Upcoming Events

  • Mon 8 .
    Apr

    MSG 43rd Business Meeting accessible only for MSG Group and Associated Members.

    Participation is open to appointed MSG Members and Associate Members. Guests will be invited by the MSG Chair.

    The Read Ahead package and the Draft Agenda will be sent 21 days prior the meeting. This package will include a link to the MSG Science Connect workspace where the available meeting material will be stored.

    ICE BREAKER  (Tuesday, 8 April) at the Citadel: 18h30 

    Dress Code: Casual

    NON-HOSTED DINNER (Thursday, 11 April)  at Frederiksberg Palace: 19h30

    Payment of 50 EUR/350 DKK required for participation. To be paid in cash on Monday, 8 April or Tuesday, 9 April.

    Dress Code: Suit & Tie/Business

     

    Monday, 08. April 2019 until Friday, 12. April 2019 08:00 - 17:30
    MSG 43rd Business Meeting - Copenhagen, DNK
  • Mon 8 .
    Apr

    HFM 43 Panel Business Meeting

    Monday, 08th April 2019 until Thursday 11th April 2019

     

    By invitation of Germany, the 43rd HFM Panel Business Meeting (PBM) will be held in Berlin, Germany, from Monday 08th April 09:00 hrs to Thursday 11th April 2019 16:30 hrs.

    To enroll you will need to login with your STO event credentials or create an account if you don’t already have one. After Login, you will see at the bottom of this page the green button book, click on it and you can start to enroll.

    The General Information Package (GIP) in which you can find information on the PBM logistics, accommodation, travelling etc. is visible and ready for download on this website after you’ve been validated by the CSO office. You will find the GIP after validation below the google maps picture named as: GIP 43 PBM_SYMP BERLIN

    During the PBM there is parallel the Symposium: Evidence-based Leader Interventions for Health and Wellness (09-10 April 2019). PBM members only enroll for the Panel Business Meeting. During the PBM there are several opportunities to join the symposium especially during the keynote speakers.

    On Monday, 08th April, at 19:00hr our German Hosts will provide a Host Nation Welcome Reception, at the Ministry of Defence. If you would like to attend this event, please make sure you choose the right option in the drop down menu during your enrollment. 

    On Tuesday 09th April at 19:00hr our German Host will provide a Non Host Gala dinner for participants and their partners for € 50,- per person held at the Steigenberger Hotel. Again, make sure that you choose the right option in the drop down menu during your enrollment.

    The concept agenda of the 43 PBM Berlin as well as the concept symposium program is in Science connect;

    https://scienceconnect.sto.nato.int/apps/38277

    Enrollment is closed at 24 March 2019.

    Monday, 08. April 2019 until Thursday, 11. April 2019 09:00 - 16:30
  • Tue 9 .
    Apr

     

    Participation is open to appointed Panel Members and Associate Members. Guests will be invited on behalf of the SAS Panel Chair.

    Meeting attendees are kindly requested to (create an account and) register no later than 27 March 2019 at 17:00 (CET). Please also indicate during registration interest in the social events and other arrangements.

    The Read Ahead package and the draft Agenda will be send 14 days prior to the meeting. All meeting documents will be uploaded to the SAS Panel Science Connect space 7 days prior to the meeting or as soon as possible.

    The General Information Package is available at this meeting announcement after your registration is validated and when logged in. This package contains all information to make travel arrangements and benefit from negotiated hotel rates. Blocked rooms will be released on 09 March 2019.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tuesday, 09. April 2019 until Friday, 12. April 2019 08:00 - 12:00
  • Tue 9 .
    Apr

     

    By invitation of Germany, the HFM-302 Evidence-based Leader Interventions for Health and Wellness will be held in Berlin, Germany, from Tuesday 09th April 09:00 hrs to Wednesday 10th April 2019 17:00 hrs.

     

    Symposium Theme

    It has been more than a decade since NATO HFM examined leader strategies for addressing the health of their personnel (Military Leaders’ Strategies for Addressing Stress and Psychological Support). Since then, casualties of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have been the impetus toward a greater focus on health-related interventions. Current and recent HFM activities have examined health-related interventions, such as Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Optimized Nutrition, Suicide Prevention and Leadership Tools for Suicide Prevention to name a few. However, breakthroughs in the domains of leadership, organizational justice, motivation, work engagement, organizational commitment, workplace well-being, and job-related burnout, among others, have influenced models of health to include an increasing number of psychosocial factors. The result is a greater appreciation for a more holistic (or total) view of health and wellness in the workplace that has triggered action in public and private organizations, including the military.

    The objective of this symposium is to bring together leading academics and military experts from a variety of health disciplines to consolidate current evidence-based leader interventions that support military personnel health and wellness from a holistic perspective in order to optimize individual and group functioning in operational and non-operational settings.

    • Total Health and Wellness in a Military Context (scope, e.g., physical, psychological, spiritual, family, etc.)
    • Risk and Protective Factors for Health and Wellness in a Military Context
    • Current Leader Initiatives/Practices to Support Personnel Health and Wellness
    • Evidence-based Leader Interventions and Tools for Health and Wellness at the Individual, Group, and Organizational Levels
    • Gaps in Evidence-based Leader Interventions for Health and Wellness in the Military
    • Barriers to Establishing/Identifying Evidence-based Leader Interventions for Health and Wellness in the Military
    • High Risk Groups: Where Military Leader Interventions for Health and Wellness are Most Necessary

     

    To enroll you need to login with your STO event credentials or create an account if you don’t have one. After Login, you will see at the bottom of this page the green button book, click on it and you can start to enroll. Please fill in all the fields.

    The General Information Package (GIP) in which you can find information on the Symposium logistics, accommodation, travelling etc. is visible and ready for download on this website after you’ve been validated by the CSO office. You will find the GIP after validation below the google maps picture named as: GIP 43 PBM_SYMP BERLIN below the already posted draft program.

    Enrolment validation time can vary from 1 to 20 days depending on your nationality. Thank you for your understanding

    On Monday, 08th April, at 19:00hr our German Hosts will provide a Host Nation Welcome Reception, at the Ministry of Defence. If you would like to attend this event, please make sure you choose the right option in the drop down menu during your enrollment. (Max 170 people)

    On Tuesday 09th April at 19:00hr our German Host will provide a Non Host Gala dinner for participants and their partners for € 50,- per person held at the Steigenberger Hotel. Again, make sure that you choose the right option in the drop down menu.

    Tuesday, 09. April 2019 until Wednesday, 10. April 2019 09:00 - 16:30
  • Wed 1 .
    May

    Theme :

    The objectives of the Lecture Series are:

    1. To provide an overview on the design of Unmanned Air Systems including multidisciplinary aspects such as aerodynamics, propulsion, composite airframes, instrumentation and flight control systems
    2. To assess the technological challenges and regulatory issues related to the integration and operation into existing air space;
    3. To understand the human-system interface for operation of UAS.

    Topics to be covered:

    • Unified vision, from doctrine to capabilities
    • UAS Basic Principles, types and roles, components & systems, concepts of operation
    • Payload and Sensors
    • Assessment on unmanned air/maritime/ground systems – today and tomorrow
    • Airspace Regulations
    • Interoperability across unmanned systems domains (air, space, maritime and ground)
    • Autonomy and sense-and-avoid technology, multi-vehicle cooperative flight
    • Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) UAS operations.
    • Status and projection of multi-mission capabilities for USV and UUV systems
    • Technology and policy implications to UAS autonomy
    • Research and development, strategic priorities and initiatives
    • UAS training: manpower limitations to operations

    Deadline : 

    15th April 2019 : Last Enrolment Date

    Wednesday, 01. May 2019 until Thursday, 02. May 2019 08:00 - 17:30
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