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    • SUPPOrTED By: y • Middle Eastern militar t us officers go FREE! Contac for further information and • International military e up to industry delegates: sav and £150 when you register ber 2010 pay before 3rd Septem two-day conFerence: 2nd-3rd november 2010 Featuring high-level Post-conFerence interactive workshoP: brieFings including: 4th november 2010 Brigadier General Mufareh Al Tarawneh, Deputy location: Le meridien, AmmAn, JordAn Managing Director, King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) Brigadier General Mohammad Khalil Banni Future artillery Younes, Director of Royal Artillery Directorate, Jordanian Armed Forces Middle east will Major General David Halverson, Commanding General US Fires Centre of Excellence and Fort Sill, US Army deliver: Lieutenant General (Ret.) Nasser Al-Farsi, Former Artillery Commander, Kuwaiti Armed Forces A cross-section of detailed presentations, specifically tailored Major General Peter M. Vangjel, Deputy for the Middle Eastern market, examining the most advanced Commanding General, Third Army/ US Army Central artillery technologies and tactics, with full Arabic-English Major General (P) Genaro Dellarocco, Program translation throughout the conference Executive Officer, PEO Missiles & Space, US Army Brigadier General Jonathan A Maddux, Host nation presentations from the Jordanian Armed Program Executive Officer, PEO Ammunition, Forces and the King Abdullah II Design and Development US Army Bureau (KADDB) Lieutenant Colonel Yahia Zweiri, Head of Design and Development Department, King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB), Jordan An in-depth review of precision ammunition capabilities Lieutenant Colonel Eddie Grace, with presentations from the US Army’s Program Executive Office SO1 Strike, HQ Director Royal Artillery Missiles & Space and Program Executive Office Ammunition Major General (Ret.) Dr Ahmed Abdel Halim, Egyptian Council of Foreign Affairs insights into how advanced artillery equipment and Lieutenant Colonel Mendes Dias, Deputy technology can be exploited to maximum effect through Commander, Portuguese Army Artillery School effective force transformation strategies Brigadier General Gurmeet Kanwal, Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), India Mohamed Gaballa, Security Analyst, Policies “A unique opportunity for the Middle Eastern Artillery community to gather with some Committee NDP of the best informed experts from the international community to share their experiences Major General (Ret.) Anukul Chandra, Former and insights and learn about the world’s most advanced technologies to progress Middle Additional Director General (Equipment Management), Eastern defence and security” Army HQ, Indian Army MOHAMED GABAllA, SeCurity AnALySt, PoLiCieS Committee ndP Christopher Foss, International Armour and Artillery Expert Lieutenant Colonel Manfred Dietmar Felber, ASSoCiAte SPonSorS hoSt nAtion Plans & Concepts, Transformation, Army Office, FeAtured eXhibitor SPonSor: German Ministry of Defence Jay Annis, Director, PGK Business Development, ATK LeAFLet SPonSor General (Ret.) Kevin Byrnes, Vice President, Raytheon Missile Systems mediA Major General (Ret.) Charlie Cartwright, Vice PArtnerS President of Programs, Command and Control Systems, Raytheon Network Centric Systems (NCS) www.defense-update.com Major General (Ret.) Lee Baxter, Senior Advisor, Smiths Detection Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Email: enquire@defenceiq.com Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 www.FutureartilleryMe.coM
    • www.FutureartilleryMe.coM MAIn COnFErEnCE DAy OnE: TUESDAy 2nD nOvEMBEr 2010 07.30 networking breakFast and 12.45 artillery c4i: bringing artillery into the conFerence registration network to oPtiMise Fire suPPort assets Synchronizing and integrating all available fire support 08.30 conFerence inauguration attack resources 08.45 chairMan’s introductory address: Increasing tactical effect by matching fire support Future artillery technologies and trends systems against high payoff targets An overview of current Artillery systems and trends: BrIGADIEr GEnErAl GUrMEET KAnwAl, Director, Weapon delivery systems, munitions, sensors and fire control Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), India Adapting systems developed for the international market for the 13.20 networking lunch Middle East’s operating environment CHrISTOPHEr FOSS, International Armour and Artillery Expert FOrCE TrAnSFOrMATIOn rEGIOnAl CAPABIlITy 14.20 keynote Presentation: exPloiting artillery For MaxiMuM eFFect: 09.20 develoPing a regional us arMy artillery case study ManuFacturing caPability to Developments and initiatives to prepare for next-generation warfare suPPort Jordan’s soPhisticated The evolving role of ground fires on the future battlefield artillery Forces: king abdullah ii design and develoPMent bureau (kaddb) Key priorities for the US Field Artillery The KADDB Mission MAJOr GEnErAl DAvID HAlvErSOn, Commanding General An outline of some key projects and the contribution that US Fires Centre of Excellence and Fort Sill, US Army they have made to Jordan’s Armed Forces 14.55 egyPtian Force transForMation and Planned developments and future priorities strategic considerations For artillery BrIGADIEr GEnErAl MUFArEH Al TArAwnEH, Deputy Managing Key aims and objectives of the Egyptian Army Director, King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) Planned artillery upgrades Opportunities for regional interoperability 09.55 Jordanian artillery MAJOr GEnErAl (rET.) Dr AHMED ABDEl HAlIM, develoPMents and initiatives Egyptian Council of Foreign Affairs Jordanian firepower capabilities Operational experiences and lessons learned wEAPOn DElIvEry SySTEMS Future requirements and priorities for further development 15.30 key indirect Fire ProJects oF the gerMan BrIGADIEr GEnErAl MOHAMMAD KHAlIl BAnnI yOUnES, arMed Forces Director of Royal Artillery Directorate, Jordanian Armed Forces Joint fire support Main equipment and precise ammunition 10.30 delivering Precise Fire caPabilities: Overview of other projects kuwait artillery c4i equiPMent and soFtware lIEUTEnAnT COlOnEl MAnFrED DIETMAr FElBEr, Artillery C4I capabilities of the Kuwaiti Armed Forces Plans & Concepts, Transformation, Army Office, Utilising C4I to deliver precise fire support German Ministry of Defence Planned system upgrades and requirements lIEUTEnAnT GEnErAl (rET.) nASSEr Al-FArSI, 16.05 aFternoon coFFee and networking Former Artillery Commander, Kuwaiti Armed Forces As Jordan is home to one of the region’s 11.05 Morning coFFee and networking most sophisticated artillery forces, Defence IQ is delighted to announce that EFFECT OF METEOrOlOGICAl DATA On PrECISIOn Future Artillery Middle East 2010 will 11.35 Field artillery and weather: the way ahead take place in Amman, Jordan, with the full support of the Jordanian Armed Forces. Corrections to Field Artillery Firing Data due to weather At this unique event, you will hear from conditions has been historically important the Brigadier General Mohammad Khalil Banni Precise corrections based on met are one of the five elements Younes, Director of the Jordanian Royal Artillery, about the initiatives and future requirements to further of accurate predicted fire. develop Jordan’s capabilities and you will have the opportunity The largest source of errors in firing data are from weather to network with him and the other senior officers who will be in attendance. Defence IQ would like to thank the Jordanian Armed Met information is collected in diverse ways; some more Forces for their support and look forward to what is set to be accurate than others. one of the region’s most important gatherings. New advances in collection techniques are revolutionising the field MAJOr GEnErAl (rET.) lEE BAxTEr, Senior Advisor, Smiths Detection SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES BrInGInG FIrES InTO THE nETwOrK Future Artillery Middle East 2010 will be attended by senior decision-makers from the global marketplace, bringing together 12.10 artillery c2 Future develoPMent buyers and suppliers in one location. Focused and high-level, Sensor to Shooter Digitization the event will be an excellent platform from which to initiate new business relationships. With tailored networking, sponsors Turn Key solutions with Mission Systems Integration can also achieve the face-to-face contact that overcrowded trade Elimination of fratricide from indirect fires shows simply cannot deliver. Exhibition and Sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be specially made to suit your Reduction in counter-fire response times company’s distinct commercial requirements. From cocktail parties MAJOr GEnErAl (rET.) CHArlIE CArTwrIGHT, and lunches to gala dinners and high-level sponsorship, the range Vice President of Programs, Command and Control Systems, of available opportunities is almost endless. Raytheon Network Centric Systems (NCS) Please call the sponsorship hotline on +44 (0)20 7368 9500 or email sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk if you would like more information about GEnErAl (rET.) KEvIn ByrnES, Vice President, sponsoring or exhibiting at Future Artillery Middle East 2010 Raytheon Missiles Systems ABOUT Since 2001 Defence IQ has established itself as the premier independent producer of conferences, seminars and exhibitions for the defence community. Defence IQ’s portfolio covers all aspects of the Defence sector, providing tailored conferences for senior military, government and industry representatives. Special attention is played to the discussion of future plans, emerging national requirements and developing technologies, the key issues that affect the sector. Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@defenceiq.com
    • www.FutureartilleryMe.coM MAIn COnFErEnCE DAy TwO: wEDnESDAy 3rD nOvEMBEr 2010 07.30 networking breakFast TrAInInG AnD DEvElOPMEnT 11.55 training and develoPMent For highly 08.30 keynote Presentation: uses oF artillery Flexible, adaPtive artillery in aFghanistan Assimilating new systems into your forces Overview and capabilities Adding Realism To Live Fire Exercises Feedback from specific weapon delivery platforms The reality of today’s operational scenarios: Future plans and priorities avoiding collateral damage MAJOr GEnErAl PETEr M. vAnGJEl, Training Safety Vs Realism: Where is the trade-off? Deputy Commanding General, Third Army/US Army Central Preparing the artilleryman’s mind: understanding firing MUnITIOnS limits & de-confliction lIEUTEnAnT COlOnEl MEnDES DIAS, Deputy Commander, 09.05 keynote Presentation: the Future oF Precision Fires rocket and Missile systeMs Portuguese Army Artillery School Examining the Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems lESSOnS lEArnED (PFRMS) programme: 12.30 the develoPMent oF uk artillery: learning - Key developments FroM oPerations and PreParing For the Future - Guided Multiple Launch Rockets System (GMLRS) Artillery systems deployed by the Royal Artillery - Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) Experiences and lessons learned from operations - Future plans and projects to deliver precision strike capabilities Future priorities Exploring the potential of HIMARS as a common Air Defence lIEUTEnAnT COlOnEl EDDIE GrACE, SO1 Strike, and Field Artillery launcher HQ Director Royal Artillery MAJOr GEnErAl (P) GEnArO DEllArOCCO, Program Executive Officer, PEO Missiles & Space, US Army 13.05 networking lunch 09.40 keynote Presentation: us artillery UTIlISInG InTEllIGEnCE TO InCrEASE THE Precision uPdates EFFECTIvEnESS OF nEw ACqUISITIOnS Ongoing projects of PEO Ammunition 14.05 intelligence and Military transForMations The Excalibur 155mm extended range guided artillery shell A new intelligence for a new warfare Making precision more affordable: The Precision Guidance Intelligence systems: Opportunities and challenges Kit (PGK) development programme Intelligence and military education BrIGADIEr GEnErAl JOnATHAn A MADDUx, MOHAMED GABAllA, Security Analyst, Policies Committee NDP Program Executive Officer, PEO Ammunition, US Army MAnUFACTUrInG AnD MAInTEnAnCE 10.15 Morning coFFee and networking 14.40 Maintainability, reliability, Field rePair & Maintenance iMPeratives oF Future 10.45 Precision guidance kit (Pgk) artillery systeMs PGK completed U.S. Army qualification testing Balancing high-tech equipment with higher assurance levels PGK combines GPS guidance and warhead fuzing into a single device of reliability and maintainability under field conditions PGK transforms conventional 155mm artillery rounds into Examining the system of repair and grouping of repair elements affordable precision GPS-guided projectiles in the gun groups and the missile groups U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps are scheduled to procure large Organisational and tactical considerations during actual quantities of PGK fuzes deployment in various battle conditions PGK is expected to be available to allies and friends of the U.S. Desirable characteristics that need to be incorporated PGK will reshape today’s and tomorrows battlefield capabilities in designing the artillery systems and support equipment JAy AnnIS, Director, PGK Business Development, ATK MAJOr GEnErAl (rET.) AnUKUl CHAnDrA, Former Additional Director General (Equipment Management), Army HQ, Indian Army 11.20 king abdullah ii design and develoPMent bureau (kaddb): 15.15 chairMan’s closing coMMents 120MM Mortar ProJect lIEUTEnAnT COlOnEl yAHIA ZwEIrI, Head of Design and 15.30 aFternoon coFFee and networking Development Department, King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB), Jordan HOST nATIOn SPOnSOr: King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) Established by a Royal Decree in 1999, KADDB is the Jordanian research and development organization created to provide a one-stop solution for the supply of defence and commercial equipment. As an independent Governmental military-civilian agency existing within the Jordan Armed Forces (JAF), KADDB is tasked with operating to best business practices with predetermined performance targets and is financed through the defence vote as well as by income earned from the sale of technology, products and services. KADDB is an indigenous, self-sufficient and commercially viable research and development organization which acts as a catalyst within Jordan for the design and manufacture of defence and commercial equipment and services, intended for use by JAF and for the civilian and military export markets. In 2010, KADDB launched the KADDB Investment Group to act as the commercial arm for the Bureau aiming at establishing new businesses in the Defense, security and Automotive industries along with all services that would compliment these industries. Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@defenceiq.com
    • www.FutureartilleryMe.coM POST-COnFErEnCE wOrKSHOP: THUrSDAy 4TH nOvEMBEr 2010 09.30–14.00: SySTEMS InTEGrATIOn, THrOUGH-lIFE CAPABIlITy MAnAGEM EnT AnD MAInTEnAnCE FOr An OPTIMAl ArTIllEry FOrCE With ongoing procurements and upgrades, militaries in the Middle East have some of the world’s most sophisticated artillery equipment available at their disposal. However, to fully utilise this equipment, it is critical that the new acquisitions are successfully integrated with existing platforms and systems, that training and development is of the highest possible level and that maintenance is carried out on an ongoing basis. In this workshop, Major General Chandra will draw on his considerable experiences as the Additional Director General for Equipment Management in the Indian Army to work through these complex issues and challenges. Issues to be discussed will include: Implementing concepts of through-life capability management to maximise the life-cycle of your artillery systems Successfully integrating newly acquired systems with existing legacy systems Training and development for effective maintenance Through interactive discussions, exercises and case studies, delegates attending this workshop will take away a detailed insight into how they can utilise all of the resources available to them – new acquisitions, legacy platforms and systems and human resources – to develop and maintain the best possible artillery forces. MAJOr GEnErAl (rET.) AnUKUl CHAnDrA, Former Additional Director General (Equipment Management), Army HQ, Indian Army Timetable: ASSOCIATE SPOnSOrS 09.00 - 09.30 Morning Coffee And Registration ATK is a premier aerospace and defense company with 18,000 employees and FY2010 revenue of US $4.8 billion. We are the world’s largest provider of ammunition and 09.30 - 11.00 Workshop Session are internationally recognized for affordable precision munitions and strike weapons. 11.00 - 11.30 Coffee Break In the move to an all-precision inventory of artillery ammunition, we are developing Precision Guidance Kits for 155mm cannon artillery as well as for mortar munitions and other applications. Our 11.30 - 13.00 Workshop Session Excalibur Ib 155mm artillery solution for extended range precision fires will allow forces to field extreme precision 13.00 - 14.00 Lunch capability in tactically significant quantities. www.atk.com Raytheon Company, with 2009 sales of $25 billion, is a technology leader specializing in defence, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning more than 85 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as a broad range of mission support services. With headquarters in Waltham, Mass., Raytheon employs 75,000 people worldwide. Missile Systems designs, develops, and produces missile systems for U.S. and allied forces, including air-to-air, strike, naval weapon systems, land combat missiles, guided projectiles, exoatmospheric kill vehicles, and directed energy weapons. Raytheon will be profiling the Excalibur at the 8th Annual Future Artillery conference in March 2010. Excalibur is a precision, autonomously guided, long-range artillery system. Successfully fielded in 2007, Excalibur is the next generation family of projectiles for the U.S. Army and Marine Corps artillery. Excalibur is a 155mm precision-guided artillery round with extended range. Using GPS precision guidance technology, it can provide accurate, first round fire-for-effect capability in an urban setting. www.raytheon.com Smiths Detection leads the global military and emergency response marketplace with specialized chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) detection and protection solutions. Our advanced, accurate and trusted solutions enable armed forces and responders to mitigate incidents with confidence as they seek to reduce risks and minimize potential losses associated with growing CBRNE threats. Smiths Detection has an outstanding record of working with the DoD on various contracts including producing advanced chemical detection units for programs such as Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD), Automatic Chemical Agent Detector Alarm (ACADA) and Improved Chemical Agent Monitor (ICAM).The company also has supported the DoD in meteorological programs for 50 years including the recent Meteorological Measuring Set Profiler Program (MMS-P). Smiths Detection Military has also recently won a protective shelter (CBPS) award. www.smithsdetection.com FEATUrED ExHIBITOr Van Halteren Metaal is the world leader in artillery training systems. Our Howitzer Crew Trainers realistically simulate live fire situations for gun crews and battery level fire missions. The howitzer crew fires simulated ammunition and practices gun operation including using its C2 system, and receives a very effective AAR. We provide a highly realistic training environment enabling training as much as needed while saving live fire costs and improving combat readiness. Our systems are field proven for different kinds of Towed and SP howitzers in 12 countries. Our concept is: “Train as you fight for combat readiness”. lEAFlET SPOnSOrS RUAG Land Systems is the business unit for land defence systems within the RUAG Group. Being a leading aerospace and defence company all business units take advantage of the versatile expertises and of the sharing of resources. The division addresses both users and system houses. RUAG offers upgrades and ballistic protection systems for armoured vehicles and mobile command posts. As an experienced integrator the company develops and produces the systems in-house and supplies comprehensive industrial logistics. www.ruag.com Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@defenceiq.com
    • Future artillery Middle east 2010 5 ways to register TAKInG MIDDlE EASTErn FIrEPOwEr FOrwArD two-day conFerence: 2nd-3rd november 2010 Post-conFerence interactive workshoP: 4th november 2010 location: Le meridien AmmAn, AmmAn, JordAn Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. +44 (0)20 7368 9300 My registration code is PDFW Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. Post: your booking form to IQPC Ltd. Anchor House, 15-19 Britten Street, London SW3 3QL Online: www.futureartilleryme.com Email: enquire@defenceiq.com MIDDLE EAST MILITARY RATES*** Book and pay by 6th Book and pay by 3rd PACKAGES Standard Price August 2010* September 2010* Team Discounts* 6 Conference + Workshop FREE FREE FREE IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more booking at the same time from the same company receive a 6 Conference Only FREE FREE FREE 10% discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. Only one discount available per person. 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Vat registration No. GB 799 2259 67 A digital version of the conference proceedings, including all ** Discounted Military and Government Rates apply to serving military officers, government and university personnel only. ***Serving Middle East Officers may attend the conference free of charge. Please contact: enquire@defenceiq.com for details. This offer cannot be combined with any others and is not presentations, is available to buy. transferable. Limited places may apply. 6 I cannot attend the event, please send me the CD Rom priced at Delegate Information £599 plus VAT Recent digital conferences available - £599 plus VAT each Please photocopy for each additional delegate 6 Future Artillery 2010 (March 2010) 6 Mr 6 Mrs 6 Miss 6 Ms 6 Dr 6 Other 6 International Armoured Vehicles (Feb 2010) First Name Family Name 6 Air/Land Integration And Joint Fire Support (May 2010) Rank Job Title Tel No. 6 Please send me conference materials indicated above. 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