SMi’s 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability conference and Active Protection Systems Focus Day will return to London between the 12th- 14th November 2019!

As the only armoured vehicle conference dedicated to the area of survivability, the 2019 event will gather programme managers, capability directors, and commanders from the military, and senior engineers, chief scientists, and platform managers from leading solution providers to discuss what nations are doing to protect their armoured vehicles and their personnel.

Building on the successes of 2018, SMi will once again host a dedicated pre-conference Active Protection Systems Focus Day on the 12th November 2019, which will provide detailed and exclusive insight into how leading nations are integrating APS into their existing vehicle fleets. Leading technical experts and militaries from the most forward-thinking nations will cover the latest hard/soft kill systems, sensors, data processing, munitions and countermeasures, Architecture service strategies and capability concerns, Technology demonstrations, Systems Testing and Trialling and much more!

On the 13th-14th November 2019, the two-day conference will aim to further address all layers of the survivability spectrum including:

• Armour
• Situational Awareness
• Concealment
• Signature Management
• IED Protection Systems
• CBRN
• Mine Resistance
• Armour material technologies
• Stealth
• Active Protection Systems


Register by:
28th June 2018 to save £300
30th September 2019 to save £100

Secure your attendance at: http://www.favsurvivability.com/epicos

Opening Date:12/11/2019
Closing Date:14/11/2019
Country:United Kingdom
Location:London
Organizer:SMi
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