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We are proud to host the sixth annual Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems
, taking place in London on 30th and 31st May 2022.
After many years of NATO allied nations engaging in combat against largely dismounted insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan, the recent doctrinal pivot towards fighting mechanized, nation-state competitors requires both technical and strategic cooperation. By design, light infantry forces sacrifice certain capabilities in order to maximize flexibility and mobility. It is therefore vital that programme managers, technical directors and industry work together to maximise lethality, standoff, and capability from modernised tank battalions to the light infantry brigade. Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems
2022 returns to provide a vital platform where international military leaders, along with industry decision makers can discuss and cooperate on efforts and build cohesion in the market.
Whether you want to hear from leading armoured vehicle programme managers, officers involved in innovative beyond line of sight fire systems, experts of delivering network enabled capability within armoured vehicles, or updates on the latest turret, weapon systems and munitions being developed, Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems 2022
is the ideal conference to attend in order to return to your team with a set of strategies and solutions to advance your future capability.
Benefits of Attending
- Keynote briefings from senior managers of leading armoured vehicle programmes from across the NATO-aligned world
- A unique emphasis on developing versatile lethality capabilities by exploiting open electronic architectures and a modular approach to weapon system integration
- Focused and high-level discussion featuring technical managers and project engineers from both military and industry
- Generating knowledge and expertise following recent procurement processes within international militaries
- Brigadier General William M. Boruff, Joint Program Executive Officer, JPEO Armaments & Ammunition & Commanding General, Picatinny Arsenal, US Army
- Brigadier Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army
- Captain Thomas Quant, Regimental Intelligence Officer and Project Streetfighter Lead, Royal Tank Regiment, British Army
- Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and Protection, Swedish Defence Research Agency - FOI
- Dr Periklis Charchalakis, Technical Director, Vetronics Research Centre
- Lieutenant Colonel Arnel David, Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff (DACOS) G5 Plans, Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, NATO
- Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce, Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit (ATDU), British Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Johnny Hanlon, SO1 Lethality and Cannon Team Leader, DE&S, UK MoD
- Lieutenant Colonel Karlheinz Boenke, Authorized Army Representative for MRAV BOXER, German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, Bundeswehr
- Major General Ruprecht von Butler, Commander 10th Armoured Division, Bundeswehr
- Mr Alessandro Tognetti, Product Business Development, Leonardo
- Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd
- Mr Gökhan Özyurt, Manager, Weapon Systems Design, FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S.
- Mr Pierre Magnan, Director of Engineering, CTA International
- Mr Sebastian Strecker, Branch Chief, Branch 520 - Optics/Optoelectronics, Battlefield Reconnaissance, Technical Center for Weapons and Ammunition (WTD 91), Bundeswehr
- Mr Serkan Balbay, Vetronics & Weapon Systems Director, FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S.
- Shri Pravin Kumar Mehta, Distinguished Scientist & Director General, Armament & Combat Engineering Systems (ACE), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Ministry of Defence
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VenueHilton London Kensington
179-199 Holland Park Ave, Kensington, W11 4UL