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SMi are proud to host the fifth annual Future Soldier Technology conference, which will convene in London on the 12th and 13th March 2019. This year's event will also include a dedicated pre-conference focus day on 11th March 2019 focused exclusively on dismounted situational awareness (DSA) – exploring how new technologies within mobile deployable communications, ISTAR, battlespace management, Command & Control networks, and innovative immersive technologies and displays are assisting the warfighter.

Future soldier programmes continue to be critically important for dismounted infantry operations around the world. As militaries are expected to operate in diverse environments – from Arctic to urban landscapes – developing materials, technologies and capabilities that enable soldiers to survive and thrive has become ever more important.

As the only meeting solely dedicated to enhancing soldier modernisation programmes, Future Soldier Technology 2019 will provide a unique opportunity to see how emerging technologies and materials are used to overcome challenges in soldier modernisation programmes, from across the world. It will explore the key categories for development, such as: survivability, lethality, sustainability, mobility and C4i. Along with soldier modernisation programmes from: IdZ-ES, FELIN, ISSP, Land 125, Sistemas de Combate do Soldado, and more.

Hear the very latest dveelopments from NATO-aligned Armies and Future Soldier Programme Managers related to:

  • Ballistic protection
  • Soldier lethality
  • C4i systems, battlespace management, and situational awareness
  • Night vision and optics
  • Winter warfare capabilities
  • Soldier system power solutions
  • Battlefield robotics and autonomous systems
  • Exoskeleton technology
  • Immersive technology and augmented reality

As well as updates from a variety of national programmes including:

  • UK
  • USA
  • France
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Canada
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Portugal

At this year’s conference there will once again be an array of networking opportunities:

  • Meet and network with service providers as well as military and government end-users from around the world that make up the attendees and exhibitors at this year's conference
  • More than three and a half hours of networking during the conference days
  • Industry hosted evening networking drinks reception

The conference and focus day agenda is critical for anyone involved in dismounted soldier technology and equipment, including:

  • Future Soldier System Programme Managers
  • Industry OEMs
  • Directors of Land Forces Capability
  • Infantry Leaders
  • Soldier Systems Researchers 

10th Special Forces Group; 3M Svenska AB; 3M United Kingdom Plc; Aselsan; Australian Army; BAE Systems Land (UK); Battlespace Publications; Black Diamond Advanced Technology; BlackBox Biometrics Inc; Bren-Tronics Inc; British Army; Canadian Armed Forces; Canadian Forces; Cubic Defence UK Ltd; DE&S; Defence & Security Organisation; Defence Forces IRL; Department for International Trade; Department of Defence - Australia; Diamond Age Armor; DIT DSO Export Support Team; Domo Tactical Communications (DTC); DowDuPont; DSTL; Esterline Racal Acoustics; Export Support Team; Export Support Team, Defence and Security Organisation; Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement (BWB); FFI; Fischer Connectors Ltd; FLIR UAS; FN Herstal; FOI; Fraunhofer Institut Chemische Technologie; French Army; Glenair, Inc; German Army; Getac UK Ltd; Glenair UK Ltd; GMRE Inc; Harris; Harris Systems Ltd; Home Office Centre for Applied Science Technology; IHS Jane's; Institute for Creative Technologies; Intercomms Publications; Jane's Naval C4I Systems; Kinneir Dufort; KME; Lockheed Martin UK Ltd; MBDA; Media Transasia Thailand Limited (A M R); Microflown AVISA; MoD Abbey Wood; MoD DE&S; NDMA; Netherlands MoD; Nexter Group; NFM; Norwegian Army; Norwegian Army Staff; Norwegian Defence Logistical Organisation; Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency; Norwegian Defence Research Establishment(FFI); Norwegian Defense Material Agency; NZDF Capability Branch; ODU Scandinavia; Omnetics Connector Corporation; Pardus Defence & Security; Persistent Systems LLC; Persistent Systems, LLC; Polish Armed Forces; Precision Control Systems; Precision Technic Defence Limited; Qioptiq ; Radetec; RAF; Revision Military; Rheinmetall Canada Inc; Royal Marines; Safran Electronics & Defense; Sea; Shephard Media; Source Tactical Gear; Special Forces Group Belgium; Sumitomo Corporation Europe Limited; SurCom International; Survitec Group Ltd; Swedish Army; Swedish Defence Research Agency; T N O Human Factors Research Institute; Thales UK; The Defence Forces; TNO; TNO Defence, Security and Saftey; TT Electronics - Power & Hybrid Business Unit; TT Electronics Plc; UK MoD; Ultra Electronics, Precision Control Systems; United States Marine Corps; United States Navy; US Army; US Marine Corps; Viasat; Viasat Inc; WL Gore;

Conference programme

8:20 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

9:00 Achieving Dismounted Situational Awareness in Royal Marines Commando Operations Across Diverse Mission Environments

Brigadier Gwyn Jenkins

Brigadier Gwyn Jenkins, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines

  • Current Royal Marines operational requirements and trends, and the need for effective situational awareness in littoral and urban environments
  • Tools and strategies used by the Royal Marines to develop situational awareness in Commando operations
  • Overcoming challenges in attaining dismounted situational awareness in low visibility environments: Leveraging sensors and digital C4I systems for more effective blue force tracking
  • C4I soldier systems integration and enhancing interoperability: experiences from recent multinational exercises
  • 9:30 Manoeuvre Operations in the High North: Ensuring Soldier Connectivity and Battlespace Management During Dismounted Winter-Warfighting

    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes

    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes, Commander Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces

  • The need for effective winter warfighting capabilities as the Baltic region becomes increasingly strategically important
  • Overcoming challenges in attaining dismounted situational awareness in low visibility environments: Leveraging sensors and digital C4I systems for more effective blue force tracking
  • Ensuring key navigation and communications equipment can function properly in harsh temperatures
  • Lessons to be learned from Norwegian approaches to dismounted manoeuvre warfare in Arctic conditions
  • 10:00 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 British Army Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness and Combat Identification

    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle

    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle, SO1 Tactical Communications and Information Systems, British Army

  • Assessing technology and strategies available to the British Army to promote situational awareness in dismounted operations
  • Achieving decision superiority through enhanced battlespace management and situational awareness
  • The need for effective blue-force tracking to reduce fratricide
  • Developing more effective means of combat identification and battlespace management whilst engaging in manoeuvre warfare
  • 11:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    12:00 Adopting New-Generation Battle Management C4I Systems to Provide a Common Operating Picture and Facilitate Information Sharing

    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg

    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg, Integrated Soldier System Project (ISSP) Director, Canadian Department of National Defence

  • Utilising network centric communications for friendly and enemy force positional awareness, target acquisition, and digital fire support
  • Maintaining high operational tempo with enhanced navigation technologies, night vision goggles and thermal binoculars, wearable communication systems into battle uniforms, and multi-modal soldier information systems
  • Exchanging voice and data between soldiers and their commanders, and broader interoperating units
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 How Robotics and Autonomous Systems are Enhancing British Dismounted Situational Awareness

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

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

  • The potential for manned-unmanned teaming in British land ISR operations
  • How robotics and autonomous platforms help perfect land domain awareness through cognitive burden reduction and facilitated intelligence gathering
  • Emerging requirements and areas of development for the enhancement of autonomous land platforms following the Army Warfighting Experiment 2018
  • 14:00 Enhancing Dismounted Situational Awareness Through Autonomous Modular Sensing

    Mr Chris Briggs

    Mr Chris Briggs, Capavility Advisor - Land ISTAR, DSTL

  • Sensor autonomy to provide persistent coverage in complex environments that robust to individual failures and responsive to changes in the environment
  • Sensor modularity to integrate multiple interoperable sensor technologies
  • Autonomous sensor management to reduce the decision making burden on the user
  • Supplying information rather than raw data to the end user, reducing the cognitive burden
  • 14:30 Connecting the Dismounted Soldier with UAVs for Tactical Battlefield ISTAR

    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Major Tapio Saarelainen, Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Finnish Defence Forces

  • Increasing connectivity between the dismounted soldier and airborne ISTAR assets
  • Integrating land and air into one network enabled combat management system, allowing for effective data exchange
  • Providing real time visual data feeds to dismounted soldiers, providing greater DSA and more accurate target acquisition
  • Connecting UAVs and dismounted soldiers to other land-based assets such as mounted close artillery for optimised network-based fire support
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Integrating Network-Enabled Soldier Systems for Full-Spectrum Dismounted Situational Awareness in SOCOM Operations

    Master Sergeant Sean Weeks

    Master Sergeant Sean Weeks, Non Commissioned Officer in Charge of Force Modernisation, US SOCOM

  • Developing new dismounted soldier system to increase operational effectiveness in special forces operations
  • Current C4I requirements for SOCOM in operations in asymmetric environments
  • Leveraging network-enabled capabilities to increase battlefield connectivity for full-spectrum dominance
  • Connecting Wireless weapons systems, real time image video feed sharing, and heads up display technology for greater situational awareness
  • 16:00 Panel Discussion: Integrating Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) to Enhance Future Dismounted Situational Awareness

  • Assessing the role of RAS in future dismounted soldier operations
  • Revolutionising dismounted situational awareness and battlespace management through innovative autonomous syste,s
  • Reducing threat to the warfighter in hostile and complex environments
  • Challenges to integrating RAS into dismounted missions
  • Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

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

    Mr Chris Briggs

    Mr Chris Briggs, Capavility Advisor - Land ISTAR, DSTL

    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Major Tapio Saarelainen, Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Finnish Defence Forces

    16:45 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

    8:00 Registration & Coffee

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

    9:00 An Update on the Procurement and Development of Dismounted Infantry Equipment in the UK

    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP

    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP, Soldier Training and Special Programmes Team Leader, DE&S

  • Update on British dismounted solider modernisation and acquisition: Increasing lethality, protection, mobility, and power
  • Enhancing manned-unmanned cooperation to reduce burden and increase mobility
  • Improving battlefield tactical communications with new generation systems and GPS
  • Meeting emerging protective clothing and equipment requirements
  • 9:30 Enhanced Weapon Optics – Optimising Lethality and Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness

    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas

    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas, Infantry Capacity Development Director, French Army

  • Successes of the Arme Individuelle Future (AIF) in working to deliver 90,000 new weapons and 100,000 weapon accessories and services  
  • Integrating air and land network enabled capabilities to improve close quarters combat lethality o Using portable computers for transmission of voice & video data to support joint operations 
  • Deploying the Sagem Clara image-intensifying and thermal imaging sights to support infantry situational awareness
  • Connecting weapon sights to communication systems to send data in real time to C2 centres
  • The future procurement aims for FELIN to support all-weather target acquisition
  • 10:00 Assessing Current Dismounted German Soldier Capabilities to Meet the Operational Requirements of the German Army

    Major Christophe Wallner

    Major Christophe Wallner, Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, German Army

  • Overview of current German missions and deployments, and the dismounted soldier capabilities needed for operational effectiveness
  • Command and control structures: communications, connectivity, and streamlined chains of command
  • Current technology in use for battlefield management, electronic displays and personal digital equipment
  • German personal protection equipment, and how the German dismounted soldier properly equipped for enhanced and survivability
  • 10:30 Session Reserved for Lead Sponsor BDA Technology

    11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:30 Developing and Supplying Effective Equipment and Materiel to Meet the Needs of Modern Norwegian Dismounted Soldier Operations

    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson

    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson, Soldier System Coordinator, Norwegian Defence Material Agency

  • Overview of Norwegian approach to dismounted soldier operations, and the current needs of the Norwegian Army to operate effectively in hostile environments
  • Examining personal protection equipment in the Norwegian Army: the need for lighter but more durable body armour and tactical helmets, to aid ballistic protection and strengthen survivability
  • Enhancing Norwegian small arms to meet the needs of the dismounted soldier: Developing fused sights and other target identification accessories to increase lethality
  • The need for innovation in sensor technology, improving ISTAR capabilities through sensor fusion and improving behind enemy lines surveillance
  • 12:00 Next Generation Interconnectivity and Mission Success

    Ms. Lisa Amling

    Ms. Lisa Amling, VP of Product Development, Small Format Connector Systems, Glenair, Inc

  • Understanding Mission Profiles
  • Adaptive Technology to Meet the Profiles
  • Tactical Engineering and Integrated Manufacturing Capability
  • Field Testing and Deployment Success
  • Worldwide Technical and Logistical Support
  • 12:30 General Programme Update on the Development of Portuguese Dismounted Soldier Systems: Sistemas de Combate do Soldado

    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa

    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa, Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army

  • Requirements for the procurement of new dismounted C4I, weapons and sensor technologies
  • Increasing soldier protection with new operational combat uniform and body armour
  • Challenges facing ISTAR and overcoming through new conceptual processes
  • The development of the new-generation Portuguese soldier and maximising interoperability
  • 13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Enhancing Night and Day Sight Systems to Improve Dismounted Infantry Lethality through Maximised Weapons Precision

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor, Project Manager Weapons Optics and Electronic Warfare Land Systems Division, Norwegian Defence Material Agency

  • Developing thermal Imagery and image intensification and retaining precision during low-light, long arctic winters
  • Integrating optronics and multifunctional thermal instruments onto squad and platoon weapons
  • Enhancing accuracy with better detection, neutralisation, and observation potential acquired with maximised visibility and sight 
  • 14:30 What Modern Soldiers Want: Robust, Fast, Small, Smart Connectors

    15:00 Panel Discussion: New Approaches to Enhancing Lethality for the Future Dismounted Soldier

  • Exploring the latest technological developments pushing the boundaries of soldier lethality
  • Increasing lethality through viewing the soldier ‘as a system’, and the potential for integrated soldier systems to improve the warfighter’s battlefield effectiveness
  • Ensuring modern-day soldiers are trained and able to operate effectively with increasing amounts of technology and accessories to aid lethality
  • Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle, Commanding Officer, Infantry Trials And Development Unit, British Army

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor, Project Manager Weapons Optics and Electronic Warfare Land Systems Division, Norwegian Defence Material Agency

    Master Sergeant Sean Weeks

    Master Sergeant Sean Weeks, Non Commissioned Officer in Charge of Force Modernisation, US SOCOM

    15:30 Afternoon Tea

    16:00 Integrating Hard and Soft Armour Technology into Canadian Combat Uniforms for Greater Ballistic Protection

    Mr Sean Cale

    Mr Sean Cale, Technical Authority and Life Cycle Manager / Chairman of NATO LCGDSS Combat Clothing and Individual Equipment Protection (CCIEP) Sub-Group, Canadian Department of National Defence

  • Protection versus mobility: Survivability trade-space driving modular and scalable armour
  • The need for greater quality of life as well as survivability, driving integration of high performance and novel material systems and new protective system concepts
  • Balancing weight, durability, and comfort for the dismounted soldier          
  • 16:30 Enhancing All-Weather Nordic Dismounted Soldier Survivability with the Nordic Combat Uniform System

    Thrude J Leirvik

    Thrude J Leirvik, Project Manager Nordic Combat Uniform, Norwegian Defence Material Agency Material Investments

  • International cooperation amongst Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden to develop and procure combat ready uniform systems
  • Reinforcing existing combat uniforms outer, mid, and inner layers in the NORDEFCO countries
  • Balancing ballistic protection, camouflage, and mobility with the new NCU System
  • Update on the development process and foreseeable procurement
  • 17:00 Enhancing Soldier Performance through Integrating Robotic and Autonomous System into Dismounted Soldier Operations

    Mr Gerard De-Boisboissel

    Mr Gerard De-Boisboissel, Research Engineer, Saint-Cyr Military Academy Research Centre

  • Supporting light and dismounted infantry formations with unmanned technology to reduce weight burden, and increase survivability
  • Optimising unmanned sensor and weapon platforms for greater situational awareness
  • Enhancing autonomous resupply capabilities, to increase dismounted soldier capabilities
  • Understanding how RAS technology will change future French land operations, and the challenges of integrating RAS into dismounted missions
  • 17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    8:20 Registration & Coffee

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

    9:00 Further Enhancing British Dismounted Soldier Capabilities with Sustained Training and Improved Situational Awareness

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle, Commanding Officer, Infantry Trials And Development Unit, British Army

  • Maximising lethality, mobility, and survivability with enhanced situational awareness and improved command battlespace management
  • Embedding voice, video, and communication data services within the Warfighter’s equipment
  • Enhancing team spatial awareness with red/blue force tracking (BFT) and minimising fratricide
  • Feedback from the Army Warfighting Experiment 2018 and foreseeable burden reduction on British Infantry
  • 9:30 Enhancing Australian Dismounted Capabilities and Developing the Land 125 New Generation Infantry Fighting Force

    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM

    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM, Director of Diggerworks, Land Systems Division, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Department of Defence

  • An update on the Land 125 soldier modernisation programme
  • Identifying, developing, and integrating soldier combat system solutions to enhance the capability of the Australian Defence Force Land Combatant
  • Developing dismounted ballistic and protective elements, load carriage equipment, dismounted electronic systems, soldier configuration, and armoured fighting systems
  • Addressing the challenge of weight versus mobility
  • 10:00 Session Reserved for Lead Sponsor BDA Technology

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Developing Effective Personal Protective Equipment Within the Swedish Armed Forces

    Major Magnus Hallberg

    Major Magnus Hallberg, Dismounted Soldier Equipment Representative, Swedish Armed Forces

  • Current status of Personal Ballistic Protection Equipment System (PBPES)
  • Integrating concealed protection as well as outer protection into new ballistic protection systems to provide a holistic approach to soldier safety
  • Optimising ballistic protection across all weather extremes, including desert and arctic environments
  • Successes developing versatile camouflage for all domain dismounted operations
  • Planned developments for PBPES in the next 5 years
  • 11:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    12:00 Enhancing Dismounted Soldier Survivability with Effective Combat Clothing and Protection

    Mr Johnathan Russell

    Mr Johnathan Russell, Technical Lead, Dismounted Survivability, DSTL

  • Designing combat protective equipment and limiting burden: An update on the VIRTUS and PETREL projects and respective requirements
  • Integrating appropriate C4ISTAR equipment into existing armour
  • Maximising soldier survivability with advanced research into new resistant materials and effective ballistic protection
  • Outcome of the AWE 2018 exercise and emerging requirements
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 Assessing the Integration of Exoskeleton Technology in the Battlefield for the Dismounted Soldier

    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez

    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez, Directorate Application Services/JISR, NATO Communications and Information Agency

  • Overview of NATO programme to integrate exoskeleton technology to assist Explosive Ordnance Disposal units
  • Improving mobility, endurance and enhancing payload capacities through dismounted soldier exoskeletons
  • Testing and evaluating exoskeleton technology to ensure it meets the requirements for dismounted EOD operations
  • Assessing the maturity of current technology available on the market, and cooperating with industry to further the exoskeleton project
  • 14:00 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    14:30 Overcoming Mobility Challenges by Alleviating the Dismounted Soldier’s Payload in Land ISR Operations

    Captain Jan Weuts

    Captain Jan Weuts, Belgian Liaison Officer/Capability Development: Dutch Army Special Forces Centre of Expertise for Special Operations, Belgian Special Forces

  • Update on the ongoing dismounted soldier systems modernisation programme in Belgium
  • Reducing infantry payload through new unmanned airborne and land technologies
  • Increasing power without adding on weight – ongoing research
  • Foreseeable areas of focus in research and development and possibilities for international cooperation

     

  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Maximising Dismounted Power with Research and Alternative Energy Sources

    Dr Darren Browning

    Dr Darren Browning , Power Sources Team Lead, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, DSTL

  • Foreseeing and adapting to future power demand caused by additional equipment
  • Exploring the potential for universal or flexi chargers and their relevance for Generic Soldier Architecture
  • How Generic Soldier Architecture (GSA) facilitates technology insertion with a central power source
  • Potential and challenges of working with Li/S batteries and other high-specific energy sources
  • Developing the power and data enabled torso concept
  • 16:00 Developments in Adaptive Multispectral Camouflage and Signature Management for the Dismounted Soldier

    Dr Max Winkelmann

    Dr Max Winkelmann, Researcher of Signatorics, Fraunhofer IOSB

  • The need for greater signature management as the dismounted soldier carries more complex electronic equipment during operations
  • Developments in efforts to reduce thermal signatures, as the threat of more effective thermal sensing faces the modern-day soldier
  • Improving multi-spectral camouflage to reduce electronic and infrared signatures
  • Recent developments in soldier worn sensory-detector equipment, as part of a proactive approach to detection avoidance
  • 16:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Three

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes

    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes

    Commander Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces
    Captain Jan Weuts

    Captain Jan Weuts

    Belgian Liaison Officer/Capability Development: Dutch Army Special Forces Centre of Expertise for Special Operations, Belgian Special Forces
    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army
    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas

    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas

    Infantry Capacity Development Director, French Army
    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM

    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM

    Director of Diggerworks, Land Systems Division, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Department of Defence
    Dr Darren Browning

    Dr Darren Browning

    Power Sources Team Lead, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, DSTL
    Dr Max Winkelmann

    Dr Max Winkelmann

    Researcher of Signatorics, Fraunhofer IOSB
    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez

    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez

    Directorate Application Services/JISR, NATO Communications and Information Agency
    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Commanding Officer, Infantry Trials And Development Unit, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

    SO1 Coherence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa

    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa

    Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle

    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle

    SO1 Tactical Communications and Information Systems, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson

    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson

    Soldier System Coordinator, Norwegian Defence Material Agency
    Major Christophe Wallner

    Major Christophe Wallner

    Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, German Army
    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg

    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg

    Integrated Soldier System Project (ISSP) Director, Canadian Department of National Defence
    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Project Manager Weapons Optics and Electronic Warfare Land Systems Division, Norwegian Defence Material Agency
    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Finnish Defence Forces
    Mr Johnathan Russell

    Mr Johnathan Russell

    Technical Lead, Dismounted Survivability, DSTL
    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP

    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP

    Soldier Training and Special Programmes Team Leader, DE&S
    Mr Sean Cale

    Mr Sean Cale

    Technical Authority and Life Cycle Manager / Chairman of NATO LCGDSS Combat Clothing and Individual Equipment Protection (CCIEP) Sub-Group, Canadian Department of National Defence
    Thrude J Leirvik

    Thrude J Leirvik

    Project Manager Nordic Combat Uniform, Norwegian Defence Material Agency Material Investments

    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes

    Commander Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces
    Brigadier General Jon Morten Mangersnes

    Captain Jan Weuts

    Belgian Liaison Officer/Capability Development: Dutch Army Special Forces Centre of Expertise for Special Operations, Belgian Special Forces
    Captain Jan Weuts

    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army
    Colonel (Ret) Richard Hansen

    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas

    Infantry Capacity Development Director, French Army
    Colonel Francois-Regis Dabas

    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM

    Director of Diggerworks, Land Systems Division, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Department of Defence
    Colonel Michael Bassingthwaighte DSM

    Dr Darren Browning

    Power Sources Team Lead, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, DSTL
    Dr Darren Browning

    Dr Max Winkelmann

    Researcher of Signatorics, Fraunhofer IOSB
    Dr Max Winkelmann

    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez

    Directorate Application Services/JISR, NATO Communications and Information Agency
    Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Javier Garcia Alvarez

    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Commanding Officer, Infantry Trials And Development Unit, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Nick Serle

    Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig

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

    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa

    Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Simao Sousa

    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle

    SO1 Tactical Communications and Information Systems, British Army
    Lieutenant Colonel Toby Lyle

    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson

    Soldier System Coordinator, Norwegian Defence Material Agency
    Lieutenant Colonel Torstein Espolin Johnson

    Major Christophe Wallner

    Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, German Army
    Major Christophe Wallner

    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg

    Integrated Soldier System Project (ISSP) Director, Canadian Department of National Defence
    Major Christopher Guilbaud-McHarg

    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Project Manager Weapons Optics and Electronic Warfare Land Systems Division, Norwegian Defence Material Agency
    Major Rune Nesland-Steinor

    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Finnish Defence Forces
    Major Tapio Saarelainen

    Mr Chris Briggs

    Capavility Advisor - Land ISTAR, DSTL
    Mr Chris Briggs

    Mr Gerard De-Boisboissel

    Research Engineer, Saint-Cyr Military Academy Research Centre
    Mr Gerard De-Boisboissel

    Mr Johnathan Russell

    Technical Lead, Dismounted Survivability, DSTL
    Mr Johnathan Russell

    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP

    Soldier Training and Special Programmes Team Leader, DE&S
    Mr Nick Taylor CEng FIMechE MAPM RPP

    Mr Sean Cale

    Technical Authority and Life Cycle Manager / Chairman of NATO LCGDSS Combat Clothing and Individual Equipment Protection (CCIEP) Sub-Group, Canadian Department of National Defence
    Mr Sean Cale

    Ms. Lisa Amling

    VP of Product Development, Small Format Connector Systems, Glenair, Inc
    Ms. Lisa Amling

    Nick Taylor

    Director, Soldier Training and Special Programmes, Ministry of Defence
    Nick Taylor

    Thrude J Leirvik

    Project Manager Nordic Combat Uniform, Norwegian Defence Material Agency Material Investments
    Thrude J Leirvik

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    We strive to set the standard for confidence and trust by providing rugged, reliable protective communication equipment. 3M™ PELTOR™ solutions for today’s modern warfighter have been designed for use in combat and combat support operations, specifically, for use with firearms and ballistic combat helmets. The hearing protectors feature external microphones for environmental listening (aka Talk-Through) capability, so operators can maintain auditory situational awareness while still protecting their hearing. With more than 60 years of experience, the PELTOR brand promises quality communication solutions that help provide an excellent balance of comfort and protection. The advanced engineering and technology inherent with the PELTOR brand fits with the high standard of quality and innovation of a continuously evolving range of product solutions that you, our customers, come to expect from 3M.


    Fischer Connectors

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    https://www.fischerconnectors.com

    Fischer Connectors has been designing, manufacturing and distributing high performance connectors and cable assembly solutions for more than 60 years. Known for their reliability, quality and resistance to extreme environments, Fischer Connectors’ solutions are used in fields requiring faultless quality, such as defence & security, medical, industrial, instrumentation, audiovisual, transportation and energy. In close partnership with its customers, Fischer Connectors continues to push the boundaries of connectivity to address design engineers’ need to minimize space and maximize performance in their devices used in Dismounted Soldier, Ground, Aerospace and Marine military applications. Fischer Connectors' solutions have been tested to MIL-standards, are used in most soldier modernization programs – especially in C4ISTAR technologies, and meet the need for safe and reliable operations.


    Omnetics Connector Corporation

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

    Omnetics Connector Corporation manufactures and designs Micro-miniature, Nano-miniature, and Hybrid connectors, wire harnesses, and cable assembly solutions for the toughest, smallest, and highest speed applications. These rugged miniature and ultra-miniature Mil-Spec based Micro-D, Nano-D, Circular, and Strip connector solutions aid in the interconnect and SWaP design requirements of your battlefield communications, computing, and other high-performance devices, increasing the number of contacts for high speed compact circuitry in mission critical harsh environment applications. With a rich history of the miniaturization and ruggedization of interconnect harnesses, Omnetics Connector Corporation is proud to announce the development of our new COBRA™ connector system for the dismounted soldier. This unique design weighs under 35 grams and is compatible with the MOLLE straps of standard vests. It features 8 cleanable 5 AMP contacts which can handle USB 2.0 signals, and it offers a magnet free tactile latching system to avoid any signal interference. It is IP68 sealed in the mated and unmated state and can be terminated by the end user. The COBRA™ connector can be retro-fitted onto old vests with a clamp system designed for the standard MOLLE straps. Additionally, both halves of the connector can be fabric or bulkhead mounted, creating a plethora of design configurations. The design can also be modified to fit specific application requirements. Stop by Omnetics’ booth at Future Soldier Technology 2019 to learn more about our miniature and ruggedized connector solutions.

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    Soldier Modernisation

    Key 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.

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    Epicos

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    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.


    Satnews Publishers

    Supporters
    http://www.satnews.com

    Satnews Publishers is a leader in the delivery of timely and accurate news and data for the commercial and military satellite industries. Satnews publications include Satnews Daily, Weekly, Mobile, SatMagazine and MilsatMagazine. Our data products include the International Satellite Directory and SatFinder, both industry standard tools. Visit: www.satnews.com.


    Defence Suppliers

    Supporters
    http://www.defence-suppliers.com

    Defence-Suppliers provides a unique platform to present your latest equipment and systems to the world's defence and security industry. We are a key information resource for MODs, DODs, decision makers, governments, prime contractors, service chiefs, defence ministers, police forces and system integrators. Delivering a comprehensive breakdown of products and services from leading industry contractors, with up-to-date news and press releases when developments occur. With links to all the major industry events, the portal provides an opportunity for visitors to develop international relationships and generate new business opportunities.


    Armada International

    Supporters
    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.


    Homeland Security Research Corporation

    Supporters
    http://www.homelandsecurityresearch.com

    Homeland Security Research Corporation is an international market and technology research firm specializing in the Homeland Security (HLS) & Public Safety (PS) Industry. HSRC provides premium market reports on present and emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling global clients to gain time-critical insight into business opportunities. HSRC’s clients include U.S. Congress, DHS, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, NATO, DOD, DOT, GAO, and EU, among others; and HLS & PS government agencies in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Israel, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia, Sweden, Finland, Singapore. With over 750 private sector clients, including major defense and security contractors, and Fortune 500 companies, HSRC earned the reputation as the industry’s Gold Standard for HLS & PS market reports.


    Technologies.org

    Supporters
    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.


    SEGURANÇA & DEFESA

    Supporters
    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.


    Defence Today

    Supporters
    http://defencetoday.com

    Defence Today is an online publication covering the latest in global defence and security news, defence intelligence and strategic insight. Terrorism and emerging threats, defence industry coverage, the latest technology developments and emerging platforms and systems. Military equipment profiles and industry showcases. Advertising, press releases and event listings are available.


    Defence and Security Alert

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    http://www.dsalert.org

    Defence and Security Alert (DSA) is the first and the only ISO 9001:2008 certified, world-class monthly Indian magazine in defence and security journalism. Committed to global defence and security, DSA covers a strictly research based spectrum of dynamic scenarios in India and challenging horizons beyond national borders. DSA is the only Indian magazine in this genre, available on the Indian Air Force (IAF) Intranet.

    We present DSA to you as an ideal platform in the domain of defence and security 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

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    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.


    IHS Janes

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    http://www.janes.ihs.com

    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.


    Global Military Communications

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    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.


    21st Century Asian Arms Race

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    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.


    ArmedForces.co.uk

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    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


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    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.


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    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.

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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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