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  1. 1. 2016 Hilton London Kensington, UK Delivering Information Superiority to the Armoured Vehicle 16th - 17th MARCH CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN: Major General (Ret) Vasileios Raptis, Hellenic Army, Former Assistant Chief of Staff ACOS J6, CIS & Cyber Defence Directorate, SHAPE HQ, NATO SENIOR MILITARY EXPERTS Colonel William Nuckols, Director, Mounted Requirements, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, US Army, United States Colonel Fredrik Stahlberg, Commander of the Skaraborg Regiment, Swedish Army, Sweden Lieutenant Colonel Mark Cornell, Royal Signals, SO1 Requirements Manager, Battlefield and Tactical CIS Delivery Team, ISS, JFC, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Klein Schaarsberg, Head of Training Branch, Land Training Centre, Netherlands Army, Netherlands Lieutenant Colonel Peter Nielsen, Commander, Armoured Division, Danish Army Combat and Fire Support School, Denmark Major Wouter Alexander Samson, Maneuverer Centre of Knowledge, Department of Defence, Royal Dutch Army, Netherlands Major Per Kleiven, CV90 Programme Manager, Norwegian Armed Forces, Norway Mr Henk Van Omme, Project Manager, Joint IT Command Netherlands Defence Material Organization, Netherlands Mr Hans Marrs, AFV Vetronics Project Leader, Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support, Germany Mr Ian Burch, Assistant Head Open Systems, Land Equipment, DE&S, UK INDUSTRY LEADERS Mr Jos Bormans, Head of Product Management and Innovation, Thales, Netherlands Mr Guy Davis, Capability Manager, Vehicle Systems, Optronics, Selex ES, UK Dr Norbert Harle, Vice President, Technology Strategies, Mission Equipment, Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Germany BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: The only conference exclusively focused on armoured vehicle communications, situational awareness and system integration Senior military representation from those leading procurement, including the United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands and Norway Cutting edge technology presented by those at the forefront of industry, including Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Selex ES, General Dynamics and Thales Gain an insight into how the work of leading military researchers shall influence platform situational awareness The SMi Group presents... www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES BOOK BY 30TH NOVEMBER AND SAVE 400 BOOK BY 18TH DECEMBER AND SAVE 200 BOOK BY 29TH JANUARY AND SAVE 100 Accessing Vetronics Architectures for the Creation of a Fully Networked and Interoperable Vehicle Hosted by: Professor Elias Stipidis, Director, Vetronics Research Centre, UK 12.30-16.45 MAKE SURE YOU REGISTER FOR OUR PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP I 15TH MARCH 2016 @SMiGroupDefence #FAVSA2016
  2. 2. Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2016 www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Register online at www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Dear Colleague, It is with great pleasure that I invite you to participate in Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness, taking place from the 16th to the 17th of March in London. As an imperative asset within any land force, the armoured vehicle is relied upon to provide mobility, fire support and protection to personnel. However, increasingly, operational requirements stemming from the 21st centurys Hybrid Warfare environment and Cyber threats dictate that the vehicle must become a greater gatherer and distributor of intelligence throughout the network. Therefore, for such capability to be enhanced, new strategies and technologies for vehicle situational awareness must continue to be explored. Bringing together those at the forefront of vehicle systems, operation and technological development, Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2016 shall provide a platform for programme managers, operational flag officers from military, leading researchers and technical experts from industry, to convene, collaborate and develop solutions in this vital area. With careful consideration to ensure all key stakeholders shall be present, Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2016 will provide the very best opportunities to bench mark and learn from subject matter experts, dealing with the technologies and operational doctrines at the heart of the armoured vehicle. Only through learning and networking with our peers can we enhance and improve our ideas and execution of military projects. I urge you to join us in March 2016, alongside an array of likeminded individuals to ensure that you too can benefit from this unique forum. Yours Sincerely, Major General (Ret) Vasileios Raptis, Hellenic Army, Former Assistant Chief of Staff ACOS J6, CIS & Cyber Defence Directorate, SHAPE HQ, NATO As the next generation of armoured fighting vehicles continue to become increasingly digitalised, infrastructure considerations must continue to be made as the platforms expectations and architecture adapts. Without such considerations, a number of associated risks can arise when integrating multiple sub-systems into the vehicles architecture and conducting through life support. Modular and open vehicle electronics formats architectures offer a solution to the increased demand for fully networked platforms that fully seamlessly integrate weapon systems, sensors, battle management and communications. Drawing on the lessons of the Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA), NATO GVA and the EDA LAVOSAR projects, it is the aim of our workshop to explore the strategies and technology required for success in this important area. Achievement of the Following Advantages though a Comprehensive Understanding of the GVA Cut the cost and associated risk of through life system integration Reduce disruption and timelines for integration due to the flexibility of the system Reduced through life costs from commonality of components and HMI Reduction of human mental burden and training complications due to increased interoperability and simplicity Common vehicle service patterns reducing duplication Workshop Leader Professor Elias Stipidis was awarded a Professorship in Vetronics in 2011 at the University of Brighton, a DPhil in Communications Engineering at the University of Sussex in 1998, and Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) 1st Class Honours Degree in Electronics at the University of Sussex in 1995. He is one of the founders and since 2004 the Director of the VRC and responsible for all the VRC activities. He is a Fellow with the IET and a Chartered Engineer. He is member of the VSI Steering Committee, GVA TWG, MilCAN TWG, and MILVA, and is the Chief Reviewer for the NATO GVA. His expertise are in the areas of research and development of military integrated vetronics architectures with emphasis on: safety critical systems; automotive and x-by-wire systems; electronics systems integration and architectures; verification and validation; data communications, protocols, networks; distributed real time systems; intelligent automated systems; wireless adhoc networking and cluster formation; mobile networks; video distribution (raw and compressed); QoS; embedded digital design; reconfigurable and intelligent control systems; real time distributed software; computer architectures; parallel structures; fault-tolerant techniques; real time reconfigurable processing techniques. PROGRAMME: 12.30 Registration and Informal Networking 13.00 Workshop Leaders Opening Remarks 13.15 An Overview of the GVA and its Continued Development 14.00 Question and Answer Session 14.15 Strategies and Technology for Optimal Implementation of Architectures 14.45 Question and Answer Session 15.00 Coffee and Informal Networking 15.30 Key Barriers and Challenges to Consider During Implementation 16.15 Question and Answer Session 16.30 Workshop Leaders Closing Remarks 16.45 End of Pre Conference Workshop Major General (ret) Vasilios Raptis, Former Assistant Chief of Staff ACOS, J6 for CIS and Cyber Defence, SHAPE, NATO Colonel William Nuckols, Director, Mounted Requirements, Manoeuvre Centre of Excellence, US Army, United States Colonel Fredrik Stahlberg, Commander of the Skaraborg Regiment, Swedish Army, Sweden Lieutenant Colonel Mark Cornell, Royal Signals, SO1 Requirements Manager, Battlefield and Tactical CIS Delivery Team, ISS, JFC, UK MoD Lieutenant Colonel Klein Schaarsberg, Head of Training Branch, Land Training Centre, Netherlands Army, Netherlands Lieutenant Colonel Peter Nielsen, Commander, Armoured Division, Danish Army Combat and Fire Support School, Denmark Major Wouter Alexander Samson, Maneuverer Centre of Knowledge, Department of Defence, Royal Dutch Army, Netherlands Major Per Kleiven, CV90 Programme Manager, Norwegian Armed Forces, Norway Mr Jos Bormans, Head of Product Management and Innovation, Thales, Netherlands Mr Guy Davis, Capability Manager, Vehicle Systems, Optronics, Selex ES, UK Dr Norbert Harle, Vice President, Technology Strategies, Mission Equipment, Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Germany Our Unrivalled Military and Industry Line Up: FUTURE ARMOURED VEHICLES SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 2016: PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Accessing Vetronics Architectures for the Creation of a Fully Networked and Interoperable Vehicle 12.30-16.45, 15th of March, Hilton London Kensington Professor Elias Stipidis, Director, Vetronics Research Centre, UK
  3. 3. Future Armoured Vehicles Situational Awareness 2016 Day One 16th March 2016 www.armouredvehicles-sa.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 8.30 RegistrationCoffee 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks Major General (Ret) Vasileios Raptis, Hellenic Army, Former Assistant Chief of Staff ACOS J6, CISCyber Defence Directorate, SHAPE HQ, NATO OPENING ADDRESS / KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9.15 The Development of Morpheus as an Enhanced means of Battlefield Communication for UK Land Forces Key requirements driving development of Morpheus A

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