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  1. 1. SOLDIER & MARINE Featured Soldier & Marine Experts:MODERNISATION Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Capability Group, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoDUPDATE Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Director, Land System Procurement, Direction Générale de l’Armement, French MoD www.SoldierTechnology.com Colonel Jason Blain, Director Integrated Soldier Systems, Development Directorate, Defence Materiel Organisation, Department March 2011 of Defence, Australian GovernmentSoldier Procurement Is Changing – How WillUsers Benefit from Innovation in the Future?By Tom Webber, Worldwide Business ResearchMilitary Programme managers are currently, especiallyin light of austerity measures, looking for ways to get theright equipment, integrate it and get a good deal whilstdoing so - by working with sub-contractors directly. Thebenefits don’t just stop at cost saving but also the rapidfielding of vital equipment such as protective gear.This shift could revolutionise the way in which soldierand marine programmes procure necessary and urgentequipment and encourage more small, innovativecompanies to deal with military.Gen. Kelley, Commander, Marine Corps SystemsCommand, US Marine Corps believes that the abilityto respond to equipment challengs lies in innovation, itrequires R&D and that smaller innovative sub-contractorsare ‘making the investment in producing leading-edge,wow technology’. Gen. Kelley went on to say of the primecontractors ‘let me have access to the sub-contractors’.His parting message to equipment manufacturers was‘don’t sell out, you have the technology, you have the “Brigadier General Francis Kelley, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command says that the ability to respond tobargaining chip’. equipment challenges lies in innovation. But what’s the best way to access all the innovation out there today?”The UK approach epoch (2015) with DSA in Epoch 2 (2020) and Soldier and exhibition on 7th -10th June, 2011. US Army andIn the UK, there is also a review of the approach to acquiring System Lethality in Epoch 3 (2025). Marines will also be present to drive communicationsoldier equipment but from a strategic perspective. DE&S on their needs and requirements to manufacturers and(Defence Equipment and Support) is taking a systematic Challenges importantly to gain more insight in to available capabilityapproach to the acquisition of capability for the soldier and equipment ready to be fielded.system by trying to capture capability requirements Some of the key challenges facing the UK right nowin a more succinct and usable format. Research and include delivery of soldier system architecture which can In addition to the UK and US soldier and marinedevelopment goals will flow directly from this plan at the be used by industry and delivery teams as the reference programmes Germany, France, Italy Australia, Norway,same time more of the operational analysis will be done at and guidance document to equipment delivery and Finland, Canada, Sweden, The Netherlands and more willa soldier system level – the platoon. This will allow a direct ensuring that sufficient funds are maintained in the deliver briefs on soldier procurement strategies. Keep upcomparison of capabilities across the soldier system. system to continue the delivery of incremental capability. to date on developments in the Soldier Technology agenda at ‘Soldier and Marine Modernisation’ on LinkedIn or byLightening the Load, Power, Protection and Load carriage The UK will be briefing and detailing new approaches to following #SoldierTechno on twitter.are the big issues that need to be addressed in the next procurement at the 10th Soldier Technology conference Featured Event - See Inside For Details “(innovative manufacturers) don’t sell out, you have the 7th - 10th June Olympia Conference Centre, London technology, you have the www.SoldierTechnology.com SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk bargaining chip” +44 (0) 20 7368 9465 Principal Partners Partners Organised By Proud supporter of ® ODU Associate Partners Soldier & Marine Modernisation Update 1
  2. 2. Exclusive Question and Soldier And Marine Modernisation Experts To Deliver Programme Updates at Soldier Technology inAnswers with Soldier June 2011 include: Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Capability Group, DefenceModernisation Experts Equipment and Support, UK MoD Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force Development, Austrian MoDInterviews Conducted At Soldier Technology US Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Dr. Hab., Director, Land System Procurement,2011, January Direction Générale de l’Armement, French MoD Marcus Bruton, Team Leader, FIST, DefenceSoldier System Integration still Equipment and Support, UK MoDthe key issue Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST,Colonel (ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former, Project Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoDManager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier Lt Colonel Laurent Barraco, ProgrammeSoldier Technology: What is the key issue that has Manager, FELIN, DGAemerged over the last two and a half days at SoldierTechnology US? Patrick Curlier, Vice President, Business Development, Optronics and DefenceCol. Richard Hansen: Well, and this is always a Division, Sagem, SAFRAN Groupperennial issue, but I think it has really emerged more Patrols are at greater risk when the equipment they use isin this conference as we try to lighten the load for the Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, too heavy, what is being done to reduce the weight today?soldier, and that’s the issue of system integration. You Cassidianknow, we’ve got all these capability areas for example, Col. Paul Roege: We care about integration becauselethality; the soldier’s weapon and his ammunition, the coming into this energy challenge, people look at their Mark Richter, Programme Manager, Marinesurvivability and mobility, his body armor, his helmet, individual problems. We have soldier load, we have Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marinehis clothing and equipment, and then the whole C4ISR long convoys, we have fuel costs, all of which seem to Corpscapability area; radios, wearable computers, optics, be disconnected challenges. What we really need toand situation awareness that brings all of those highly- Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, Project Leader U42 understand is how all of those problems match togethertechnical components that have to be integrated on the and how we can come up with system solutions that will Soldier Equipment, Federal Office of Defensehuman soldier and marine, the human platform. We’re address all of those and ultimately make the force more Technology and Procurement, Germanbringing so much capability to soldiers and marines now effective. MoDthat it’s really becoming a challenge integrating all thaton. So that’s clearly an issue that’s really been focused on Soldier Technology: In your presentation, you Major Arne Lamberth, Programmethis conference. mentioned that the total energy bill was $2 billion in 2010. Manager, MARKUS, Swedish Army How are you working to reinvest that money rather thanSoldier Technology: And have you seen or do you think using traditional fuel sources? How are you planning to Lt Colonel Kenneth Tapper, Director,there are signs of key steps that would be made to address do that at the moment? Soldier Modernisation Programmes,the systems integration this year? Swedish Army Col. Paul Roege: Well, what we’d like to do is to be ableCol. Richard Hansen: Absolutely. I mean, each year, to invest some money in alternative energy technologies Rune Lausund, R&D Programme Manager,what we see when we gather up here, we are able to clearly which could display some of the fuel in the forward areaidentify the kind of requirement, the challenges of that NORMANS, Norwegian Research Agency, and that will more than display so it’ll have a multiplicative FFIsystem integration. Then, the industry brings some of effect on the overall fuel bill. So, if we can save a gallontheir solutions to the exhibit hall; everyone coming up of fuel say on the frontline, it may save 5 gallons overall. Lt Colonel Jacques Levesque, Projectwith some great ideas that are not just the components We also want to work on smart grids not only as a way to Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project,of those capabilities. But, industry needs to find smarter save fuel or to come up with another source of fuel, but toways to integrate the components, reduce some of the Canadian DND make our systems more efficient and to allow the soldiersredundancy, and eventually, you know, maintain the to manage that energy use more effectively toward the Colonel Bill Pointing, Team Leader, FIST,same capability while lightening the load. mission that they’re trying to accomplish. Individual Capability Group, Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoDThe energy challenge for the Other Key Focuses Gabi Dubresco, Head of Robotic Branch,US Army Although other nations developing advanced soldier Israeli Defence ForcesColonel Paul E. Roege, P.E., Operational Energy programs share the same challenges above, research with United Kingdom, France, Italy, Australia suggests Colonel Yousef Al-Etan, ProgrammesIntegrator, Capabilities Integration Center, US Army(ARCIC) that Sensors and Optics, Communications, Lethality and Department Manager, King Abdullah Design Protection are currently the key areas for investment. and Development Bureau, JordanianSoldier Technology: Could you could share with us Armed Forceswhat your key challenges are right now for power and For details on briefings and discussion on the focusenergy, for the US army? areas mentioned above, see the Soldier Technology 2011 agenda on pages 3, 4 and 5. Full details are available atCol. Paul Roege: I think one of the key challenges is to www.SoldierTechnology.com.really understand how energy supports our operationalmission and especially to keep the soldier out as ourprimary focus - so to understand how everyone else’s job National Soldier Modernisation For more exclusive industry contentsupports that soldier on the ground. Programme Updates - 8th - 9th June visit the Knowledge Portal atSoldier Technology: Programme managers arehighlighting the importance of integration, how See Pages 3&4 For Agenda Details! www.SoldierTechnology.comimportant is it for you right now? 2 Soldier & Marine Modernisation Update
  3. 3. conFerence agenDa at a glance June 8: 7th - 10th June, 2011www.SoldierTechnology.com Olympia Conference Centre, London June 8th, 2011 Main Conference Day 1 – National Soldier Modernisation Programme Updates and Survivability, Lethality and Human Capability Development0800 Registration and Coffee 1245 Introducing the Jordanian Future Soldier Programme Development Strategy0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address Colonel Yousef Al-Etan, Programmes Department Manager, King0845 Integrating Equipment for Dismounted Close Combat in an Era of Abdullah Design and Development Bureau, Jordanian Armed Persistent Conflict Forces Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Capability Group, 1315 Lunch and Networking Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD 1430 Moving From Concept to Research and Development Phase in the0915 NATO Land Capability Group 1 Dismounted Soldier Update Brazilian Future Soldier Program Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 1, Programme Manager, Combatiente Brasiliero, Brazilian Army Dismounted Soldier (Invited) 1500 Soldier Modernisation Under the Umbrella of the European0945 IMESS Switzerland: How an Advanced Concept Has Been Defence Agency Transformed into an Operational Reality Colonel Erich Weissenbock, Head of Precision Engagement, Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, Cassidian European Defence Agency1015 A Commander’s Observations from Afghanistan 1530 Commercial Sector Involvement in Future Soldier Systems Lt Colonel Paul James, Commanding Officer, 40 Commando, UK Colonel Marisa A. Tanner, Division Chief, Mission Command Royal Marines (Tentative) Capabilities Division, Future Force Integration Directorate, US Army1045 Early Morning Coffee And Networking Michael T. McCarthy, Director of Operations, Future Force Integration Directorate, Mission Command Complex, US Army1145 How France Plans to Modernize Land Capabilities through the Colonel (ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Project Manager, Soldier Billion-Euro Scorpion Project Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Director, Land System Procurement, DGA, French MoD 1600 Afternoon Coffee and Networking1215 Networking Capabilities with the FELIN Soldiers Deployment at the Platoon Level and Above Patrick Curlier, Vice President, Business Development, Optronics and Defence Division, Sagem, SAFRAN GroupStream A – New Strategies to Improve Stream B – Enhancing Soldier Lethality Stream C – Human Capability DevelopmentSurvivability for the Soldier and Marine through Advanced Weapons and Sensors Workshop1645 How the US Marine Corps is Lightening 1645 HYDRA and CERBORUS - Infantry 1645 UK Human Capability Development the Load While Increasing Protection Weapons Providing 40mm Medium and Strategies for Soldier System for the Squad and Individual Marine Low Velocity Air-Burst Firepower Integrators • Measuring and Leveraging Human Capability Mark Richter, Programme Manager, Karstern Stern, Project Manager, Special • Human Factors as Part of Equipment Design and Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Projects, Product Division Infantry, Development Marine Corps Rheinmetall Weapon Munition • Human System Integration1715 A Holistic Approach to Threats, Weight, 1715 New Results from NATO’s Weapons Professor Karen Carr, Head of Centre and Cost and Sensors Working Group Tests and for Human Systems, Defence Academy, Cranfield University Toivo Horvei, Director Business Tirals to Increase Lethality Development, NFM Group Emma Sparks, Lecturer, Centre Per Arvidsson, Chairman, Weapons for Human Systems at the Defence and Sensors Working Group, NATO Academy College of Management and1745 Assessing Developments in Land Capability Group 1, Dismounted Technology, Cranfield University, Survivability and Weight Management Soldier Shrivenham in the Finnish Warrior 2020 Programme 1745 Consolidating the Power Source for Rifle Accesories Major Matti Honkela, Programme Manager, Warrior 2020, Finnish Armed Forces Carl Wallace, CEO, T.Worx Ventures1815 Drinks reception and networking in the Exhibition Hall1900 10th Anniversary Networking Awards Dinner at Chiswick House with Senior Military Guest Speaker TBC – Visit www.soldiertechnology.com for more details Outstanding Military Speaker TBC Contact Us For The Full Agenda And Attendee List: T: +44 (0) 20 7368 9465 E: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk W: www.SoldierTechnology.com
  4. 4. conFerence agenDa at a glance June 9: 7th - 10th June, 2011www.SoldierTechnology.com Olympia Conference Centre, London June 9th, 2011 Main Conference Day 2 – National Soldier Modernisation Programme Updates and Sustainability, Networking and Integration0800 Registration and Coffee 1200 System Plan For The Future Swedish Soldier0825 Chairman’s Welcome Address Lt Colonel Kenneth Tapper, Director, Soldier Modernisation Programmes, Swedish Army0830 Soldier Modernisation in Austria Major Arne Lamberth, Programme Manager, MARKUS, Swedish Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force Development, Army Austrian MoD 1230 How NORMANS is Being Updated in Line with NATO0900 The Future in Sight – Perspectives on Optical Sight Systems Recommendations Lennart Ljungfelt, President, Aimpoint Rune Lausund, R&D Programme Manager, NORMANS, Norwegian Research Agency, FFI0930 IdZ 2 - Results from Recent User Trials and Plans For Future Developments 1300 Lunch and Networking Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, Project Leader U42 Soldier Equipment, 1430 New Developments in Israel’s ANOG Programme Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement, German MoD Gabi Dubresco, Head of Robotic Branch, Israeli Defence Forces1000 Introducing the Integrated Battle Management System (iBMS) 1500 Australian Defence Force Approach to Developing Integrated Soldiers Systems Solutions Bill Clingempeel, Capture and Technology Lead, Battle Management/ Ground Combat Systems, Northrop Grumman Information Colonel Jason Blain, Director Integrated Soldier Systems, Systems Development Directorate, Defence Materiel Organisation, Department of Defence, Australian Government1030 Early Morning Coffee And Networking 1530 Afternoon Coffee and Networking1130 Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project Update - Procuring COTS/MOTS Technologies Network with 600+ colleagues, Lt Colonel Jacques Levesque, Project Manager, Integrated Soldier customers, System Project, Canadian DND partners and Major Jon Herbert, Project Director, Integrated Soldier System peers for up to 5 Project, Canadian DND hours each day!Stream A – Networking and Sustaining the Stream B – Interactive Roundtable Discussions Stream C – Masterclass on InterfaceFuture Soldier Integration1600 Assessing New Dutch Plans to Deliver 1600 Why Interoperability is the Key to the 1600 How to Develop and Integrate Effective Energy to the Soldier System Future Soldier System Interfaces for New Soldier Systems Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, NATO Land Capability Group 1 – Dutch MoD Dismounted Soldier Dr Elizabeth Redden, Chief, Army Research Laboratory -HRED Field1630 How Italy Rapidly Developed Sophisticated Why is Connectivity so Important to the Element, US Army Infantry Center Communications Capabilities for the Soldier System Integrator? • Application for unmanned controllers Soldado Futuro Program Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoD • Integrating advanced worn displays Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project • Operating at night Director, C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD How Can Industry Play More of a Role in Current versus Projected Energy and the Reduction of Weight? Power Requirements for the Future Norwegian Army Procurement Office Slovenian Soldier Ales Lebar, Programme Manager, 21st Game Changing Technologies to Enhance Century Soldier, Slovenian MoD Networking for the Dismounted Soldier Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory1700 Panel Discussion – How to Extend Range and Mission Time for the Dismounted Soldier and Small Unit Ales Lebar, Programme Manager, 21st Century Soldier, Slovenian MoD Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Dutch MoD Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Join the debate at the Gain insight from military experts in Director, C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian interactive roundtables the workshops MoD1730 End of Conference Sessions Contact Us For The Full Agenda And Attendee List: T: +44 (0) 20 7368 9465 E: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk W: www.SoldierTechnology.com
  5. 5. Focus sessions DraFt agenDa - 7th & 10th June 7th - 10th June, 2011 www.SoldierTechnology.com Olympia Conference Centre, London June 7th, 2011 AM June 7th, 2011 PM Power, Energy and Connectivity Weight, Size and Integration0800 Registration and Coffee 1300 Registration and Coffee0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address 1330 Chairman’s Welcome Address0840 Managing the Power Demand for the Future Integrated Soldier 1345 How the British Army Will Be Reducing Weight to Give the Dismounted Soldier Greater Marcus Bruton, Team Leader, FIST, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD Mobility Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST, Defence, Equipment and Support, UK0910 ABSL Power Solutions – Power Management to reduce burden on Soldier MoD Colonel (Retd) Peter Barry CBE, Business Development Manager, ABSL Power Solutions Ltd 1415 Assessing How France Developed, Fielded and Continues to Deploy Lightweight, Future Mr David Goodwin, Business Development Manager, ABSL Power Solutions Ltd Soldier Systems Lt Colonel Laurent Barraco, Programme Manager, FELIN, DGA0940 Marine Corps Approaches to Powering the Expeditionary Squad Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps 1445 How the US Marine Corps Approaches Experimental Modernization to Generate Game Changing Results1010 Mid - Morning Coffee and Networking Colonel (ret’d) Vincent Goulding, Director, Experimental Division, US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory1040 Adaptive Power for the Canadian Future Soldier 1515 Mid - Afternoon Coffee and Networking Ed Andrukaitis, Project Manager, Adaptive Power Source Program, Defence Research and Development Canada 1600 Lessons Learned by the Soldado Futuro System Integration Team When Reducing Weight Major Andrea Candian, Programme Manager, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD1110 Weight Reduction, Interoperability and Adaptation Dave Hadfield, DES SE LST - Portable Power, DE&S, UK MoD 1630 Weight Management Strategies for Romania’s Individual Fighting System to Develop a Lighter Load for the Future Soldier1140 Reducing the Burden of Power Sources Major Tiberius Tomoiaga, Programme Manager, Romania’s Individual Fighting Darren Browning, Power Sources Team, Physical Sciences Department, DSTL System, Romanian MoD1210 Assessing the Imperative of Common Connectivity to Resolve the Power Challenge for the Soldier 1700 What NATO Nations are Doing to Reduce Size and Weight to Disencumber the Future Soldier Ed Andrukaitis, Project Manager, Adaptive Power Source Programme, Defence Moderator - Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 1, Research and Development Canada Dismounted Soldier Dave Hadfield, DES SE LST - Portable Power, DE&S, UK MoD Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD Darren Browning, Power Sources Team, Physical Sciences Department, DSTL Major Andrea Candian, Programme Manager, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps Major Tiberius Tomoiaga, Programme Manager, Romania’s Individual Fighting Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Dutch MoD System, Romanian MoD Marcus Bruton, Team Leader, FIST, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD 1730 End of Conference Day1300 Lunch and Networking June 10th, 2011 AM June 10th, 2011 PM Delivering C4i Down to the Soldier Level R&D, Tests and User Feedback 0800 Registration and Coffee 1300 Registration and Coffee 0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address 1345 Chairman’s Welcome Address 0900 UK Approach to Developing Soldier System Architecture for Greater Interoperability 1400 How the UK is Focusing on Improving Interoperability and Interchangeability of New Colonel Bill Pointing, Team Leader, FIST, Individual Capability Group, Defence, Equipment for End Users Equipment and Support, UK MoD HQ Infantry, UK MoD 0930 Joint Tactical Radio Systems for the US Army 1430 Results of Canada’s SSTRM Development Phase Colonel John Zavarelli, Program Manager, Handheld and Small Form Fit Factor, Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Director Science & Technology (Land) 2, Defence R&D JPEO Joint Tactical Radio Systems, US Army Canada (DRDC), Canadian DnD 1000 How ANOG Integrates the Most Advanced C4i Capabilities to Empower the Future Soldier 1500 End User Feedback from Swedish Trials of the MARKUS Soldier System Nir Israeli, Head of Urban Warfare, Israeli MoD Major Magnus Hallberg, Soldier Section, Swedish Land Warfare Centre 1030 Mid - Morning Coffee and Networking 1530 Performance-based Specifications - A Procurement Approach for Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project 1100 Maintaining the Data Link Between Soldiers Patrick Comtois, Chief Engineer, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND Jean-Michel Petitjean, Battlefield Management Systems Expert, DGA/DT/ETAS, Sean Burke, Procurement and Finance Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project, French MoD Canadian DND 1130 UK Lessons Learned During Communications Integration for Future Soldier Systems 1600 Mid - Afternoon Coffee and Networking Professor Bob Madahar, IMD Technologist, DSTL, UK MoD 1630 Assessing the Utility of an Integrated Test and Evaluation Approach to Trials of the 1230 Soldier Modernisation Experts on Strategies to Improve Data Sharing to Ensure the Right Norwegian Future Soldier Programme Information Reaches the Right Soldier at the Right Time Keith Cook, Leader, Test and Evaluation, NORMANS, FFI Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Director, C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD Professor Bob Madahar, IMD Technologist, DSTL, UK MoD 1700 Lies, Damn Lies and Ballistics – The Art of Testing Body Armour Nir Israeli, Head of Urban Warfare, Israeli MoD Mark Helliker, Team Leader, Physical Protection Group, DSTL Pat Comtois, Chief System Engineer, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DnD 1730 Analysing Lessons Learned to Improve Interoperability for the Future End User Jean-Michel Petitjean, Battlefield Management Systems Expert, DGA/DT/ETAS, Moderator - Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 1, French MoD Dismounted Soldier Major Magnus Hallberg, Chief of Trials, MARKUS, Swedish MoD 1300 Lunch and Networking HQ Infantry, UK MoD Major Torstein Johnson, Chief of Trials, NORMANS, Norwegian Army Office 1800 End of Conference Day Contact Us For The Full Agenda And Attendee List: T: +44 (0) 20 7368 9465 E: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk W: www.SoldierTechnology.com
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