Anti-Armour Systems is an international conference and exhibition dedicated to the Anti-Armour Systems market. The conference attracts an international array of delegates from navies, coast guards, maritime police and civilian authorities who are all tasked with ensuring the defence of our underwater environment. The exhibition operates alongside the conference and acts as a customer centric platform to showcase the latest developments in technology and capabilities. Anti-Armour Systems is an ideal way to network with industry peers and is held each year at the Royal Navy Dockyard, Portsmouth, UK.
Why attend Anti-Armour Systems 2013
Anti-Armour Systems will gather stakeholders involved within the fields of weapon development, training and simulation and operations. Held for the first time in Bristol, Anti-Armour Systems will welcome worldwide delegations and include presentations on the most relevant and up to date topics. The conference will be an incredible platform for both military and industry involved in these areas.
Why should you attend Anti-Armour Systems 2013?
- Anti-Armour Systems 2013 is a fantastic community gathering for all those involved in all aspects of anti-armour systems.
- Hear from over 20 world class speakers all of whom are leading lights within their organisations
- With representation from over 30 countries you will be able to meet the largest possible cross section of attendees all of whom have their own unique experiences and priorities
- An impressive number of industry organisations displaying their unique market offerings, Anti-Armour Systems 2013 really will have the very latest technologies and solutions on offer
- With dedicated time for networking, Anti-Armour Systems 2013 provides the perfect format to only meet with other attendees and discuss the issues that matter to you.
Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre
2 Lower Castle Street,
Anti-Armour Systems 2013 Speakers
- Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director Force Development, Austrian MOD
- Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster (Ret’d), Former Director of Land Requirements, Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems, Department of National Defence Canada
- Lieutenant Colonel Carlo Pasqui, Chief of Light Weapons, Ammunitions, Equipment & “Future Soldier Project” Section, Weapons, NBC and Sensors Office, Logistic Department, Italian Army General Staff
- Major Bert Thurman, F-16 Operations, Belgian Air Component HQ
- Captain Gary Wright, SO3 Infantry, Export Support Team (B), UK Trade & Investment Defence & Security Organisation, British Army
- Confirmed Representative of Fire Support Group Division, Support Weapon School
- Dr. Andre Diederen, TNO
- Mattias Lång, Program Manager, Land Weapons, Land System Office, Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV)
- Dinesh H C Rempling, Technical Project Officer, R&T Directorate, European Defence Agency
- Dr. André Diederen, Senior Scientist, Explosions and Ballistic Protection, TNO Defense, Safety and Security
- Stuart Wheeler, Archive and Library, The Tank Museum
- Dr Zbynek Akstein, Head of Department, Research and Development, Explosia a.s
- Dr Josef Kratky, Managing Director, Bogges, spol. s.r.o
- Associate Professor Stanislav Rolc, Chief Scientist, Material Engineering, V V U, s.p., Brno
- Dr Jan Krestan, Head of Department, Special Materials, V V U, s.p., Brno
- Anders Haster, Director Product Management, Ground Combat Systems, Saab AB, Dynamics
- Adrian Monks, Head of Surface Attack, MBDA
- Hugh Ward, Training & Simulation, Saab AB
- Brad Barnard, Director, International Growth, Land Combat Product Line, Raytheon Missile Systems