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Defence IQ’s Future Artillery conference will be taking place (May 23-25) in association with the Royal Artillery, who celebrate their 300th anniversary this year. As always, it will host many of the world’s major artillery solution providers.
Operation Unified Protector and ISAF’s operations in Afghanistan have highlighted the difficulties faced in fielding C4ISR capabilities and of interoperating within a coalition environment. As artillery operations look set to continue to play a significant role in fut...
At the Future Artillery, a conference hosted by DefenceIQ, Mike Ross, Director of Royal Artillery, outlined the trends and developments in the UK artillery industry. While future artillery remains unclear, there are many opportunities for development and growth in the...
Ahead of its landmark 10th anniversary Future Artillery conference later this month, Defence IQ has published its 2012 Artillery report, looking at current trends within the artillery sector and the likely evolution of the market over the next decade. The report can b...
Read the latest edition of the Artillery Insight Report (2014-2015), covering the most notable developments in global artillery systems, detailing nation-by-nation inventory holdings and requirements, as well an overview of commercial market statistics. This report...
In this eBook we have collated Defence IQ's exclusive interviews, articles and resources ahead of the annual Future Artillery conference in March. The eBook contains analysis on the rocket vs convential artillery debate, exclusive insight from field officers as well a...
A radical change in the future structure of artillery forces is focusing on increased precision and networking with a number of major developments occurring worldwide. View the 2014 report to get an overview of some of the most intriguing national procurement and acqu...
This report offers an indicative examination of the future artillery market over the next ten years. The report is based on a survey of 120 senior executives and professionals within the artillery domain. [inlinead]
This report offers an indicative examination of the future artillery market up to 2023. The report is based on a survey of senior executives and professionals within the artillery domain.
Amid current land conflicts and the potential of future warfare, it is useful to understand how armies are prioritizing their artillery challenges, and where artillery investment should lie. Defence IQ surveyed this community to get a gauge on these issues.
For many years artillery has formed an integral part of combat warfare in situations ranging from small-scale skirmishes to larger conflicts. This is particularly apparent in Asia, where difficult political and social situations have led to warring factions within a...
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