LONDON, January 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
In two weeks time, leading industry primes such as Northrop Grumman, SAAB and ELTA systems will be joining key military personnel to discuss the future role of airborne early warning and battle management assets.
Senior Air Force officials, such as Major General Stephen Schmidt from the NATO AWACS force, will be onsite to share their experiences and requirements - including representatives from :
- Qatar Emiri Air Force
- Royal Malaysian Air Force
- French Air Force
- Italian Air Force
- Royal Air Force
- Royal Navy
- Swedish Air Force
- US Air Force
- US Navy
Defence IQ spoke with Maj Gen Stephen Schmidt prior to the event where he discussed the current fleet, the roles of multinational partners, and plans for the future. Maj Gen Schmidt's authoritative overview ahead of his involvement as part of our speaker panel at this year's event can be read in full at http://www.airborneearlywarning.com.
Furthermore, the conference will be a unique opportunity for solution providers to gather under one roof and enhance their networking opportunity within the AEW community.
"This is the 11th year Northrop Grumman has been the lead sponsor for the Airborne Early Warning and Battle Management Conference. As a global leader in AEW&C capability, we have seen the value this conference delivers to both military and industry attendees through the presentations and the face-to-face engagement." Jay Mulhall, Business Development Director, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
Further information on the speaker line-up, conference agenda, sponsorship opportunities or delegate places can be found at http://www.airborneearlywarning.com.
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