SAE Media Group is proud to present the 6th Annual Air and Missile Defence Technology Conference taking place in London on the 16th and 17th November 2022. This event will follow in the wake of five successful Air and Missile Defence Technology conferences, which featured exceptional international representation.

The conference will provide a unique insight into GBAD, Counter Medium and Ballistic Missile technologies, C-RAM, Integrated and Networked Radar systems, Confronting ICBM threats and developing coherent international strategies. This conference will allow attendees to gain contacts within the most cutting-edge programs in a growing and critical market.

This event will provide an opportunity to hear the latest developments from senior international programme managers and will provide an opportunity to learn what technologies nations are investing in, to protect from a widening array of missile and airborne threats.

Air and Missile Defence Technology is an excellent opportunity to gain insight into the international priorities and developments for air and missile defence. The two-day conference will provide attendees the opportunity to engage with senior officials and technical experts to enhance their network and understanding of the Air and Missile defence priorities.

• Hear the latest developments from leading international programmes
• Discuss how nations are adopting technology to protect against enhanced threats
• Explore how nations are engaging with on-another to enhance interoperability and strengthen their defence technologies
• Attend a conference where you can meet and network with leading programme managers
• Understand how nations are rising to combat the threats to militaries from emerging technologies


Agency for Defence- Korea; Airbus Defence and Space GmbH; Airforces Monthly; Booz Allen Hamilton; British Army; Calspan; Czech Air Force; Czech Armed Forces; Czech Republic MOD; Egyptian Armed Forces; ELTA Systems Ltd; FMV; French Air Force; German Airforce; Hanwha Corporation; Hemi S.R.O; High-Speed Vehicle Research Center; Hungarian Army; Israeli Air Force; KAIST; KONGSBERG; Kongsberg Defence &Aerospace; Letectví a kosmonautika; Lithuanian Air Force; Lockheed Martin; Lockheed Martin Uk (Uk); MBDA; MILMAG The Military Magazine; Missiles and Space, International; NATO Missile Firing Installation (NAMFI); OMNIPOL a. s.; Rafael Advanced Defense Systems; Rheinmetall Air Defence; Saab AB; Thales Raytheon Anschutz GmbH; TRS AMDC2; TUBITAK; Tubitak Sage; UAE GHQ; University of Defence; US Air Force in Europe ; US Army Europe; Weibel Scientific A/S;

Conference programme

8:00 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley

Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley, Independent Consultant & Former Deputy Commander, UK Joint Ground Based Air Defence HQ
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9:00 2022 Update on the Integration of Sky Sabre into British Air Defence

Colonel Graham Taylor CBE

Colonel Graham Taylor CBE, 7th UK Air Defence Group, British Army
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  •  Optimisation of the Sky Sabre system to combat future UK threats and lessons learned after its introduction
  • Integrated air defence systems and the strategic need for ever-increasing range capabilities
  • Next steps for Sky Sabre

    9:30 Spanish ADA Material Upgrades and Future Organization of the Spanish Anti-aircraft Artillery System.

    Colonel Fernando Prada

    Colonel Fernando Prada, 71st ADA Regiment, Spanish Army
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  •  Development of the ADA combat.
  • ADA responsibilities regarding the A2/AD.
  • Spanish ADA units in operations.

    10:00 MARSS NiDAR - Defeating real world drones

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Polish Integrated and Network Centric Air and Missile Defence

    Brigadier General Dynski Kazimierz

    Brigadier General Dynski Kazimierz, Air and Missile Defence Division Chief - Deputy Inspector, General Command of the Polish Armed Forces
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  • Concept for variable use of a SHORAD system
  • Limitations on a short-range air and missile defence system
  • Training on SHORAD systems and strengthening their efficiency for the Polish Armed Forces
  • Interoperable needs and NATO involvement for air defence systems
  • Discussing Eastern European and NATO AMD in view of the situation in Ukraine
  • 11:30 Integrated Air and Missile Defense – Advanced Threats Detection

    Moshe Manor

    Moshe Manor, Senior Air and Missile Defense Specialist, IAI ELTA Systems Ltd.
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  • Hypersonic threats detection
  • EXO/ENDO atmospheric detection
  • HRGV challenges & solutions
  • 12:00 3D Detection and Classification of Air Targets in Complex Environments

    Henrik Olsson

    Henrik Olsson, Product Line Director, Surveillance Radars, Weibel Scientific A/S
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  • Weibel overview
  • Operational challenges
  • XENTA 3D SHORAD radar
  • Performance examples
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 Integration of Nation-State and Coalition Integrated Air and Missile Defense Systems

    Matthew Hawes

    Matthew Hawes, Senior Director, Noblis
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  • Backround
  • Technical Integration enables Allied/Bi-Multi-Lateral Interoperability – But its hard
  • What is the Agnostic/Independent Integrator Model – How U.S. government organizations are changing the game
  • 14:00 Lithuanian Air Defence Priorities

    Lieutenant Colonel Andrius Konovalovas

    Lieutenant Colonel Andrius Konovalovas, Commander of the Air Defense Battalion, Lithuanian Air Force
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  •  Development of air defence infrastructure
  • NASAMS and expectations for their integration into NATINAMDS
  • Lithuanian airspace monitoring and reaction capabilities

    14:30 Advanced Approach in Air Defense Sensors Design

    Gil Schwartz

    Gil Schwartz, Vice president of business development and marketing, RADA Industries

  • Shape of conflict
  • Advanced capabilities – Sensors and solutions
  • Weapon systems integration
  • Multi-Mission support
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Discussing Swedish GBAD: Air Defence and the Eastern Threat

    Lieutenant Colonel Roger Ahfelt

    Lieutenant Colonel Roger Ahfelt, Head of Swedish Air Defence Combat School, Swedish Army
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  •  The current status of Swedish AMD: Strategic considerations and threats
  • Ongoing implementation of new systems
  • The future of GBAD capability
  • 16:00 Evaluating Greek Defense Investments in the Realm of Air Missile Defence

    Lieutenant Colonel Nikolaos Oikonomakis

    Lieutenant Colonel Nikolaos Oikonomakis, Contract, Programme Manager, Ministry of National Defence
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  •  Air Missile Defense considerations for the F-16 Viper Upgrade Program
  • Counter UAS Considerations in AMD
  • Evaluating Patriot and Crotale systems 

    16:30 Perspectives on China’s Missile and Missile Defence Capability

    Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney

    Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute
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  •  Contrasting China’s capability to the Wests’
  • Are we doing enough to counter the threat?
  • Looking forward towards the 2030s
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley, Independent Consultant & Former Deputy Commander, UK Joint Ground Based Air Defence HQ
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    17:15 Drinks Reception Hosted by Lead Sponsor MARSS

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley, Independent Consultant & Former Deputy Commander, UK Joint Ground Based Air Defence HQ
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    9:10 The 10th AAMDC’s Role in European Air Defence: Facing the Threat

    Colonel Lisa Bartel

    Colonel Lisa Bartel, Deputy Commanding Officer, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command
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  •  Evaluating the capabilities of the 10th AAMDC
  • An update on the implementation of the M-SHORAD; Defending manoeuvre forces in an increasingly complex Air and Missile Defence environment
  • Ongoing work with allies to ensure interoperability and holistic missile protection
  • Looking forward at the strategic challenges for the 10th AAMDC and the preparations to overcome them
  • 9:45 Integration and Synchronised Capabilities Across U.S. Missile Defence Programs

    Thomas Doss

    Thomas Doss, Assistant Program Executive Officer, International, Missiles and Space, International
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  •  Future expectations and requirements in the run-up to 2023 hypersonic operability
  • The Integrated Fires and Rapid Capabilities portfolio; c-UAS, hypersonic weapons and integrated systems
  • Strategic fires and their differences to practical laser-based defence systems

    10:20 Morning Coffee

    10:50 The Joint Integrated Air & Missile Defense Organization (JIAMDO)

    Colonel Anthony Behrens

    Colonel Anthony Behrens, Deputy Director, Joint Integrated Air & Missile Defense Organization (JIAMDO), Joint Staff J8
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    11:25 NATO’s Integrated Air Missile Defence: Policy Framework

    Nicolas Giacometti

    Nicolas Giacometti, Policy Adviser, NATO
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  •  From a policy perspective, what are the main challenges for NATO IAMD today and in the future?
  • How has the policy framework on NATO IAMD changed in the past years and how may it further evolve?
  • How can NATO contribute to enhancing Allies’ awareness about IAMD and their IAMD capabilities? 
  • 12:00 Networking Lunch

    13:00 Evaluating the Vital Role of Integrated Air and Missile Defence in an Increasingly Complex Threat Environment: Ukraine as a study

    Brigadier General (Ret'd) John Shapland

    Brigadier General (Ret'd) John Shapland, Strategic Planner , EUCOM
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  •  Risk – Managing risk through integrating air and missile DefenseI
  • Interoperability & Integration – What does it mean across Europe?
  • Sensors - Understanding ‘360-degree’ threat – sensor coverage will enable Defense
  • Layered Defense - Left of Launch, Active, and Passive Defense – delivering, credible, and effective Air and Missile Defense
  • 13:30 Adapting AMD Efforts to Near Peer Threats After Ukraine (Virtual)

    Dr Thomas Karako

    Dr Thomas Karako, Senior Fellow, International Security Program/Director, Missile Defence Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
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  •  Assessing US budgets and program changes
  • Reorienting from rogue states to Russia and China
  • The need for full spectrum AMD efforts integrated with passive defense and distributed operations
  • Lessons from the Ukraine conflict for fires and air defense 
  • 14:00 Afternoon Tea

    14:30 Lockheed Martin Ground Based Air Defence and Architectures

    Ian  Spillane

    Ian Spillane, Chief Engineer, Missiles and Fire Control, Lockheed Martin UK
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  •  Ground Based Air Defence technologies
  • Improving Air Defence Architectures
  • Current effectiveness of Ground based solutions to new air and missile threats

    15:00 Developing GBAD capability with incremental materiel inserts

    Lennart Steen

    Lennart Steen, Senior GBAD Specialist, Saab AB
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  • Integration platforms
  • Examples of key capability additions
  • Simultaneous missions
  • Non-technical considerations
  • 15:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley

    Group Captain (Ret.) Bob Daisley, Independent Consultant & Former Deputy Commander, UK Joint Ground Based Air Defence HQ
    View Bio


    Chief Business Development Officer
    Chief Business Development Officer
    Strategic Planner
    Air and Missile Defence Division Chief - Deputy Inspector
    General Command of the Polish Armed Forces
    Deputy Director
    Joint Integrated Air & Missile Defense Organization (JIAMDO), Joint Staff J8
    71st ADA Regiment
    Spanish Army
    7th UK Air Defence Group
    British Army
    Deputy Commanding Officer
    10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command
    China Aerospace Studies Institute
    Senior Fellow, International Security Program/Director, Missile Defence Project
    Center for Strategic and International Studies
    Vice president of business development and marketing
    RADA Industries
    Independent Consultant & Former Deputy Commander
    UK Joint Ground Based Air Defence HQ
    Product Line Director, Surveillance Radars
    Weibel Scientific A/S
    Chief Engineer, Missiles and Fire Control
    Lockheed Martin UK
    Senior GBAD Specialist
    Saab AB
    PM for Directed Energy, C-sUAS
    U.S. Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office
    Commander of the Air Defense Battalion
    Lithuanian Air Force
    Contract, Programme Manager
    Ministry of National Defence
    Head of Swedish Air Defence Combat School
    Swedish Army
    Senior Director
    Senior Air and Missile Defense Specialist
    IAI ELTA Systems Ltd.
    Senior Air and Missile Defence Specialist
    IAI ELTA Systems Ltd
    Policy Adviser
    Assistant Program Executive Officer, International
    Missiles and Space, International

    Sponsors and Exhibitors


    Short Agenda


    Full Agenda


    Preliminary Attendee List (As of 26 October 2022)


    Air and Missile Technology 2022 Brochure


    Speaker Biographies


    Past Attendee List


    2021 Past Presentation - Lieutenant Colonel Zach Fennell, U.S. Air Force


    2021 Past Presentation - Mr Richard Engleholm, Weibel Scientific A/S


    2021 Past Presentation - Mr Paddy Mallon, Thales UK


    2021 Past Presentation - Colonel Graham Taylor, British Army


    2021 Past Presentation - Colonel Jaime-Vidal Mena Redondo, Spanish Army


    2021 Past Presentation - Lieutenant General Neil Thurgood, U.S. Army


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    IAI ELTA Systems Ltd.

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is a world-class aerospace and defense company innovating and delivering state-of-the-art technologies in space, air, land, naval, cyber & homeland security for defense and commercial markets. Combining the “Start-up Nation” spirit of innovation with decades of combat-proven experience, IAI provides customers with tailor-made, cutting-edge solutions to the unique challenges they face including satellites, UAVs, missiles, intelligence solutions, weapon systems, air defense systems, robotic systems, radars, business jets, aerostructures, and more. Established in 1953, IAI is one of Israel’s largest technology employers with offices and R&D centers in Israel and abroad. For more information, visit https://www.iai.co.il/.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    For more than 25 years, Noblis has been an innovator within the federal government, committed to enriching lives and making our nation safer while investing in the missions of tomorrow. As a nonprofit, Noblis works for the public good, providing independent and objective science, technology and engineering solutions. Together with our subsidiaries, we work with a wide range of government clients in the defense, homeland security, intelligence, law enforcement and federal civil sectors.

    Noblis is a nonprofit independent of shareholders. Our profits are directly reinvested in strengthening what makes us different – our research and our people. We have no commercial interests to advance, no vendor alliances to protect and no sponsors to represent. Instead, we are free to focus on what matters most – delivering the most impactful, practical solution for your mission.

    Your mission will benefit from the best Noblis has to offer, every time. Collaboration, objectivity and innovation are hallmarks of our company culture and are reflected in every solution. We stay tightly connected to industry and academia to ensure we apply the most current and relevant science and technology. We don’t wait for threats and challenges to impact our clients before we take action. Instead, we crowdsource our experts’ firsthand mission experience and translate it into Noblis Sponsored Research, our internally funded projects which are aligned to anticipate and solve our clients’ most challenging objectives. We offer state-of-the-art technology, integrated laboratories and high-performance computing resources to allow our clients to rapidly prototype, form immediate solutions and achieve “the art of the possible.”

    At Noblis, we are thinkers and doers who combine leading-edge research and labs with centers of excellence to drive innovation in the areas of analytics, augmented intelligence and machine learning, autonomous systems, cyber, cloud, space, energy, biosciences, telecom and many others. Our experts collaborate across a variety of backgrounds, disciplines and technologies to create mission-driven impacts for our federal agency customers.

    Together with our subsidiaries, we work with a wide range of government clients in the defense, homeland security, intelligence, law enforcement and federal civil sectors.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    RADA is a pioneer of combat-proven, multi-mission software-defined radars for enhanced survivability of on-the-move operations.

    Offering a wide range of compact, lightweight radar platforms based on cutting-edge 4D AESA pulse Doppler technology, our systems meet the highest SWaP-C criteria.

    RADA’s cutting-edge software defined radars enable lifesaving, mission-critical capabilities for the maneuver force. With simultaneous multi-mission capability, our radar systems provide real-time 360° Situation Awareness for operational superiority.

    Weibel Scientific A/S

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Weibel Scientific is a high-tech company that since the 1970s has been dedicated to provide precision data for user all over the world. The modern day company develops and produces a wide range of tactical and instrumental X-band Doppler-based radars, utilizing CW, MFCW and FMCW waveforms for small object detection and tracking with high resolution in both the velocity and range domain. Weibel Scientific’s portfolio ranges from small muzzle velocity and fire director radars for anti-air artillery to radars for the full IAMD spectrum. The technology covers applications from counter drone operations around high value targets through SHORAD/LLAD to air surveillance radars for GBAD and upper tier air defence applications and BMD capable radars. Throughout the last 40 years, Weibel has provided more than 5000 radars to more than 50 countries.

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