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  1. 1. SPONSORED BY: @SMiGroupDefence #FAVSA2019 www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES BOOK BY DECEMBER 14TH AND SAVE £400 • BOOK BY JANUARY 31ST AND SAVE £200 • BOOK BY FEBRUARY 28TH AND SAVE £100 Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK Delivering Information Superiority to the Armoured Vehicle SMi Group proudly presents the 4th annual... 3rd-4th APRIL 2019 Future Armoured VehiclesSituational Awareness BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: • Exclusive Situational Awareness Military briefings from the United Kingdom, The United States, Germany, Norway, Romania and New Zealand • Gain the opportunity to meet with leading OEMs and System Integrators • Hear the very latest technological developments from research and industry that are enhancing combat effectiveness and connectivity, including: vetronic architectures, communications, battle management, acoustic sensors, optronics, displays, active protection and defensive aid suites • Attend a platform for the advancement of armoured vehicles situational awareness, bringing together those at the heart of systems operations, training, development and integration CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN: Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD EXPERT MILITARY AND INDUSTRY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge, SO1 Land Systems, Land Systems Programme, Platforms Division, DSTL, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Chad Preece, Capability Integration Lead, Protected Mobility Capability Project HQ NZDF Capability Branch, New Zealand Defence Force Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin, Chief of Armoured Office, Romanian MoD Major Ola Petter Odden, Development Officer, Combat Lab, Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces Captain-commandant Kristel Mostrey, Material Manager Piranha and Dingo, Belgian MoD Colonel (ret’d) Mike McCarthy, Deputy to the Commanding General, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, United States Army Mr Hans-Josef Maas, Armoured Fighting Vehicles Vetronics Project Leader, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment and Information Technology, Bundeswehr Mr Keith Smith, GVA Manager, Land Environment Operating Centre, DES, UK MoD Professor Merfyn Lloyd OBE, Visiting Professor, Vetronics Research Centre Mr Pasi Niemela, Chief Engineer C4ISTAR, Patria Land Systems Oy Mr Alex Koers, Co-founder and Director, Microflown AVISA
  2. 2. Register online at www.armouredvehicles-sa.com SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Justin Predescu, on +44 (0)20 7827 6130 or email jpredescu@smi-online.co.uk FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 2019 Day One | Wednesday 3rd April 2019 www.armouredvehicles-sa.com MEDIA PARTNERS 8.30 Registration Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD KEYNOTE OPENING ADDRESSES 9.10 The Vital Importance of Situational Awareness for modern Infantry Fighting Vehicles • An evaluation of the current British armoured vehicle platforms • How battlefield situational awareness is crucial for armoured vehicle survivability as well as lethality on the modern battlefield • The future of the British Army’s Armoured Vehicle Fleet Lieutenant Colonel Simon Routledge, SO1 Land Systems, Land Systems Programme, Platforms Division, DSTL, UK MoD 9.50 Digital Situational Awareness through Sensor Technology Development • Maximising digital sensor networks to improve inter-vehicle communication • Enhancing compatibility through modular digital architecture • Plug and play sensor suites: the ability to integrate sensor information and deliver a mission defined sensor • Real time digital intelligence gathering and dissemination to support situational awareness platforms Mr Hans-Josef Maas, Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Vetronics Project Leader, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment and Information Technology, Bundeswehr 10.30 Morning Coffee ARMOURED VEHICLE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 11.00 Improved Open Systems across the Land Environment for Effective Situational Awareness • Optimising Armoured Vehicle crew capabilities whilst reducing the current training burden • Enhanced interoperability through easier system management • The future of British Armoured vehicle programmes Mr Keith Smith, GVA Manager, Land Environment Operating Centre, DES, UK MoD 11.40 CASTLE: The State of the Art Acoustic Subarray • Acoustic localization of gunshots • Sound ranging • Tracking ground vehicles • Fire control Mr Alex Koers, Co-founder and Director, Microflown AVISA 12.20 Situational Awareness and UAS and C-UAS Operations • How the role of UAS will develop the future of situational awareness on the battlefield • Calculating how C2IS systems can successfully receive real time information and data from UAS • Measures for successful counter UAS Major Ola Petter Odden, Development Officer, Combat Lab, Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces 1.00 Networking Lunch MILITARY PROGRAMME UPDATES 2.00 Protected Mobility Capability Update • An update on the plan to modernise the New Zealand Defence Force’s light armoured vehicles, enhancing situational awareness across the fleet • Maintaining the effectiveness of New Zealand Defence Force’s protected land mobility capability • Highlighting the future situational awareness requirements for the New Zealand Defence Force mechanised capabilities Lieutenant Colonel Chad Preece, Capability Integration Lead, Protected Mobility Capability Project, NZDF Capability Branch, New Zealand Defence Force 2.40 The Future of Main Battle Tanks in Land Forces • Main battle tanks role in the future security challenges • Situational awareness requirements for the main battle tank of the Romanian Land Forces • Methods of training crews for maximised situational awareness • Maintenance support achievement for tank structures based on competence levels Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin, Chief of Armoured Office, Romanian MoD 3.20 Afternoon Tea 3.50 An Assessment of the Infantry Fighting Vehicle Piranha III’s survivability through Situational Awareness Maximisation • An appraisal on the successes and challenges of the Piranha III • Enhancing situational awareness capabilities through communications and real time intelligence gathering • Future development prospects for the Piranha III Captain-commandant Kristel Mostrey, Material Manager Piranha and Dingo, Belgian MoD MILITARY PANEL DISCUSSION PANEL DISCUSSION 4.30 Situational Awareness Requirements for Combat Platforms in Multi-Domain Battle and the Implications for the End User • Quantifying the value of situational awareness through training, simulation and joint exercises • Capturing situational awareness needs in platform requirements • Question and answer session with military experts Moderator: Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Chad Preece, Capability Integration Lead, Protected Mobility Capability Project, NZDF Capability Branch, New Zealand Defence Force Lieutenant Colonel Torcica Valentin, Chief of Armoured Office, Romanian MoD Major Ola Petter Odden, Development Officer, Combat Lab, Norwegian Army Land Warfare Centre, Norwegian Armed Forces Captain-commandant Kristel Mostrey, Material Manager Piranha and Dingo, Belgian MoD 5.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD
  3. 3. Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. Contact Natasha Boumediene on +44 (0) 207 827 6020 or email: nboumediene@smi-online.co.uk FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 2019 www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Day Two | Thursday 4th April 2019 8.30 Registration Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD KEYNOTE OPENING ADDRESSES 9.10 Enhancing Situational Awareness Across US Armoured Vehicle Fleets • The current initiatives to enhance all-round visibility • Enhancing space-based intelligence gathering and dissemination in supporting armoured vehicle deployments • Achieving crew-centric designs through enhanced cross- platform integration Colonel (ret’d) Mike McCarthy, Deputy to the Commanding General, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, United States Army 9.50 Utilising Effective Trials and Inter-Agency Cooperation for Optimal Situational Awareness • Trialling and implementing manned and unmanned operations for maximum situational awareness on the battlefield • Enhancing mounted and dismounted communications for instantaneous information dissemination • Assessing and overcoming the current challenges to optimising situational awareness capabilities faced by British Army Armoured Vehicles Speaker Session Reserved for ATDU, UK MoD 10.30 Morning Coffee SITUATIONAL AWARENESS PROGRAMME UPDATES 11.00 Understanding the Driving Requirements for Future Armoured Vehicle Situational Awareness • Elicitation of the driving requirements for full situational awareness • The essential role of architecture and associated technologies • Assessment of situational awareness solutions and future challenges Mr Daniel Ota, Team Lead Platform Capability Integration, Fraunhofer FKIE 11.40 Reserved for Sponsor 12.20 Discussing Potential Future Developments in Platform Situation Awareness (SA) Capability and the Critical Importance of Electronic Architectures with the Land Data Model (LDM) for Situation Prediction • Perception, Comprehension and Prediction – closing the loop on dynamic SA • Exploiting generic architectures and the Land Data Model • SA within the GVA/NGVA approach – the advantage of the generic awareness picture • Modular SA and electronic control – man and machine agent teaming, the building blocks for future combat platforms Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD 1.00 Networking Lunch CAPABILITY AND TECHNOLOGY BRIEFINGS 2.00 APS Data Flow and the Advantages for Situational Awareness • Successful system integration across British armoured fleets • Harnessing the biproduct of APS system data to enhance situational awareness capabilities • An update on the ICARUS and MEDUSA programmes Mr Richard Hooper, Principle Vetronics Engineer, DSTL, UK MoD 2.40 Situational awareness on the battlefield with indirectly controlled systems • Various roles of optionally manned, remote and autonomous systems • New human/machine interface possibilities Mr Pasi Niemela, Chief Engineer Product Management, Patria Land Systems Oy 3.20 Afternoon Tea 3.50 An Update on the Advancements in the Fields of Vetronics and Situational Awareness • Development of threat detection sensors and how to faster inform vehicle crew members of incoming threats • An in-depth analysis of how vetronics will work to link the fundamental sub-systems in any Armoured Fighting Vehicle • The future of vetronics and situational awareness Professor Merfyn Lloyd OBE, Visiting Professor, Vetronics Research Centre VETRONICS AND GVA EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSION PANEL DISCUSSION 4.30 Open Vetronic Architecture Development for Infantry Fighting Vehicles • Operational requirements for Open Reference Architectures • An update with regards to NGVA and NGVA alignment • Architecture question and answer session with military and agency experts Moderator: Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD Mr Hans-Josef Maas, Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Vetronics Project Leader, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment and Information Technology, Bundeswehr Mr Keith Smith, GVA Manager, Land Environment Operating Centre, DES, UK MoD Mr Daniel Ota, Team Lead Platform Capability Integration, Fraunhofer FKIE Professor Merfyn Lloyd OBE, Visiting Professor, Vetronics Research Centre 5.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Mr John Crozier, Technical Partner Urban Canyon Sixth Sense (UC6S), DSTL, UK MoD
  4. 4. SPONSORED BY: Microflown AVISA is a trusted partner of several NATO countries in the field of acoustic situational awareness. Based upon the Microflown, a unique sensor that measures acoustic particle velocity, the company provides unique low SWaP sensor nodes that provide acoustic directionality over the entire audio bandwidth. Loaded with proper firmware, these sensor nodes are able to detect, locate, track and classify all sorts of audible events, such as: • Small Arms Fire • RPGs • Mortars/ artillery • Drones and attack helicopters Hence, Microflown AVISA’s sensor nodes combine the traditional: • vehicle mounted gunshot localization systems • ground based sound ranging systems For the vehicles themselves, several capabilities are provided. Stand alone, a state of the art acoustic gunshot localization system is offered that also works when the vehicle is: • driving • providing outgoing fire It allows the cueing of: • remote weapon stations • on board cameras In a local network, a small array can be used for: • tracking heavy ground vehicles and helicopters • localizing hostile mortar positions • own fire control For the entire ground forces, above all counter battery, the networked mesh network array provides the vehicle mounted Mobile Sound Ranging Array capability, in essence similar to an active weapon location radar, but then: • passive • distributed • low power • unattended www.microflown-avisa.com Pleora is the world’s leading supplier of video interfaces for system manufacturers and camera companies serving the military, medical, and industrial automation sectors. The company was formed in 2000 and has gained a well-earned reputation for technology leadership and innovative video interface products. Manufacturers rely on our products, standards expertise, and systems knowledge to bypass development and integration complexities in a diverse range of demanding real-time imaging applications. To learn more visit: www.pleora.com Observis designs and delivers cost effective and long lifetime solutions for CBRNe reconnaissance vehicles. The key personnel of the company has more than 15 years of experience in delivering CBRNe recce vehicles, light and armoured. We know and understand the challenges and risks the recce teams face during operations and what is required to ensure the safety of the personnel. We comprehend the operational challenges and the importance of successful execution of reconnaissance missions. The solutions we offer are built on our ObSAS platform. ObSAS is a highly modular situational awareness software providing fully scalable platform for device and systems integration. It is completely hardware independent and can be implemented for virtually any size installation from a single CBRNe reconnaissance vehicle to a full nationwide network of sensors and auxiliary systems. With ObSAS we are able to provide our customers the most cost effective and long term solutions in terms of system lifetime upgradability and lifetime cost. www.observis.fi
  5. 5. SPONSORSHIP AUDIENCE PROFILE The participation of Future Armoured Vehicle Situational Awareness will once again provide a comprehensive update on the recent advancements achieved in the realm of land intelligence gathering, communication and protection for the vehicle and personnel. With focus on the collaboration between military, research, and industry, Future Armoured Vehicle Situational Awareness invites not only key programme managers, capability directors and operational commanders from national armed forces, but also ensures the participation of senior engineers, chief scientists and platform managers from leading solution providers. The very latest technology innovators and solution providers will be present to share their ground-breaking equipment with a captive audience all looking to advance their armoured vehicle situational awareness programmes and land security. The audience will include, but not be limited to: Military: • Heads of Land Systems • Operational Commanders of Land Systems • Directors of Mechanised Capability Planning • Armoured Vehicles Communications Managers • C2, C4i and ISTAR Leaders • Vetronics Experts • Optronics Engineers • GVA Architects • System Integration Project Managers • Heads of Electronic Warfare and Cyber Capability Industry: • Chief Engineers • Product Managers for Land Systems • Technical Directors • Heads of Land C4I • Heads of Subsystems • System Engineers • Armoured Vehicle Programme Managers BENEFITS OF SPONSORING FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLES SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 1. Educate the market on your company’s capability and make the business case for how they can solve your potential customers challenges and requirements 2. Build your brand so your solutions are front of mind when your prospects are putting potential solution providers on their short list 3. Meet and network with active buyers while there is still a chance to influence their purchase decision 4. Generate new leads through meeting new prospects from a variety of new countries and programmes
  6. 6. FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLES SITUATIONAL AWARENESS Main Conference: Wednesday 3th and Thursday 4th April 2019, Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London, United Kingdom 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 ONLINE www.armouredvehicles-sa.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, Ground First Floor, 1 Westminster Bridge Road London, SE1 7XW If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within 7 days of event require payment on booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given until payment has been received. Substitutions/Name Changes: If you are unable to attend you may nominate, in writing, another delegate to take your place at any time prior to the start of the event. Two or more delegates may not ‘share’ a place at an event. Please make separate bookings for each delegate. Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance at an event and you are unable to send a substitute, then we will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less a £50 administration charge, providing that cancellation is made in writing and received at least 28 days prior to the start of the event. Regretfully cancellation after this time cannot be accepted. We will however provide the conferences documentation via the Document Portal to any delegate who has paid but is unable to attend for any reason. Due to the interactive nature of the Briefings we are not normally able to provide documentation in these circumstances. We cannot accept cancellations of orders placed for Documentation or the Document Portal as these are reproduced specifically to order. If we have to cancel the event for any reason, then we will make a full refund immediately, but disclaim any further liability. Alterations: It may become necessary for us to make alterations to the content, speakers, timing, venue or date of the event compared to the advertised programme. Privacy policy / Opt Out: For full details on our privacy policy please go to http://smi-online.co.uk/privacy-legals/privacy-policy. If you no longer wish to receive email updates you can opt out by going to the following webpage http://www.smi-online.co.uk/opt-out Unique Reference Number Our Reference D-190 Terms and Conditions of Booking DELEGATE DETAILS DOCUMENTATION I cannot attend but would like to Purchase access to the following Document Portal/ Paper Copy documentation. 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