Sensor to Shooter and Time Sensitive Targeting 2008

Venue: The Tower Guoman Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 20, 2008
Early Registration Date: Feb 29, 2008
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Asymmetric warfare and counter-insurgency operations offer targets with limited windows of vulnerability. Troops in current deployments are fighting a war against time sensitive targets. In this environment, it is essential that commanders have the right information at the right time to ensure hostile forces can be engaged. Decision makers are procuring software toolsets, streamlining the command chain and improving the situational awareness of weapon assets to accelerate the sensor to shooter cycle.

How are military requirements developing to meet these important operational demands?
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Defence IQ’s 5th annual Sensor-To-Shooter and Time Sensitive Targeting conference will bring together senior military personnel and leading industry figures to share insights into current procedures, software tools and doctrine for time sensitive targeting. Key topics include:

*Understanding the latest TST developments from the US military, including efforts to generate Joint expertise, with briefings from both the US Army’s Training and Doctrine Command, the US Air Force’s Joint Warfare Centre and US Joint Forces Command’s Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Command (JFIIT)

*Examining latest procedures in the sensor-to-shooter cycle employed by forces in Iraq and Afghanistan

*Critical updates keeping you abreast of your military counterparts’ software toolsets including the British Army’s Joint Effects Tactical Targeting Systems (JETTS), the US Army’s Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) and NATO’s Air Command and Control System (ACCS) and FAST

*Analysing the UK MoD’s TST process for Tomahawk missile engagements and the German Army’s Joint Fire Support Teams