Delegates Receiving Detailed Focus Session Briefings
Attend all 4 days at Soldier Technology to forecast ahead and benchmark your orgranisation by registering for the 2 focus days along with the main conference. They are split in to 4 focus sessions across two days.
You will be better positioned for growth by receiving valuable new information about soldier equipment procurement plans in NATO markets and the 4 core challenges facing leaders of national soldier modernisation programmes today (click on the links below for the agenda):
Soldier Lethality and Situational Awareness Day
Monday, May 21st, 2012
Soldier Power and Reducing the Burden Day
Thursday, May 24th, 2012
- Soldier worn power in the UK, Australia, Netherlands, US and more on May 24th from 0830 – 1330 at the Soldier Power Session – soldier power is a top priority for MoDs so they are ready to accelerate towards a solution, find out what this will be in key NATO and commonwealth countries
- Load carriage in the UK, US and Australia on May 24th from 1400 – 1800 at the Reducing the Burden Session – reducing equipment and system weight is at the top of the list for soldier system integrators, find out how new solutions will impact future equipment procurement
Each session will feature 6 government speakers spending 5 hours meeting and informing and audience of 120 international soldier modernisers about their needs and requirements. By attending you will gain the best understnading available of the 4 core challenges facing leaders of national soldier modernisation programmes today.
Missing even one of these sessions could reduce your understandingof what end users will and will not accept from new equipment – vital data you need to continue to win business in the soldier domain.
Our next Soldier Technology event will be in January 2013 in the US. Main topics are:
Jan 28 - Soldier Sensors and Military Night Vision Goggles
Jan 29 - Net Warrior and Network Integration Evaluation
Jan 30 - JIEDDO and IED Event Day with Dr Marilyn Freeman
Jan 31 - Tactical Power and Soldier Power Challenge