Join 10 key discussion at the Soldier Equipment and Technology Advancement Forum in March

Soldier Equipment and Technology Advancement Forum (SETAF) takes place in London on the 14th to 15th March 2016

Online PR News – 27-November-2015 – London – Join us at the Soldier Equipment and Technology Advancement Forum (SETAF) in London, and get a chance to participate in a series of focused discussion groups run by selected experts on vital subject matter. With no PowerPoint presentations, the SETAF meeting will dedicate the precious time of its participants to in-depth learning, networking and discussions, making it a complementary part of the soldier modernisation communities’ annual training and development programme.

With a recent acceleration in available technology, the capacity for development holds more potential than ever, and the collaboration needed between military and industry remains increasingly important.

KEY DISCUSSIONS IN 2016

1. EVALUATING THE CURRENT AND FUTURE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR THE DISMOUNTED SOLDIER - Mr Patrick Curlier (Sagem), Lieutenant Colonel Rob O'Connor (British Army, UK) and Lieutenant Colonel Andrew McNulty (United States Marine Corps)
2. APPROACHES TO ENHANCING SOLDIER LETHALITY VIA WEAPON SYSTEM UPGRADES AND INCREASED CO-OPERATION WITH SUPPORTING ARMS - Lieutenant Colonel Iain Moodie (British Army) and Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Matthew Dooley, (John H. Northrop and Associates)
3. AN UPDATE ON PLANS FOR DISMOUNTED CLOSE COMBAT MODERNISATION 2025 - Lieutenant Colonel Iain Moodie (British Army)
4. STRIKING THE COMPROMISE BETWEEN PROTECTION AND MOBILITY FOR PROTECTIVE SOLDIER EQUIPMENT - Lieutenant Colonel Rob O'Connor (British Army, UK) and Mr Johnathan Russell (DSTL)
5. EVALUATING THE LATEST NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE TO THE DISMOUNTED SOLDIER - Mr Patrick Curlier (SAGEM/SAFRAN, France) and Squadron Leader Dan Roberts (British Army)
6. EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE ARCHITECTURES FOR DATA DELIVERY AND DISTRIBUTION - Mr Olaf Aul (Rheinmetall Electronics) and Mr John Foley (Thales, UK)
7. POWER SUSTAINMENT: ENSURING EFFICIENCY AND RELIABILITY IN THE FIELD - Dr Darren Browning (DSTL) and Mr Jasper Groenewegen (DNV GL Energy)
8. EVALUATING THE BENEFIT OF COTS OVER INDEPENDENTLY DEVELOPED SOLDIER SYSTEMS - Lieutenant Colonel Rob O'Connor (British Army, UK), Lieutenant Colonel Andrew McNulty (United States Marine Corps), Lieutenant Colonel Iain Moodie (British Army), Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Matthew Dooley (John H. Northrop and Associates) and Colonel (Ret'd) Richard Hansen (US Army)
9. SHOWCASING THE LATEST INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN SOLDIER EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY - Mr Patrick Curlier (SAGEM/SAFRAN, France), Mr John Foley (Thales), Mr Olaf Aul (Rheinmetall Electronics), Mr Richard Cross (BAE Systems)
10. ENHANCING MOBILITY: MATERIAL SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING SOLDIER'S PHYSICAL AND MENTAL BURDEN WHEN DEPLOYED ON OPERATIONS - Major Magnus Hallberg (Swedish Armed Forces), Lieutenant Colonel John Vest (TRADOC, US Army), Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Matthew Dooley (John H. Northrop and Associates) and Colonel (Ret'd) Richard Hansen (US Army)

Download your complimentary copy of the brochure here www.setaf.org/onlineprnews

The 2016 agenda has been put together with great care to ensure the very best opportunities to bench mark and learn from subject matter experts, discussing and explaining the technologies and operational doctrine central to the effectiveness of the dismounted soldier.

After the success of our last conference, SETAF 2016 is guaranteed to sell out once again. To secure your place & save £200, visit www.setaf.org/onlineprnews today.

2nd annual Soldier Equipment and Technology Advancement Forum (SETAF)
14 – 15 March 2016
Contact email: ghippisleycox@smi-online.co.uk
Contact Number: Guy Hippisley Cox +44 20 7827 6197
Event website: www.setaf.org/onlineprnews

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Ina Luft
SMi Group
London
+44 (0) 20 7827 6780