DGI 2017 (past event)

23 - 25 January, 2017

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Geospatial Intelligence for Public Safety and National Security

07:45 - 08:40 Welcome and Registration

Collect your identification pass, programme and grab a coffee, tea or soft drink in the exhibition halls.

08:40 - 08:50 Organiser’s Welcome: Tom Webber, Director, DGI

Find out how to use the App, discover who is in the audience this year and some highlights to look forward across the next 2 days.

08:50 - 09:00 Chairperson’s Welcome Address & Introductory Presentation

James Hockenhull - Director, Cyber Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence, UK MoD
Receive a scene-setting presentation from a senior geospatial intelligence leader.
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James Hockenhull

Director, Cyber Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence
UK MoD

09:00 - 09:30 Operating in the Open – Future of Geospatial Intelligence

Robert Cardillo - Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
We are delighted to welcome Director NGA for the first time at DGI. As the Director and his team prepare his session we’ll keep you informed of updates and highlights to look forward to. One topic he will be addressing during this unmissable opener is the importance of Operating in the Open to the future of geospatial intelligence – a theme across all 3 days and the main focus for sessions on January 23rd. Keep visiting the DGI agenda website page for more information about Director NGA’s presentation.

Robert Cardillo

Director
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

09:30 - 10:00 Geospatial Intelligence Driving Multi-Intelligence Fusion - Deriving Clarity from Complexity

James Hockenhull - Director, Cyber Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence, UK MoD
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James Hockenhull

Director, Cyber Information and Integration, Defence Intelligence
UK MoD

10:00 - 10:30 Countering Threats in the Cyber and Information Domain – a German Military Perspective

Brigadier General Peter Richert - Deputy Commander, German Strategic Reconnaissance Command
Today’s conflicts show that the Cyber and Information domain is an operating environment in its own right and we have to take this fact into account in our structures, strategies, capabilities and partnerships as well as budget allocation. To this end Germany is currently establishing a new service to be able to counter all the threats emanating from and within the Cyber and Information Domain, find out more from Major General Binder:

  • What is driving growing numbers and diversity of crises around the world with impact in all global commons
  • How these conflicts play out in the cyber/information domain (cyber warfare and hybrid threats)
  • How increased international cooperation within the Cyber/Information domain will add value and accelerate towards new solutions
  • How command and control for the Information and Cyber/Information domain is achievable from a single source

Brigadier General Peter Richert

Deputy Commander
German Strategic Reconnaissance Command

10:30 - 11:10 Morning networking break

Grab a coffee, tea or soft drink and start networking!

11:10 - 11:35 Key Factors Shaping Policing Across Europe Today

Robert Wainwright - Director, Europol

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Robert Wainwright

Director
Europol

11:35 - 11:55 Activity Based Intelligence: A Perilous Journey to Intelligence Integration

Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) applies geographic thinking in new ways to help solve today’s complex intelligence problems. The implementation of ABI involves the convergence of new sources of intelligence information, advancements in technology like Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT), and a new way of thinking about intelligence production.

This creates great new opportunities and challenges for organizations. GEOINT agencies need to lead the way and lend their expertise to realize the promise of ABI. The presenter will explore the capabilities of ABI and key steps the audience could take to make ABI successful in their organization.

  • Activity Based Intelligence is a new workflow for discovering the unknown-unknowns in intelligence information
  • This new workflow helps respond to the new intelligence challenges of today
  • The first pillar of ABI is Georeference to discover, making geographic thinking a central component. GEOINT organizations are the key to success of ABI
  • GEOINT organizations need to provide a spatiotemporal data environment where Foundation GEOINT and Multi-Data can be fused and exploited to make ABI teams successful

11:55 - 12:20 What the Unexplored Seas and Oceans Mean for Defence and Security Today

Rob Ward - President, International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO)
With higher resolution maps of the Moon and Mars than most of the world’s seas, oceans and coastal waters, all human activity in, on or under the sea is compromised without a deeper knowledge of the depth and shape of the seafloor. However, global trends towards open fundamental geo-data may be in conflict with military thinking and attitudes – which in turn may inhibit some national Hydrographic Offices that are part of military organizations. Find out how these challenges might be overcome from one of the world’s leading Hydrography experts.

  • How the IHO is organised, its mandate and goals for 2017-2020
  • Key developments in the way hydrography is being done now versus just a year ago
  • How technology is enabling greater charting capabilities than ever before
  • Top priorities to explore sea and oceans for better defence and security in the future
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Rob Ward

President
International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO)

Discover how government and industry geospatial intelligence leaders from around the world are approaching the challenging issue of improving the end-to-end geospatial intelligence process as the security environment becomes ever more complex.

  • What are the highest priority challenges for geospatial intelligence leaders in 2017?
  • What is achievable by 2020 and which path is the right one to take for your organisation?
  • What wild cards might limit your success? And how might you mitigate them?
  • How can government, industry and academia work closer together to accelerate towards more open sharing of geospatial information in support of future missions?
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Chris Rasmussen

Unclassified GEOINT Pathfinder PM
NGA

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Lorenzo Agnarelli

Chief Geospatial Officer
NATO SHAPE

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Robert Murrett

Director
Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

Captain Ron Pumphrey

Commander Canadian Forces Intelligence Group (Comd CF Int Gp)
Canadian Armed

Nick Davies

‎Vice President, Global Intelligence Solutions, Intelligence and Informat
Raytheon

Brigadier General Peter Richert

Deputy Commander
German Strategic Reconnaissance Command

Lunch

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

Network and share a meal with new contacts,old friends and colleagues.

Lunch for Senior Leaders

13:00 - 14:00 Raytheon VIP Lunch – By Invitation Only

Group 12

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

14:00 - 14:20 Looking Forward – How GEOINT Will Support DIA’s Future Mission Donna Bridges - All Source Intelligence Analyst, Defence Intelligence Agency Terry Busch - Chief of Integration and Analysis Division, Defence Intelligence Agency
Find out why DIA believe GEOINT is no longer a mere data visualization tool, but constantly evolving and highly interactive. Drawing on examples Mr Busch and Ms Bridges will demonstrate how DIA is innovating ways to comprehend complex data, visualize event-based content, and discover new meanings and narratives.

  • Why GEOINT has become an increasingly important part of the all-source mission at DIA
  • How sources and data dissemination methods have become more available, numerous and open
  • How the all-source mission benefits from using GEOINT to fuse and bind disparate data sources
  • How modernization of foundational intelligence is currently and will increasingly rely on GEOINT to provide decision advantage, deliver content and make sense of a sensor-driven world

Donna Bridges

All Source Intelligence Analyst
Defence Intelligence Agency

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Terry Busch

Chief of Integration and Analysis Division
Defence Intelligence Agency

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

14:00 - 14:20 Top Priorities to Enhance Collaboration and Data Sharing between Maritime Communities of Interest A. Lyston Lea II - Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL), Principal Advisor, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO)
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A. Lyston Lea II

Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL), Principal Advisor
National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO)

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

14:00 - 14:20 Transforming the RAF ISTAR Force and Delivering Battle Winning Processing Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) John Williamson - Officer Commanding, 1 ISR Wing, RAF Marham
Find out how the UK Royal Air Force is transforming capabilities after the recommendations of the 2015 strategic defence and security review. Bringing together policy, technology and operational perspectives Wing Commander Williamson will present a detailed view of future Royal Air Force ISTAR capability.

  • The approach of the RAF to ISTAR Post SDSR 2015
  • The vision for the RAF ISTAR Force: Placing PED at the heart of the future ISTAR Force
  • Working towards a fully federated sensor agnostic enterprise: How can we make the PED enterprise more effective across Defence and the coalition
  • What are the conceptual and technical opportunities for the future

John Williamson

Officer Commanding, 1 ISR Wing
RAF Marham

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

14:00 - 14:20 The Challenges of Delivering GEOINT ICT Projects at Pace Within Defence Matt Harrison - Deputy Team Leader, Imagery and Geospatial Systems (IMaGE), ISS, UK MoD

Matt Harrison

Deputy Team Leader, Imagery and Geospatial Systems (IMaGE), ISS
UK MoD

Track E – National Resilience

14:00 - 14:20 NATO GIS Enterprise –Today and the Future John Teufert - Branch Head, JISR Geospatial Services,, NATO Communications & Information Agency (NCI Agency)
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John Teufert

Branch Head, JISR Geospatial Services,
NATO Communications & Information Agency (NCI Agency)

Group 13

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

14:20 - 14:40 Leveraging Web GIS to support Activity Based Intelligence

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

14:20 - 14:40 A layered Approach to Real-time Situational Awareness in the Maritime Domain Nigel Chandler - Head of Business Development, Maritime, Airbus Defence and Space

Nigel Chandler

Head of Business Development, Maritime
Airbus Defence and Space

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

14:20 - 14:40 A Global Intelligence Platform Providing Timely and Affordable Understanding of Our Planet Scott Herman - VP Product Development, BlackSky Global LLC

Scott Herman

VP Product Development
BlackSky Global LLC

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

14:20 - 14:40 Harness Unmatched Content and Insight to Solve Global and Regional Challenges Andrew Stephenson - Senior Director - International Defense & Intelligence, DigitalGlobe

The global geopolitical landscape is shifting at an unprecedented rate and it’s critical for defense and intelligence organizations to keep pace. Commercial satellite imagery, a critical element to a nation’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, has the ability to provide far reaching insight spanning a host of defense-related issues. The DigitalGlobe constellation provides a unique look into the recent military activities and expansion of one eastern European nation.

Andrew Stephenson

Senior Director - International Defense & Intelligence
DigitalGlobe

Track E – National Resilience

14:20 - 14:40 Leveraging Geospatial Data in a Changing World Daryl Madden - Senior Vice President and General Manager, Textron Systems Geospatial Solutions
Our industry is pushed to provide faster, effective solutions to provide for mobile exploitation and decision making. Find out how to respond to and efficiently manage the influx of data from new and changing sources, dealing with formats and platforms that we have not previously interacted with.

  • Implications for geospatial intelligence leaders of the influx of data from new satellites, unmanned aerial vehicles and manned platforms darkening the skies
  • How the increasingly mobile operational environment is driving consumers of geospatial data to demand data direct to their workstations and to their mobile/edge devices
  • How changing standards and SOM are driving analysts to adapt to new standards
  • How these changes are influencing businesses to change the way they operate, increasing the number of services provided, payment models available and purchase opportunities, such as the Amazon Web Service
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Daryl Madden

Senior Vice President and General Manager
Textron Systems Geospatial Solutions

Group 14

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

14:40 - 15:00 How the US Army Partners within the National System for GEOINT to Advance the Army Geospatial Enterprise Dan Visone - US Army Geospatial Center, US Army
The US Army's has focused on partnering within the National System for GEOINT to advance the Army Geospatial Enterprise. Find out more about how NSG profiles of open geospatial standards are being worked:

  • How tests and validation of NSG standards implementation are being built
  • Plans to extend open standards to meet Army requirements
  • How Geospatial Interoperability Assessment and Certification is being aligned with NGA's GEOINT Functional Manager Standards Assessment
  • How the AGE Node is being leveraged to demonstrate the flow of the Standard & Shareable Geospatial Foundation from Tactical to National
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Dan Visone

US Army Geospatial Center
US Army

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

14:40 - 15:00 New Paradigms in Space-Based Maritime Situational Awareness Guy Thomas - Security Science and Technology Subject Matter Expert, Maritime Domain Awar, US Department of Homeland Security
Find out how unclassified space systems, starting with Satellite AIS (S-AIS), coupled with advancements in the handling and processing of large amounts of data in the cyber world are providing the opportunity for substantially increased maritime situational awareness (MSA).

  • How greater order is being brought to the four global commons Maritime, Air, Space, and Cyber
  • How data fusion and analysis systems capabilities are driving convergence between Space and Cyber and cost savings opportunities as a result
  • How far potential saving will outweigh the cost of employing the space systems
  • What to do to start benefiting from trends and developments in Maritime situational awareness
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Guy Thomas

Security Science and Technology Subject Matter Expert, Maritime Domain Awar
US Department of Homeland Security

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

14:40 - 15:00 How Airborne ISR is Evolving to Support a Broader Range of Missions Barry Macdonald - Former Future Capabilities and Change Management Officer, CF Joint Imagery Centre (CFJIC), Canadian Armed Forces

Barry Macdonald

Former Future Capabilities and Change Management Officer
CF Joint Imagery Centre (CFJIC), Canadian Armed Forces

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

14:40 - 15:00 Wide Area Motion Imagery Automatic Information Extraction – Getting What You’re Looking For Pieter Elands - Programme Manager, Unmanned Systems, TNO

Pieter Elands

Programme Manager, Unmanned Systems
TNO

Track E – National Resilience

14:40 - 15:00 The Power of the Collective Resilience Community in the Connected World Luana Avagliano - Head of Resilience Direct, UK Cabinet Office
Find out how the Cabinet Office in the UK is improving situational awareness for critical services through smarter use of available technology. By harnessing new sources of geospatial information in an increasingly connected world including satellites output, UAV feeds and videos and other sources it is possible to improve intelligence and enhance collaboration to tackle evolving threats.

  • How Resilience Direct was originated and continues to be developed
  • Lessons learned deploying Resilience Direct to protect and save lives
  • How geospatial components of Resilience Direct will be improved over the coming years
  • How the evolving security environment in cities and built up areas will disrupt the way critical services deliver support in the future
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Luana Avagliano

Head of Resilience Direct
UK Cabinet Office

15:00 - 15:30 Afternoon Networking Break

Group 16

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

15:30 - 15:50 “Ground Control to Major Tom” How Space-based Capabilities and Services are Playing a Crucial Role in the Context of European Security and Defence Adriano Baptista - Head of Operations Division, EU Satellite Centre

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Adriano Baptista

Head of Operations Division
EU Satellite Centre

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

15:30 - 15:50 Situational Awareness in the Maritime Context Francesco Tocci - Chief of N3 Geometoc Division, NATO Allied Maritime Command
As the migration crisis continues in the Med find out how NATO Allied Maritime Command is managing mission complexity whilst delivering greater maritime situational awareness to operators.

  • Challenges facing commanders operating in the Med today
  • How NATO AMC is overcoming complexities of delivering maritime situational awareness in current operations
  • How NATO AMC is managing its geo-data
  • How developments in geo support will reshape maritime situational awareness
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Francesco Tocci

Chief of N3 Geometoc Division
NATO Allied Maritime Command

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

15:30 - 15:50 How to Make Your Imagery More Valuable Idan Wolfson - VP Business Development and Marketing, Video Inform
Find out more about the benefits of using and integrating deep learning and cognitive computer vision automated systems as part of your organizational workflow. Developed in cooperation with geospatial intelligence agencies considering needs, lessons and a deep understanding of the challenges, tasks and organization workflow, this presentation will offer insight into a solution to make your imagery more valuable.

  • Examining the big data challenges facing geospatial intelligence leaders today
  • Key challenges for geospatial intelligence analysts
  • Benefits of using a visual search engine for automatic target acquisition on aerial & satellite imagery – Visual Profiler
  • How ATR systems operates as part of the organizational workflow

Idan Wolfson

VP Business Development and Marketing
Video Inform

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

15:30 - 15:50 Exploiting EO-derived Data to Counter Food Insecurity in the Cross-border Region of Middle East and Mediterranean Professor George Zalidis - Director of the Laboratory of Remote Sensing and G.I.S., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)
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Professor George Zalidis

Director of the Laboratory of Remote Sensing and G.I.S.
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh)

Track E – National Resilience

15:30 - 15:50 Leveraging Unclassified GEOINT for AFRICOM Shawn Stith - Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service, NGA Support Team - USAFRICOM
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Shawn Stith

Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service
NGA Support Team - USAFRICOM

Group 17

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

15:50 - 16:00 An Overview of UrtheCast’s 24-satellite UrtheDailyTM and OptiSARTM Constellation Wade Larson - President and Chief Executive Officer, UrtheCast

Wade Larson

President and Chief Executive Officer
UrtheCast

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

15:50 - 16:00 braINT – Telespazio Geoinformation platform for Defense and Intelligence: Maritime Domain Success Stories Massimo Claudio Comparini - Chief Executive Officer, e-GEOS

Massimo Claudio Comparini

Chief Executive Officer
e-GEOS

Explore proven ways to transform your ISR enterprise from a panel of experts from different domains to help you make better-informed decisions. Highly interactive this is your chance to share your experiences and challenge traditional notions of enhancing ISR to provoke new thinking.

  • Lessons learned from recent operations to take into the development of new ISR capabilities
  • Big data: how are different agencies and organisations planning to overcome the big data challenge to improve accessibility and sharing of geospatial information for better ISR
  • How industry can help bridge technical gaps experienced by the ISR community today
  • How will the evolving geopolitical situation in Europe impact ISR requirements in the future?

John Williamson

Officer Commanding, 1 ISR Wing
RAF Marham

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Neil Thompson

Former Head Geospatial Intelligence Group
Canadian Armed Forces

Barry Macdonald

Former Future Capabilities and Change Management Officer
CF Joint Imagery Centre (CFJIC), Canadian Armed Forces

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

15:50 - 16:00 Advanced Solutions for Collecting, Processing and Disseminating Geospatial Data Chris Harris - Strategic Account Manager, Trimble
Discover a variety of techniques for capturing accurate geospatial data including how to gain an extremely accurate understanding of land use from sensors originally designed for engineers and surveyors but now used by wider industry.

  • Intelligent Field systems to precisely measure geospatial data safely and remotel
  • How to handle data for billions of separate measured points
  • Get creative – use engineering level accuracy sensors for a variety of different purposes
  • Learn how the photograph is making a comeback for accurate work
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Chris Harris

Strategic Account Manager
Trimble

Learn about the conceptual shift in the geospatial paradigm and new applications of geospatial elements though global cooperation. Find out how requirements for developing intelligent geospatial platforms for integrated applications will be enabled by urgent capacity building and expanded training for the geospatial community. Discover how new geospatial organizations are developing especially in developing countries based on the new paradigm.

  • Exploring the convergence of national defense and homeland security
  • How urban security and public safety management functions and platforms are converging
  • The impact of rapidly growing urban population and security infrastructure as a consequence of development of Smart and Safe Cities
  • What the globalization of security and public safety concerns and new challenges will mean to your organisation
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Indu B. Singh

Senior Director, Intelligent Solutions Division
GDIT

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Tony Cothron

Vice President for Business Development and Customer Requirements
General Dynamics

Group 18

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

16:00 - 16:10 Session Continued

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

16:00 - 16:10 Emerging Needs for Tactical Scale Ice Information in the North David Jackson - Director, Canadian Ice Service, Meteorological Service of Canada
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David Jackson

Director
Canadian Ice Service, Meteorological Service of Canada

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

16:00 - 16:10 Session Continued

Track D – Imagery and Geospatial Data Management

16:00 - 16:10 Session Continued

Track E – National Resilience

16:00 - 16:10 Session Continued

Group 19

Track A – New Developments in GEOINT

16:10 - 16:30 How the French National Mapping Agency is Contributing to the Defence Geospatial Infrastructures Magali Stoll - Director of Space and Defence, IGN France
Find out how IGN plays a key role in the development of French defence capabilities from the recently appointed head of Defence and Space programmes. By drawing on expertise in satellite image processing and geospatial data production and controls IGN is reshaping how French forces plan and execute missions around the world.
  • How IGN currently contributes to the preparation, development, and deployment of the geospatial data infrastructures required by French armies and defence programs
  • IGN’s role in the Geode4D defence programme to deliver geography – hydrology – meteorology and oceanography data through the GeoSocle and GeoMaps projects
  • How IGN is cooperating with industry to establish a global imagery and digital elevation model reference and production of vector databases
  • IGN priorities in standardization, new satellite sensors and research and development into new production methods to improve the geospatial data used by the French defence

Magali Stoll

Director of Space and Defence
IGN France

Track B – Maritime Surveillance and Operations

16:10 - 16:30 Session Continued

Track C – Airborne Surveillance and Operations

16:10 - 16:30 Session continued
Session continues
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Jeremy Morley

Chief Geospatial Scientist
Ordnance Survey

James Prain

Principal Scientist
Intelligence Management Team Intelligence Systems and Analytics Group, Dstl

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Mike Jackson

Emeritus Professor, Nottingham Geospatial Institute
The University of Nottingham

Track E – National Resilience

16:10 - 16:30 Leaders Dialogue – How the Cyber Intelligence Discipline is Evolving to Meet Threats to National Security in Cyber Space Michael Thomas - Project Manager, USAF Communications and Networks Division Naval Space and Warfare Centre (SPAWAR)
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Michael Thomas

Project Manager, USAF Communications and Networks Division
Naval Space and Warfare Centre (SPAWAR)

16:30 - 16:40 Transit Time

Find your seat in the main auditorium for the final keynote sessions including those from General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of General Staff, UK MoD.
The world of Open Source Intelligence is changing. IHS Jane's and IBM will brief the conference on the new IHS Jane's powered by Watson on-line service that will enable analysts to have a complete picture of the information environment quicker than ever before. This NEW service will be cloud based, securely hosted, powered by IBM and will provide a new style of rapid on-line access to the full content of IHS Jane's global Defence, Intelligence and National Security data. It will combine the full IHS Jane's Data sets and trusted analysis expertise with IBM's Open Source collection solutions to provide a unique, world class Open Source capability. All data will be fully accessible and discoverable through IBM's state of the art Cognitive analytics, Enterprise Insight Analytics and GIS based visualisation tools. Designed to transform Open Source tasking, collection, processing and analysis;
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Robert Murrett

Director
Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

Harry Kemsley

Global Vice President
IHS Markit

Juliane Gallina

Partner Director - Cognitive Solutions for National Security
IBM

17:00 - 17:20 From Analogue to Digital to Data: Transforming the UK Hydrographic Office for the 21st Century after 221 Years of Nautical Cartography

John Humphrey - Chief Executive, UKHO
About the UKHO, where we’ve come from and where we are going to, some of the applications we’re hoping to address, the technology and techniques we’re using and some of the lessons we’ve learned along the way.

  • A brief introduction to the UKHO
  • The background to our analogue to digital to data journey
  • Where are we now along that transformational road
  • Some lessons learned along the way so far

John Humphrey

Chief Executive
UKHO

17:20 - 17:50 Future of the UK National GEOINT Structure

Benedict Kite - Chief, Joint Forces Intelligence Group, UK MoD
Find out how the UK’s lead agency on multi-source intelligence sees the future of imagery analysis change over the coming years and the impact it will have on national and coalition operations. Having heard from Major General Hockenhull and Brigadier Kite earlier in the day this session will provide you with the detail around key projects and future programmes to enhance imagery intelligence for UK forces.

  • Key drivers in the evolution of imagery analysis
  • How the profession is being reshaped by the ubiquity of open information and emerging technologies
  • Capability gaps to bridge to improve imagery intelligence for UK forces as a result of recent operations
  • How to develop the skills and competencies today that future imagery analysts will require to do their jobs
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Benedict Kite

Chief, Joint Forces Intelligence Group
UK MoD

Find out what Mr Murrett and other chairpersons from across the day took from the sessions they attended to provide you with an overview of key lessons learned from the first main day of DGI.
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Robert Murrett

Director
Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

18:00 - 23:59 Main Drinks Reception

Relax, unwind and network with your colleagues and contacts over a choice of international beers during the annual DGI main drinks reception at the QEII Conference Centre.