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QEII Center, Westminster London  UK

Global MilSatCom 2018

Global MilSatCom 2018

Global MilSatCom 2018

6-8 November 2018

QEII Center, Westminster
London  UK 

Join us at Global MilSatCom 2018 Europe’s leading military satellite event will return to discuss key challenges and opportunities at this crucial time.

Analysing vital themes within the SATCOM community, this year’s event will delve into constellation capacity and robustness, SATCOM on-the-move and the growing efforts to harmonise interoperability of platforms – as well as hearing key national updates from around the globe.

Take this opportunity to meet our team on site and hear more on o3b mPOWER with our team in the technology sessions and our key note speakers presentation.

Wednesday, 7 November

Time Speaker  
09:30 - 10:00

Eric Watko
Executive Vice President, Product, Marketing and Strategy

Readiness, Interoperability and Resilience - from Satellite-Centric to Data-Centric Capabilities

Hear more on how SES Networks are delivering secure, flexible and ubiquitous connectivity for today’s high-tech military and its network-centric operations fueled by real-time data from the field, personnel and manned and unmanned vehicles: 


  • Evolved thinking in a requirements-driven environment supporting global governments and institutions 
  • Multi-orbit, multi-frequency capabilities across a joint architecture of both commercially-owned and government-owned assets
  • Planning for and acquiring SATCOM capabilities as critical communications infrastructure for network centric operations
  • Preparing for the next generation: O3b mPOWER cloud – scale multi-terabit connectivity through a “virtual fibre” network anywhere in the world 

Monday, 5 November - Focus Day

Time Speaker  
14:00 - 14:30

Rob Heron

Managing Director, SES Defence UK Ltd

O3b mPOWER: Reaching New levels of Military Communications Performance


  •  A New MEO Constellation enabling truly global cloud-scale    connectivity
  • In 2021, seven next-generation MEO satellites will be added to the O3b fleet
  • Setting new industry benchmarks across multiple performance metrics
  • Empowering a multi-terabit “virtual fibre” network virtually anywhere 


Rob Heron
SES Networks Managing Director of SES Defence UK Ltd