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SMi's 5th Annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability Conference, Exhibition and Focus Day returns to London between the 12th and 14th of November 2019.

As the only event of its kind, Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability will provide a refined perspective on leading nations survivability systems for armoured vehicles.

Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability in one of SMi’s largest events and will bring together international programme managers from a variety of different nations, as well senior technical experts, from leading industrial organisations. The event will cover a wide range of emerging and mature survivability technologies, that nations are pursuing in order to meet the increasingly threatening weapons present on todays battlefields. Alongside our Active Protection Focus Day, particular focus will be given to situational awareness, signature management, concealment, armour and counter-IED systems.

  • Listen to keynote briefs from senior officers within the UK and international militaries that will be discussing the technologies that are being adopted to bring new dimensions to vehicle survivability
  • A close look at the US Army’s developments with integrating survivability systems into combat vehicles and considerations for the Next Generation Combat Vehicle
  • weapon system integration
  • Focused and high-level discussion featuring technical managers and project engineers from both military and industry
  • Gain knowledge and expertise on recent procurement processes within international militaries
  • Network to gather insight from peers and colleagues at the forefront of vehicle survivability
     

Advanced Blast and Ballistic Systems; Algerian Embassy UK; AmSafe Bridport; Arconic; ARTEC GmbH; Aselsan; Aselsan mgeo; Aselsaná; BAE Systems; BAE Systems Hägglunds; BAE Systems Hägglunds AB; BAE Systems Inc; Brazilian Armed Forces; Brazilian Army; British Army; Bundeswehr Technical Centre for Protective and Special Technologies ; Combat Lab; Curtiss-Wright Corporation; Czech Military Research Institute; De Rete Ltd; DE&S; Defence and Security Organisation, Department for International Trade; Defence Equipment & Support, UK MOD; Defence Photography; Defence Research and Development Canada; Defence Research and Development Canada Valcartier (DRDC Valcartier); Defence Safety Authority ; Defense Update; Department for International Trade; DSO National Laboratories; DSTA; DSTL; Egyptian Defence Office; Embassy Of Italy; Embassy Of The Republic Of Albania; Embassy Of The Republic Of Indonesia; FFI; FMV; FNSS Defence Systems Inc; GDLS-C; General Dynamics Land Systems UK Ltd; German Army; HENSOLDT Sensors GmbH; High Commission of India; IAI, ELTA; IHS Janes; IMI Systems; IMP Castle Associates Limited; Italian Embassy; KCD Resources Ltd; KONGSBERG Protech Systems; Krauss Maffei Wegmann; Leonardo; Lockheed Martin UK; MBDA UK Ltd.; Microflown Avisa; MILVA; Ministry of Defence Singapore; MoD Czech Republic; National Research Council; Nexter; Norwegian Army Staff; Nova Scotia Government; Pakistan High Commission; Palhousie University ; Parker Hannifin Ltd.; Patria Aerostructures; Pearson Engineering; PEO Ground Combat Systems; Plasan Sasa Composite Materials; Platform Survivability Group ; Pleora Technologies; Qinetiq; Rada Electronic Industries Ltd; Rafael Advanced Defence Systems; Raytheon Missile Systems Company; Raytheon Systems Limited; Raytheon UK; Revision Military; Rheinmetall; Rheinmetall Active Protection GMBH; Roke Manor Research Ltd; Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence; Ruag Defence; Saab; Saab Grintek Defence; Saab Grintek Defense; Safran; Shephard Media; Skydex Technologies Inc; SKYDEX Technologies Inc.; Sonden Ltd; Soucy; SOUCY DEFENSE; Soucy Group; Southwest Research Institute; Sumitomo Corporation Europe Limited; Swedish Armed Forces/Land warfare Centre; Swedish Defence Research Agency; TenCate Advanced Armour UK Ltd; Thales UK; TNO; UK MoD; Ultra Electronics ; Undersecretariat for Defence Industries, Turkey; United States Army; United States Marine Corps; US Army; UTC Aerospace Systems; Vetronics Research Centre;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr Tom Newbery

Mr Tom Newbery, Active Protection Research Technical Authority, DSTL, UK MoD

9:00 The UK Strategy for Active Protection Adoption and Delivery

Colonel Nick Cowey

Colonel Nick Cowey, Assistant Head of Ground Manoeuvre for Combat Capabilities , British Army

  • The roadmap of active protection in the future UK ground manoeuvre
  • Medusa and Icarus - Informing capability analysis
  • Preparing platforms for future capability adaptation
  • Adopting and evolving systems by generating an industry community of interest
  • 9:40 Research and Development of Active Protection Systems for British Armoured Vehicles

    Mr Tom Newbery

    Mr Tom Newbery, Active Protection Research Technical Authority, DSTL, UK MoD

  • Modular Integrated Systems: Hybridising capability and applying open architecture
  • Informing Future Capability developments through enhanced R&D
  • Future research and development priorities for modular architecture
     
  • 10:20 Speaking Session Reserved for Sponsor

    11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:30 Defining Future Survivability by Leveraging Modular Architecture

    Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Ramos

    Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Ramos, Product Manager Vehicle Protection Systems, PEO, Ground Combat Systems

  • The PEO's Roadmap to active protection systems
  • Implementing the MAPS architecture for future combat vehicles
  • Reducing crew cognitive load with automated and centralised systems
  • The role of APS in generating networked situational awareness
  • 12:10 Session Reserved For Collins Aerospace

    12:50 Israeli Adoption and Fielding of Active Protection Systems

    Lieutenant Colonel (Name Withheld for Security Reasons)

    Lieutenant Colonel (Name Withheld for Security Reasons), , Israeli Defence Forces

  • The roadmap for future armoured vehicle APS in the IDF
  • Operational concepts for fielding APS
  • Adapting systems for different platforms
  • Lessons learned from operational analysis of APS
  • 13:30 Networking Lunch

    14:30 Modern Active Protection Systems of Main Battle Tanks

    Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin

    Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin, Chief Of Armoured Office, Romanian MoD

    Main battle tank survivability priorities for the Romanian Armed Forces
    Maximising the Romanian armed forces strike capabilities through survivable platforms
    Examining future systems integration into the Romanian Armed Forces
     

    15:10 Testing and Performance of the Explosively Formed Axe

  • Explosively Formed Axe (EFA) hard-kill system
  • Testing and analysing system performance
  • Optimising systems through enhanced data collection methodologies
  • Dr Stanislav Rolc

    Dr Stanislav Rolc, Chief of Division, Material Engineering and Active Protection Lead, Czech Military Research Institute

    Dr Jan Krestan

    Dr Jan Krestan, Materials Engineering Division , Czech Military Research Institute

    15:50 Afternoon Tea

    16:20 Low-latency distributed processing architectures for Active Protection Systems

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis, Technical Manager, Vetronics Research Centre

  • Maximising system efficacy by minimising system latency
  • Managing large, on demand power requisitions for APS
  • Improving distributed system efficiency for high performance computing
  • 17:00 Driving Interoperability and Safety with STANAG 4686

    Dr Arild Skjold

    Dr Arild Skjold, Senior Scientist, Land Systems, FFI, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment

  • The collateral damage question surrounding active protection systems: Can these be mitigated?
  • Multi-nation testing and evaluation in accordance with STANAG 4686
  • Generating interoperability with international standards of complex systems
  • 17:40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Mr Tom Newbery

    Mr Tom Newbery, Active Protection Research Technical Authority, DSTL, UK MoD

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton , Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD

    9:00 Enhancing Future British Army Vehicle Survivability

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge, SO1 Land Systems , DSTL, UK MoD

  • Signal management in the context of modern target acquisition technologies
  • Future concepts to deliver manoeuvre capabilities in increasingly hostile environments
  • 9:30 Land 400/907 and Survivability Concepts for the Australian Armed Forces

    Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan

    Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan, SO1 Armour, Directorate Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Australian Army

  • LAND 400 Phase 2 active protection systems considerations and integrated survivability features of the Boxer reconnaissance platform
  • The role of the IFV in the Australian Defence Force strategy for Armour operations
  • Mounted Close Combat IFV capabilities and concept considerations
  • Retaining qualitative edge of M1 over AFV adversary threats through subsystem enhancements
     
  • 10:00 Speaking Session Reserved for Leonardo

    Mr Guy Davies

    Mr Guy Davies, Capability Manager - Vehicle Systems, Leonardo

    11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:30 AJAX Survivability-Delivering Maximum Protection

    Mr Steve Bowen

    Mr Steve Bowen, Lead Survivability Engineer, General Dynamics Land Systems UK Ltd

  • Discussing the AJAX survivability concepts
  • Analysing survivability systems for troop transports
  • Adopting modular armour to provide mission specific capabilities
  • Developing a platform with growth space for future system adoption
  • 12:00 Experiences of the Swedish CV 90 from a user’s perspective

    Captain Magnus Swadding

    Captain Magnus Swadding, 2iC Technical Manager CV90, Swedish Land Warfare Centre, Swedish Armed Forces

  • CV 90 brief history
  • Swedish CV 90 versions
  • Swedish experiences of using the CV 90 since 1994
  • What´s new on the Swedish CV 90
  • 12:30 Modular and Enhanced Protection for Armoured Vehicles

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng, Principal Engineer, ST Engineering Land Systems

  • Passive protection requirements
  • Add-on armour and weight considerations
  • Adapting to emerging threats and technology
  • Evaluating APS for implementation
  • 13:00 TEMPEST, EMC and All Things ‘Data at Rest’

    Mr Antony Summerfield

    Mr Antony Summerfield, CEO of TriCIS, TriCIS Ltd

  • Capability to ensure the users can access their information via information assured devices and solutions.
  • Partnership with DELL/Intel and how collaboration for innovation has led to the ability to get capability out to the user community.
     
  • 13:30 Networking Lunch

    14:30 Integrating Early Warning Systems into Mobile Platforms

    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick

    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick, Deputy PEO Operations and Modernisation, JPEO CBRND, US Army

  • Maintaining detection capabilities on the move
  • Transitioning toward sensor suites for armoured vehicles
  • Enhancing datalinks and networking sensors for superior armoured vehicle situational awareness
  • 15:30 Precise Timing as a Survivability Factor

    Professor Bryn James

    Professor Bryn James, Head of Armoured Protection, DSTL, UK MoD

    • Precise Time is a very precious commodity on the battlefield
    • Critical applications include: Active Protection, Electronic Countermeasures, Secure Communications, Navigation, and many more
    • How do we supply time in a GPS denied environment?
    • What are the implications of losing time?
    • What does the future hold for greater resilience in time on the battlefield
     

    16:00 Survivability through Battlefield Mobility – Latest developments

    Mr Matthew Aujla

    Mr Matthew Aujla, Senior Sales Manager, Pearson Engineering Limited

  • Crossing the gap - Quickly
  • Breaching the Mine Field – Safely
  • Clearing the Route – Comprehensively
  • 16:30 Afternoon Tea

    17:00 Survivability Assessment Methodology – Research Challenges

    Mr Martin Hagström

    Mr Martin Hagström, Deputy Research Director CIEDS, FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency

  • Measures of survivability
  • Contextual dependent measures
  • Capability dependent measures
  • Measures dependent on technologies
  • 17:30 Military Panel - Armour in Future Battlefields: Adapting to Changing Conflict Demands

  • What is driving future AV Survivability-technology or changing requirements?
  • Balancing mobility with increasing weight
  • The latest coming from R&D and how this will disrupt AV capability in the future
  • Examples of new technology adding value to existing platforms
  • Working with industry when setting future requirements
  • Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan

    Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan, SO1 Armour, Directorate Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Australian Army

    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick

    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick, Deputy PEO Operations and Modernisation, JPEO CBRND, US Army

    Mr Martin Hagström

    Mr Martin Hagström, Deputy Research Director CIEDS, FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton , Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD

    Professor Bryn James

    Professor Bryn James, Head of Armoured Protection, DSTL, UK MoD

    18:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton , Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton , Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD

    9:00 Future British Army Robotics and Autonomous Systems for Armored Vehicles

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig, SO1 Coherence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army

  • An overview of the current British Army RAS Projects
  • The British Army RAS Roadmap
  • Future Experimentation 
  • 9:30 Perception, Comprehension and Prediction…What Will Your Adversary do Next?

    Mr John  Crozier

    Mr John Crozier , Technical Partner, DSTL, UK MoD

  • Perception, Comprehension and Prediction – closing the loop on dynamic SA
  • Exploiting generic architectures and the Land Data Model
  • Modular SA and electronic control – man and machine agent teaming, the building blocks for future combat platforms
  • Predictive Analysis
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    10:00 Session Reserved For Collins Aerospace

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Survivability Concepts of the Czech Mechanised Modernisation Programmes

    Lieutenant Colonel Jan Kerdik

    Lieutenant Colonel Jan Kerdik, Deputy Commander 7th Armoured Brigade, Czech MoD

  • Czech acquisition plans for a fielding a modernised armoured brigade
  • Conceptualising the future battlespace of Czech armoured units
  • Discussing the survivability concepts of Czech capability requirements
  • Interoperability as a mechanism for enhanced manoeuvre capability
  • 11:30 Session Reserved For Sponsor

    12:00 Platform Survivability Enhancements for the Turkish Armed Forces

    Lieutenant Colonel (Ret'd) Kerim Serkan  Simais

    Lieutenant Colonel (Ret'd) Kerim Serkan Simais, Specialist-Land Platforms , SSB, Turkish MoD

  • An overview of the survivability focuses for the Turkish armed forces
  • Main battle tank systems: priorities and enhancements
  • Active protection systems testing and characterisation
     
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 Evolving to Meet Operational Requirements by Integrating Survivability and Mobility Technologies

  • Modular exchangeable protection
  • Mine protection and anti-tank protection systems
  • APS integration potential
  • Mr Jens Schroeter

    Mr Jens Schroeter, Director Product Strategy, General Dynamics European Land Systems

    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Mr Michal Bieniek, Head of Heavy Platforms & Protection Systems , General Dynamics European Land Systems

    14:00 Industry Panel - Enhancing Platform Survivability to Meet Accelerating Battlefield Threats

  • Advances in Armour and Heavy Materials
  • Balancing Survivability and Manoeuvrability 
  • What materials and technology are driving future designs 
  • Working closer with Military customers on defining future requirements  
  • Mr Steve Bowen

    Mr Steve Bowen, Lead Survivability Engineer, General Dynamics Land Systems UK Ltd

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng, Principal Engineer, ST Engineering Land Systems

    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Mr Michal Bieniek, Head of Heavy Platforms & Protection Systems , General Dynamics European Land Systems

    14:30 Afternoon Tea

    15:00 Material Selection for Underbelly Applique Armour

  • Test methods
  • Baseline armour data
  • Performance of layered systems
  • Mr Matthew Gant

    Mr Matthew Gant, Senior Scientist, Physical Sciences Group, DSTL, UK MOD

    15:30 Maximising Survivability through a digital battlespace

    Mr Richard  Hooper

    Mr Richard Hooper, Principal Vetronics Engineer, Platform Systems Division, DSTL, UK MoD

  • System Integration – key to platform survival?
  • Consideration across the survivability onion – where should we focus design effort?
  • Understanding the benefits of Situational Awareness (SA) and how research is driving a step change in UK SA capabilities
     
  • 16:00 Training and Simulation for Advanced Vehicle Protection Systems

    Lieutenant Colonel ( Ret'd) Jonny  Ormerod

    Lieutenant Colonel ( Ret'd) Jonny Ormerod, Former SO1 Simulation and Training Branch Field Army and Lead Consultant, BZTG Ltd

  • Discussing the increasing complexity of armoured vehicle systems
  • Utilising virtual reality and simulation to enhance mounted survivability
  • Training and simulation in authentic battlefield scenarios
  • The future of training and simulation for armoured vehicle survivability
  • 16:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Three

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton , Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Colonel Nick Cowey

    Colonel Nick Cowey

    Assistant Head of Ground Manoeuvre for Combat Capabilities , British Army
    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Technical Manager, Vetronics Research Centre
    Dr Stanislav Rolc

    Dr Stanislav Rolc

    Chief of Division, Material Engineering and Active Protection Lead, Czech Military Research Institute
    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    SO1 Land Systems , DSTL, UK MoD
    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Principal Engineer, ST Engineering Land Systems
    Mr Martin Hagström

    Mr Martin Hagström

    Deputy Research Director CIEDS, FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency
    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Head of Heavy Platforms & Protection Systems , General Dynamics European Land Systems
    Mr Tom Newbery

    Mr Tom Newbery

    Active Protection Research Technical Authority, DSTL, UK MoD

    Captain Magnus Swadding

    2iC Technical Manager CV90, Swedish Land Warfare Centre, Swedish Armed Forces
    Captain Magnus Swadding

    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick

    Deputy PEO Operations and Modernisation, JPEO CBRND, US Army
    Colonel (Ret'd) Daniel McCormick

    Colonel Nick Cowey

    Assistant Head of Ground Manoeuvre for Combat Capabilities , British Army
    Colonel Nick Cowey

    Dr Arild Skjold

    Senior Scientist, Land Systems, FFI, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment
    Dr Arild Skjold

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Technical Manager, Vetronics Research Centre
    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Dr Stanislav Rolc

    Chief of Division, Material Engineering and Active Protection Lead, Czech Military Research Institute
    Dr Stanislav Rolc

    Lieutenant Colonel ( Ret'd) Jonny Ormerod

    Former SO1 Simulation and Training Branch Field Army and Lead Consultant, BZTG Ltd
    Lieutenant Colonel ( Ret'd) Jonny  Ormerod

    Lieutenant Colonel (Name Withheld for Security Reasons)

    , Israeli Defence Forces
    Lieutenant Colonel (Name Withheld for Security Reasons)

    Lieutenant Colonel (Ret'd) Kerim Serkan Simais

    Specialist-Land Platforms , SSB, Turkish MoD
    Lieutenant Colonel (Ret'd) Kerim Serkan  Simais

    Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Ramos

    Product Manager Vehicle Protection Systems, PEO, Ground Combat Systems
    Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Ramos

    Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan

    SO1 Armour, Directorate Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Australian Army
    Lieutenant Colonel David Cowan

    Lieutenant Colonel Jan Kerdik

    Deputy Commander 7th Armoured Brigade, Czech MoD
    Lieutenant Colonel Jan Kerdik

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

    SO1 Coherence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    SO1 Land Systems , DSTL, UK MoD
    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin

    Chief Of Armoured Office, Romanian MoD
    Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin

    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Former Director General Defence Safety Authority and Former Commanding General Joint Helicopter Command , UK MoD
    Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Richard Felton

    Mr Antony Summerfield

    CEO of TriCIS, TriCIS Ltd
    Mr Antony Summerfield

    Mr Guy Davies

    Capability Manager - Vehicle Systems, Leonardo
    Mr Guy Davies

    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Principal Engineer, ST Engineering Land Systems
    Mr Ho Hin Cheng

    Mr Jens Schroeter

    Director Product Strategy, General Dynamics European Land Systems
    Mr Jens Schroeter

    Mr John Crozier

    Technical Partner, DSTL, UK MoD
    Mr John  Crozier

    Mr Martin Hagström

    Deputy Research Director CIEDS, FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency
    Mr Martin Hagström

    Mr Matthew Aujla

    Senior Sales Manager, Pearson Engineering Limited
    Mr Matthew Aujla

    Mr Matthew Gant

    Senior Scientist, Physical Sciences Group, DSTL, UK MOD
    Mr Matthew Gant

    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Head of Heavy Platforms & Protection Systems , General Dynamics European Land Systems
    Mr Michal Bieniek

    Mr Richard Hooper

    Principal Vetronics Engineer, Platform Systems Division, DSTL, UK MoD
    Mr Richard  Hooper

    Mr Roger Sloman

    Managing Director, Advanced Blast and Ballistic Systems
    Mr Roger Sloman

    Mr Steve Bowen

    Lead Survivability Engineer, General Dynamics Land Systems UK Ltd
    Mr Steve Bowen

    Mr Tom Newbery

    Active Protection Research Technical Authority, DSTL, UK MoD
    Mr Tom Newbery

    Mr William Norton

    APS Tech Authority, US Army TARDEC
    Mr William Norton

    Professor Bryn James

    Head of Armoured Protection, DSTL, UK MoD
    Professor Bryn James

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Supporting Media Partners

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    SHEPHARD WRITE UP FROM 2018 FAVS CONFERENCE - UK'S ICARUS ROADMAP CHARTS PATH TO PROTECTION

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    JANE'S WRITE UP FROM 2018 FAVS CONFERENCE- Romania pursues replacement MBT

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    ARMADA WRITE-UP FROM 2018 FAVS CONFERENCE - UK MOD IDENTIFIES APS REQUIREMENTS

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    JANE'S WRITE UP FROM 2017 FAVS CONFERENCE- USMC ENVISIONS C-RAM, LITTORAL APS

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    JANES WRITE UP FROM 2017 FAVS CONFERENCE - US ARMY OUTLINES APS ROADMAP

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    Sponsors and Exhibitors


    ABBS

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.advanced-blast.com

    The ABBS Active Mine Protection System (AMPS™) package is a suite of three systems designed to fully protect the occupants of an armoured vehicle from all the secondary effects of an under-belly mine.

    • Floor Shock. An active system very rapidly removes the vehicle floor from under the seated occupant’s feet, and from under any loose objects on the floor. The floor re-sets to its original position automatically and does not require any maintenance afterwards apart from replacing the energetic cartridges in the actuators.

    • Belly Plate Deformation. A simple passive system using composite reinforcement of a steel belly plate has been developed to minimise the deformation that occurs directly over the mine location. As well as protecting the occupant’s legs by eliminating contact between the belly plate and the floor, this also enables a reduction in the depth of the space that is normally left open between the belly plate and the vehicle floor. Reducing this space claim has significant benefits in terms of vehicle overall height and weight. A 12kg test to AEP55 at 300mm standoff resulted in only 80mm deformation very locally in the belly plate with no deformation at the edges of the belly plate.

    • Global Acceleration. The ABBS VGAM™ (Vehicle Global Acceleration Mitigation) system has been fully proven by testing in the UK during 2017 and in August 2018 by a large-scale test in the USA. The system can completely eliminate Global Acceleration due to the mine blast. The immensely powerful patented, easily fitted, lightweight, Linear Rocket Motor (LRM™) countermeasures initiate in less than 3ms after the mine blast and can deliver nearly all their impulse in another 20 – 30ms to counteract the mine blast lifting forces and keep the vehicle on the ground. The system is being evaluated and developed to TRL6 under a CRADA with TARDEC.

    • New Development – Active Belly Plate System – A new active system designed to counteract the initial high peak of the mine blast force/time curve is being developed. It is anticipated that the system will enable a substantial reduction in belly plate weight which can translate into full 6kg underbelly protection for light commercial vehicles such as a Toyota Land Cruiser at a reasonable weight and cost without the need to use the Linear Rocket Motors to control Global Acceleration.

    • Call Roger Sloman on (+44) 7989381057 or e-mail roger.sloman@advanced-blast.com



    Collins Aerospace

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.collinsaerospace.com

    Collins Aerospace, a unit of United Technologies Corporation (NYSE: UTX), is a leader in technologically advanced and intelligent solutions for the global aerospace and defense industry. Created in 2018 by bringing together UTC Aerospace Systems and Rockwell Collins, Collins Aerospace has the capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solve customers’ toughest challenges and to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving global market. We employ more than 70,000 people in nearly 300 locations worldwide.


    General Dynamics European Land Systems

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.gdels.com

    General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS) is a business unit of General Dynamics Corporation and conducts its business through European operating sites located in Austria (GDELS-Steyr), Germany (GDELS-Deutschland, GDELS-Bridge Systems and GDELS-FWW), Spain (GDELS-Santa Bárbara Sistemas) and Switzerland (GDELS-Mowag), having offices in Czech Republic (GDELS-Czech), Denmark (GDELS-Denmark) and Romania (GDELS-Romania). With more than 2,000 highly skilled technical employees, GDELS companies design, test, deliver and maintain wheeled (PIRANHA, PANDUR, EAGLE, DURO) and tracked (ASCOD) vehicles, bridge systems (COBRA, IRB, M3, MAMBA, PYTHON, VIPER) and other combat systems such as armaments (SIAC) and munitions to global customers.


    KME

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://kme.co.uk

    Kent Modular Electronics (KME) design and manufacture industrial grade LCD-TFT monitors for the worldwide marine, military, industrial, rail and large format markets.

    • Bespoke Displays
    • COTS and MOTS Displays
    • Water Resistant Capabilities
    • DESTAN Complaint
    • Zero Client Technology
    • GVA and Non GVA complaint
    • High Brightness and Deep Dimming
    • Fully Ruggedized
    • Night Vision Complaint
    • Sunlight Readable
    • EMC Compliant
    • MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461
    • Inclusive of man portal displays for an array of functions

    KME offers customized display options for your specific project requirements. Dedicating our expert design team to your brief and manufactured to a highest standard we offer bespoke options for a range of military applications.



    NP Aerospace

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.npaerospace.com

    NP Aerospace is a global armour technology manufacturer and vehicle integrator with an extensive portfolio developed using ultra-lightweight, high performance materials. Our products protect the lives of servicemen and women, enhancing security and resilience in high threat environments. The portfolio includes Ballistic Helmets and Shields, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Suits, Body Armour Plates and Composite Armour for vehicles, vessels or aircraft. NP Aerospace has integrated and supported over 2,000 military vehicles and supplied one million combat helmets to UK, Canada, Italy and NATO allies and 200,000 body armour plates to British and Canadian Armed Forces. To find out more visit www.npaerospace.com


    Pearson Engineering

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.pearson-eng.com/

    Pearson Engineering are trusted experts in designing and manufacturing high quality products and integrated solutions, to enhance mobility and protection of those in harm’s way. Many products are provided as interchangeable vehicle attachments enabling Commanders to optimise vehicle capability based on the mission. Pearson Engineering are experts in breaching, detection, defeat and clearance of mines and explosives as well as combat bridge launching, non-lethal counter-mobility products and specialist counter-terror systems. Products include Mine Ploughs, Combat Dozer Blades, Earth Anchor Blades, Excavator Arms, Mine Rollers, Surface Clearance Devices, Obstacle Marker Systems, IED Route Clearance Equipment and Vehicle Remote Control Systems.


    Rheinmetall

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    https://www.rheinmetall-defence.com/en/rheinmetall_defence/index.php

    For some 60 years, Rheinmetall AG has specialized in the development and production of components and systems for the protection of persons, vehicles, aircraft, ships and other assets. National and international customers expect one thing above all others: maximum protection and security.

    In June 2019, Rheinmetall acquired IBD Deisenroth Engineering GmbH in Lohmar, Germany, and its national and international subsidiaries. Together with Rheinmetall Chempro GmbH and Rheinmetall Ballistic Protection GmbH, it is now part of the new Rheinmetall Protection Systems (RPS) business unit headquartered in Bonn (former Rheinmetall Active Protection GmbH). This means that Rheinmetall's protection system capabilities are efficiently pooled under one roof.

    Rheinmetall thus has a unique overall protection portfolio and can offer 360-degree protection: products and services for light-, medium- and heavy-duty protection. This new market profile as a leading systems house for active and passive protection and soft-kill security solutions offers development and production from a single source. In addition, it is characterized by short decision paths and high cost efficiency.

    RPS is an independent protection provider with a worldwide customer base and subsidiaries in Germany, Australia, Canada, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Turkey, Algeria and UAE. This global presence allows close customer proximity, local added value and tight local cooperation.

    RPS's worldwide customers include national ministries and authorities as well as OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers/platform producers) of land vehicles, aircraft, and ships.

    Rheinmetall Protection Sytems – we protect lives.



    TriCIS

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://http://www.tricis.co.uk

    Dell EMC and TriCIS are working together with the Ministry of Defence, Defence Systems Integrators and Defence Contractors in simplifying the acquisition of secure, agile solutions tailored for the demands of defending national interests.

    Dell EMC’s Global Defence teams and TriCIS help to design, manufacture and customise products and services to meet precise and demanding military requirements. Delivering comprehensive COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) and MOTS (modified off-the-shelf) solutions to government specifications, solutions include:

    • Deployable servers/storage
    • Secure networking and next generation firewalls
    • Secure end-user devices
    • User identity management tools.
    • Rugged Mobility/Professional Workstation Solutions for deployable use

    Dell EMC can help Defence departments “Simplify and Save” in their modernisation programs and assist providing force elements at all levels of the battle space with secure, real-time access to essential information. We work with our Defence customers to understand their pain points and have proven solutions in Maritime Platforms, Cyber Warfare, Cloud Security, C4ISTAR Platforms, Data Optimization and Intelligence Assimilation in our Geospatial Platforms.

    Complexity is a real obstacle to completing military programmes and initiatives. Detailed knowledge and experience with a variety of military procurement systems means Dell EMC can quickly provide for military organisations around the world using Dell’s renowned Supply chain expertise and worldwide warranty, including our in-Theatre Support.

    In reducing complexity and costs, Dell EMC has developed a number of vertical solutions in the Defence Market. With cybersecurity now a major battleground for the UK, security is at the heart of all Dell EMC solutions, providing the protection necessary to combat threats together with a range of services to monitor and protect networks, 24/7.


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    Armada International

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://armadainternational.com

    ARMADA INTERNATIONAL is leading defence magazine which reports on and analyses defence systems, equipment and technology. Together with its Compendium supplements, ARMADA provides defence planners in the militaries, in government, in procurement and in the defence industry itself with the information they need to plan their strategies.


    Defence and Security Alert

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.dsalert.org

    Defence and Security Alert (DSA) is the first and only ISO 9001:2015 certified, world-class monthly Indian magazine in defence and security journalism. Covering a strictly research based spectrum of dynamic scenarios in India and challenging horizons beyond national borders, DSA is the only Indian defence magazine available on the intranets of Indian Air Force (IAF) and Border Security Force (BSF). DSA is an ideal platform in this domain to showcase your products, services and cutting-edge technologies. DSA is very extensively circulated among key policy and decision makers in the federal and 28 state governments and corporate world in India and worldwide through print and online editions.


    Defense Express

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.defense-ua.com

    Limited Liability Company “DEFENSE EXPRESS MEDIA AND CONSULTING” highlights events in security, defense and military cooperation areas. Regular information products of the company: - Daily News Wire and Analysis on http://www.defense-ua.com; - Weekly newsletter “Ukrainian Defense Survey”; - “DEFENSE EXPRESS” Magazine; - “Ukrainian Defense Review” Magazine (in English); - Book series “Weapons of Ukraine”. Company also provides advice and assistance based on deep analytical skills and knowledge of the conditions and characteristics of Ukrainian military market to companies, government bodies and intermediaries in the implementation of their strategy, relating to finding new partners and interests promoting.


    Defense Conferences

    Supporting Media Partners
    https://www.marketanalysis.com

    Market Research Media Ltd, a leading market research firm, provides comprehensive market research reports and forecasts to assist governmental and corporate decision makers understand the dynamics of world’s technology markets. Fortune 500 companies, US Congress and EU government bodies rely on our strategic insights. https://www.marketresearchmedia.com https://www.marketanalysis.com


    SEGURANÇA & DEFESA

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.segurancaedefesa.com/

    SEGURANÇA & DEFESA (“Security & Defense”), the recognized leader among South American defense magazines. In the market for 29 years, its staff includes the best experts in the field. Sold on newstands and by subscriptions, it is sent free of charge to key names and addresses in the defense sector.


    Homeland Security Research Corporation

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.homelandsecurityresearch.com

    HSRC provides premium off-the-shelf market reports on present and emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling global clients to gain time-critical insight into business opportunities. All reports include in-depth information and analysis of emerging markets, technologies, and industries broken down by geography, market, vertical, technology, product, and revenue stream. Our reports support Homeland Security & Public Safety communities worldwide in their strategic decision-making process, providing up-to-date market knowledge, analysis, and insights. HSRC offers customized research services geared towards providing our clients with clear, actionable recommendations designed to empower decision-making and to help exploit emerging opportunities in the market. The customized research services provide a deep analysis of specific markets and eco-systems, target geographies, strategic segments and verticals, competitor analysis and technological benchmarks. The custom research services are provided as an ad hoc assignment or as an ongoing service.


    Soldier Modernisation

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.soldiermod.com

    Soldier Modernisation (SoldierMod.Com) is an authoritative policy and technology publication for the international defense community, serving the integrated equipment needs of the dismounted soldier and marine in operations today and the fielding of Soldier Modernisation Programmes over the next few years. SoldierMod.Com is designed to provide insights into how decision makers plan to transform operations in the areas of survivability, sustainability, C4I, lethality and mobility; managing the balance between the promise of 'leap-ahead technology balance and mature cost effective solutions. SoldierMod is distributed in many formats which will include an 50 page journal 10,000 copies BPA Audited, twice annually , in January and June Our Website www.soldiermod.com , Has a 24 hour news service , anytime ( currently at over 20,000 individual visits per month ) . We also have an online technical forum where anyone in the industry can ask us strategic or technological questions , our partners and experts will respond directly back.


    Defense-update.com

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.defense-update.com

    Defense Update highlights worldwide defense programs, including; land warfare covering armor and infantry and support elements,aerospace, naval, C4ISR, EW, Cyber Warfare, intelligence and net-centric warfare, unmanned systems and robotics, and homeland defense. Written by experienced defense journalists from different nations, with contribution by analysts specializing in different fields, Defense Update provides comprehensive coverage of specific defense related topics, including Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFV), Future Combat Systems, Aerospace – and unmanned systems as well as robotics and Precision Strike weapons. It also covers in-depth analysis of developing trends in Command, Control, Communications and Computing, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR).


    Epicos

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.Epicos.com

    Epicos is a global, multifaceted portal providing Aerospace and Defense industries around the world with business intelligence and active support to access opportunities on international procurements, industrial cooperation and offsets. Epicos has carried out extensive industry analysis and mapping of capabilities of A&D Industries and offers this knowledge to its members helping them to identify business opportunities and to build strategic alliances. Additionally, Epicos supports the global A&D industry through a wide range of on-line services and products including but not limited to: a large online procurement database, an updated Business Directory, an e-library with extensive information regarding procurement and offsets processes systems and an up to the minute news database.


    Technologies.org

    Supporting Media Partners
    https://www.technologies.org

    Technologies.org is a collaborative research tool maintained and supported by team of market analysts to track, monitor and share vital information on the latest technology trends by following money trail of government grants and venture capital deals. Sharing market intelligence data helps all parties develop a more complete integrated picture of market and technology trends.


    Global Military Communications

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.globalmilitarycommunications.com

    Global Military Communications is a publication that tracks the trends, drivers and technology that fuel the military communications sector. Communications continue to be the lynchpin of modern warfare and is crucial to any military campaign. The sector is going through unprecedented change as militaries and governments across the world move towards a network centric approach to their communications. From operations in war zones to homeland security and disaster recovery operations, Global Military Communications provides you with the latest communications developments on land, sea, and in the air.


    ArmedForces.co.uk

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.armedforces.co.uk

    The DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY is an authoritative online information resource for all defence purchasers. This comprehensive listing of Defence Suppliers has enabled thousands of purchasing professionals to find exactly what they are looking for - in seconds. THE DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY provides a total overview of all the UK's Armed Forces - with a wealth of valuable information about the organisation and structure of the UK's Defence Services, as well as useful facts about developments in the UK Defence Industry Contact us: defenceenquiries@armedforces.co.uk Tel: 01743 241962 website: www.armedforces.co.uk


    Asian Military Review

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.asianmilitaryreview.com/

    Asian Military Review is ABC audited publication, read & discussed by key decision makers & advisors to Asia Pacific militaries. Published since 1993 it’s widely recognised as authoritative provider of unbiased & objective information to Asian military. Editorial content comprises capability analysis, special reports & relevant news coverage from the region. AMR provides information, opinion & facts allowing military professionals to track & understand defence developments worldwide, concerning equipment, training, organisation & doctrine issues. The magazine is a proven source keeping military professionals up to date on national & international defence & security issues.


    SecurityClearedJobs.com

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.SecurityClearedJobs.com

    SecurityClearedJobs.com is an on-line job board designed and marketed to attract candidates who work within Defence, Government and Nuclear sectors. We advertise 1000’s of job opportunities both on a Permanent and Contract basis covering opportunities within all industry sectors. Visit our site www.SecurityClearedJobs.com to search for your next job opportunity.


    Army Technology

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.army-technology.com

    Army-technology.com brings you up-to-date international news and features on the defence industry, covering military projects, trends, products, services and more in the army sector. With a team of journalists around the world, army-technology.com, along with sister sites naval-technology.com and airforce-technology.com, is the only business service that focuses on the technologies required by military personnel and companies working in this important field. When you combine this with one of the most comprehensive and detailed listings of military equipment suppliers, products and services, free white paper downloads and company press releases, you see why army-technology.com is the key point of reference for the defence industry.


    21st Century Asian Arms Race

    Supporting Media Partners
    https://21stcenturyasianarmsrace.com/

    21st Century Asian Arms Race (21AAR) is an online resource for conflict and security related information specific to Eurasia. 21AAR's editorial style and open source approach to gathering public intelligence ensures a unique and independent presentation of events in real-time.


    ARMSCOM.net

    Supporting Media Partners
    http://www.armscom.net

    ARMSCOM.net is a B2B /B2G platform for brokers of military goods. ARMSCOM.net is dedicated for Aerospace and Defense Industry with database containing more than 4000 companies and 3400 defense industrial sectors. Add Company and Products Profiles. For more information e-mail: armscom.net@gmail.com or visit http://www.armscom.net, tel.: + 372 816 946 77


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    With a legacy of over 100 years as Jane's, IHS Aerospace, Defence & Security delivers the world’s leading defence and security insight to help you make critical decisions. Our renowned open-source intelligence and powerful analytical tools encompass data on equipment, technology, parts, standards and logistics, as well as objective analysis of markets, programmes and budgets, risk and capabilities assessments, training and consulting services. Government, military and defense organizations gain insight into, plan for and act upon critical threats in the current global national-security environment. Businesses leverage tools and resources for more cost-effective defense-system design, delivery and support. Over 3000 thought leaders provide you with actionable intelligence for expedited and improved decision making. Customers, prospects and the media outlets alike rely upon IHS thought leaders for analysis, forecasts, and perspectives on topics, events, and issues that impact the global business landscape.

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    Copthorne Tara Hotel

    The Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is an elegant contemporary four-star hotel in prestigious Kensington, located just a two minutes walk from High Street Kensington underground station, making exploring easy. The hotel offers well-appointed and comfortable guest rooms combining Standard, Superior and Club accommodation. Club rooms offer iconic views over the city and include Club Lounge access for complimentary breakfast and refreshments. Guests can sample the authentic Singaporean, Malaysian and Chinese cuisine at Bugis Street, traditional pub fare at the Brasserie Restaurant & Bar or relax with a delicious drink at West8 Cocktail Lounge & Bar.

    The Copthorne Tara Hotel boasts 745 square meters of flexible meeting space, consisting of the Shannon Suite and the Liffey Suite, ideal for hosting conferences, weddings and social events. Facilities include access to the business centre 24 hours a day, fully equipped fitness room, gift shop, theatre desk and Bureau de Change. With ample onsite parking outside the London congestion charge zone and excellent transport links via Heathrow Airport, the hotel is the perfect location for business or leisure stays. The hotel is within close proximity to the shops of High Street Kensington, Knightsbridge and Westfield London, Olympia Conference Centre, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.

     

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    WHAT IS CPD?

    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

    ‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.

    CPD AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES

    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.

    TYPICAL CPD SCHEMES AND RECORDING OF CPD (CPD points and hours)

    Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.

    GLOBAL CPD

    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

    CPD Certificates

    We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@smi-online.co.uk

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