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UASDTC 2010

Military, Civilian and Commercial UAV

Sponsor & Exhibitor Prospectus

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Defense and Tactics Conference & Expo

Sponsorship Opportunities

July 29-30, 2010 Washington, D.C

Photo credit: US DoD

25 +

40 +

100 +

Countries

Procurement Agencies

High-Ranking Officers

300 +

40 +

Participants

Coast Guard Agencies

20 + Border Control Agencies

++ Offshore Platforms, Oil & Gas Installations Protection Operators & Commercial Users

Technologies & Solutions + Immediate Operational Needs + Long-Standing Challenges + Long-Term Required Key Capabilities


Sponsorship Opportunities

Conference Audience The conference is aimed at a high profile audience of senior figures from military, federal and local governments, academia and industry including R&D Engineers, Scientist, UAS Program Managers, Defense Procurement Specialist, analysts, acquisition executives, influential leaders and decision-makers. + Senior executives responsible for, and who influence, strategy within the UAS programs + Scientist, and Researchers who are working on near-term solutions to immediate opera tional needs +Program Managers who are working on long term required key capabilities

Chair UASDTC on the day of your choice

+ Engineers who will update you on the progress and solutions in progress to resolve longstanding challenges. + Policy and procurement officials from more than 20 countries + Senior executives from private sector who are looking for solutions and partners

Position Your Organization as an Industry Leader

+ US as well as international companies who are having UAS programs + Journalists and press from trade and industry publications.

UASDTC 2010

PRESIDENTIAL SPONSOR Investment : $19,995 You will have the privilege of chairing the conference on the day of your choice You will have the opportunity to present a corporate case study and your will be allocated a 20 minutes presentation in the main conference program, or you may moderate a panel of your chioce You will be allocated two (2) premium demonstration tables, where you may set up an exhibit for the entire length of the confe rence This space will enable you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates You will recieve six (6) complimentary passes to the conference You will co-host the Cocktail Reception at the end of day-one Four (4) personnel from your organization may attend the Cocktail Party (extra to your ticketed delegates and speakers). This allows for a strong corporate presence at your event to ensure adequate saturation and networking Your corporate logo will be on all of the following: Conference Pens, Conference Pads and Conference Handbags (subject to availability) Your corporate logo will be highlighted in the prime position on the conference e marketing material which is used in our exte nsive marketing campaign directed approximately 40 - 50,000 name of senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8 - 10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. In the average, we have more than 2,000 visitors a day Your sponsorship will be acknowledge in the conference documemtation folder. Your logo, company profile and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company You may also insert a company profile into the conference give away bags and/or conference documentation, highlighting the produc ts and services offered by your organization asa well as contact details of your key people. (Maximum of four (4) A4 pages - inserts to be provided by you) Your company banners (six banners) will be strategically displayed in the main conference auditorium for two days. (Banners to be provided by you) You will recieve a copy of the confidential delegates list with full contact details to assist your company in new business generation You have the opportunity to host any of the following: Conference Refreshment Break or Conference Breakfast

RESERVE YOUR EXHIBIT SPACE TODAY! Call 202.536.5000

All pre-paid exhibitors receive a $75 discount on additional Conference registrations purchased above and beyond the registrations included in each package. Bring your whole office!


Sponsorship Opportunities Introduce, Launch, or further broadcast your expertise UASDTC 2010 IRIDIUM SPONSOR Investment : $14,995 You will have the opportunity to present a corporate case study and you will be allocated a 10 minute presentation in the main conference program, or you may moderate a panel ofyour choice We will work very closely with you to mould the 2 day conference giving you a platform to introduce, launch, or further broadcast your expertise You will be allocated two (2) premium demonstration tables, where you may set up an exhibit for the entire length of the conference. This space will enable you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conferenc e delegates You will receive five (5) complimentary passes to the conference You will co host the Cocktail Reception at the end of day one Three (3) personnel from your organization may attend the Cocktail party (extra to your ticketed delegates and speakers). This allows for strong corporate presence at your event to ensure adequate saturation and networking Your corporate logo will be on one of the following: Conference Pens, Conference Pads, and Conference Handbags(subject to availability) Your corporate logo will be highlighted in the prime position on the conference e marketing material which is used in our extensive marketing campaign directed approximately 40– 50,000 named senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8–10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website, and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. In the average,we have more than 2,000 visitors a day Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the conference documentation folder. Your logo, company profile and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company You may also insert a company profile into the conference documentation, highlighting the products and services offered by your organization as well as contact details ofyour key people. (Maximum of three (3) A4 pages – inserts to be provided by you) Your company banners (four banners) will be strategically displayed in the main conference auditorium, giving you a constant profile for the two days (Banners to be provided by you.) You will receive a copy of the confidential delegate list with full c ontact details to assist your company in new business generation

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Defense and Tactics Conference & Expo July 29-30, 2010 Washington, D.C Would you like more Information on becoming a UASDTC Conference Sponsor? Contact us at: or e-mail us at: LClark@nfemail.com

You have the opportunity to host any of the following: Conference Refreshment Breakfast Conference Breakfast


Sponsorship Opportunities Your company banners ( two banners) will be strategically displayed

UASDTC 2010 PLATINUM SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSOR

Investment : $9,995

Investment : $6,995

We will work very closely with you to mould the 2 day conference giving you a platform to introduce, launch, or further broadcast your expertise

We will work very closely with you to mould the 2 day conference giving you a platform to introduce, launch, or further broadcast your expertise

You will be allocated a premium demonstration table, where you may set up an exhibit for the entire length of the conference. This space will enable you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates

You will be allocated a premium Demonstration table, where youmay set up an exhibit for the entire length of the conference. This space will enable you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates

You will receive four (4) complimentary passes to the conference You will co host all of the following on the first day of the conference: Conference Lunch The Official Cocktail Reception Two (2) personnel from your organization may attend the Cocktail party (extra to your ticketed delegates and speakers). This allows for strong corporate presence at your event to ensure adequate saturation and networking Your corporate logo will be on all of the following: Conference Pads, and Conference Handbags(subject to availability) Your corporate logo will be highlighted in the prime position on the conference e marketing material which is used in our extensive marketing campaign directed approximately to 40– 50,000 named senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market

You will receive three (3) complimentary passes to the conference One (1) personnel from your organization may attend the Cocktail party (extra to your ticketed delegates and speakers). This allows for strong corporate presence at your event to ensure adequate saturation and networking Your corporate logo will be highlighted in the prime position on the conference e marketing material which is used in our extensive marketing campaign directed approximately to 40– 50,000 named senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8–10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives

Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8–10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives

Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website, and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. In the averagwe have more than 2,000 visitors a day

Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website, and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. In the average, we have more than 2,000 visitors a day

Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the conference documentation folder. Your logo, company profile and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company

Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the conference documentation folder. Your logo, company profile and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company You may also insert a company profile into the conference documentation, highlighting the products and services offered by your organization as well as contact details of your key people. (Maximum of three A4 pages – inserts to be provided by you) Your company banners (three banners) will be strategicallydisplayed in the main conference auditorium, giving you a constant profile for the two days (Banners to be provided by you.) You will receive a copy of the confidential delegate list with full contact details to assist your company in new business generation.

Your company banners (two banners) will be strategically displayed in the main conference auditorium, giving you a constant profile for the two days (Banners to be provided by you.) You may also insert a company profile into the conference documentation, highlighting the products and services offered by yourorganization as well as contact details of your key people. (Maximumof two (2) A4 pages – inserts to be provided by you).

Would you like more Information on becoming a UASDTC Conference Sponsor? Contact us at: 202.536.5000 or e-mail LClark@nfemail.com


Sponsorship Opportunities Centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates

UASDTC 2010 SILVER SPONSOR

EXHIBITOR SPONSOR

Investment : $5,995

Investment : $3,995

We will work very closely with you to mould the 2 day conference giving you a platform to introduce, launch, or further broadcast your expertise.

We will work very closely with you to mould the 2 day conference giving you a platform to introduce, launch, or further broadcast your expertise.

You will be allocated a premium demonstration table, where you may set up an exhibit for the entire length of the conference. This will enable you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates

You will be allocated an exhibit space in the vendors’ lounge where you may set up an exhibit for the entire length of the conference on a dressed table or similar. This space will act as a focal point for your efforts, enabling you to centralize your networking and demonstrate your products and services to the conference delegates. Two chairs and a dressed table will be provided

You will receive two (2) complimentary passes to the conference

You will receive one (1) complimentary pass to the conference One (1) personnel from your organization may attend the Cocktail party (extra to your ticketed delegates). This allows for a strong corporate presence at your event to ensure adequate saturation and networking Your corporate logo will be highlighted in the prime position onthe conference e marketing material which is used in our extensive marketing campaign directed approximately 40– 50,000 named senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8–10,000 parties in all relevantsectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website, and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. In the average, we have more than 2,000 visitors a day Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the conference documentation folder. Your logo, company profile and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company

You will receive one (1) complimentary exhibit personnel pass Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference e marketing material which is used in our extensive marketing campaign directed approximately 40 – 50,000 named senior executives who form a defined target audience within this market Your corporate logo will also be highlighted in the prime position on the conference facsimile brochure. Our dedicated sales teams will directly contact around 8–10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market sending the facsimile brochure to all senior executives Your corporate logo will be highlighted on the conference website and a hyperlink to your company site will be created. On the average, we have more than 2,000 visitors a day.Your sponsorship will be acknowledged in the conference documentation folder. Your logo, company profile, and website will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page restricted to your company.

You may also insert a company profile into the conference documentation, highlighting the products and services offered by your organization as well as contact details of your key people. (Maximum of one (1) A4 pages – inserts to be provided by you) Your company banner (one banner) will be strategicallydisplayed in the main conference auditorium, giving you a constant profile for the two days (Banners to be provided by you.)

Would you like more Information on becoming a UASDTC Conference Sponsor? Contact us at: 202.536.5000 or e-mail LClark@nfemail.com


Sponsorship Opportunities Introduce, Launch, or further broadcast your expertise UASDTC 2010 The Merchandise Sponsorship opportunities have been developed to allow you to maximize your exposure at the UASDTC. Opportunities are limited and offered on the first come, first-served basis.

As a merchandise sponsor, you will receive the following substantial benefits and recognition: Prior to event + Press release announcing your sponsorship. Prior to and after event + Logo on the event’s website. + Company acknowledgement in the conference + documentation and workbook (if applicable).

Official Conference Briefcases $4,500

On-Site, during the event

+ Logo and company name acknowledgement in UAS official publications.

+ Sponsorship acknowledgement on slides during plenary session.

+ Your corporate logo on the merchandise carried by conference delegates.

Gain maximum visibility through sponsorship of the Official Conference Briefcase. All registered attendees will recieve a professional briefcase that will be used to collect exhibition-floor and conference materials. Your company name and logo will be prominently displayed on the briefcase for all attendees to see. Your key customers will use these high-quality, multipurpose briefcase long after the event. Sponsorship of the Official Conference Briefcase also provides you with an opportunity to participate in the Briefcase Insertion Program, throuhg which we will distribute your company’s products literature to every attendee. Simply provide us with your corporate/product literature, and we will insert it into your sponsored briefcase for distribution. +logo placement on each bag. +one totebag insert of a letter flyer.

Corporate Pens $2,500 Exclusive

Place your company’s name and logo directly into the hands of all attendees. The Executive Portfolios distributed at the conference have a slot reserved for a company-sponsored writing instrument. This exclusive opportunity is available to only one organization, so don’t miss your chance to make your mark!

Executive Porfolios $7,500

The Executive Portfolio Sponsorship is an excellent way to put your company name in front of all conference attendees. These attractive black leatherette portfolios house writing tablets, corporate-sponsored pens, and important information. Your sponsorship also provides you with an opportunity to distribute your company or product literature to every attendee. Simply provides us with your promotional or corporate information page, and we will insert it into your portfolios for distribution.

Name Badge Lanyards $7,500 Exclusive

To make a positive impression early on, sponsor the Name Badge Lanyards, which will be given to all attendees with their conference badge at the registration desk. Your company logo will be featured prominently on this item, which attendees will wear each day of the conference.

Conference Proceedings On CD Rom $7,500 Exclusive

With this premier sponsorship, your company will have year-round exposure with your logo prominently featured on the CD-ROM proceedings. Additionally, your logo will appear on the table-of-contents page contained within the CD-ROM. Attendees will refer to the proceedings time and again following the conference.

Name Badge Insert $5,000

All attendees at this event will recognize your company name with the NAme Badge Insert. This insert stands up above the badge, reminding every attendee of your new products offering. The Name Badge Insert are a sure-fire way to grab the attention of participants looking for the best new products and services.

Conference Briefcase Insertion $2,850

Five organizations will have the opportunity to participate in the Briefcase Insertion Program. This exciting target-marketing opportunity allows exhibitors to distrubute promotional literature to the conference participants.

UASDTC Souvenir Mug $2,000

Become part of attendee’s daily routine by sponsoring a 2010 Conference take-home souvenir coffee mug. We plan to produce 400 mugs, one per Conference participants. Minimum sponsorship required for your logo to be placed on each mug is $2,000. Exclusive sponsorship (only your organization’s logo will appear on the mugs) is available for $9,000 and inclides two meeting registrations and a 1/4 page ad in the Conference program. Only five logos will fit on each mug, so be sure to sign up for this opportunity soon!


Sponsorship Opportunities Introduce, Launch, or further broadcast your expertise UASDTC 2010 Compare and find the Sponsorship package that is right for you Whether you are Launching New Product or Building Brand Awareness, there's a sponsorship that fits your needs. Learn how the different versions compare. SPONSORSHIP

EXHIBITOR $3,995

SILVER SPONSOR $5,995

GOLD SPONSOR $6,995

PLATINUM SPONSOR $9,995

IRIDIUM SPONSOR $14,995

PRESIDENTIAL SPONSOR $19,995

10 Minutes or/and Moderator

20 Minutes or/and Moderator

Chair the conference on the day of your choice. Opportunity to present either client case study or a presentation in the main conference program. Exhibit Space Demonstration table and Chair

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Complimentary passes to the conference.

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Insertion of a company profile into the conference documentation. (A4 pages).

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Company banners strategically displayed in the main conference auditorium for the two days. (Banners to be provided by you.)with

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Cohost the cocktail reception Complimentary pass(es) to the cocktail reception Corporate Logo in all of the conference pens (subject to availability) Corporate Logo in all of the conference handbags (subject to availability) Corporate Logo in all of the conference pad folio or bag (subject to availability) Corporate logo on the conference e- 40– marketing material use in the extensive marketing campaign to approximately 50,000 named senior executives. Corporate logo on the conference facsimile brochure. Send directly to around 8–10,000 parties in all relevant sectors of the market to all senior executives. Corporate logo on the conference web site, and a hyperlink to the company site. In the average, we have more than 2,000 visitors a day. Acknowledgement in the conference documentation folder. The logo, company profile and web site will appear on a separate sponsor acknowledgement page.

A copy of the confid ential delegate list full contact details. Opportunity to host any of the following Conference Refreshment Break Conference Breakfast Opportunity to co host all of the following:  Lunch The Official Cocktail Reception, on the 1st day.


HOSPITALITY SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES UASDTC 2010 The Merchandise Sponsorship opportunities have been developed to allow you to maximize your exposure at the UASDTC. Opportunities are limited and offered on the first come, first-served basis.

As a merchandise sponsor, you will receive the following substantial benefits and recognition: Prior to event + Press release announcing your sponsorship. Prior to and after event + Logo on the event’s website. + Company acknowledgement in the conference + documentation and workbook (if applicable).

Thu r sday 7.29.10

TIME

EVENT

On-Site, during the event

+ Logo and company name acknowledgement in UAS official publications.

+ Sponsorship acknowledgement on slides during plenary session.

+ Your corporate logo on the merchandise carried by conference delegates.

AMOUNT

8:00 AM to 9:00 AM

Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

10:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Morning Coffee Break

$1,850

Features the opportunity to promote networking among conference delegates, sponsor will be recognized at the Thursday Plenary session.

12:00 PM to 01:30 PM

Luncheon

$6,985

Features the opportunity for brief remarks at the luncheon event, Two reserved table seating for up to 16 guests, and recognition at the event.

Break-out Session

$1,985

Features the opportunity to promote networking among break-out session participants, sponsor will be recognized at the Thursday Plenary session.

3:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Afternoon Coffee Break

$1,985

Features the opportunity to promote networking among conference delegates, sponsor will be recognized at the Thursday Plenary session.

5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Cocktail Reception

$6,985

Features the opportunity for brief remarks to all attendees during the reception and recognition at the Thursday Morning Plenary Session.

Would you like more Information on becoming a UASDTC Conference Sponsor? Contact us at: 202.536.5000 or e-mail us at: LClark@nfemail.com

$6,950

OPPORTUNITY Features the opportunity for brief remarks during the breakfast and also for 10 minutes during the General Session or any of the Breakout Sessions.


HOSPITALITY SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES UASDTC 2010

TIME

AMOUNT

OPPORTUNITY

Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

$6,950

Features the opportunity for brief remarks during the breakfast and also for 10 minutes during the General Session or any of the Breakout Sessions.

10:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Morning Coffee Break

$1,985

Features the opportunity to promote networking among conference delegates, sponsor will be recognized at the Friday Plenary session.

12:00 PM to 01:30 PM

Luncheon

$6,985

Features the opportunity for brief remarks at the luncheon event, Two reserved table seating for up to 16 guests, and recognition at the event.

Break-out Session

$1,985

Features the opportunity to promote networking among break-out session participants, sponsor will be recognized at the Friday Plenary session.

Afternoon Coffee Break

$1,985

Features the opportunity to promote networking among conference delegates, sponsor will be recognized at the Friday Plenary session.

Friday 7.30.10

8:00 AM to 9:00 AM

EVENT

3:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Would you like more Information on becoming a UAS Conference Sponsor? Contact us at: 202.536.5000 or e-mail us at: LClark@nfemail.com

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Defense and Tactics Conference & Expo July 29-30, 2010 Washington, D.C


Unmanned Aircraft Systems Defense and Tactics Conference & Expo July 29-30, 2010 Washington, D.C

Sales Agreement

Fax thisform to register now! FAX1.202.280.1239

29-30 July 2010 Washington, DC

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Exhibit Packages

Presidential Iridium Platinum Gold Silver

$19,995 $14,995 $9,995 $6,995

Exhibitor

$3,995 $6,950 $1,985 $6,950 $1,985 $6,950 $6,950 $1,985 $6,985 $1,985 $1,985 $4,500 $7,500 $2,500 $7,500 $5,000 $7,500 $2,850 $2,000

$5,995

Breakfast Morning Coffee Break Luncheon Afternoon Coffee Break Cocktail Reception Breakfast Morning Coffee Break Luncheon Break-Out Session Afternoon Coffee Break Official conference Briefcases Executive Portfolios Corporate Pens Name Badge Lanyards Name Badge Inserts Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM Conference Briefcase Insertation UAS Souvenir Mug

Hospitality Sponsorship Thursday July 29, 2008 Friday July 30, 2008

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TOTAL Payment Options Please find a check payable to New-Fields Exhibitions (checks must be drawn on a US bank in US dollars.) Please Charge my:

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Confirmation Details: If you do not receive a letter confirming the conference details two weeks prior to the event, please contact the conference Coordinator at New-fields Please Note: This document when signed by an Exhibitor constitutes a binding legal agreement. The Exhibitor agrees that upon receiving this application and sales contract by New -Fields, with or without appropriate payment, this application and sales contract shall become legally binding contract, enforceable against the exhibitor in accordance with its terms. By the above signature, the individual signing this document represent and warrants that he/she is duly authorized to execute this binding contract on behalf of the exhibitor. The exhibitor agrees to be bound by the information and terms on both pages 1 and 2 herein. Fax copy is accepted and has the same power as an original copy.

For immediate assistance,please FAX this form NOW to 202.280.1239

Promotional Code NFR20EB20

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