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Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom
SMi group Proudly Presents its 6th Annual…
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TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY 2020
9th -11th
MARCH
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom
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The World’s Leading Conference Dedicated to Soldier Modernisation
www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
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conFerence chAirMAn:
colonel (ret’d) richard hansen, Former Program Manager,
Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
eXPert MilitAry And technicAl SPeAKerS:
Brigadier Matt Jackson, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, royal Marines
Mr nick taylor, Soldier, Training and Special Programmes Team Leader DE&S,
uK Mod
colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier Program Technical
Director, Spanish Army
colonel Johannes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der Zukunft,
Austrian Army
lieutenant colonel neil locke, Commander Infantry Trials and Development Unit,
British Army
lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head Infantry Section German Army
Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army
lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed Forces Subarctic
Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces
Major Jari tillikka, Programme Manager Dismounted Soldier, Finnish Army
Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator,
Portuguese Army
Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units, Swiss Armed Forces
captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme, canadian Army
dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, Senior Technical
Lead Power, dStl uK Mod
Mr Jonathan russell, Principle Scientist Platform Systems, dStl uK Mod
dr nicolas Mueller, Head of Weapon Systems Armasuisse, ddPS Switzerland
Mr Steven Silwa, Deputy Director Rapid Equipping Force, uS Army
Mr Jose collazo-castillo, Assistant Programme Manager Soldier Tactical Power,
PEO Soldier, uS Army
dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics, Fraunhofer ioSB
dr Arend Woering, Programme Manager Soldier Systems Research, tno
dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno
induStry SPeAKerS include:
Mr rick Stone, Senior Business, Black diamond Advanced technology
Ms lisa Amling, VP of Product Development, Small Format Connector Systems,
glenair inc
Mr richard Waldrom, Capture Manager, Soldier Systems, ultra electronics
10th - 11th MArch: Future Soldier technology conFerence
returning
For
2020
9TH MARCH:
diSMounted Soldier SituAtionAl
AWAreneSS FocuS dAy
lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and
Battlespace Management, British Army
colonel Francois regis dabas, Head of Infantry
Development Directorate, French Army
lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head
Infantry Section German Army Concepts and
Capabilities Development Centre, german Army
lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, C2 and
Digitization Officer, Belgian land component
Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and
Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army
captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme,
canadian Army
Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director, C5ISR Center,
uS Army
Mr lars erik olsen, Principle Scientist Norwegian
Defence Research Establishment, norwegian Mod
eXPert MilitAry And technicAl SPeAKerS:
Future Soldier Technology
www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
Dear Colleague,
It is my great pleasure to invite you to join us at the 6th
annual Future Soldier Technology conference that will be
taking place back in London on the 9th-11th of March
2020. This community meeting serves as the world’s leading
forum for dismounted soldier and marine technology.
Focused around the key areas of dismounted capability, this
conference will allow attendees to gather comprehensive
information from technical and military experts.
As our adversaries evolve, military capability continues to
adapt to meet these new challenges. At the centre of all
military capability, the dismounted soldier remains at the
core of all operations. It is crucial therefore for nations to
equip their soldiers to retain a competitive advantage in
an increasingly wide array of missions. Soldier technology
development and integration is therefore a critical enabler
for future force enhancement.
To that end, Future Soldier Technology 2020 presents the
most relevant and current information for capability and
procurement experts to leverage for their projects. Our host
of expert speakers will present their programmes priorities,
their challenges and crucially their successes. This will
provide all attendees with a host of actionable intelligence
to take with them for their projects.
This expert conference will offer hours of dedicated
networking time providing an unmatched forum
for government, military and industry to discuss soldier
technology. I urge you to attend this meeting to learn and
contribute to the discussion of the future of dismounted
soldier systems.
I look forward to meeting you.
colonel (ret’d) richard hansen,
Former Program Manager,
Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier,
uS Army
this year’s Speakers from Military, Procurement and
research for dismounted Soldier Programmes
hear the very latest from senior military
personnel and decision makers
listen to international
keynote speakers
Meet and network with key military
speakers and programme managers
regiSter By 29th noVeMBer For A £400 diScount | regiSter By 13th deceMBer For A £200 diScount | regiSter By 31St JAnuAry For A £100 diScount
register online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
Brigadier Matt Jackson, Commander 3 Commando Brigade,
royal Marines
Mr nick taylor, Soldier, Training and Special Programmes Team
Leader DE&S, uK Mod
colonel Francois regis dabas, Head of Infantry Development
Directorate, French Army
colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier
Program Technical Director, Spanish Army
colonel Johannes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der
Zukunft, Austrian Army
lieutenant colonel neil locke, Commander Infantry Trials and
Development Unit, British Army
lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and Battlespace
Management, British Army
lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head Infantry
Section German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development
Centre, german Army
lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, C2 and Digitization Officer,
Belgian land component
lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed
Forces Subarctic Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces
Major Jari tillikka, Programme Manager Dismounted Soldier,
Finnish Army
Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and Force
Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army
Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units,
Swiss Armed Forces
captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme,
canadian Army
dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman,
Senior Technical Lead Power, dStl uK Mod
Dr Nicolas Mueller, Head of Weapon Systems Armasuisse,
ddPS Switzerland
Mr Steven Silwa, Deputy Director Rapid Equipping Force,
uS Army
Mr Jose collazo-castillo, Assistant Programme Manager Soldier
Tactical Power, PEO Soldier, uS Army
Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director, C5ISR Center,
uS Army
Mr lars erik olsen, Principle Scientist Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment, norwegian Mod
dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics,
Fraunhofer ioSB
Mr Jonathan russell, Principle Scientist Platform Systems,
dStl uK Mod
dr Arend Woering, Programme Manager Soldier Systems
Research, tno
dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno
Future Soldier Technology
SituAtionAl AWAreneSS FocuS dAy | 9th MArch 2020
register online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
8.30 registration & coffee
8.50 chairman’s opening remarks
colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
oPening hoSt nAtion And Keynote BrieFingS
9.00 research and development into dismounted Situational Awareness
• Methods and approach to developing DSA technology for the
dismounted soldier
• The development of DSA, for a soldier system, within LE Tac CIS
• Wider situational awareness and Combat identification for the
general user
lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and Battlespace
Management, British Army
9.30 the French Army’s Approach to driving Soldier lethality and c4i for
Superior target Acquisition and Situational Awareness
• The operational vision for French forces of dismounted situational
awareness
• Integrating soldiers with autonomous systems to provide multi-
domain situational awareness
• Dismounted soldier systems considerations for mission specific
adaptability
colonel Francois-regis dabas, Director Capability Development,
French Army
10.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor
10.30 Morning coffee
enhAncing diSMounted SituAtionAl AWAreneSS
With netWorKed c4i SySteMS
11.00 Adopting integrated Soldier Systems for Superior Battlespace
connectivity
• Dismounted – Mounted C4I: Integrating soldiers with platform
architecture
• Generating common C4I architecture with combat platforms
• Discussing the German Army’s approach to adopting more
advanced digital personal equipment
lieutenant colonel christophe Wallner, Army Concepts and
Capabilities Development Centre, german Army
11.30 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor
12.00 exploiting unmanned Systems for dismounted Situational Awareness
• Urban Reconnaissance through Supervised Autonomy: Networking
Autonomous systems with dismounted soldiers
• Discussing behaviour recognition software and applications for
dismounted operations
• Supervision vs automation as a method of intelligence gathering
• Augmenting reality to enable heightened situational awareness
• Manned-Unmanned considerations for complex operations
Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director CCDC C5ISR Center, uS Army
12.30 networking lunch
WorKing With induStry to deliVer cutting
edge cAPABilitieS to SoldierS
1.30 Maximising Soldier capabilities Within Short timeframes by leveraging
cotS Solutions
• Discussing the problems with adopting an integrated solution for
soldier systems
• Building cost effective and timely solutions for dismounted operations
• Pragmatic solutions for data networking
• Analysing the challenges for interoperability, scalability and security
with COTS solutions for soldier systems
lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, Head of the Implementation
Team Land Simulations, Land Component, Operational Command,
Ministry of defence Belgium
2.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor
2.30 Working with industry to deliver enhanced Soldier Sensors and Future
Battlespace Management Systems
• Discussing the problems with adopting an integrated solution for
soldier systems
• Building cost effective and timely solutions for dismounted operations
• Pragmatic solutions for data networking
• Analysing the challenges for interoperability, scalability and security
with COTS solutions for soldier systems
Major ricardo Jorge Parcelas Araujo e Silva, Capabilities Department,
Portuguese Army
3.00 Afternoon tea
leVerAging SenSor technology to enhAnce diSMounted
SituAtionAl AWAreneSS
3.30 canada’s cyclical Approach to developing the integrated Soldier
System
• Due to the project’s technical nature and expected lifecycle, a
cyclical evolution of the project was established in order to be able
to leverage advances in technology when they were/are available
• Cycle one consisted of a basic platform and capability including
a period of feedback from the field force upon initial operating
capacity
• Cycle two consists of efforts to integrate other sensors and
technology as well as bridge to the Canadian Army’s secret level
Land Command Support System (radio net)
• Cycle three will consist of further hardware and software upgrades
as well as integration of additional sensors and equipment
captain Matthew isenor, Project Director - Integrated Soldier System,
canadian Army
4.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor
4.30 research and development of networked, Mobile dismounted Soldier
Systems for the norwegian Armed Forces
• Research into manned unmanned networking and unique
considerations for ground system mobility
• Discussing the evolution and roadmap for Norwegian Soldier C4I
• Moving toward a whole of force data and communication network
• Leveraging 3D Audio detection for dismounted threat detection
Mr lars erik olsen, Principal Scientist Norwegian Defence Research
Establishment, norwegian Mod
5.00 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day one
colonel (ret’d) richard hansen , Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness Focus day
copthorne tara hotel, london, uK
Chaired by colonel (ret’d) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
As soldiers continue to be deployed across a variety diverse of theatres, modernising the warfighter’s remains a critical task
for all militaries, Today, there is significant importance placed on considering the soldier as a system – integrating wireless
communications, digital displays, and an ever-growing number of sensors to gather, disseminate, and exploit growing data
sets to maintain information superiority and full-spectrum dominance.
In a contested battlefield, blue force tracking, spatial awareness, and effective communication between friendly units remain
vitally important, whilst tracking enemy combatants across complex and degraded environments and protecting networks
through robust cyber security continue to be key to guaranteeing mission success.
In order to achieve greater situational awareness, militaries continue to utilise new equipment and technologies, often at
the cutting edge of scientific development – integrating micro-UAVs and robotic autonomous systems into the arsenals of
dismounted troops to build an effective operating picture. Ensuring effective all-weather operations through night vision and
thermal optics also remain critical for any modern defence force – as the landscapes of warfare continue to evolve.
This Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness focus day will provide the perfect setting for technical experts, military end users,
and solution providers to share their latest developments within these spheres and build an understanding of how technologies
and equipment are being deployed. With key updates from the British Army, Canadian ISSP Programme, and a special focus
on Robotics and Autonomous Systems, this meeting remains to be an enlightening and lively forum for our esteemed panel
and attendees.
toPicS coVered Will include:
• communication digitisation
• Advanced autonomous software
and systems
• Working with industry to
implement solutions
• dismounted unmanned sensor
technology
Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711
Future Soldier Technology
MAin conFerence dAy one | 10th MArch 2020 www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
8.30 registration & coffee
8.50 chairman’s opening remarks
colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
oPening hoSt nAtion AddreSSeS
9.00 An overview of British dismounted infantry technology Acquisition
for Supporting dismounted Soldier operations
• Driving capability acquisition in the key areas: Lethality, Mobility,
Protection, C4I and Power
• Optimising ever increasingly complex and power intensive soldier
systems
• Leveraging advances in unmanned teaming to improve
dismounted awarenss
Mr nick taylor ceng FiMeche MAPM rPP, Soldier Training and Special
Programmes Team Leader, uK Mod
9.40 the infantry trials and development unit
• Unit Overview
• Transformation: Sighting systems, Unmanned Ground Vehicles, UAS
integration into the force
• Manned Unmanned Teaming (MUMT)
• AWE 19
• TommyWorks
• Conclusion
lieutnenant colonel neil (Andy) locke, Commanding Officer Infantry
Trials and Development Unit, British Army
10.20 Speaking Session reserved for
Mr rick Stone, Senior Business Development Manager,
Black diamond Advanced technology
11.00 Morning coffee
Soldier ModerniSAtion And ProgrAMMAtic uPdAteS
11.30 SiScAP - the new model for the SP combatant
• Background
• Description: main subsystems
• Development process. Current state
• Field Tests and way ahead
colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier Program
Technical Director, Mod of Spain
12.10 Speaking Session reserved
for glenair
12.50 Future Soldier Systems in combination with unmanned ground Vehicle
• Configuration IdZ-ES VJTF 2023
• Operational Use Cases UGV
• Requirements UGV
lieutenant colonel christophe Wallner, Army Concepts and
Capabilities Development Centre, german Army
1.30 networking lunch
oPtiMiSing Soldier technology For nighttiMe And SPeciAl oPerAtionS
2.30 dismounted Soldier System Finland - Building night combat capability
• Concept of Finnish Dismounted Soldier System
• Building Night combat capability through an integrated systems
approach
• Supplementing night fighting technology with C4I capability
• Enabling capability with advanced power solutions
Major Jari tiilikka, Program Manager Dismounted Soldier System,
Finnish defence Forces
3.10 Sponsor Session reserved for ultra electronics
Mr richard Waldrom, Capture Manager,
Soldier Systems, ultra electronics
3.50 enhancing the dismounted Soldier capabilities for the Swiss Special
Forces command
• Overview actual capabilities
• Relevant current acquisition projects
• Emerging technologies/ capabilities
• Where we want to go
Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units, Swiss
Armed Forces
4.30 Afternoon tea
AdVAnceMentS in tActicAl PoWer And PoWer MAnAgeMent SySteMS
5.00 Power Sources and Management for the dismounted Soldier
• Trends in dismounted power sources
• Challenges
• Standardisation opportunities: UK, NATO, others
dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, Senior
Technical Lead Power, dStl uK Mod
5.40 developing Soldier tactical Power Systems to enhance dismounted
Soldier operations
• Research, development, and packaging high density power cells
into the Conformal Wearable Battery (CWB)
• Developing software modelling & simulation tools for energy use,
storage, harvesting, and sharing of the Dismounted Warfighter
• Benefits of a centralized power source that leverages a power and
data hub
• Developing solutions for recharging in austere environments
Mr José collazo-castillo, Assistant Program Manager, Soldier Tactical
Power, PEO Soldier, uS Army
6.20 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day two
colonel (ret’d) richard hansen , Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
6.30 evening networking drinks reception
hosted by lead Sponsor Black diamond Advanced technology
SPeciAl rAteS AVAilABle For MilitAry And goVernMent rePreSentAtiVeS
Future Soldier Technology
MAin conFerence dAy tWo | 11th MArch 2020 www.futuresoldiertechnology.com
8.30 registration & coffee
8.50 chairman’s opening remarks
colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
oPening hoSt nAtion And Keynote BrieFingS
9.00 discussing the role of technology in generating and Supplementing
Soldier capability in dismounted operations
• The unique requirements of the Royal Marine Commandos soldier
equipment
• Discussing reliance on technology for soldier situational awareness
• Operating in austere environments on dismounted operations
• Bridging the gap between soldier skills and soldier systems
Brigadier Matt Jackson, Brigade Commander, 3 Commando Brigade,
royal Marines
9.40 ensuring Soldier Sustainability in Subarctic theatres
• The limits of technology in extreme conditions
• Sustaining manoeuvre capability in subarctic theatres
• Low technology solutions for modern theatre capabilities
• The way forward for technology in cold-weather conditions
lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed
Forces Subarctic Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces
10.20 Morning coffee
oPtiMiSing integrAted Soldier SySteMS For diSMounted oPerAtionS
10.50 optimising Austrian dismounted Soldier System - Soldier 2022 and
Future Soldier
• System Architecture
• Integration vs. Modularity – Interoperability
• PPE and Radio Systems Adoption and Integration
• Trialling and Testing Systems for Wider Deployment
colonel Johanes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der Zukunft,
Austrian Army
11.30 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor
FocuSing on rAPid AcQuiSition And integrAtion
For Force Agility And AdAPtABility
12.10 Meeting high Priority requirements for Soldier equipment to deliver a
rapid Force Adaptability
• Leveraging innovation from industry to improve soldier capabilities
• Adapting to rapid requirements with agile collaborative efforts
• Managing rapid integration with expeditionary laboratories and
fabrication facilities
Mr Steven A. Sliwa, Deputy Director, rapid equipping Force
12.50 networking lunch
enSuring Soldier SurViVABility With AdVAnced
PPe And conceAlMent cAPABilitieS
1.50 disproving legacy Beliefs, and improvements in combat Protective
equipment
• Research and development in protective equipment for
dismounted soldiers
• Providing solider mobility with increased survivability
• Discussing improvements in soldier survivability systems
Mr Jonathan russell, Principal Scientist Platform Systems, dStl uK Mod
2.30 considerations for Soldier concealment with enhanced c2 equipment
• Discussing the effects of enhanced systems on detectability of
dismounted soldiers
• Addressing the problematic exposure that these systems create
• Leveraging dismounted systems for concealment capability
• Creating novel solutions for camouflage
dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics, Fraunhofer ioSB
3.10 Afternoon tea
oPtiMiSing eQuiPMent For BAttleField PerForMAnce
3.40 the effects of equipment Mass, Bulk and Stiffness on leAP operational
Performance
• LEAP facility vision, development and roadmap to the testing facility
• Examining human factors for soldier mobility
• Developing systems for complex equipment management including
C4I and advanced protection
dr Arend Woering, Innovation and R&D TNO, tno
dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno
eXAMining AdVAnceS in WeAPonS technology
For diSMounted SoldierS
4.20 enhancing the lethality of dismounted Soldiers in the Swiss Armed
Forces
• Future Challenges on the Battlefield
• Weapons projects in Switzerland
• Ammunition projects in Switzerland
• Outlook
dr nicolas Mueller, Director Weapon Systems, Armasuisse, ddPS
Switzerland
5.00 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day three
colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier
Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
Black diamond Advanced technology, llc
Black Diamond Advanced Technology (BDATech) is a Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Chandler, AZ and a
demonstrated leader in the tactical computing and communication systems industry. Our focus is on the Dismounted Operator and
providing them with innovative, trusted technology to ensure mission success. We specialize in creating customized hub systems that
are engineered to withstand any environment and control a variety of missions. Because when it matters most you want something
Built. Tested. Proven.
www.bdatech.com
glenair
Glenair is a global manufacturer of interconnect technology for high-reliability applications. Our lightweight/miniature connectors are
used on a wide variety of platforms from fixed wing and rotor aircraft, to ground vehicles and every class of UAV. Glenair MouseBud
interconnects are designed for direct incorporation into soldier vest personal area networks. Our Series 804 Mighty Mouse tactical
soldier interconnects have become industry standards and are used on more JTAC and DACAS systems than all other miniaturized
connector series combined. Glenair multiport STAR-PAN™ USB hub and power distribution systems are designed for maximum open-
system compatibility incorporating Ethernet and USB data interfaces. GSA compliant USB 2.0. STAR-PAN™ is both Nett warrior and
NATO compatible. The STAR-PAN™ System is capable of smart charging and power distribution utilizing the broad range of current
in-service military batteries, as well as Direct Current (DC) power sources. Newly released STAR-PAN™ Mission-Manager adds on-the-
fly device integration and hardware management to complex C4ISR systems. The STAR-PAN™ product line is an open architecture
system and is compliant with the NATO standard.
www.glenair.com
Marlborough communications
MCL is a leading supplier of advanced electronic communications, information systems and signals intelligence technology to the
defence and security sectors. Utilising an unparalleled and ever-expanding international network of specialist technology providers,
combined with its own bespoke design, engineering and integration skills, to deliver and support a diverse portfolio of C4IS and
ISTAR capabilities that transform its customers’ ability to deliver effective operations. MCL specialist C4IS portfolio includes hearing
protection, communication headsets and radio communication devices. Within this domain MCL hold contracts across UK MOD
including Army, Royal Navy, RAF and Special Forces. MCL has a longstanding partnership with INVISIO from Denmark to supply and
support these contracts.
INVISIO is a global market leader within advanced communication and hearing protection systems. The company develops and sells
advanced systems that enable professionals in noisy and mission critical environments to communicate and work effectively, while
protecting their hearing. INVISIO’s systems give operational advantages and increased security for military and security personnel. They
also contribute to reducing the costs of hearing loss for individuals and society. Product development is based on a good understanding
of the users’ work environment and specific needs. By combining different technologies and skills in acoustics, electronics, mechanics
and hearing, INVISIO creates innovative and customized solutions that replace traditional methods.
www.marlboroughcomms.com
ultrAlynX
The need for improving how we fit technology and increase capability, such as situational awareness, onto the soldier is well understood.
Finding a way to reduce this burden has been the driving force behind UltraLYNX; which provides an open man-worn architecture that
enables the efficient distribution of power and data that is lightweight and scalable. UltraLYNX is a key component in the realisation of
the benefits of any future situational awareness system; Increased operational tempo, improved operational agility and effectiveness
and more efficient force application in a Combined, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational command (CJIIM)
organisational context. The benefits delivered by better situational awareness and more efficient power management will contribute
to reducing the cognitive and physical burden on the soldier. UltraLYNX has intelligent power management, which allows devices
to be supplied from a central power source, typically a Lithium Ion battery. This means that the use of technologies such as wireless
charging extend mission operability. Each port can individually switch power to and from the central power bus, providing the user
with control of the sources and loads that are connected. In addition, each port also provides overload protection as well as real time
monitoring of power consumed. UltraLYNX has a smart hub allowing USB device drivers and message routing to be installed locally.
This means that customisation of the End User Device (EUD) software kernel is no longer required. The EUD operates in device mode
with network connectivity being achieved via reverse USB tethering. UltraLYNX also supports applications where no End User Device is
required such as autonomous sensing or minimal user interaction. UltraLYNX provides the definitive standard for future soldier systems
that provides a truly integrated and open systems solution.
www.ultra-pcs.com
Future Soldier Technology
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SMi Group's Future Soldier Technology 2020 conference

  • 1. Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom SMi group Proudly Presents its 6th Annual… FUTURE SOLDIERFUTURE SOLDIERFUTURE SOLDIER TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY 2020 9th -11th MARCH Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, United Kingdom TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY The World’s Leading Conference Dedicated to Soldier Modernisation www.futuresoldiertechnology.com register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SPeciAl rAteS AVAilABle For MilitAry And goVernMent rePreSentAtiVeS @SMigroupdefence #futuresoldiertech lead Sponsor Sponsored bygold Sponsor regiSter By 29th noVeMBer For A £400 diScount | regiSter By 13th deceMBer For A £200 diScount | regiSter By 31St JAnuAry For A £100 diScount conFerence chAirMAn: colonel (ret’d) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army eXPert MilitAry And technicAl SPeAKerS: Brigadier Matt Jackson, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, royal Marines Mr nick taylor, Soldier, Training and Special Programmes Team Leader DE&S, uK Mod colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier Program Technical Director, Spanish Army colonel Johannes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der Zukunft, Austrian Army lieutenant colonel neil locke, Commander Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head Infantry Section German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed Forces Subarctic Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces Major Jari tillikka, Programme Manager Dismounted Soldier, Finnish Army Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units, Swiss Armed Forces captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme, canadian Army dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, Senior Technical Lead Power, dStl uK Mod Mr Jonathan russell, Principle Scientist Platform Systems, dStl uK Mod dr nicolas Mueller, Head of Weapon Systems Armasuisse, ddPS Switzerland Mr Steven Silwa, Deputy Director Rapid Equipping Force, uS Army Mr Jose collazo-castillo, Assistant Programme Manager Soldier Tactical Power, PEO Soldier, uS Army dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics, Fraunhofer ioSB dr Arend Woering, Programme Manager Soldier Systems Research, tno dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno induStry SPeAKerS include: Mr rick Stone, Senior Business, Black diamond Advanced technology Ms lisa Amling, VP of Product Development, Small Format Connector Systems, glenair inc Mr richard Waldrom, Capture Manager, Soldier Systems, ultra electronics 10th - 11th MArch: Future Soldier technology conFerence returning For 2020 9TH MARCH: diSMounted Soldier SituAtionAl AWAreneSS FocuS dAy lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and Battlespace Management, British Army colonel Francois regis dabas, Head of Infantry Development Directorate, French Army lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head Infantry Section German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, C2 and Digitization Officer, Belgian land component Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme, canadian Army Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director, C5ISR Center, uS Army Mr lars erik olsen, Principle Scientist Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, norwegian Mod eXPert MilitAry And technicAl SPeAKerS:
  • 2. Future Soldier Technology www.futuresoldiertechnology.com Dear Colleague, It is my great pleasure to invite you to join us at the 6th annual Future Soldier Technology conference that will be taking place back in London on the 9th-11th of March 2020. This community meeting serves as the world’s leading forum for dismounted soldier and marine technology. Focused around the key areas of dismounted capability, this conference will allow attendees to gather comprehensive information from technical and military experts. As our adversaries evolve, military capability continues to adapt to meet these new challenges. At the centre of all military capability, the dismounted soldier remains at the core of all operations. It is crucial therefore for nations to equip their soldiers to retain a competitive advantage in an increasingly wide array of missions. Soldier technology development and integration is therefore a critical enabler for future force enhancement. To that end, Future Soldier Technology 2020 presents the most relevant and current information for capability and procurement experts to leverage for their projects. Our host of expert speakers will present their programmes priorities, their challenges and crucially their successes. This will provide all attendees with a host of actionable intelligence to take with them for their projects. This expert conference will offer hours of dedicated networking time providing an unmatched forum for government, military and industry to discuss soldier technology. I urge you to attend this meeting to learn and contribute to the discussion of the future of dismounted soldier systems. I look forward to meeting you. colonel (ret’d) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army this year’s Speakers from Military, Procurement and research for dismounted Soldier Programmes hear the very latest from senior military personnel and decision makers listen to international keynote speakers Meet and network with key military speakers and programme managers regiSter By 29th noVeMBer For A £400 diScount | regiSter By 13th deceMBer For A £200 diScount | regiSter By 31St JAnuAry For A £100 diScount register online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com Brigadier Matt Jackson, Commander 3 Commando Brigade, royal Marines Mr nick taylor, Soldier, Training and Special Programmes Team Leader DE&S, uK Mod colonel Francois regis dabas, Head of Infantry Development Directorate, French Army colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier Program Technical Director, Spanish Army colonel Johannes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der Zukunft, Austrian Army lieutenant colonel neil locke, Commander Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and Battlespace Management, British Army lieutenant colonel christoph Wallner, Deputy Head Infantry Section German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, C2 and Digitization Officer, Belgian land component lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed Forces Subarctic Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces Major Jari tillikka, Programme Manager Dismounted Soldier, Finnish Army Major ricardo e Silva, Capability Development and Force Planning Coordinator, Portuguese Army Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units, Swiss Armed Forces captain Matthew isenor, Director ISSP Programme, canadian Army dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, Senior Technical Lead Power, dStl uK Mod Dr Nicolas Mueller, Head of Weapon Systems Armasuisse, ddPS Switzerland Mr Steven Silwa, Deputy Director Rapid Equipping Force, uS Army Mr Jose collazo-castillo, Assistant Programme Manager Soldier Tactical Power, PEO Soldier, uS Army Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director, C5ISR Center, uS Army Mr lars erik olsen, Principle Scientist Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, norwegian Mod dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics, Fraunhofer ioSB Mr Jonathan russell, Principle Scientist Platform Systems, dStl uK Mod dr Arend Woering, Programme Manager Soldier Systems Research, tno dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno
  • 3. Future Soldier Technology SituAtionAl AWAreneSS FocuS dAy | 9th MArch 2020 register online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com 8.30 registration & coffee 8.50 chairman’s opening remarks colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army oPening hoSt nAtion And Keynote BrieFingS 9.00 research and development into dismounted Situational Awareness • Methods and approach to developing DSA technology for the dismounted soldier • The development of DSA, for a soldier system, within LE Tac CIS • Wider situational awareness and Combat identification for the general user lieutenant colonel toby lyle, SO1 Command and Battlespace Management, British Army 9.30 the French Army’s Approach to driving Soldier lethality and c4i for Superior target Acquisition and Situational Awareness • The operational vision for French forces of dismounted situational awareness • Integrating soldiers with autonomous systems to provide multi- domain situational awareness • Dismounted soldier systems considerations for mission specific adaptability colonel Francois-regis dabas, Director Capability Development, French Army 10.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor 10.30 Morning coffee enhAncing diSMounted SituAtionAl AWAreneSS With netWorKed c4i SySteMS 11.00 Adopting integrated Soldier Systems for Superior Battlespace connectivity • Dismounted – Mounted C4I: Integrating soldiers with platform architecture • Generating common C4I architecture with combat platforms • Discussing the German Army’s approach to adopting more advanced digital personal equipment lieutenant colonel christophe Wallner, Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army 11.30 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor 12.00 exploiting unmanned Systems for dismounted Situational Awareness • Urban Reconnaissance through Supervised Autonomy: Networking Autonomous systems with dismounted soldiers • Discussing behaviour recognition software and applications for dismounted operations • Supervision vs automation as a method of intelligence gathering • Augmenting reality to enable heightened situational awareness • Manned-Unmanned considerations for complex operations Mr gene Klager, Deputy Director CCDC C5ISR Center, uS Army 12.30 networking lunch WorKing With induStry to deliVer cutting edge cAPABilitieS to SoldierS 1.30 Maximising Soldier capabilities Within Short timeframes by leveraging cotS Solutions • Discussing the problems with adopting an integrated solution for soldier systems • Building cost effective and timely solutions for dismounted operations • Pragmatic solutions for data networking • Analysing the challenges for interoperability, scalability and security with COTS solutions for soldier systems lieutenant colonel Jan Vandamme, Head of the Implementation Team Land Simulations, Land Component, Operational Command, Ministry of defence Belgium 2.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor 2.30 Working with industry to deliver enhanced Soldier Sensors and Future Battlespace Management Systems • Discussing the problems with adopting an integrated solution for soldier systems • Building cost effective and timely solutions for dismounted operations • Pragmatic solutions for data networking • Analysing the challenges for interoperability, scalability and security with COTS solutions for soldier systems Major ricardo Jorge Parcelas Araujo e Silva, Capabilities Department, Portuguese Army 3.00 Afternoon tea leVerAging SenSor technology to enhAnce diSMounted SituAtionAl AWAreneSS 3.30 canada’s cyclical Approach to developing the integrated Soldier System • Due to the project’s technical nature and expected lifecycle, a cyclical evolution of the project was established in order to be able to leverage advances in technology when they were/are available • Cycle one consisted of a basic platform and capability including a period of feedback from the field force upon initial operating capacity • Cycle two consists of efforts to integrate other sensors and technology as well as bridge to the Canadian Army’s secret level Land Command Support System (radio net) • Cycle three will consist of further hardware and software upgrades as well as integration of additional sensors and equipment captain Matthew isenor, Project Director - Integrated Soldier System, canadian Army 4.00 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor 4.30 research and development of networked, Mobile dismounted Soldier Systems for the norwegian Armed Forces • Research into manned unmanned networking and unique considerations for ground system mobility • Discussing the evolution and roadmap for Norwegian Soldier C4I • Moving toward a whole of force data and communication network • Leveraging 3D Audio detection for dismounted threat detection Mr lars erik olsen, Principal Scientist Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, norwegian Mod 5.00 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day one colonel (ret’d) richard hansen , Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness Focus day copthorne tara hotel, london, uK Chaired by colonel (ret’d) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army As soldiers continue to be deployed across a variety diverse of theatres, modernising the warfighter’s remains a critical task for all militaries, Today, there is significant importance placed on considering the soldier as a system – integrating wireless communications, digital displays, and an ever-growing number of sensors to gather, disseminate, and exploit growing data sets to maintain information superiority and full-spectrum dominance. In a contested battlefield, blue force tracking, spatial awareness, and effective communication between friendly units remain vitally important, whilst tracking enemy combatants across complex and degraded environments and protecting networks through robust cyber security continue to be key to guaranteeing mission success. In order to achieve greater situational awareness, militaries continue to utilise new equipment and technologies, often at the cutting edge of scientific development – integrating micro-UAVs and robotic autonomous systems into the arsenals of dismounted troops to build an effective operating picture. Ensuring effective all-weather operations through night vision and thermal optics also remain critical for any modern defence force – as the landscapes of warfare continue to evolve. This Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness focus day will provide the perfect setting for technical experts, military end users, and solution providers to share their latest developments within these spheres and build an understanding of how technologies and equipment are being deployed. With key updates from the British Army, Canadian ISSP Programme, and a special focus on Robotics and Autonomous Systems, this meeting remains to be an enlightening and lively forum for our esteemed panel and attendees. toPicS coVered Will include: • communication digitisation • Advanced autonomous software and systems • Working with industry to implement solutions • dismounted unmanned sensor technology
  • 4. Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 Future Soldier Technology MAin conFerence dAy one | 10th MArch 2020 www.futuresoldiertechnology.com 8.30 registration & coffee 8.50 chairman’s opening remarks colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army oPening hoSt nAtion AddreSSeS 9.00 An overview of British dismounted infantry technology Acquisition for Supporting dismounted Soldier operations • Driving capability acquisition in the key areas: Lethality, Mobility, Protection, C4I and Power • Optimising ever increasingly complex and power intensive soldier systems • Leveraging advances in unmanned teaming to improve dismounted awarenss Mr nick taylor ceng FiMeche MAPM rPP, Soldier Training and Special Programmes Team Leader, uK Mod 9.40 the infantry trials and development unit • Unit Overview • Transformation: Sighting systems, Unmanned Ground Vehicles, UAS integration into the force • Manned Unmanned Teaming (MUMT) • AWE 19 • TommyWorks • Conclusion lieutnenant colonel neil (Andy) locke, Commanding Officer Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army 10.20 Speaking Session reserved for Mr rick Stone, Senior Business Development Manager, Black diamond Advanced technology 11.00 Morning coffee Soldier ModerniSAtion And ProgrAMMAtic uPdAteS 11.30 SiScAP - the new model for the SP combatant • Background • Description: main subsystems • Development process. Current state • Field Tests and way ahead colonel Moises Serrano Martinez, Future Combat Soldier Program Technical Director, Mod of Spain 12.10 Speaking Session reserved for glenair 12.50 Future Soldier Systems in combination with unmanned ground Vehicle • Configuration IdZ-ES VJTF 2023 • Operational Use Cases UGV • Requirements UGV lieutenant colonel christophe Wallner, Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Centre, german Army 1.30 networking lunch oPtiMiSing Soldier technology For nighttiMe And SPeciAl oPerAtionS 2.30 dismounted Soldier System Finland - Building night combat capability • Concept of Finnish Dismounted Soldier System • Building Night combat capability through an integrated systems approach • Supplementing night fighting technology with C4I capability • Enabling capability with advanced power solutions Major Jari tiilikka, Program Manager Dismounted Soldier System, Finnish defence Forces 3.10 Sponsor Session reserved for ultra electronics Mr richard Waldrom, Capture Manager, Soldier Systems, ultra electronics 3.50 enhancing the dismounted Soldier capabilities for the Swiss Special Forces command • Overview actual capabilities • Relevant current acquisition projects • Emerging technologies/ capabilities • Where we want to go Major Marco dâmaso, System Portfolio Manager Special Units, Swiss Armed Forces 4.30 Afternoon tea AdVAnceMentS in tActicAl PoWer And PoWer MAnAgeMent SySteMS 5.00 Power Sources and Management for the dismounted Soldier • Trends in dismounted power sources • Challenges • Standardisation opportunities: UK, NATO, others dr darren Browning, NATO LCG DSS / Power Group Chairman, Senior Technical Lead Power, dStl uK Mod 5.40 developing Soldier tactical Power Systems to enhance dismounted Soldier operations • Research, development, and packaging high density power cells into the Conformal Wearable Battery (CWB) • Developing software modelling & simulation tools for energy use, storage, harvesting, and sharing of the Dismounted Warfighter • Benefits of a centralized power source that leverages a power and data hub • Developing solutions for recharging in austere environments Mr José collazo-castillo, Assistant Program Manager, Soldier Tactical Power, PEO Soldier, uS Army 6.20 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day two colonel (ret’d) richard hansen , Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army 6.30 evening networking drinks reception hosted by lead Sponsor Black diamond Advanced technology
  • 5. SPeciAl rAteS AVAilABle For MilitAry And goVernMent rePreSentAtiVeS Future Soldier Technology MAin conFerence dAy tWo | 11th MArch 2020 www.futuresoldiertechnology.com 8.30 registration & coffee 8.50 chairman’s opening remarks colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army oPening hoSt nAtion And Keynote BrieFingS 9.00 discussing the role of technology in generating and Supplementing Soldier capability in dismounted operations • The unique requirements of the Royal Marine Commandos soldier equipment • Discussing reliance on technology for soldier situational awareness • Operating in austere environments on dismounted operations • Bridging the gap between soldier skills and soldier systems Brigadier Matt Jackson, Brigade Commander, 3 Commando Brigade, royal Marines 9.40 ensuring Soldier Sustainability in Subarctic theatres • The limits of technology in extreme conditions • Sustaining manoeuvre capability in subarctic theatres • Low technology solutions for modern theatre capabilities • The way forward for technology in cold-weather conditions lieutenant colonel Morgan gustafsson, Head of Swedish Armed Forces Subarctic Warfare Center, Swedish Armed Forces 10.20 Morning coffee oPtiMiSing integrAted Soldier SySteMS For diSMounted oPerAtionS 10.50 optimising Austrian dismounted Soldier System - Soldier 2022 and Future Soldier • System Architecture • Integration vs. Modularity – Interoperability • PPE and Radio Systems Adoption and Integration • Trialling and Testing Systems for Wider Deployment colonel Johanes Bogner, Head of Project Team, Soldat der Zukunft, Austrian Army 11.30 Speaking Session reserved for Sponsor FocuSing on rAPid AcQuiSition And integrAtion For Force Agility And AdAPtABility 12.10 Meeting high Priority requirements for Soldier equipment to deliver a rapid Force Adaptability • Leveraging innovation from industry to improve soldier capabilities • Adapting to rapid requirements with agile collaborative efforts • Managing rapid integration with expeditionary laboratories and fabrication facilities Mr Steven A. Sliwa, Deputy Director, rapid equipping Force 12.50 networking lunch enSuring Soldier SurViVABility With AdVAnced PPe And conceAlMent cAPABilitieS 1.50 disproving legacy Beliefs, and improvements in combat Protective equipment • Research and development in protective equipment for dismounted soldiers • Providing solider mobility with increased survivability • Discussing improvements in soldier survivability systems Mr Jonathan russell, Principal Scientist Platform Systems, dStl uK Mod 2.30 considerations for Soldier concealment with enhanced c2 equipment • Discussing the effects of enhanced systems on detectability of dismounted soldiers • Addressing the problematic exposure that these systems create • Leveraging dismounted systems for concealment capability • Creating novel solutions for camouflage dr Max Winkelmann, Scientist Signatronics, Fraunhofer ioSB 3.10 Afternoon tea oPtiMiSing eQuiPMent For BAttleField PerForMAnce 3.40 the effects of equipment Mass, Bulk and Stiffness on leAP operational Performance • LEAP facility vision, development and roadmap to the testing facility • Examining human factors for soldier mobility • Developing systems for complex equipment management including C4I and advanced protection dr Arend Woering, Innovation and R&D TNO, tno dr Milène catoire, Exercise Physiologist, tno eXAMining AdVAnceS in WeAPonS technology For diSMounted SoldierS 4.20 enhancing the lethality of dismounted Soldiers in the Swiss Armed Forces • Future Challenges on the Battlefield • Weapons projects in Switzerland • Ammunition projects in Switzerland • Outlook dr nicolas Mueller, Director Weapon Systems, Armasuisse, ddPS Switzerland 5.00 chairman’s closing remarks and close of day three colonel (ret) richard hansen, Former Program Manager, Soldier Warrior, PEO Soldier, uS Army
  • 6. Black diamond Advanced technology, llc Black Diamond Advanced Technology (BDATech) is a Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Chandler, AZ and a demonstrated leader in the tactical computing and communication systems industry. Our focus is on the Dismounted Operator and providing them with innovative, trusted technology to ensure mission success. We specialize in creating customized hub systems that are engineered to withstand any environment and control a variety of missions. Because when it matters most you want something Built. Tested. Proven. www.bdatech.com glenair Glenair is a global manufacturer of interconnect technology for high-reliability applications. Our lightweight/miniature connectors are used on a wide variety of platforms from fixed wing and rotor aircraft, to ground vehicles and every class of UAV. Glenair MouseBud interconnects are designed for direct incorporation into soldier vest personal area networks. Our Series 804 Mighty Mouse tactical soldier interconnects have become industry standards and are used on more JTAC and DACAS systems than all other miniaturized connector series combined. Glenair multiport STAR-PAN™ USB hub and power distribution systems are designed for maximum open- system compatibility incorporating Ethernet and USB data interfaces. GSA compliant USB 2.0. STAR-PAN™ is both Nett warrior and NATO compatible. The STAR-PAN™ System is capable of smart charging and power distribution utilizing the broad range of current in-service military batteries, as well as Direct Current (DC) power sources. Newly released STAR-PAN™ Mission-Manager adds on-the- fly device integration and hardware management to complex C4ISR systems. The STAR-PAN™ product line is an open architecture system and is compliant with the NATO standard. www.glenair.com Marlborough communications MCL is a leading supplier of advanced electronic communications, information systems and signals intelligence technology to the defence and security sectors. Utilising an unparalleled and ever-expanding international network of specialist technology providers, combined with its own bespoke design, engineering and integration skills, to deliver and support a diverse portfolio of C4IS and ISTAR capabilities that transform its customers’ ability to deliver effective operations. MCL specialist C4IS portfolio includes hearing protection, communication headsets and radio communication devices. Within this domain MCL hold contracts across UK MOD including Army, Royal Navy, RAF and Special Forces. MCL has a longstanding partnership with INVISIO from Denmark to supply and support these contracts. INVISIO is a global market leader within advanced communication and hearing protection systems. The company develops and sells advanced systems that enable professionals in noisy and mission critical environments to communicate and work effectively, while protecting their hearing. INVISIO’s systems give operational advantages and increased security for military and security personnel. They also contribute to reducing the costs of hearing loss for individuals and society. Product development is based on a good understanding of the users’ work environment and specific needs. By combining different technologies and skills in acoustics, electronics, mechanics and hearing, INVISIO creates innovative and customized solutions that replace traditional methods. www.marlboroughcomms.com ultrAlynX The need for improving how we fit technology and increase capability, such as situational awareness, onto the soldier is well understood. Finding a way to reduce this burden has been the driving force behind UltraLYNX; which provides an open man-worn architecture that enables the efficient distribution of power and data that is lightweight and scalable. UltraLYNX is a key component in the realisation of the benefits of any future situational awareness system; Increased operational tempo, improved operational agility and effectiveness and more efficient force application in a Combined, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational command (CJIIM) organisational context. The benefits delivered by better situational awareness and more efficient power management will contribute to reducing the cognitive and physical burden on the soldier. UltraLYNX has intelligent power management, which allows devices to be supplied from a central power source, typically a Lithium Ion battery. This means that the use of technologies such as wireless charging extend mission operability. Each port can individually switch power to and from the central power bus, providing the user with control of the sources and loads that are connected. In addition, each port also provides overload protection as well as real time monitoring of power consumed. UltraLYNX has a smart hub allowing USB device drivers and message routing to be installed locally. This means that customisation of the End User Device (EUD) software kernel is no longer required. The EUD operates in device mode with network connectivity being achieved via reverse USB tethering. UltraLYNX also supports applications where no End User Device is required such as autonomous sensing or minimal user interaction. UltraLYNX provides the definitive standard for future soldier systems that provides a truly integrated and open systems solution. www.ultra-pcs.com Future Soldier Technology www.futuresoldiertechnology.com MArKeting oPPortunitieS Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. contact Shannon cargan +44 (0)20 7827 6138 or email scargan@smi-online.co.uk Supported by SPonSorShiP oPPortunitieS SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their business at our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, director on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk leAd SPonSorS: register online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com gold SPonSor: SPonSorS: Key media partner
  • 7. Future Soldier Technology www.futuresoldiertechnology.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 Future Soldier technology FActS And FigureS Future Soldier technology AttendeeS netWorKing drinks reception Attended by over 120 organisations over 9 hours of dedicated networking time 1 Featuring a huge variety of national experts and perspectives, ranging from S&T to the end user 2 This year will examine how key international programmes are trialling and integrating unmanned systems into dismounted operations 3 A focus on rapid acquisition and COTS solutions for dismounted capability • United Kingdom • USA • France • The Netherlands • Norway • Sweden • Israel • Belgium • Canada • Germany • Ireland • Turkey • Finland • Spain • Australia • Czech Republic • Greece • Portugal • Singapore • Taiwan • Austria • Italy • Japan • New Zealand • Poland • Switzerland • Thailand Attended By 27 nAtionS Key inForMAtion “Great conference” “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good range of topics and high quality speakers” “Useful forum to meet relevant people” “Good mix between military and civilian” “Looking forward to next year” Attendee FeedBAcK “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good range of topics and high quality speakers” “Useful forum to meet relevant people” “Good mix between military and civilian” “Looking forward to next year” “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good range of topics and high quality speakers” “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home”“A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home”“A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good range of topics and high quality speakers” “Useful forum to meet relevant people” “Good mix between military and civilian” “Looking forward to next year” “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home”“A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home”“A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good range of topics and high quality speakers” “Useful forum to meet relevant people” “Good mix between military and civilian” “A lot of interesting presentations that support my work back home” “Good mix between military and civilian” • Armament Staff Officer • Business Development Director Europe • C4ISR Marketing Manager • Capability Development and Force Planning • Chief of Staff, Soldier, Training and Special Programmes • Chief System Architect • Chief Technology Officer • Commanding Officer • Director of Business Development • Director of Product Strategy & Development • Dismounted Situational Awareness Technical SME RF and Network • Field Applications Engineer • Future Soldier System Architect • Head of Optical Engineering • Head of Soldier, Training and Special Projects • Head of Strategic Planning & Corporate Development • Market Intelligence Analyst • Principal Scientist C4i • Requirements Manager • Surface Warfare Officer • Technical Lead, Dismounted Survivability
  • 8. Future Soldier Technology 2020 Focus Day: 9th March 2019, Copthorne Tara Hotel Kensington, London, UK Conference: 10th-11th March 2019, Copthorne Tara Hotel Kensington, London, UK 5 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 EMAIL yourbooking to customerservices@smi-online.co.uk Online at www.futuresoldiertechnology.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, Ground Floor, India House, 45 Curlew Street, London SE1 2ND If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk Register by 29th November for a £400 discount Register by 13th December for a £200 discount Register by 31st January for a £100 discount EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT Payment must be made to SMi Group Ltd, and received before the event, by one of the following methods quoting reference D-222 and the delegate’s name. 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