London, United Kingdom, March 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Just one week remains until the industry gathers at the only show of its kind dedicated to combat vehicle C4ISTAR. Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness Returns to Central London on 29th & 30th March and will offer guidance for those; looking to increase situational awareness capabilities in armoured vehicles; receive updates on technological developments into the next generation of future mission systems; and solutions on improving situational awareness in urban environments?
The programme for 2017 will include an international panel of senior military speakers from the French MOD, USA Army, DSTL, MOD Netherlands, Royal Netherlands Army and Norwegian Armed Forces. The line-up will also include key industry talks from those at the heart of driving technological developments such as Lockheed Martin, PSM, Microflown AVISA, Instro Precision Ltd, Leonardo MW Ltd, Safran Electronics and Defense and Thales Optronique SA.
The full speaker line-up and detailed agenda can be viewed online at www.armouredvehicles-sa.com/prcom
A snap shot of those confirmed include:
Amphenol Ltd | Airbus Defence and Space | Bertin Technologies | Brazilian Army | Cablex Pty Ltd | Department for International Trade | Domo Tactical Communications | FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S. | Hensoldt Optronics | Komatsu Ltd | Metravib | Multipix Imaging Ltd | Petards Joyce-Loebl Ltd | Qinetiq | Rockwell Collins | Secomak Ltd | Selex ES | Symeo | UAE GHQ | UK MoD | Vetronics Research Centre | Vislink Communications | WL Gore Associates
An attendee list is available to view in the event download centre.
Testimonials from some of those attending:
"I see this conference as the ideal platform for advancement in this complex area, and I would hope that we can extend the debate to explore and push the boundaries. Only through networking, sharing and learning with our peers can we develop our approaches to capability development and delivery." - Brigadier (ret) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, UK MoD, Director, IMP Castle Associates Limited
"All the sessions will provide valuable information about the challenges faced by every nation and insights applied by every solution, as well as the lessons learnt from previous experiences. In particular, 'Generic Vehicle Architecture to Enhance Network Enabled Capabilities and Improve Situational Awareness within the Vehicle' by Major Wouter Alexander Samson and 'Many Situations, Many Sensors, Many Effectors,' by Mr Guy Davies are of very particular interest for purpose of the Spanish 8X8." - Colonel Manuel Jesus De Hoyos Sanchez, Head of 8x8 VCR Programme, Spanish Army
"Many interesting topics." - Major Ola Petter Odden, Norwegian Army Combat Lab, Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces
"I am looking forward for support solutions in others international projects. Therefore it should be interesting to listen to sessions like 'generic vehicle architecture!'" - Martin Röder, Project Manager IT Department, PSM
Further information can be viewed online at www.armouredvehicles-sa.com/prcom
Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness
29th & 30th March 2017
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK
Sponsored by: Galleon Embedded Computing, Instro Precision Ltd, Kent Modular Electronics, Lockheed Martin, Microflown Avisa, Optsys & Bertin Technologies, Palomar Display Products, Photonis, Pleora Technologies Inc, RFEL, Safran Electronics and Defence
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