Event Date/Time: Jun 13, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 14, 2012
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The Services and Industry ever increasing roles for ISR assets are necessary across a very broad range of needed missions – including but not limited to: Persistent Global Surveillance & Global Strike, Counter-intelligence & Counterterrorism, Maritime Domain Awareness, Space Defense, Anti-Access and Contested Global Commons. ISR and evolving technologies clearly being an imperative need in Irregular Warfare has resulted in operational surges in both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Agenda
I. Emerging OSD/Service/DHS ISR Strategies, Plans, Needs and Opportunities
Government Keynote Addresses
“Alignment of C2 and ISR for Improved Information Sharing”
Mr. Ronald Pontius, Director, Command and Control Programs and Policy, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology & Logistics, OUSD(AT&L)
“Air Force ISR Needs and Initiatives”
Mr. Robert “Bo” Marlin, Deputy Director, ISR Capabilities, HQ USAF

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“OUSD ISR Needs & Initiatives”
MS. Karen St. Germain, PhD., Director, ISR Systems Division, Space & Intelligence Office, OUSD(AT&L)

“Army ISR Needs & Initiatives”
Mr. Terry Mitchell, Director, US Army DAG2 Intelligence Futures Directorate

“DHS ISR Challenges & Capabilities”
Ms. Emily Keplar, National ISR Collection & Operations Manager, (COM), Office of Intelligence and Investigative Liaison (OIIL), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

“DCGS-A and Data Analytics”
COLONEL CHARLES WELLS, Project Manager, Distributed Common Ground System – Army (DCGS-A)


II. Dealing with the Information Sharing Challenge – New Programs and Capabilities

“Cloud Technology Enabling ISR TPED”
Colonel Timothy P. Hill, Director, Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), Futures Directorate, USA

“DCGS-N’s System of Systems Lessons Learned, While Awaiting that Darn Cloud?”
Mr. Bob Poor, US Navy, Assistant Program Manager, DCGS-1N (Distributed Common Ground System), Program Executive Office, (PEO-C4I), Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), Former Naval Intelligence Officer

“Data to Decisions – the ISR Challenge”
Major General (ret) David Fastabend, Vice President, Advanced Information Systems, ITT Exelis

“How ISR Can Support Homeland Security”
Mr. Robert Zitz, Senior Vice President & Chief Systems Architect, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, SAIC

“Green Thunder ISR”
Mr. Mark Bigham, Business Development, Defense and Civil Mission Solutions (DCMS) Raytheon and Mr. Mark Kipphut, Deputy Program Manager, Tactical Intelligence Systems, Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems

“Update on Lynx Multi-Mode Radar and Data Dissemination”
Mr. John Fanelle, Director, Radar Programs, Reconnaissance Systems Group (RSG), General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.


III. The Latest Breakthroughs in UAS Platforms, Payloads and Capabilities
Special Industry Keynote
“UAVs & ISR Challenges and Capabilities”
Major General (ret) Mike Worden, PhD.
Director, Integrated Intelligence Solutions, Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services (tentative)

“Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Current and Future Operations”
Colonel Dean Bushey, A31 ISR Division Chief, HQ USAF Europe

“Latest Advancements in ISR Capabilities for BAMS”
Mr. Mark Kassner, Director, Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program Management Office, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems

“Future UAS Capabilities for ISR”
Mr. Alvin Jackson, Jr., Executive Vice President, ISR Group


IV. The Motion Imagery/GEOINT Convergence – Imagery Data Fusion
Special Industry Presentation
“The Convergence of GEOINT and ISR”
Brigadier General (ret) Michael Lee
Vice President & General Manager, Military Services Division, Intelligent Solutions,General Dynamics Information Technology (tentative)

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“ISR On-Line & On-Demand Technologies”
Mr. Keith Barber, Lead, On-Line/On-Demand Services, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) (Tentative)

“OGC Standards: Enabling Geospatial Fusion for Enhanced Geo-Int.”
Dr. Carl Reed, PhD., Chief Technology Officer, Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc.

“Edge to Edge Communications for ISR Motion Imagery for the Warfighter”
Mr. Fred Poole, Director, Advanced ISR Programs, Harris Broadcast Communications, Government Solutions

“ISR Video Surveillance Collecting Solutions”
Mr. Bill Washburn, Director, National Intelligence Operation, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)


V. The Motion Imagery/GEOINT Convergence – Imagery Data Fusion

“ORS-1 Overview and Status in ISR Capabilities and Needs”
Mr. Thomas M. Davis, GS-15, Mission Manager, Operationally Responsive Space Office (ORS-1), USAF

“Delivering Operations/Intelligence Sensor Fusion to Tactical Edge”
Mr. Scotty Miller, Vice President, Strategic Planning and Business Development for Battle Management Systems, General Dynamics C4 Systems

“Today’s Sensors – Practical Applications from Non-Traditional Sources”
Mr. Bruce Reed Harris Jr., Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments

“Advancements in Analytics as a Key Enabler to C4ISR”
Colonel (ret) Maxie McFarland, Executive Vice President, Sierra Nevada Corporation

““Latest Technological Advancements in C4ISR for the Warfighter – Tactical Data Links”
Mr. Gabe Chang, Senior Client IT Architect, IBM and Mr. Alex Philp, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, TerraEchos, Inc

“The Value of Streams Computing in ISR”
Mr. Mike Kobold, Director, C4ISR Systems, L-3 Advanced Technologies

“Advanced Capabilities for Information Superiority in the ISR Domain”
Mr. Eric “Frack” Firkin, President, Innovative C2 Solutions, LLC

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