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SAE Media Group are delighted to announce that Future Armoured Vehicles Central & Eastern Europe will return to it's home in Budapest for its 8th year between the 16th and 17th May 2022.

The Future Armoured Vehicles Central and Eastern Europe conference is the premier meeting for armoured vehicle programme managers and military commanders from within the Central and Eastern European region. In response to the ever-increasing digitalisation of the modern battlefield, and the emergence of new near-peer adversaries, there is a continuing requirement for the modernisation of armoured vehicle systems across the region.


 

FAVCEE is continuing to provide a world class event focused on military vehicles based in Europe, assisting with the continued learning and development of armoured vehicle programme managers and practitioners through briefings, panel sessions and focused discussion groups. Unlike other events, we strive to deliver real insight and learning experiences through the expertly selected participants who run our discussions ensuring the latest developments from all parts of the community (industry and military) are covered, in detail.
 

This conference will provide an enormous range of insight from many different nations and bring together many senior leaders from within the Hungarian Armed Forces. Briefings during the two-day conference will examine what these nations are doing to enhance and overhaul their fleets of armoured vehicles, and embrace new technologies.

FAVCEE 2022 Highlights:

  • The 2020 and 2021 Virtual Conferences allowed for live and on-demand content, instant networking and assess to market-leading Industry Sponsor information. However, returning live in 2022 will provide an unparalleled opportunity for networking with peers and colleagues from across the region.
  • Keynote briefings from senior officers from friendly nations from across the Europe and beyond, proving insights into the latest technological and doctrinal developments with a focus on interoperability with NATO partners.
  • A unique focus on the key themes of interoperability, survivability, lethality, mobility, modularity, and situational awareness.
     

71st Mechanized Battalion; Austrian MoD; BAE Systems Hagglunds; Cielo Inertial Solutions Ltd; CMI Defence; Collins Aerospace; Croatian Defence Academy; Czech Armed Forces; Czech MoD; Defense Express Media & Consulting Company LLC; Dept of Defense / Army; Diehl Defence; EnerSys Ltd; European Army Interoperability Centre - Finabel; Faculty of Military Leadership, University of Defence; FMV; General Dynamics; General Dynamics European Land Systems; German Army; GMRE Inc; Hemi S.R.O; Horstman Defence Systems Limited; Hungarian Defence Forces Command; IBD Deisenroth Engineering GmbH; Interlink CS; IRTS; Janes Missiles & Rockets; Kidde-Deugra Brandschutzsysteme GmbH; Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS; Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co. KG; Lockheed Martin U K; Microflown AVISA; MILMAG The Military Magazine; MSI-Defence Systems Ltd; Nammo Raufoss; NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA); Nexter Systems; Northrop Grumman Corporation; OCCAR-EA; Parker Hannifin Ltd.; Parker Hannifin Plc; Patria; Pearson Engineering; Plasan Sasa Ltd.; PRAMACOM-HT; PSM Projekt System & Management GmbH; Rafael; Ray Service S R O; Rheinmetall Landsysteme GmbH; Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles; Slovenian Armed Forces; Soucy Defense Division; Spanish MoD; ST Engineering; Stryker Brigade Combat Team; SVOS Spol s.r.o; The Army of the Czech Republic; U.S. Army ; Ultra; US Army Europe

2D Cavalry Regiment; ARTEC GmbH; Austrian MoD; BAAINBw/MILVA; CMI Defence SA; Danish Armed Forces; Dstl; DTaQ (Defense Agency for Technology and Quality); Estonian Defence Forces; European Army Interoperability Centre - Finabel; Export Support Team; German Army Headquarters; Hensoldt Optronics GmbH; HQ ARRC Sp Division; Hungarian Defence Forces Command; Hungarian Defence Forces Command (HDFC) ; Hungarian Defence Forces Modernization Institute; Hungarian Government; Hungarian Military Logistic Association ; Isdefe; John Cockerill Defense; Lithuanian Armed Forces; Moog Defence; NATO Support and Procurement Agency; NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA); OCCAR-EA; Pearson Engineering Limited; roda Computer GmbH; Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG; SAAB Tactical Electronics AB; Slovenian Army General Staff ; Thinke Company Ltd; U.S. Army; UK Defence & Security Exports;

Conference programme

8:00 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes , President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
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9:15 Prioritising Modernisation for Armoured Vehicles within the Hungarian Land Forces

Colonel Tibor Szabo

Colonel Tibor Szabo, Chief Senior Advisor to the Chief of Transformation, Force Planning Directorate, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
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  • 5 years into the implementation of the Zrinyi Defence and Force Development Program – updates and challenges
  • The ongoing challenges of modernizing legacy armoured vehicles in the Hungarian Armed Forces
  • Working with international partners to deliver modern combat capabilities
     
  • 9:45 Diversifying the Hungarian Defence Forces Armoured Capabilities and the Role of Hungarian Industry

    Dr Dominik Von Wolff Metternich

    Dr Dominik Von Wolff Metternich, Vice President International Sales Central and Eastern Europe, Rheinmetall Hungary Zrt.

  • Promoting the Hungarian Defence Industry amongst regional neighbours and international partners
  • Providing opportunities for interoperability amongst Hungarian and NATO armoured vehicles and wider defence equipment
  • How the Hungarian industry and the Defence Industry Association is supporting the HDF in the modernisation of AFV capabilities
     
  • 10:15 Morning Coffee

    10:45 Technological Superiority as a Force Multiplier for AFV's and MBT's

    Mr Bar Oriol

    Mr Bar Oriol, Marketing and BD at Multi-Domain Warfare Directorate, Land and Naval Division, Rafael

  • Enhancing Survivability, Lethality and maneuverability for outnumbered forces
  • From mission planning to mission execution - the system works for the crew
  • MUM-T, control multiple unmanned systems by one person
  • Reducing cognitive burden and creating situational understanding using AI and Computer Vision
  • Networked Combat and Common Visual Language in asymmetric warfare
  • Operation in GPS denied environment

     

  • 11:25 Czech Armoured Vehicles Concepts to Dominate the Battlespace

    Colonel Zdenek Mikula

    Colonel Zdenek Mikula, Land Forces Development Director, Czech Republic MoD
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  • An update on MBT
  • Czech Armoured Vehicles Concept
  • Future procurement and modernisation strategies for INF-H-BDE
     
  • 11:55 Battlefield Mobility - Ensuring Freedom of Manoeuvre

    Mr Matt Aujla

    Mr Matt Aujla, Business Development Manager, Pearson Engineering Limited
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  • Simple & modular attachments
  • The Scatmin/Fascam threat
  • Engineering capability for non engineers
  • Remote control demining
  • 12:35 Networking Lunch

    13:35 New Concept for Local Production Requirement

    Colonel (Res.) Yonatan Chetboun

    Colonel (Res.) Yonatan Chetboun , International Business Development , Plasan Sasa Ltd.
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  • Plasan is the leader in the design, development and integration of advanced armored protection systems for all types of wheeled and tracked vehicles
  • Being at the forefront of technology on the future battlefield, Plasan focuses on advanced technologies for land maneuvering operations, including unmanned ground vehicles and robotics solutions
  • In recent years the demands for local production in different countries has been growing. International defense companies are required to address this reality. We invite you to meet with Plasan’s new and creative solutions
  • 14:15 Continuing to Develop Slovenian Land Forces Capabilities & The Challenges of Acquisition

    Mr Miha Matek

    Mr Miha Matek, Head of Project Management Section, Armament Division, Slovenian Ministry of Defence
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  • Current Slovenian Land Forces prioritised areas of development for fighting vehicles
  • Progress with acquisition of new platforms and capabilities, including C2 and network enabled technology
  • Update on the procurement of modern AFV platforms: BOXER
     
  • 14:45 An Introduction to Loitering Munition, a Significant Battlefield Game Changer

    Mr Jorge Pinievsky

    Mr Jorge Pinievsky, Director of Marketing, UVision Air Ltd

    15:25 Afternoon Tea

    15:55 Updates on the BOXER Programme and the Work of OCCAR in Developing and Managing the Next Generation of Multi-Role Armoured Platforms

    Mr Stefan Limburg

    Mr Stefan Limburg, Head of Systems Engineering & Technical Section Leader, BOXER Programme, OCCAR
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  • Current state of the BOXER programme
  • OCCAR’s role in supporting acquisition, service support and quality assurance through platforms lifecycle
     
  • 16:25 An Overview of the Role of the NSPA: Collaborative Multi-National Life-Cycle Management

    Mr Robert Elvish

    Mr Robert Elvish, Programme Manager Air & Land Combat Systems, NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
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  • The work of the NSPA in promoting collaborative and multinational acquisition of vehicle platforms
  • Supporting life cycle management and in-service support of new and legacy armoured vehicle platforms
  • Future capability development for NATO forces to maintain their competitive edge: Demilitarization
     
  • 16:55 Chairmans Closing Remarks

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes , President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
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    8:45 Registration & Coffee

    9:15 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes , President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
    View Bio

    9:30 An Operational Perspective of The Modernisation of Hungarian Armed Forces Armoured Vehicle Capability

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz, Commander of 25th Infantry Brigade, Hungarian Defence Forces
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  • The current capabilities of Hungarian Armoured Brigade using modernised Leopard II MBT platforms - updates and challenges
  • An overview on the incoming modernised vehicles and weapon systems enhancing the Brigades capabilities (Leo2A4, Leo2A7, Pzh2000)
  • Integrating new armoured combat vehicles to boost infantry effectiveness
     
  • 10:00 New Approach in Tactical Radars Design to Support Multi-Mission Performance of the Maneuvering Forces

    Mr Oren Coren

    Mr Oren Coren, Director of Business Development & Marketing, Rada Electronic Industries
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  • The Challenges and shape of conflicts today and in the near future
  • Tactical radars , operational requirements
  • How the use of multi-mission tactical Radars improved survivability of the Manoeuvre Force
     
  • 10:40 Morning Coffee

    11:10 The UK’s Armoured Vehicle Development and Support UK Defence can Provide in Developing Armoured Capabilities

    Colonel Thomas Briggs

    Colonel Thomas Briggs, Senior Army Advisor, UK Defence & Security Exports
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  • Building relationships with NATO allied nations in developing the next generation of armoured vehicle capability
  • Overview of the British Army’s armoured vehicle programmes and modernisation, updates and lessons learnt
  • The ongoing requirement for digitalisation and modernisation of armoured vehicle platforms and how the UK can support
     
  • 11:40 Remodelling Estonian Armoured Vehicle Capabilities Through the Enhancement of Current IFV’s and the Development of a Future Platform (Virtual)

    Mr Ivar Janson

    Mr Ivar Janson, Strategic Category Manager for Armoured Vehicles, Estonian Centre for Defence Investments
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  • An overview of the prioritise for the Estonian Centre for Defence Investment in developing vehicle capabilities
  • The CV90 upgrade programme in collaboration with Estonian industry
  • Working with partner nations to develop a future wheeled vehicle platform
     
  • 12:10 The Slovak Republic’s Approach to Armoured and Mechanised Infantry Capability Development

  • Current projects and strategies for modernising the Slovak armoured brigades
  • Procurement plans to develop 8x8 IFVs/APCs and tracked IFV
  • G2G approaches
  • Mr Jozef Zekucia

    Mr Jozef Zekucia, National Armaments Director, Modernisation Department, Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic
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    Colonel Marcel Janiga

    Colonel Marcel Janiga, Director, Material Development Division, Modernization Department, Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic

    12:40 Networking Lunch

    13:40 Panel Debate: Driving Hungarian Armoured Vehicle Modernisation

  • Ensuring close military-industry relations through effective communication and collaboration
  • Developing new technology for armoured vehicle modernisation programmes
  • Best practices for effective procurement
  • Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes , President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
    View Bio

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz, Commander of 25th Infantry Brigade, Hungarian Defence Forces
    View Bio

    Colonel Tibor Szabo

    Colonel Tibor Szabo, Chief Senior Advisor to the Chief of Transformation, Force Planning Directorate, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    View Bio

    14:30 Chairmans Closing Remarks

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes , President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
    View Bio

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    Commander of 25th Infantry Brigade, Hungarian Defence Forces
    Colonel Thomas Briggs

    Colonel Thomas Briggs

    Senior Army Advisor, UK Defence & Security Exports
    Colonel Tibor Szabo

    Colonel Tibor Szabo

    Chief Senior Advisor to the Chief of Transformation, Force Planning Directorate, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Zdenek Mikula

    Colonel Zdenek Mikula

    Land Forces Development Director, Czech Republic MoD
    Mr Attila Zsitnyányi

    Mr Attila Zsitnyányi

    President, Defence Industry Association of Hungary
    Mr Ivar Janson

    Mr Ivar Janson

    Strategic Category Manager for Armoured Vehicles, Estonian Centre for Defence Investments
    Mr Jozef Zekucia

    Mr Jozef Zekucia

    National Armaments Director, Modernisation Department, Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic
    Mr Miha Matek

    Mr Miha Matek

    Head of Project Management Section, Armament Division, Slovenian Ministry of Defence
    Mr Robert Elvish

    Mr Robert Elvish

    Programme Manager Air & Land Combat Systems, NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences

    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    Commander of 25th Infantry Brigade, Hungarian Defence Forces
    Brigadier General Gabor Lorincz

    ASSIGNMENTS:
    1992 - 1993 Platoon Leader (tank platoon), 25th Armor Brigade, Tata
    1993 - 1994 1st Tank Platoon Leader (deputy company commander)
    1994 - 1997 Tank Company Commander
    1997 - 1998 G3 training officer, 25th Mechanized Infantry Brigade Staff, Tata
    1999 – 2001 Assistant G3, Chief Plans, 25th Mechanized Infantry Brigade Staff
    2003 – 2004 Desk officer for Hungarian units deployed to the Balkans (KFOR, SFOR),
    HQ Hungarian Land Forces Command
    2004 – 2007 Deputy Battalion Commander (2IC), 11th Separate Armor Battalion
    2007 - 2009 Training Officer, Afghan National Army Training and Equipment Support, Training Branch, Joint Education and Training, Implementation, Allied Command Transformation (Norfolk, USA)
    2009 - 2011 Training Officer, Counter Improvised Explosive Device integrated Planning Team, Joint Education and Training, Implementation, Allied Command Transformation (Norfolk, USA)
    2011 - 2012 Deputy Commandant (training) NCO Academy, Hungary
    2013 - 2016 Chief Operations Branch, SJ3, Hungarian General Staff
    2016 - 2018 Deputy Director, Operations Directorate (SJ3) Hungarian General Staff
    2018 May - Dec Acting Director, Operations Directorate (SJ3) Hungarian General Staff
    2019 Jan - Commander, 25th Mechanized Infantry Brigade
    MISSION TOURS: Commander, Hungarian Crowd and Riot Control (CRC) Contingent, EUFOR IPU, Sarajevo, BIH (2005)
    Chief Training, DATES ISAF Afghanistan (AUG 2008–MAR 2009)
    Chief CJ 3/5/7, TAAC-N RS, Afghanistan (FEB 2015- SEP 2015)
    PROMOTIONS:
    1992 Lieutenant
    1994 1st Lieutenant (below the zone)
    1997 Captain (below the zone)
    2003 Major
    2008 Lieutenant Colonel
    2012 Colonel
    2019 Brigadier General
    SCHOOLS, COURSES:
    1989 - 1992 Kossuth Lajos Military Academy (Armor Department)
    1996 - 1997 English language course
    1998 Armor Officer Advance Course (Fort Knox, USA)
    2001 – 2002 US Army Command and General Staff College (Ft. Leavenworth, USA)
    2002 – 2003 School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) - Earned degree: Master of Military Arts and Sciences (MMAS) – planner, theater operations
    (Ft. Leavenworth, USA)
    2006 ECDL (European Computer Driving License) course
    2007 NATO Orientation Course (Oberammergau, Germany)
    2008 NATO C-IED Train the Trainer Course (JMRC, Germany)
    2009 C-IED Staff Officer Awareness Course, JWC Stavanger, Norway
    2011 C-IED Attack the Network course, JFTC Bydgoszcz, Poland
    2012-2013 Hungarian National War College
    2018 US OSCE Cyber Strategy Implementetion Course
    PERSONAL DATA:
    Language Proficiency: Advanced Level American English, STANAG 3.3.3.3.
    Computer skills: ECDL Full
    Awards: Officers` Service Cross of 10 Years (1999)
    Officers’ Meritorious Service Medal Bronze Class (2000)
    Officers’ Meritorious Service Medal Silver Class (2005)
    Service Medal for Peacekeeping (BIH) (2005)
    EUFOR ALTHEA Medal (2005)
    Service Medal for Protection Against Flood (2006)
    Italian Secretary of Defense Peacekeeper`s Medal (2009)
    Service Medal for ISAF Mission (2009)
    NATO ISAF medal (2009)
    Officers` Meritorious Service Medal Silver Class (2009)
    Officers` Service Cross of 20 Years (2009)
    NATO Service Medal after 4 years at NATO ACT (2011)
    Officers` Meritorious Service Medal Golden Class (2012)
    Soldier of the Year (General Staff nominee) (2014)
    NATO Resolute Support Mission Medal (2015)
    Service Medal for Fighting against Illegal Mass Migration (2016)
    HUNGARIAN GOLDEN CROSS OF MERIT
    Presidential Award (2016)
    HUN MoI Ministerial Award for Exceptional Service – Golden Class (2017)
    Officers‘ Meritorious Service Medal Laureate Golden Class (2018)
    Officers` Service Cross of 30 Years (2019)
    Order of St. John Kapistran Bronze Class (2021)
    Exceptional Military Service Golden Class (CHoD award) (2021)
    Family info: Married to Krisztina with two sons, Botond 23 yo., Zsombor 17 yo.
    Hobby: Motorcycle Enthusiast (touring chopper), Pumping iron and kettlebells, Travelling, bicycle tours, hiking.
     

    Colonel (Res.) Yonatan Chetboun

    International Business Development , Plasan Sasa Ltd.
    Colonel (Res.) Yonatan Chetboun

    Fmr. Member of the Israeli Parliament (Knesset).
    Vice President of the Knesset.
    Member of Foreign Affairs & Defence Committee.
    Member of the Israeli Delegation to NATO.

    Commander of infantry battalion.
    Recipient of The Chief of Staff’s Citation –Second Lebanon War.

    Colonel Marcel Janiga

    Director, Material Development Division, Modernization Department, Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic
    Colonel Marcel Janiga

    Colonel Thomas Briggs

    Senior Army Advisor, UK Defence & Security Exports
    Colonel Thomas Briggs

    Colonel Tom Briggs was commissioned into the First Royal Tank Regiment in 1990. He saw regimental service in Germany, Canada and Northern Ireland and commanded both a Challenger II (Main Battle Tank) and Joint Nuclear Biological and Chemical Squadron. He was the Second in Command of the First Royal Tank Regiment on operations in Iraq in 2009.
    He attended the Defence Technology MA Course at the Royal Military College Science at Shrivenham and the Advanced Command and Staff Course. His staff appointments have included SO2 Find/Formation Reconnaissance at Headquarters Director Royal Armoured Corps, SO2 Armoured and ISTAR in the Field Training Group (United Kingdom), SO2 J2 Plans and Assessments in Multinational Division (Southeast) Iraq, SO2 G7 Training at Headquarters 1 (United Kingdom) Armoured Division, C-3 Deputy Current Operations Officer Regional Command (Southwest) Afghanistan, SO1 Land Systems on the British Embassy British Defence Staff United States, Chief CJ5 Future Plans in RC(SW) Afghanistan and is now the Senior Army Advisor to UK Defence and Security Exports.

    Colonel Tibor Szabo

    Chief Senior Advisor to the Chief of Transformation, Force Planning Directorate, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Tibor Szabo

    He is a chief senior advisor to the Chief of Transformation of Hungarian Armed Forces.
    He is served the Hungarian Armed Forces in a various position, with over 37 years of service. Worked for almost 20 years for Hungarian missile air defense system from platoon to a commanding post position. Worked for Hungarian ministry of defense as a strategic and senior strategic defense planner. From 2004 until 2008 worked for the NATO HQ as a Deputy Defense Counsellor in Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Hungary to NATO (Brussels). From 2009 until 2011 he was aided to be the Military Assistant to the Chief of Defense of Hungary. From 2011 until 2014 he served as a branch head for the Department for Defense Planning, Strategic Analyst and Assessment Branch, Hungarian Ministry of Defence. From 2014 until 2019 worked for Allied Command Transformation, Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate, Strategic Analysis Branch as a branch head and responsible for the Supreme Allied Commander of Transformation’s (SACT) Long-Term Military Transformation Program. He had a six month assignment to KFOR HQ as the Commander of Camp Novoselo, which is responsible to contribute to a safe and secure environment, support and coordinate the international humanitarian effort and civil presence, support the development of a stable, democratic, multi-ethnic and peaceful Kosovo. From 2019 until he has been working for Hungarian Armed Forces Joint Command as a chief senior advisor
    to the Chief of Transformation.
    His education includes Bachelor’s degree in air defense strategy from ZALKA Mate Military Academy, Budapest (1983). Master’s degree in air defense tactics and operations in ZSUKOV  Military College, Tver, Russia (1991). Master’s degree in air defense operations in ZRÍNYI Miklos Military College, Budapest (1992). Master’s degree in economics and public administration in Budapest CORVINUS University of Economics (1997). He finished a NATO/Partner Operational Staff Officers course (2001), Resource Management Education Programme Course (2002), the Military Training Assistance Programme Course (2003). He had a Foresight Orientation Course in Huston University, Texas in 2017 and finished the NATO Senior Officer Policy Course in 2018.
    He is married and proud father of two and grandfather of three.

    Colonel Zdenek Mikula

    Land Forces Development Director, Czech Republic MoD
    Colonel Zdenek Mikula

    COL Zdenek Mikula, Director of Land Forces Development Department of Force Development Division, MoD

    COL Mikula was born in Trebíc (Czech Republic) the 27th of October 1972. He started studying at the Military High School in Martin (Slovak Republic) in 1987 and graduated in 1991. He continued with his education at the Military University of the Ground Forces in Vyškov (Czech Republic) and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1995 and master’s degree in 2000. He attended Defense Management as a postgraduate at the Military University in Brno from 2002 to 2003. COL Mikula graduated US Army War College in 2018 with degree Master of Strategic Studies.

    COL Mikula started his military service in the 1st Artillery Brigade in 1995 where he held the positons of Platoon Leader, Battery Commander, Chief of Division Fire Support Cell, Chief of G2, Battalion Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander. From 2010 to 2014, COL Mikula was assigned to the 4th Rapid Deployment Brigade where he performed as Chief of G3/G5 and as the 41st Mechanized Battalion Commander. Since 2014, he has held the position as Chief of the Mechanized & Infantry Department of Capabilities Development and Planning Division (General Staff) and from 2018 was assigned as 7th Mechanized Brigade Deputy Commander.
    COL Mikula has been deployed in foreign operations in 2004 and 2006 KFOR - Kosovo, 2007-2008 NATO Training Mission – Iraq and 2011-2012 ISAF – Afghanistan (OMLT Wardak).

     

    Dr Dominik Von Wolff Metternich

    Vice President International Sales Central and Eastern Europe, Rheinmetall Hungary Zrt.
    Dr Dominik Von Wolff Metternich

    Mr Attila Zsitnyányi

    President, Defence Industry Association of Hungary
    Mr Attila Zsitnyányi

    Engineer-economist, president of the Defence Industry Association of Hungary, member of the Technical Advisory Board of the Ministry of Interior, Disaster Management Directorate General, CEO of Gamma Technical Corporation. Over 26 years of experience as an owner, CEO, investor of various companies in the field of defence and security industry. As a member of the Association, he has been participating in creating industry strategies and legislations. As the operative leader of some traditional and influential Hungarian defence industry companies, he acquired experiences in international industrial cooperation as well.

     

    Mr Bar Oriol

    Marketing and BD at Multi-Domain Warfare Directorate, Land and Naval Division, Rafael
    Mr Bar Oriol

    Mr Ivar Janson

    Strategic Category Manager for Armoured Vehicles, Estonian Centre for Defence Investments
    Mr Ivar Janson

    Mr Ivar Janson is a Strategic Category Manager for Armoured Vehicles at Estonian Centre of Defence Investment (ECDI). He is responsible for strategic investment activities in the category of armoured vehicles. His tasks include planning the investment budget, management the procurement projects, negotiating and management of the contracts, conducting market research and management of the supply base, technical specifications development and total cost of ownership. The area of responsibility includes all the armoured fleets of Estonian Defence Forces and the life cycle support of those vehicles: K9 SPH, CV9035 IFV, PASI APC, Leopard 1 support tanks. Currently the following major projects are under his management: CV90 support vehicle rebuild programme, K9 modification programme, 4x4 and 6x6 APC acquisition programme. Ivar Janson has graduated Estonian Military Academy as an artillery officer and has served in different positions in Estonian Defence Forces, Estonian Defence League and in the Ministry of Defence. His assignments include duty as Fire Support Team (FST) Cmd in operation ISAF in 2011.

    Mr Jozef Zekucia

    National Armaments Director, Modernisation Department, Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic
    Mr Jozef Zekucia

    Mr. Jozef Zekucia was appointed Director General of the Modernization Department of the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic and National Armaments Director on June 1st 2020. Prior to this appointment, he held the office of the Advisor to the Minister of Defence on the military affairs and modernization.
    He retired from active military service and from the defence command in 2018. He held the position of Strategic Policy Institute Director from 2019 to 2020.
    Between 2015 and 2018 Jozef Zekucia held the Commander position of NATO Force Integration Unit Slovakia.
    After 2010 he has held various positions in the Slovak Armed Forces, especially at the Defence Command level. In addition to this he has served as Deputy Chief Logistic of General Staff in 2014 – 2015 and from 2013 to 2014 he held the Liaison Officer position for Turkish Forces at the UNFICYP Headquarters.
    Between 2005 and 2010 he served as Staff Officer (Logistic, Fuel Operations) within the Allied Land Component Command HQ in Germany, ISAF HQ in Afghanistan (NATO) and General Staff of Slovak Armed Forces.
    Mr. Jozef Zekucia was born in Spišská Nová Ves, Slovakia in 1971. He is married and has three children. Mr. Zekucia graduated from Military Academy in Czech Republic in 1993, he received Master of Military Economic degree (Fuel Provision).
    He started his professional career in Slovak Armed Forces as Fuelling Section Head (1993 – 2002), later Staff Officer Logistic (2003 – 2005).

    Mr Matt Aujla

    Business Development Manager, Pearson Engineering Limited
    Mr Matt Aujla

    Matt Aujla is a Business Development Manager at Pearson Engineering. He is responsible for the development of new business for Counter-Mine, Counter IED and Combat-Earth-Moving solutions throughout the US, Canada, South America, and Europe.
    Following his graduation in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southampton, Matt has previously worked as a Design Engineer, Project Engineer, Programme Manager, Sales Manager and Business Unit Manager in the field of on add-on-armour for military vehicles.
    Since joining Pearson Engineering in 2018, in addition to regional account responsibility, Matt is the Business Development Lead on Research & Development projects, looking at new and innovative ways of increasing survivability for land platforms against above and below-ground threats.

    Mr Miha Matek

    Head of Project Management Section, Armament Division, Slovenian Ministry of Defence
    Mr Miha Matek

    Miha Matek is employed in the Ministry of Defence. He is Head of Armament Project Management Division which is responsible for organization, investment documentation, technical specifications, risk and financial analysis, market researches for acquisition projects. Division is also responsible for the Slovenian defense industry.
    Actively participates in the planning and programming of defense capabilities. He also prepares normative regulation for project management and the contents of investment documentation.
    As Head of Department for Basic Acquisition Programs he was responsible for Defense Procurement and Contracting in Ministry of Defence.
    He was Project Manager for Fighting Vehicles, Special military and logistics vehicles.
    Early in his career he was Advisor for military equipment and logistic. In that time he has gained a lot of experience in technical specifications, criteria and evaluation models, negotiations and also as a contract trustee.
    As a Panel Business Member in Applied Vehicle Technology in NATO Research and Technology Organization he has gained experience and insight in research and development.
    Miha is leading Governmental working group for basic Acquisition programs.
    He attended the SERA - session européenne des responsables d’armement and other international acquisition management courses.
     

    Mr Oren Coren

    Director of Business Development & Marketing, Rada Electronic Industries
    Mr Oren Coren

    Mr. Oren Coren joined working in RADA the last 4.5 years.
    9 years of experience in the defense market.
    A former major at IAF.
    Has BSc. In industrial engineering and Master of Business Administration.

    Mr Robert Elvish

    Programme Manager Air & Land Combat Systems, NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
    Mr Robert Elvish

    Mr Robert Elvish joined NSPA in 2018, after 35 years in the Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
    He served with Canada’s Special Service Forces and later 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group. Staff appointments include HQ 1st Canadian Division, SHAPE and more recently with Current Operations on the IMS at NATO Headquarters. Senior appointments include COS of Canada’s Land Equipment Program and Director of Armament Sustainment overseeing equipment fleets such as the Leopard 2 Main Battle Tank, M777-Lightweight Towed Howitzer, Force Mobility Enhancement and the Tracked Light Armoured Vehicle.
    As a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, Mr Elvish participated in several overseas missions including Cyprus, Somalia, Croatia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Afghanistan. In addition to a BESc (Mech), he has a MA in Defense Management and Policy as well as having studied at the Geneva Center for Security Policy. He is a certified Professional Engineer and a Project Management Professional.
    Mr Elvish resides in Luxembourg with his wife. Two adult children and a dog remain in Canada.
     

    Mr Stefan Limburg

    Head of Systems Engineering & Technical Section Leader, BOXER Programme, OCCAR
    Mr Stefan Limburg

    • 08/2018 – Current OCCAR-EA BONN, BOXER Programme, Head of Systems Engineering & Technical Section Leader;

    • 06/2016 – 08/2018: DE Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In Service Support (BAAINBw), T 4.1 Sub Section Leader - Policy Officer & Advisor for Systems Life Cycle Management;

    • 2013 - 2018: Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and
    In Service Support (BAAINBw), Lead Desk Officer Systems Support Management/Integrated Logistic Support;

    • 2011- 2012: German Army Office, Department V In Service Mgmt, Logistic Staff Officer for In Service Management Policies

    • 2006 – 2011: OCCAR BOXER Programme Division - Logistic Desk Officer BOXER (Development Logistic Concept and initial In Service Support);

    • 2003 - 2006: German Army Office, Department III Procurement, Authorized Representative of the DE Army for GTK BOXER;

    • 2000- 2003: German Army Support Command, Department II, Army ILS-Manager GTK BOXER.

    Foreign missions:
    • 2014 (4 month): ISAF RC North, Liaison Officer BAAINBw for product monitoring, advisor for special product support and redeployment

    International Working Groups:
    • 2013 - 2018: NATO AC/327 WG 1 Systems Life Cycle Management- Programme, Processes; DE authorised representative/speaker; 09/2017 – 08/2018 Chairman NATO AC/327 WG 1

    • 2016 - 2018: EDA/EDSTAR EG 13 Systems Life Cycle Management, DEU authorised representative

    Education:
    Logistic Staff Officer German Army

    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    President & Former Chief of Defence of Hungary, Hungarian Association of Military Sciences
    Professor General (Ret) Zoltán Szenes

    Prof Gen (Ret) Zoltán Szenes, National University of Public Service, President of the Hungarian Association of Military Sciences, former Chief of Defence of Hungary (2003-2005)

    Prof Gen (Ret) Zoltán Szenes holds MSc from the Defence College of Logistics and Transport (Sankt Petersburg, Russia) and the Budapest University of Economic Science (world economics) and PhD (Military Science) from the National Defence University, Budapest. He was also member of Royal College of Defence Studies, London, in 1995. During his active military carrier, he had different staff and command positions in tank regiment, infantry division, Command of the Hungarian Defence Forces and Ministry of Defence of Hungary. He was the Hungarian Military Representative at NATO and WEU in Brussels in 1998-1999. From 1999 – 2002, he served with NATO AFSOUTH as Chief of Logistics Division in Naples (IT). He was Chief of Defence of Hungary between 2003-2005. He teaches Security Studies, NATO Studies, International and Hungarian defence policies at BA, MA, and PhD level at National University of Public Service, Ludovika. Gen Szenes was the Chair of the Committee for the Military Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2008-2014). He was an Adjunct Professor at the Baltic Defence College, Tartu, Estonia from 2007 to 2014. Currently he is a President of the Hungarian Association of Military Science. His publications deal with the Hungarian Defence Policy, NATO, Visegrad Group, and peace support operations. His last edited book titled „NATO Today. The state and tasks of the Alliance (Zrínyi Publishing House, 2021, Budapest)

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    Tucked along the banks of the Danube River, our hotel is near some of Budapest's most treasured landmarks, from the Chain Bridge to Buda Castle. Intuitively designed rooms and suites, all updated in a major renovation, offer scenic views of the river and home-like comforts including high-speed Wi-Fi, deluxe bedding and an ergonomic work-space.

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    We are a long-standing supplier of combat engineering equipment and through life support to Armed Forces throughout the world and we have contributed to significant armoured vehicle programmes including the British Army’s Trojan and Terrier capabilities, as well as to the U.S Army’s Assault Breacher Vehicle. Our products range from heavy-duty mine ploughs for main battle tanks through to nimble, protective Counter-IED rollers for light weight vehicles.

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    Plasan is the leader in the design, development and integration of advanced armored protection systems for all types of wheeled and tracked vehicles. Being at the forefront of technology on the future battlefield, Plasan focuses on advanced technologies for land maneuvering operations, including unmanned ground vehicles and robotics solutions.

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    RADA

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    RADA Electronic Industries, Ltd. (NASDAQ: RADA) is an Israel-based defense technology company, specializing in the development, production, and sales of tactical land radars for force and border protection, and avionics systems (including Inertial Navigation Systems - INS) for fighters and UAVs.

    RADA offers advanced pulse-Doppler, multi-mission, 4D AESA radars for land-based tactical applications such as Active Protection Systems (APS) for combat vehicles, Short-Range Air Defense (SHORAD) solutions for the maneuver force (including Counter-UAS), Counter Rockets/Artillery/Mortars (C-RAM) systems, and more. These software-defined radars introduce hemispheric spatial coverage with an excellent performance-to-price ratio.

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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

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    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.

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    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.

    TYPICAL CPD SCHEMES AND RECORDING OF CPD (CPD points and hours)

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    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SAE Media Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.

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    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

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