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23rd January 2020, Twickenham, London
Led and moderated by the Robotics Requirements Branch of U.S. Army Futures Command, the Unmanned Ground Vehicles conference provides a dedicated platform to compliment discussions at International Armoured Vehicles and deep dive into the world of autonomous land systems. This is an important opportunity for both traditional and non-traditional defence industry partners to receive feedback, updates and initial requirements for robotics and autonomous systems efforts from across the alliance.To find out more and see the full agenda, fill out the form on the right >>
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Last year, the 19th edition of the International Armoured Vehicle conference gathered more than 650 armoured vehicles professionals from more than 50 nations, including over 400 military leaders and 250 industry experts to discuss the key challenges surrounding armoured vehicles and to shape the capability of the future. Defence IQ compiled this report, outlining the main highlights from last year’s conference, a breakdown of attendees and an exclusive insight into key presentations that were given by both senior military speakers and industry leaders.
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Chaired by General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE Former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017), the conference included interventions from senior speakers such as General John W Murray, Commanding General, US Army Futures Command and Lieutenant General Shoichi Shibata, Director General of Ground Systems, ATLA, Japan Ministry of Defense. Industry presentations were provided by more than 16 solution providers, including NIMR, Leonardo, Patria, BAE Systems and many more.
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The threat landscape surrounding armoured vehicles is evolving. With emerging technologies come new challenges, and land forces need to adapt accordingly to remain dominant on the 2035 battlefield. Ahead of International Armoured Vehicles 2019, Defence IQ surveyed senior executives and professionals within the armoured vehicle domain, including commercial and military. The results contained in this infographic provide:
The battlespace is increasingly complex and requires land forces to be flexible and have mobility while preserving their lethality, using systems that are more and more digitised.
For the past 17 years, the International Armoured Vehicles has proven itself in the armoured vehicles community by providing the audience with A-list speaker and facilitating the discussion between the industry and the military. This exclusive interview with General David G. Perkins, Commanding General at the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, provides insight into the next generation warfare and its implications on the procurement decisions and assets design for the land forces of tomorrow.
Land power is indispensable to achieve strategic objectives on the ground. The battlefield is changing and new threats and enemies are emerging, creating new procurement requirements and challenges for armed forces and the armoured vehicle community needs to adapt to this evolution. In this exclusive interview from this year's Chairman, Sir General Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017), discover what he thinks of how armoured vehicles fit into the balance of land capabilities, how strategic trends are shaping future requirements and what tools the community has to adapt to a constantly changing battlefield.
In this exclusive article, Major General Engelbrektson, Chief of Staff of the Swedish Army, who will be present at the 2018 International Armoured Vehicles conference, offers us a privileged insight on the five areas Sweden is focusing on in order to remain relevant in an increasing threat context, from acknowledging the source of the threat to cooperating with other nations.