Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2018 Conference

We are thrilled to present the next annual conference in the sell-out portfolio of Armoured Vehicle events: Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2018, taking place on 11th-12th April, Central London, UK.

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Firmly established as the leading conference for armoured vehicle experts focused on C2, C4i, sensors and optronics, the 2018 show invites not only the programme managers, capability directors and operational commanders from the armed forces, but will also provide a perfect platform for both operational users and industry to share their experiences in the enhancement of situational awareness, information gathering and information sharing.

The only conference of its kind exclusively dedicated to armoured vehicle situational awareness, will hone in on key topics surrounding vetronics architectures, sensor integration, CIS and battle management, plus much more!

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Benefits of Attending

  • Provide a platform for the advancement of armoured vehicles situational awareness, bringing together those at the heart of systems operation, training, development and integration
  • Hear the very latest technological developments from research and industry that are enhancing combat effectiveness and connectivity, including: vectronic architectures, communications, battle management, acoustic sensors, optronics, displays, active protection and defensive aid suites
  • Hear from and meet leading OEMs and system integrators
  • Gain an update on strategic partner’s respective armoured vehicle programmes and the work of leading industry OEMs
  • Deliberate key requirements for the countering of threats during contemporary/future operations
  • Explore land force interoperability and collaboration at the industry level

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Speakers

  • Alex Koers, Director, Microflown AVISA
  • Brigadier (Ret'd) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, Defence Equipment, and Support, British Army
  • Colonel (ret'd) Mike Smith, TARDEC Science & Technology Advocate at the Maneuver Center of Excellence , US Army
  • Dr. George McConnell, Technical Director, Land and Air Systems, Thales UK
  • Lieutenant Colonel Andy Simpson, SO1 Land Systems , DSTL
  • Lieutenant Colonel Gunter Chladek, Section Chief, Land, JEWCS, NATO
  • Major Sebastien Paradis, Project Director Land Command Support System Life Extension/ Capability Pack TOPAZ, Canadian Armed Forces
  • Major Warren Brennan, SO2 Communications and Vehicle Systems at Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army
  • Major Wouter Samson, Doctrine C4I, Manoeuvre Center of Knowledge, Manoeuvre Center of Excellence , Royal Netherlands Army
  • Mr. Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Hägglunds
  • Mr. David Hebden, Head of Business Development, Vitavox
  • Mr. Hans-Josef Maas, Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Vetronics Project Leader, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment and Information Technology
  • Mr. John Crozier, Vetronics System Engineer, Platform Systems Division, DSTL
  • Mr. John Moore, CEO, Vitavox
  • Mr. Michael Haines, Project Manager Land Systems, Qinetiq
  • Mr. Pasi Niemela, Chief Engineer C4ISTAR, Patria
  • Mr. Pierre Vaurs, METRAVIB Product Engineer , METRAVIB/Acoem Group
  • Mr. Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director of Capabilities Development, Next generation Combat vehicle, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, US Army
  • Mr. Ulrich Faxel, Technical Director, Deputy Programme Manager PUMA, German MoD
  • Mr. Volkan Akalin, Programme Manager, Aselsan Electronics Industries Incorporated
  • Mr. Wayne Cranwell, Business Development - Video Processing, RFEL Ltd
  • Mrs. Shirley Brennen, Senior Consultant, QinetiQ
  • Professor Merfyn Lloyd, Visiting Professor, Vetronics Research Centre

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Jan 22, 2018