13th - 15th March 2018 | Hilton Syon Park Hotel, London, United Kingdom

Focus Day: Clayton Chiswick Hotel

10:30 am - 11:30 am Registration and Welcome Coffee

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Mr Matt Roper

Chief, Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance,
NATO Communications and Information Agency

•    What skill set is required to achieve success in future air conflict?
•    How should the USAF work to overcome issues with recruitment and retention of highly skilled airmen and women?
•    How should senior commanders cultivate an environment of supportive skills development in decision-making and specialist skills in ISR?
•    What are the current performance metrics being used and what changes are needed to create incentives for retention?
•    What can military learn from industry in sourcing and developing the best talent?

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Lieutenant General Gina Grosso

Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel and Services
Headquarters U.S. Air Force

12:20 pm - 12:00 am Raytheon Focus Day Presentation

Sponsored by Raytheon

12:50 pm - 12:00 am The Future Leaders Of The RAF: Innovation And Technical Dominance

•    What challenges is the RAF facing in recruitment and retention of pilots and individuals with critical, technical skills, such as intelligence analysis and cyber?
•    How can the RAF unlock the full potential of its intellectual and technological capital?
•    What does the RAF need from industry to support these initiatives?


1:20 pm - 12:00 am Lunch and Networking

•    Defining innovation
•    The challenges faced by large hierarchical organisations to manage disruption
•    Introducing the Defence Entrepreneurs Forum (DEF) and Hacking 4 Defense (H4D) programme; their role in supporting non-traditional partnerships

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Wing Commander Keith Dear

Intelligence Officer and DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford
RAF

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Neill Hunt

Co-Leader
Defense Entrepreneurs Forum UK

3:05 pm - 12:00 am BrAIN Boxes: Workforce Empowerment And Leadership In The British Army

Lieutenant Kirsty Skinner, Founder,British Army Intrapreneurs' Network (BrAIN)
•    How do you cultivate curiosity and creativity and intelligent disobedience in the military?
•    The history and objectives of the British Army Intrapreneurs’ Network
•    Current challenges facing the British Army from a recruitment, retention and leadership perspective

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Lieutenant Kirsty Skinner

Founder
British Army Intrapreneurs' Network (BrAIN)

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm How connectivity through new, high-throughput satellites can provide resiliency and improve mission success

Simon Hoey, Business Development Global Government,Intelsat
•    Benefit from substantial improvements in throughput for manned and unmanned ISR applications
•    Ku Band satellite services for affordable transmission of sensor data and video in-flight  
•    IGC’s new aeronautical satcom capability begins early in 2018 promising an 8X improvement in performance over yesterday’s networks
•    Superior security with Intelsat EpicNG

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Simon Hoey

Business Development Global Government
Intelsat

•    The role of academia and S&T research in fostering cultures of innovation in defence intelligence
•    What is needed to change conventional mind-sets and approaches to technology development and implementation within the military?
•    Case study: automisation and the human in military decision-making


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Dr Nick Yeung

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Oxford

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Dr Nick Yeung

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Oxford

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Major Aaron Celaya

Department of Experimental Psychology
University of Oxford

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Wing Commander Keith Dear

Intelligence Officer and DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford
RAF

5:40 pm - 7:10 pm ViaSat Cocktail Reception