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  1. 1. Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom The SMi Group Proudly Presents its 2nd annual conference on... BOOK BY 14TH OF DECEMBER TO SAVE £400 • BOOK BY 31ST OF JANUARY TO SAVE £200 • BOOK BY FEBRUARY 28TH TO SAVE £100 www.robotics-autonomous.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 #RAS2019 Enhancing Operations with Unmanned Land Technology Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems 3rd - 4th APRIL 2019 Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshop, Tuesday 2nd April 2019 | Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom Enhancing Dismounted Soldier Operations with Military RAS Hosted by Lieutenant Colonel (Ret’d) Rob O’Connor, Former CO of ITDU, Pardus Defence and Security, UK 09:00am-12:30pm BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: 1. New for 2019: CBRN Detection, advancements in Artificial Intelligence and updates from the Robotics Complex Breach Concept 2. Hear the latest updates on the UK Ministry of Defence’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems Enhancement Programmes 3. Attend exclusive Military briefings from the United Kingdom, The United States, Finland, and the Netherlands 4. Discuss and debate the key role of unmanned technology in land operations through enhanced survivability, situational awareness, lethality, sustainability, and maneuverability 5. Benefit from a comprehensive approach to emerging land autonomous robotics with briefings from military, defence research, procurement agencies and military CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN: Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army SENIOR ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS EXPERTS: Host Nation Speakers: Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig, SO1 Capability and Cohesion, Army HQ, British Army Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager, Special Projects Search and Countermeasures (SPSCM), DES, UK MoD Major Dr Johnathan Green APMP MCMI, SO2 Military Advisor, CBR Division, DSTL, UK MoD Mr Peter Stockel, Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead, DSTL, UK MoD Regional Expert Speakers Colonel Warren Sponsler, Deputy Director, Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Jan Mazal, Doctrine Education and Training Branch Chief, NATO Modelling Simulation Major Tapio Saarelainen, Research and Development Department, Army Research Centre, Finland Major Martijn Hadicke, Commander Robot Autonomous Systems Cell, 13th Light Infantry Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army Dr. Robert W. Sadowski, Robotics Senior Research Scientist, TARDEC, US Army Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director of the US Army TRADOC Capability Manager for Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the Maneuver Center of Excellence, Maneuver Center/Army Futures Command Professor Amir Shapiro, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Industry Speaker: Mr Charles E. Dean, Vice President of Sales, Endeavor Robotics GOLD SPONSOR
  2. 2. Register online at www.robotics-autonomous.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, Sponsorship Manager, on +44 (0) 207 827 6130 or email jpredescu@smi-online.co.uk MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2019 Day One | Wednesday 3rd April 2019 www.robotics-autonomous.com SUPPORTED BY: 8.30 Registration Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 9.10 Robotic Autonomous Systems Technology and Developments in the British Army • Maximising RAS capabilities in improving overall situational awareness, force protection, lethality, sustainability and manoeuvrability • Current developments and challenges of integrating RAS systems in manned missions • Updates from the Army Warfighting Experiment (Autonomous Warrior Land 18) Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig, SO1 Coherence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army 9.50 Gold Sponsor Presentation Endeavor Robotics Mr Charles E. Dean, Vice President of Sales, Endeavor Robotics 10.30 Optimising soldier manoeuvrability through RAS implementation in force operations • Enhanced soldier manoeuvrability advancements in the Next- Gen Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team • Optimising manoeuvrability in unrestricted, restricted and dense urban terrain • Enhancing manoeuvrability to allow soldiers to deliver decisive lethality during combined arms manoeuvres Colonel Warren Sponsler, Deputy Director, Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team, US Army 11.10 Morning Coffee COUNTER IED AND INDUSTRY UPDATES 11.40 Maximising Counter-IED capacity in the British Army through RAS • Current British Army integration of C-IED systems • RAS survivability in hazardous environments and future developments • Challenges in the integration of C-IED RAS and maximising efficiency Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager, Special Projects and Counter Measures (SPSCM), DES, UK MoD 12.20 Networking Lunch FUTURE ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 1.20 Maximising Artificial Intelligence for Increased Robotic Autonomy • Current usage of AI for enhanced manoeuvrability in hazardous environments • Enhanced AI usage in the Finnish armed forces • Capitalising on AI for increased autonomy for land robotics Major Tapio Saarelainen, Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Army Research Centre, Finnish Defence Forces 2.00 Spider Robot Locomotion for UGV Exploitation • Enhancing survivability through ruggedization for different environments • Benefits and drawbacks of different robotic systems to improve sustainability, manoeuvrability, situational awareness, lethality and survivability • Practical applications for spider robot locomotion in military settings Professor Amir Shapiro, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 2.40 Afternoon Tea RAS MANOEUVRABILITY 3.10 Robotic Complex Breach Concept: the use of Multiple RAS Systems • Demonstrating the breach techniques used during the Robotic Complex Breach Concept • Lessons learned from implementing multiple systems for one operation • Enhancing soldier survivability through robotic breaches with enhanced situational awareness Major Gareth Morris, US Army Exchange Officer, Maneuver Battle Lab, Maneuver Center of Excellence 3.50 Cooperative Control: Coordinated Use of Multiple Unmanned Heterogeneous Systems • Cooperation of unmanned heterogeneous systems • Decision making for multiple unmanned systems • Situational awareness improvement • Demonstrations in a persistent surveillance and monitoring scenario Dr Hyo Sang Shin, Reader in GNC, Cranfield University MILITARY PANEL PANEL DISCUSSION 4.30 Optimising Ground Operations Through the Increased Use of Robotics and Autonomous Systems • Future advancements in manned-unmanned teaming • Enhancing the use of AI for increased manoeuvrability • Achieving strategic superiority through enhanced situational awareness Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army Colonel Warren Sponsler, Deputy Director, Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Richard Craig, SO1 Coherence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, British Army Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army RDECOM-TARDEC Major Tapio Saarelainen, Research Staff Officer, OF-3, Army Research Centre, Finnish Defence Forces 5.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army
  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 offers 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 MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2019 www.robotics-autonomous.com Day Two | Thursday 4th April 2019 8.30 Registration Coffee 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 9.10 Enhanced Robotic Modularity: Exploitation of Sustainable RAS • Analysing the advantages of using modular robotics for multiple combat scenarios • Enhancing the use of modular robotics for increased sustainability • Future advancements and gains from man-unmanned teaming • The use of the Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System (MAARS) Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army RDECOM-TARDEC 9.50 Strengthening Manoeuvrability and Sustainability of Last Mile Operations with Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Coalition Assured Autonomous Resupply (CAAR) • The current position and assessments of CAAR • Integration challenges for RAS use in a coalition scenario • Enhancing RAS capabilities to maximise manoeuvrability of resupply missions • Supporting logistics and survivability: reducing risks to military personnel and increasing efficiency of last mile logistics Mr Peter Stockel, Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead, DSTL, UK MoD 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 US Army Robotics Update • Current status of US Army Robotics • Improving Small Unit Lethality, Mobility, Protection, and Situational Awareness • Near Term Robotics Timeline • Foreign and US Industry Opportunities Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director of the US Army TRADOC Capability Manager for Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the Maneuver Center of Excellence, Maneuver Center/Army Futures Command, US Army 11.40 Sponsor Presentation Available SURVIVABILITY 12.20 Project Minerva: Enhancing Soldier Survivability through CBRN Detection • Advancements in the use of RAS for CBRN detection • Increasing capacity and decreasing training burdens • Enhancing survivability of soldiers and RAS systems through the effective monitoring of CBRN Major Johnathan Green, SO2 Military Advisor, CBR Division, DSTL, UK MoD 1.00 Networking Lunch 2.00 Ensuring Survivability: RAS Deployment in Dangerous Environments • Working agreements between human soldiers and intelligent military machines • Goal oriented reasoning for autonomous task execution by intelligent machines Major Martijn Hadicke, Commander Robot Autonomous Systems Cell, 13th Light Infantry Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 2.40 Advancing Future ISR Capabilities in Land Robotics • Current ISR capabilities • Developing sustainability of RAS through the use of modular systems • Gaining strategic superiority through improved situational awareness via the use of modular systems Lieutenant Colonel Jan Mazal, Doctrine Education and Training Branch Chief, NATO Modelling Simulation Centre of Excellence 3.20 Afternoon Tea 3.50 Detection and Removal: Enhancing Counter-IED Capabilities • Optimising C-IED neutralisation capabilities through navigation systems and explosive detection technologies • Strengthening machine learning technology to maximise survivability via collision and explosives avoidance • Developing C-IED capacities for multiple operating environments against evolving threats Major (Ret’d) Lloyd Davies, Director, Five Three Alpha 4.30 Role of Connectivity in Future Autonomous Driving in Uncertain/ Unknown Environments • Enhancing connectivity for increased robotic survivability • Connectivity issues in difficult and unknown environments • Increased manoeuvrability through continuous connectivity Dr Saber Fallah, Senior Lecturer - Associate Professor, University of Surrey 5.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Brigadier (ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army
  4. 4. Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshop Tuesday 2nd April 2019, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom 09:00am-12:30pm Workshop leader: Lieutenant Colonel (Ret’d) Rob O’Connor, Former CO of ITDU, Pardus Defence and Security, UK Overview of the workshop: This exploit will use the tactical framework of FIND, FIX, STRIKE and EXPLOIT to examine how robotics and autonomous systems can enhance dismounted soldier operations. This is not a series of lectures but a vehicle for a free and frank discussion. Benefits of attending: This workshop will aim to explore the current challenges around the current usage of robotics and autonomous systems in dismounted soldier operations. It will also examine strategies and future developments in a free-flowing discussion between attendees. The workshop will provide the opportunity to learn and discuss the topic in a more intimate environment, conductive for learning and gaining invaluable insight into the world of land robotics and autonomous systems. About the workshop leader: Rob O’Connor is a retired Army officer. He was commissioned into the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment (now the Yorkshire Regiment) in 1990 and has 26 years of experience as an infantry officer including command of a rifle platoon, close observation platoon, support weapons company, armoured infantry rifle company and the Infantry Trials and Development Unit (ITDU). He has spent more than six years deployed on operations in Afghanistan, Kosovo, Bosnia and Northern Ireland. Rob has been heavily involved in capability development. He served in what was then the Directorate of Equipment Capability – Ground Manoeuvre (DEC GM) in the Ministry of Defence and as the Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) Programme Manager within Defence Equipment and Support (DES). Rob’s final role in the Army was command of ITDU. Rob is now the director of Pardus Defence Security Ltd, an independent defence consultancy. Organisation synopsis: Pardus Defence Security Ltd provides a consulting service working in support of equipment manufacturers to align integrated equipment solutions with government (defence and security) capability requirements. Pardus offers business development support to help companies bring new products to market as well as helping expand the sales footprint of existing product lines. We can mentor companies through the trials and development process to ensure that they are ready for MOD competitions and experimentation. Agenda 9:00 Registration and coffee 9:30 Key Aspects and Concepts • Exploring the key themes around RAS developments including key priorities for the British Army, namely: survivability, sustainability, lethality, manoeuvrability and situational awareness 10:00 Find • How can RAS be used to gain information and intelligence that will identify enemy locations capabilities and intentions? • Examples include the use of UAS and UGV to detect, recognise, identity and locate enemy forces, can we do more? 10:30 Fix • How can RAS be used to deny the enemy freedom of action and ability to manoeuvre? • Traditional uses of RAS include the use of UAS to coordinate indirect fire • How else do we exploit RAS to deliver the effect? 11:00 Morning Coffee 11:20 Strike • How do we use RAS to focus combat power at a point of enemy weakness and from which critical assets can be attacked? • The UK and US have both looked at autonomous resupply to enable manoeuvre. Is there a more kinetic application for RAS? 11:50 Exploit • How can RAS be used to release the full benefits of a tactical advantage? • Do we have the information infrastructure to deliver RAS solutions? 12:20 Closing Remarks 12:30 Close of Workshop Enhancing Dismounted Soldier Operations with Military RAS
  5. 5. Benefits of Sponsoring Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems 2019: 1. Launch new products or services at Robotics and Autonomous Systems and give your company the opportunity to share the latest solutions with a senior audience 2. Educate the market on your company’s capability and make the business case for how they can solve your potential customers challenges and requirements 3. Build your brand so your solutions are in the mind of prospective clients looking for solution providers to fulfil their needs 4. Meet and network with active buyers and more importantly; senior decision makers while there is still a chance to influence their purchase decision 5. Generate new leads through meeting new prospects from a variety of new countries and programmes GOLD SPONSOR: Based in United States, Endeavor Robotics is the world’s largest supplier of tactical unmanned ground vehicles, delivering more than 6,500 robots to customers in over 40 countries. Every day Endeavor products operate in areas of conflict, assist law enforcement agencies, and respond to natural disasters to protect lives. Endeavor Robotics is 100% based in the United States, including RD, manufacturing, staffing and ownership, and draws on 28 years of experience. For more, visit us at EndeavorRobotics.com, or on Twitter at @EndeavorRobotic. www.endeavorrobotics.com The audience will include – but not be limited to: • Programme managers for robotics and autonomous systems • Lead engineers, Autonomous Systems • Heads of land capability • Senior Scientists for land Systems • Chiefs of Procurements and Land Developments • Key Researchers in Land Technologies Developments • Academics and Robotic Systems Technical Experts
  6. 6. MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS Conference: Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th of April 2019, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshop: Tuesday 2nd April 2019, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 ONLINE www.robotics-autonomous.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd., Ground and 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 DOCUMENTATION I cannot attend but would like to Purchase access to the following Document Portal/ Paper Copy documentation. 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