As the only event purely dedicated to the area of vehicle protection, Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability aims to deliver a strong focus on the relationship between current requirements, emerging technologies and how these might be leveraged to enhance force protection.

Importantly, a key differentiator this year will be a dedicated pre-conference focus day on Active Protection System covering soft/hard kill active protection in detail. The three-day programme will cover the core areas of survivability in detail, exploring the latest platforms, vehicle architectures, passive/active protection, mobility, counter-IED, EW, un-manned/autonomous solutions, signature management and much more!

What’s new for 2017:

• National capability development updates from the British Army, DSTL, US Army, German Army, US Marine Corps and many more
• A key focus on the technology that goes into providing enhanced protection. Hear from industry leaders, including ARTEC, IMI Systems, KMW and Lockheed Martin,
• A pre-conference focus day exploring the development and integration of hard/soft kill active protection systems (APS)

Contact e-mail: tchung@smi-online.co.uk

HOW TO REGISTER:

Early bird offers and special military rates available. Register online at http://www.favsurvivability.com/epicos

Opening Date:14/11/2017
Closing Date:16/11/2017
Country:United Kingdom
Location:London
Organizer:SMi
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