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International Armoured Vehicle 2011

  1. 1. THE WORLD’S LEADING ARMOURED VEHICLES CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION OF OV PA (S FI E A GE SE S, O END MO AB ACK EE CE T FO NI N F RE B R T OR E S OR D FL TA FR ETA AG R A EE IL R ND S) 7–10 FEBRUARY 2011 EXCEL CENTRE, LONDON UK CONFERENCE KEY SPEAKERS General Martin Dempsey Commanding General, TRADOC US Army Lieutenant General Tom Metz (Ret’d) Former Director, JIEDDO US DoD Major General Chris Deverell DG-Land Support Equipment, HQ Land Forces British Army Major General Bill Moore Director (Battlespace Manoeuvre) / Master General of the Ordnance UK MoD mAximiSiNg ARmOURED vEHiClE CApABiliTiES Major General Per Sverre Opedal Chief of Staff Norwegian Army Colonel Gerd Kropf Chief of Staff, Army Combat FOR CURRENT OpERATiONS AND FUTURE THREATS Training Centre German Army Lieutenant Colonel Oren Giber mEET THE NEW BREED Head of Survivability Section, Land Systems Division Israeli MoD ORGANISED By PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE, CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS AND “very good overview of current programmes and main OPERATIONAL FEEDBACK ON SPECIFIC VEHICLE TYPES INCLUDE: industrial base on subject of interest.” Christian Schleippmann, European Defence Agency OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER MASTIFF JACKAL PANTHER “A high profile audience and relevant agenda was EVENT PARTNERS RIDGEBACK matched to offer a learning experience of note.” C. van der Merwe, SAAB Group WARRIOR LPPV M ATV “This agenda promises to bring together many leading STRYKER experts and experienced ground combat commanders LEOPARD II to discuss the changing, joint nature of 21st century LAV warfare and lessons learned after eight-plus years of BOXER DINGO war. i look forward to participating” General Peter Chiarelli, Vice Chief of Staff, United States Army CV 90 LMV FENNEK RG 32 ARMOURED WHEELED VEHICLE BOOK NOW! Take advantage of the early booking discounts ASCOD VBCI and register your place today or register a OFFICIAL AIRLINE PARTNER ASSAULT BREACHING VEHICLES group and save up to 40% M1A2 Focus Countering Improvised Explosive Focus Through Life Support and Focus Armoured Vehicle C4ISR Focus Combined Arms Training and Day 1: Devices Day 2: Sustainment of Armoured Vehicles Day 3: Capabilities for Joint Operations Day 4: Simulation MONDAY 7th FEBRUARY MONDAY 7th FEBRUARY THURSDAY 10th FEBRUARY THURSDAY 10th FEBRUARY CAll +44 (0)20 7368 9300 EmAil: ENQUiRE@DEFENCEiQ.COm WWW.iNTERNATiONAlARmOUREDvEHiClES.COm8927 IAV main 8pp.indd 1 30/09/2010 12:28
  2. 2. WHAT’S NEW 7–10 FEBRUARY 2011 EXCEL Dear Colleague, CENTRE, LONDON UK FOR iNTERNATiONAl icles is made clear by the The need for protected veh s. As the threat evolves, so daily ARmOURED vEHiClES 2011 too mu st the capabilities wit ion reports from current operat h which we equip our soldiers. s that offer the greatest CONFERENCE AND ExHiBiTiON ht between the capabilitie the future is no easy But getting the balance rig those that we will need in 1. NEW ADVISORY PANEL BRINGING OUR MOST IN-DEPTH AGENDA EVER contribution for today and s environment is a tricky task and presents many thi task. Force development in for their suppliers. Our advisory panel, comprised of Lieutenant General Sir John Kiszely and General William Scott Wallace (ret’d), two of the world’s challenges for mil itaries around the world - and most senior and respected military thinkers have carefully scrutinised and crafted this year’s agenda. Using their immense Vehicles will g, International Armoured knowledge of combat experience, strategic planning and force development, they’ve helped us deliver our largest and most That’s wh y for the tenth year runnin and exhibition for exploring cutting- experienced panel to date, so that you can learn from the best qualified armoured vehicle experts the world has to offer. g conference offer you the world’s leadin solutions. Leveraging the expertise of the military edge vehicle pro grammes and the solution 2. FOUR ALL-NEW FOCUS DAYS developers, operators and programm e managers, requirements ate abo ut the future of the heart of the global deb audience of over 500 We’ve taken on board your feedback and developed four new focus days bringing together speakers and themes to explore providers, our agenda is at ence sessions, and an them like never before. Each of our four days offers you a comprehensive format to explore crucial themes amongst an confer armoured vehicles. With 60 m 46 nations, this is one event I suggest you can’t audience who share your specific interests. So, you can now get even more detail and lessons learned from the military armour ed vehicle experts fro experts who can benefit you most. afford to miss. forces, the ate on how to structure our 3. EXPANDED EXHIBITION WITH MORE ARMOURED VEHICLES Together we ’ll explore the strategic deb the resulting effects on the design, se decisions and tactical implications of the of armoured vehicle capabilities. That means you’ll The introduction of our exhibition last year was a runaway success so we’re expanding it to include more solution procurement and sus tainment en it comes providers, more technology on display, more innovation briefings and perhaps most importantly, more vehicles. Now ights and lessons-learned wh be equipped with the most up-to-date ins you can get even better hands-on experience of what the state of technology is in today’s market and explore exciting your own. to making tough choices of opportunities for the future. you the chance to get wing exhibition which gives And of course, there’s our gro s and equipment that gives them the edge. So 4. EXTRA OPERATIONAL FEEDBACK TO INFORM YOU WHAT CAPABILTIES MATTER MOST ON COMBAT MISSIONS vehicle hands-on experience of the ctly how the technology available will offer you the For several years you’ve been telling us of the importance of operational feedback as part of our conference. Now we’ve you can see, touch and feel exa dramatically increased the amount of first-hand combat experience included in the conference and focus day sessions. This advantage you need. means you can get an even better insight into what troops really need on the front line and what you can do to help them have 1. I do hope tional Armoured Vehicles 201 There’s so much on offer at Interna what is sure to be, for armoured vehicles the best capabilities possible. Key speakers include: February for you’ll join us in London next r. Lieutenant Colonel Harry Fullerton, Commanding Officer, Household Cavalry Regiment, British Army professionals, one of the highlights of the yea Major Peter Els, Officer Commanding, 1st Panzer Battalion, Royal Danish Army Best wishes, 5. LARGEST EVER MILITARY AUDIENCE – OVER 1000 EXPECTED We’re spending more time and effort than ever to increase the size, scope and quality of our military audience. Expanding on our already impressive links to the world’s leading militaries and emerging markets, we’ll bring you hundreds of military professionals to network with. You can hear in person their requirements, their successes, their challenges and the n Kiszely, KCB MC Lieutenant General Sir Joh opportunities for you to partner with them for the future. Panel Chairman Conference and Advisory 5 REASONS TO ATTEND iNTERNATiONAl ARmOURED vEHiClES 2011 1 4 MEET ARMOURED VEHICLE PROGRAMME MANAGERS AND THEIR NETWORK WITH THE BEST QUALITY AUDIENCE OF ANY DECISION MAKING TEAMS ARMOURED VEHICLES EVENT Over the last year we’ve renewed our focus on the core programmes that The widest variety of nations, the most senior panel of speakers are to the forefront of innovation and operational performance in the and the most experienced military audience. We provide you with armoured vehicles world. We’ve secured over 20 programme and requirements an unparalleled audience, solely dedicated to armoured vehicles, that gives managers along with their end-users to give you access to the full decision you an unbeatable opportunity to benchmark your capabilities and offers making team. Meaning you can benefit from even more programme more potential partnerships for success than anywhere else. Our conference management experience and meet even better potential customers. attracts over 600 delegates each year and we’re expecting 3,000 visitors Programmes include US Army’s Stryker and M-ATV, Sweden’s new 8x8, the to our exhibition. German Dutch Boxer, the Austrian ASCOD, and Canada’s LAV III. 2 5 LEVERAGE THE EXPERIENCE OF OVER 60 MILITARY SPEAKERS IN-DEPTH FOCUS DAYS TO GIVE YOU EVEN GREATER LEVELS GIVING YOU ACCESS TO THE LATEST IN THEATRE AND OF INSIGHT OPERATIONAL CASE STUDIES Providing you with a niche EXPERT group, specialising in your Responding to the feedback of our previous delegates, we’ve worked specific area of interest, we’ve provided incredibly detailed sessions with our advisory panel - Lieutenant General Sir John Kiszely and General with the enhanced networking opportunities of a carefully profiled audience. William Scott Wallace (ret’d), to ensure our speakers, many of whom are Dedicated to the topics you told us mattered most to you, there are four appearing for the first time, are here to offer you more technical detail with to choose from, each offering in depth analysis of key issues and areas of a particular focus on key lessons learned. So you can get to the heart of capability investment. understanding the difficult decisions that must be taken in developing new capabilities and adapt those lessons for your own projects. Countering Improvised Explosive Devices Monday 7th February 3 TEST CURRENT AND FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES Through Life Support and Maintenance of Armoured Vehicles AT OUR EXHIBITION Monday 7th February Nothing beats being able to see, touch and feel the technology for Armoured Vehicle C4ISR Capabilities for Joint Operations yourself. That’s why after the sell-out success of last year, we’ve Thursday 10th February expanded our exhibition this year to include over 150 solution providers with even more armoured vehicles that you can explore up close. Combined Arms Training and Simulation Thursday 10th February ExHiBiTiON Launched last year, the International Armoured Vehicles exhibition was a sell-out success and saw over 2,000 visitors join us during the 2 days. The 2011 exhibition will be even bigger with vehicle manufacturers including Force Protection, Hatehof, Iveco Defense Vehicles, Oshkosh Defense and Nexter. Taking place alongside our sector-leading conference, it provides a fully integrated exploration of armoured vehicle capabilities and the operational context in which they must perform. With over 150 exhibitors, this is the largest ever international gathering solely dedicated to the armoured vehicle community, providing a unique location for military delegations from over 46 nations to gain hands-on experience of vehicles and the full range of technology that enables their operational performance. From armaments to situational awareness, protection to mobility, maintenance to communications, the full range of sub systems and components are represented by the world’s most experienced vendors. To find out about profiling your product or service at the exhibition call +44(0) 207 368 9500 or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk rEGISTEr And PAY bY ThE 22nd oCTobEr 2010 And SAvE uP To £9088927 IAV main 8pp.indd 2 30/09/2010 12:28
  3. 3. FOUR BRAND NEW FOCUS DAYS Focus Day 1: Countering Improvised Explosive Devices Focus Day 2: Through Life Support and Sustainment of Armoured Vehicles Monday 7th February Monday 7th February RATIONALE: Key speakers include: RATIONALE: Key speakers include: The IED remains the single biggest threat that armoured vehicles face Lieutenant General Tom Metz If you don’t have the option of purchasing new armoured vehicles, then the Colonel Ian Blanks, on current operations. And the threat is spreading beyond the “obvious” (Ret’d), support and sustainment of those you have in service becomes even more Team Leader, Support locations of Afghanistan and Iraq – with 600 worldwide attacks outside Former Director, Joint important. But a rapid increase in the variety and complexity of vehicle Improvement Team, of those two nations in 2009 alone. This focus day is designed to analyse Improvised Explosive Device types coupled with a constricted resource environment has made the Through Life Support, the proliferation and the increasing technological capability of IEDs, Defeat Organisation (JIEDDO), through life challenge even more challenging. This focus day will enable Joint Support Chain, informing forces about the danger they pose to armoured vehicles and US DoD you to understand the long term implications in the maintenance, UK MoD how they can be protected against. If you’re planning to buy, upgrade sustainment and upgrade of vehicle fleets so that you can achieve Colonel Santiago San Antonio, Ian Bonallo, or design an armoured vehicle, this is where you find out what you greater capability and efficiency with your existing resources. Director, Counter-IED Centre Chief, Ground Vehicle need to protect against and how that will influence your procurement of Excellence, Maintenance Section, choices. Spanish Ministry of Defence NATO Maintenance and BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: Robert Shaw, Supply Agency n Intelligence assessments of current IED design and emplacement n Improve the sustainability of your support to deployed operations: Chief C-IED Training, Exploring the lessons learned from almost 10 years of support to combat trends: Know how the enemy is trying to exploit vulnerabilities in your Jeremy Smith, International Security Assistance missions, adopt techniques to minimise your logistic footprint and armoured vehicles and how you should protect your soldiers’ lives Head of Future Combat Systems, Force (ISAF) hasten the delivery of your support n Key lessons learned in the detection of IEDs: Finding the device Defence College of Management before it detonates couldn’t be more critical to survivability. We’ll share Dwayne Hynes, n Streamline your maintenance, repair, overhaul and upgrade and Technology, with you up-to-the-minute feedback from in-theatre experts who are Intelligence Specialist, processes: Create an integrated programme for the through-life support Cranfield University specifically travelling to London to show you how to locate the threat Foreign Intelligence Technology of vehicle fleets that delivers real capability for the end user within the before it can harm our troops Division, Office of the Deputy timeframes they need Chief of Staff, G-2, n Leverage the power of cooperative and coalition support n Analysis of technology and training to defeat IEDs: What systems US Army and tactics can ou use to defeat IEDs? Find out what offers best structures: Find out how to maximise the potential of collaboration with capability for your budget and will give the best protection on the your international partners to drive efficiency and work within budget front lines Focus Day 3: Armoured Vehicle C4ISR Capabilities for joint Operations Focus Day4: Combined Arms Training and Simulation Thursday 10th February Thursday 10th February RATIONALE: Key speakers include: RATIONALE: Key speakers include: An armoured vehicle isn’t just a protected transport solution, it’s a weapons Colonel Dwayne Carman, Not only has the complexity of vehicle systems themselves increased, but the Colonel Gerd Kropf, system that must integrate with both combined arms and Joint warfighting. Capability Manager, operational conditions under which soldiers must drive, command and deliver Chief of Staff, Army Combat The C4ISR capabilities that make this possible are then crucial to ensuring Platform Battle Command and effects from these vehicles are more complicated than ever. The influence Training Centre, that vehicles make a contribution to shared situational awareness that Combat Identification, TRADOC, of the counter-insurgency environment with its demands of population German Army other assets in the battlespace can use in the fight. This focus day will US Army protection places ever greater stress on the operator. Realistic and rigorous examine the world’s most technologically advanced vehicle mounted training is then the key to ensuring optimal operational performance. This Col Mark McManigal C4ISR capabilities, showing you how you can get much more armoured/ Colonel Mike Ross, focus day will concentrate upon the most up-to-date training innovations, Futures & Integration Director protected platforms and how they can be aid the delivery of more Assistant Director Capability, showing you how to train armoured vehicle operators to fight alongside (FID), Training Capabilities timely and accurate effects. HQ Director Royal Artillery, other combat arms in the most straining conditions. Manager (TCM) Gaming, TRADOC, British Army US Army BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: Lieutenant Colonel Hans Giesler, BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: Andy Fawkes, n Enable your armoured vehicles to share and receive situational Joint Fires Capability Team, n Understand the need for new training solutions and methods: How Deputy Head of Simulation, awareness: Utilise the full spectrum of sensor technology in the joint German Army to act upon operational feedback to tackle current enemy TTPs and Joint Training Evaluation and battlespace so that your forces can see and act first increase mission performance and survivability Simulation Capability, n Evaluate technology to coordinate fire support: Examine operational n Examine existing training programmes and simulation UK MoD feedback and technological innovations. See how your armoured requirements: Benchmark your capabilities against leading vehicles can engage targets both independently or collaboratively with international peers and explore the areas of investment that offer greater speed and accuracy greatest potential n Develop command and control of mounted forces: Multiply the n Distribute your simulation scenarios to train with all combat arms: SUPPORTED BY effect of armoured vehicles by improving their responsiveness and Maximise the capability of the combined combat force by training coordination on the battlefield together in scenarios that offer the rigour and realism of combat deployments CALL: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EMAIL: EnquIrE@dEFEnCEIq.CoM8927 IAV main 8pp.indd 3 30/09/2010 12:28
  4. 4. w FOCUS DAY ONE COUNTERiNg impROviSED CONFERENCE DAY ONE: ExplOSivE DEviCES “Recognising the threat, protecting the force & securing the mission” TUESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 07.45 – 08.25 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION mONDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 08.25 – 08.30 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS 08.55 – 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Lieutenant General Sir John Kiszely 09.00 – 09.45 A STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE IED THREAT Lieutenant General Tom Metz (Ret’d), Former Director, Joint MornInG SESSIon: ThE InTErSECTIon oF STrATEGY And LAnd ForCES CAPAbILITY Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organisation (JIEDDO), US Department of Defence 08.30 – 09.00 THE BRITISH ARMY’S STRATEGY TO SUPPORT CURRENT AND FUTURE OPERATIONS 09.45 – 10.30 IN THEATRE TRAINING RESPONSES TO THE IED THREAT: AN ISAF VIEW n The impact of ISAF/Operation Herrick deployments on the British Army and how this has influenced the post-SDSR Robert Shaw, Head of Counter IED Task Force Training, International vision for the Army Security Assistance Force (ISAF) n Major equipment initiatives along all lines of development and the protection of resources in a constrained 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE AND NETWORKING environment 11.00 – 11.45 ANALYSING THE CURRENT IED THREAT AND THE IMPLICATIONS IT n Maintaining existing capabilities to ensure that current operations remain fully resourced WILL HAVE FOR FUTURE CONFLICTS n Upgrade of existing vehicle types and looking towards new procurements Dwayne Hynes, Intelligence Specialist, Foreign Intelligence n Upcoming land system and vehicle requirements to implement the British Army’s future missions Technology Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Major General Chris Deverell, Director General Logistics Support and Equipment, HQ Land Forces, British Army G-2, US Army 11.45 – 12.30 AN OPERATIONS PERSPECTIVE ON THE TACTICAL LEVEL THREAT 09.00 – 09.30 UNITED STATES KEYNOTE: THE FUTURE OF THE US ARMY AND THE CAPABILITIES REQUIRED FOR PARTNERSHIP POSED BY IEDS IN AFGHANISTAN: LEVERAGING THE EXPERIENCE OF WITH STRATEGIC ALLIES THE SHARP END TO FINE TUNE OUR IED DEFEAT STRATEGIES n Review of operations to date and the need for combined warfighting to combat asymmetric enemies Captain Graeme Cowling, 2 I/C Weapons Specialist Intelligence n Command interoperability is now a reality, but what technology do we need to further military cooperation down Company, British Army through the chain of command? 12.30 – 14.00 NETWORKING LUNCH n Exploring the capability requirements that increased partnership demands: How technically interoperable do we 14.00 – 14.45 THE ROLE OF “SOFT-KILL” TECHNOLOGIES IN DEFEATING REMOTELY need to become? ACTIVATED IEDS n Procurement and equipping cooperation and the mutual benefits for allied nations Colonel Santiago San Antonio, Director, Counter-IED Centre of n New vehicle procurements and their role in force structure for alliance operations Excellence, Spanish Ministry of Defence General Martin Dempsey, Commanding General, Training and Doctrine Command, US Army 14.45 – 15.30 EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING DETECTION AND DISPOSAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR IEDS 09.30 – 10.00 DEVELOPING GROUND MANOEUVRE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BRITISH ARMY Dr Arnold Schoolderman, Detection and Neutralization Major General Bill Moore, Director (Battlespace Manoeuvre) / Master General of the Ordnance, UK MoD TNO Defence, Security and Safety 15.30 – 16.00 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING 10.00 – 10.30 JOINT SUPPORT TO FRENCH ARMED FORCES LAND EQUIPMENT: LESSONS LEARNED IN THE ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE OF MATERIEL 16.00 – 16.45 ATTACKING THE NETWORK: THE US ARMY EXPERIENCE Lieutenant General Jean Tristan Verna, Director, Integrated Operational Land Equipment Maintenance (SIMMT), Scott A. Blaney, Senior Military Analyst & C-IED Chief, Centre for French MoD Lessons Learned, US Army 16.45 – 17.30 UK FORCES EXPERIENCE IN C-IED TRAINING AND SIMULATION 10.30 – 11.15 COFFEE AND NETWORKING Major Chris Hunter QGM (Ret’d), Former British Armed Forces Senior Intelligence Analyst 11.15 – 11.45 EQUIPPING YOUR FORCES WITH THE RIGHT LEVEL OF PROTECTION: CASE STUDY: THE CANADIAN LIGHT 17.30 CLOSE OF DAY ARMOURED VEHICLE UPGRADE PROGRAMME Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster, Director, Land Requirements, Canadian National Ministry of Defence FOCUS DAY TWO 11.45 – 12.15 POLITICAL IMPERATIVES IN THE ACQUISITION OF DEFENCE TECHNOLOGIES THROUgH liFE SUppORT FOR ARmOURED Paul Beaver, Defence Analyst and Former Special Advisor to the House of Commons Defence Committee vEHiClES “Sustaining vehicle fleets through supply chain 12.15 – 12.45 PANEL SESSION: IMPROVING THE POLITICAL – MILITARY - INDUSTRY DIALOGUE optimisation and increased maintenance efficiency” General Martin Dempsey, Commanding General, Trainin g and Doctrine Command, US Army mONDAY 7TH FEBRUARY Major General Chris Deverell, Director General Logistics Support and Equipment, HQ Land Forces, British Army 08.55 – 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Major General Bill Moore, Director (Battlespace Manoeuvre) / Master General of the Ordnance, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster, Director, Land Requirements, Canadian National Ministry of Defence 09.00 – 09.45 KEYNOTE: THE UK ARMED FORCES AND THE THROUGH LIFE SUPPORT Paul Beaver, Defence Analyst and Former Special Advisor to the House of Commons Defence Committee CHALLENGE Colonel Ian Blanks, Team Leader, Support Improvement Team, NETWORKING LUNCH 12.45 – 14.15 Through Life Support, Joint Support Chain, UK MoD 09.45 – 10.30 FOOT PRINT MINIMISATION COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT BURDEN OF STrEAM A: STrEAM b: ARMOURED VEHICLES: THE UK’S GENERIC VEHICLE ARCHITECTURE ThE EvoLuTIon And dEvELoPMEnT oF hEAvY ArMour EvALuATInG ThE SurGE In ProTECTEd PATroL vEhICLES Confirmed Speaker Merfyn Lloyd, Scientific Advisor to Chief of Land Materiel, UK 14.15 – 14.45 CASE STUDY: THE USE OF LEOPARD 2 IN 14.15 – 14.45 PURSUIT OF THE ENEMY ACROSS MULTIPLE Ministry of Defence OPERATIONS IN AFGHANISTAN AND THE TERRAIN TYPES: THE US MILITARY’S M-ATV 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE AND NETWORKING POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY ARMOUR PLATFORMS AND THE TACTICAL EDGE IT PROVIDES AS PART OF A COUNTER INSURGENCY Lieutenant Colonel Coll Haddon, Ground 11.00 – 11.45 PREPARING THE SWEDISH ARMED FORCES TO TACKLE THE OPERATION Combat Vehicle Systems, US Army CHALLENGES OF THROUGH LIFE SUPPORT Major Peter Els, 1st Panzer Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Ulf Crona, Commander, Swedish Danish Army Armed Forces Technical School 11.45 – 12.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION 14.45 – 15.15 ARMOUR TO SUPPORT INFANTRY AGAINST 14.45 – 15.15 GETTING THE MOST FROM PROTECTED ASYMMETRIC ENEMIES: THE US MARINE PLATFORMS AS WEAPONS SYSTEMS: THE 12.30 – 14.00 NETWORKING LUNCH CORPS ASSAULT BREACHING VEHICLE SWEDISH ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLE 14.00 – 14.45 REDUCTION OF THE LOGISTICS BURDEN THROUGH ALLIANCE Joe Augustine, Programme Manager, PROGRAMME COOPERATION: STANDARDISATION OF SUPPORT STRUCTURES AND Assault Breaching Vehicle, US Marine Corps Rickard Lindstrom, Armoured Vehicles MATERIEL IN NATO Systems Command Specialist, FMV Ian Bonallo, Chief, Ground Vehicle Maintenance Section, NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency 15.15 – 15.45 UTILSING HEAVY ARMOUR WITHIN FUTURE 15.15 – 15.45 DEVELOPING A DESIGN TO MEET THE WAR SCENARIOS: LOOKING AHEAD WITH THE UK’S LIGHT PROTECTED PATROL VEHICLE 14.45 – 15.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION US ARMY’S ARMOUR SCHOOL PROGRAMME 15.30 – 16.00 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING Invited Speaker: David Hind, Managing Director of Force 16.00 – 16.45 Colonel Theodore Martin, Commandant, Protection Europe THROUGH LIFE FLEET MANAGEMENT AND THE ROLE OF UPGRADES OVER NEW PROCUREMENTS Armour School, US Army Jeremy Smith, Head of Future Combat Systems, Defence College of Management and Technology, Cranfield University 15.45 – 16.30 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING 16.45 – 17.30 PANEL SESSION: DEBATING THE BENEFITS OF OUTSOURCING AFTErnoon SESSIon: ArMourEd vEhICLES AS A TooL To EnAbLE CoMMAndEr’S InTEnT on CurrEnT oPErATIonS THROUGH LIFE MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT Colonel Ian Blanks, Team Leader, Support Improvement Team, Through Life Support, Joint Support Chain, UK MoD 16.30 – 17.00 OPERATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON IN-SERVICE BRITISH ARMY VEHICLE TYPES Lieutenant Colonel Ulf Crona, Commander, Swedish Lieutenant Colonel Harry Fullerton, Commanding Officer, Household Cavalry Regiment, British Army Armed Forces Technical School Ian Bonallo, Chief, Ground Vehicle Maintenance Section, NATO 17.00 – 17.30 ARMOURED COMBAT CAPABILTIES IN HYBRID AND IRREGULAR WARFARE CONFLICTS Maintenance and Supply Agency Dr. David E Johnson, Senior Political Scientist, Arroyo Centre, RAND Corporation 17.30 CLOSE OF DAY 17.30 END MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE AND DRINKS RECEPTION rEGISTEr And PAY bY ThE 22nd oCTobEr 2010 And SAvE uP To £908 8927 IAV main 8pp.indd 4 30/09/2010 12:28
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CONFERENCE DAY TWO: FOCUS DAY THREE ARmOURED vEHiClE C4iSR CApABilTiES WEDNESDAY 9TH FEBRUARY FOR JOiNT OpERATiONS “gathering and sharing situational awareness throughout the joint battlespace network” 07.45 – 08.25 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION THURSDAY 10TH FEBRUARY 08.25 – 08.30 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Lieutenant General Sir John Kiszely 08.55 – 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS MornInG SESSIon: InTErnATIonAL PErSPECTIvES on ThE EquIPPInG ProCESS 09.00 – 09.45 DEVELOPING THE BRITISH ARMY’S MOUNTED JOINT FIRES CAPABILTIY 08.30 – 09.00 AUSTRIAN ARMY FORCE DEVELOPMENT AND THE FIELDING OF THE ASCOD INFANTRY FIGHTING VEHICLE Colonel Mike Ross, Assistant Director Capability, HQ Director Royal Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director, Force Development Division, Austrian Ministry of Defence Artillery, British Army 09.00 – 09.30 DEVELOPING AN INTEGRATED INFANTRY AND ARMOUR FORCE STRUCTURE TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF THE 09.45 – 10.30 EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF NETWORKED VEHICLES IN THE MODERN BATTLEFIELD: LESSONS LEARNED FROM IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN JOINT BATTLESPACE: THE GERMAN ARMY’S FENNEK JOINT FIRE General William Scott Wallace (Ret’d), Former Commanding General, Training and Doctrine Command, US Army SUPPORT TEAM VARIANT ON OPERATIONS IN AFGHANISTAN 09.30 – 10.00 PROCURING PROTECTED VEHICLES: THE SPANISH ARMY’S EXPERIENCE Lieutenant Colonel Hans Giesler, Joint Fires Capability Team, German Army Brigadier General José Luis Orts Pales, Director, ITM Research Centre, Spanish MoD 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE AND NETWORKING 10.00 – 10.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION 11.00 – 11.45 NETWORKING THE FORCE FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONAL EFFECT 10.30 – 11.15 COFFEE AND NETWORKING THE FRENCH ARMY’S SCORPION PROGRAMME 11.15 – 11.45 MEETING THE DEMANDS OF THE OPERATIONAL FORCE: THE NORWEGIAN ARMY’S SUPPORT TO ISAF DEPLOYED Colonel Jermoe Lemaire, Land Combat Capabilities Architect, DGA, TROOPS France n Planning and developing the force to support deployments 11.45 – 12.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION n Developing the training and operational fielding of combat units and capabilities 12.30 – 14.00 NETWORKING LUNCH n Identifying capability and technology gaps for deployed operations 14.00 – 14.45 SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ACQUISTION WITH THE M1131 STRYKER n Creating the right business case for boosting defence investment FIRE SUPPORT VEHICLE Major General Per Sverre Opedal, Chief of Staff, Norwegian Army Colonel Robert Schumitz, Director, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, US Army 11.45 – 12.15 CONTRACTING FLEXIBILITY: THE BOXER PROGRAMME’S EXPERIENCE IN LEVERAGING EXTERNAL EXPERTISE TO MANAGE 14.45 – 15.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION THE COMMERCIAL ASPECTS OF ARMOURED VEHICLE PROCUREMENTS 15.30 – 16.00 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING Jurjen Hoeskstra, Programme Manager, Boxer Programme, OCCAR-EA 16.00 – 16.45 SHARING COMMAND AND CONTROL DATA BETWEEN THE MOUNTED 12.15 – 12.45 ADVANCE PROTECTION SOLUTIONS FOR MODERN ARMOURED VEHICLES: NEW POSSIBILTIES TO BALANCE HIGH AND DISMOUNTED ENVIRONMENTS LEVEL PROTECTION, MOBILTIY AND PAYLOAD Colonel Dwayne Carmen, TRADOC Capability Manager, Platform Ulf Deisenroth, Founder and CEO, IBD Deisenroth Battle Command and Combat Identification, US Army 12.45 – 14.15 NETWORKING LUNCH 16.45 – 17.30 PANEL SESSION: CREATING ARMOURED VEHICLE C4ISR INTEROPERABILITY IN THE AGE OF THE MULTINATIONAL, STrEAM A: STrEAM b: MULTIAGENCY FIGHT MAnAGInG ThE rEquIrEMEnTS ProCESS In TIMES oF dEvELoPInG SurvIvAbILTIY FroM InITIAL dESIGn To uor Colonel Mike Ross, Assistant Director Capability, FISCAL AuSTErITY uPGrAdES HQ Director Royal Artillery, British Army 14.15 – 14.45 BALANCING AMBITION WITH REALISM: THE 14.15 – 14.45 MODIFICATION OF IN SERVICE FLEETS: Colonel Jermoe Lemaire, Land Combat Capabilities Architect, US GROUND COMBAT VEHICLE PROGRAMME REDESIGNING US ARMY STRYKER HULLS TO DGA, France AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CUTTING EDGE COUNTER THE IED THREAT Colonel Robert Schumitz, Director, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, SYSTEMS n Integrating capabilities that may have been US Army n Understanding political level issues acquired outside of the original strategy Colonel Dwayne Carmen, TRADOC Capability Manager, Platform that drive procurement speed and the vision for an army Battle Command and Combat Identification, US Army implications for programme development n Incorporating protection beyond the IED Lieutenant Colonel Hans Giesler, Joint Fires Capability Team, when moving beyond the limits of readily threat and inclusion of weapons effects that German Army available technology will work outside of the COIN environment 17.30 CLOSE OF DAY n To what extent is an 80% “good enough” n How crucial is the question of weight and SUPPORTED BY solution appropriate to field on a long term where can we envisage using heavy wheeled FOCUS DAY FOUR programme or should the emphasis be on a vehicles in the future COmBiNED ARmS “100% perfection” end goal Colonel Robert Schumitz, Director, Stryker TRAiNiNg AND SimUlATiON n Managing industry’s ambition and interests Brigade Combat Team, US Army “increasing the realism and effectiveness of combined to produce realistic targets and schedules training to enable mission success” n Incorporating excess capacity for future upgrades to what you can’t provide today THURSDAY 10TH FEBRUARY Ted Maciuba, Chief, Mounted Requirements 08.55 – 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Division, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, 09.00 – 09.45 DEVELOPING ALL-ARMS BATTLE SIMULATION: US TRAINING AND US Army DOCTRINE COMMAND 14.45 – 15.15 ATTAINING THE MUST HAVE CAPABILITIES IN 14.45 – 15.15 ASSESSING THE SURVIVABILITY OF VEHICLES Colonel Mark McManigal Futures & Integration Director (FID), THE SELECTION OF REQUIREMENTS TO WITHSTAND CURRENT THREATS: THE Training Capabilities Manager (TCM) Gaming, TRADOC, US Army n Performance of Stryker vehicle hulls in Iraq ISRAELI EXPERIENCE and Afghanistan and the vulnerabilities that n Feeding back analysis support in evidence 09.45 – 10.30 CREATING REALISTIC ISAF TRAINING FOR THE JOINT ENVIRONMENT: have necessitated a redesign based decision making NATO’S ACT AND THE ROLE OF VBS2 n Analysis of other in service V-shaped hulls n Understanding the potential impacts of high Major Ionel Vlasie, Project Manager VBS2, Capability Engineering, NATO ACT and their success in mitigating the worst kinetic energy explosions against subsystems effects of IED blasts and components 10.30 – 11.00 COFFEE AND NETWORKING n Engineering challenges in the retrospective n Defeating a “hard to find, easy to kill” threat 11.00 – 11.45 HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATION FOR BATTALION LEVEL ENGAGEMENTS: redesign of hull shapes and the effects on n Performance of vehicles in blast testing THE US ARMY EUROPE’S SIMULATED TRAINING PROGRAMME transmission and suspension systems and the role of test results in reducing IED Mr. Thomas Lasch, Chief, Joint Multinational Simulation Centre, n Improved blast testing and evaluation of vulnerability US Army Europe upgraded vehicles to accelerate operational n Beyond crew survivability, prioritisation of 11.45 – 12.30 LEADING INDUSTRY PRESENTATION fielding maintenance of function immediately after 12.30 – 14.00 NETWORKING LUNCH n Assessing the trade-offs of protection, an attack 14.00 – 14.45 DEVELOPMENT OF VBS2 SIMULATION TOOL TO RECREATE ISAF payload and performance on the Lieutenant Colonel Oren Giber, Head ENVIRONMENT: THE UK’S PROJECT JCOVE redesigned vehicles Survivability System Branch, Land Systems Andy Fawkes, Deputy Head of Simulation, Joint Training Evaluation Major Steen Holm Iversen, Chief of Lessons Division, Israeli Ministry of Defence and Simulation Capability, UK MoD Learned, Danish Army Combat Centre 14.45 – 15.30 CREATING NEW SIMULATIONS BASED UPON TACTICAL REALITIES 15.15 – 15.45 MULTI ROLE ARMOURED VEHICLES THAT 15.15 – 15.45 USER AND INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON OF COMBINED ARMS OPERATION IN A COUNTER INSURGENCY PROVIDE FLEXIBLE MISSION OPTIONS FOR KINETIC ENERGY AND EXPLOSIVELY FORMED ENVIRONMENT THE MILITARY CUSTOMER PENETRATOR PROTECTION FOR LIGHT AND Major Albert J Marckwardt, HR Command, US Army Andrew Simpson, IVECO Defence Vehicles MEDIUM ARMOURED VEHICLES Major Michael Burgoyne, US Army David Hind, Managing Director of Force 15.30 – 16.00 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING Protection Europe 16.00 – 16.45 TRAINING FOR MULTIPLE MOUNTED PLATFORMS: GERMAN ARMY 15.45 – 16.30 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING SIMULATION ALONGSIDE NEWLY ACQUIRED VEHICLES AFTErnoon SESSIon: dEvELoPInG CAPAbILTIES In MounTEd CoMbAT PLATForMS Colonel Gerd Kropf, Chief of Staff, Army Combat Training Centre, German Army 16.30 – 17.00 MAXIMISATION OF TURRET CAPABILTIES FOR THE BRITISH ARMED FORCES 16.45 – 17.30 PANEL SESSION: LEVERAGING COALITION WARFIGHTING EXPERIENCE Paul Pointer, Turrets and Weapon Systems Specialist, Combat Tracks Group, Defence Equipment and Support, UK TO ENHANCE MULTINATIONAL TRAINING MoD Colonel Mark McManigal Futures & Integration Director (FID), 17.00 – 17.30 THE INDIAN ARMY’S LETHALITY UPGRADES TO ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLES Training Capabilities Manager (TCM) Gaming, TRADOC, US Army Major General Anukul Chandra (Ret’d), Former Head of Combat Vehicles Procurement, Indian Army Andy Fawkes, Deputy Head of Simulation, Joint Training Evaluation 17.30 - 18.00 CAN UPGRADED LETHALITY EFFECTS PROVIDE AN INTERIM SOLUTION TO THE PROCUREMENT OF NEW VEHICLES? and Simulation Capability, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Andy Stephens, SO1 Explosive Ordnance, Defence Academy of Management and Technology, Colonel Gerd Kropf, Chief of Staff, Army Combat Training Centre, German Army UK MoD 18.00 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMARY AND CLOSE OF CONFERENCE 17.30 CLOSE OF DAY CALL: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EMAIL: EnquIrE@dEFEnCEIq.CoM8927 IAV main 8pp.indd 5 30/09/2010 12:28
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CONFERENCE KEY SpEAKERS General Martin Brigadier General Colonel Mark Lieutenant Colonel Dr Arnold Schoolderman Andy Fawkes Dempsey Norbert Huber McManigal Oren Giber Detection and Deputy Head of Commanding General Director Force Futures & Integration Head of Survivability Neutralisation Simulation, Joint TRADOC, Director (FID) Section, Land Systems TNO Defence and Training Evaluation and Development Division US Army Training Capabilities Division Security Simulation Capability Austrian Ministry of UK MoD Manager (TCM) Gaming, Israeli MoD Defence TRADOC General Scott Wallace Dwayne Hynes US Army Jurjen Hoekstra Maj Chris Hunter QGM (Ret’d) Intelligence Specialist, (Ret’d) Colonel Gerd Kropf Boxer Programme Former Commanding Foreign Intelligence Former Senior Weapons Chief of Staff, Army Colonel Dwayne Carman Manager General, TRADOC Technology Division, Intelligence Officer Combat Training Centre TRADOC Capability OCCAR-EA US Army Office of the Deputy UK MoD German Army Manager, Platform Chief of Staff, G-2 Battle Command and Scott Blaney Lieutenant General US Army Paul Pointer Combat Identification CIED Team Chief, Centre Jean Tristan Verna Colonel Robert Turrets and Weapon US Army for Army Lessons Director, Integrated Schumitz Major Jimmy Smith Systems Specialist, Operational Land Director, Stryker Learned Command and Staff Combat Tracks Group Lieutenant Colonel US Army UK MoD Equipment Maintenance Brigade Combat Team Harry Fullerton General College, (SIMMT) US Army CO, Household Cavalry Combined Arms Centre Rickard Lindstrom Ian Bonallo French MoD Regiment US Army Maintenance Section Strategic Specialist Colonel Gian Gentile British Army Chief Combat Vehicles Major General Chris Academy Professor and Major Albert “Jim” NAMSA FMV Deverell Lieutenant Colonel Marckwardt Division Chief DG-Land Support Alan Bolster HR Command Captain Graham Cowling US Military Academy Merfyn Lloyd Equipment, HQ Land Land Requirements US Army 2I/C Weapons Specialist Scientific Advisor to Intelligence Company Forces Canadian National MoD Colonel Jermoe Chief of Land Materiel British Army British Army Robert Shaw Lemaire Lieutenant Colonel UK M0D Head of C-IED Training Land Combat Dick Hudson Jeremy Smith Major General Bill Joe Augustine ISAF SO1 Ground Manoeuvre Head of Future Combat Moore Capabilities Architect, DA-CMT Programme Manager, Systems Director (Battlespace DGA Assault Breaching Thomas Lasch DCMT Manoeuvre) / Master France Vehicle Chief, Joint Lieutenant Colonel Multinational General of the US Marine Corps Major Ionel Vlasie Andy Stephens Ordnance Colonel Santiago Systems Command Simulation Centre Project Manager VBS2 SO1 Explosive Ordnance UK MoD San Antonio US Army Europe NATO ACT Capability DCMT Director, Counter-IED Major Steen Holm Major General Per Dr David E Johnson Lieutenant General Tom Centre of Excellence Lieutenant Colonel Coll Iversen Sverre Opedal Arroyo Centre Metz (Ret’d) Spanish Ministry of Haddon Chief of Lessons Chief of Staff RAND Corporation Former Director, Defence M-ATV Product Manager Learned JIEDDO Norwegian Army US Army Danish Army Combat US DoD Centre Paul Beaver Major General Anukul Colonel Mike Ross Defence Analyst Lieutenant Colonel Brigadier General José Chandra Assistant Director Hans Giesler Major Peter Els and Former Special Luis Orts Pales Former Head of Capability, HQ Director Joint Fires Capability Commander, 1st Advisor to the Director, ITM Research Procurement Royal Artillery Team Armoured Battalion House of Commons Centre Indian Armed Forces British Army German Army Danish Army Defence Committee Spanish MoD 5 SESSiONS YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO miSS 3 A STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE IED THREAT Lieutenant General Tom Metz (Ret’d), Former Director, Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organisation (JIEDDO), US DoD An armoured vehicle warrior by trade, Lieutenant General Metz returned from Command in Iraq to head up JIEDDO, the world’s largest ever effort to counter IEDs. Investing vast sums of money he oversaw the most innovative efforts imaginable to protect soldiers lives and improve survivability. His experience in this field is beyond vast and here he presents his unique and incredibly informed assessment of the IED threat and the role that armoured vehicles have in saving lives and succeeding in our missions. Countering IED Focus Day, Opening Session 1 4 OPERATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON IN SERVICE BRITISH ARMY VEHICLE TYPES THE FUTURE OF THE US ARMY AND THE CAPABILITIES REQUIRED FOR Lieutenant Colonel Harry Fullerton, Commanding Officer, Household Cavalry PARTNERSHIP WITH STRATEGIC ALLIES Regiment, British Army General Martin Dempsey, Commanding General, Training and Doctrine Command, US Army Commanding one of the most prestigious regiments in the British Army, Lieutenant Colonel Fullerton led his troops on a challenging deployment with ISAF. Returning from theatre earlier this A keynote presentation that comes right from the highest levels of command, General Dempsey year, he’d bolstered his already considerable experience with a Commander’s knowledge of what will give you unparalleled insight to the force development plans of the US Army and how that it means to utilise multiple armoured vehicle types in combat and what capabilities matter most will affect what capabilities are acquired, how ground forces fight future wars and how allied to ensure missions success. Here he shares his hard-won lessons learned so that you know exactly nations can develop partnerships to create a powerful fighting force. With a huge range of combat what technology and tactics make a difference on the front line. experience to draw upon and a reputation as one of the US military’s smartest thinkers, this is one session you cannot miss. Main Conference, Afternoon of Day One 5 Main Conference, Morning of Day One ASSESSING THE SURVIVABILITY OF VEHICLES TO WITHSTAND CURRENT 2 THREATS: THE ISRAELI EXPERIENCE DEVELOPING GROUND MANOEUVRE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BRITISH ARMY Lieutenant Colonel Oren Giber, Head of Survivability, Land Systems Division, Major General Bill Moore, Director (Battlespace Manoeuvre)/ Israeli MoD Master General of the Ordnance, UK MoD Charged with improving the survivability of vehicles for an army that is constantly at risk from Looking to the future of how to develop our armoured vehicle fleets, the evolution direct fire and IED threats, Lieutenant Colonel Giber has been exploring technologies to protect of requirements in response to strategic challenges is a delicate balancing act. That’s why vehicles and troops that will be tested under the toughest conditions. He’ll be sharing his we’re delighted to have Major General Moore share with us his own perspectives on how to experience with you to show how one of the world’s most combat experienced forces selects equip front line troops mindful of constricted resources. Not just of interest to those seeking systems to protect vehicles and troops and exploring the potential for partnership in future business opportunities in the UK, this is the ideal session to hear how a leading military’s senior survivability projects. requirements setter makes tough choices and the rationale behind those decisions. Main Conference, Stream B, Day Two Main Conference, Morning of Day One rEGISTEr And PAY bY ThE 22nd oCTobEr 2010 And SAvE uP To £9088927 IAV main 8pp.indd 6 30/09/2010 12:28

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