28 - 30 January, 2019
Royal Lancaster London
44 (0) 207 368 9836
Brigadier General Friedrich Teichmann
Geospatial Institute, Austria
4:00 PM Panel with Live Polling - How Can You Create A Clearer Operational Picture From Fused Geospatial Data for Commanders in Future Civil-Military Operations?
Discover how leading geospatial data experts from different nations see the future of geospatial intelligence exchange evolving to benefit commanders of future humanitarian and disaster management operations in which both military and non-military agencies will need to cooperate for successful outcomes:
· Why are increasingly more missions co-led by military and non-military organisations?
· What commanders in civil-military operations really need from their geospatial data
· How to improve the way you collaborate on geospatial intelligence sharing with the full range of possible partners in future multi-national missions
· What can industry do in the product and service design phase to ensure that geospatial data is more easy to fuse?
Mr McConachie is a senior analyst in a team responsible for handling time sensitive tasking for government and military customers including Operational support for deployed forces and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief events.
Mr Boettcher is a leading subject matter expert in Canada in the area of geomatics and is currently supporting multiple services across the Canadian defence community in the application of geospatial information management.
A senior meteorology and oceanography officer for the US Navy, Commander Quilenderino recently took command of the US Naval Ice Centre and US National Ice Center in 2018.
Ms Havsteen is the new head of department for the recently formed Joint GeoMETOC Support Center which is a merger between the Defence Center for Operational Oceanography and the geospatial section of Danish Defence.
Brigadier Teichmann is responsible for providing Geo-Data, Geo-Info-Products and Geo-Services for the Land- and Air-Forces, national and international missions as well as to platforms and weapon/mission/simulation-systems. Before being in charge of the Geospatial Institute he was responsible to build up the ICT (Information- and Communications-Technology) -Innovation Department of the Austrian Armed Forces, focusing on interoperability and testing in the area of C4ISR, Electronic Warfare, IT-Security and Information Management.