Tue 20 Mar 2018 @ 10:37
Whilst MAST Advanced Workshop Syndicate Member registration has now closed for the upcoming Disruptive Technologies workshop in Portsmouth, anyone registering to join the ground-breaking event as an Observer could be upgraded to full participation status, subject to matching Membership criteria.
Anyone fitting the profile of a suitable syndicate member will be invited to take part by the Syndicate leaders:
- Colonel Dan Cheesman – Royal Marines – Chief Technology Officer, UK Royal Navy, UK
- Professor Andrew Lambert – Laughton Professor of Naval History, Department of War Studies, Kings College, University of Oxford, UK
- Dr John Best – Chief Technology Officer, Thales Group, France
Tue 20 Mar 2018 @ 10:35
We are delighted to announce that visitors to MAST in New Delhi in November 2018 will experience the very first German Pavilion.
Working closely with both the embassy in Delhi and well-known organiser, CCO, we expect the broadest showing of Germany’s leading suppliers of defence platforms, systems and technologies.
If your organisation would like to join this new feature zone, please contact CCO Managing Director Nico Baumbach:
- Tel.: +49 (0)89-9009
- Mobile: +49 175 4114 719
- Email: email@example.com
Mon 12 Mar 2018 @ 10:16
MAST has gathered the leading experts from Academia, Navy, and Industry to facilitate these top-level workgroups.
Don’t miss your opportunity to meet the minds shaping the future of naval operations/procurement.
Who should register as a Syndicate “member”?
Navies should register to find out what academia/research believe is possible in the 10- and 30-year time frames, and what industry feels is possible to deliver now, in 10 years, and in 30 years’ time.
Industry should register to find out what technologies academic/research studies believe are possible, and where future global navies will invest their procurement/upgrade budgets.
Academia/research should register to reality check when Industry feel programmes will come online, and find out from where government/industry-based funding will come from.
Anyone else wanting to hear which disruptive technologies will most likely impact future navies, should also register (as a syndicate “observer”).
Mon 5 Mar 2018 @ 11:28
Anyone wanting to join one (or more) of the exclusive MAST Advanced Workshop: Disruptive Technologies syndicates (Military, Industry, Academia) has until Friday 16th March to register (after then, only “observer” places will be available).
With the target of producing a ratified white paper* on best practices regarding disruptive technologies in the development, procurement and operation of future naval platforms/systems, syndicate members are in the hot seat to steer their workgroup’s discussions, to deliver directly actionable information to benefit their own organisations.
Whether you have a breadth of knowledge in the field to benefit the groups, or want to understand more about the effects of disruptive technologies (including big data) upon international navies, 10 and 30 years into the future, MAWI: Disruptive Technologies is the game-changing forum to attend.
So far, registrations have been received from Australia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, and the UK.
- Find out more about MAST Advanced Workshop: Disruptive Technologies
- Register as a Syndicate Member or Syndicate Observer
* The white paper will only be made available to participants
Thu 22 Feb 2018 @ 10:56
Anyone wanting syndicate member status (rather than observer) is reminded of the strict registration deadline of 16th March 2018.
Places in each syndicate are limited to 20 pax only, so anyone wishing to play a proactive role in the workshop sessions (and contribute to the resulting white paper) show register now!
When registering, please remember to nominate the syndicate you wish to join:
- Military – Syndicate leader: Colonel Dan Cheesman Royal Marines (Chief Technology Officer, UK Royal Navy, UK)
- Academia – Syndicate leader: Professor Andrew Lambert – Laughton Professor of Naval History, Department of War Studies, Kings College, University of Oxford, UK
- Industry – Syndicate leader: TBC