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Following the success of 2015's inaugural meeting, Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability returns this November, once again seeking to bring together those at the forefront of survivability development for the armoured vehicle and its occupants

With a key  focus on the technologies and concepts of operation for enhanced survivability , this unique conference focuses on the collaboration between military and industry and invites not only the programme managers and operational commanders at the forefront of armoured vehicle procurement and use, but also ensures the participation of lead engineers, chief scientists and technical directors from the vehicle manufacturers themselves, who create the platforms and technologies at the heart of armoured vehicle protection
 

 

Key Topics will include:

• Feedback from operations, trials and development
• Countering ballistic and blast threats to the vehicle, ranging from IED’s to anti-tank guided missiles
• Ensuring effective mobility and profile is maintained whilst optimizing blast protection
• Research and development trends: New technologies and materials are coming to the attention of industry engineers
• National programme updates from programme managers
 

Military


• Operational commanders
• Armoured capability development
• Combat vehicle programme managers
• Heads of survivability
• Heads of protected mobility

Industry and Research


Manufacturers and developers of the vehicle’s…


• Passive and reactive armour
• Situational awareness systems
• Signature management and active camouflage
• Defensive aids and soft kill
• Active protection and hard-kill
 

 

 

 

Conference programme

8:15 Registration & Coffee

8:45 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin , Former Director of Force Development, British Army

9:00 Land Doctrine and Plans to Meet Adapting European Security Requirements

Brigadier General Markus  Laubenthal

Brigadier General Markus Laubenthal, Chief of Staff, US Army Europe

 

• The role of US Army Europe in support of regional European security
• An overview of requirements for land force planning: Considering lessons learnt from areas such as Ukraine
• A focus on plans for mechanised capability development
• Ensuring Readiness: Feedback from exercises and training support in the Eastern European area of operations


 

9:30 Survivability and Force Protection as part of US Army Combat Vehicle Modernization

Colonel William Nuckols

Colonel William Nuckols, Director, Mounted Requirements, Capabilities Development and Integration, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, US Army

 

• The US Army’s combat vehicle modernization strategy
• The role of the Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence in Armoured, Stryker, and Infantry Brigade combat team capability development
• The nascent vehicle protection suite initiative

10:00 Medium Weight Future Combat Vehicle Survivability

Brigadier General (ret) Didi  Ben Yoash

Brigadier General (ret) Didi Ben Yoash, Head, Future Combat Vehicle Development Team, Israeli MoD


• Background – Traditional survivability approaches 
• Active protection systems – The revolution 
• Medium weight vehicles – Survivability challenges
• Future survivability – Vision

10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area

11:00 United States Marine Corps Development of Future Protected Mobility

Lieutenant Colonel Mark Brown

Lieutenant Colonel Mark Brown, Requirements Manager, Fires and Maneuver Integration Division, Combat Development & Integration, United States Marine Corps

 

• An overview of the marine corps current capabilities and feedback from operations
• Bridging the gap: Planned and ongoing upgrades to the AAV for the enhancement of survivability to the platform
• Requirements for the  Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV)
 o Signature
 o Active protection
 o Passive protection
• Countering dilemmas such as weight vs mobility and weight vs amphibious capability

11:30 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor

12:00 Panel Discussion: How Experience from Previous Operations and the Emergence of New Threats Will Shape Armoured Vehicle Doctrine and Capability Development


• Lessons learnt from counter-insurgency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan: How has this shaped survivability development?
• Has there been too great a focus on preparation for irregular warfare and COIN?
• Countering modern and adapting challenges to land forces and the vehicle, considering the complex requirements of areas such as hybrid warfare
• Interactive question and answer session
 

Brigadier General Derek A.  Macaulay

Brigadier General Derek A. Macaulay, Chief of Staff, Army Strategy , Canadian Army

Brigadier General (ret) Didi  Ben Yoash

Brigadier General (ret) Didi Ben Yoash, Head, Future Combat Vehicle Development Team, Israeli MoD

Brigadier General Markus  Laubenthal

Brigadier General Markus Laubenthal, Chief of Staff, US Army Europe

Colonel William Nuckols

Colonel William Nuckols, Director, Mounted Requirements, Capabilities Development and Integration, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, US Army

Lieutenant Colonel Mark Brown

Lieutenant Colonel Mark Brown, Requirements Manager, Fires and Maneuver Integration Division, Combat Development & Integration, United States Marine Corps

12:30 Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area

13:30 Adaptability to Enable Technology Insertion

Professor Bryn James

Professor Bryn James, Senior Fellow, Platform Systems Division, DSTL

 

• What technologies are being developed to enhance future armour systems?
• A discussion of the benefit vs. burden of adaptable armour systems
• Factors affecting the economics of technology insertion for armour

14:00 Session Reserved for SKYDEX

Mr Taylor Hayley

Mr Taylor Hayley, Business Development, SKYDEX Technologies Inc.

14:30 Panel Discussion: Industry Developments and Optimal Approaches to Co-ordination with the End User

 


• An update from solution providers: What are the respective key areas of activity and priorities within the survivability domain?
• Optimising and streamlining co-operation with the end user: From the definition of requirements to effective practices for trials and development
• Interactive question and answer session

Dr Bryan  Vaughan

Dr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed Martin UK, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Mr Dan Lindell

Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Hägglunds

15:00 Afternoon Tea and Networking in Exhibition Area

15:30 Increasing Armoured Vehicle Survivability through Enhanced Situational Awareness: Effectively Harnessing Augmented Reality

Mr Dan Lindell

Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Hägglunds


• An overview of the rationale behind BAE Hagglunds Battle View 360 system: How can augmented reality enhance situational awareness?
• Survivability advantages delivered:
 o Blue force tracking
 o Red force tracking
 o Target acquisition
• Challenges to consider such as system integration and human factors
• Potential plans for integration within CV90 and feedback from trials and development

16:00 Session Reserved for ABBS

Mr Roger Sloman

Mr Roger Sloman, Director, Advanced Blast and Ballistic Systems

16:30 Session to be Confirmed

17:00 Chairmans Closing Remarks: End of Day 1

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin , Former Director of Force Development, British Army

8:15 Registration & Coffee

8:45 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin , Former Director of Force Development, British Army

9:00 Canadian Progress in its Upgrade of the LAV to 6.0 Standard: How Crew Protection and System Effectiveness has been Enhanced

Brigadier General Derek A.  Macaulay

Brigadier General Derek A. Macaulay, Chief of Staff, Army Strategy , Canadian Army

 

• The requirements driving development of the LAV 6.0 and the progress in implementing ongoing upgrades
• Armour and passive protection upgrades: Double-V hull, energy-attenuating seats and modular add on armour
• Threat detection and defeat: How upgrades to optics and sensors have dramatically enhanced target detection and engagement
• Future upgrade plans and timelines

9:30 An Update on Survivability Development within the Army Combat and Fire Support Centre

Major Claus Johansen

Major Claus Johansen, Head of the Armoured Vehicles Study and Development Branch, Army Combat and Fire Support Centre, Danish Army


• An update on Danish Army vehicle development and procurement
• Survivability focus within the Danish Army Combat and Fire Support Centre
• Feedback from recent capability development, trials and evaluation
• Future plans to ensure effectiveness of current and new platforms

10:00 Norwegian Army Future Mechanised Capability Development: Plans and Priorities

Colonel Dag Soberg

Colonel Dag Soberg, Director Armaments Branch, Army Staff, Norwegian Army


• An overview of the Norwegian Army’s mechanised force structure
• Recent and planned developments including:
 o Ongoing and planned developments on the Main Battle Tank (Leo 2) including family vehicles
 o Planned procurement of new artillery
 o Planned procurement of combat air defence system
 o Ongoing developments on the Infantry Fighting Vehicle (CV9030) including family vehicles
 o Integrated Combat Solution (ICS) as a mean to better situational awareness, decision making and joint fire

10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area

11:00 Optimising Stealth and Protection for the Vehicle: Perspectives of the Bundeswehr Technical Center for Protective and Special Technologies

Mr Guenter Fuchs

Mr Guenter Fuchs, Head of Signature Management, Bundeswehr Centre for Special and Protective Technologies, German Army


• The role of the Bundeswehr Technical Center for Protective and Special Technologies
• Understanding the threat: An overview of modern sensor and detection capabilities that land forces must plan for
• Managing signature and minimising the chances of detection:
 o Thermal
 o Profile
 o EW
 o Acoustic
• Increasing situational awareness for the vehicle and its crew
 

11:30 Session Reserved for Soucy Defense

12:00 Lightening the Load – Reducing Platform Protection Weights without Sacrificing Survivability

Colonel (ret) Mike Smith

Colonel (ret) Mike Smith , TARDEC Science & Technology Advocate at the Maneuver Center of Excellence , US Army


• Balancing passive and active armour solutions
• Reducing component and platform weights through design and manufacturing
• Holistic Assessments – Incorporating doctrine, tactics and training to optimize material solutions
 

12:30 Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area

13:30 Feedback from the Research of Advanced Armour Solutions for Protected Vehicles

Mr Perry Wells

Mr Perry Wells, Senior Project Manager, National Research Council of Canada


• An update on Canadian Army requirements for mounted survivability
• The role of the National Research Council in exploring approaches to armouring and passive protection
• Materials and configurations at the forefront of research and development
 

14:00 Integration of Mine Blast Seating in Turret Systems and Associated Environmental Testing for the Land Environment

Dr Bryan  Vaughan

Dr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed Martin UK, Lockheed Martin Corporation

 
• Overview of survivability strategy within the AJAX and Warrior
• Focus on force protection within the turret area: What are the key threats and challenges?
• Integration of ballistic and blast resilient seating
• Practices and test methodology

14:30 Panel Discussion: Survivability Development from Defence Research


• Mapping trends in R&D: What are the core areas of focus in the force protection domain?
• Integrating developing technology into the R&D domain: How can capability such as modelling and synthetics be further leveraged?
• Practices for increased collaboration with the end user and OEM solution providers
• Interactive question and answer session

Professor Bryn James

Professor Bryn James, Senior Fellow, Platform Systems Division, DSTL

Mr Perry Wells

Mr Perry Wells, Senior Project Manager, National Research Council of Canada

Dr Arild Skjold

Dr Arild Skjold, Senior Scientist, Land Systems Division, FFI

Mr Piet-Jan Leerdam

Mr Piet-Jan Leerdam, Scientific Research Manager, Force Protection, TNO

15:00 Afternoon Tea and Networking in Exhibition Area

15:30 Ensuring Active Protection System Safety: Joint Feedback from Collateral Damage Testing

Dr Arild Skjold

Dr Arild Skjold, Senior Scientist, Land Systems Division, FFI


• The collateral damage question surrounding active protection systems: What are the key challenges?
• Multi-nation testing and evaluation in accordance with STANAG 4686: Performance levels of active protection systems
• Feedback from test and evaluation: What are the lessons learnt and means of mitigating risk
 

16:00 From Passive to Active solutions in Vehicle Protection & Survivability

Mr Piet-Jan Leerdam

Mr Piet-Jan Leerdam, Scientific Research Manager, Force Protection, TNO


• The use and recent status of test campaigns for STANAG 4569 and STANAG 4686 vehicle qualification
• New initiatives for innovative vehicular bottom protection, e.g.  active solutions and light-weight passive solutions
• Interior optimization, including future seat designs etc
• TNO’s understanding of the international market needs to cope with all threats to military vehicles
• Understanding of the current international market place and emerging trends

16:30 Session to be Confirmed

17:00 Chairmans Closing Remarks: End of Day 2

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin

Brigadier (ret) Simon Deakin , Former Director of Force Development, British Army

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AmSafe Bridport

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AmSafe Bridport (ASB), leaders in the design & manufacture of cargo restraint products, whether external HUSLE (Helicopter Under-Slung Load Equipment) with Nets, Strops, Slings, SULB (Single Use Lift Bag) and other HUSLE items, or internal restraint Nets and Straps. QuickDrop- a remotely operated load delivery system, this HUSLE Strop (Longline) allows cargo loads to be electrically released from within the aircraft cabin, enabling operators to release cargo with no ground crew, providing safer, quicker, reduced risk cargo delivery. For helicopter internal restraint, ASB provide a range of Nets, including Pallet Nets (down to ¼ 463L size) and Throw-over Nets, as well as Tie-down Straps, including the certified EASA ETSO C172 2,000lb and 5,000lb Strap. ASB also supply Thermal and Fire Covers for the protection of cargo, and internal cargo restraint for fixed wing aircraft, again via the likes of; Pallet Nets, Throw-over Nets and Tie-down Straps. The Thermal and Fire Covers are also used in fixed wing aircraft to protect cargo.


CeramTec

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https://www.ceramtec.com

CeramTec-ETEC – Your Partner in Ceramics for Light-Weight Composite Armour Systems CeramTec-ETEC is specialized in manufacturing and supplying high-quality transparent and non-transparent armour ceramics, based on its alumina spinel, alumina and silicon carbide materials PERLUCOR®, ALOTEC® and SICADUR®, for all vehicle lightweight composite armour protection applications. Besides its ballistic application field, achieving weight and thickness reductions of 40 to 60 % compared to existing glass/polymer laminate transparent armour systems, PERLUCOR® can be used as well for protection of windscreens and highly valuable optic/optronic equipment against environmental damages such as stone hits and sand scratches. Considering its life saving as well as life cycle prolonging advantages, PERLUCOR® can offer an excellent cost/performance ratio. The intense cooperation between CeramTec-ETEC and worldwide leading system integrators enables a consistent product quality improvement and introduction of new materials into the market.


SKYDEX

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http://www.skydex.com/

SKYDEX is a global leader in advanced impact mitigation and cushioning solutions and is dedicated to Protecting Things That Matter®. With superior precision, durability and tunability, our proprietary technology is engineered to excel in the harshest and most demanding conditions. Our customized applications unlock value for customers across a range of commercial and military applications. We are a team of innovators, engineers and problem solvers - and are dedicated to maximizing your performance. We seek out every possibility to push our technology to its limits to meet your specific impact and cushioning needs. SKYDEX is excited to introduce our expanded product line of vehicle decking. SKYDEX Convoy Deck absorbs energy forces transmitted to occupants through the vehicle floor during a blast event, reducing the probability of injury. Our products have been field tested in over 18,000 vehicles and have been the go-to solution for threat mitigation from underbody mine blasts.


Soucy Defence

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http://www.soucy-group.com/industry-sectors/defense

SOUCY DEFENSE is a world leader in rubber band track (RBT) technology, which enhances mobility, protection & sustainment for Armoured Fighting Vehicles. RBT are up to 50% lighter than steel tracks and allow the addition of more armour and protection, RBT improve acceleration, top speed and breaking distance and will generate up to 70% less vibration, thus increasing the life of ammunition and electronics and improving troop's readiness. RBT added-values are noise reduction, which in turn improves communication effectiveness and allows the vehicle to be stealthier at the lowest tactical level. The reduction in rolling resistance provides a fuel saving of up to 30%, RBT are designed and developed to be virtually maintenance free and to create considerable Operational and Life Cycle Cost savings.

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