25 - 27 February, 2020 | LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

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Download the 2020 Draft Agenda

International Military Helicopter is the only conference that follows the trajectory of the helicopter life cycle, from future platform design, training and current operations, to maintenance and sustainment.The conference will ask what the future helicopter should look l ...

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International Military Helicopter:What to expect [VIDEO]

Once a year, the International Military Helicopter Conference gathers Chiefs of Staff, Commanders, Enginners, Programme Managers and leading industry representatives from across the rotary and broader defence communities to take an in-depth, critical view of the current ...

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2020 Global Military Helicopter Market Report

Defence IQ compiled its update of the annual Global Military Helicopters report, highlighting key requirements and ongoing programmes around the world. Emerging concepts for future vertical lift across the globe are furthering our understanding of how next-generation rotary wing aircraft should be designed, deployed and sustained to meet the demands...

International Military Helicopter 2019 Post Show Report

International Military Helicopter 2019 gathered more than 200 military and industry leaders to provide a global perspective on helicopter operations, current and future. Chaired by Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Kenneth E. Tovo, Former Commander, US Army Special Operations Command, United States Army, the three-day programme covered training, MRO, platform survivability and...

Global Military Helicopters - Market Report 2018-2019

The world’s military helicopter fleets in 2025 look set to be dominated by the Sikorsky S-70, the Boeing Chinook, the Mil Mi-17 HIP, the Airbus PUMA/Super PUMA family and the Boeing AH-64 Apache, together with the NH90s, Leonardo AW101 MERLINS and AW139/149/169/189s.Ahead of the 2019 International Military Helicopter conference, we...

Global Military Helicopters - Holdings Report 2018-2019

Ahead of the 2019 International Military Helicopter conference, we have put together this detailed holdings report offering the most recent data on the rotary aircraft currently being operated or on order across international air forces, armies and navies. 

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Expert Interview: Survivability, emerging threats and autonomous platforms

Survivability in the future battlespace depends on a number of factors and rotary wing operations mush recapitalise and modernise in order to create a full spectrum force which is capable of meeting the demands of a challenging security environment. Defence IQ spoke exclusively to Major Dana Howe, AH-1Z Instructor Pilot,...

Global Military Helicopter Report 2017-2018

Despite budgetary restraints, there is still continuous investment in rotary platforms. The global need for new or upgraded assets is being driven by worldwide environmental and humanitarian crises and increasing threat contexts in various regions.  Ahead of the International Military Helicopter conference, we've compiled a free global report in order...

International Military Helicopter: 2017 Highlights and Post Show Report

At the 16th annual International Military Helicopter conference, which took place in Canary Wharf, London on 31 January – 2 February, over 200 representatives from global military and industry gathered to examine some of the critical challenges influencing army and naval aviation. The event is the global military helicopter community's...

Winning today and preparing for tomorrow: Insight into Military Helicopter Operational and Acquisition Challenges

Rotary wing platforms are confronted with a wide range of physical, environmental and logistical challenges limiting mission success. For the past 17 year, the International Military Helicopter conference has been facilitating the discussion within the community and with the industry. Ahead of this year's summit, Defence IQ had the privilege...

Military Helicopters: International Challenges

The adaptability of the modern military helicopter, its potential for multi-role and multi-mission deployment, and its ability to penetrate the most austere and hostile environments is testament to its enduring value to armies, air forces, navies and special forces, demonstrated by the increasing spending figures in new platforms, modernization of...

Next-Generation Military Helicopters: The Blueprint

As far as rotary-wing aircraft go, there are few assets more desirable to almost any military in the modern world. Owing to their ability to carry out a vast range of missions and the rapidity at which they can be deployed for land, sea or air use, helicopters are key...

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