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Anti-Ship Missiles are surface launched, air launched, submarine launched and land launched ship killers/destroyers.

This conference will cover the following key areas

The use of the Harpoon missile by the US Armed Forces

Missile technology and future capabilities

Methodology to determine requirements for Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles

upgrade of the RBS15 Main features and advantages – stand-off capacity, very high lethality

Missions and threats with the extension of requirements from sea to land

Integration of the Hellfire II Missile & the M299 Hellfire launcher

Previous attendees' have included Aeros Matra Mis. DERA, Claverham Ltd, Irvin Aerospace, Ministry of Defence, QinetiQ Royal Swedish Navy, Pakistan Navy, Thales

Topics and speakers from SMi's previous Anti Shipping Missiles include

The future anti-shipping strike capability for the Royal Norwegian Army

Odd Kyllingmark, Vice President, Director NSM Programme, Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace (Norway)

RBS15 Mk3 – The anti-ship missile in littoral and land strike missions

Per Robertson, Sales Director, Anti-Ship Missiles, Saab Bofors Dynamics (Sweden)

The role of anti-shipping missiles in sea control mission and land attack

Gian Paolo Marengo, A/S Missiles Sales Dept., Alenia Marconi Systems (Italy)

Denis Couillard, Director Business Development, Aerospatiale Matra Missiles (France)

Prewetting systems

Filip P. Neele, Scientist Electro-Optics, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory (The Netherlands)

Soft Kill Countermeasures against Anti-Shipping Missiles

Martin Walmsley, Marketing Director, Chemring Countermeasures (UK)

The role of advanced technology for anti-shipping missiles

Captain Anthony J. Benn, Program Manager, Standoff Missile Systems, US Navy

The stealth Visby class corvettes –a change in military tactics?

Lieutenant Commander Mats Bergholm, Naval Missile Systems, FMV (Sweden)

Co-operative Engagement Capacity – a new paradigm in protecting the battle group

Andy Head, Director of Marketing and Defence Systems, Raytheon Systems (UK)

The Harpoon Missile

Scott VanDyke, Principal Engineer, Business Development, Boeing Military Aircraft & Missiles (US)

Radar and infrared decoy systems

Heinz Bannasch, Director, Sales and Product Management, BUCK Neue Technologien GmbH

The Polyphem and Triton Missiles

Uwe Timke, Director of Sales, Missile and Air Defense Systems, DASA/LFK (Germany)

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Ted Hooton

Ted Hooton, Editor, Jane’s Naval Weapons Systems

9:10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

RADM Harry Ulrich

RADM Harry Ulrich, Director, Surface Warfare, OPNAV N76, US Navy

  • The evolution of anti-shipping missile warfare
  • Recent technological advances in anti-shipping missile warfare
  • Anti-shipping missile acquisition and industrial base strategies for the 21st century
  • The impact of modern ship self defense and area air defense enhancements on anti-shipping missile development
  • 9:40 STANDOFF LAND ATTACK-EXPANDED RESPONSE ANTI-SHIP MISSILE

    Cdr Joe Capstaff

    Cdr Joe Capstaff, SLAM-ER/Harpoon Class Desk, US Navy

  • The AGM-84 family of weapons
  • SLAM-ER system
  • Man-In-The-Loop control
  • Missile capabilities
  • The future
  • 10:20 SUPERSONIC RAMJET PROPELLED ANTI-SHIP MISSILES

    Jean-Luc Moerel

    Jean-Luc Moerel, Research Scientist, Rocket Technology, TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory

  • Introduction (question of the Royal Netherlands Navy – important features of the threat – choice of a reference missile
  • Weave strategies of supersonic anti-ship missiles
  • Modelling of the threat
  • Trajectory simulation results of the weaving threat
  • Performance simulations of an anti-missile against the threat
  • Concluding remarks
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 HARPOON BLOCK II

    John R Harnagel

    John R Harnagel, Manager, Advanced Development, Naval Weapons, Boeing

  • Program overview
  • Block II capabilities and status
  • Beyond Block II
  • 12:00 RBS15 MK3

    Commander RSwN (Reserve) Manne K A Koerfer

    Commander RSwN (Reserve) Manne K A Koerfer, Director Strategic Marketing, Surface-to-Surface Missiles, Saab Bofors Dynamics AB

  • Modern anti-ship missiles’ requirements
  • Littoral warfare
  • Present capabilities of the RBS15 MK3
  • The dual use of anti-ship missiles
  • 12:40 Lunch

    14:00 SHIPBORNE ASMD

    Lt Cdr Paul Bell

    Lt Cdr Paul Bell, Staff Officer Electronic Warfare, Maritime Warfare School

  • ASMD C2
  • ASMD planning factors
  • The planning process
  • Triggering ASMD reactions
  • The employment of soft-kill
  • Hard-kill/soft-kill co-ordination
  • 14:40 EXOCET FAMILY

    Guy de Beaucorp

    Guy de Beaucorp, Military Advisor, MBDA

  • Bullet points to be confirmed
  • 15:20 MASS™

  • The littoral (incl. terrorist) and the blue water missile threat
  • MASS™: system features/ship integration
  • The littoral effectiveness of MASS™
  • The blue water effectiveness of MASS™
  • The multi-spectral effectiveness of MASS™ against: - Ultraviolet - Electro-optical - Laser - Infrared - Redar
  • Heinz Bannasch

    Heinz Bannasch, Director of Naval & Air Self Protection Systems, BUCK Neue Technologien GmbH

    Martin Fegg

    Martin Fegg, Product Manager Naval Self Protection Systems, BUCK Neue Technologien GmbH

    16:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Re-registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Ted Hooton

    Ted Hooton, Editor, Jane’s Naval Weapons Systems

    9:10 SHIP SELF DEFENSE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

    Captain George K Hamilton

    Captain George K Hamilton, , Deputy Chief of Staff Resource, Warfare Requirements & Assessments (N8), Commander, US Naval Forces Europe (CINCUSNAVEUR)

  • The evolving threat
  • Methodology to determine requirements for anti-ship cruise missiles
  • Tailoring ship self defense to ship mission
  • Determining capabilities
  • The trade-offs
  • Supporting the decision process
  • 9:40 HELLENIC 62 METRE FAST ATTACK CRAFT

    Cdr S. Konidaris HN

    Cdr S. Konidaris HN, Senior Naval Architect, Fr Lürssen Werft

  • Fast attack craft design
  • Craft armed with Exocet ITL 70 A MM40 Block II surface to surface missile and RAM surface to air missiles
  • Combat management – combat suite
  • Sensors and communications
  • Lethality of the Fast Attack Craft
  • Status of the program – delivery schedule
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 COUNTERMEASURES

    Dr A M J Van Eijk

    Dr A M J Van Eijk, Senior Scientist, TNO/FEL

  • Atmospheric propagation effects
  • Ship signature reductions
  • Deployments of decoys
  • Seeker simulation
  • 12:00 Lunch

    12:00 THE EVOLVED SEASPARROW MISSILE

    Ray Poage

    Ray Poage, Program Manager, Raytheon

  • History
  • Developmental team
  • Flexibility in combat system integration
  • Overview of performance improvements
  • Programmatics
  • Testing highlights
  • 14:00 VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

    Doug Wright

    Doug Wright, Principle Vulnerability Scientist, QinetiQ

  • Current estimations of warhead power based mainly on WWII build vessels
  • Improvements in build standards post war are not fully appreciated
  • Falklands experience reviewed to see what original conclusions could be re-interpreted
  • Wider implications
  • 14:40 Marte MK2/S

    Guiliano Cottini

    Guiliano Cottini, Business Development - Naval Sector, MBDA

  • Italian Navy development program
  • Operational requirements
  • Main features
  • Mission planning
  • Penetration capabilities
  • Growth potential
  • 15:20 ANTI-SHIP MISSILES AND THE LAW

    Dominic Spenser Underhill

    Dominic Spenser Underhill, Partner, Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw

  • Is the use of anti-ship missiles regulated by international law?
  • Anti-ship missiles and terrorism – recent legal developments
  • Anti-ship missiles and merchant targets – who pays?
  • How much force is right?
  • Contractual issues between contractors and their clients
  • 16:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks , Afternoon Tea & Close of Conference

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