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Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness
24 April - 25 April 2024
Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness

 

Be a part of the Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness Conference and meet with internationally leading Armoured Vehicles experts.

Collaborate across an unmatched 2-day programme and discover what other nations are prioritising and join the Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness conference.

This unique conference will give you the opportunity to be part of an exclusive group of speakers and attendees sharing their challenges and insights and you will gain value in seeing and hearing from world leading experts in the field.

 

80+ Attendees | 20+ Conference Sessions | 10+ Nations in Attendance | Dedicated Networking Sessions

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Dr Martin Hagström

Dr Martin Hagström

Deputy Research Director, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce

Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce

Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army, Directorate Capability
Major Simon Lukas

Major Simon Lukas

SO2 Lethality, British Army
Mr Richard  Hooper

Mr Richard Hooper

Land Systems Programme Manager, Dstl

Colonel Jamie Hayward

Programme Director, British Army
Colonel Jamie Hayward

Colonel Jeff Jurand

Project Manager XM30 Combat Vehicle , US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Ground Combat Systems (GCS)
Colonel Jeff Jurand

Dr Martin Hagström

Deputy Research Director, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
Dr Martin Hagström

Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce

Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army, Directorate Capability
Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce

Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade

Commander of the Battalion, 1st Mechanised Infantry Battalion, Portuguese Armed Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade

Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade

Commander 1st Mechanised Infantry Battalion, Portuguese Armed Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade

Lieutenant Colonel Peter George

PM M10 Booker, US Army
Lieutenant Colonel Peter George

 Lieutenant Colonel Pete George has spent his career dedicated to combat
vehicles both operationally and as an Army Acquisition Officer. After
Commissioning as an Armor officer in the United States Army, LTC George
was stationed with the 1st Cavalry Division in Fort Hood, Texas. With the 1st
CAV he deployed twice to Iraq; With the 1st CAV he deployed twice to Iraq
as part of Operations Iraqi Freedom II and Operation Iraqi Freedom O6-08
surge. During these deployments he served as a M1A2 SEP Platoon
Leader, and Scout Platoon Leader and Executive Officer on M3A3s and
operated in Baghdad, Baqubah, and Muqdadiya.
After leaving Ft. Hood and completing a Joint assignment in the US
Southern Command area of operations, LTC George took command of the
M1A1 AIM based, Alpha Company, 3rd Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment in
Grafenwoehr, Germany, part of the 172d Separate Infantry Brigade. Alpha
Company, under LTC George, would go on to transition into a light infantry
formation and deploy to Paktika, Afghanistan, as part of Operations
Enduring Freedom 11-12. While there, LTC George took command of the Brigade’s Headquarters and
Headquarters Company. When leading operational units, LTC George lived by the philosophy that if you
always take care of your people and equipment, they will always take care of you.
As an Acquisition Officer, LTC George has worked across the Army portfolio of tracked combat vehicles. As
the Assistant Product Manager for the M109 Paladin/Paladin Integrated Management he was responsible for
mobility, survivability and vehicle electronics through the program's successful completion of Milestone C. He
additionally oversaw the Bradley A4 program as the Assistant Product Manager for Bradley Modernization,
responsible for the vehicle through the program's successful production decision. From there, LTC George
competed a series of assignments in the Pentagon with the Headquarters, Department of the Army. These
assignments included working as the Department of the Army System Coordinator for the Bradley Fighting
Vehicle as well as the Assistant Executive Officer to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics
and Technology). Throughout his time, both operationally and developing world-class equipment for Soldiers,
LTC George has maintained his focus and belief in the power of great teams.
LTC George currently serves as the Product Manager, Booker Combat Vehicle, Future Battle Platforms (FBP),
Program Executive Officer Ground – Ground Combat Systems.
LTC George holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of
Missouri. He has a Master's of Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of
Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the Command and Generals Staff Officer Course in Ft. Leavenworth,
Kansas. He is married to the former Miss Elizabeth Unger. In his free time, he enjoys distance running, scuba
diving, playing very amateur hockey and traveling with Liz and their daughters, Reagan and Riley

Major Joe Williamson

SO2 Current Forces, ATDU
Major Joe Williamson

Major Simon Lukas

SO2 Lethality, British Army
Major Simon Lukas

Mr David Willey

Curator, The Tank Museum
Mr David Willey

Mr Elias Stipidis

CEO, Vetronics Research Centre EU Limited (VRC EU)
Mr Elias  Stipidis

Mr Richard Hooper

Land Systems Programme Manager, Dstl
Mr Richard  Hooper

Mr Ryan A Edwards

Director of Strategy & Requirements, BAE Systems USA
Mr Ryan A Edwards

Mr Siim Saliste

Director of Business Development, Vegvisir
Mr Siim Saliste

Mr Tarkan Turkcan

Director CV90 Platform, BAE Systems Hagglunds
Mr Tarkan Turkcan

Mr Tom Newbery

Lead, Platform Survivability Group, UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
Mr Tom Newbery

Mrs Merve Barlas

Senior Engineer, SSB
Mrs Merve Barlas

This is THE community meeting place dedicated to Armoured Situational Awareness Systems. This event will bring you access to key stakeholders across military, government, and industry to discuss the future of the sector. Enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities with senior leaders in the Armoured Vehicles Community.

National militaries:
• Armoured vehicle operations leaders
• Equipment procurement officers
• Technical experts

Industry:
• Businesses looking to break into the market
• Established players looking to expand their contacts
• Developers and innovators in situational awareness technology

New for 2024

  • Get an emphasis on the relationship between armoured vehicles and their dismounted soldiers, enhancing capabilities and providing protection for them.
  • Get access to key subject leaders from the UK, US, and Europe for discussions focused on the challenges presented by recent operations.
  • Identify and explore the implications for you of the changing landscape of Armoured Vehicle Situational Awareness.
  • Gain vital information about new advancements and emerging trends such as the British Army’s Armoured Cavalry Programme (AJAX), that you won’t get anywhere else.

This conference comes at a vital time as advances in the world of Situational Awareness technology proving to be ever more vital in the war in Ukraine.

As Situational Awareness becomes an increasingly mainstream conversation within the armoured vehicles community and the market becomes increasingly saturated, gaining key insights and views from the experts will give you a fighting edge.

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 NEW Topics:

- Formational and strategic situational awareness
- Autonomous systems to enhance SA Capabilities
- Enhancing legacy vehicles to modern SA Standards

NEW Platforms:

- M10 ‘Booker’
- XM30
- Pizzarro

NEW Organisations:

- Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army
- Spanish MoD
- Turkish MoD

 

Conference agenda

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8:30

Registration & Coffee

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9:25

Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr David Willey

Mr David Willey, Curator, The Tank Museum

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9:30

Situational Awareness and Battlefield Management as the Future of Armoured Warfare

  • The need for strong situational awareness and the capabilities provided by Ajax
  • Situational Awareness as a form of survivability
  • Colonel Jamie Hayward

    Colonel Jamie Hayward, Programme Director, British Army

    Major Simon Lukas

    Major Simon Lukas, SO2 Lethality, British Army

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    10:00

    Survivability through Situational Awareness Maximisation

    Mr Tom Newbery

    Mr Tom Newbery, Lead, Platform Survivability Group, UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)

  •  Situational Awareness as the cornerstone of Protection for armoured vehicles
  • Integrating Situational Awareness and APS Systems for a combined generator of Data
  • Requirements for building up digital and electronic architecture to enable the generation of situational awareness data
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:15

    Creating a future ready force and integrating armour at all levels

    Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce

    Lieutenant Colonel James de St John-Pryce, Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit, British Army, Directorate Capability

  • Avoiding tunnel vision - The importance and viability of composite system systems and situational awareness at all levels
  • The possibilities for platform situational awareness to improve force integration
  • Working to ensure the platform and its dismounted soldier provide mutual support and benefit
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    11:45

    Integrated Close Combat - ensuring the seamless transition from MCC to DCC

    Major Joe Williamson

    Major Joe Williamson, SO2 Current Forces, ATDU

  •  It’s all about the network – integrated close combat communication solution
  • Powering the soldier – developing a soldier platform power interface
  • Know where we are – evolving situational awareness to enhance interoperability and C2
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    12:15

    Networking Lunch

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    13:15

    Multi-Domain Situational Awareness and the Value of Combined Arms Capabilities in the Contested Environment

    Mr Richard  Hooper

    Mr Richard Hooper, Land Systems Programme Manager, Dstl

  • Looking at the development of situational awareness in the modern environment and the current capabilities of Situational Awareness
  • Improving current situational awareness systems and the requirements of the future
  • Maximising Situational Awareness Capabilities with the technology available
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    13:45

    Ensuring Advanced Situational Awareness Capabilities in Türkiye’s First Indigenous Main Battle Tank

    Mrs Merve Barlas

    Mrs Merve Barlas, Senior Engineer, SSB

  •  Situational Awareness capabilities of the MBT
  • Successes and challenges of developing MBT Situational Awareness Systems
  • Future technological directions for next generation main battle tanks
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    14:15

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:00

    Panel Discussion

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    15:30

    Session Reserved for Portuguese Armed Forces

    Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade

    Lieutenant Colonel Jose Andrade, Commander 1st Mechanised Infantry Battalion, Portuguese Armed Forces

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    16:00

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Mr David Willey

    Mr David Willey, Curator, The Tank Museum

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    9:00

    Registration & Coffee

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    9:25

    Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Mr David Willey

    Mr David Willey, Curator, The Tank Museum

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    9:30

    Assessing the Priorities for Future XM30 Capabilities

    Colonel Jeff Jurand

    Colonel Jeff Jurand, Project Manager XM30 Combat Vehicle , US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Ground Combat Systems (GCS)

  •  US Army learning of most important reduced crew automation requirements
  • PM XM30’s strategy: open architecture + org structure + explicit funding = ability to compete best in class capabilities independent of the OEMs
  • Timeline for future competitive opportunities (industry focused)
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    10:00

    Platform as Crewmember: 360SA for Future Armored Formations

    Mr Ryan A Edwards

    Mr Ryan A Edwards, Director of Strategy & Requirements, BAE Systems USA

     • Improving lethality, survivability, and maneuver
    • Architectures for growth & affordability
    • Technical considerations

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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:15

    M10 Booker – Mission and Capabilities

    Lieutenant Colonel Peter George, PM M10 Booker, US Army

  •  M10 Booker Overview – Timeline and Capabilities
  • M10 Booker Situational Awareness Capabilities
  • Role of the M10 Booker – Support to the Infantry Brigade Combat Team
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    11:45

    CV90: Developing Enhanced Situational Awareness with Human Centric Design

    Mr Tarkan Turkcan

    Mr Tarkan Turkcan, Director CV90 Platform, BAE Systems Hagglunds

  • Intended future Situational Awareness capabilities for CV90
  • Development prospects for the CV90 going forwards
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    12:15

    Networking Lunch

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    13:15

    PANEL DISCUSSION

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    13:45

    Situational Awareness Solutions and Challenges of Today and the Day After

    Mr Siim Saliste

    Mr Siim Saliste, Director of Business Development, Vegvisir

  •  Safety of the Armoured Crew and Ergonomics
  • Development of unmanned and optionally manned platforms
  • Command and Control bringing the battlefield together
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    14:15

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:00

    Recent EDF projects and Collaborative Situational Awareness with Manned and Unmanned Systems

    Mr Elias  Stipidis

    Mr Elias Stipidis, CEO, Vetronics Research Centre EU Limited (VRC EU)

  •  The challenges created by the blurring definition of the front line
  • Importance of long-range situational awareness in operational level movements
  • Combining ISTAR and localized situational awareness information
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    15:30

    Situational Awareness from the Human Factor Perspective

    Dr Martin Hagström

    Dr Martin Hagström, Deputy Research Director, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)

  • The need for Human Centric Design and the benefits generated from it
  • Challenges posed by poorly designed and non-human centric systems
  • Aligning through electronic architectures and networks
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    16:00

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Mr David Willey

    Mr David Willey, Curator, The Tank Museum


    Programme Director
    British Army
    Project Manager XM30 Combat Vehicle
    US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Ground Combat Systems (GCS)
    Deputy Research Director
    Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
    Commanding Officer, Armoured Trials and Development Unit
    British Army, Directorate Capability
    Commander of the Battalion, 1st Mechanised Infantry Battalion
    Portuguese Armed Forces
    Commander 1st Mechanised Infantry Battalion
    Portuguese Armed Forces
    PM M10 Booker
    US Army
    SO2 Current Forces
    ATDU
    SO2 Lethality
    British Army
    Curator
    The Tank Museum
    CEO
    Vetronics Research Centre EU Limited (VRC EU)
    Land Systems Programme Manager
    Dstl
    Director of Strategy & Requirements
    BAE Systems USA
    Director of Business Development
    Vegvisir
    Director CV90 Platform
    BAE Systems Hagglunds
    Lead, Platform Survivability Group
    UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
    Senior Engineer
    SSB

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