2014 Sponsorship and Exhibition Options
The following Sponsorship options are available for the 2012 Convention:
|VIP Welcome Reception||A$3,000|
|Recovery Breakfast Session||A$2,000|
|Morning or Afternoon Tea||A$1,500|
|Proceedings USB (including vendor material)||A$3,000|
|Satchel Drop (2 x A4 Pages)||A$1,200|
|Handbook Advertising - Full Page Advertisement||A$1,200|
|Handbook Advertising - Half Page Advertisement||A$600|
Exhibition Options and Details
The exhibition space has been examined and to ensure the best layout for exhibitors and delegates, only 20 booths will be available. Consequently, potential exhibitors are strongly advised to book early to avoid disappointment.
Booth prices are as follows:
1 x Single Standard (3m x 2m) booth A$3,000 at the Trade Exhibition
1 x Single Premium (3m x 2m) booth A$4,000 at the Trade Exhibition
1 x Double Premium (6m x 2m) booth A$7,000 at the Trade Exhibition
Exhibitors Information Pack
Available in the coming weeks.
Last Updated (Sunday, 09 March 2014 14:33)
EW - IO - Cyber - EMS Operations
Convergence and Synergies
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide, South Australia, 18-19 August 2014
|On-Line registration - coming soon.||Registration Brochure - coming soon|
|Sponsorship and Exhibition Information||2014 Convention Gala Dinner|
|Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus||Floor Plan|
|Widescreen (16:9) Format .PPT Template||Staging Connections Widescreen Guide|
|Convention Handbook||Convention Pocket Book|
AOC Australasia 2014 Convention Manager
po box 764
mitcham sa 5062 australia
32 the strand
colonel light gardens sa 5041 australia
Emerging EM Threats - Air EW – Naval EW – Land EW – Spectrum Warfare – Cyber Challenges – Procurement Plans – Future Tech
The Australian Chapter of the AOC will host its 2014 biennial AOC Australasia Convention in Adelaide at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on 18-19 August.
The Australian Chapter Convention is the only combined Electronic Warfare, Information Operations, electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) and Cyber Operations convention in Australia.
The Australian Chapter of the Association of Old Crows is on track to provide an innovative and stimulating international convention. Serving the high end of the Electronic Warfare (EW), Intelligence Operations (IO) and Cyber Defence, Security and Resilience communities, this event brings together talent, experience and technologies from every corner of the globe.
International senior leaders, military operators and decision-makers responsible for Cyber, EW Information and EMS Operations, definition, specification and procurement are set to come together in Adelaide to discuss the latest developments in EW and related EMS capabilities.
As growth in these capabilities continues to accelerate across several key regions, leading nations acknowledge that EW remains critical to operational effectiveness. This highly focused convention aims to meet the market need to learn about developments in EW and related EM capabilities, such as Intelligence Surveillance Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR), Communications and Signals Intelligence (COMINT/SIGINT), from international specialists.
This convention will allow international industry to explore business and related opportunities in this still expanding market. This market growth is being accompanied by a corresponding growth in requirements for these converging and related capabilities and programs as the leading regional nations recognise and understand the importance of EW, IO and Cyber and the critical roles they play in operational effectiveness and survivability in peace and conflict.
Day One is the Policy day where a range of invited Australian and overseas speakers discuss Australian and International policy and trends in EW, IO, EMS and Cyber.
Day Two is devoted to EW, IO and Cyber related technical papers discussing research, future technologies and system developments.
The convention also includes a trade exhibition featuring companies and organisations showcasing the latest EW, IO and Cyber related research, products and services.
Discussions with Defence and Industry have also commenced to determine the feasibility of a hosted Day 3 program featuring invited speakers and discussion groups of benefit to the broader Defence community. More details will be provided as Day 3 planning progresses.
Themes and Subjects
Join us as we look at the changing face of warfare in the 21st century including:
- The evolving EM threat environment and corresponding EW technology advances
- Increased Coalition operations and dependence upon third country partnerships
- The move from federated EW systems to integrated, network centric solutions
- Strategies for increased efficiencies and effectiveness in EW solutions
- Changing relationships and new players (Cyber / IO / Comms / ISR / EA)
- Emerging Cyber NCW and software defined radio security and protection issues
- Procurement strategies to meet technology refresh rates
New manned and unmanned maritime patrol capability
The core Technical Paper topics include but are not limited to:
- EW/IO in a Networked Environment
- Current practices in EW/IO/Cyber
- EW and Cyber Convergence
- Tactical Cyber/CNO (Computer Network Operations)/Crypto Capabilities and Technologies
- Evolving ISTAR/EW Capabilities
- Integrated Mission Planning
- ADF evolution of Electronic Attack (EA)
- Emerging Technologies for EW
- EW and IO System Architectures for the Future Threat Environment
EW in an Asymmetric Environment
Last Updated (Saturday, 08 March 2014 17:25)
The purpose of the Association is to engage in activities designed to influence Australia’s ability to control the electromagnetic and information domains to the benefit of Australia’s national security.
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