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  1. 1. Hilton Arlington, Virginia, USA SMi Group Proudly Presents… North America’s only Conference Dedicated to Dismounted Soldier and Marine Equipment Modernization and Capability Development www.futuresoldierusa.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 @SMiGroupDefence #futuresoldierusa Lead Sponsor Gold Sponsor Sponsored by EXPERT MILITARY AND TECHNICAL SPEAKERS: Brigadier General Anthony Potts, Commanding General, PEO Soldier, US Army (Subject to Final Confirmation) Brigadier General A.J. Pasagian, Commander Marine Corps Systems Command, USMC Brigadier David Smith, Director General Integrated Soldier Systems, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Army Major General (Ret’d) John Charlton, Former Commanding General, US Army Test & Evaluation Command Brigadier Matt Jackson DSO RM, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines Mr Douglas Tamilio, Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center, US Army CCDC Mr Joe L’Etoile, Director Close Combat Lethality Task Force, US DoD (Subject to Final Confirmation) Colonel Troy Denomy, PM Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army Colonel Elliott Caggins, Project Manager Soldier Weapons, PEO Soldier, US Army Colonel Travis Thompson, Chief of Staff CFT Soldier Lethality/ Director TCM Soldier, US Army Futures Command Colonel Joe Bookard, Director Rapid Equipping Force, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Vince Morris, PdM Ground Soldier Systems (GSS), PM SWAR, PEO Soldier, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Kurz, Commander Concepts & Integration Squadron, US Army Asymmetric Warfare Group Dr Corde Lane, Director of Human Research & Engineering Directorate, US Army Research Laboratory Colonel (Ret’d) Edwin Davis, Acting Director Maneuver Battle Lab, CDID, US Army INDUSTRY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Mr Mathias Nakatsui, System Engineering Manager, STAR-PAN System Architect, Glenair Mr Jerry Hathaway, Vice President and General Manager, Electro-Optical & Infrared Systems, Leonardo DRS Mr Itay Weiss, CEO & Reserve Major, Israeli Navy, Secubit Ltd FN America, Speaker Name TBC BOOK BY 29TH MARCH AND SAVE $400 • BOOK BY 30TH APRIL AND SAVE $200 • BOOK BY 31ST MAY AND SAVE $100 BENEFITS OF ATTENDING • Participate in the only event in North America focused solely on Soldier and Marine equipment modernization and capability development • Hear the latest developments from innovative and cutting-edge soldier modernization projects including Soldier Warrior, Nett Warrior, IVAS, Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad and many others • Meet and network with the senior officers and civilians at the forefront of soldier capability development in the US Army and Marine Corps FUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY USA FUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY USA 2019 24th -25th JUNE
  2. 2. Dear Colleague, It is with great pleasure that I invite you to join us at Future Soldier Technology USA, taking place on the 24th-25th of June in Arlington, VA, USA., North America’s premier conference dedicated solely to dismounted Soldier and Marine equipment modernization and capability development. The meeting will bring together a community of key government planners, policy makers, combat and materiel developers, and decision-makers as well as industry partners, to drive discussion on the future of Soldier/Marine modernization and accelerate promising close combat initiatives. In the face of identified pacing threats, rapid technological developments and the changing nature of warfare in the 21st century, the dismounted Soldier/Marine remains the key conduit for success in modern multi-domain operations. The US and coalition militaries recognize the need to strengthen and more tightly integrate both the individual Soldier/Marine and the squad, as reflected in the Army’s key modernization priority of enhancing soldier lethality and achieving the new level of warfighting overmatch. The task of developing a more lethal, mobile, survivable, connected, and resilient Soldier/Marine are being aided by leveraging innovative and immersive technologies including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and augmented, “mixed” or virtual reality. With innovative projects and programs under developments including next generation weapons and fire control (NGSW-AR/R/FC), Nett Warrior, IVAS and Squad X, there has never been a more key time to discuss how new technologies and agile approaches to soldier modernization can help produce a more “expeditionary, mobile, hardened, and intuitive” war-fighter. This high-level, immersive gathering with support from the DoD community, PEO Soldier, USMC Systems Command, US Army Futures Command, the Close-Combat Lethality Task Force and an array of international military representatives, will drive critical thinking and provide a platform for government, academia, and industry to join together to address the latest developments and requirements for dismounted Soldier/Marine operations. I believe this conference is the perfect forum for this important topic and I would hope that we can, through the medium of spirited discussion and networking, enhance our approach, analysis, and solutions to address close combat overmatch against pacing threats. I urge you to join us in June 2019 to participate alongside a diverse set of international experts and decision makers, in both the dismounted soldier situational awareness focus day and the wider conference to realize this goal. Looking forward to your presence, Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army BOOK BY 29TH MARCH AND SAVE $400 • BOOK BY 30TH APRIL AND SAVE $200 • BOOK BY 31ST MAY AND SAVE $100 Register online at www.futuresoldierusa.com Future Soldier TechnologY USA www.futuresoldierusa.com Hear the very latest from senior military personnel and decision makers Listen to senior DoD personnel and international guest speakers Meet and network with key military speakers and programme managers EXPERT MILITARY AND TECHNICAL SPEAKERS: Brigadier General Anthony Potts, Commanding General, PEO Soldier, US Army (Subject to Final Confirmation) Brigadier General A.J. Pasagian, Commander Marine Corps Systems Command, USMC Brigadier David Smith, Director General Integrated Soldier Systems, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Army Major General (Ret’d) John Charlton, Former Commanding General, US Army Test & Evaluation Command Brigadier Matt Jackson DSO RM, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines Mr Douglas Tamilio, Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center, US Army CCDC Mr Joe L’Etoile, Director Close Combat Lethality Task Force, US DoD (Subject to Final Confirmation) Colonel Troy Denomy, PM Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army Colonel Elliott Caggins, Project Manager Soldier Weapons, PEO Soldier, US Army Colonel Travis Thompson, Chief of Staff CFT Soldier Lethality/ Director TCM Soldier, US Army Futures Command Colonel Joe Bookard, Director Rapid Equipping Force, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Vince Morris, PdM Ground Soldier Systems (GSS), PM SWAR, PEO Soldier, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Kurz, Commander Concepts & Integration Squadron, US Army Asymmetric Warfare Group Dr Corde Lane, Director of Human Research & Engineering Directorate, US Army Research Laboratory Colonel (Ret’d) Edwin Davis, Acting Director Maneuver Battle Lab, CDID, US Army INDUSTRY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Mr Mathias Nakatsui, System Engineering Manager, STAR-PAN System Architect, Glenair Mr Jerry Hathaway, Vice President and General Manager, Electro-Optical & Infrared Systems, Leonardo DRS Mr Itay Weiss, CEO & Reserve Major, Israeli Navy, Secubit Ltd FN America, Speaker Name TBC
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Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 Future Soldier TechnologY USA DAY ONE | 24th JUNE 2019 www.futuresoldierusa.com 8.30 Registration & Coffee 8.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS 9.00 Transforming the Warfighter’s Equipment and Capabilities to Dominate the 21st Century Battlefield • Improving close combat preparedness to ensure the infantry soldier can fight and win in complex tactical environments • Providing next generation weapons and ensuring the soldier is equipped with effective optronic accessories for maximum lethality • Reducing physical and cognitive burden through Adaptive Soldier Architecture • Closely coordinating programmes and projects to ensure effective capability integration • Ensuring capability development is equally prioritized as well as equipment and materiel modernization Brigadier General Anthony Potts, Commanding General PEO Soldier, US Army (Subject to Final Confirmation) 9.30 Enhancing Soldier Lethality and Survivability through Marine Corps Equipment Modernization and Development • Prioritizing lethality, mobility, and survivability in Marine Corps equipment modernization programmes • Improving firepower through new combat weapon suites • Lightening the load for Marines: acquiring better, lighter and more effective personal protective equipment • Ensuring survivability is not compromised through lighter protective equipment • The future vision for Marine Expeditionary Forces to succeed in multi-domain operations Brigadier General A.J. Pasagian, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command, USMC 10.00 Next Generation Interconnectivity Powering Mission Success • Understanding Mission Profiles • Adaptive Technology to Meet the Profiles • Tactical Engineering and Integrated Manufacturing Capability • Tactical Applications • Worldwide Technical and Logistical Support Mr Mathias Nakatsui, System Engineering Manager, STAR-PAN System Architect, Glenair 10.30 Morning Coffee ENHANCING LETHALITY 11.00 Delivering Lethality Overmatch and Close Combat Superiority Through Innovative New Technologies • The Close Combat Lethality Task Force’s mission increasing dismounted soldier lethality and overmatch • Upgunning infantry squads through the Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW), providing greater accuracy and lethality, whilst reducing recoil and weight • Further projects leveraging innovative S&T for greater soldier lethality • Increasing agility within acquisition and capability development, working with industry and research to deliver the best possible equipment Mr Joe L’Etoile, Director Close Combat Lethality Task Force (CCLTF), US DoD (Subject to Final Confirmation) 11.30 Next Generation Weapon Systems for the Dismounted Soldier: Increasing Range and Accuracy • Enhancing individual and crew served weapons for lethality overmatch • The Squad Designated Marksman rifle: Increasing range, accuracy, and lethality for infantry squads • Boosting small arms firepower through the modular handgun system (MHS), with enhanced laser and light-based aiming • Increasing efficiency through wireless fire control, improving loading and ammunition integration • Testing and fielding the latest weapons and weapon technology Colonel Elliott Caggins, Project Manager Soldier Weapons, PEO Soldier, US Army 12.00 Chasing the Future, Running from the past of Soldier Systems • Advances into new Soldier capabilities are being driven by commercial technology  • Developing systems and capabilities which utilize commercial’s rapid advances with an eye toward the primary missions of shooting, moving, communicating and sustaining both on and off the battlefield will require a new paradigm in defense research, development, testing and production • Advanced soldier systems such as ENVG-B and IVAS are bridging these commercial and defense worlds and creating new unique capabilities and challenges, some of which are presented here Mr Jerry Hathaway, Vice President and General Manager, Electro- Optical & Infrared Systems, Leonardo DRS 12.30 The Future of Lethality: Embedding Immersive Technologies into Soldier Systems for Enhanced Capabilities • The future of lethality for the dismounted soldier: How the cross functional team for soldier lethality can deliver cutting edge advancements in soldier capability • Integrating immersive technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) into dismounted soldier technology • Supplying real time tactical data to the soldier in the wearer’s field of vision, including blue force tracking and geospatial information • Other current and future programmes aimed at enhancing soldier lethality, and the CFT’s vision for future soldier lethality Colonel Travis Thompson, Chief of Staff, Soldier Lethality Cross Functional Team and Director of Soldier TCM-S, US Army CDID 1.00 Networking Lunch ADAPTIVE SOLDIER ARCHITECTURE 2.00 Soldier and Squad System Integration and for Improved Combat Effectiveness • Soldier modernization through a ‘soldier and squad as a platform’ approach, integrating multiple systems for enhanced capabilities at individual and squad level • Improving soldier power and weight considerations through a central processing unit and a single battery source • Enhancing soldier mobility in diverse environments • The need for greater access to data for the soldier at the lowest tactical level Colonel Troy Denomy, Project Manager Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army 2.30 Nett Warrior: Integrating C4I Technology to Achieve Greater Dismounted Situational Awareness • Ensuring faster and more informed battlefield decision making by increasing dismounted situational awareness • Leveraging COTS smartphone technology to aid the warfighter • Combining tactical navigation, targeting, and communications data in a single display • Ensuring effective connectivity through multiple networks, for greater communication reliability • Increasing integrated capabilities through open architecture design Lieutenant Colonel Vince Morris, PdM Ground Soldier Systems (GSS), PM SWAR, PEO Soldier, US Army 3.00 The Impact of Connected Weapons in the Future Battlefield • The Future Battlefield’s challenges  • What information will we get from the Future Soldier • How AI will impact the Future Battlefield   • Weapon logic & future systems integration • AI-powered decision making  Mr Itay Weiss, CEO & Reserve Major, Israeli Navy, Secubit Ltd 3.30 Afternoon Tea INNOVATION IN SOLDIER MODERNIZATION PROGRAMS 4.00 Transforming Soldier Mobility through Robotics & Autonomous Systems • Embedding RAS into dismounted soldier operations • How the Maneuver Battle Lab is expanding RAS capabilities through advanced testing and experimentation • Lightening the load through the Squad Multi-Purpose Equipment Transport • Leveraging miniature land and air-based RAS, such as soldier borne Nano-drones • Potential for further autonomous sensors to improve dismounted situational awareness Colonel (Ret’d) Edwin Davis, Acting Director Maneuver Battle Lab, US Army 4.30 A Human Factors Approach to Enhancing Soldier Modernization and Lethality • Engaging in innovative human performance research to further future soldier capabilities • Evaluating and reducing cognitive and physical burdens to the dismounted soldier • Empowering the soldier through research & analysis supporting the Synthetic Training Environment, increasing lethality battle preparedness • Research and experimentation to human/system integration in support of the notion of ‘soldier as a system’ Dr Corde Lane, Director, Human Research & Engineering Center, U.S. Army Research Laboratory 5.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army 5.15 Evening Networking Drinks Reception Hosted by Lead Sponsor Glenair
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SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES, AND US DOD COMPLIMENTARY PASSES AVAILABLE 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.20 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS 9.30 Empowering the Warfighter and Maximizing Combat Effectiveness Through Advanced Science & Technology Research • Ensuring soldiers are effectively equipped and to face the challenges of the modern battlefield • Advanced research with a ‘human factors’ focus to maximize the potential of the warfighter • Optimizing soldier performance including lethality and sustainability through research and experimentation • Taking a holistic approach to soldier protection, developing new innovative materials to transform survivability Mr Douglas Tamilio, Director Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center, US Army CCDC 10.00 The Soldier and the Changing Nature of Warfare in the 21st Century • Assessing the past development of the modern infantry soldier to further understand potential future soldier requirements • The wars of the future: The role of the individual soldier in the multi- domain warfare concept • Emphasising human factors in soldier capability enhancement: the need to consider soldier physical and mental performance as well as new technology • Challenges in developing and acquiring new soldier equipment in an era of rapid technological change Major General (Ret’d) John Charlton, Former Commander US Army Test Evaluation Command, US Army Test and Evaluation Command 10.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor FN America 11.00 Morning Coffee INTERNATIONAL SOLDIER MODERNIZATION PROGRAM UPDATES 11.30 Enhancing Royal Marines Equipment and Capabilities to Meet Future Operational Requirements • Current priorities and efforts to ensure the individual Royal Marine is able to dominate diverse battlefield environments • Preparing Marines for urban, mountain, jungle, and littoral warfare, and equipping them for operational success • Leveraging new technology to aide situational awareness and communications in dismounted operations • Future vision for Royal Marine squads reflecting the changing nature of warfare Brigadier Matt Jackson DSO RM, Commander, 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines 12.00 Empowering the Australian Soldier through Next Generation Equipment Acquisition and Capability Integration • Land 125: providing Australian soldiers with advanced gear and equipment that meet the modern combat requirements • Improving ballistic protection through the Australian Soldier Combat System: new body armour and helmet requirements • Increasing survivability by reducing signature detectability • Future sub-phases and integrating innovative exoskeleton and battlefield UAVS Brigadier David Smith, Director General Integrated Soldier Systems, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Australian Army 12.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor 1.00 Networking Lunch NEW APPROACHES TO SOLDIER EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION & CAPABILITIES DEVELOPMENT 2.00 Facilitating Agile Equipment Development to Enhance the Warfighter’s Fighting Capabilities • The role of REF in rapid non-standard equipment development to augment soldier equipment modernization efforts • Meeting the needs of the dismounted soldier to ensure increased lethality and survivability • Working closely with dismounted soldier and in theater to ensure the most agile equipment development • Priorities in non-standard equipment development: mission control, fire protection, and dismounted ISR • Lessons to be learned from the REF’s agile processes Colonel Joe Bookard, Director of Rapid Equipping Force, US Army 2.30 Strengthening Soldier Lethality by Adapting to Complex and Asymmetric Threats • Contributing to soldier capability development through the work of the Asymmetric Warfare Group • The need for agile response to new and complex threats in the 21st century battlefield to prepare soldiers for multi-domain operations • Enhancing lethality and survivability for the dismounted soldier • Identifying and bridging capability gaps through close work with partnership with other Army organizations Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Kurz, Squadron Commander , Asymmetric Warfare Group 3.00 Afternoon Tea 3.30 Integrated Soldier System Suite: Enhancing Dismounted Situational Awareness for Canadian Infantry Soldiers • Developing new integrated C4I systems for the dismounted soldier to improve the close combat common operating picture • Network-enabled communications for greater command and control functions • Leveraging enhanced navigation, night vision goggles and thermal binoculars, wearable communication systems into battle uniforms, and multi-modal soldier information systems Session Reserved for Project Director ISSP, Name TBC, Department of National Defence 4.00 Soldier Modernization in the next Decades: Encouraging Agility and Innovation, Respecting Lessons Learned • Big “A” Acquisition as a “Team of Teams” • Building awareness of and managing the risks and opportunities of innovation and integration • Managing polarities at play: Visionary AND Practical, Agile AND Deliberate, Creative AND Disciplined • Benchmarking industry and government best practices that transition new ideas to integrated capabilities Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army 4.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Colonel (Ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army Future Soldier TechnologY USA DAY TWO | 25th JUNE 2019 www.futuresoldierusa.com
  5. 5. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their business at our conferences please call: Sadia Malick on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk Glenair is a global manufacturer of interconnect technology for high-reliability applications. Our lightweight/miniature connectors are used on a wide variety of platforms from fixed wing and rotor aircraft, ground vehicles and every class of UAV. Our tactical soldier systems and interconnect technologies have become industry standards and are used on more JTAC and DACSAS systems than all other miniaturized connector series combined. The Glenair multiport STAR-PAN™ USB hub and power distribution systems are engineered and manufactured under ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C certified quality conditions in our 1,000,000 ft2 Southern California factory. The STAR-PAN™ system is designed for maximum open compatibility with non-proprietary Ethernet and USB data interfaces with the basic protocol being GSA compliant USB 2.0. STAR-PAN™ is both Nett warrior & NATO compatible. The STAR-PAN™ System is also capable of smart charging and power distribution utilising the broad range of current in-service military batteries, as well as Direct Current (DC) power sources including vehicle power, solar panels, kinetic energy devices and fuel cells. The STAR-PAN™ product line is an open architecture system and is compliant with the UK MOD/NATO standard. www.glenair.com Leonardo DRS (formerly DRS Technologies) is a leading technology innovator and supplier of integrated products, services and support to military forces, intelligence agencies and prime contractors worldwide. Specializing in naval and maritime systems, ground combat mission command and network computing, global satellite communications and network infrastructure, aviation support and avionics systems, and intelligence and security solutions. Headquartered in Arlington, VA, Leonardo DRS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A. www.leonardodrs.com FN America, LLC, is a U.S. subsidiary of FN Herstal, S.A., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of high-quality, reliable firearms for military, law enforcement, and commercial customers worldwide. Headquartered in McLean, VA, with manufacturing operations in Columbia, SC, FN America is passionately committed to providing its customers with a portfolio of products, training, and support services under the FN brand name that enhance their performance and safeguard their lives. www.fnamerica.com Secubit brings military veterans together with AI & product design experts on a mission to transform tactical readiness worldwide. We develop and manufacture innovative products, bringing global armies and law enforcement agencies to the next level of tactical performance. Secubit aims to redefine the perception of weapon usage & tactical readiness by developing an eco-system powered by AI, connectivity and shared knowledge base. Our technology, both from tactical & maintenance perspectives, will ultimately drive the force to perform more efficiently. www.secubit-ltd.com Register online at www.futuresoldierusa.com Lead Sponsor: Sponsored by: Gold Sponsor: 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 Shannon Cargan +44 (0)20 7827 6138 or email scargan@smi-online.co.uk Supported byKey media partner BENEFITS OF SPONSORING FUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY USA 2019 • Educate the market on your company’s new products and services and give your company the opportunity to branch out into the US market • Learn how to do business with active buyers and program managers within soldier modernization programs actively seeking to develop their capabilities with the latest technology • Generate new leads through networking with active buyers while there is still a chance to influence their purchase decision • Build your brand so that your solutions are at front of mind when prospects are putting potential solution providers on their shortlist Future Soldier TechnologY USA SPONSORS
  6. 6. FUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY USA Conference: 24th-25th June 2019, Hilton Arlington, Virginia, USA 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 ONLINE at www.futuresoldierusa.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, Ground Floor, India House, 45 Curlew Street, London SE1 2ND 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. 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