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IDLS2013 Registration is Now Open
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Is IDLS2013 in your Calendar?
Wednesday 23 - Friday 25 October 2013 Norfolk, Virginia, USA
The IDLSoc Training Day will take place on Tuesday 22 October 2013 in Norfolk Waterside Marriott, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
At IDLS2013 not only will you be able to get up to date with the very latest cutting edge technology, but through the operational demonstration delegates will have the opportunity to see different organisations integrating their respective systems to forward timely information and orders to the warfighter/peacekeeper/disaster relief worker.
For more information visit the IDLS2013 Website.
IDLSoc May 2013 Newsletter
Read the Chairman's latest message in the May 2013 Newsletter by clicking here.
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.
Latest Approved Acronym
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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