Armoured Vehicles Eastern Europe 2016 Conference

Supported by the Romanian Ministry of National Defence Armaments Directorate

Last year Romania's government signed an agreement to boost defense spending to 2% of GDP by 2017, and maintain that level for the next decade. This is largely in response to the threat posed by Russia, who's actions have served as a wake-up call to nations in the region; first invading Georgia in 2008 and later Ukraine in 2014.

Throughout the region there is a renewed focus on armament modernisation programmes, as well as a new emphasis on regional and multinational training exercises and collective defense. Because of this the European armoured vehicles market is now estimated to lead the world, in terms of demand, over the next 10 years and, as such, the region will account for approximately a third of the global requirement.

In light of these factors, we invite you to join us at Armoured Vehicles Eastern Europe 2016 being held in Bucharest, Romania. The conference provides a formal intellectual environment to discuss with peers and colleagues the subject of armoured vehicle deployment, procurement, cooperation, and sustainment in Eastern Europe.

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Topics for the 2016 Event

  • Armour requirements and procurement processes
  • Enhancing Survivability and Protection
  • Improving Vehicle Mobility and Firepower
  • case studies of armoured vehicles in battlefield operations

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Early-confirmed speakers:

  • Lieutenant General (Ret.) Donald Campbell, Former CG, USAREUR (2012-2014), Conference Chairman
  • Lieutenant General Frederick Hodges, Commanding General, United States Army Europe
  • Invited: Major General CAfltAfllin-Adrian Moraru, Chief of Armaments Department, Romanian Ministry of Defence
  • Major General FLOAREA SERBAN, General Manager, National Company ROMARM
  • Colonel Zaza Kvaraia, J-3 department, General Staff, Georgian Armed Forces
  • M. Sc. Miha Matek, Head of Armament Project Management Division, Slovenian MoD
  • Colonel Vassil ROUSSINOV, BGR-A, Director, NATO CMDR Centre of Excellence
  • Colonel Hans-Joerg Voll, Branch Chief, Armoured Corps, ACCDC, German Army
  • Colonel Paul Villare, Head of Intelligence G2, U.S. Army
  • Lieutenant Colonel Andrei Camerzan, Deputy chief J4 Logistics Directorate, Moldovan Land Forces
  • Lieutenant Colonel Jak Walker, Commander, Armoured Trials and Development, British Army HQ
  • Michael N. Smith, TARDEC Science & Technology Advocate, U.S. Maneuver Center of Excellence

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Jun 15, 2016