The 4th annual Future Solider Technology conference returns to London on the 13th and 14th March 2018.

Future soldier programmes continue to be critically important for dismounted infantry operations around the world. As militaries are expected to operate in diverse environments – from artic to urban landscapes – developing materials, technologies and capabilities that enable soldiers to survive and thrive has become ever more important.

As the only meeting solely dedicated to enhancing soldier modernisation programmes, Future Soldier Technology 2018 will provide a unique opportunity to see how emerging technologies and materials are used to overcome challenges in soldier modernisation programmes, from across the world.

It will explore the key categories for development, such as: survivability, lethality, sustainability, mobility and C4i. Along with human factors and ergonomics (size, weight and power of systems), power requirements and much more.

NEW FOR 2018: A pre-conference Focus Day on Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness on 12th March 2018!

Early bird discounts!
Register by the 30th November to save £400
15th December to save £200
31st January to save £100

Register online at: http://www.futuresoldiertechnology.com/epicos

Opening Date:13/03/2018
Closing Date:14/03/2018
Country:United Kingdom
Location:London
Organizer:SMi
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