Home
overview

For the latest COVID-19 Travel restrictions and recommendations please click here

SMi Group is proud to announce the 2nd annual Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA conference on the 20th and 21st June 2022. Following on from our successful inaugural virtual event in 2021, we are excited to finally bring the community together under one roof for the first live event of its kind in the country.

With the continuing advances in robotic capabilities and the increasing threat of near-peer adversary technology the US DoD is continuing to invest heavily in land robotics of all sizes to increase Warfighter lethality and remove the soldier from dangerous situations.

MRAS USA 2022 is the only US-based event specifically dedicated to military robotics in the land environment. It will bring together the leading US and international program managers, robotics experts and industry to discuss the rapidly expanding role of military robots within the modern battlespace. As new opportunities and challenges emerge in this rapidly changing area, the conference enables the military robotics community to work collaboratively to forge ahead and deliver the very best unmanned capabilities to soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines.

As well as bringing together the US ground robotics community, the conference will gather in some of the most dynamic and innovative international militaries to provide their unique perspectives; no other event in the USA offers the same number of opportunities to meet, discuss and network with opposite numbers from allied nations.

Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA 2022 is the only opportunity of its kind to meet world-leading experts in the field of autonomous and robotic systems and innovation. Attend the two-day conference and benefit from insights delivered by program managers, researchers, academics, technical industry experts and senior military figures from the USA and abroad.
 

  • With contributions from a wide-range of US ground robotics teams and strategic leaders, receive unparalleled insight and access to the US military's ground robotics research and overall strategy
  • Meet and discuss with leaders in military robotics from industry, military and government during dedicated networking sessions
  • Hear from a selection of international partner nations, and gain valuable lessons from parallel allied programs
  • Discover cutting-edge ground robotics technology to enhance operational effectiveness and explore opportunities for greater coalition interoperability.
     

Attending this conference benefits all those involved in the development, testing and use of robotic and autonomous systems within the land domain. Focusing on the USA, the event will be attended by a wide selection of DoD, US Army and wider US Armed Forces personnel and government staff.

Abaco System; Altinay Aerospace and Advanced Technology; Armada; ARMY HQ; Aselsan A.S; Ben Gurion University of the Negev; British Army; CCDC-Atlantic; CEHC; Combat Capabilities Development Command; Cranfield University; DE&S; DE&S MOD; Defence Academy; Defence Equipment & Support, UK MOD; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory; DIT DSO; DMO; DoD; Domo Tactical Communications (DTC); DSTL; Egyptian Defence Office; Elmo Motion Control UK; Export Support Team; EY; Finnish Defence Forces; Five Three Alpha; FLIR Systems, Inc; FMV; FOI; German Army; Gladius Tactical; IHS Markit; IMP Castle Associates Limited; Infantry Trials and Development Unit; Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd; Maneuver Battle Lab; Microsoft; Milrem; Ministry of Defence; MoD The Netherlands; Moog inc; NDMA; NEXTER-SYSTEMS Head Office; Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation; Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency; Pardus Defence & Security Ltd; Pearson Engineering Ltd; Presidency of Defence Industries; Qinetiq; Radley Consulting; Rheinmetall Canada Inc; Rheinmetall Electronics; Royal Netherlands Army; SAAB AB; Saab Dynamics; Safran Group; Silvus Technologies, Inc.; Soucy Defence; Soucy Defense Division; Soucy International Inc; UK MoD; Undersecretariat for Defence Industry ; University of Defence; University of Oxford; University of Oxford/Air Force Institute of Technology; US ARMY; US Army Corps of Engineers; USC Institute for Creative Technologies; Vetronics Research Centre; US Marine Corps

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Brigadier General Stephanie Ahern

Brigadier General Stephanie Ahern

Director of Concepts, Futures and Concepts Center, US Army Futures Command
Brigadier Ian Langford

Brigadier Ian Langford

Director General Future Land Warfare, Australian Defence Force
Colonel Christopher Korpela

Colonel Christopher Korpela

Director of the Robotics Research Center, The United States Military Academy at West Point
Colonel Jay Wisham

Colonel Jay Wisham

Director , Army Applications Laboratory, US Army Futures Command
Colonel Jeffery Jurand

Colonel Jeffery Jurand

Project Manager Maneuver Combat Systems, PEO Ground Combat Systems, US Army Futures Command
Colonel Rob Ryan

Colonel Rob Ryan

Director, Robotics Requirements Division, Maneuver Capability Development Integration Directorate (MCDID), U.S. Army Futures Command
Dr Chad Kessens

Dr Chad Kessens

Senior Robotics Research Scientist, Autonomous Systems Branch, US Army Research Laboratory
Dr Douglas Brooks

Dr Douglas Brooks

Manager R&D, Intelligent Systems Division, Southwest Research Institute
Lieutenant Colonel Iain Lamont

Lieutenant Colonel Iain Lamont

SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army
Lieutenant Colonel Keith Toney

Lieutenant Colonel Keith Toney

Product Manager Robotic and Autonomous Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army Futures Command
Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke

Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke

Head of Development & Innovation RAS-Program, Royal Netherlands Army
Major Samuel Albahari

Major Samuel Albahari

Project Officer: Artificial Intelligence for Small Unit Maneuver , United States Special Operations Command
Mr James Amato

Mr James Amato

Executive Technical Director/Deputy to the Commander , US Army Test and Evaluation Command
Mr Jean-Charles Ledé

Mr Jean-Charles Ledé

Autonomy Technical Advisor , Air Force Research Laboratory
Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Robotics and AI Branch Chief , HQDA FDD, US Army
Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

Interim Director, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

Adam Jacoff

Robotics Research Engineer, National Institute of Standards and Technology |
Adam Jacoff

Brigadier General Stephanie Ahern

Director of Concepts, Futures and Concepts Center, US Army Futures Command
Brigadier General Stephanie Ahern

Brigadier General Stephanie Ahern is Director of Concepts, Futures and Concepts Center, Army Futures Command, in Austin, TX. As an Army Engineer she served in Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq. As an Army Strategist, she taught at the U.S. Military Academy, spending summers in Iraq and State Department; was a Council on Foreign Relations fellow at Treasury; served in HQDA G-3/5/7, Arlington National Cemetery, OSD-Policy, National Security Council, and for Secretary of the Army; and was an MSFS and SSP adjunct professor at Georgetown University. She has a B.S. from USMA, Masters from Army War College, and Master and Ph.D. from Notre Dame.

Brigadier Ian Langford

Director General Future Land Warfare, Australian Defence Force
Brigadier Ian Langford

Brigadier Langford has held a range of command and staff appointments in the Army and Special Forces. He is a Distinguished Graduate of the USMC Command and Staff College and the School of Advanced Warfighting and has a PhD from Deakin University.

Colonel Christopher Korpela

Director of the Robotics Research Center, The United States Military Academy at West Point
Colonel Christopher Korpela

COL Christopher Korpela is an Associate Professor and Director of the Robotics Research Center at the United States Military Academy at West Point. COL Korpela has deployed twice to Iraq and once to Afghanistan serving in various command and staff positions. As a researcher, he has coordinated research projects and grants across the U.S. Department of Defense, academia, and industry. He is an Apgar Award winner and Andrew Carnegie Fellow. COL Korpela has testified at the United Nations as part of the U.S. Delegation on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems. He has authored and coauthored over 40 scientific and professional papers.

Colonel Jay Wisham

Director , Army Applications Laboratory, US Army Futures Command
Colonel Jay Wisham

Director Jay Wisham is leading the charge to reshape how the U.S. Army works with industry through our mission to connect the right people, problems, and organizations to drive innovation. His expertise in emergent technologies and outreach helps shape AAL’s vision and strategy, strengthen relationships with industry, and foster connections with key stakeholders.
 

Prior to joining AAL, Jay was a Senior Army Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin, a Lead for Artificial Intelligence Applications for Army Futures Command's Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross-Functional Team, and Program Director for Project Convergence.
 

Colonel Jeffery Jurand

Project Manager Maneuver Combat Systems, PEO Ground Combat Systems, US Army Futures Command
Colonel Jeffery Jurand

COL Jurand commissioned as an Armor Officer in 1998. His early Army career spanned several assignments including a combat tour in Iraq before transitioning into the Army Acquisition Corps. He has since served in various acquisition roles on the path to his current position as the Project Manager of the Army’s Maneuver Combat Systems. In 2019-2020, Col Jurand attended the U.S. Army War College Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University where he studied cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence. COL Jurand has a B.S. in Engineering Science from Vanderbilt University and an M.Eng in Project Management from University of Maryland, College Park.

Colonel Rob Ryan

Director, Robotics Requirements Division, Maneuver Capability Development Integration Directorate (MCDID), U.S. Army Futures Command
Colonel Rob Ryan

COL Robert Ryan currently serves as the Director for Robotics Requirements at the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, GA. prior to this assignment he served as the Deputy Director and was the overall lead for the network’s participation in Project Convergence 20 – the Army’s campaign of learning designed to advance and integrate the Army's contribution to Combined JADC2. The Network CFT is responsible for the focused integration of network, command, control, communications and intelligence to enable mission command across the network. As the Chief of Operations, he drives the integration and synchronization of the cross-functional team and leads current and future operational planning and execution. COL Ryan, an Infantry Officer, previously served as an Infantry Brigade Combat Team Commander for the 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division where he was responsible for making ready the Army warfighting ground component in response to military requested support (from natural disasters to high-intensity armed conflict) for the Indo-Pacific Combatant Commander. COL Ryan, a native of Syracuse, NY, enlisted in the Army in 1984 and was commissioned in 1993 into the Infantry as a Distinguished Military Graduate from the ROTC program at Cornell University. COL Ryan attend and received Master degrees from both the U.S. Air Force Command and Staff College and the Naval War College.

 

Dr Chad Kessens

Senior Robotics Research Scientist, Autonomous Systems Branch, US Army Research Laboratory
Dr Chad Kessens

Dr. Chad C. Kessens is a Senior Robotics Research Scientist in the Autonomous Systems Branch of DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory (ARL). He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Caltech (BS, 2003), Washington University in St. Louis (MS, 2005), and the University of Maryland (PhD, 2018), and has been researching robotic manipulation topics including door opening, grasping, and self-righting since 2008. He has been a civilian employee with ARL since 2010, where he led the Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance’s mobile manipulation task, and where he now leads ARL’s LIMMBS laboratory manipulation efforts while also representing ARL interests in the Pacific Northwest.

Dr Douglas Brooks

Manager R&D, Intelligent Systems Division, Southwest Research Institute
Dr Douglas Brooks

Dr. Brooks received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from NC State University in 2005 and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2008 and 2012 respectively. He is currently the manager of the Perception Systems Section at Southwest Research Institute where he manages a team of experts in the field of traditional and modern computer vision techniques such as Deep Learning. With over a decade of experience, his areas of expertise focus on utilizing image processing for pattern recognition and decision making for intelligent systems such as automated vehicles.

Dr Robert Sadowski

Army Chief Roboticist , Combat Capabilities Development Command, Ground Vehicle System Center, US Army
Dr Robert Sadowski

Dr. Robert W. Sadowski is a member of the Scientific and Professional (ST) cadre of the Senior Executive Service and serves as the United States Army’s Senior Scientist for Robotics within the Research, Technology and Integration Directorate at the United States Army CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center in Warren, MI.

Dr. Sadowski previously served twenty nine (29) years of active United States Army duty culminating as the Electrical Engineering Program Director and Academy Professor at the United States Military Academy in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science where he continues serving as adjunct faculty.

Dr. Sadowski has over forty (40) months of operational experience in Southwest Asia in a variety of leadership, staff, and engineering positions including Iraq and Afghanistan. He currently chairs RDECOM’s Community of Practice in Robotics and is guiding the development of robotics and autonomous systems technology as part of the third offset strategy.

Dr. Sadowski is a graduate of the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and received his M.S. and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University as a Fannie and John Hertz Fellow. He also holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College.
 

Lieutenant Colonel Iain Lamont

SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army
Lieutenant Colonel Iain Lamont

Lt Col Lamont joined the Army in 2000 and has spent most of his regimental duty serving with 3 Commando Brigade, deploying on numerous operations and deployments. He assumed command of 24 Commando during Operation RUMAN, the UK response to the 2017 hurricanes in the Caribbean. Previous appointments have been as a Command and Leadership Instructor at the Royal School of Military Engineering and at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. With experience as the Military Engineering Capability Sponsor in MoD in Whitehall, he was appointed as the Army Headquarters’ lead for Robotics and Autonomous Systems in Apr 2020.

Lieutenant Colonel Keith Toney

Product Manager Robotic and Autonomous Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army Futures Command
Lieutenant Colonel Keith Toney

LTC Keith O. Toney was born in Mountain View, CA to dual military parents. He grew up in San Antonio, TX where he graduated from John Marshall High
School. He earned his commission from Prairie View A&M University (Texas) via ROTC as a Second Lieutenant in the Quartermaster Corps.

His first assignment was with the 157th Quartermaster Company, 553rd Combat Service Support Battalion (CSSB) at Ft. Hood TX, where he served as a Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer from Sep 2003 – Sep 2006. His time with the 157th Quartermaster Company included a combat deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from Dec 2004 – Dec 2005.

LTC Toney’s holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Marketing from Prairie View A&M University, and a Master’s of Science in Logistics Management from Florida Institute of Technology. His military education includes the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, the Combined Logistics Officer Captain’s Career Course, the Command and General Staff College, the Army Acquisition Basic Course, and the Army Acquisition Intermediate Course. He is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certified in both Contracting (Level III) and Program Management (Level II).

Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke

Head of Development & Innovation RAS-Program, Royal Netherlands Army
Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke

Lieutenant Colonel Vito Marra

SO1 Concept Development, Future Force Development, Italian Army General Staff
Lieutenant Colonel Vito Marra

Lt. Col. MARRA was commissioned as Engineer Officer in 2002 and as a Junior Officer served until 2012 in the 6th Engineer Regiment, being deployed in Kosovo, Lebanon and three times in Afghanistan.


As a Senior Officer, his main assignments have been:
• Staff Officer in the Current Operations section of J3 division of the Italian Joint Operations Command (COVI);
• Staff Officer in the Strategic Direction of Military Operations Office of the Italian Defense General Staff;
• Engineer Battalion Commander;
His main courses are:
• the US Army Engineer Captain Career Course 4-04;
• the Italian Army Staff Course;
• the “Curso de Estado Mayor de las Fuerzas Armadas” (Joint Staff Course) of the Spanish Amred Forces.


Since September 2020, he is the Concept Development SO1 of the Innovation Office of the Italian Army General Staff – Planning Division.
 

Major Samuel Albahari

Project Officer: Artificial Intelligence for Small Unit Maneuver , United States Special Operations Command
Major Samuel Albahari

MAJ Samuel Albahari is a distinguished military graduate from the University of Rhode Island and branched into the Field Artillery in 2008. Sam has held numerous operational assignments to include Fire Support Officer and Platoon leader with the 10th Mountain Division, as well as Battalion Fire Support Officer, Infantry Company Commander and Headquarters Battery Commander with the 101st Airborne Division. As an acquisition officer, MAJ Albahari has been an Assistant Program Manager within Program Executive Office Combat Support and Combat Service Support and a Project Officer in Program Manager Special Programs, United States Special Operations Command.

Mr James Amato

Executive Technical Director/Deputy to the Commander , US Army Test and Evaluation Command
Mr James Amato

Mr. James Amato was appointed as the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) Executive Technical Director/Deputy to the Commander position in October 2020. In this capacity, he oversees the technical execution of all ATEC test plans and reports, as well as the command’s evaluation strategy and analyses. He is also responsible for integrating the command’s instrumentation,
policy, modeling and simulation, and continuous business improvement projects. He ensures that Army and Office of the Secretary of Defense senior leaders have the essential information required before weapons and equipment are placed into the hands of Soldiers and throughout the lifecycle of those systems.


Mr. Amato formerly served as the Director of the U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA as a direct report unit to the Army Materiel Command from August 2013-February 2019. He later became the Director of the Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Data and Analysis Center (DAC) when AMSAA transitioned into the U.S. Army Futures Command and CCDC. He served in this role from February 2019 until October 2020.

Mr Jean-Charles Ledé

Autonomy Technical Advisor , Air Force Research Laboratory
Mr Jean-Charles Ledé

Mr. Ledé is the Autonomy Technical Advisor to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Commander overseeing the entire laboratory Autonomy and AI portfolio, and making recommendation on new programs leveraging internal and external research. Mr. Ledé is the senior AFRL representative in the OSD Autonomy Community of Interest and the Department of the Air Force AI Cross Functional Team. He also serves as the autonomy Member at Large for NATO Science and Technology Office System Concept and Integration Panel.
Prior to these positions, Mr. Ledé was a Program Manager at DARPA within the Tactical Technology Office and the Defense Sciences Office where he led multiple autonomy programs including the Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment (CODE), the Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA), the Centralized Control of Commercial Drones (C3D), and the Mobile Force Protection (MFP) programs. Before DARPA Mr. Ledé was the Director of Autonomous Systems at Raytheon Missile Systems, and Vice-president for Advanced Concepts at Aurora Flight Sciences.
 

Mr Mike Mays

CBRN Robotics & AI Integration, US Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center
Mr Mike Mays

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Robotics and AI Branch Chief , HQDA FDD, US Army
Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr. Stuart Hatfield is the G-8 Robotics Branch Chief, Headquarters, Department of the Army, where he manages the US Army’s $2.1 billion budget for Robotics and Autonomous Systems and small Unmanned Aerial Systems. He is the Army Staff lead integrator for Robotics, and he co-chairs the Joint RAS Enterprise to synchronize concepts, requirements, resources, technology, and standards for RAS across the Department of Defense.

Stu is a retired Army officer with 23 years of service in a variety of command, staff, and combat assignments as an Armored Cavalry officer and strategic planner, including multiple combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

Interim Director, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

Srinivasa Narasimhan is the Interim Director and Professor of the Robotics Institute at
Carnegie Mellon University. Robotics Institute is home to nearly 1000 faculty, students and
staff dedicated to education, research & development and dissemination of all areas related to
Robotics. Narasimhan obtained his PhD from Columbia University in Dec 2003. Within the
Robotics Institute, Narasimhan has established a world-class sensing group and has led the
development of numerous award winning imaging technologies (more than 8 best paper or
demo awards) with applications in every robotics field. He and his team are currently
working on futuristic cameras for non-line-of-sight imaging and non-invasive imaging deep
inside the body. Prior to being interim director, Narasimhan has also been part of the
Robotics Institute education leadership, serving as the first director of the world class Masters
program in Computer Vision. He serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of
Computer Vision and as an Area Chair of top computer vision conferences (CVPR, ICCV,
ECCV, BMVC, ACCV).

VENUE

Venue to be Confirmed

Arlington, Virginia, USA

A number of our clients have been approached by third party organisations offering to book hotel rooms. We would advise that you do not book through them as they are not representing the SMi Group. SMi Group books all hotel rooms directly. If you are approached by a third party organisation then please contact us before making any bookings. If you have already booked a hotel room using a third party organisation, we would highly recommend contacting the hotel you were booked into to ensure a booking has been made for you. We would also advise you to please check the terms and conditions of the booking carefully.
HOTEL BOOKING FORM

SAVE TO


Outlook Calendar  OUTLOOK CALENDAR
Google Calendar  GOOGLE CALENDAR
ICal Calendar  ICAL CALENDAR
Yahoo! Calendar  YAHOO! CALENDAR

Venue to be Confirmed

Arlington
USA

Venue to be Confirmed

HOTEL BOOKING FORM

Title

SubTitle
speaker image

Content


Title


Description

Download


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

Event Title

Headline

Text
Read More

I would like to speak at an event

I would like to attend an event

I would like to sponsor/exhibit at an event

SIGN UP OR LOGIN

Sign up
Forgotten Password?

Contact SMi GROUP LTD

UK Office
Opening Hours: 9.00 - 17.30 (local time)
SMi Group Ltd, Ground Floor, India House, 45 Curlew Street, London, SE1 2ND, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7827 6001
Website: http://www.smi-online.co.uk Email: events@smi-online.co.uk
Registered in England No: 3779287 VAT No: GB 976 2951 71




Forgotten Password

Please enter the email address you registered with. We will email you a new password.

Thank you for visiting our event

If you would like to receive further information about our events, please fill out the information below.

By ticking above you are consenting to receive information by email from SMi.
Full details of our privacy policy can be found here https://www.smi-online.co.uk/privacy-legals/privacy-policy/.
Should you wish to update your contact preferences at any time you can contact us at data@smi-online.co.uk.
Should you wish to be removed from any future mailing lists please click on the following link http://www.smi-online.co.uk/opt-out