International Armoured Vehicles: 2019 Post Show Report
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.
Download this report to learn more about the top sessions of the conference, such as:
- The annual Land Force Commanders panel discussion – moderated by General Sir Adrian Bradshaw and with the following participants: Lieutenant General Tim Radford, Commander, Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, NATO; Major General Andrew Rohling, Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Europe; Major General Karl Engelbrektson, Commander, Army of Sweden; Major General Odin Johannessen, Chief, Norwegian Army
- An update on the US Army’s Mobile Protected Firepower Programme by Mr. David Dopp, Program Manager, Mobile Protected Firepower, PEO-GCS, U.S. Army
- A briefing on CV 90 by Dan Lindell, Director of Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Hagglunds
- The underpinnings of the St Engineering offer for the UK FATV Programme by Charles Clee, Consultant, ST Engineering Land Systems
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