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  • 1. book before 18tH marcH to receive £999 off Your Pass! ING THE SERV SO OF LD RS I A ER YE MO 10 DERN TION C 10 ISA Ye ar ni OM June 7 AM – Soldier Power June 10 AM – Soldier C4i An M ve UN r ITY sa ry June 7 PM – Soldier Weight June 10 PM – R&D, Tests June 8 – 9 – National Updates and User Feedback “…we come back to Soldier Technology each year because all the right people attend…” Venue: Olympia Conference Centre, London Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, CassidianEffective New Approaches tosoldier modernisation toEnhance Human and SystemCapability While Reducing WeighttoP sPeakers in 2011 include: benefits of attending: Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head of • Meet new military soldier modernisation customers from new regions Individual Capability Group, DE&S, UK MoD including Latin America and the Middle East to develop business beyond Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, traditional markets and generate totally new revenue channels Director, Land Systems Procurement, DGA, French MoD • Discover new partners among a global audience of innovative defence manufacturers attending and exhibiting to ensure innovation flows into your Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, defence and security product lines Force Development, Austrian MoD • Network with senior military and governmentgovernment soldier modernisation decision making teams from NATO nations to improve tEAms pArticipAting incLudE your professional network and emerging respond to end user requirements follow us on.... FELIN and JTRS SCORPION • Find out how top defence and security system MERS FIST integrators plan to provide new services and products IMESS see page 3 to a diverse range of governments and where the IdZ for details Future Soldier opportunity lies for you Soldado Futuro ISSP • Test game-changing new technology for the soldier NORMANS ACMS in an exhibition zone specializing in dismounted soldier WARRIOR 2020 ANOG kit to benchmark your product lines against the best TYTAN innovations industry has to offer BEST MARKUS Project Land COBRA 125 Future Force 21st Century read this brochure to discover who you will meet and Integration Soldier Directorate the Valuable insight you will receive then register tOday Principal Sponsors Sponsors and Exhibitors Organised By Proud supporter of ® ODU Associate Sponsors how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 2. 2 register today to be a part of the biggest soldier modernisation event in the world WHY government and militarY customers attended in 2010: 10 Years of service to tHe international “ To enhance my understanding of capability soldier modernisation communitY gaps and interoperability issues for the warfighter and emergent technology solutions.” Soldier Technology is the longest-running Deputy Head of Capability Special Projects and soldier modernisation event in the G TH E SO LDIER MOD ER NI CBRN, UK MoD N world, year after year creating business SA VI TIO SER “ N CO To meet peers from other nations doing similar ARS OF development opportunities for those MMUNITY 10 YE involved in soldier system integration and work discuss issues with industry look out for showcasing game-changing technology to 10 Year A nniversar y new technology ” enhance the capabilities of the dismounted SO2 Soldier Systems, UK MoD soldier, marine and special operator. With over 700 international attendees in 2010 Soldier Technology is now the “ To look into technology advancements in soldier systems training and simulation biggest soldier modernisation event in the world too. technologies and assess military advancements in various countries It is the right forum to “…we come back to Soldier Technology each express the country’s requirements as well as year because all the right people attend…” show case our capabilites to the world ” Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, Cassidian Chief Liaison Officer, Indian Army Your 2011 pass will allow you to meet more soldier modernisation programme managers, more “ To keep me in touch with tactical challenges system integrators, more innovative manufacturers and service providers as well as enabling and with solutions emerging from applied you to spend more time in the onsite exhibition than ever before. Through our strong relationships technology.” with Government and Army offices, a far-reaching network of industry contacts across the globe and Branch Chief, Force Protection and Sustainment a team committed to assembling all the most relevant people actively involved in the development Branch, US Army and procurement of new soldier equipment, Soldier Technology 2011 is a highly effective way to do business with a diverse range of customers, potentially from new markets too. “ To enable me to make better judgement and get the best equipment in to service for the British services. As well as seeing what other countries are using and developing. ” WHat’s neW in 2011? Trials Officer, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army 10+ NEW PROGRAMMES NEW AWARDS – find out “ It is very informative and useful for enhancing AND NEW PROGRAMME which businesses and the soldier’s capabilities ” Director, Technical Management of Combat MANAGERS – meet and learn government leaders will win Vehicles and Engineering, DRDO from new programme the 5 NEW awards managers from Australia, Israel, Jordan, Italy, recognizing excellence and contributions to soldier “ To get technology updates, for discussion with Sweden, US Army and more to extend your modernization in 2010/2011 – a great way to keep the community of interest and networking and international business reach! your finger on the pulse of the community! exchange of ideas ” SO1 FIST, UK MOD 4+ NEW FOCUS SESSIONS NEW ROUNDTABLE AND NEW TOPICS – get the FORMAT – benefit from a “ To understand the latest and future developments that incorporate CIS with other latest information about what totally new learning and your customers really need in networking format at Soldier soldier systems.” Policy Analyst, UK Ministry of Defence key areas including weight reduction, power and Technology, get even closer to your customers! energy, soldier C4i and tests and trials! “ To test and evaluate small and medium caliber NEW PROCUREMENT AND weapons and related equipment and to extend my 2 NEW WORKSHOPS – understand how to increase R&D ExCLUSIVES – find out professional network ” what nations including MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN, US acceptance of your products Army ARDEC Sweden, Canada, Germany, and systems from experts on human system integration including Professor Karen France and more plan to procure and develop next! We guarantee you some big news! “ To ensure that I can keep abreast of Carr, Director of the Centre for Human Systems at developments and therefore be able to advise Defence Academy College of Management and NEW ONE-2-ONE Chain of Command. ” Technology, Cranfield University, Shrivenham! Light Weapons Requirements Manager, NETWORKING SITE – use MOD UK this all new online tool to plan NEW ExHIBITION LAYOUT AND NEW ExHIBITORS – in business meetings onsite, “ Gain insights into industry and other nations’ 2011 you are invited to visit generate interest in your product offerings and build programmes ” business leads pre-event! GSO1 COMBAT Staff Officer Class One – Combat, 50% more displays of new NEW ZEALAND ARMY soldier equipment and systems enabling you to MORE INPUT FROM THE identify more new innovators, benchmark against US ARMY - following your more advanced kit and discuss collaboration with request to meet and find out more potential new partners! more from US Army receive Your cd customers in 2011 you will meet leaders from featuring synchronized NEW GUEST KEYNOTE agencies including PEO Joint Tactical Radio conference slides DINNER SPEAKER – join 250 Systems, the Future Force Integration Directorate and commentary for of your peers at the exclusive and Training and Doctrine Command! your team back in the networking and awards dinner at an all new venue with one of the world’s office! leading military figures, Outstanding Contact us today toO ttend Military Speaker TBC reserve your copy!A ve ees r 6 in 2 bring Your colleagues and lots of business cards! 00010
  • 3. capture all the Value on Offer by booking for 4 days! O 5 n 20 na 3 ve ti o 3 r ns iconference and exHibition HigHligHts You can’t afford to miss! 11 UK Army Leadership and UK Subject Matter Experts on the Future of Soldier Modernisation! Get the clearest picture possible of what the UK MoD is doing to modernize equipment and capability for the soldier and marine from over 10 speakers in 2011! Meet and learn from Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Capability Group, Integrated Soldier System Executive, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD plus his team of decision makers including Colonel Bill Pointing, Colonel Peter Rafferty, Marcus Bruton and Lt Colonel Martyn Wills! Additional briefings will be given by DSTL, DE&S, Defence Academy Shrivenham and more! Army Programme Leaders from Prime Contractors on Challenges and Opportunities! Find out what Prime Contractors for soldier modernization programmes need and aim to achieve in 2011 from influential figures in the defence industry today including Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, Cassidian as well as his counterparts from, Northrop Grumman, Sagem and more! There is simply no better place to showcase your innovation or benchmark against market leaders! Advanced Soldier Modernisation Programme Leaders Reveal their Strategies and New Plans To truly gauge where soldier modernization is heading in each country Soldier Technology will deliver the facts. Register today to find out what all the biggest, wealthiest and most forward thinking soldier modernization programme managers are focusing on today including Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, IdZ, Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Scorpion and FELIN, Gabi Dubresco, ANOG and Jason Blain, Project Land 125! Introductions To New Programme Managers And Their Teams Use Soldier Technology to gain introductions to shapers of national soldier modernisation programmes including new programme managers for Brazil’s COBRA, Jordan’s Future Soldier, Israel’s ANOG, Sweden’s MARKUS, Norway’s NORMANS, Italy’s Soldado Futuro, Poland’s TYTAN and Australia’s Phase 4 Project Land 125 programmes! Save yourself time, money and effort simply by registering for Soldier Technology 2011!Power 4 Crucial Focus Sessions to Discover your Customers’ Key Challenges!Weight Make sure you book for all 4 days to discover why Power, Weight, C4i and Test Feedback are so important for soldier modernisers today! These additional sessions will give you access to 28 subject matter experts from government soldier C4i modernization programmes, strategies to help them achieve their goals and advice on how to do business and who with! Don’t miss a single one if you want to fully understand your customers’ needs today! R&D50+ toP sPeakers You Will meet and learn from include: Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Colonel Erich Weissenbock, Head of Precision Colonel John Zavarelli, Program Manager, Capability Group, Defence Equipment and Engagement, European Defence Agency Handheld and Small Form Fit Factor, JPEO Joint Support, UK MoD Tactical Radio Systems, US Army Mark Richter, Programme Manager, Marine Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps Lt Colonel Staffan Lundmark, Soldier Section, Development, Austrian MoD New Results from NATO’s Weapons and Swedish Land Warfare Centre Sensors Working Group Tests and Trials to Dave Hadfield, DES SE LST - Portable Power, Increase Soldier Lethality Major Magnus Hallberg, Soldier Section, DE&S, UK MoD Swedish Land Warfare Centre Per Arvidsson, Chairman, Weapons and Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Director, Sensors Working Group, NATO Land Capability Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Land System Procurement, DGA, French MoD Group 1 Dismounted Soldier Dutch MoD Marcus Bruton, Team Leader, FIST, Defence Professor Karen Carr, Head of Centre for Gabi Dubresco, Head of Robotic Branch, Israeli Equipment and Support, UK MoD Human Systems, Defence Academy, Cranfield Defence Forces University Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST, Colonel Marisa A. Tanner, Division Chief, Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoD Major Matti Honkela, Programme Manager, Mission Command Capabilities Division, Future Warrior 2020, Finnish Armed Forces Force Integration Directorate, US Army Lt Colonel Laurent Barraco, Programme Manager, FELIN, DGA Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, Project Leader U42 Jason Blain, Director Integrated Soldier Soldier Equipment, Federal Office of Defense Systems, Development Directorate, Defence Colonel (ret’d) Vincent Goulding, Director, Technology and Procurement, German MoD Materiel Organisation, Department of Defence, Experimental Division, US Marine Corps Australian Government Warfighting Laboratory Lt Colonel Jacques Levesque, Project Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian Major Andrea Candian, Programme Manager, DND Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD Lt Colonel Kenneth Tapper, Director, Soldier Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Modernisation Programmes, Swedish Army Capability Group 1, Dismounted Soldier Major Arne Lamberth, Programme Manager, Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, MARKUS, Swedish Army Cassidian Rune Lausund, R&D Programme Manager, Lt Colonel Paul James, Commanding Officer, 40 NORMANS, Norwegian Research Agency, FFI Commando, UK Royal Marines (Tentative) Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Director, on r? s itte and s Patrick Curlier, Vice President, Business C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD Development, Optronics and Defence Division, u c w Twmmse topi Sagem, SAFRAN Group Colonel Yousef Al-Etan, Programmes Colonel Bill Pointing, Team Leader, FIST, l lo d ogra us up Fo ane pr, discd setvent! Individual Capability Group, Defence, Department Manager, King Abdullah Design and Equipment and Support, UK MoD hy dinmelidatesrs anpre-e Development Bureau, Jordanian Armed Forces n W ke ve u pe g ti p e sVisit www.soldiertechnology.com for more information n ei er h in Li ec ak wit eet R peabout collaborative opportunities s m
  • 4. 4 June 8 – 9 agenda-at-a glance June 8th, 2011 Main Conference Day 1 – National Soldier Modernisation Programme Updates and Survivability, Lethality and Human Capability Development 0800 Registration and Coffee 1145 How France Plans to Modernize Land Capabilities Programme Manager, Combatiente Brasiliero, 0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address through the Billion-Euro Scorpion Project Brazilian Army 0845 Integrating Equipment for Dismounted Close Combat in Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Director, 1500 Soldier Modernisation Under the Umbrella of the an Era of Persistent Conflict Land System Procurement, DGA, French MoD European Defence Agency Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual 1215 Networking Capabilities with the FELIN Soldiers Colonel Erich Weissenbock, Head of Precision Capability Group, Defence Equipment and Support, Deployment at the Platoon Level and Above Engagement, European Defence Agency UK MoD Patrick Curlier, Vice President, Business 1530 Commercial Sector Involvement in Future Soldier 0915 NATO Land Capability Group 1 Dismounted Soldier Development, Optronics and Defence Division, Systems Update Sagem, SAFRAN Group Colonel Marisa A. Tanner, Division Chief, Mission Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Command Capabilities Division, Future Force 1245 Introducing the Jordanian Future Soldier Programme Integration Directorate, US Army Capability Group 1, Dismounted Soldier (Invited) Development Strategy Michael T. McCarthy, Director of Operations, Future 0945 IMESS Switzerland: How an Advanced Concept Has Been Colonel Yousef Al-Etan, Programmes Department Transformed into an Operational Reality Force Integration Directorate, Mission Command Manager, King Abdullah Design and Development Complex, US Army Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, Bureau, Jordanian Armed Forces Casidian Colonel (ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Project 1315 Lunch and Networking Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army 1015 A Commander’s Observations from Afghanistan Lt Colonel Paul James, Commanding Officer, 40 1600 Afternoon Coffee and Networking Commando, UK Royal Marines (Tentative) 1430 Moving From Concept to Research and Development 1045 Early Morning Coffee And Networking Phase in the Brazilian Future Soldier Program Stream A – New Strategies to Improve Survivability for the Stream B – Enhancing Soldier Lethality through Advanced Stream C – Human Capability Development Workshop Soldier and Marine Weapons and Sensors 1645 How the US Marine Corps is Lightening the Load 1645 HYDRA and CERBORUS - Infantry Weapons Providing 1645 UK Human Capability Development Strategies for Soldier While Increasing Protection for the Squad and 40mm Medium and Low Velocity Air-Burst Firepower System Integrators Individual Marine Karstern Stern, Project Manager, Special Projects, Product Mark Richter, Programme Manager, Marine • Measuring and Leveraging Human Capability Division Infantry, Rheinmetall Weapon Munition Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps • Human Factors as Part of Equipment Design and Development 1715 New Results from NATO’s Weapons and Sensors Working 1715 A Holistic Approach to Threats, Weight, and Cost Group Tests and Tirals to Increase Lethality • Human System Integration Toivo Horvei, Director Business Development, Per Arvidsson, Chairman, Weapons and Sensors Working NFM Group Group, NATO Land Capability Group 1, Dismounted Professor Karen Carr, Head of Centre for Human Soldier Systems, Defence Academy, Cranfield University Emma Sparks, Lecturer, Centre for Human Systems 1745 Assessing Developments in Survivability and Weight at the Defence Academy College of Management and Management in the Finnish Warrior 2020 Programme 1745 Consolidating the Power Source for Rifle Accesories Technology, Cranfield University, Shrivenham Major Matti Honkela, Programme Manager, Carl Wallace, CEO, T.Worx Ventures Warrior 2020, Finnish Armed Forces 1815 Drinks reception and networking in the Exhibition Hall 1900 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 June 9th, 2011 Main Conference Day 2 – National Soldier Modernisation Programme Updates and Sustainability, Networking and Integration 0800 Registration and Coffee Battle Management/Ground Combat Systems, 1230 How NORMANS is Being Updated in Line with NATO 0825 Chairman’s Welcome Address Northrop Grumman Information Systems Recommendations 0830 Soldier Modernisation in Austria 1030 Early Morning Coffee And Networking Rune Lausund, R&D Programme Manager, Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force 1130 Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project Update - NORMANS, Norwegian Research Agency, FFI Development, Austrian MoD Procuring COTS/MOTS Technologies 1300 Lunch and Networking 0900 The Future in Sight – Perspectives on Optical Sight Lt Colonel Jacques Levesque, Project Manager, 1430 New Developments in Israel’s ANOG Programme Systems Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND Gabi Dubresco, Head of Robotic Branch, Israeli Lennart Ljungfelt, President, Aimpoint Major Jon Herbert, Project Director, Integrated Defence Forces 0930 IdZ 2 - Results from Recent User Trials and Plans For Soldier System Project, Canadian DND 1500 Australian Defence Force Approach to Developing Future Developments 1200 System Plan For The Future Swedish Soldier Integrated Soldiers Systems Solutions Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, Project Leader U42 Soldier Lt Colonel Kenneth Tapper, Director, Soldier Colonel Jason Blain, Director Integrated Soldier Equipment, Federal Office of Defense Technology Modernisation Programmes, Swedish Army Systems, Development Directorate, Defence Materiel and Procurement, German MoD Major Arne Lamberth, Programme Manager, Organisation, Department of Defence, Australian 1000 Introducing the Integrated Battle Management System (iBMS) MARKUS, Swedish Army Government Bill Clingempeel, Capture and Technology Lead, 1530 Afternoon Coffee and Networking Stream A – Networking and Sustaining the Future Soldier Stream B – Interactive Roundtable Discussions Stream C – Masterclass on Interface Integration 1600 Assessing New Dutch Plans to Deliver Energy to the 1600 Why Interoperability is the Key to the Future Soldier 1600 How to Develop and Integrate Effective Interfaces for New Soldier System System Soldier Systems Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Dutch MoD NATO Land Capability Group 1 – Dismounted Soldier Dr Elizabeth Redden, Chief, Army Research Laboratory 1630 How Italy Rapidly Developed Sophisticated -HRED Field Element, US Army Infantry Center Communications Capabilities for the Soldado Futuro Program Why is Connectivity so Important to the Soldier • Application for unmanned controllers Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Director, C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD System Integrator? Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoD • Integrating advanced worn displays Current versus Projected Energy and Power Requirements for the Future Slovenian Soldier Ales Lebar, Programme Manager, 21st Century How Can Industry Play More of a Role in the • Operating at night Soldier, Slovenian MoD Reduction of Weight? 1700 Panel Discussion – How to Extend Range and Mission Norwegian Army Procurement Office Time for the Dismounted Soldier and Small Unit Ales Lebar, Programme Manager, 21st Century Soldier, Slovenian MoD Game Changing Technologies to Enhance Networking Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Dutch MoD for the Dismounted Soldier Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Director, C4i, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD 1730 End of Conference Sessions how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 5. focus sessions agenda-at-a-glance 5 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, UK MoD0910 ABSL Power Solutions – Power Management to reduce burden on Soldier 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 Results Colonel (ret’d) Vincent Goulding, Director, Experimental Division, US Marine1010 Mid - Morning Coffee and Networking 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 1700 What NATO Nations are Doing to Reduce Size and Weight to Disencumber the Future Soldier 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 Patrick Comtois, Chief Engineer, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND 1100 Maintaining the Data Link Between Soldiers Sean Burke, Procurement and Finance Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project, Jean-Michel Petitjean, Battlefield Management Systems Expert, DGA/DT/ETAS, Canadian DND French MoD 1600 Mid - Afternoon Coffee and Networking 1130 UK Lessons Learned During Communications Integration for Future Soldier Systems Professor Bob Madahar, IMD Technologist, DSTL, UK MoD 1630 Assessing the Utility of an Integrated Test and Evaluation Approach to Trials of the Norwegian Future Soldier Programme 1230 Soldier Modernisation Experts on Strategies to Improve Data Sharing to Ensure the Right Keith Cook, Leader, Test and Evaluation, NORMANS, FFI Information Reaches the Right Soldier at the Right Time 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 how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 6. 6 bring cOlleagues tO gather all the infOrmatiOn 1045 Early Morning Coffee And Networking June 8tH, 2011 am main conference daY 1 – national soldier 1145 Transformation of the French Land Systems Brigadier General Dominique Luzeaux, Dr. Hab., Director, Land System modernisation Programme uPdates and survivabilitY, Procurement, Direction Générale de l’Armement, French MoD letHalitY and Human caPabilitY develoPment In France today many systems are currently being renovated or replaced. However this is not done on a one-to-one basis, but fits into a general systemic strategy that aims at transforming the Army and the Land systems in order to provide increased operational efficiency, while optimizing 0800 Registration and Coffee global cost and taking advantage of modern technologies. An outstanding orator, one of the top decision makers in the French MoD today and a shaper of global trends in soldier modernisation, 0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address join Brigadier General Luzeaux to discover: • Current status of programs to transform land capabilities for France 0845 Integrating Equipment for Dismounted Close Combat in an • Research and technology activities in land systems and rationale for investments Era of Persistent Conflict • Focus of future activities and lessons learned since 2010 Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Head, Individual Capability Group, Defence Equipment and Support, UK MoD 1215 Networking Capabilities with the FELIN Soldiers No one better could set the scene for soldier modernization than Brigadier General Carew Wilks, Deployment at the Platoon Level and Above leader of the team that procures new equipment for the future soldier and the most relevant figure Patrick Curlier, Vice President, Business Development, Optronics and Defence in UK soldier modernization today. To find out about the Future Integrated Soldier Technology Division, Sagem, SAFRAN Group project, related activities and procurement initiatives as well as the key focus areas for the Individual Capability Group at the Defence Equipment and Support agency, which procures all A first FELIN battalion has been delivered in 2010 to the French Army and is planned equipment for the soldier, make sure you have your main conference pass and are seated early: to be deployed at a rate of 4 battalions per year till 2015. The FELIN soldier has been • Assessing the current fight – what does the dismounted close combatant really need? designed first to enhance individual capability in all domains of the close dismounted • Future Integrated Soldier Technology update combat. However, FELIN functions as part of a team rather than alone on the battlefield • News and developments from related UK soldier system modernization initiatives and already demonstrated through field experimentation NEC during the conduct of operation at the platoon level and above. FELIN as for the other platforms shall maintain 0915 NATO Land Capability Group 1 Dismounted Soldier Update a comprehensive understanding of the situation with automated, fast and accurate Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 1, information shared between combat team members. These information must stay abreast Dismounted Soldier (Invited) of the important elements; where am I, where are my teammates and where is the enemy. This presentation will detail the collaborative capability at the low tactical level If you are new to Soldier Technology you simply can’t miss the NATO update on international soldier modernisation from Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, perhaps one of the most well known (platoon and Inter - Arms company) used by dismounted leaders in their conduct of figures in the community today. Having led the group in NATO responsible for coordinating operation and expected to be implemented in the Army before 2015. the advancement of soldier systems and capabilities for over 4 years, Lt Colonel Bodner has accumulated a vast amount of knowledge and experience the he will share with you, including: 1245 Introducing the Jordanian Future Soldier Programme • Organisation and mission of NATO Land Capability Group 1, Dismounted Soldier Development Strategy • The imperative of cooperation for development of soldier systems to be fielded in coalition Colonel Yousef Al-Etan, Programmes Department Manager, King Abdullah operations Design and Development Bureau, Jordanian Armed Forces • Freedoms and capabilities delivered to the soldier through soldier modernization over the past Soldier modernization in the Middle East is of great interest at the moment because of the 5 years vast wealth of many of the nations in the region but also because they have taken their time to • A whirlwind tour of international soldier modernization today – who’s who and which nations discover from other countries what is working and what is not. We are delighted to welcome are investing? this year as a guest speaker Colonel Al-Etan, a figure well known in Jordan but new to the international soldier modernization community – this is his first presentation at Soldier 0945 IMESS Switzerland: How an Advanced Concept Has Been Technology. Make sure you attend this session where Colonel Al-Etan will reveal: Transformed into an Operational Reality • Future soldier program phase I Helmet Huegle, Head of Army Programmes, Cassidian • Futuer soldier program phase II Make sure you join this session to get an exclusive perspective on one of the most • Comparison between future soldier items - capability, weight and cost exciting soldier modernisation projects in Europe! Mr Huegle, a key figure in global soldier modernisation, will give you fresh insight into how Cassidian has transformed capabilities for the 1315 Lunch and Networking Swiss Army through the IMESS project. During this session, one of the conference highlights, 1430 Moving From Concept to Research and Development you’ll learn about: • Field trials and lesson learned Phase in Brazil’s Combatiente Brasiliero • Body equipment: overcome the diliemma of functionality vs. weight Programme Manager, Combatiente Brasiliero, Brazilian Army • Extending missions through advanced vehicle integration If you missed last year’s introduction to the Brazilian future soldier programme – COBRA • Industialisation: how to ramp up soldier systems to equip platoons – make sure you join this session to discover why Brazil views soldier modernization as a • Way ahead and future extensions strategic investment. Even if you did catch the briefing in 2010 you’ll need to be here because the programme manager has changed so you must introduce yourself! During this fresh 1015 A Commander’s Observations from Afghanistan presentation you’ll learn about: Lt Colonel Paul James, Commanding Officer, 40 Commando, UK Royal • The organization, processes and timescale of developments to understand what it takes to partner with Brazil on its’ future soldier project Marines (Tentative) • The rationale for Brazil’s determination to develop a fuller capability set for its future soldiers Lt Colonel James is a warfighter. Let him give you an accurate and frank account of the real • The key investment areas for Brazil’s future soldier system challenges and requirements a Royal Marine Commando unit faces on a daily basis in Sangin, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. A place where some of the fiercest fights were won and suicide 1500 Soldier Modernisation Under the Umbrella of the European bombs a daily threat, the information and detail that you simply don’t get anywhere else, is what you will receive during this highly informative briefing from a leading figure in the UK Royal Defence Agency Marines. This presentation will assist you to understand your customers and crucially to spend Colonel Erich Weissenbock, Head of Precision Engagement, European time on the real needs of the warfighter today. Defence Agency • The operational environment – some truths If you haven’t already met Colonel Weissenbock he is a key figure in European soldier • Where technology is helping, and where it currently does not modernization, taking an active role in the coordination and progress of groups such as the • Strategic and tactical decision making in theatre – what assisted? Combat Equipment of Dismounted Soldiers (CDA), a 9-nation effort to affordably harmonise the capability requirements for the next generation of soldier’s equipment. New projects and focus areas for the EDA include Force Protection so make sure you join this insightful and updated presentation to find out about the: • Current status of programmes that the European Defence Agency is pursuing • Research and technology activities in force protection • Focus of future activities for the soldier 1530 Commercial Sector Involvement in Future Soldier Systems Colonel Marisa A. Tanner, Division Chief, Mission Command Capabilities Division, Future Force Integration Directorate, US Army Michael T. McCarthy, Director of Operations, Future Force Integration Directorate, Mission Command Complex, US Army Colonel (ret’d) Richard Hansen, Former Project Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, US Army If you have every wondered when commercial sector technologies like the I-Pad and I-Phone will be integrated into military spec systems you’ll truly value this exclusive briefing from the US Army! We are delighted to give you the chance to find out why the US Army is investing After the first focus sessions get ready for the national in mainstream technologies to achieve greater effect, reduce weight and rapidly advanced capabilities for the dismounted soldier directly from two of the most important figures working updates on June 8! this key issue today! Join Colonel Tanner and Mr McCarthy, the two decision makers on future how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 7. bOOK tOday tO receiVe yOur discOunted pass - saVe up tO £999! 7 force integration for the US Army to learn about: Soldier Weapons, and with end-user input from active and Guard soldiers, the T.Worx Ventures • What the US Army is doing to leverage mainstream R&D for the benefit of the dismounted team has designed the ARC-PT system to be a user-friendly, drop-in replacement on existing soldier M4 carbines. The system is backwards compatible with existing legacy accessories, while • Which commercially available technology sets are of most interest to the US Army today also providing the platform for the next generation of lighter accessories with expanded • How the US Army plans to overcome the clear security and integration issues of using capabilities. During this briefing you will learn how the ARCPT: publicly available technology in austere and life-threatening environments • Simplifies power management • Reduces the overall weight of the weapon • Balances the weapon and improves handling stream a – neW strategies to imProve • • Provides a central control pad for all weapon-mounted accessories Opens up opportunities for next generation accessories survivabilitY for tHe soldier and marine 1645 How the US Marine Corps is Lightening the Load While stream c – Increasing Protection for the Squad and Individual Marine Mark Richter, Programme Manager, Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Human caPabilitY develoPment WorksHoP Marine Corps Make sure you join Mark Richter for this exclusive interview on Marine requirements for new 1645 UK Human Capability Development Strategies for Soldier protection. Drawing on his vast record of Marine feedback from Iraq and Afghanistan Mr Richter System Integrators will give you the data and insight you need to rapidly improve the protection levels and weight Professor Karen Carr, Head of Centre for Human Systems, Defence Academy, and acceptance of your product or system. Join this unmissable briefing to discover: Cranfield University • Marine feedback on current armour • New requirements for survivability coming out of Afghanistan Emma Sparks, Lecturer, Centre for Human Systems at the Defence Academy College of Management and Technology, Cranfield University, Shrivenham • How the Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad has contributed to the development of lighter, more survivable kit for the Marine Find out from two of the world’s leading thinkers in the field of Human System Integration how • Advice on the new drivers for protection to increase acceptance of your soldier products and systems during this exclusive workshop! Before joining Cranfield University at Shrivenham, Professor Carr spent 21 years in defence1715 A Holistic Approach to Threats, Weight, and Cost industry, initially carrying out human factors research and providing consultancy support in Toivo Horvei, Director Business Development, NFM Group the areas such as Human-Machine Interface, information management, design processes and tools, and synthetic environments. Customers included BAe Systems, Lockheed Martin, The modern soldier is dealing with a variety of missions, climates and threats. All of them Northrop Grumman, Airbus, Boeing, MoD and DoD. Karen became Head of the Human Factors are adding to his battle weight and the amount of kit that he must carry in combat. “Soldier department in BAE Systems before moving into the company’s Head Office to take on a more survivability” is a phrase where armour is a key element, but there is so much more to strategic role as Director of Capability. consider. Join experts from one of the world’s market leaders in protective capability to learn about: In November 2006 Karen took up her present role to develop the Centre for Human • Lightening the total soldier system Systems at the Defence Academy. She teaches a range of behavioural topics on courses covering Through Life Capability Management, Engineering, Acquisition and Leadership. She • How and where to attack the problem. is currently leading an MoD research programme to take a pan-DLOD approach to supporting • Mitigating non ballistic threats too Cognitive Capability in Defence. • Lightening the load but reducing cost. is that possible? Dr Sparks is a Systems Engineer specialising in human systems. Formerly a consultant to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory in Adelaide where Emma worked1745 Assessing Developments in Survivability and Weight extensively over the last three years to help progress Project Land 125, the Australian Soldier Management in the Finnish Warrior 2020 Programme Modernisation Programme. Major Matti Honkela, Programme Manager, Warrior 2020, Finnish Armed In September 2005 Emma Joined Cranfield University, specialising in systems thinking, Forces enterprise architecture and more recently Human Factors Integration. Warrior 2020 sets out to radically improve capabilities for the dismounted soldier in the Finnish Army and part of this will be the enhancement of the survivability and protection and weight aspects of the system. Join Major Honkela who looks after the programme to discover: 1815 Exhibition Drinks Reception • Drivers for modernisation of soldier systems in Finland Relax and unwind with customers and potential partners • Why survivability is a priority during this informal drinks reception in the centre of • How Warrior 2020 will reduce weight the exhibition. With sessions over you’ll find that your • Other key areas of focus for Warrior 2020 customers are ready to discuss the needs of their end users with you over a glass of beer or wine! Remember to bring lots of business cards! stream b – enHancing soldier letHalitY 1845 10th Anniversary Networking Awards Dinner at Chiswick House with Senior Military Guest Speaker TBC – tHrougH advanced WeaPons and sensors Visit www.soldiertechnology.com for more details Continuing with tradition Soldier Technology gives 250 delegates LDIER MOD E SO the chance to spend an evening with leaders from national soldier ER TH NI G N SA VI1645 HYDRA and CERBORUS - Infantry Weapons Providing TIO SER modernization programmes in an intimate networking environment. N CO ARS OF MMUNITY 40mm Medium and Low Velocity Air-Burst Firepower Attendees benefit from a champagne reception, an industry awards 10 YE Karsten Stern, Project Manager, Product Division Infantry, Rheinmetall 10 Year A nniver sar y ceremony with 5 NEW awards in 2011, a Vision Speech from a senior Weapon and Munition military leader soon to be confirmed and plenty of time to relax and unwind with the world’s soldier modernisation decision makers! All this Rheinmetall is well known for its innovative infantry weapons MP 38, Fallschirmjägergewehr will take place at Chiswick House, an exciting new venue for 2011! 42, MG 42 and Sturmgewehr 44. After 6 decades of abscense in the field of infantry weapons Rheinemtall Weapon Munitions returns with the GLM/ UGL CERBORUS and AGL HYDRA. These combine the innovative ammunition family 40mm LV and MV with state of the art weapons engineering.1715 New Results from NATO’s Weapons and Sensors Working Group to Increase Soldier Lethality Per Arvidsson, Chairman, Weapons and Sensors Working Group, NATO Land Capability Group 1 Dismounted Soldier We are pleased to give you the chance to spend time with Mr Arvidsson once again after a two year hiatus. Not only is Mr Arvidsson a procurement leader in the Swedish FMV organization, he is also a crucial figure in the NATO soldier modernization community as the head of the weapons and sensors group for Land Capability Group 1, Dismounted Soldier. During this briefing you’ll learn about: • Progress being made by NATO on standards for weapons and sensors • The importance of training versus new capability development • How Sweden is planning to procure and develop sensor networks1745 Consolidating the Power Source for Rifle Accesories Carl Wallace, CEO, T.Worx Ventures Find out who the winners will be in 5 NEW award categories T.Worx Ventures developed the Accessory Rail Communication and Power Transfer system (ARC-PT) through US Army SBIR Phase I and Phase II funding. Under the guidance of PM at the annual networking and awards dinner on June 8! how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 8. 8 dOn’t miss Out On all the business deVelOpment OppOrtunities in 2011! • A detailed approach to scenario development from the soldier perspective June 9tH, 2011 • Next steps for Sweden’s soldier modernization initiatives 1230 How NORMANS is Being Updated in Line with NATO main conference daY 2 – national soldier Recommendations modernisation Programme uPdates and survivabilitY, Rune Lausund, R&D Programme Manager, NORMANS, Norwegian Research Agency, FFI letHalitY and Human caPabilitY develoPment If you want to find out how far the Norwegian soldier modernization project has come over the past year make sure you participate in this session with the R&D programme manager, Rune 0800 Registration and Coffee Lausund. Since the Norwegian Army Procurement office took a role in the programme in 2010 Mr Lausund has been developing the next generation of capabilities and upgrades so this is a 0825 Chairman’s Welcome Address valuable opportunity for you to find out what he has been focusing on: • Introduction to Norway’s future soldier programme 0830 Soldier Modernisation in Austria • New capabilities planned through the next version Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force Development, Austrian • How NATO will be more interoperable and interchangeable than ever before MoD Make sure you arrive early to take your seat for this timely presentation from Austria’s senior 1300 Lunch and Networking force development leader Brigadier General Huber. He will give you new information about the importance of: 1430 New Developments in Israel’s ANOG Programme • Collaboration and cooperation when modernising with a small army Gabi Dubresco, Head of Robotic Branch, Israeli Defence Forces • Making decisions that balance costly R&D with affordable COTS equipment Take advantage of this rare opportunity to find out what Israel is doing to improve capabilities • The roadmap for Austria’s soldier modernisation programme for its dismounted soldiers through the integration of some of the most advanced technology in the world! By joining this briefing you’ll also meet the new programme manager for ANOG 0900 The Future in Sight – Perspectives on Optical Sight as well as his head of Urban Warfare, two key figures in the Israeli defence sector. You’ll learn Systems about: Lennart Ljungfelt, President, Aimpoint • New wearable systems for dismounted soldiers Aimpoint is one of the greatest soldier equipment success stories in recent times as Mr • Complimentary technology including unmanned vehicles Ljungfelt will tell you himself. The originator of red-dot sights, or reflext sights, Aimpoint is • C4i and optics as cornerstones of the soldier system now a provider of a broad range of high quality, accurate and innovative target acquisition devices for soldier weapon systems, snipers systems and handheld systems. During this 1500 Australian Defence Force Approach to Developing briefing you will receive a vision of future capabilities for the soldier in key areas including: Integrated Soldiers Systems Solutions • Soldier requirements Colonel Jason Blain, Director Integrated Soldier Systems, Development • System performance Directorate, Defence Materiel Organisation, Department of Defence, • Life-Cycle-Cost Australian Government We are pleased to give you this exclusive opportunity to meet and learn from the leader of the 0930 IdZ 2 - Results from Recent User Trials and Plans For next phase of modernization for the Australian Project Land 125! Nowhere else will you get the Future Developments chance to find out about planned capabilities and the new organization and structure of one of Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert, Project Leader U42 Soldier Equipment, Federal Office the world’s biggest and most successful projects! During this unmissable briefing you’ll find of Defense Technology and Procurement, German MoD out: • The new organizational structure of the Australian future soldier project Make sure you register for this must attend session with one of the most well respected figures in soldier modernisation today. Join Dr Karl-Heinz Rippert after two years away from Soldier • Lessons learned during previous phases of Project Land 125 Technology as he reveals the progress he and his team have been making with version 2 of the • Planned capabilities for Phase 4 advanced soldier system IdZ. During his briefing you will get new information about: 1530 Afternoon Coffee and Networking • IdZ progress since 2009 • Feedback from recent trials and demonstrations • Major capability improvements delivered through version 2 receive Your cd 1000 Introducing the Integrated Battle Management System (iBMS) 3 benefits of your cd: Bill Clingempeel, Capture and Technology Lead, Battle Management/Ground 1. Have an educational tool to use back in the office Combat Systems, Northrop Grumman Information Systems Make sure you join this briefing with one of the world’s leading experts on Battlefield 2. Review and capture all the information any time you Management Systems Bill Clingampeel, Northrop Grumman. He will give you new information like about the latest advances in networking the soldier into the battlefield arena, don’t miss it! For more information about this briefing visit www.soldiertechnology.com 3. Use the data and contacts on the slides for years to come 1030 Early Morning Coffee And Networking 1130 Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project Update - Procuring COTS/MOTS Technologies stream a – Lt Colonel Jacques Levesque, Project Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND netWorking and sustaining tHe future soldier Major Jon Herbert, Project Director, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND 1600 Assessing New Dutch Plans to Radically Improve Join this presentation to receive new information about Canada’s national soldier modernisation project at a time when it is going to Request for Proposal. As a fully funded and Sustainment for the Future Dutch Soldier priority programme for the Canadian DnD the Integrated Soldier System Project is one of the Luc de Beer, Project Director, Improved Operational Soldier System (VOSS), most advanced soldier modernisation projects in the world. Register for the main conference to Dutch MoD benefit from an update on: If you want to find out why the Dutch MoD is excited about developments in its national soldier • The Canadian Integrated Soldier System Project (ISSP) modernization programme make sure you join Mr de Beer and his team who have made a • Rationalising requirements for effectively integrating soldier devices and equipment breakthrough in soldier power. During this presentation you will learn about: • Using a Human Factors-centric approach for procurement of DSS • The VOSS concept • Challenges and opportunities for the procurement of DSS • Key areas of investment to date • Why power is a key driver for the VOSS system 1200 System Plan For The Future Swedish Soldier • Game-changing results Lt Colonel Kenneth Tapper, Director, Soldier Modernisation Programmes, Swedish Army 1630 How Italy’s Soldado Futuro Provides Enhanced Network Major Arne Lamberth, Programme Manager, MARKUS, Swedish Army Capability at the Soldier Level One of the biggest draws to this year’s Soldier Technology conference is the opportunity to Lt Colonel Angelo Assorati, Project Director, C4i, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD meet and learn from a large delegation from the Swedish Army and Land Warfare Centre, the You must attend this session to get the latest information from the Italian future soldier two stakeholders in soldier modernization in Sweden. The Swedish programme MARKUS has programme about how it successfully connects the soldier into the operational and higher been in development for years and is now moving to Request for Proposal phase so it is the networks through advanced C4i. There is no-one better than Lt Colonel Assorati to give you: right time to gather information from the MARKUS team! Join today to learn about: • Information about the Italian C4i framework in support of the soldier • Organisation of Sweden’s future soldier programme • Insight into how Soldado Futuro is networked into the national backbone • MARKUS overview and relationship to the wider army modernisation strategy • Advice on overcoming challenges with information sharing and security at the soldier level • Assessing the system engineering and requirements lessons learned how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 9. bOOK tOday tO receiVe yOur discOunted pass - saVe up tO £999! 91700 Network Architecture for the Future Slovenian Soldier serving soldiers as well as those involved in the procurement and logistics chain. Ales Lebar, Programme Manager, 21st Century Soldier, Slovenian MoD • Li-ion Pouch Cell technology • BB-XX90 Pouch cell battery Development To discover more about the impact soldier modernization is having in Central and Eastern Europe make sure you participate in this session when the leader of the Slovenian programme • Smaller lighter batteries and chargers Mr lebar will give you: • How this helps the individual soldier • An update on the capabilities of the future soldier project • The rationale for R&D in energy and networking capabilities for the Slovenian future soldier 0940 Assessing Energy Requirements for the Marine Squad and • Challenges and objectives ahead How they Are Met Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps During this briefing you will be given an exclusive perspective on the latest requirements for energy for a Marine operating in Afghanistan and insight into how this demand is supplied. You’ll stream b – roundtable discussions on learn about the weight, size and power of current power architecture and crucially how the Marine Corps is planning to address the associated challenges through new and effective solutions interoPerabilitY and connectivitY including: • Lighter power • Smaller and distributed power • Equipment that draws less energy without compromising on effect1600 Why Interoperability is the Key to the Future Soldier System 1010 Mid - Morning Coffee and Networking NATO Land Capability Group 1 – Dismounted Soldier 1040 Taking a Closer Look at the Advantages for the Soldier of Why is Connectivity so Important to the Soldier System Canada’s Advanced Soldier Adaptive Power Project Integrator? Ed Andrukaitis, Project Manager, Adaptive Power Source Program, Defence Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoD Research and Development Canada Lessons Learned from Connecting Soldiers on the Ed Andrukaitis has been with Defence R&D Canada, the S&T arm of the Canadian Department of National Defence since 1990. His background is primarily in electrochemistry and for the past Battlefield twelve years he has been the S&T project manager of the Advanced Electrical Power Sources FFI, Norway Project. The goal is to ensure mission effectiveness, maximize survivability and reduce O&M cost where possible by sponsoring and performing R&D in electrochemical power sources Game Changing Technologies to Enhance Networking for such as fuel cells, batteries, renewable energy sources and other promising electrical producing the Dismounted Soldier technologies that can be used as power sources for the Canadian Forces. Join Ed for this must- Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory attend session to learn about: • How to increase mission effectiveness through adaptive power • Advantages in survivability that can be easily gained • How Canada has focused its Research and Development on core priorities for the soldier 1110 Moving Toward Common Connectivity to Resolve Crucial stream c – Challenges for the Dismounted Soldier Dave Hadfield, DES SE LST - Portable Power, DE&S, UK MoD masterclass on interface integration If there is one presentation you can’t afford to miss at Soldier Technology this year it’s this one. Mr Hadfield is one of the world’s well known experts on power and energy for the dismounted soldier as well as the key procurement lead for the UK MoD on all portable power for the soldier.1600 How to Develop and Integrate Effective Interfaces for New As we deploy more equipment we need a power infrastructure to deliver the energy. So, if you Soldier Systems want an official UK position on soldier power as well as time with the expert make sure you have Dr Elizabeth Redden, Chief, Army Research Laboratory -HRED Field Element, your pass to this day booked in advance. You’ll learn about: US Army Infantry Center • The connectivity imperative – where is power architecture heading? Don’t miss this new masterclass from the US Army’s expert in the field of soldier interfaces. • Power recharge versus cost effective alternatives? During this interactive briefing you’ll learn about the application and integration of controllers • Portable power for the future UK infantryman when weight is already a challenge into small unit and squad situations plus how to better perform at night. Don’t miss it! • How the UK focuses on interoperability through research and acquisition of power sources for • Application for unmanned controllers the dismounted soldier • Integrating advanced worn displays • Operating at night 1140 Reducing the Burden of Power Sources Dr Darren Browning, Capability lead – Power Sources Team, Defence Science1730 End of Conference Sessions and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) The in-depth presentation will discuss the burden issue associated with power sources for the UK dismounted infantry. MOD’s research efforts into improved and novel power sources will be described in detail, giving you fresh and valuable insight. Technologies to be discussed includes advanced batteries, fuel cells and energy scavenging. Some of the key focus areas you will gain June 7tH, 2011 am knowledge and data in include: • Power sources for the soldier PoWer, energY and connectivitY • Batteries for dismounted soldiers • Fuel Cells and other power formats 1210 Assessing the Imperative of Common Connectivity to0800 Registration and Coffee Resolve the Power Challenge for the Soldier0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address Ed Andrukaitis, Project Manager, Adaptive Power Source Programme, Defence Research and Development Canada0840 Managing the Power Demand for the Future Integrated Dave Hadfield, DES SE LST - Portable Power, DE&S, UK MoD Soldier Marcus Bruton, Team Leader, FIST, Defence Equipment and Support, UK Darren Browning, Power Sources Team, Physical Sciences Department, DSTL MoD Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, US Marine Corps Join the subject matter expert and a chief architect of the Future Integrated Soldier System Mr Luc de Beer, Project Director, VOSS, Dutch MoD Bruton to discover how each component in the soldier system will use power and how this Make sure you attend this interactive discussion with the speakers from the power and energy energy demand will be met. You will receive new information and valuable insight, don’t miss sessions, there’s no better way to find out what industry and military and government decision this briefing! makers are going to do about the biggest challenge today: how to provide enough energy to the soldier without overburdening him or her? Some of the key questions that will be addressed0910 ABSL Power Solutions – Power Management to reduce include: burden on Soldier • Why is connectivity the answer to the power challenge? Colonel (Retd) Peter Barry CBE, Business Development Manager, ABSL • How can we move closer to a coherence policy on power? Power Solutions Ltd • Can material advantages be gained from using different, available power sources? Mr David Goodwin, Business Development Manager, ABSL Power • Is current government investment in power aligned with the urgency of the challenge? Solutions Ltd • Where could industry play a bigger role in rapidly delivering a soluition? The presentation will describe ABSL development of a new Li-ion pouch cell technology and ’s how this coupled with the work the Company is undertaking on chargers and power management 1300 Lunch and Networking generally will all help to reduce the burden on the individual soldier. The presentation is aimed at how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 10. 10 don’t miss out on all the business development opportunities in 2011! Major Andrea Candian, Programme Manager, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD June 7tH, 2011 Pm Major Tiberius Tomoiaga, Programme Manager, Romania’s Individual Fighting System, Romanian MoD WeigHt, size and integration Finish the sessions today by asking your questions, commenting on the discussion and getting involved in a dialogue with the speakers during this panel session. With the emphasis firmly on accountability and responsibility of national governments to reduce the weight of soldier systems you’ll be sure to have your own opinions, join this crucial end-phase to express it! 1300 Registration and Coffee Topics for discussion will include: • Balancing the need for lighter equipment with requirements for new and greater capability 1330 Chairman’s Welcome Address • Where is the most responsible area to invest time and money in R&D to continue to drive down weight and reduce size? 1345 How the British Army Will Be Reducing Weight to Give the • What is industry doing to promote and design lighter systems for the soldier? Dismounted Soldier Greater Mobility Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST, Defence, Equipment and Support, 1730 End of Conference Day UK MoD To get an up-to-date perspective on how the UK is planning to reduce weight for the British soldier from a senior leader in the British Army make sure you join Colonel Rafferty for this in-depth presentation. He will give you facts and plans on: “...a highly effective way to meet most • Current UK approaches to reducing weight • Plans to augment protection while balancing the need for lighter more mobile soldiers • The roadmap for weight and burden management in the UK 1415 Assessing How France Developed, Fielded and Continues if not all of the soldier modernisers in to Deploy Innovative, Lightweight, Soldier Systems Lt Colonel Laurent Barraco, Programme Manager, FELIN, DGA the world in one place...” To truly understand the relationship between weight and end user acceptance of a soldier system you must listen to this presentation from Lt Colonel Laurent Barraco, who works for the French defence procurement agency and looks after the hugely successful and multi-billion Colonel (ret’d) Richard Hansen, euro FELIN project. There’s simply no better person to give you tips and advice on how to get weight down while maintaining a high level of capability. Don’t forget to check the FELIN Former Project Manager, Soldier Warrior, soldiers at the SAGEM stand too! During this briefing you’ll learn about: PEO Soldier, US Army • The history of one of the world’s most accepted future soldier platforms • Where weight and size and power were addressed during R&D and acquisition phases • Motivators and inhibitors to reducing weight – how they were overcome • FELIN in the future and networking into SCORPION 1445 How the US Marine Corps Approaches Experimental June 10tH, 2011 am Modernization to Generate Game Changing Results Colonel (ret’d) Vincent Goulding, Director, Experimental Division, US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory delivering c4i doWn to tHe soldier level We are delighted to welcome Mr Goulding to Soldier Technology for the first time. As the leader of one of the most advanced outfits in the Marine Corps today, Mr Goulding is best 0800 Registration and Coffee placed to give you up-to-date information about the new projects and R&D in the pipeline at the US Marine Corps. During this exclusive briefing you’ll learn about new technologies and 0830 Chairman’s Welcome Address initiatives to lighten the load for the Marine including: • The mobile tactical network 0900 The UK’s Evolving Approach to Situational Awareness for • The imperative of mobility for any tactical operator the Dismounted Soldier • How technology is reducing the logistics footprint of the squad and individual Marine Colonel Bill Pointing, Team Leader, FIST, Individual Capability Group, Defence, Equipment and Support, UK MoD 1515 Mid - Afternoon Coffee and Networking Colonel Pointing is one of a small group of leaders from the UK individual Capability Group charged with the development of the soldier system and related capability sets to increase 1600 Lessons Learned by the Soldado Futuro System situational awareness for dismounted close combatant. There is no better person in DE&S to Integration Team When Reducing Weight help you understand what is being done to: Major Andrea Candian, Programme Manager, Soldado Futuro, Italian MoD • Increase situational awareness for the dismounted soldier For the second year you will have the rare chance to discover what the Italian MoD is doing • Affordably integrate new capabilities into the force to support SA at the soldier level to advance capabilities for the dismounted soldier. With a focus on ISTAR, the Italian future • Network the soldier into the national C4i backbone soldier programme, Soldado Futuro, has got to invest in weight-reducing technologies so as not to encumber the soldier but still offer the very best capabilities. Join Major Candian, 0930 Joint Tactical Radio Systems for the US Army Programme Manager, Soldado Futuro, who will reveal their approaches to reducing weight and Colonel John Zavarelli, Program Manager, Handheld and Small Form Fit improving mobility for the dismounted soldier. Factor, JPEO Joint Tactical Radio Systems, US Army • Soldado Futuro update Join one of the US Army’s most outstanding thought leaders during a briefing on a highly • Soldado Futuro as a way to reduce weigh and increase capability and mobility for the future innovative concept – networking capability for every soldier. The Rifleman Radio being Italian soldier developed by Colonel Zavarelli offers soldiers voice communication and position location plus • Pitfalls to avoid and successful strategies to employ when reevaluating your soldier system networking capability. Find out how this new capability will: for weight efficiencies • Save lives 1630 Weight Management Strategies for Romania’s Individual • Make the unit more versatile • increase lethality Fighting System to Develop a Lighter Load for the Future • improve survivability for the soldier Soldier Major Tiberius Tomoiaga, Programme Manager, Romania’s Individual Fighting 1000 How ANOG Integrates Advanced C4i to Empower the System, Romanian MoD Future Soldier Romania was among the first countries from Europe’s Central and Eastern European bloc to Nir Israeli, Head of Urban Warfare, Israeli MoD establish a future soldier programme and through extensive R&D has invested in defining how the system will look and where weight, load carriage and mobility will be addressed. In the second of the guest presentation from Israel’s Infantry Fighting Capability development Join Major Tomoiaga, who has been working on the RIFS project longer than anyone else, to team you will be given valuable new information about the advanced capabilities Israeli discover his thoughts on weight reduction: soldiers have at their disposal and how they are powered, integrated and effectively usef. Don’t miss this briefing to discover: • Romania’s specific requirements for soldier system modernization • Which technology sets are contributing most to the soldier’s capability • Why weight is so important for the successful development of the individual fighting system • How the soldier links to the national backbone and networks with other assets • Lessons learned during definition and research and development • Where Israel will invest next 1700 What NATO Nations are Doing to Reduce Size and Weight 1030 Mid - Morning Coffee and Networking to Disencumber the Future Soldier Moderator - Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 1100 Maintaining the Data Link Between Soldiers 1, Dismounted Soldier Jean-Michel Petitjean, Battlefield Management Systems Expert, DGA/DT/ETAS, Colonel Peter Rafferty, Team Leader, FIST, Defence, Equipment and Support, French MoD UK MoD To achieve a better coordination in military operation, FELIN system uses a portable PC. how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
  • 11. book today to receive your discounted pass - save up to £999! 11 Connected simultaneously with the tactical radio network and the soldier network, it allows • How Sweden is reducing weight of soldier equipment the soldier to be simultaneously in radio contact with other BMS and his FELIN subordinates • Approaches to integration of new soldier products into legacy systems during the disembarked mission. In embarked mode, it allows to synchronize tactical data with • Managing trade-offs when modernizing the Swedish future soldier system the vehicle BMS and to prepare the next disembarked mission of the soldier. Find out more how this advanced battlefield management system works including: 1530 Performance-based Specifications - A Procurement • General architecture of the FELIN BMS Approach for Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project • Capabilities of the FELIN BMS in disembarked mode Patrick Comtois, Chief Engineer, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian • Capabilities of the FELIN BMS in embarked mode DND • Main gains for soldier operations Sean Burke, Procurement and Finance Manager, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian DND1130 Next Generation Soldier-to-Soldier Communications to Enhance Situational Awareness Don’t miss this presentation when the chief system engineer for the Canadian future soldier programme Integrated Soldier System Project will reveal how the team approached tests and Professor Bob Madahar, IMD Technologist, DSTL, UK MoD trials to generate a performance-based specification for their future soldier system. During this Join one of the UK’s most forward thinking experts on soldier communications to find out how briefing you will learn about: he and his team are developing new and highly applicable concepts for the development of • Matching requirements with available technologies next generation networking capabilities. During his briefing Dr Mahadar will give you insight • Using Performance-based specifications for procurement of DSS into and information about: • Challenges and opportunities for the procurement of DSS • DSTL organisation and resources to support soldier communications • Next generation capabilities currently under evaluation 1600 Mid - Afternoon Coffee and Networking • How the UK future soldier will benefit from new research into situational awareness 1630 Assessing the Utility of an Integrated Test and Evaluation1230 Strategies to Improve Data Sharing to Ensure the Right Approach to Trials of the Norwegian Future Soldier Information Reaches the Right Soldier at the Right Time Programme Colonel Bill Pointing, Team Leader, FIST, Individual Capability Group, Defence, Keith Cook, Senior Executive Officer, NORMANS, FFI Equipment and Support, UK MoD Make sure you join this second presentation from the Norwegian future soldier programme Colonel John Zavarelli, Program Manager, Handheld and Small Form Fit to find out successful strategies to use when testing or trialing future soldier systems. You’ll Factor, JPEO Joint Tactical Radio Systems, US Army discover that the Norwegian programme has one of the most effective approaches in the world: Professor Bob Madahar, IMD Technologist, DSTL, UK MoD • Assessing and tackling risk in your test approach Nir Israeli, Head of Urban Warfare, Israeli MoD • Setting parameters that will benefit the soldier • Feedback from soldiers during recent trials and how to best use the feedback Jean-Michel Petitjean, Battlefield Management Systems Expert, DGA/DT/ETAS, French MoD 1700 Lies, Damn Lies and Ballistics – The Art of Testing Body Find time to join this session as it is one of the most valuable on offer at Soldier Technology Armour this year – a discussion with world-leading experts on one of the toughest challenges for the Mark Helliker, Team Leader, Physical Protection Group, DSTL soldier integrator – how to deliver information across multiple security paths? During this interactive session you’ll get to discuss: Determining whether body armour meets the user’s needs is difficult at the best of times. So • What security is required and at what echelon what are the major considerations and pitfalls when testing body armour? This presentation aims to investigate why setting standards and test methods can be so hard. The presentation • Examples of where data sharing at multiple levels has worked effectively will cover: • What different nations do to secure information during coalition operations • Some guidance on why ballistic testing is an apparent black art1300 Lunch and Networking • What factors can influence testing • Some tips on how to specify your requirements, and what the consequences are 1730 Analysing Lessons Learned to Improve Interoperability for June 10tH, 2011 Pm the Future End User Moderator - Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Director Science and Technology (Land) r&d, tests and user feedback 2, Defence R&D Canada (DRDC), Canadian DnD, Dismounted Soldier Major Magnus Hallberg, Soldier Section, Development Department, Swedish Land Warfare Centre1300 Registration and Coffee Colonel Mike Thornton, Assistant Director of Infantry, HQ Infantry, British Army (or tentative)1345 Chairman’s Welcome Address Keith Cook, Senior Executive Officer, NORMANS, FFI1400 Transition to the 2020 Fighter Mark Helliker, Team Leader, Physical Protection Group, DSTL Colonel Mike Thornton, Assistant Director of Infantry, HQ Infantry, British Patrick Comtois, Chief Engineer, Integrated Soldier System Project, Canadian Army (or tentative) DND Get to grips with the doctrine underpinning modernisation of infantry in the wider British Army Make sure you join this in-depth discussion on ways and means to increase interoperability by learning from one of the key agencies steering UK soldier modernization. At HQ Infantry for the end user with experts from different nations, all gathered to answer your questions. Key decisions are made about capability requirements and equipment performance so there is no topics to be addressed will include: better authority in the country to give you facts and information about what soldiers really need • Keeping the soldier centre of all tests and trials and prefer when it comes to new kit. You’ll receive valuable information about: • How to close the gaps on interoperability for multinational operations • The 2020 Fighter concept in detail • Where industry can support the drive for interoperability • Doctrine for UK soldier modernization • Assessing how trials are conducted and soldier feedback drives change 1800 End of Conference Day1430 Results of Canada’s SSTRM Development Phase Lt Colonel Mike Bodner, Director Science & Technology (Land) 2, Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) (invited), Canadian DnD Just days before this presentation Canada announced its R&D technology roadmap, be among Remember, Soldier the first in the world to find out what this really means and what kinds of technology and capability the Canadian soldier will benefit from over the course of the next decade! During this Technology is the most briefing with one of Canada’s top R&D experts you’ll learn: valuable provider in the • How Canada developed a truly effective and thorough road mapping approach to chart future capabilities world of: • What the roadmap means for the soldier and industry • How to align your investment with the needs and requirements of the Canadian soldier in the • Business-critical information future about soldier equipment 1500 End User Feedback from Swedish Trials of the MARKUS upgrades Soldier System • Opportunities to benchmark Major Magnus Hallberg, Soldier Section, Development Department, Swedish your product lines against the Land Warfare Centre world’s best Join Lt Colonel Lundmark and Major Hallberg, two of the most important figures in soldier modernization in Sweden to find out how trials and tests have led them to improve integration, • Networking time with reduce weight and consistently deliver better capabilities to the soldier. During this second international soldier installment from the Swedish MoD you will learn about: modernisers • Soldier trials in Sweden Make sure your register today! how to register today: t: +44 (0) 207 368 9465 e: SoldierTechnology@wbr.co.uk w: www.soldiertechnology.com
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