2019 programmes and requirements map
The mortar systems industry is expected to reach $ 8.7 billion by 2023, as innovations are put forward by industry and updates are being added to the existing capabilities of the Armies and Marine Corps.
Ahead of the Future Mortar Systems Conference, Defence IQ compiled a map outlining ongoing programmes and key requirements in the mortar systems space, from countries that will attend this year’s event.
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Key benefits of downloading the map:
- Know top acquisition and upgrade priorities from countries that will be present at Future Mortar Systems
- Develop business strategies by meeting the right people from countries having active programmes and key requirements at Future Mortar Systems
- Gain insights into investment trends from your peers
Download the map to learn more about the following programmes from countries that will discuss them at Future Mortar Systems, such as:
- Spain – requirement for a new 120mm mounted mortar system in 2020
- United States – procurement of a Future Indirect Fire Turret that is planned to be in use by 2021
- United Kingdom – replacement of the Army’s 60mm mortar from its platoons
- Denmark – introduction of two new systems, the French Nexter Systems CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled (SP) and the General Dynamics European Land Systems MOWAG Piranha 5
- Czech Republic – acquisition of the vehicle-mounted Mjölner. 40 mortar system
These programmes will be discussed at this year’s Future Mortar Systems by a panel of sixteen senior speakers from around the globe, which will be chaired by Chris Foss. Key themes will include the mobility and flexibility of troops when transporting and operating equipment, technological innovations to ensure overmatch in peer adversary war-fighting contexts, the integration of UAVs, effectively combating time-sensitive targets, operational feedback, and command and control systems.
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