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We are delighted to announce the first annual Future Armored Vehicles Survivability USA conference
, taking place in Arlington, VA on the 26th and 27th September 2022.
Unlike any other event, the FAV Survivability USA conference
is a meeting for the US armored vehicle community designed around a series of focused discussions on the strategies and technologies being adopted to enhance crew and platform survivability. As seen in recent operations, threats to the vehicle are increasing in both scope and size. With the continued proliferation of advanced anti-tank weaponry around the world, and as armed forces pivot to addressing near-peer adversaries, armored vehicle survivability is now more important than it ever has been.
As the only armored vehicle conference
in North America dedicated to the area of survivability, this 2022 event will gather program managers, capability directors, commanders from the military, senior engineers, chief scientists, and platform managers from leading solution providers to discuss what the US Military and Industry partners are doing to best protect their armored vehicles and personnel.
This conference is a focused study on how to enhance survivability and addresses all layers of the survivability spectrum. Key capabilities that will be covered are signature management, situational awareness, armored and blast protection, C-IED, vehicle obscuration systems, active protection systems and an overall picture of integrated survivability.
Benefits of Attending
- Hear the latest survivability updates from the current and future armored vehicles that will drive US maneuver options for years to come
- This will include platform specific briefs discussing the: Abrams, Bradley, NGCV, AMPV, OMFV, Stryker, JLTV, ACV, ARV and more
- Learn from briefings on armored vehicles defensive capabilities from leading US Program Managers bringing together those at the heart of systems operation, training, development and integration
- Benefit from this platform to advance armored vehicles active defense capabilities and network with those at the heart of protective technology design, development, and integration
- Discuss key requirements for the countering of threats during contemporary and future operations such as IEDs, UAS, EW, ballistic threats, antitank guided missiles and many more
- Brigadier General Thomas Feltey, Commandant Armor School, US Armor School
- Brigadier Jeremy King, Director General Platforms – Army, Land Capability Division, Australian Army
- Colonel Damien Sandeau, SCORPION Programme Officer, French Ministry of the Armed Forces
- Colonel Etienne Gauthier, Director - Armour Vehicle Program Management , Canadian Armed Forces
- Colonel Jason Kidder, Army Capability Manager ABCT and Reconnaissance, MCDID, US Army
- Colonel Robert Carter III, JPM CBRN Sensors, JPEO-CBRND, U.S. Army
- Colonel Timothy F. Hough, Program Manager Advanced Amphibious Assault (PM AAA), US Marine Corps
- Lieutenant Colonel Alfredo T. Romero II, Program Manager Family of Special Operations Vehicles, PEO SOF Warrior, SOF Acquisition Technology & Logistics, US Special Operations Command
- Lieutenant Colonel Matthew W. Hohl, Mobility/Counter-Mobility Branch Head, Capabilities Development Directorate, US Marine Corps
- Major General Darren Werner, Commanding General, US Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command
- Major Marc Jason, Threat Integrator for Ground Combat Systems, HQ US Department of the Army
- Mr Jason Middleton, Associate Director of Survivability, US Army DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center
- Mr John W. Miller III, Director Maneuver Requirements, US Army Maneuver Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate
- Mr Keith White, Business Development Mananger, AreoGlow LLC
- Mr Patrick J. O'Neill, Director, US Army DEVCOM Analysis Center
- Mr Patrick Thompson, Technical Director, Survivability Evaluation Directorate, Army Evaluation Center
Please fill in your name and email to receive the Conference Agenda of this event.
950 North Stafford Street,
Arlington, Virginia, USA