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14 - 17 September 2021

Excel - London

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Aerospace Capability Conference

DSEI ZONES & HUBS

Aerospace Capability Conference

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09:45
  1. Aerospace Capability
    30 mins
    • Aerospace
10:14
  1. Session 1: Combat Air: ‘Maximising our Effects’
    Aerospace Capability
    61 mins
    • Aerospace

    The RAF will become a Next Generation Air Force by not only increasing its Combat Air mass, but also by developing capabilities with optimised survivability, situational awareness and kinetic effects built-in at the design phase.  This session will explore the RAF’s vision for its current and future Combat Air systems, from Typhoon and Lightning II, to the extraordinary potential of the Tempest capability.

    Chairman: John Sneller, Head of Aviation, IHS Markit 

11:00
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
11:15
  1. Morning Break
    30 mins
11:44
  1. Session 2: Air C2/ISR: ‘Information at the Speed of Relevance’
    Aerospace Capability
    61 mins
    • Aerospace

    Information is a critical enabler to today’s military commander. This session will explore how Defence can achieve credible advantage, gained through the continuous, adaptive, decisive and resilient employment of information and information systems.

12:00
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace

    Multi-Domain Command and Control

12:30
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
12:45
  1. Networking and Lunch
    75 mins
13:59
  1. Session 3: Space: ‘Coalition Warfighting’
    Aerospace Capability
    76 mins
    • Aerospace

    Space is a key Joint enabler and has become an integral part of the RAF’s ability to deliver decisive Air Power effects whenever and wherever they are required. This session will explore the RAF’s vision for its nascent Space capabilities including collaborative ventures with our coalition partners.

14:45
  1. 15 mins
    Small satellites have exploited commercial technologies to provide useful capabilities at a low cost and on very short development and manufacturing timescales. This approach, pioneered in the UK, has ...
15:00
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
15:15
  1. Afternoon Break
    30 mins
15:44
  1. Session 4: A2AD: ‘Dominance in a Contested and Degraded Operational Environment’
    Aerospace Capability
    61 mins
    • Aerospace

    In order to prevail in a battlespace that is likely to become more competitive, particularly in the electromagnetic spectrum, there is a need for the RAF to deliver integrated effects that incorporate Cyber and Space domains. This session will explore the challenge of the future operational environment and how Defence can maintain the competitive edge by instilling innovation and agility into its core business.

15:45
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
    Anti-Access and Area Denial has become the principle contemporary challenge facing UK Air Power. Our access to the future contested battlespace is being challenged and it is vitally important to UK am ...
16:15
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
    Bursting the A2/AD Bubble: Much has in recent years been made of Russia’s new capabilities and the impact they might have on the ability of NATO member states to reinforce or defend the vulnerable Bal ...
16:30
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
16:45
  1. Aerospace Capability
    15 mins
    • Aerospace
17:15
  1. Aerospace Capability
    30 mins
    • Aerospace
17:45
  1. Networking Drinks Reception
    75 mins

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