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    • 5th ANNUALINFANTRY BOOK ANd PAY BY 27tH MAY 2011 AND SAvE UP TO £300WEAPONS 2011EqUIPPINg ThE WARFIghTER WITh ThE NEXT gENERATIONOF OFFENSIvE cAPABILITIESvENUE: Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington EXcLUSIvE BRIEFINgS FROm:cONFERENcE: 27th-28th September 2011 Brig gen milan Knezevic, Head ofPRE-cONFERENcE WORKShOPS: 26th September 2011 Material Resources Directorate, croatian ministry of defence col Tracy Tafolla (USmc), Director 1 • INF 2 01 A Joint Non-Lethal Weapons S N Directorate, US dOd Y W E A P ON TR Flag Lt. col Soonho Jeong, Defence Y WEAPO O cers 1 * Acquisition Programme and above go for FRE Administration, Republic of Korea E TR Lt col Jeffery Stower, Project N N S Manager, Infantry Weapons, United 20 1 1 • I N FA States marine corpsAT INFANTRY WEAPONS 2011, YOU WILL: Lt cdr gabrie geelof, SO1 Small Arms, Netherlands mOdt Hear about the latest developments around infantry-issued airburst weapon systems such as the US Xm25 and the Korean K11, including maj Bruce gilchrist, Director Land information on the testing, deployment and planned future developments Requirements 5-5, canadian Forces for ammunition and fire control systems John heinsohn, PM Individual Weapons Office, US Army, NATOt Discover how the canadian Small Arms modernisation Project and the Powered Rail concept British Soldier System Lethality Office are aiming to deliver networking integrated direct fire capabilities to its soldiers, and how caseless ammunition maj Adam Wilson, S02 Lethality, Infantry Trials and Development will play a fundamental part in these next generation weapon systems Unit, HQ Land Forces, UK mOdt Updates into European procurement and modernisation programmes, maj Tiberius Tomoiaga, R&D including the croatian transition from 7.62x39mm to 5.56 NATO Programme Manager, Romanian ammunition in their current trial rifle Individual Fighting Systemt Learn how US Special Operations command SOF are utilising switch calibre maj Rune Nesland, Training and weapons platforms to improve soldier flexibility and adapt one single Doctrine Command, Norwegian system to multiple mission sets Armyt Assess the latest developments in the US marine corps’ attempt to replace its captain maximilian gleixner, inventory of M249 light machine guns with the new m27 infantry automatic Infantry Future Developments Section, german Army rifle, and apply this feedback to your modernisation programmes dr martin hubbard, dSTLWORKShOP A 9:00-11:30 WORKShOP B 12:00-15:00 david Armstrong, Small ArmsImPROvINg mILITARY LESS-ThAN- REdUcINg ThE BURdEN ON ThE Engineering Section, US NavalLEThAL SOLUTIONS ANd dEvELOPINg mOdERN SOLdIER Surface Warfare centreFLEXIBLE WEAPON SYSTEmS Jeremy Smith, Head of Defence Analysis charlie clark, Infantry Weaponscol Tracy Tafolla, Joint Non-Lethal Group, cranfield defence and Security Capability Officer, US mARINEWeapons Directorate, dod University cORPSdr hubbard, dSTL Jeremy Smith, Head of Defence Analysis Group, cranfieldWWW.INFANTRYWEAPONScONF.cOm UniversitySPONSORS mEdIA PARTNERS Lennart Ljungfelt, President, Aimpoint carl Wallace, CEO, T Works venturesTEL: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EmAIL: dEFENcE@IqPc.cO.UK
    • www.infantryweaponsconf.comPRE-cONFERENcE WORKShOPS – 26Th SEPTEmBER 2011WORKShOP A, 9:00 - 11:30:ImPROvINg mILITARY LESS-ThAN-LEThAL SOLUTIONS ANd dEvELOPINg FLEXIBLE WEAPON SYSTEmScol Tracy Tafolla (USmc), Director Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, dOddr martin hubbard, Less-than-Lethal Systems, dSTLThe shift towards counter insurgency and peace keeping operations over the past decade has resulted in greater demand for soldiers to be deployed with a less-than-lethal capability to bridge the gap between verbal warning and opening fire.This workshop will provide an interactive session examining the current options available to soldiers and how these capabilities will be improved over the next 18-24months. Topics for discussion will include:w Suitability of independent or integrated solutions (i.e. under slung non-lethal options)w Increasing effectiveness of non-lethal systems whilst reducing chance of fatalitiesw Flexible solutions during engagements - Transferring from non-lethal to lethalw Challenges of making next-generation less-than-lethal weapons man portable and lightweightw Simplifying the test and evaluation processcONFERENcE AgENdA dAY ONE – 27Th SEPTEmBER 201108.30 cOFFEE & REgISTRATION w Ongoing weapon integration efforts and solutions for creating scalable effects w Next generational illumination solutions for night operations09.00 chairman’s Opening Remarks Jan hasslid, Vice President Marketing, Medium and Large Calibre Division,09.10 Integrating an Airburst grenade Launcher onto an Infantry Rifle: NAmmO Procurement and deployment of the K11 into the Republic of 14.40 Improving the Effectiveness of <<Netherlands>> dismounted Korea’s Army Soldiers: Optical Sighting Systems Replacement Programmes w Overview of the requirements and resulting specification of the K11 platform w Overview current and future requirements, including optical and red dot w Over-barrel grenade launcher: Examination of grenade types and the sights, thermal imagers, night vision goggles etc. advantages of 20mm vs. 25mm munitions w The Challenges associated with integrating optics within soldiers systems w Structure for deployment within the Republic of Korea’s Army and and small arms feedback from those trained on the platform w Maximising return on investment in period of budget cuts w Planned alterations to the system to improve user experience and w Test protocols: Evaluation methods, results and lessons identified terminal effects Lt cdr gabrie geelof, SO1 Small Arms, Netherlands mOd Lt. col Soonho Jeong, Defence Acquisition Programme Administration, Republic of Korea 15.20 coffee and Networking09.50 20mm PAW Bridging the gap : A South African Solution to the 15.50 Less-than-Lethal and Scalable Weapon System development by Evolving Theatre challenges the US Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Office w Background to the 20mm PAW Weapon System and its Development. w Bridging the gap between lethal and non-lethal: Overview of the work of w Overview of System Characteristics and Envisaged Deployment Roles. the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Office w Overview of Ammunition Types and Performance. w Deployed directed energy to the battlefield for use by infantry: Dazzling w Future ammunition developments. Lasers, Active Denial Technology and adaptable wavelength vehicle mr craig magill, Director, Neopup marketing stoppers for use at checkpoints mr Timothy Brown, Product Development Engineer, Pretoria metal Pressings w Working on scalability: Single system designs that can progress through from less-than-lethal to lethal, and their suitability in a high-threat environment10.30 cOFFEE & NETWORKINg w Extending the range of future weapon systems whilst reducing the risk of11.00 making the Switch: changing the Standard Infantry Rifle calibre significant injury from 7.62x39mm to 5.56x45mm NATO Ammunition w Developing immediate and extended duration effects for delivering the w Why the 5.56 NATO? Decision making process in choosing 5.56 NATO vs required effect on target 7.62 NATO or alternative “medium” calibres (i.e. 6.5mm, 7mm) col Tracy Tafolla (USmc), Director Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, w Outlining the logistical complexities of adopting a new standard military calibre US dOd w Testing and evaluation of competing rifle systems, and why a bullpup 16.30 Treating the Small Arm as a Platform: Shotguns in current and system was opted for over other “conventionally” designed rifles Future Infantry OPERATIONS w Feedback from initial purchase of 1000 VHS rifle systems in use with the w Examination of how and why shotguns have become increasingly Croatian Army popular with forces stationed in current theatres of operation w Planned future developments for the rifle system, including optics and w Viewing the shotgun as a platform with unrivalled flexibility: An additional under-slung options examination of the munitions available, including less-than-lethal/ Brig gen milan Knezevic, Head of Material Resources Directorate, croatian TASER, self-rifling slugs and FRAG-12 High Explosive rounds ministry of defence w Analysis of current mission sets suitable for shotgun use and how the11.40 developing Next generation capabilities for the Romanian Soldier: above munitions will impact the versatility of the platform Lessons in Weight Reduction and Ammunition Assessments w Future developments? Widespread adoption of detachable box w Current small arms capabilities within the Romanian Army and an magazines for flexible utilisation of less-than-lethal/lethal solutions examination of ongoing replacement programmes Lt col Jeffery Stower, Project Manager, Infantry Weapons, United States w Assessment of optical capabilities required by Romanian soldiers and marine corps how these are being met by current procurement efforts 17.10 Panel: The Future direction of Infantry Weapon Systems w Reducing the burden on the dismounted soldier: Methods of weight w With many soldier modernisation programmes allowing images from reduction currently being reviewed and implemented soldiers primary weapon systems to be fed back into the larger C4I maj Tiberius Tomoiaga, R&D Programme Manager, Romanian Individual system, how will the associated risk of information overload be Fighting System mitigated in an already information heavy operating environment?12.20 developing Weapon Systems to match current Threats Facing w Is it time to begin considering a “next generation” of ammunition calibres to the german Army go along with the “next generation” of infantry weapon systems? Is the w An outline of the threats faced in current areas of operation and how logistical simplicity of maintaining existing ammunition tooling worth they are changing the performance sacrifice of higher efficiency 6.5/6.8/7mm bullets? w Basic conceptual thoughts based on mission experiences and operational w To what extent will airburst technology become a centrepiece of infantry feedback capabilities within the next decade, and how will these systems likely to w Further developments and improvements to existing rifle systems be distributed/used at the squad/platoon/battalion level? w Shoulder-launched effectors and squad-level weapons to face new challenges w Are dual use anti-structure and anti-armour warheads the way of the w Summery and avenues for future work future, or are they simply an answer to the immediate requirement for a captain maximilian gleixner, Infantry Future Developments Section, cheaper, simplified system for use in current operational theatres? german Army col Tracy Tafolla (USmc), Director Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, US dOd Lt col Tom henthorn, Chief Small Arms, Soldier Requirements Division, US13.00 Networking Lunch Army manoeuvre centre of Excellence14.00 Nammo Infantry Solutions in Support of the Warfighter maj Bruce gilchrist, Director Land Requirements 5-5, canadian Forces w Overview of special purpose and enhanced performance munitions maj Adam Wilson, SO2 Lethality, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, HQ currently in service with militaries around the world Land Forces, UK mOd w Examining the utility of programmable fuses in complex operating environments 18:00 chAIR’S cLOSE ANd ENd OF dAY ONETEL: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EmAIL: defence@iqpc.co.uk www.infantryweaponsconf.com
    • www.infantryweaponsconf.comPRE-cONFERENcE WORKShOPS – 26Th SEPTEmBER 2011 SponsorWORKShOP B, 12:00 - 15:00REdUcINg ThE BURdEN ON ThE mOdERN SOLdIERJeremy Smith, Head of Defence Analysis Group, cRANFIELd UNIvERSITY T.Worx Ventures (TWV) is a venture capital backed special purposeDr Jeremy Smith, who lead Cranfield University’s input to the British also contrasting these decisions with the recommendations made entity designed to identify, promote and sell unique technologies.Burden Reduction for the Dismounted Soldier (BRDS) programme, by Cranfield during the BRDS programme. The rationale for these A subsidiary of Technologywill examine the broad range of weight reduction options available recommendations will be outline concluding with an overview of Worx, Inc. (formerly Prototype Productions, Inc.), the companyto the modern infantryman. The pros and cons of these varying the outcomes of the BRDS programme. specializes in the license/salemethods will be briefly touched upon, before the participants are of “niche” technologies with w Covering the range of options considered for weight reduction strong intellectual property. Manysplit into groups and asked to complete a number of exercises of the company’s products are w Split participants into groups to brain storm options within the end result of a SBIR (Smallrelated to achieving a number of weight reduction parameters. given parameters Business Innovative Research) grant contract, entrepreneurialThe outcomes of these exercises will then be relayed back to the w Feedback information into a central discussion and assess the idea/design or a corporate jointworkshop participants, comparing the decisions of the groups and options and reasons ultimately selected for the BRDS programme venture. TWV serves many industries including defense technologies, software, biomedical and machining - with the promisecONFERENcE AgENdA dAY TWO – 28Th SEPTEmBER 2011 of higher returns for the accredited investor.08.30 cOFFEE & REgISTRATION w Evolution of the powered rail– Multiple applications09.00 chairman’s recap w Conclusion carl Wallace, CEO, T Works ventures09.10 canadian Small Arms modernisation Project w Delivering a network integrated, direct fire, portable, anti-personnel and 13.00 NETWORKINg LUNch anti-material weapon system 14.20 ThE FUTURE IN SIghT: ThE NEXT gENERATION OF FIRE w Examination of base weapon requirements in terms of package size, cONTROL SYSTEmS barrel length, fire control systems and weight limitations w What technology is currently available, and how can it best be utilised, w Next generation platform with next generation ammunition: Examining to enhance existing weapon systems and solder performance? the argument for caseless ammunition w What can today’s technology do to provide a solid foundation for the w Dual use weapon system: Is it possible to provide both lethal and less- soldier of tomorrow? than-lethal options to the infantryman in a single package? Lennart Ljungfel, President, Aimpoint maj Bruce gilchrist, Director Land Requirements 5-5, canadian Forces 15.00 Refreshing the Armoury: Norwegian Efforts to modernise their09.50 Replacing the SA80A2 - current Thinking on the Next Infantry carbines, Personal defence Weapons and Fire control Systems generation of Soldier System Lethality for the British Infantryman w Why upgrading was not an option: Explaining the decision to purchase w Outlining the current small arms issued to soldiers within the British Army new carbines rather than improve existing infantry rifles w Getting the most of the infantry - What capabilities are currently lacking w Outlining the rationale behind “downgrading” to the 5.56 NATO round in existing standard issue small arms? for the standard issue carbine and introducing a designated marksman w Examination of optical components to improve lethality: Night vision, 7.62 NATO capability infra red and advanced fire control systems w Assessment of the requirements for personal defence weapons within maj Adam Wilson, SO2 Lethality, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, HQ the Norwegian Armed Forces and the subsequent decision to procure Land Forces, UK mod new weapons10.30 cOFFEE & NETWORKINg w New optics for new systems: An overview of the ongoing efforts to procure red dot, night vision and infra red optics that are inter-operable11.00 US marine corps Infantry Automatic Rifle: Feedback from Using with one another the m27 in Theatre maj Rune Nesland, Training and Doctrine Command, Norwegian Army w Overview of the IAR programme to replace the USMC’s current inventory of M249 SAW and the resulting weapon system - the M27 15.40 cOFFEE ANd NETWORKINg w Current deployment structure within squads and addressing claims of 16.10 Infantry Portable Anti material Systems: A US Perspective on reduced firepower through non-belt fed, STANAG magazine feeding method Long Range 20mm Anti material Rifles w Results from testing in current theatres of operation and alterations to be w An examination of the 20x110mm capability vs existing long range anti- made to the system material weapons such as the .50 BMG and alternative large calibre rounds charlie clark, Infantry Weapons Capability Officer, US marine corps w Accuracy and time of flight requirements to make for a viable system11:40 The NATO Powered Rail: Reducing Accessory Weight and Size capable of destroying military material targets along with new threats w Overview of NATOs work investigating and testing various technical such as improvised explosive devices approaches to creating an interface STANAG for the Powered Rail Concept w Methods of recoil management to make the systems practical for infantry use w Employing a Centralized Power Source to power accessories that are w Possible concepts of operation for such a capability within special forces lighter and smaller, as well as reducing the logistical burden associated communities and the wider armed forces with multiple battery types david Armstrong, Small Arms Engineering Section, US Naval Surface w Using the rail to provide a more optimized power management system, Warfare centre and the complexities of standardizing the interface for the future development 16.50 Weapons of a high Enough calibre? The Future of Small Arms Ammunition John heinsohn, PM Individual Weapons Office, US Army, NATO Powered w An assessment of future calibre research to date into rifle, pistol and Rail concept caseless ammunition types12.20 The Powered Rail: A Bridging Technology And Activiating w Generating greater effects on target: Should delivered energy, penetration, System For Small Weapons Platforms yaw or all of the above be improved to maximise lethality? w Background and Introduction to PPI/TWV w Outline of research findings and avenues for future investigation w Small Business Innovative Research – Contract, Process and Benefits Jeremy Smith, Head of Defence Analysis Group, cranfield University w Technology – Development and application 17.30 chAIR’S cLOSE ANd ENd OF dAY TWO About defenceiq.com Defenceiq.com is host to a series of global events and runs an online community of military and private sector professionals. 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