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D-100 Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015
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SMi proudly presents...
23RD - 24TH
NOV
2015
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK
LONDON
Maximising Force Protection for Mechanised Personnel
The only Armoured Vehicles Conference Harnessing the Expertise
of both Military and Industry Technical Programme Managers
Leading Military Experts:
Major General Aguiar Santos, Pandur Mechanised Brigade
Commander, Portuguese Army, Portugal
Brigadier General Roberto Soria Martinez,
Head of Land Systems, Spanish Army, Spain
Brigadier Martin Wijnen, Commander of 43 Mechanized
Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army, Netherlands
Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director of Armament
and Procurement, Austrian MoD, Austria
Brigadier Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, IISS, UK
Colonel Egbert Teeuw, Head of Ground Based Weapon
Systems Division, Netherlands Defence Materiel
Organisation, Netherlands
Lieutenant Colonel Henk Ouwehand, Commander of the
45th Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Royal Netherlands
Army, Netherlands
Major Claus Heesakker Johansen, Armoured Vehicles
Study and Development Branch, Danish Army Combat
and Fire Support Centre, Denmark (sfc)
Benefits of attending:
• Cutting edge technology presented by those at
the forefront of industry, including BAE Systems,
General Dynamics Land Systems,
Rheinmetall/KMW and Lockheed Martin UK
• Senior military representation from those leading
procurement in Europe, including Spain,
Portugal, the UK, Denmark and the Netherlands
• Gain an insight into the work of internationally
respected researchers and military programme
managers
Leading Industry Experts:
Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE
Systems Hägglunds, Sweden
Mr Stefan Lischka, Managing Director, ARTEC GMBH,
Krauss Maffei & Rheinmetall, Germany
Mr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed Martin, UK
Mr Gary Hines, Head of Protected Vehicles, Thales,
Australia
Mr Mark Dean, Head of Survivability and Mechanical System
Design, General Dynamics Land Systems, UK
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PLUS AN INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Wednesday 25th November, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK
Countering IED Threats: Understanding the Operational Environment
and Developing Proactive Solutions
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Senior Representatives from
both the Military and Industry
Dear Colleagues,
It is with great pleasure that I invite you to participate in
Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015, taking place
from the 23rd to the 24th of November in London.
As an imperative asset within any land force, the armoured
vehicle is relied upon to provide mobility, fire support and
protection to personnel. However, as the operational
environment has proven time and time again, these assets
have proven vulnerable to an array of threats, such threats
are constantly adapting. It is therefore the aim of our forth
coming conference to meet these challenges head on,
providing a platform for leading armoured vehicle
operators, respected research institutions as well as cutting
edge industry to convene and develop proactive solutions.
I would ask you to pay particular attention to our
conference agenda, which has been put together with
great care to ensure the very best opportunities to bench
mark and learn from subject matter experts, dealing with
the technologies and operational doctrines at the heart of
the armoured vehicle.
Only through learning and networking with our peers can
we enhance and improve our ideas and execution of
military projects. I urge you to join us in November 2015,
alongside an array of likeminded individuals to ensure that
you too can benefit from this unique forum.
Yours Sincerely,
Major General Aguiar Santos,Pandur Mechanised
Brigade Commander, Portuguese Army, Portugal
Brigadier General Roberto Soria Martinez,
Head of Land Systems, Spanish Army, Spain
Brigadier Martin Wijnen, Commander of 43
Mechanized Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army,
Netherlands
Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director of
Armament and Procurement, Austrian MoD, Austria
Brigadier Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare,
IISS, UK
Colonel Egbert Teeuw, Head of Ground Based
Weapon Systems Division, Netherlands Defence
Materiel Organisation, Netherlands
Major Claus Heesakker Johansen, Armoured
Vehicles Study and Development Branch, Danish
Army Combat and Fire Support Centre, Denmark (sfc)
Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles,
BAE Systems Hägglunds, Sweden
Mr Stefan Lischka, Managing Director, ARTEC GMBH,
Krauss Maffei & Rheinmetall, Germany
Mr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed
Martin, UK
Mr Gary Hines, Head of Protected Vehicles, Thales,
Australia
Mr Robert Shaw,
C-IED Advisor, UNMAS, Department of
Peacekeeping Operations, United Nations
Mr Mark Dean, Head of Survivability and Mechanical
System Design, General Dynamics Land Systems, UK
FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLES SURVIVABILITY 2015: POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Countering IED Threats: Understanding the Operational Environment
and Developing Proactive Solutions
Hosted by: Mr Robert Shaw, C-IED Advisor, UNMAS, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, United Nations
9.00 - 12.30
Wednesday 25th November 2015, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London
Regardless of a noticeable drawdown in the direct use of land forces, the
IED still offers a potentially devastating threat to mechanised forces within
many strategically important regions. Led by an international leader in the
field, Countering IED Threats shall seek to draw on a wealth of operational
experience, identifying and understanding the threat as a starting point,
then proactively providing solutions through requirements for material
assets, advanced operational strategies and tactful training solutions.
Allowing ground forces to effectively plan for future operations where
forces may once again be exposed to the debilitating and lethal threat
of IEDs.
Topics covered will include:
• Lessons learned from Iraq and Afghanistan,
understanding the threat as a starting point
• How research and industry can develop
technical solutions through comprehensive
understanding of the threat
• Key areas for investment in the research
and development field
• Future requirements for solution providers
Register online at: www.favsurvivability.com • Alternatively fax y
Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015
Day One | Monday 23rd November 2015
8.15
Day 1 - Conference Registration and Informal Introductions
8.45
Chairman’s Opening Address
9.00
Spanish Survivability Requirements for Its Planned 8x8 IFV
• Operational requirements that have driven procurement
• The capability gaps within the existing BMR 6X6 vehicle
• Survivability requirements for the Spanish Land Forces, how the
BMR's replacement can deliver these
Brigadier General Roberto Soria Martinez, Head of Land Systems,
Spanish Army, Spain
9.30
Promoting Enhanced Force Protection through Interoperability
amongst Defence Forces
• A case study of Dutch and German joint-cooperation within
their respective armoured vehicle fleet
• Survivability and force protection capability gaps, how joint
force cooperation can fill these requirement’s
• Challenges with co-operation in this domain, how these might
be mitigated and a net-centric approach created for future
operations
Brigadier Martin Wijnen, Commander of 43 Mechanized
Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army, Netherlands
10.00
Austria's Approach to Armoured Vehicle Modernisation and
Procurement
• Austria´s view concerning Armoured Vehicles
• A progress report on Austria’s introduction of enhanced
capability within the Pandur I platform
• An overview of these upgrades and how they have
enhanced force protection
• The potential for defence forces to co-operate in this
important area
Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director of Armament and
Procurement, Austrian MoD, Austria
10.30
Morning Coffee and Networking In Exhibition Area
11.00
An Overview of how the Boxer can Offer Interoperable
Survivability for European Land Forces
• BOXER: Representing requirements of 4 nations and managed
via OCCAR
• BOXER’s provision of modularity
• Inviting cooperation in several dimensions: Development,
Procurement, Operation, and Industrial Participation
Mr Stefan Lischka, Managing Director, ARTEC GMBH, Krauss
Maffei & Rheinmetall, Germany
11.30
Morning Keynote Address - Reserved for Sponsor
12.00
Armoured vehicles For 2035: How Industry Is Responding To Ever
Changing Military Requirements In Today’s Complex
Operational Environment
• Assessing the evolution of 21st century conflict and where
industry see the need for a change to the status quo
• Common feedback from military programme managers and
how this translates to future capability shifts
• The latest R&D trends and where industry are investing their
future spend to improve vehicle performance
• Future predictions for the use and design of armoured vehicles
to ensure mission effectiveness
Mr Stefan Lischka, Managing Director, ARTEC GMBH, Krauss
Maffei & Rheinmetall, Germany
Mr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed Martin, UK
Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE
Systems Hägglunds, Sweden
Mr Gary Hines, Head of Protected Vehicles, Thales, Australia
Mr Mark Dean, Head of Survivability and Mechanical System
Design, General Dynamics Land Systems, UK
12.45
Networking Lunch In Exhibition Area
13.45
How Experience from Previous Operations and the Emergence
of New Threats will Shape Armoured Vehicle Doctrines and
Technology
• An overview of lessons learned from counter insurgency operations
• A discussion of threats experienced
• Current advances in IED capability and the proliferation of
advanced anti-armour weapons amongst non-state actors
• How land forces and solution providers can overcome these
challenges
Major General Aguiar Santos, Pandur Mechanised Brigade
Commander, Portuguese Army, Portugal
Brigadier General Norbert Huber, Director of Armament and
Procurement, Austrian MoD, Austria
Brigadier General Roberto Soria Martinez, Head of Land Systems,
Spanish Army, Spain
Brigadier Martin Wijnen, Commander of 43 Mechanized
Brigade, Royal Netherlands Army, Netherlands
Brigadier Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, IISS, UK
14.30
An Overview of ABBS’s Active Mine Protection Systems
• The VGAM system: For the elimination of vehicle global
acceleration
• How ABBS’s Vehicle Active Floor & Seat (VAFS) system can
protect occupants by drastically reducing Floor Shock and
Gross Deformation effects, providing an Active Seat
mechanism
• Drehtainer’s Zero Shock® system and its ability to completely
eliminate the Floor Shock threat
Mr Roger Sloman, Managing Director, Advanced Blast and
Ballistic Systems, UK
15.00
BAE Systems CV90: Increasing Vehicle Survivability through the
Creation of an Agile yet Stable Platform
• A case study of the CV 90 and its cutting edge active
dampening system
• The creation of an intelligent suspension system that allows for
a reduction in vehicle wear, enhanced crew comfort and
accurate mobile fire
• The challenges of integrating this technology
Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE
Systems Hägglunds, Sweden
15.30
Afternoon Tea and Networking In Exhibition Area
16.00
Combining Doctrines and Technology to Overcome Adapting
Threats to Mechanised Personnel
• An overview of the past operational environment, the fluidity
of threats and the need for constant adaptation.
• Strategic lessons learnt from the Iraq and Afghan campaigns
• How ground forces can combine proven doctrines and
technical assets to keep up with adapting threats.
Mr Robert Shaw, C-IED Advisor, UNMAS, Department of
Peacekeeping Operations, United Nations
16.30
The Development of Effective Survivability Solutions:
Balancing the Factors at Play
• Identifying the threat as a starting point for solution
development
• Balancing vehicle assets to create effective compromise
• The challenges faced in achieving compromise, for example,
armour vs mobility
• Novel means of overcoming these challenges
Mr Ian Elegy, Senior Technical Lead-Blast and IED Protection,
Platform Systems Division, DSTL, UK
17.00
Chairman's Closing Remarks
17.15
End of Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability Day One
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Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015
Day Two | Tuesday 24th November 2015
8.15
DAY 2 - Conference Registration and Informal Networking
8.45
Chairman’s Opening Address
9.00
13.30
The 43rd Mechanised Brigades Approach to Force Protection
• An overview of the material assets and strategies utalised to
protect the 43rd Brigade’s mechanized personnel
• An account of operational successes and lesson learnt within
the survivability domain
• Applying these lessons, requirements and planning for future
operations
Lieutenant Colonel Henk Ouwehand, Commander of the 45th
Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Royal Netherlands Army,
Netherlands
14.00
The Lockheed Martin Approach to Developing Advanced
Armour Solutions
• An overview of the key challenges Lockheed is seeking to
overcome
• Ensuring multi-hit protection from both blast and ballistic
threats
• Material solutions at the forefront of cutting edge armour
survivability combining composites, metals and ceramics for a
comprehensive approach to armour development
Mr Bryan Vaughan, Head of Materials, Lockheed Martin, UK
14.30
Afternoon Keynote Address - Reserved for Sponsor
15.00
Afternoon Tea and Networking In Exhibition Area
15.30
The Development of Comprehensive Survivability in the Light
Armoured Vehicle Sector: A Case Study of the Hawkei
• The operational requirements driving the need for protected
yet highly mobile systems
• Means of meeting the challenges associated with balancing
weight and mobility
• How the Hawkei’s armour, mobility and situational awareness
enhance its survivability
Mr Gary Hines, Head of Protected Vehicles, Thales, Australia
16.00
Meeting an Array of Threats through Flexible Protective Solutions
• The value of modularity and adaptability in protection and
survivability
• Implementation of modular and adaptable protection, with
reference to the Generic Vehicle Architecture
• Future means of building on this concept and overcoming
associated challenges
Professor Bryn James, Head of Armoured Protection, DSTL, UK MoD
16.30
The FOI’s Understanding Blast and Ballistic threats to Mechanised
Personnel
• An overview of the current threats that are shaping research
and development
• Means of detection and evasion, locating and evading
concealed threats through assets such as ground searching
technology
• The direct protection of personnel: The latest work in defeating
IED and ballistic threats to armoured vehicles
Mr Martin Hagstrom, Programme Manager, Weapons and
Protection, FOI, Sweden
An Overview of the Portuguese PANDUR II 8x8: Capability and
Requirements
• Survivability aspects of the PANDUR II 8x8
• Operational lessons learnt from Kosovo and Lithuania
• Future plans to enhance the PANDUR II 8x8 protections in the
face of modern threats
Major General Aguiar Santos, Pandur Mechanised Brigade,
Portuguese Army, Portugal
9.30
10.00
Morning Keynote Address - Reserved For Platinum Sponsor
Danish retirement of the M113 Platform and the Emergence of
New Capability
• Existing requirements
• The integration of Denmark’s newly acquired MOWAG Piranha
platforms
• How these platforms can enhance offensive capability and
survivability for Danish land forces
Major Claus Johansen, Director of Study and Development
Division, Danish Army Combat Centre, Denmark
10.30
11.00
Morning Coffee and Networking In Exhibition Area
Present and Future Armoured Vehicle Survivability in the
Netherlands: Including the BOXER, CV90 and Fennek
• An overview of the fleet’s survivability spectrum, from the light
to heavy domain
• Practices for maintaining and enhancing capability
• Future requirements and areas for investment
Colonel Egbert Teeuw, Head of Ground Based Weapons
Systems, Netherlands Defence Materiel Organisation,
Netherlands
11.30
An Overview of Recent Russian Capability Development within
its Armoured Vehicle Fleet
• Past Russian capabilities and doctrines for armoured vehicle
development
• The direction in which the modernisation process is taking
• What these developments mean for the discipline of
armoured vehicle development
• How these developments will affect operational planning and
doctrines
Brigadier Ben Barry, Senior Fellow for Land Warfare, IISS, UK
12.00
Networking Lunch In Exhibition Area
13.00
An Overview of the Scout SV: Modern Survivability Design
• A review of the requirements
• Design considerations
• Testing outcomes
17.00
Chairman's Closing Remarks
17.15
End of Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability Day Two
Mr Mark Dean, Head of Survivability and Mechanical System
Design, General Dynamics Land Systems, UK
Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015
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Audience Profile:
Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability 2015 will cover the whole value
chain of the armoured vehicle protective systems market. The speakers
and invited participants will be carefully selected to bring together those
with active requirements for armoured vehicles and will ensure that as
well as military leaders, the OEMS and prime contractors participate.
We will also make sure that the very latest technology innovators will be
present to share their ground breaking equipment with a captive
audience, all looking to advance their combat vehicle programmes.
Military
• Heads of Land Procurement
• Directors of Capability
Planning
• National Armaments Directors
• Heads of Strategy and
Defence Planning
• Commanders of Land
Systems
Research
• Chief Scientists
• Defence Research Agencies
• Heads of Survivability
• CIED Experts
Industry
• Chief Engineers and Designers
• Technical Directors
• Heads of Materials
• Programme Managers
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are front of mind when your
prospects are putting potential
solution providers on their short list
• Meet and network with active
buyers while there is still a chance
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decision
• Generate new leads through
meeting new prospects from a
variety of new countries and
programmes
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Active Mine Protection Systems (AMPS) for armoured
vehicles, working with three major partners who supply
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Funding has been provided to carry out development
and Proof-of-Concept trials. The systems use fastreaction, very high impulse rocket motors which directly
counteract the mine blast forces to minimise the effects
of the mine blast on the vehicle. The system are at about
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