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IDLSoc January 2015 Newsletter
January's Newsletter contains the call for presentation for IDLS2015. To view the Newsletter click here.
IDLS2015 Theme is announced
It is Enabling Technologies to increase Modern Warfighting Capability
The call for presentations at this years IDLS has been issued, For more information please look at the 'Call for Presentations' page of the event website
The 2015 Exhibitor Packages booklet is now available. As in the past, Bronze, Silver and Gold packages are available and include paid delegate registrations, hotel rooms and promotional opportunities. To download a copy of the exhibitor packages click here.
IDLSoc 2015 Training Day
The Training Day will take place at the Shaw Centre, Ottawa on 3 November 2015. The plan is to offer a maximum of 6 courses but the response will obviously dictate the actual number to be delivered.
Top 10 Issues
Brigadier General Brundidge, challenged the Society, at IDLS2010, to identify the top ten issues that would face the Data Link Community in the future. Lt Cdr Roy Johansson Chairman of the International Data Links Society wrote to Brigadier General Brundidge outlining what we felt the top ten issues were.
A Brief Overview
The International Data Links Society (IDLSoc) started in 2004, after delegates at the third International Data Links Symposium (IDLS) voted to create a Society.
It is a not-for-profit organization set up to represent the international data links community through individual, government and corporate memberships.
Its aims include
- To provide a Government-Industry forum
- To further interoperability
- To further the effectiveness of digital information exchange
- To create a framework of co-operation across nations
The Quick Guides are a set of Data Links guides, which give an overview of different forms of Data Links. The Society is looking to add to these guides.
To view the guides, please go to the Quick Guides page in the Publications area.
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