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1. 28th - 29th June 2016, Hilton London Kensington, London, United Kingdom Delivering Fire Superiority to the Armoured Vehicle 2016 28th - 29th JUNE BeNeFITS oF…
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  • 1. 28th - 29th June 2016, Hilton London Kensington, London, United Kingdom Delivering Fire Superiority to the Armoured Vehicle 2016 28th - 29th JUNE BeNeFITS oF aTTeNDINg: • The only armoured vehicle conference focusing specifically on the enhancement of platform lethality and combat effectiveness • Key focus on the technology that goes into delivering increased lethality, hear from those developing the next generation of armaments, munitions, fire control and targeting systems • Hear key programme updates from senior military experts, including the UK, France, United States, Canada, NATO and OCCAR • Gain an insight into how the work of leading military researchers shall influence platform lethality The Smi group Proudly Presents... www.FaV-WS.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 BOOK BY 31ST MARCH AND SAVE £400 • BOOK BY 29TH APRIL AND SAVE £300 • BOOK BY 27TH MAY AND SAVE £200 @SmigroupDefence #favws Optimising Armoured Vehicle Programme Management: From the Definition of Requirements to effective Practices for Trials and Development Hosted by: mr Dave Leeming, research Director, ordinance Test Solutions Ltd, UK 12.30-16.45 maKe SUre YoU regISTer For oUr Pre CoNFereNCe WorKSHoP I 27TH JUNe 2016 Future ArmouredFuture ArmouredFuture Armoured VehiclesVehiclesVehiclesWeapons SystemsWeapons SystemsWeapons Systems CoNFereNCe CHaIrmaN: Brigadier Simon Deakin (ret), Former Director for Force Development, British army regIoNaL eXPerT SPeaKerS: Colonel glenn Dean, Program Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, PEO Ground Combat Systems, United States army Colonel márcio Callafange Jr, Chief of the Armoured Vehicles Section, Brazilian army materiel Directorate, Brazil Colonel (ret) mike Smith, TARDEC Science & Technology Advocate to the Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, Tank automotive research engineering Centre (TarDeC), United States army Lieutenant Colonel William Waugh, Commanding Officer, Armoured Fighting Vehicle Gunnery School, British army Lieutenant Colonel Scott mcKenzie, Director Armament Sustainment Program Management, Canadian armed Forces major Xavier Lepiouffe, Technical Manager of GRIFFON & JAGUAR Vehicles for SCORPION Programme, Dga, France Brigadier Ben Barry (ret), Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, Defence and Military Analysis Programme, International Institute for Strategic Studies Dr mike Dalzell, Capability Advisor, Mounted Close Combat, British army mr Florian Wiss, Fire Support Manager, JAGUAR Vehicle, Dga, France mr andreas Zekorn, Programme Manager for BOXER, oCCar mr giorgio Scappaticci, Head of Weapons Systems and Equipment Support, NATO Support and Procurement Agency, NaTo Secretary miha matek, Head of Armament Project Management Division, ministry of Defence, Slovenia mr Dave Leeming, Research Director, ordnance Test Solutions Ltd, UK
  • 2. Drawing on their extensive experience in the test and evaluation domain, Ordinance Test Solutions Ltd shall lead a general forum on the application of trials and evaluation in future armoured vehicle procurement, from development through to acceptance into service. Workshop Leader David was initially a researcher at the UK Defence Academy, becoming a lecturer in ballistics for over 20 years. During that time David was also an advisor to the UK MOD Directorate for Light Weapons Procurement, and sat on UK committees for weapon proof and ammunition procurement, was a member of the UK Future Small Arms Programme, and he represented the UK on various NATO committees. David also supported ballistic research for MOD and commercial development. His support of trials analysis lead to him becoming one of the founders of Ordnance Test Solutions Ltd, which facilitates Trials & Evaluation services to the defence community, notably supporting national and international armoured fighting vehicle, cannon and large calibre weapon programmes. He is the author of computer codes for internal & external ballistics, fragmentation arena trial assessment and lethality, and devised the CPA (critical penetration analysis). His scientific papers in ballistics also include gun proof statistics, detonics and magneto- hydrodynamics. Additionally, David is the inventor of the textile armour now known as Tarian and deployed on UK and Danish armoured vehicles. Programme: 12.30 Registration and Informal Networking 13.00 Workshop Leader’s Opening Remarks 13.15 Session 1: Trials Evaluation in system procurement processes 14.15 Session 2: TE standards in procurement practices to meet future threats and expected capabilities 15.15 Afternoon Tea and Informal Networking 15.45 Session 3: Acceptance test criteria for off-the-shelf sub-system integration 16.45 Workshop Leader’s Closing Remarks Our Unrivalled Military and Industry Line Up: FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLES WEAPONS SYSTEMS 2016: PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 27TH JUNE 2016 Optimising Armoured Vehicle Programme Management: From the Definition of Requirements to Effective Practices for Trials and Development 12.30-16.45, 27th June, Hilton London, Kensington Mr Dave Leeming, Research Director, Ordinance Test Solutions Ltd, UK Future Armoured Vehicles Weapons Systems www.FAV-WS.com Register online at www.FAV-WS.com Brigadier Simon Deakin (ret), Former Director for Force Development, British Army Colonel Glenn Dean, Program Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, PEO Ground Combat Systems, United States Army Colonel Márcio Callafange Jr, Chief of the Armoured Vehicles Section, Brazilian Army Materiel Directorate, Brazil Colonel (ret) Mike Smith, TARDEC Science Technology Advocate to the Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, Tank Automotive Research Engineering Centre (TARDEC), United States Army Colonel William Chlebowski, Field Artillery, MASD, ARCIC, United States Army (subject to final confirmation) Lieutenant Colonel William Waugh, Commanding Officer, Armoured Fighting Vehicle Gunnery School, British Army Lieutenant Colonel Scott McKenzie, Director Armament Sustainment Program Management, Director General Land Equipment Program Management, Canadian Department of National Defence Major Xavier Lepiouffe, Technical Manager of GRIFFON and JAGUAR Vehicles for SCORPION Programme, DGA, France Brigadier Ben Barry (ret), Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, Defence and Military Analysis Programme, International Institute for Strategic Studies Dr Mike Dalzell, Capability Advisor, Mounted Close Combat, British Army HQ Mr Andreas Zekorn, Programme Manager for BOXER, OCCAR Mr Giorgio Scappaticci, Head of Weapons Systems and Equipment Support, NATO Support and Procurement Agency, NATO Secretary Miha Matek, Head of Armament Project Management Division, Ministry of Defence, Slovenia Mr Dave Leeming, Research Director, Ordnance Test Solutions Ltd, UK Dear Colleague, It is with great pleasure that I invite you to participate in Future Armoured Vehicles Weapons Systems, taking place from the 28th to the 29th of June, 2016, London. Building on the success of our recent survivability event, Future Armoured Vehicles now aims to deliberate the key requirements for enhancing armoured vehicle combat effectiveness and lethality. Therefore, the aim of our forthcoming conference is to discuss how best to advance capability in this important area, providing a forum for armoured vehicle operators, weapon systems experts, respected research institutions, and leading industry to meet and consider proactive solutions. Iwouldaskyoutopayparticularattentiontoourconference agenda, which has been put together with great care to ensure the very best opportunities to benchmark and learn from subject matter experts, discussing and explaining the technologies and operational doctrine central to the combat effectiveness of the armoured vehicle. Only by sharing ideas through the medium of networking can we develop and enhance our approach and solutions to military requirements. I urge you to join us in June 2016, alongside an array of likeminded individuals to ensure that you too can benefit from this unique forum. Yours Sincerely, Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army
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Future Armoured Vehicles Weapons Systems Day One 28th June 2016 www.FAV-WS.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 08.30 Registration Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army 09.10 Strategic Requirements and Material Considerations for the Enhancement of Stryker Lethality • The demands of the contemporary operational environment and the need for greater lethality to meet these threats • The vehicles current variants and weapon options, how the integration of a 30mm capability will bridge and fill capability gaps • Considerations for the integration of the weapon system: Dealing with increased platform weight and ensuring space for mechanized infantry is not compromised • Timelines and next steps for system integration Colonel Glenn Dean, Program Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, PEO Ground Combat Systems, United States Army 09.50 Requirements for Future Battlegroup Anti-Armour Lethality • Discussion of historic approach to the attack of armour • Examination of the challenges of future armoured targets (including Active Protection) • Discussion of means to achieve an integrated anti-armour capability in close combat Dr Mike Dalzell, Capability Advisor, Mounted Close Combat, British Army HQ 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Strategic Trends in Armoured Vehicles and the Implications for Firepower • The changing character of land warfare • The role of armoured forces • Trends in AFV employment and capabilities • Trends in AFV protection and firepower Brigadier (ret) Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, Defence and Military Analysis Programme, International Institute for Strategic Studies 11.40 Session reserved for Gold Sponsor 12.20 Potential Options for the Enhancement of Lethality within the Boxer Armoured Vehicle • Boxers current capabilities and the limitations of the remote weapon station • Potential for the integration of the 30mm MK30-2/ABM as a force multiplier • Feedback from the trials and evaluation of the weapon and ammunition • Deliberating the advantages delivered vs challenges associated with its integration (the question of added weight and space challenges) • Future plans for weapon system development Mr Andreas Zekorn, Programme Manager, Boxer, OCCAR 13.00 Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area 14.00 Developing a Comprehensive and Flexible Combat Vehicle Modernisation Strategy: A Focus on Lethality • Current combat vehicle capability and force structure across the fleet • An overview of the key priorities that are driving land systems modernisation • Long term strategies for the modernisation of the army’s key fighting vehicles • Delivering enhanced offensive capability beyond conventional means: The need to re-evaluate traditional sources of lethality • Exploring configurations such as un-manned systems to deliver this next generation of capability • Future plans and timelines Colonel William Chlebowski, Field Artillery, MASD, ARCIC, United States Army (subject to final confirmation) 14.40 Panel Discussion: Operational Requirements for Future Armoured Vehicle Offensive Capabilities • How requirements for counter insurgency and peace keeping missions have shaped weapon system configuration across vehicle fleets • Considering the adapting threats that weapon systems must be prepared to meet, the increased need for anti-armour capability, electronic warfare and counter-UAS • Benefits of greater interoperability in the weapon system and targeting domain, ensuring greater combat effectiveness through joint fires • Current requirements and capability gaps that industry and research must fill Colonel Glenn Dean, Program Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, PEO Ground Combat Systems, United States Army Brigadier (ret) Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, Defence and Military Analysis Programme, International Institute for Strategic Studies Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army Lieutenant Colonel Scott McKenzie, Director Armament Sustainment Program Management, Director General Land Equipment Program Management, Canadian Department of National Defence Dr Mike Dalzell, Capability Advisor, Mounted Close Combat, British Army HQ 15.20 Afternoon Tea in the Exhibition Area 15.50 Doing More with Less – Restoring Armored Combat Vehicle Lethality to the Infantry Brigade Combat Team • Need to enhance the tactical capability of the most strategically deployable ground Maneuver formation • Providing a seamless transition between forced entry and offensive operations • Mobile Protected Firepower – Bringing back tank firepower to Infantry formations • Light Reconnaissance Vehicle – Providing the capability to fight for information Colonel (ret) Mike Smith, TARDEC Science Technology Advocate to the Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, Tank Automotive Research Engineering Centre (TARDEC), United States Army 16.30 Integration of the Guarani Programme into the Brazilian Land Forces: The Fire Support Advantages Delivered • The programmes structure and the strategy supporting its introduction into the Brazilian land forces • The vehicles modular design, allowing for the incorporation of different turrets, weapon stations and sensors • Potential for the development of fire direction and mortar carrier vehicles to deliver greater joint fires and mission support • Progress as to implementation, what are the next steps? Colonel Márcio Callafange Jr, Chief of the Armoured Vehicles Section, Brazilian Army Materiel Directorate, Brazil 17.10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army
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Future Armoured Vehicles Weapons Systems www.FAV-WS.com Day Two 29th June 2016 Register online at www.FAV-WS.com 08.30 Registration Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army 09.10 Fire Support Capabilities of the French Army’s JAGUAR Armoured Vehicle • Presentation of the SCORPION programme and contracts relative to JAGUAR and its armaments - Details on SCORPION programme - The 40mm qualification contract shared between France and UK - The change control contract shared between France and UK • JAGUAR : The new French light cavalry vehicle - Replacement of the French AMX10 RC and Sagaie - The French choice: A 40mm turret with MMP missiles and 7.62 RWS - The advantages of 40mm cased ammunitions for a medium weight vehicle • New capabilities: - Airburst ammunition - Collaborative combat Major Xavier Lepiouffe, Technical Manager, JAGUAR and GRIFFON Vehicles, SCORPION Programme, DGA, France Mr Florian Wiss, Fire Support Manager, JAGUAR Vehicle, DGA, France 09.50 The Role of Canada’s Leopard 2A6 Delivering Vital Fire Support for Ground Operations: An Overview of Capabilities • The evolving Leopard 2 force structure within the Canadian Army • Update on the current Leopard 2 Family of Vehicles Program • Feedback from counter insurgency operations in Afghanistan, the advantages delivered via a highly protected, direct fire capability • The 120 mm gun and ammunition types used • Enhancing target acquisition and range through upgraded sights Lieutenant Colonel Scott McKenzie, Director Armament Sustainment Program Management, Director General Land Equipment Program Management, Canadian Department of National Defence 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 The Armoured Centre’s Approach to Weapon System Training for AFV Crews • Adequately preparing the British Army’s AFV crews for the contemporary operational environment: Strategies and priorities • Training practices for gunnery, deliberating fusion between both live and synthetic exercises • Requirements from industry for the development of user and training friendly systems: Considering the human machine interface (HMI) • Preparation for the integration of new platforms and weapon systems into the British Army’s armoured vehicle fleet Lieutenant Colonel William Waugh, Commanding Officer, Armoured Fighting Vehicle Gunnery School, British Army 11.40 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor 12.20 Acquisition Through Life Cycle Support of Armoured Vehicles Vehicle Mounted Weapon Systems: Key aspects from the NSPA Perspective • Acquisition of Armoured Vehicles: Challenges and Lessons Learned - Considerations and experiences obtained from PRV project, Boxer from Production to In-service challenges, PzH modernisation for Croatia and challenges on the Portuguese Project • Integration of Sensors and Weapons: A Supportability Perspective - Also, from PRV and PzH as examples how we do support systems integrated into vehicles (RWS, Surveillance), problem areas, solutions • Long Term Cooperative Support for Anti-Armour Missiles: Case Studies for new and legacy systems (if time allows) - TOW Support case, how we were able to support it for 40 years from Basic to ITAS - Spike Support: New system with different challenges and support model • Approaches to Missile’s Service Life extension - Different cases in which life extension worked out (TOW, Stinger, Hellfire, Spike). Advices for new missile acquisition Giorgio Scappaticci, Head of Weapons Systems and Equipment Support, NSPA 13.00 Networking Lunch 14.00 An Assessment of the Valuk LAV: Existing Weapon System Capabilities and Potential for Enhancement • Slovenian mechanized force structure and the role of the Valuk within the land forces: What are the Slovenia land forces current priorities? • Current systems configuration 1. Weapon system 2. Sighting system 3. Fire control system • Anti-tank capability and potential for integration of TOW • Future plans for the upgrade of the platforms weapon systems Secretary Miha Matek, Head of Armament Project Management Division, Ministry of Defence, Slovenia 14.40 Considering Ongoing Technological Developments in the Weapon Systems Domain: What this Means for Platform Lethality? • The direction of weapon systems configurations • Considering multi-role armaments to counter multiple threats • Increasing target acquisition and intelligence sharing for enhanced lethality • The next generation of smart and programmable munitions Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army Major Xavier Lepiouffe, Technical Manager, Jaguar and Griffon Vehicles, SCORPION Programme, DGA Giorgio Scappaticci, Head of Weapons Systems and Equipment Support, NSPA Mr Andreas Zekorn, Programme Manager, Boxer, Occar 15.20 Afternoon Tea in the Exhibition Area 15.50 Developing Concepts and Strategies for Future Armoured Vehicle Lethality • How can armies improve the development of future requirements relating to lethality • Incorporating testing and evaluation data into the next generation of land equipment development • Predicting how future conflicts will shape future development of weapons systems • How industry and military could work closer together to develop land forces equipment Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army 16.20 Approaches and Methodologies to Weapons Test and Evaluation • An overview of Ordinance Test Solutions Ltd • Feedback from recent trials and development of the UK’s infantry fighting vehicles • Feedback and lessons learnt from the pre-conference workshop Mr Dave Leeming, Research Director, Ordinance Test Solutions Ltd, UK 17.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Brigadier General (ret) Simon Deakin, Former Director of Force Development, British Army
  • 5. Military • Heads of land systems • Armoured vehicle programme managers • Operational commanders • Land capability and mounted close co
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