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MORPHEUS Evolution beyond the Bowman Radio

The Joint PEI Defence Lecture will look at the next generation of military communications.

The implementation of the next generation of military communications has begun. Join us on 22 June to hear how a motivated military-industrial team are tackling the challenges of evolving communications, addressing concerns including:

• Dealing with scale, complexity and a rapidly evolving technological landscape
• Capturing military requirements in a contemporary era of international insurgency and ambiguous warfare
• Enabling Land Joint Strike in a contested and congested EME with modern C4I solutions
• Aligning delivery to the expectations of the modern smartphone-using soldiers

You will hear from both the military and industry:

• Colonel Adam Corkery
Commanding Officer, 21 Signal Regiment and elected to Assistant Head Information Infrastructure, Directorate Information, Army HQ

• Lieutenant Colonel Mark Cornell
BATCIS Delivery Team, Defence Information Systems and Services (ISS)

• Tony Reeves
PA Consulting

The evening is free to attend and will be followed by a networking drinks reception.


Colonel Adam Corkery | talks | www
Lieutenant Colonel Mark Cornell | talks | www
Mr Tony Reeves | talks | www


Date and Time:

22 June 2016 at 6:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



IET London: Savoy Place
2 Savoy Place

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