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Due to ongoing concerns over COVID-19, we have now made this conference a virtual event. All speakers, attendees and sponsors will be able to access the full conference and its materials, and will be able to log on remotely via the internet. Please contact a member of the SMi Team for more information customerservices@smi-online.co.uk

SMi Group are proud to host the fourth annual Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems, now taking place as a virtual online conference over the 3rd and 4th June 2020.

After many years of NATO allied nations engaging in combat against largely dismounted insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan, the recent doctrinal pivot towards fighting mechanized, nation-state competitors requires both technical and strategic cooperation. By design, light infantry forces sacrifice certain capabilities in order to maximize flexibility and mobility. It is therefore vital that programme managers, technical directors and industry work together to maximise lethality, standoff, and capability from modernised tank battalions to the light infantry brigade. Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems 2020 returns to provide a vital platform where international military leaders, along with industry decision makers can discuss and cooperate on efforts and build cohesion in the market. 

Whether you want to hear from leading armoured vehicle programme managers, officers involved in innovative beyond line of sight fire systems, experts of delivering network enabled capability within armoured vehicles, or updates on the latest weapon systems and munitions being developed, Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems 2020 is the ideal conference to attend virtually, in order to return to your team with a set of strategies and solutions to advance your future capability.

  • Keynote briefings from senior managers of leading armoured vehicle programmes from across the NATO-aligned world
  • A unique emphasis on developing versatile lethality capabilities by exploiting open electronic architectures and a modular approach to weapon system integration
  • Focused and high-level discussion featuring technical managers and project engineers from both military and industry
  • Generating knowledge and expertise following recent procurement processes within international militaries

AFV; Aselsan; BAE Systems; BAE Systems Hägglunds AB; British Army; CMI Defence; CTA International; Curtiss-Wright Antriebstechnik GmbH; DE&S; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl); DGA; DIT DSO Export Support Team ; Embassy of Ukraine; Freelance Journalist; High Commission of India; IMP Castle Associates Limited; InnaLabs; John Cockerill Defense; L3; Leonardo; Leonardo Defence Systems; LEONARDO, Land and Naval Defence; Lockheed Martin U K; Lockheed Martin Uk (L M U K); MBDA; MILMAG The Military Magazine; Nexter Group; Nexter Training ; NEXTER-SYSTEMS Head Office; Pearson Engineering; Pleora Technologies Inc; Presidency of Defence Industries; Presidency of the republic of Turkey, Presidency of Defence Industries; Rheinmetall; Sri Lanka Army, Ministry of Defence ; Swedish Defence Materiel Administration; Swedish Land Warfare Centre; Thinke Company Ltd; TNO; UAE GHQ; Ultra Electronics ; Undersecretariat for Defence Industry ; US Army; UVision Air Ltd; Vetronics Research Centre; Wittenstein Motion Control Gmb H;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley, Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army

9:10 Highlighting the Benefits of Upgraded Armoured Capabilities for Allied Cavalry Elements Operating in Europe

Brigadier Matthew  J. Van Wagenen

Brigadier Matthew J. Van Wagenen, DCOS Ops, HQ ARRC, US Army

  • Planning and implementing cavalry operations against a possible near peer adversary
  • The importance of up-gunned strike capabilities for fire superiority and overmatch
  • Ongoing priorities for NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps
     
  • 9:50 CTAI 40mm - Armoured Trials and Development Unit

  • Current status for integration in WR2 and AJAX
  • Update on live crew clearance
  • A basic capability update
     
  • Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page, Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army

    WO2 John McAllister

    WO2 John McAllister, Live Fire and Planning, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Enhancing UK Armoured Vehicle Lethality: A Science and Technology Perspective

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge, SO1 Land Systems , Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)

  • Exploiting broader S&T research to increase future weapon system advantage
  • Improving crew situational awareness to maintain lethality in contested urban environments
  • S&T Developments to meet the British Army’s future requirements
     
  • 11:40 Enhancing Fighting Capabilities: Optics/Optoelectronics for Combat Vehicles

    Mr Sebastian Strecker

    Mr Sebastian Strecker, Branch Chief, Branch 520 - Optics/Optoelectronics, Laser Technology, Battlefield Reconnaissance, Technical Center for Weapons and Ammunition (WTD 91), Bundeswehr

  • Impact of optical/optoelectronical performance on fighting capability
  • Test and evaluation of optical/optoelectronical systems for combat vehicles
  • Latest developments and trends for the DEU armed vehicles
     
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:20 Carmel FCV Program

    Lieutenant Colonel

    Lieutenant Colonel, , Israeli Defence Forces (name withheld for security reasons)

  • Utilizing AI, autonomous capabilities, and enhanced situational awareness
  • Pairing effectively with unmanned air and ground vehicles, as well as operating as part of a battlefield network to co-operate efficiently to engage targets
  • Program update and results in recent trials
     
  • 14:00 CV90 Developments and Upgrades

    Mr Edvard Kleberg

    Mr Edvard Kleberg, Sub System Manager, Weapons, BAE Systems Hägglunds AB

  • Current ammunition systems in use with the 40mm autocannon: how does operating in cold, wooded terrain affect the operation of systems?
  • Upgraded turret systems for faster target acquisition
  • Integrating remote/optionally manned turret systems in support of operations

     

  • 14:40 The Future of Battlefield Lethality

    Mr Mike Dalzell

    Mr Mike Dalzell, Future Concepts Lead , Lockheed Martin Uk (L M U K)

  • Mounted-Dismounted Teaming
  • Direct-Indirect fires Teaming
  • Manned-Unmanned Teaming
  • Is ‘lighter and faster’ a realistic aspiration?
  • A way forward
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    16:00 Host Nation Panel Debate: Efforts to Enhance Lethality Across British Armoured Components

  • Outlining initiatives to fight effectively in near peer as well as asymmetric warfare
  • Fighting smart in built up urban areas
  • Collaborating with industry for effective solutions to current problems
  • Feedback from multi-national exercises
  • Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley, Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army

    Lieutenant Colonel Martin French

    Lieutenant Colonel Martin French, SO1 Lethality and 40mm CTCA Programme Manager , British Army

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page, Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army

    WO2 John McAllister

    WO2 John McAllister, Live Fire and Planning, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army

    Captain Tom Quant

    Captain Tom Quant, Regimental Intelligence Officer and Project Streetfighter Lead, Royal Tank Regiment, British Army

    16:40 Training Simulation for IFV/MBT Weapons Systems

    Lietuentant Colonel (ret'd) Jonny Ormerod

    Lietuentant Colonel (ret'd) Jonny Ormerod, Former SO1, Simulation - Training Branch Field Army, British Army

  • Innovative virtual reality training
  • British Army’s Platform Crew Simulation Coherence (PCSC) project
  • After-Action Review Enhancement, providing data capture and analysis so that crews can better understand their own performance
  • 17:20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley, Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley, Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army

    9:10 Chairman's Keynote Address: Predicting Future Operational Requirements for Allied Armoured Elements

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley, Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army

  • Operating in an unconventional environment: protecting against cyber attacks and other potential threats
  • Deploying armoured assets in conjunction with unmanned capabilities
  • Future manoeuvre warfare
  • 9:40 The Ammunition is the Lethality - Developing State-of-the-Art Tank Ammunition for the U.S. Army

    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry

    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry, Product Manager, Large Caliber Ammunition, Product Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems, US Army

  • The latest technological advancement in tank ammo – The 120mm Advanced Multipurpose Round
  • Conducting continuous analysis of present and future capabilities and establishing requirements, and engineering assumptions for future programs
  • The Future - 130mm rounds?
  • 10:20 Morning Coffee

    10:50 RTR Developments for Urban Conflict - CR2 Streetfighter

    Captain Tom Quant

    Captain Tom Quant, Regimental Intelligence Officer and Project Streetfighter Lead, Royal Tank Regiment, British Army

  • Enhancing all round lethality for the CR 2 MBT
  • Utilising remote weapon systems in order to engage small to medium size targets
  • Selecting the right upgrades for fighting in built up, contested urban environments
     
  • 11:30 Update on The Enhancement of Beyond Line of Sight Weapon Systems

    Mr Wim de Ruijter

    Mr Wim de Ruijter, Senior Scientist, TNO

  • Indirect fire systems for enhanced safety, as well as range
  • Fielding and marrying the most effective battlefield management systems to ensure accuracy
  • Discussing the challenges associated with mounting indirect fire systems: ensuring all round survivability and armour requirements
     
  • 12:10 Networking Lunch

    13:10 The British Army’s Strike Concept and the Role of Armour in Modern Warfare

    WO2 Paul Barnes

    WO2 Paul Barnes , SO3 Media Ops, The British Army

  • IFVs as the enabler of Strike doctrine
  • Providing effective direct fire support for dismounted infantry
  • The role of the MBT in future conflicts
  • 13:50 Embedded Networks for Modular UGV Weapon Systems

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis, Technical Manager, Vetronics Research Centre

  • Cost reduction and capability increase for modular UGV platform designs
  • Use of commodity networks with Application Layer based Safety Critical data authentication and secure communication
  • Low-latency data encryption techniques
  • 14:30 Afternoon Tea

    14:50 Vetronics and Weapon Systems: a view to future concepts and developments

    Professor Merfyn Lloyd

    Professor Merfyn Lloyd, Lately Science Advisor, DE&S (Retired), DE&S, UK MoD

  • Utilising on-board threat detection sensor suites to faster inform crews, as well as harnessing data for all round situational awareness
  • Linking vehicle subsystems effectively for fast and accurate data dissemination
  • The future of armoured vehicle vetronics for fighting vehicles
  • 15:30 Enhanced Competence with Weapon Systems: a Training and Simulation Approach

    Mr Andy Fawkes

    Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd

  • Training requirements now and in the future
  • Trends in simulation technology
  • XR and VR Land Training Pilot
  • 16:10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Brigadier Matthew  J. Van Wagenen

    Brigadier Matthew J. Van Wagenen

    DCOS Ops, HQ ARRC, US Army
    Captain Tom Quant

    Captain Tom Quant

    Regimental Intelligence Officer and Project Streetfighter Lead, Royal Tank Regiment, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel

    Lieutenant Colonel

    , Israeli Defence Forces (name withheld for security reasons)
    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry

    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry

    Product Manager, Large Caliber Ammunition, Product Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems, US Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army

    Brigadier Matthew J. Van Wagenen

    DCOS Ops, HQ ARRC, US Army
    Brigadier Matthew  J. Van Wagenen

    Captain Tom Quant

    Regimental Intelligence Officer and Project Streetfighter Lead, Royal Tank Regiment, British Army
    Captain Tom Quant

    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Technical Manager, Vetronics Research Centre
    Dr Periklis Charchalakis

    Lietuentant Colonel (ret'd) Jonny Ormerod

    Former SO1, Simulation - Training Branch Field Army, British Army
    Lietuentant Colonel (ret'd) Jonny Ormerod

    Lieutenant Colonel

    , Israeli Defence Forces (name withheld for security reasons)
    Lieutenant Colonel

    Lieutenant Colonel Martin French

    SO1 Lethality and 40mm CTCA Programme Manager , British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Martin French

    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry

    Product Manager, Large Caliber Ammunition, Product Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems, US Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Michael Cherry

    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Robert Page

    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    SO1 Land Systems , Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
    Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge

    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Former Deputy Commander ISAF, British Army
    Lieutenant General (ret'd) Jonathon Riley

    Mr Andy Fawkes

    Director, Thinke Company Ltd
    Mr Andy Fawkes

    Mr Edvard Kleberg

    Sub System Manager, Weapons, BAE Systems Hägglunds AB
    Mr Edvard Kleberg

    Mr Mike Dalzell

    Future Concepts Lead , Lockheed Martin Uk (L M U K)
    Mr Mike Dalzell

    Mr Sebastian Strecker

    Branch Chief, Branch 520 - Optics/Optoelectronics, Laser Technology, Battlefield Reconnaissance, Technical Center for Weapons and Ammunition (WTD 91), Bundeswehr
    Mr Sebastian Strecker

    Mr Wim de Ruijter

    Senior Scientist, TNO
    Mr Wim de Ruijter

    Professor Merfyn Lloyd

    Lately Science Advisor, DE&S (Retired), DE&S, UK MoD
    Professor Merfyn Lloyd

    WO2 John McAllister

    Live Fire and Planning, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army
    WO2 John McAllister

    WO2 Paul Barnes

    SO3 Media Ops, The British Army
    WO2 Paul Barnes

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    John Cockerill Defense is the partner of land armed forces through the provision of integrated weapon systems (20-120mm) and related solutions. Independent of any and all vehicle manufacturers, it is the undisputed leader in multifunctional, high-power weapon systems for light and medium weight armoured vehicles. The electronic architecture of its products gives them a level of growth potential and modularity that is without equal on the market today, enabling the larger caliber turrets to fire gun-launched missiles for example. CMI Defence also provides innovative simulation systems for its equipments. It stands proud on the efficacy of its technological innovations, products and services, which together meet the rapidly-evolving operational needs of modern armed forces.


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