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DefenceIQ’s Small Precision Weapons 2011 will provide a comprehensive overview of the small precision weapons in development, an in depth assessment of how to reduce the collateral damage of your …

DefenceIQ’s Small Precision Weapons 2011 will provide a comprehensive overview of the small precision weapons in development, an in depth assessment of how to reduce the collateral damage of your current missiles and the latest efforts to integrate these weapons onto unmanned, rotary and fixed wing platforms.


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  • 1. SMALL PRECISION Presents WEAPONS 2011 Low Collateral and Miniaturised BOOK AND PAY by 25th February 2011 and SAVE UP TO £150! With key briefings from: Munitions for Modern Operations Col Neale Moss, UK Attack Helicopter Force Commander, Joint Helicopter Command, UK MoD VENUE: CONFERENCE: PRE CONFERENCE Col Todd Flesch, Branch Chief, American Square 29th – 30th March 2011 WORKSHOP: Air/Sea Branch, Force Application Conference Centre, London 28th March 2011 Division, US DoD 1 • SMA Col Grady S. King, U.S. Army 201 LL NS TRADOC Capability Manager for O Reconnaissance and Attack, US Army PR General/Flag P ISION WEA EC O cers 1* Capt Brian Corey, Unmanned ISION WEA and above go for FREE Aviation and Strike Weapons, Programme Office, NAVAIR, US EC Navy PR P O NS Col Maciej Mroczkowski, Head, L 201 SMAL 1• Optoelectronic Systems Dept, Military University of Technology, Poland Dr Joel Hayward, Dean of thewww.smallprecisionweapons.com Royal Air Force College, RAF LtCol Steve Wertz, Chief, Joint Integration Division, Joint and Combined Integration Directorate, US Army LtCdr John Bush, Assistant Program Conference highlights include: Manager, Systems Engineering, Direct Attack Weapons, Precision Strike Weapons Program Office, t Gain first hand operational feedback from the use of the Small US Navy Diameter Bomb and the AASM Hammer in Afghanistan for stand LtCol John Strup-Turp, Targeting off precision engagement, air interdiction, close air support and and Information Operations (Policy) UK MoD airborne counter insurgency LtCol Eric Tyson, Chief of t Hear the capability gaps that have been highlighted by operations Operations, Joint and Combined Integration Directorate, US Army in Afghanistan and Kosovo and requirements for low collateral, Maj Oscar Zoeteweij, Operational accurate munitions from the Royal Netherlands Air Force, the UK Management Policy, Requirements Ministry of Defence and the US Army and Plans, Royal Netherlands Air Force t Get programme updates on the latest in small, precision weapons Maj Nicolas Lyautey, Adjunct to including the Small Diameter Bomb II, Precision Guided the Rafale Programme Officer, Munitions, Precision Guided Rockets, the Joint Air to Ground French Air Force Missile and Anti Radiation Missiles Maj David Amlôt MBE, Second in Command, 4 Regiment Army Air Corps, British Army Maj Richard Wigle, Air National Pre Conference Workshop Guard and the Air Reserve Command Test Center (AATC), US ANG 28th March 2011 | 14:00 – 17:00 Capt Conor Hiney, Surface ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADAPTIVE MUNITIONS AND MULTI-ROLE Attack Phase Manager, Air Force EFFECTORS IN MODERN AND FUTURE MISSIONS Weapons School, USAF Lead By: Gert Scholtes, Senior Scientist, TNO James Carter, Director of Engineering, Air Armament Center Miniature Munitions Division, USAF Todd Hughes, Programme Manager, DARPA Gert Scholtes, Senior Scientist, TNO Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk Wg Cdr (Ret’d) Jan Unander, FMV Sweden
  • 2. PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: 28th March 2011 www.smallprecisionweapons.com14:00 – 17:00ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADAPTIVE MUNITIONS AND MULTI-ROLE EFFECTORSIN MODERN AND FUTURE MISSIONSLed By: Gert Scholtes, Senior Scientist, TNOIntroduction:The high temperatures and dusty environment found in operations in urban environments, coupledwith the desire to minimise collateral damage put high demands on weapons, munitions systems andpersonnel. The new scalable and Adaptive Munition could represent a solution for these Effect basedoperations and this workshop will assess its future potential.Participants will evaluate:t Effect based Approach to Operations and the desired effects in modern and future MOD missionst Effect Based Requirements (EBR) for Weapons and Munitionst MOD combat scenarios and the comparison of Adaptive Munitions (AM) / Multi‑Role Effectors (MRE) and conventional solutions with respect to the EBRt AM and MRE enabling technologiesParticipating in this workshop will allow you to develop your understanding of the advantages anddisadvantages of adaptive munitions and multi‑role effectors when compared with conventionalmunitions solutions. The desires and gaps from the MOD perspectives, the innovations from thetechnology side and the technology gaps we will need to cover in the future.Meet prospects for your Small Precision Weapon solutionOf all our delegates, 80% will use this event primarily to network. If you have a solution for Platform Programme offices, MissilePosition yourself as a leading supplier to the military, and influence Requirements & Procurement branches, Research Bodies, or Operators,procurement decisions at the ‘Small Precision Weapons’ conference. we can help connect you with your prospects. Our conferences attract senior players responsible for budget allocation.Our attendees have an active interest in hearing from:r Weapons manufacturers For sponsorship opportunities, contact Jarryd Gaggin onr Platform manufacturers +44 (0)20 7368 9300 sponsor@iqpc.co.uk.MEDIA PARTNERS ASDNews brings the latest aerospace, defence and security news from government, Defense Update online bi‑monthly defense magazine highlights defense programs industry and major news agencies around the world. Our service has over 60,000 active worldwide including land, air, naval, C4ISR, intelligence, and net‑centric warfare, subscribers and 2 million article readers per year. ASDNews content is categorised in infantry warfare, homeland defense etc. The coverage is frequently updated to over 25 main news groups ‑ for example: “Training & Simulation News”, or “Unmanned follow the development of key defense programs. Major global defense exhibitions are covered. DefenseSystems News” ‑ making recent and related articles easy to find. Subscribe to our free daily newsletter or Update is available free at our web site. Website: www.defense‑update.comweekly group newsletters on www.asdnews.com/subscription Tactical Data Links news will present and describe the current Tactical Data Links and The DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY is an authoritative online information the major command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I) systems resource for all defence purchasers. This comprehensive listing of Defence Suppliers employed by the major European nations and the major NATO nations, and will present the has enabled thousands of purchasing professionals to find exactly what they are international NEWS and international EVENTS of the Tactical Data Links community! It willlooking for ‑ in seconds. THE DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY provides a total overview of all the UK’s Armed also allow all Tactical Data Links experts to exchange information on a specialized TDL area,Forces ‑ with a wealth of valuable information about the organisation and structure of the UK’s Defence Services, exclusively reserved for TDL NEWS members. www.tdl‑news.com is the first Tactical Dataas well as useful facts about developments in the UK Defence Industry Links international news websiteContact us: defenceenquiries@armedforces.co.uk Tel: 01743 241962 www.armedforces.co.uk Developed by the AirForces Monthly team, AirForces Intelligence has been designed for Only Defense Daily delivers the business leads and market intelligence military analysts, defence and research industry professionals enabling users to analyse you need to stay competitive! With reporters based at the Pentagon its comprehensive online multi‑service air arms database. Continually updated by its and on Capitol Hill, Defense Daily is the aerospace/defense industry’s global network of correspondents, it provides a unique insight into the world’s air forcespremiere news source. With 40+ years in publication, Defense Daily is the only daily covering business news providing an introduction, ORBAT and an inventory for over 300 air arms in over 180in land, sea, air, and space programs in the global defense marketplace. countries. Visit www.AirForcesIntel.com for more information. HMForces.co.uk brings all past, present, and potential members of the UK Armed Forces together to provide resources and services to advance careers and take advantage of everything a community site has to offer. News, education resources, job search, career networking, advice, and mentorship are just a few of those benefits. Helping each other let off steam after a stressful day, or during a difficult deployment is another. Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  • 3. CONFERENCE DAY ONE : 29th March 2011 www.smallprecisionweapons.com 08.30 Registration and Coffee09.00 Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Speech Christopher M. Finn FReS, Senior Air Power Lecturer, Kings College London, RAF College Cranwell09: 10 RELIABLE PRECISION MUNITIONS: THE DECISIVE EDGE ON THE BATTLEFIELD t Evolving capability challenges t Increasing weapons / design interdependencies and complexity t Increasing complexity of target sets t Current weapons review and Joint Staff focus areas Col Todd Flesch, Branch Chief, Air/Sea Branch, Force Application Division, US DoD09:50 PRECISION AND PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS: AN AWKWARD DICHOTOMY t The Past as Prologue t The importance of information and expectation management t Future challenges Dr Joel Hayward, Dean of the Royal Air Force College, RAF 10:30 Networking Coffee Break11:00 UK APACHE OPERATORS’ PERSPECTIVE: SIGHTS TO WEAPON EFFECTS, JOINTERY AND AIR LAND INTEGRATION t Operational feedback from the use of the Apache for close combat attack and airborne counter insurgency in Afghanistan t The importance of improved air – land integration for improved weapon precision t The current weapons employed by the Apache and requirements for future capabilities Col Neale Moss, UK Attack Helicopter Force Commander, Joint Helicopter Command, UK MoD Maj David Amlôt MBE, Second in Command, 4 Regiment Army Air Corps, UK MoD11:40 THE USE OF THE AASM HAMMER FOR CLOSE AIR SUPPORT BY THE FRENCH FORCES t Operational feedback from the Rafale on using the AASM in Afghanistan t Current capacities of the AASM weapon system in close air support and air interdiction missions t An outline of the AASM development potential ‑ towards a diversification of the weapon‘s military effects Maj Nicolas Lyautey, Adjunct to the Rafale Programme Officer, French Air Force12:20 Networking Lunch13:30 OPERATIONAL FEEDBACK ON THE USE OF THE SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB) ON THE F15E STRIKE EAGLE IN AFGHANISTAN t The F15e as the test platform for the use of the Small Diameter Bomb on future stealth aircraft t The Small Diameter Bomb ‑ designed for stand off precision engagement t The limitations of the SDB when used in a close air support role Capt Conor Hiney, Surface Attack Phase Manager, Air Force Weapons School, USAF14:10 REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALL PRECISION MUNITIONS FOR US ARMY HELICOPTERS t Overview of current system capability gaps t Closing capability gaps with doctrine and training solutions t Future requirements for precision weapons Col Grady S. King, TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack, US Army Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  • 4. 14:50 Networking Coffee Break www.smallprecisionweapons.com15:20 ROYAL NETHERLANDS AIR FORCE REQUIREMENTS FOR SMALLER, MORE ACCURATE WEAPONS t Identifying a capability gap after experiences in Afghanistan and Kosovo t The effects that current weapons are unable to provide t The requirements for low collateral weapons for urban close air support Maj Oscar Zoeteweij, Operational Management Policy, Requirements and Plans, Royal Netherlands Air Force16:00 EFFECTIVE AIR-GROUND OPERATIONS AT A TACTICAL AND OPERATIONAL LEVEL t Effective ground fires support as determined by the air‑land integration, the platform and the weapon system t The limitations of the current weapons used for close air support, particularly when faced with moving targets t What a more accurate weapon would mean for the troops on the ground LtCol Steve Wertz, Chief, Joint Integration Division, Joint and Combined Integration Directorate, US Army16:40 LIVE FIRE EVALUATION OF SMALL PRECISION MUNITIONS t Developing live training capabilities and facilities t The importance of live weapon firing for testing small, precision weapons t Improving air ‑ land integration and therefore weapon accuracy through training exercises Wg Cdr (Ret’d) Jan Unander, Chief, FMV Sweden17:20 Chairman’s CloseCONFERENCE DAY TWO: 30th March 20118.30 Registration and Coffee09.00 Chairman’s Welcome Christopher M. Finn FReS, Senior Air Power Lecturer, Kings College London, RAF College Cranwell09:10 UNMANNED AVIATION AND STRIKE WEAPONS PROGRAMME UPDATE t Precision guided munitions t Guided rockets t Joint air‑to‑ground missile (JAGM) t Airborne gun systems t Anti‑radiation missiles (ARM) Capt Brian Corey, Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons, Programme Office, NAVAIR, US Navy09.50 SMALL SCALE US NAVY WEAPONISATION t Current USN efforts t Acquisition architecture: Guidance on open architecture system of systems and U.S. government lead system integrator role are driving careful consideration of material solutions including hardware‑independent stores management, universal armament interface, and modular weapon concepts t CONOPS driven design considerations: Analysis of CONOPS is driving weight, propulsion, stability and control, guidance, and lethality requirements LtCdr John Bush, Assistant Program Manager, Systems Engineering, Direct Attack Weapons, Precision Strike Weapons Program Office, US Navy10:30 Coffee and Networking Break Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  • 5. www.smallprecisionweapons.com1 1:00 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB II – A SMALL PRECISION WEAPON TO DEFEAT MOBILE GROUND TARGETS t An overview of the Small Diameter Bomb Increment II (SDB II) program t The status of the development of SDB II t A description of the SDB II weapon and its capabilities James Carter, Director of Engineering, Air Armament Center Miniature Munitions Division, USAF11:40 PANEL DISCUSSION – ARE SMALL PRECISION WEAPONS A SOLUTION FOR ‘THE’ WAR OR ‘A’ WAR? Hosted by Christopher M. Finn FReS, Senior Air Power Lecturer, Kings College London, RAF College Cranwell12.20 Lunch and Networking13.30 TEST AND INTEGRATION OF THE SMALL DIAMETER BOMB ON THE F16 BLOCK 30 AND AN INTRODUCTION TO LASER ROCKETS t Flight clearance challenges t OFP integration and testing challenges t Display limitations and future enhancements t Limitations to operational training and employment that the Small Diameter Bomb presents Maj Richard “Tricky” Wigle, Air National Guard and the Air Reserve Command Test Centre (AATC), US ANG14.10 THE UK’S APPROACH TO COLLATERAL DAMAGE ESTIMATION t The way in which individual nations and coalitions demonstrate due diligence when using lethal fires t Overview of UK’s operational targeting issues t The UK’s collateral damage estimation (CDE) as an aid to the commander and law of armed conflict LtCol John Stroud-Turp, Targeting and Information Operations (Policy), UK MoD14.50 Coffee and Networking Break15:20 SWARMS OF LOW COST MINI – UCAS WITH PRECISE WEAPONS FOR MODERN URBAN OPERATIONS t Specific urban combat requirements for smart mini‑UCAS and small smart integrated weapons t Categories of possible small and smart precision warheads for urban operations t Mixture of non‑lethal and lethal weapons for collateral damage reduction t Urban wideband communication problems t Scenarios of using autonomous mini‑UCASs TERAGRID swarming networks during conventional and electromagnetic precision urban combat Col Maciej Mroczkowski, Head, Optoelectronic Systems Dept, Military University of Technology, Poland16:00 HOW TO TRANSFORM THE TORRENT OF ISR DATA INTO PRECISION 3D MAPS t How to transform, torrent and extract of ISR Data into Precision 3D Maps t Reconstruct 2D pixel‑based sensor data into a 3D model‑based format t Fuse multiple sensor collections and modalities into a unified, compressive model Extract and classify operationally‑significant objects in sensor data collected in urban terrain Todd Hughes, Programme Manager, DARPA16:40 Closing Remarks and End of Conference Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  • 6. SMALL PRECISION WEAPONS 2011 5 WAYS TO REGISTER VENUE: CONFERENCE: PRE CONFERENCE Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or American Square 29th – 30th March 2011 WORKSHOP: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Conference Centre, London 28th March 2011 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk My registration code is: PDFW Online: www.smallprecisionweapons.com Post: IQPC Ltd. 129 Wilton Road, London Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration SW1V 1JZ code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. MILITARY & GOVERNMENT RATES** Team Discounts* PACKAGES 21st January 2011* 25th February 2011* Standard Price IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% Conference + Save £250 Save £150 discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. £1048 + VAT Workshop £798 + VAT £898 + VAT Only one discount available per person. Conference Only Save £200 Save £100 £699 + VAT £499 + VAT £599 + VAT Venue & Accommodation INDUSTRY RATES VENUE: American Square Conference Centre, 17 Crosswall, London EC3N 2LB PACKAGES 21st January 2011* 25th February 2011* Standard Price Tel: 020 7706 7700 Conference + Save £250 - Save £150 ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not included in the reg- £2098 + VAT Workshop £1848 + VAT £1948 + VAT istration fee, for nearby accommodation options and best possible rates and Conference Only Save £200 Save £100 special offers please visit www.HotelMap.com/America-Square-Conference- £1599 + VAT Centre. This map displays live availability and allows you to book directly £1399 + VAT £1499 + VAT with each hotel. 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