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Future Armoured Vehicles Power Systems
23 September - 24 September 2024
Future Armoured Vehicles Power Systems

As technological innovations continue to advance rapidly, effective power management for future armoured vehicles is more crucial than ever to ensure the operational readiness of armed forces worldwide. Power systems play a pivotal role in various performance aspects of armoured vehicles, encompassing both mechanical and electronic functionalities. Join us at the Future Armoured Vehicles Power Systems event to stay ahead in understanding and addressing these critical considerations that directly impact the capabilities and effectiveness of your armoured vehicle operations.

As the only conference of its kind, Future Armoured Vehicles Power Systems, will provide you with unique briefings on the efforts being made to enhance current armoured vehicle performance, as well as an exploration of the developments and innovations being made in an effort to guarantee the long-term effectiveness of future forces.

Join us to hear the latest insights into vehicle architecture, powertrain considerations and developments, the electrification of future platforms, and the methods being employed that will power the system of systems required for operational excellence.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Colonel Charles Seaberry

Colonel Charles Seaberry

Director, DEVCOM FWD Element-Atlantic, US Army DEVCOM
Colonel William Waugh

Colonel William Waugh

Programme Manager, Armour MBT Programme, British Army Programmes Directorate
Mr Vincent Grizio

Mr Vincent Grizio

PM FOSOV, USSOCOM
Ms Dilek Avci

Ms Dilek Avci

Project Manager for Armoured Vehicles, SSB

Captain Tanner Trapannier

Director of Land Requirements 3-3 LAV UP and TAPV, Canadian Army Headquarters, Canadian Armed Forces
Captain Tanner Trapannier

Colonel Charles Seaberry

Director, DEVCOM FWD Element-Atlantic, US Army DEVCOM
Colonel Charles Seaberry

 COL Seaberry serves as the Director of Army Futures Command International-Atlantic overseeing a globally-reaching organization spanning Europe, Africa, and the Middle East committed to advancing military capabilities and collaborative efforts in research and development. AFC International-Atlantic identifies foreign technology for seamless integration into Army Research and Development centers, ensuring the Army maintains its innovation edge. By aligning Army initiatives with key agencies such as OSD, USAF, and USN, COL Seaberry maximizes investments to enhance future combat capabilities. AFC International-Atlantic actively supports EUCOM, AFRICOM, and USAREUR-AF in shaping strategic S&T engagement plans to fortify the Army's global presence. Serving as the Army's S&T lead to NATO, COL Seaberry champions interoperability and modernization priorities and fostering collaborative R&D partnerships with foreign stakeholders. AFC International-Atlantic remains at the forefront of innovation and international collaboration, contributing significantly to national security.

 

Colonel William Waugh

Programme Manager, Armour MBT Programme, British Army Programmes Directorate
Colonel William Waugh

Corporal Bryan Munce

Pj LURCHER Lead, DE&S
Corporal Bryan Munce

Dr Gary Mepsted

Principal Engineer, QinetiQ
Dr Gary Mepsted

Dr Gerhard Skoff

Vice President & General Manager, AVL List GmbH
Dr Gerhard Skoff

Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Stanciu

631st tank BN CDR, 631st tank BN/ Romania Land Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Stanciu

Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper

Incoming Commanding Officer, Army Trials Unit
Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper

Major Charles Bradford

SO2 Future Force, British Army
Major Charles Bradford

Major James Kelly

Commanding Officer, RETDU
Major James Kelly

Major Joe Williamson

SO2 Current Forces, ATDU
Major Joe Williamson

Major Suhan Ionut

Chief of Armor Directorate, Land Force Staff
Major Suhan Ionut

Mr Bradley Watters

Vice President of International Business Development, GM Defense
Mr Bradley Watters

 Bradley Watters is the vice president of international business for GM Defense LLC. He is responsible for identifying international growth opportunities and for shaping customer and partner requirements that align with the business’ core capabilities.

Prior to joining GM Defense, Watters served as the director for customer requirements & capabilities, Global Customer Accounts for Raytheon Missiles & Defense. In this role, he focused on U.S. Central Command partnerships, including subordinate commands and partner nations. Watters previously managed customer relationships and oversaw growth strategy for Raytheon Emirates in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Earlier in his career, Watters held the role of international program development manager for Naval Air Systems Command. Before transitioning to private industry, Watters served in the U.S. Marine Corps, focused on aviation ordnance for multiple Fighter Attack Squadrons and was medically retired in July of 2001.

Watters is a certified Advanced Global Capture Manager and completed the Leadership Excellence Program at the Center for Creative Leadership. Bradley earned an undergraduate degree in business administration from Florida State College of Jacksonville.

Mr Colin Morgan

Principal Engineer, QinetiQ
Mr Colin Morgan

Mr Elias Lallo

Research Engineer, Swedish Defence Research Agency
Mr Elias Lallo

Mr Jan Gosewinkel

Vehicles & Trials Officer - BOXER Programme Division, OCCAR EA
Mr Jan Gosewinkel

Mr Tarkan Turkcan

Director CV90 Platform, BAE Systems Hagglunds
Mr Tarkan Turkcan

Mr Vincent Grizio

PM FOSOV, USSOCOM
Mr Vincent Grizio

Mr William Suttie

Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Mr William Suttie

Mrs Lorrie Owens

Program Manager, Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM MHTV), US Marine Corps
Mrs Lorrie Owens

Ms Dilek Avci

Project Manager for Armoured Vehicles, SSB
Ms Dilek Avci

Professor Sam Akehurst

Research Director, University of Bath
Professor Sam Akehurst

Senior Representative

, BAE Systems Hagglunds
Senior Representative

WO1 Harmer

RSMI Auto, ATDU
WO1 Harmer

Why you can't afford to miss out:

  • Engage in discussions covering topics crucial to your interests, including current challenges and future plans for enhanced drivetrain performance, power-sensitive system maintenance and addressing the growing prevalence and adoption of HED power systems
     
  • Explore how technological advancements will directly impact your operations, offering drastically enhanced performance for future armoured vehicles. With platform electrification becoming a reality and software developments enabling system management, you'll stay ahead of the curve
     
  • Gain invaluable insights from leading vendors and OEMs, providing you with a deeper understanding of the mechanical and electrical architecture of platforms crucial to your mechanized operations now and in the years to come.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to gain valuable insights and solutions tailored to enhance the performance and effectiveness of your armoured vehicle operations. Join us at the Future Armoured Vehicles Power Systems event and stay ahead of the curve in addressing the critical considerations shaping the future of military mobility.

 

Who should attend? 
All companies, OEMs and government representatives wishing to drive forward the development of armoured vehicle power generation and ensure the next generation of armoured fighting vehicles are as capable as possible.

Build your armoured vehicle network, combining internal and external resources and partners to discover new ways to power the armoured vehicle fleets of national militaries

Wish to share ideas, collaborate, and learn from successes and difficulties in both armoured vehicle development, and power generation and hybrid electric power – fast-changing fields that need interdisciplinary skills & experience to navigate.

Gain insight into the true nature of the major challenges behind armoured vehicle development – away from algorithms and theories, towards data and technical leadership.

Book your place here! See you in September.

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Conference agenda

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8:00

Registration & Coffee

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8:55

Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr William Suttie

Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

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9:00

Power System Development in Challenger 3

Colonel William Waugh

Colonel William Waugh, Programme Manager, Armour MBT Programme, British Army Programmes Directorate

  • Overview of the Challenger 3 Programme
  • Power Systems capabilities of Challenger 3
  • Challenges and Successes of Power System Development
  • Power System and Power Distribution in Challenger 3
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    9:30

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    10:00

    AFC International Collaboration Opportunities To Enhance AFV Development

    Colonel Charles Seaberry, Director, DEVCOM FWD Element-Atlantic, US Army DEVCOM

  • DEVCOM Atlantic: mission and vision
  • Enhancing capability through international partnerships
  • Industry opportunities to collaborate with US Army DEVCOM
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:15

    Session Reserved for Sponsor - Rolls Royce

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    11:45

    Development and tests of a Hybrid Electric Light Armoured Vehicle in the Canadian Army

    Captain Tanner Trapannier

    Captain Tanner Trapannier, Director of Land Requirements 3-3 LAV UP and TAPV, Canadian Army Headquarters, Canadian Armed Forces

  •  Innovation program with the Canadian Government to develop and test a retrofittable parallel hybrid electric drive system into the existing Canadian Light Armoured Vehicle 6.0 (LAV 6.0), currently at a proof-of-concept stage
  • Testing to include controlled vehicle performance at a commercial vehicle testing facility and user and operational testing at a Canadian Forces Base
  • Purpose is to discover the benefi ts and drawbacks of the system and determine if it has a place in the Canadian Army in the Future
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    12:15

    Panel Discussion The Pathway to Adoption for Alternative Power Systems

  • Electric drive as a means of providing an extended expeditionary capability
  • The benefits of silent drive to armoured platform survivability
  • The challenges of reliability and maintenance of vehicles when deployed
  • Mr William Suttie

    Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

    Mr Vincent Grizio

    Mr Vincent Grizio, PM FOSOV, USSOCOM

    Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper

    Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper, Incoming Commanding Officer, Army Trials Unit

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    12:45

    Networking Lunch

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    13:45

    Power Packs in the Multinational BOXER Programme

    Mr Jan Gosewinkel

    Mr Jan Gosewinkel, Vehicles & Trials Officer - BOXER Programme Division, OCCAR EA

  • Powerpacks currently in use
  • Different Configurations of Power Packs
  • Coordination of Different Requirements vs. Commonality Between the User Nations
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    14:15

    Session Reserved for Sponsor - Magtec

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    14:45

    Latest developments in alternative fuels for high power and energy applications, progress and challenges

    Professor Sam Akehurst

    Professor Sam Akehurst, Research Director, University of Bath

  • Challenges with energy density
  • Efficiency and energy of production
  • Challenges with storage
  • Refuelling infrastructure requirements
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    15:15

    Powertrain and energy storage considerations for armoured vehicles

  • Benefits of HED Powertrain solutions
  • E-X-Drive® and In-wheel Hub drive solutions
  • Future technology challenges
  • Industry trends in next generation batteries
  • Needs for standards and test facilities specific to military needs
  • Dr Gary Mepsted

    Dr Gary Mepsted, Principal Engineer, QinetiQ

    Mr Colin Morgan

    Mr Colin Morgan, Principal Engineer, QinetiQ

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    15:45

    Afternoon Tea

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    16:30

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    17:00

    Upgrading and Improving the Power System Capabilities of the Romanian Armoured Fleet

  •  Power System Requirements within the Romanian Army
  • Upgrading Legacy Platforms
  • The TR-85M1 as an example of upgrading vehicles
  • Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Stanciu

    Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Stanciu, 631st tank BN CDR, 631st tank BN/ Romania Land Forces

    Major Suhan Ionut

    Major Suhan Ionut, Chief of Armor Directorate, Land Force Staff

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    17:30

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Mr William Suttie

    Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

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    8:30

    Registration & Coffee

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    8:55

    Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Mr William Suttie

    Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

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    9:00

    Overview of Power Systems Development within the Armed Forces of Türkiye

    Ms Dilek Avci

    Ms Dilek Avci, Project Manager for Armoured Vehicles, SSB

  • Recent Power Systems Developments
  • Current Programmes, observes successes and challenges
  • Intended future developments
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    9:30

    Modernizing the Marine Corps Medium Lift Capability

    Mrs Lorrie Owens

    Mrs Lorrie Owens, Program Manager, Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM MHTV), US Marine Corps

  • Medium Tactical Truck (MTT) requirements
  • Hybridization Challenges/lessons learned
  • MTT Path Forward
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    10:00

    SOF Ground Mobility: Evolving for the Future

    Mr Vincent Grizio

    Mr Vincent Grizio, PM FOSOV, USSOCOM

  •  SOF mobility requirements in the modern theatre
  • FOSOV technology roadmap
  • Current/past projects and demand signals to industry
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:15

    ATDU Briefing – TD6 and Project Lurcher

  •  Introductory Brief
  • Overview of the ATU
  • Overview of TD6 and Project Lurcher
  • Power System Developments and Requirements
  • Successes and Challenges of the Projects
  • Updates since last year
  • Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper

    Lieutenant Colonel Paul Cooper, Incoming Commanding Officer, Army Trials Unit

    Major Joe Williamson

    Major Joe Williamson, SO2 Current Forces, ATDU

    Major Charles Bradford

    Major Charles Bradford, SO2 Future Force, British Army

    Corporal Bryan Munce

    Corporal Bryan Munce, Pj LURCHER Lead, DE&S

    WO1 Harmer

    WO1 Harmer, RSMI Auto, ATDU

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    12:45

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    13:15

    Networking Lunch

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    14:15

    Tactical power – Survivability and Sustainability challenges on the modern battlefield.

    Major James Kelly

    Major James Kelly, Commanding Officer, RETDU

  • The power problem – lessons and observations from 3 years focussed on the problem from a Royal Engineers Trials and Development Unit perspective.
  • Expedient solutions vs mid-long term technological advances.
  • Army development projects – Fitted For Energy Concept.
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    14:45

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    15:15

    Industry Panel Discussion: Current and Future Industry Priorities

    Mr William Suttie

    Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

    Mr Tarkan Turkcan

    Mr Tarkan Turkcan, Director CV90 Platform, BAE Systems Hagglunds

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    15:45

    Afternoon Tea

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    16:30

    Power generation in Modern Infantry Fighting Vehicles: CV90

  •  The importance of power generation on IFVs and smaller platforms
  • Overview of the power systems capabilities of CV90
  • Modernization of Power Systems in the CV90 platform and creating and AFV ready for the future
  • Mr Tarkan Turkcan

    Mr Tarkan Turkcan, Director CV90 Platform, BAE Systems Hagglunds

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, , BAE Systems Hagglunds

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    17:00

    Ensuring battery systems in armoured vehicles are safe and reliable

    Mr Elias Lallo

    Mr Elias Lallo, Research Engineer, Swedish Defence Research Agency

  •  Next generational Battery development – challenges and successes
  • The need for Battery Safety in Armoured Vehicles
  • Areas for development in the next generation of armoured vehicle power
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    17:30

    The Future Of Armoured Vehicle Propulsion Systems – Overmatching Capabilities As Mandatory Requirement For Autonomous Driving

    Dr Gerhard Skoff

    Dr Gerhard Skoff, Vice President & General Manager, AVL List GmbH

  •  Forward-looking terrain recognition
  • Terrain specific propulsion system adjustment
  • Resulting capability increases
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    18:00

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Mr William Suttie

    Mr William Suttie, Technical Authority, UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory


    Director of Land Requirements 3-3 LAV UP and TAPV, Canadian Army Headquarters
    Canadian Armed Forces
    Director, DEVCOM FWD Element-Atlantic
    US Army DEVCOM
    Programme Manager, Armour MBT Programme
    British Army Programmes Directorate
    Pj LURCHER Lead
    DE&S
    Principal Engineer
    QinetiQ
    Vice President & General Manager
    AVL List GmbH
    631st tank BN CDR
    631st tank BN/ Romania Land Forces
    Incoming Commanding Officer
    Army Trials Unit
    SO2 Future Force
    British Army
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    SO2 Current Forces
    ATDU
    Chief of Armor Directorate
    Land Force Staff
    Vice President of International Business Development
    GM Defense
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    Swedish Defence Research Agency
    Vehicles & Trials Officer - BOXER Programme Division
    OCCAR EA
    Director CV90 Platform
    BAE Systems Hagglunds
    PM FOSOV
    USSOCOM
    Technical Authority
    UK Ministry of Defence; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
    Program Manager, Medium and Heavy Tactical Vehicles (PM MHTV)
    US Marine Corps
    Project Manager for Armoured Vehicles
    SSB
    Research Director
    University of Bath
    BAE Systems Hagglunds
    RSMI Auto
    ATDU

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