Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference 2024

Optimising Uncrewed Systems & Autonomous Capabilities for Future Ground Warfare

April 8-10, 2024 - London, United Kingdom

Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems conference is  returning to London on the 8-10 April 2024.

The Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference builds and is ready to return bigger than ever in 2024. With the world less stable and the threat of conflict ever greater; the successful implementation and integration of risk reducing, yet tempo and mass generating robotics and autonomous systems is more crucial than ever.

With a dedicated focus day and 4 separate afternoon streams, covering all aspects of RAS, the MRAS conference is, as ever, the best place to gain essential knowledge and insight from MRAS programs from across the globe, and where the capabilities, challenges and opportunities of these programs lie. Unlike other events, we strive to deliver real insight and learning experiences through the expertly selected participants who run our discussions ensuring the latest developments from all parts of the community (industry and military) are covered, in detail.

With a new focus on the implementation, integration, and interoperability, alongside the key areas of situational awareness, lethality, manoeuvrability, survivability, and sustainability, the Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems 2024 conference is best place to return your defence force or company fully equipped with the most up to date information from militaries and industries across the globe.

Benefits of Attending

  • MRAS is the leading event dedicated to military land robotics developments and priorities.
  • Listen to keynote briefings from senior UK and NATO and allied land robotics programme managers.
  • Discover the latest topics for the advancement of land robotics capabilities, including implementation, integration, and interoperability, situational awareness, lethality, manoeuvrability, survivability, and sustainability.
  • Strong emphasis on Unmanned Combat Vehicles, Enhancing Autonomous Capabilities and Battlefield Manned/Unmanned Teaming
  • Meet and network with the key decision-makers from both military and industry to discuss modernisation and optimisation of the future military land robotics.

Who should attend

National Militaries & Government:
  • MRAS & RAS operations leaders
  • Equipment procurement officers
  • Technical experts
  • Government officials
Industry:
  • Businesses looking to break into the market
  • Established players looking to expand their contacts and knowledge
  • Innovators in MRAS.
Transnational/Continental/Euro-Atlantic Organisations:
  • Organisations who wish to balance allied defence capability
  • Organisations looking to establish and build on partnerships

Featured Speakers

  • Brigadier Mike Cornwell, Head Future Force Development, British Army
  • Colonel Tim Wright, Assistant Head, Research and Experimentation, Futures Directorate, Army Headquarters
  • Colonel Toby Till, Commander, Experimentation and Trails Group, British Army
  • Mr James Gavin, Head of the Future Capability Group, DE&S UK MoD
  • Mr Guy Powell, Principal Advisor - Land Autonomy, DSTL
  • Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist, US Army DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center
  • Lieutenant Colonel Sjoerd Mevissen, Commander of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Unit, Royal Netherlands Army
  • Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke, Commander RAS Innovation Program, Royal Netherlands Army
  • Brigadier (Retd) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Director, IMP Castle Associates Limited
  • Captain Aleksanteri Siren, Teacher of Artillery Tactics, Finnish National Defence University
  • Captain Christian Andersson, Research Officer, department of War Technology, Finnish National Defence University
  • Colonel Charles Seaberry, Director, DEVCOM FWD Element-Atlantic, US Army DEVCOM
  • Colonel David Robertson, Director Robotic & Autonomous Systems Implementation & Coordination Office RICO, Australian Army
  • Colonel Jan Mazal, Head of the Military Robotics Department, University of Defence, Czech Armed Forces
  • Colonel Jeff Jurand, Project Manager XM30 Combat Vehicle, US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Ground Combat Systems (GCS)
  • Dr Kim Mathiassen, Research Manager, FFI (Norwegian Defence Research Establishment)
  • Dr Sidharth Kauhsal, Research Fellow, Sea Power, RUSI
  • Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Dawe, Commanding Officer Infantry Trials and Development Unit, ITDU, British Army
  • Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Armstrong, SO1 Strike Network Project, Royal Marines
  • Lieutenant Colonel Johnny Hanlon, SO1 Soldier Systems, British Army
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mikkel Gorsetbakk, Chief Army Combat Laboratory, Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre
  • Lieutenant Colonel Simon Pope, SO1 C4ISR, Ministry of Defence
  • Major Charles Bradford, SO2 Future Force, British Army
  • Mr Alain Tremblay BGen (ret’d), Vice-President Business Development and Innovation, Rheinmetall Canada Inc.
  • Mr Amish Patel, Senior Engineer - Unmanned Solutions, Pearson Engineering
  • Mr Benjamin Fowle, BD Lead, Defence, Applied Intuition Inc.
  • Mr Elias Stipidis, Technical Coordinator, COMMANDS Project, European Defence Fund
  • Mr Gavin Kenneally, Co-Founder & CEO, Ghost Robotics
  • Mr Jon Boxshall, Senior Scientist, Sensing and Surviellance Group, Counter Terrorism and Security Division, Dstl
  • Mr Mario Martinho, Project Officer Land Systems Technologies, European Defence Agency
  • Mr Markus Otsus, Project Coordinator, Estonian Military Academy
  • Mr Martin Joesaar, Project Officer, European Commission
  • Mr Nati Atias, Business unit manager – Robotics, Plasan
  • Mr Nicholas Valentine, Lead Engineer - Human Machine Teaming, Future Capability Group, DE&S
  • Mr Raul Rikk, Science and Development Director, Milrem Robotics
  • Mr Steven Herrick, Product Manager, Robotic Combat Vehicle, Product Lead Future Battle Platforms FBP, US Army
  • Mr Tiago Lanca, Project Officer Innovation, European Defence Agency
  • Ms Agnes Wamagui, Knowledge Transfer Manager - Robotics and AI, Innovate UK KTN
  • Ms Anna Dowle, Management Consultant, British Army Headquarters
  • Ms Georgia Hinds, Legal Adviser, International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Ms Nataliia Kushnerska, Chief Operating Officer, Brave1
  • Ms Verena Jackson, Legal Advisor, Researcher & Lecturer, University of the Armed Forces of Germany
  • Zoe Stanley-Lockman, Innovation Unit, Innovation, Hybrid and Cyber Division, NATO

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Venue

Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square
Grosvenor Square,
London, United Kingdom

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Dates availables: 28th January – 1st Febuary 2024.
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