Trends that will Transform the way you Acquire Imagery for Military Operations
Derrek Swannick - Director, IMaGE, Information and System Services, Joint Forces Command, UK MoD
Find out how the UK imagery acquisition team sees emerging trends in the imagery sector impacting national strategy in the future. 
Former Vice President of the Royal Meteorological Society, Mr Swannick took over as Director ISS IMaGE Programme in May 2018.

Derrek Swannick

Director, IMaGE, Information and System Services
Joint Forces Command, UK MoD

Imagery Innovation

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm How to Enable a Complete Imagery Enterprise for Intelligence to Enhance Decision Support
Tony Wilby - ENST Team Lead, Esri
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Tony Wilby

ENST Team Lead
Esri

Imagery Innovation

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm Fireside Chat - What Are The Pros And Cons Of Imagery-As-A-Service For The Individual Analyst
Lt Colonel Albert Mannard - Commanding Officer, Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre
As imagery is increasingly acquired as a service find out what the benefits are for your organisation as well as the pitfalls you need to avoid too.  
Lt Colonel Mannard has held a variety of command and staff appointments in the Canadian Army, Canadian Forces School of Military Intelligence and the Canadian Forces Intelligence Command. 
Mr Birchett is a subject matter expert at the NGA reporting into the London Embassy international support team.
 

Lt Colonel Albert Mannard

Commanding Officer
Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre

Multi-source Geo Data Management

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm How the UK is Transforming Management and Delivery of Geospatial Data for Optimal Decision Support
Gain insight into how the UK defence intelligence community is turning lessons learned in geospatial data management from recent operations into more effective strategies for the future.
An Army Officer for more than 29 years, Colonel Livesey now plays a key role in developing geospatial intelligence policy and strategy for the UK MoD.

Multi-source Geo Data Management

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm How to Manage all Your Geospatial Data in the Cloud
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 

Multi-source Geo Data Management

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm Fireside Chat - How should you Rethink Your Data Management and Analysis Strategies to Gain More Control And Generate Even More Insight?
Gary Dunow - Chief, International NGA Support Team to Europe & Canada, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Find out how to transform your existing geospatial data management strategy so that you gain even more granular detail from ongoing and future analysis.  
An Army Officer for more than 29 years, Colonel Livesey now plays a key role in developing geospatial intelligence policy and strategy for the UK MoD. 
Mr Dunow represents the NGA Director as the Senior NGA liaison to the GEOINT Enterprises European and Canadian partners. Previously Mr Dunow has served as Director, Analysis at the NGA. 

Gary Dunow

Chief, International NGA Support Team to Europe & Canada
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Operationalising AI and ML

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm How to Create the Right Information Architecture and Services to Enable Higher Levels of Automation
Discover how the UK MoD plans to drive design-led architecture and services across defence and the benefits this will bring to geospatial data management in the future. 
With a background in business management at a variety of tech companies, Mr Latchem now leads the UK MoD information architecture team in support of Defence IT transformation.

Operationalising AI and ML

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm How Globe 3D and Precision 3D Registration Can Enable Next-Generation Machine Learning Algorithms
Erik Winther - Director, Vricon
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Erik Winther

Director
Vricon

Operationalising AI and ML

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm Panel Discussion - How can you use Analytics-as-A-Service to Transform the Speed and Quality of Your Geospatial Intelligence
Lt Colonel Jamie Hopkins - Commanding Officer, MCE, Canadian Armed Forces Ian Spencer - Director, Defence Geographic Centre, Joint Forces Intelligence Group, UK MoD
Explore the pros and cons of outsourcing  analysis vs investing in ever bigger teams of analysts for certain missions so you can make a more informed decision about what is right for your organisation. 
Lt Colonel Hopkins’ previous roles include serving at the MCE as a Troop Commander and at CANSCOM as Deputy Director of Special Operations. 
Mr Spencer has worked at the UK MoD for over 26 years mainly in product and standards development as well as chairing international working groups such as DGIWG.  
Mr Munsell began his federal career with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Norfolk later spending time in industry before returning to work for the NGA predecessor from 2008. 

Lt Colonel Jamie Hopkins

Commanding Officer
MCE, Canadian Armed Forces

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Ian Spencer

Director, Defence Geographic Centre, Joint Forces Intelligence Group
UK MoD

Educating Future Analysts

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm What Do Analysts Really Need From Tools And Systems To Make Them More Intuitive?
Dan Scott - NGA College Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Learn how the NGA is engaging analysts in designing their future operational environment so you gain a clearer picture of what they expect from tools and systems in the future. 
Mr Scott has over 35 years’ experience in intelligence operations serving at STRATCOM, CENTCOM and ODNI before becoming the most senior leader at the world-renowned NGA College

Dan Scott

NGA College Director
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Educating Future Analysts

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm How to Enable the COP User to Provide More Analysts
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 

Educating Future Analysts

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm Panel Discussion - Reimagining Your Existing Culture And Training Strategy To Ensure Your Analysts Are Properly Prepared For The Future
Lt Colonel Anders C. Haavik-Nilsen - Commanding Officer Military Technology and Engineering, Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency Brigadier General Christos Ninios - Head of GEO Directorate, Greek Army, Hellenic Armed Forces
Find out how to embed the right culture and training to ensure your analysts are prepared to identify ever evolving threats earlier and faster than ever before. 
Lieutenant Colonel Haavik-Nilsen is an officer trained at the Norwegian Military Academy and the Norwegian Defence Command and Staff College and co-author of the book ‘GIS - the Geographic Language of our Age’ 
Mr Hill is responsible for setting the training and professional development strategy for the entire National Centre of Geospatial Intelligence (NCGI), UK MoD. 
Mr Scott has over 35 years’ experience in intelligence operations serving at STRATCOM, CENTCOM and ODNI before becoming the most senior leader at the world-renowned NGA College.

Lt Colonel Anders C. Haavik-Nilsen

Commanding Officer Military Technology and Engineering
Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency

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Brigadier General Christos Ninios

Head of GEO Directorate, Greek Army
Hellenic Armed Forces

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Coffee Break

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm How Breakthroughs in Satellite Derived Imagery is Transforming National Earth Observation Capabilities
Discover how the European Space Agency views major trends in the satellite imagery sector impacting E/O capabilities in the future so that you can adapt ahead of the curve. 
Mr Campbell has been working at ESA since 1999 on defining and implementing actions to expand the uptake and use of satellite earth observation data including the adoption of new technologies in support. 

3:50 pm - 4:10 pm How to Leverage Global High Resolution Hourly SAR Monitoring in Modern Operations
Payam Banazadeh - Co-Founder & CEO, Capella Space
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 
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Payam Banazadeh

Co-Founder & CEO
Capella Space

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Panel Discussion - What Is The Optimal Mix Of Imagery That Will Give Your Commanders A Better Operational Picture in Future Operations?
Lt Colonel Andrew Page - Geospatial Officer, INT/SPT, European Union Military Staff
Find out how leading geospatial intelligence agencies are focusing on the best mix of imagery sources to ensure the quality of decision support for operational commanders remains at the highest levels. 
Squadron Leader Page is responsible for capturing the latest capabilities in the strategy and planning for geospatial intelligence at the UK NCGI. 
Lt Colonel Page is the most senior geospatial intelligence officer at the EU Military Staff, reporting into the head of military intelligence. 
Mr Moeder serves as a senior advisor for substantive and technical issues along with conducting strategic engagement and outreach for analytic operations to NGA, IC, and DoD senior leaders as well as international partners.

Lt Colonel Andrew Page

Geospatial Officer, INT/SPT
European Union Military Staff

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm How the NGA is Embracing the Cloud and Automation to Manage Increasingly Complex Geospatial Data Challenges
Benefit from the lessons learned by NGA on its journey to deploying Cloud and Automation technologies in order to drive scalable data management in near real-time. 
Mr Munsell began his federal career with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Norfolk later spending time in industry before returning to work for the NGA predecessor from 2008. 

3:50 pm - 4:10 pm How to Achieve High-Confidence Modernisation Of GEOINT Data Management With Conflation And Curation
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Panel Discussion - How is the NGO Improving Best Practice in Geospatial Information Management, Analysis and Exchange?
Dr. Emlyn Hagen - Senior Information Management Officer iMMAP
NGOs play an increasingly strategic role in the success of a wide range of operations around the world so find out from those responsible for managing geospatial data how they believe collaboration on geospatial intelligence sharing can be improved. 
Dr Hagen leads the USAID Funded iMMAP Disaster Risk Reduction Program. He is the principal architect and manager of the Afghanistan Spatial Data Center (ASDC), the most comprehensive and advanced Geo-Information platform for Afghanistan and a key figure in the global NGO community. 
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Dr. Emlyn Hagen

Senior Information Management Officer
iMMAP

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm Spotter Case Study - Leveraging AI To Unlock Crucial Geospatial Data Insights
Find out for the first time how the UK’s leading defence research organisation is putting AI to practical work in the geospatial data environment including the latest results and feedback from recent trials. 
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 

3:50 pm - 4:10 pm How to Use Cognitive Support from Autonomous Capabilities to Plan on the Same Map
Visit https://dgi.wbresearch.com/ for up-to-date information about this exciting session 

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Panel Discussion - How can you Decide What To Cede To Machines And What to Keep Manual to Enhance Your Geospatial Intelligence Process?
Tara Bradburn - Lead, AAA, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Glen Hart - Team Leader, Information Systems Division, DSTL Robert Boettcher - Chief Geomatics Officer, Canadian Forces Warfare Centre
Benefit from the wisdom and experiences of senior geospatial intelligence experts as you make highly strategic decisions about automating core geospatial intelligence processes in your organisation. 
Mrs Bradburn is one of the most senior leaders at the US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency responsible for championing the education and practical application of automation tools including AI. 

Tara Bradburn

Lead
AAA, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency

Glen Hart

Team Leader, Information Systems Division
DSTL

Robert Boettcher

Chief Geomatics Officer
Canadian Forces Warfare Centre

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm How the UN is Educating and Engaging Analysts in the Use of AI and ML in order to Drive Faster Decisions from Satellite Imagery across A Range of Different Projects and Missions
Einar Bjorgo - Director, Division for Satellite Analysis and Applied Research Manager, UNOSAT, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Learn how the UN’s dedicated satellite directorate is engaging analysts in adopting new tools as part of ongoing security and climate change projects such as CommonSensing.
 
Mr Bjorgo started working for the United Nations in 1999 when he joined the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to work on the integration of new solutions into UNHCR operations, including the use of GIS, GPS and satellite imagery. He joined the UNOSAT team in 2002.

Einar Bjorgo

Director, Division for Satellite Analysis and Applied Research Manager
UNOSAT, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)

3:50 pm - 4:10 pm Unleashing the Analyst: Social Engineering with Geospatial Intelligence
Explore an alternative role for analyst’s focusing on influencing hearts and minds towards an allied common view through social engineering with threat presence misdirection, false profile creation and association.   
Capatain Wonziak joined the Canadian Forces in 2002, underwent training until his posting to Ottawa in 2008 then began his career working with All Source Intelligence Cells in coordination with the National Research Council of Canada.  

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Panel Discussion – How can you Engage the Analyst in the Design And Development stages To Build More Trust In Geospatial Tools and Services?
Lt Colonel Vyron Antonoiu - Head of Terrain Analysis Branch, MultiNational Geospatial Support Group (MN GSG) Dan Scott - NGA College Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
As analysts’ expectations of their environment, tools and training continue to evolve make sure you are engaging them at the right time and in the right way to maximise the chances of full adoption of new tools and services. 
Major Hurst is an experienced instructor at the UK’s military training school for future military analysts and an expert on their needs and requirements.  
Lt Colonel Antoniou is a military expert on geospatial information management, a lecturer on geoinformatics and member of a key multi-national geospatial group, the MNGSG. 
Mr Scott has over 35 years’ experience in intelligence operations serving at STRATCOM, CENTCOM and ODNI before becoming the most senior leader at the world-renowned NGA College.

Lt Colonel Vyron Antonoiu

Head of Terrain Analysis Branch
MultiNational Geospatial Support Group (MN GSG)

Dan Scott

NGA College Director
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

4:40 pm - 5:10 pm Innovation Experience in the Exhibition

5:10 pm - 5:30 pm Closing Keynote- Gain an Insight into the UK’s New National Approach to Geospatial Efficiency and the Implications this will have on the future of National Policy

William Priest - CEO, Geospatial Unit, UK Cabinet Office
Find out more about the drivers behind the UK government’s decision to institute a new independent, cross government agency to own the UK geospatial agenda as well as the implications they have for future national geospatial policy:
 
·         Assessing the key drivers behind the government’s decision to institute a Geospatial Commission
·         How the Commission reports into Government Ministries and the Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary
·         How to engage with the Commission on helping it meet its objectives and priorities in 2019-2020
·         Major implications of the Commission for the future state of national geospatial capability in the UK
 
In 2018 Mr Priest was appointed a Director in the Cabinet Office and CEO of the newly formed Geospatial Unit. In addition, he is a member of the Geospatial Commission, an independent, cross government agency that will set policy for, and drive the UK geospatial agenda, reporting up into senior government Ministers and the Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary.
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William Priest

CEO, Geospatial Unit
UK Cabinet Office

Join Mr Cartwright from the industry leader in high resolution commercial satellite imaging to receive an expose on how commercial innovation can invigorate generations of analyst to smarter IMINT strategies.  Strategies that will modernize IMINT capabilities and evolve culture to drive rapid, effective decision making to strengthen your counties ability to respond in a time of complex threats and complex warfare. 

John Cartwright

Deputy General Manager & Vice President, International Defense & Intelligence Division
DigitalGlobe

5:50 pm - 6:10 pm Closing Keynote- How Geospatial Intelligence will Play a Key Role in Future Disaster Management Operations

Brigadier Chris Middleton - Commander, National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence
Following a period of unprecedented natural and man-made disasters in all corners of the world in which geospatial intelligence saved countless lives, what does the future hold and how must we all collaborate?
 
·         What are the key lessons learned from recent disaster management operations?
·         Requirements for education and training to ensure analysts and the wider geospatial intelligence enterprise takes full advantage of new technologies
·         How collaboration and cooperation must be prioritised to ensure operational commanders receive the best geospatial intelligence in real time
·         What can industry do to support military and civilian organisations in saving more lives during future disaster management operations?
 
Brigadier Middleton is a senior leader in the Royal Marines who was recently appointed as the new Commander for the UK’s dedicated intelligence agency, Joint Forces Intelligence Group with overall command of the National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence (NCGI).

Brigadier Chris Middleton

Commander
National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence

6:10 pm - 6:15 pm Chairperson’s Summary - Colonel (ret’d) John Kedar and Laura Alderson, Ordnance Survey

6:15 pm - 6:20 pm Networking Reception in the Exhibition