Radisson Blu Portman Hotel
Defence IQ's flagship Future Artillery conference annually welcomes to London over 200 leading artillery personnel and industry teams from 25+ countries. Now in its 10th anniversary year, it is widely regarded as the most influential and best-attended indirect fires conference in the world, providing the artillery community with the latest technological updates, crucial operational feedback and candid debate on future capabilities.
View the full agenda at www.future-artillery.com
Future Artillery 2012 is the unrivalled forum for Heads of Artillery, Programme Managers and Industry experts to network and share in discussions on improving accuracy, developing joint fires and cost-effectively modernising the artillery to map the strategic future direction across the in-direct fires landscape.
What’s New for the 10th Anniversary Future Artillery?
•New streams: focusing on the fundamental requirement for lightweight in-direct fire systems and a potential 105mm resurgence, plus a special look at the future of the artillery 2022+
•Focus day briefings: the 2012 event features a new focus day hosting in-depth discussions on the TTP challenges and equipment requirements for Forward Observers – issues include improving speed of information, data links and digitisation, accurate targeting and training
•New Venue: The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel is located just off Oxford Street in the heart of central London, with easy access from the major transport hubs
•Improved networking capabilities: Expanded networking opportunities and private meeting areas for more in-depth discussions with fellow delegates
•10th Anniversary Celebrations: Don't miss out on this special edition with lots of exciting activities planned across the 3 days for you to enjoy! Visit the website for updates: www.future-artillery.com
Don't miss the opportunity to network with key members of the artillery community, and participate in interactive discussions with military and industry representatives on the future of indirect fires at this special 10th anniversary event.
For more information or to register:
Call: +4420 7368 9737
Contact Name: Defence IQ
44020 7368 9737
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