28 - 30 January, 2019
Royal Lancaster London
44 (0) 207 368 9836
European Union Satellite Centre
9:20 AM Keynote - Gain an Insight into the New EU Plans for Improving Access to Geospatial Intelligence in Multi-national Operations
Find out how leaders of EU agencies responsible for the production and exchange of geospatial intelligence plan to continuously improve the speed and accuracy of geospatial intelligence for mission partners now and in the future:
· Navigating the current EU military and security agency ecosystem: leaders, objectives, partnerships
· Lessons learned from recent operations providing commanders’ access to high-quality geospatial intelligence
· How the EU views the current threat landscape evolving over the next year
· Major challenges ahead for member nations to prioritise so that security is maintained across the region
Prior to assuming his current position Brigadier General Corneliusson was the Military Advisor to the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In that capacity he contributed to Sweden's EU operational planning cycle and prepared key planning documents on behalf of the ministry.
Dr Conrad became Director of the EU Intelligence and Situation Centre (EU INTCEN) in January 2016. EU INTCEN provides early warning, situational awareness and intelligence analysis to the High Representative/Vice President (HR/VP) Federica Mogherini and to the EEAS in close cooperation with the Intelligence Directorate of the EU Military Staff.
Mr Legai has been the Director of the European Union Satellite Centre since 1st January 2015 and before that served for four years as Deputy Director. Brigadier General Legai entered the French Air Force as an intelligence officer in 1988.