Defence Summit Asia 2011 is the 3rd annual summit focusing on the development of defence technology. In 2010, we discussed on the advancement of military technology to support the requirements of battlefield environment today. Advanced know-how often give critical advantage to war fighters, therefore militaries are regularly researching into ways to further develop their capabilities.
The theme for Defence Summit Asia 2011 is “INTEGRATED FORCE”. While defence technology is critical to a nation’s well being, militaries realise that the integration of defence capabilities will bring these intelligence to a new level of achievement. Of course, the notion of Integrated Force does not happen within a short period of time. Integrated defence planning call for meticulous preparation in terms of systems architecting, adaptable defence framework that allows for changes in defence requirements and new updates on technology, risk management to ensure mission success and many other critical considerations.
At Defence Summit Asia 2011, we are providing this platform for all militaries to gather and discuss on potential opportunities, higher capabilities achievement, yet complex issues that will occur with the concept of Integrated Force.
With increased sophistication in EW technologies and strategies, effectiveness of traditional jamming strategies may be hampered and EW system capabilities degraded.
Electronic Warfare course is customised to address this constant need to understand more about advanced EW systems and capabilities in this field. There will be in-depth discussions on various EW receiver system designs and processor systems. New and emerging threats to EW systems will also be extensively discussed. Participants can also seek to enhance practical know-how on system design trade-off analysis as well as test and evaluation of EW systems.
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Software System Safety is generally defined as the efforts to optimise system safety within system engineering lifecycles and its integration into existing operational environment. The importance of software system safety is indisputable with increasing redesign and development of military systems.
Despite the efforts to prevent software failures, militaries still face systems breakdown due to software upgrades, despite pre-testing of the software. In view of this, most militaries develop software safety frameworks, to allow systematic approach to conduct software design, development, testing and integration efforts. Whilst drafting out the processes, engineers have to bear in mind the importance of software requirements and specifications analysis to ensure timely delivery of desired capabilities.
Software System Safety course aims to address the challenges and complexity that engineers face in ensuring survivability of new or upgraded software into military operational environment.
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This course aims to address the design and security issue faced by engineers in developing a secure wireless military communication network system. Hence, discussion include the concept of military communication networks, comparison of US military standard, military network design with specification and the integration of network in manned and unmanned platform.
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