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Military Personnel From the Polish Armed Forces, French Army, German Air Force Command and the Turkish Air Force Will Meet at Airborne ISR This Week to Explore the Future of ISR Capability Development

February 26, 2013

LONDON, February 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

Senior military officials are set to attend Defence IQ’s Airborne ISR
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Conference in London this week to
explore the future of ISR capability development through debate and networking:

http://www.airborneisr.com

Gathering intelligence and prosecuting persistent aerial surveillance and
reconnaissance missions now rests as the top priority for militaries around the world. The
challenges surrounding delivering a persistent surveillance capability, ISR capability
development, and the future use of unmanned aerial systems will be a key focus on the
agenda at Airborne ISR
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: http://www.airborneisr.com

Showcasing operational experience, Airborne ISR
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will hear from senior military
personnel from Poland, France, Germany, Turkey and many other nations including:

        - Colonel Mariusz Jachol, Chief, Imagery Intelligence Development Branch, J2
          Division, Polish Armed Forces
        - Colonel Gilles Randreau, Commander, 61st Artillery Regiment, French Army
        - Lieutenant Colonel Roland Runge, Head, Tactical Air Reconnaissance & UAS
          Office, German Air Force Command
        - Captain Mehmet Çolak, UAV Coordinator, UAV & ISR Department, Turkish Air
          Force
        - Conference Chair: Matt Roper, Group Head, NATO Owned Systems, Joint
          Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (JISR)Team, NATO Communications &
          Information Agency (NCIA)

Airborne ISR will feature a dedicated focus day on Unmanned Aerial Systems, exploring
lessons learned, multi-functionality and sensors. Led by industry leaders, discussion will
focus on Advancing International UAS Capabilities, in particular, what UAS manufacturers
and systems integrators see as the key areas for future investment in R&D.

The Airborne ISR four day agenda is available on the event website, along with related
articles and reports: http://www.airborneisr.com

Airborne ISR 2013 will be held between 25 – 28 February in London and is sponsored by
AgustaWestland, Gulfstream, IAI Elta, Rafael, Terma and ViaSat.

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Notes to Editors:

For further information on Airborne ISR contact +44(0)20-7368-9737 or email
enquire@defenceiq.com

To apply for press accreditation at the event email enquire@defenceiq.com.

SOURCE Defence IQ


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