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This is the complete brochure and agenda for the Armoured Vehicles Asia event, taking place 12th-13th October 2010 at the Singapore Expo in Singapore. Visit the website for full details at www.armouredvehiclesasia.com.

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  1. 1. Balancing Armoured SAVE UP TO Vehicle Priorities: Armour, General/Flag S$300 Officer 1* and WHEN YOU Mobility & Firepower above attend fo r FREE REGISTER BY 6th for details) August 2010 Dates: 12 & 13 October, 2010 Venue: Singapore Expo, Singapore Key Military Presenters From Asia: Further Presentations From: Attend Armoured Vehicles Brigadier Sanjiv Varma, Lieutenant General Antonio Gucciardino, Asia and: Dy Dir Gen (Equipment) DG Mechanised Forces, General Manager of Procurement Agency for Land Systems, INDIAN ARMY  Learn how Asian nations are planning to ITALIAN ARMY modernise their armoured vehicle fleets Dr Kogila Balakrishnan, Undersecretary, Defence Industrial Division, Colonel Robert W. Schumitz  Gain insight into different procurement MINISTRY OF DEFENCE MALAYSIA Project Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, methodologies used throughout Asia Shri. S. Sundaresh, US ARMY  Build relationships with your regional Distinguished Scientist & CC R&D (ACE), Chief Controller defence force colleagues Colonel Russell E. Smith, R&D (Armament & Combat Engineering), DRDO, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, INDIA Director of Fires and Manoeuvre Integration Division,  Explore the capability enhancement Capability Development Directorate, options available to your armoured Antonio L. Romero II, US MARINE CORPS vehicle fleet Undersecretary for Finance & Armed Forces Modernization Affairs and OIC - Undersecretary for Defense Affairs, Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster,  Discuss operational lessons learnt DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE PHILIPPINES Director Land Requirements 3 from those that have recently General Jagath Jayasuriya, - Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems, returned from combat zones Commander of Army, SRI LANKA ARMY CANADIAN DND Lieutenant Colonel Kim Sun Young, Major Steven Reynolds, “An ideal combination of Armoured Vehicles Project Team, SO2 EC Capability and Equipment, regional knowledge and global DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION UK MoD best practice presentations; a (DAPA), REPUBLIC OF KOREA Dr Robert Lusardi, formidable conference not to be Colonel AK Sharma, Deputy Program Manager Light Armored Vehicles, missed.” Former Armour Battalion Commander & Dean, Faculty of US MARINE CORPS Technical Studies, INDIAN ARMY Conference Chair: Dr Tim Senior Officer, ROYAL THAI ARMY Brig General Agus Suyarso, Huxley, Executive Director, THE Head of Research and Development of the Defence Industry, INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR Lieutenant General JP Singh, INDONESIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Deputy Chief of Army Staff – Planning and Strategy, STRATEGIC STUDIES (IISS) – ASIA INDIAN ARMY SPONSORS: RESEARCHED & Kelvin Wong Ka Weng, DEVELOPED BY: Assoc Research Fellow, NTU-MILITARY TRANSFORMATIONS PROGRAMME, SINGAPORE a Curtiss-Wright Company Curt W Senior Officer, Heavy Industries Taxila, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE PRODUCTION PAKISTAN Senior Officer, SRI LANKA ARMOURED CORPS Register online at www.armouredvehiclesasia.com or contact us at +65 6722 9388 or +44 (0)20 7368 9300 or enquire@defenceiq.com
  2. 2. there is an increasing need to expand, Attending Armoured Key Session Spotlights Dear Colleague, ir land warfare strategies, es focus greater attention on the et with growing domesti c sec urity needs, reinforce bor der security Vehicles Asia will: As regional defence forc ed vehicle fleets to me 1. MALAYSIA’S DEFENCE PROCUREMENT e armour reinforce and upgrad s. 1. Provide you with a platform for t to international mission in any other POLICY AND ARMOURED VEHICLE and expand their suppor le budgets are as evid ent in Asia as they are requirements to availab e with their international learning international best practice on REQUIREMENTS However, the challenges of matching share best practic Asian defence forces to abilities at best value. armoured vehicle procurement policy ificant opportunities for oured vehicle fleet cap Dr Kogila Balakrishnan, region. This provides sign to strive for modern arm counterparts, both military and industry, rket. and management Undersecretary, Defence Industrial to this fast-growing ma event entirely dedicated 2. Accelerate the development of the Welcome to Armour ed Vehicles Asia, the only recently announced Division, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE MALAYSIA region (including those ent programmes in the imum expense. Asian armoured vehicle manufacturing (DAY 1 - 9.00) pla nned vehicle procurem xim um effectiveness at min With several active and ng need to ensure ma n developed and industry by: ubli c of Korea) there is a stro ent programmes have bee in Malaysia and the Rep international procurem r faculty will address 2. ASSESSING THE CURRENT AND EXPECTED will explore how major mmes. Our expert speake i. Highlighting current initiatives Armoured Vehicles Asia applied to Asian progra this experience may be uvrability. to promote domestic manufacturing FUTURE DEMANDS TO BE PLACED ON THE delivered to evaluate how ng balancing armour, firepower and manoe common challenges includi who will detail their PHILIPPINE ARMY AND ASSESSING THE Asian defence forces capabilities in Asia tion from the leading their solutions. oured to have senior representa e manufacturers to offer ii. Identifying potential areas that ROLE ARMOURED VEHICLES WILL PLAY In addition, we are hon local and global defenc there are significant policie s and opportunities for al com ponents. Furthermore, national requirements, sub-systems and individu partnerships with non-Asian defence Antonio L. Romero II, icle platforms to vehicle These range from full veh capability enhancement. manufacturers can be formed Undersecretary for Finance & Armed e and opportunities for upgrad in the region, including: IONAL DEFENSE PHILIPPI NES Forces Modernization Affairs and OIC - the most active forces Don’t miss you r chance to hear from  DEPARTMENT OF NAT Undersecretary for Defense Affairs,  MINISTR Y OF DEFENCE MALAYSIA  INDIAN ARMY Y OF DEFENCE PA), REPUBLIC OF KOREA DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE  INDONESIAN MINISTR M ADMINISTRATION (DA  DEFENC E ACQUISITION PROGRA oured Vehicles Asia offe rs a unique opportunity to Who Should Attend? PHILIPPINES rever you are based, Arm ermine your success. military or industry, whe contacts that will det (DAY 1 - 9.30) Whether you represent and establish the critical  Commanding General, Armoured but demanding market evaluate this compelling Division 3. THE FUTURE OF ARMOURED VEHICLES IN ing you in October. I look forward to welcom  Commanding Officer, Armoured Brigade THE INDIAN DEFENCE FORCE Regards,  Programme Manager Brigadier Sanjiv Varma,  Requirements Director Dy Dir Gen (Equipment) DG Mechanised  Technical Director Forces, INDIAN ARMY Joel Harris  Armour Officer (Day 2 – 4.00) Project Manager nd out Defence IQ Asia @defenceiq.com to fi 4. THE CAPABILITIES OF THE ADDITIONAL attend? Contact enquire officer that would like to 2000 HIGH-TECH WHEELED ARMOURED PS: Are you one, two or three star military st you in your quest. VEHICLES: REPUBLIC OF KOREA ARMED how Defence IQ can assi About Defenceiq.com FORCES Lieutenant Colonel Kim Sun Young, Sponsorship Opportunities Three easy ways to get involved Media Partners Armoured Vehicles Project Team, Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of DEFENCE ACQUISITION PROGRAM 1 senior military customers and decision makers from across the globe, Defence IQ events enable you to build your reputation as a market leader in your chosen domain Defenceiq.com is an established online ADMINISTRATION (DAPA), REPUBLIC OF KOREA through speaking sessions and subject specific conference community of military and private sector (DAY 1 - 10.30) streams, workshops and focus days. professionals. We provide the platform 2 Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities for on-site branding and exposure. Furthermore,our dedicated Worldwide Military Guide for Army, Navy & Airforce which leading defence experts share their experience, knowledge and strategic thoughts. We are dedicated to providing military 5. GUERRILLA WARFARE: DISCUSSING THE USE OF SRI LANKA’S FLEET OF APV’S AND MBT’S marketing team can help you achieve your promotional aims in the months leading up to the conference with personnel and the private sector with strategic General Jagath Jayasuriya, dedicated mailings to cover 50,000 contacts through defence resources covering current defence Commander of Army, SRI LANKA ARMY 3 brochure drops, extensive e-mail campaigns and tailored web coverage. Featured Networking Events: Focused and high level, issues. Defenceiq.com works closely with Ministries of (DAY 2 - 11.00) 6. ASSESSING THE CURRENT AND FUTURE our events will provide you with the perfect environment to initiate new business relationships and achieve face to Defence and industry organisations to deliver OUTLOOK OF ARMOURED VEHICLES IN face contact that overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver. leading edge information that showcase the THE INDONESIAN ARMY Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibition stands to latest requirements, emerging technologies Brigadier General Agus Suyarso, sponsored lunches, cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a and lessons identified from recent operations. host of informal social networking events. Head of Research and Development of Visit www.defenceiq.com to join the For further details, or to discuss which option is best for your the Defence Industry, INDONESIAN organisation, please call Nick Harragin at +44 (0)207 368 9500 or community for free. www.defenceiq.com/member MINISTRY OF DEFENCE e-mail enquire@defenceiq.com (DAY 2 - 1.30)
  3. 3. NE 11.00 INCREASING PROTECTION ACROSS THE ITALIAN ARMY’S 2.00 DISCUSSING CURRENT DEMANDS AND EXPECTED FUTURE USE FERENCE DAY O ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLE FLEET OF ARMOURED VEHICLES IN THE PAKISTAN ARMY C ON   Discussing the Italian Army’s Armoured Fighting Vehicle   current use of armoured vehicles in use by the Pakistan The 12th OCTOBER Fleet: New concepts and capabilities Army: An overview TUESDAY,   Assessing how the legacy’s of older platforms have   Outlining the capabilities of the current fleet of armoured influenced Digitized Platforms for the “Forza NEC” vehicles in order to determine and prioritise upgrades Programme: Legacy and new platforms   Armoured Vehicles in Pakistan: How to align your planned   Enhancing survivability with cost-effective solutions capability enhancements with your expected future 8.00 REGISTRATION & WELCOMING TEA AND COFFEE   Armoured Fighting Vehicle procurement: The Italian Senior Officer, approach Heavy Industries Taxila, 8.30 CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO DAY 1 MINISTRY OF DEFENCE PRODUCTION PAKISTAN Lieutenant General Antonio Gucciardino, 8.40 HIGHLIGHTING REGIONAL DEFENCE PROGRAMS: Sharing General Manager of Procurement Agency for Land 2.30 HIGHLIGHTING THE CAPABILITIES OF THE NEW ‘HARDLY regional defence procurement knowledge and emphasising Systems, ITALIAN ARMY DETECTABLE’ MBT IN DEVELOPMENT the need for regional partnerships of armoured vehicle   Detailing the specifics of the Non-Explosive and non- procurement initiatives 11.30 PROCUREMENT PANEL DISCUSSION Energetic Reactive Armour design and assessing the results Dr Tim Huxley, This session will provide delegates with an unrivalled from preliminary testing Executive Director, IISS opportunity to ask our keynote presenters for their   Assessing the future challenges envisaged through the professional opinions on a range of procurement issues new MBT’s production 9.00 MALAYSIA’S DEFENCE PROCUREMENT POLICY AND such as strategies, priorities and methodologies.   Analysing the componentry of the vehicle and maximising ARMOURED VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS the use of indigenous manufactures/suppliers   Describing how Malaysia is developing procurement Lieutenant Colonel Kim Sun Young, Armoured Vehicles Project Team, Shri. S. Sundaresh, best practice Distinguished Scientist & CC R&D (ACE), Chief Controller R & D   Malaysia’s future requirements for armoured vehicles DEFENCE ACQUISITION PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION (DAPA), REPUBLIC OF KOREA (Armament & Combat Engineering), and outlining how they will be met DRDO, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, INDIA   Developing Malaysia’s domestic manufacturing industry Lieutenant General Antonio Gucciardino, in order to assist armoured vehicle development: How General Manager of Procurement Agency for Land Systems, 3.00 AFTERNOON TEA & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES will this be achieved? ITALIAN ARMY   Identifying the opportunities available for foreign 3.30 GROUND PENETRATING RADAR IN C-IED OPERATIONS companies seeking to do business in Malaysia Antonio L. Romero II,  Ground Penetrating Radar operation principle Undersecretary for Finance & Armed Forces Modernization  Duracrete C-IED Ground Dr Kogila Balakrishnan, Affairs and OIC - Undersecretary for Defense Affairs, Penetrating Radar system Lessons learned Undersecretary, Defence Industrial Division, DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE PHILIPPINES MINISTRY OF DEFENCE MALAYSIA Senior Representatives, Dr Kogila Balakrishnan, 3D-RADAR & EXPONENT INC a Curtiss-Wright Company Curt W 9.30 ASSESSING THE CURRENT AND EXPECTED FUTURE DEMANDS Undersecretary, Defence Industrial Division, TO BE PLACED ON THE PHILIPPINE ARMY AND THE ROLE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE MALAYSIA 4.00 CAPABLILITY ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS OF INDIAN AFV’S: ARMOURED VEHICLES WILL PLAY WHAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED?   Analysing the current deployment of armoured vehicles   Outlining the various capability enhancement projects 12.00 TECHNOLOGY BASED INNOVATION, TEAMING AND used by the Philippine Army being undertaken by the Indian Army COMMITMENT   Assessing the current capabilities of the armoured   Overcoming the major challenges of each project; what   Cutting edge technology vehicles in use can be learnt from overcoming these challenges?   Tailoring of solutions   Outlining the future threats that the Philippine Armed   Maximising your vehicles capabilities without jeopardising   Partnering with local industry Forces will face manuevourablity or firepower   Discussing the future of the AFV: Logical progression Antonio L. Romero II, Rune Werner, Undersecretary for Finance & Armed Forces Modernization Executive Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Col AK Sharma, Affairs and OIC - Undersecretary for Defense Affairs, KONGSBERG (former) Armour Battalion Commander & Dean, Faculty of DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE PHILIPPINES Technical Studies, INDIAN ARMY 12.30 LUNCH & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES 4.30 HIGHLIGHTING THE REFURBISHMENT PLANS OF THE SRI LANKAN 10.00 MORNING TEA & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES ARMOURED VEHICLE FLEET 1.30 DEVELOPING CAPABILITIES TO MAXIMISE THE EFFECT AND   Outlining the current use of the Sri Lankan Army Type B 10.30 THE CAPABILITIES OF THE ADDITIONAL 2000 HIGH-TECH PROTECTION OF THE US MARINE CORPS WHEELED ARMOURED VEHICLES: REPUBLIC OF KOREA Russian built armoured vehicle   Understanding the capability development operational   Identifying what capabilities need to be enhanced to ARMED FORCES process utilised by the Combat Development Directorate increase the longevity of the vehicles operational use   Highlighting the current armoured vehicles capabilities   Identifying key armoured vehicles’ projects that are in   future armoured vehicle challenges the Sri Lankan The and life cycle development at the Combat Development Directorate Army will face; addressing these challenges in the   Understanding the need for an additional 2000 high-   Evaluating recently completed armoured vehicle upgrades tech wheeled vehicles projects that are in operational combat: What has been   Evaluating the capabilities of the planned vehicles: achieved? Senior Officer SRI LANKA ARMOURED CORPS Benefits and challenges   Minimising the gaps in the armoured vehicle fleet used Lieutenant Colonel Kim Sun Young, by the US Marine Corp 5.00 CLOSE OF ARMOURED VEHICLES ASIA DAY 1 Armoured Vehicles Project Team, Colonel Russell E. Smith, DEFENCE ACQUISITION PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION (DAPA), Director of Fires and Manoeuvre Integration Division, 5.05 NETWORKING DRINKS REPUBLIC OF KOREA Capabilty Development Directorate, US MARINE CORPS
  4. 4.   The URO’s currently deployed on operations   Evaluating enabling technologies, requirements and issues WO FERENCE DAY T   Highlighting equipments including, amongst others, Medium leading to actual Stryker deployment C ON CTOBER  and Light Armoured Vehicles and Protected Patrol Vehicles  Understanding how these equipments are supported in   Outlining analysis, dissemination, integration and archiving NESDAY, 13th O of new concepts for the Stryker operations, demonstrating that the fundamental principles   Mobilised preparedness for Stryker forces WED still apply Colonel Robert W. Schumitz Major Steven Reynolds, Project Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, US ARMY SO2 EC Capability and Equipment, UK MoD 8.00 REGISTRATION & WELCOMING TEA AND COFFEE 2.30 REVIEWING THE DEMANDS FACED BY THE ROYAL THAI ARMY REGARDING THE USE OF ARMOURED VEHICLES; MAXIMIZING 8.30 CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO DAY 2 11.00 GUERRILLA WARFARE: DISCUSSING THE USE OF SRI LANKA’S EFFICIENCY IN USE AND DEPLOYMENT FLEET OF APV’S AND MBT’S 8.40 ASSESSING THE STRESS OF HIGH MOBILITY ENERGY DEMAND   Analysing the current deployment of armoured vehicles   Outlining the current use of Sri Lankan APV’s and MBT’s ON CONTEMPORARY ARMOUR OPERATIONS throughout the Royal Thai Army within the Sri Lankan Army   Discussing the issue of high battlefield energy demand in   Assessing the current capabilities of the armoured vehicles   Discussing the use of armour in Sri Lanka’s conflict land warfare using short case studies of past and present in use   The future use of the APT’s and MBT’s within the Sri Lankan conflicts, with particular emphasis on armour operations   Outlining the future direction and advancements for army   Identifying the cost of battlefield fuel delivery, logistical armoured vehicles in the Royal Thai Army: What does the   Determining how these vehicles will change / be burdens, and endangered lives as a consequence of high future hold? developed to cater for future requirements energy demands by contemporary land combat forces Senior Officer, ROYAL THAI ARMY   Outlining research and development efforts in armoured General Jagath Jayasuriya, vehicle design and propulsion, and the potential Commander of Army, SRI LANKA ARMY 3.00 Afternoon Tea & Networking Opportunities capability enhancements these technologies might provide for future armour operations 11.30 PANEL DISCUSSION: PRIORITISING VEHICLES UPGRADES; 3.30 REDUCING ARMOR WEIGHT WITH COST EFFECTIVE BALANCING ARMOUR, MOBILITY AND FIREPOWER DYNEEMA(R) SOLUTIONS Kelvin Wong Ka Weng, The panel will look at the different variables that are required to be  Current trends- security force need better protected Associate Research Fellow, taken into consideration when upgrading / modifying vehicles. vehicle at reduced or less weight NTU-MILITARY TRANSFORMATIONS PROGRAMME, SINGAPORE  DSM Dyneema – Dedicated and credible in Life Protection General Jagath Jayasuriya,  Better than any available composite, Dyneema(R) enables 9.00 THE FUTURE OF LIGHT ARMOURED VEHICLES AND THEIR Commander of Army, SRI LANKA ARMY to save weight at equal protection: SURVIVABILITY COMPONENTS Major Steven Reynolds,  To save lives   Incorporating updated levels of protection and survivability SO2 EC Capability and Equipment, UK MoD  To Increase payload components into the design of light armoured vehicles  To increase mobility   Evaluating past capability improvements to the LAV as Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster,  At affordable cost evaluated by the US Marine Corps Director Land Requirements 3 - Armoured Fighting Vehicle  Life Cycle Cost – Lower weight, lower cost   Uncovering where future upgrades provide specific Systems, CANADIAN DND  Overview of solutions made using Dyneema(R) opportunities for industry 12.00 RECENT AFV HISTORY: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED? WHAT MUST Dr Alex Yong, Dr Robert Lusardi, CHANGE? Regional Technical Manager (Asia-Pacific), Deputy Program Manager Light Armored Vehicles,  Combat experience DSM DYNEEMA US MARINE CORPS   Programs   Forward view 4.00 THE FUTURE OF ARMOURED VEHICLES IN THE INDIAN DEFENCE 9.30 CANADIAN ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLES: DEVELOPMENTS,   Necessary change FORCE REQUIREMENTS AND FUTURE PLANS   Evaluating enabling technologies, requirements and issues   Changing requirements for future combat vehicles: What James Caudle, leading to newly designed armoured vehicles ready for are these Vice President of Business Development (Asia), deployment   Lessons learned from operations that have been BAE SYSTEMS HAGGLUNDS AB   Outlining, assessing and integrating new concepts for incorporated into the overall programme future armoured vehicle design 12.30 Lunch & Networking Opportunities   Planning for the future: assessing the future look and   The employment of Canadian ground combat vehicles (to include the Leopard 2A6M) in Afghanistan over the last 1.30 ASSESSING THE CURRENT AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF capability of Indian armoured vehicles 12 months: What has been learnt? ARMOURED VEHICLES IN THE INDONESIAN ARMY Brigadier Sanjiv Varma,   The current use of armoured vehicles by the Indonesian Dy Dir Gen (Equipment) DG Mechanised Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Alan Bolster, Army: How are they best utilised Director Land Requirements 3 - Armoured Fighting Vehicle INDIAN ARMY   Assessing the capabilities of the current fleet of armoured Systems, CANADIAN DND vehicles in order to determine and prioritise upgrades 4.30 KEYNOTE: AN INSIGHT IN THE REGIONS LARGEST LAND FORCE   Outlining the future direction that armoured vehicles in   Indian Army as a network-enabled ground force 10.00 Morning Tea & Networking Opportunities   A view of the current Indian Army’s capacity Indonesia will take 10.30 RESPONDING TO THE CONTEMPORARY OPERATING   Assessing the future the Indian armoured vehicle fleet Brigadier General Agus Suyarso, ENVIRONMENT: THE REALITY OF SUPPORTING COMBAT Lieutenant General JP Singh, Head of Research and Development of the Defence Industry, EQUIPMENT IN OPERATIONS Deputy Chief of Army Staff – Planning and Strategy, INDONESIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENCE This session will provide an insight into how the UK military INDIAN ARMY has gone about meeting capability gaps in operations, 2.00 US DEVELOPMENTS OF THE STRYKER MODERNISATION 5.00 CLOSING REMARKS FROM CHAIRMAN and the UK principles of Equipment Support and their STRATEGIES application on combat operations in the Contemporary Dr Tim Huxley, This session will look at the Stryker modernisation program, and Operating Environment (COE). Executive Director, specifically about how and what the US Army are doing to   An insight into the Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) IISS continue to ensure the vehicles are operationally capable in process the hands of soldiers using them. 5.35 CONCLUSION OF ARMOURED VEHICLES ASIA CONFERENCE
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