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IQPC - Ground Combat Vehicle Confernce


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IQPC Ltd
: 19 August, 2008  (New Product)
Berlin 15-17 September 2008
With threat of asymmetric attacks on allied forces at a dangerous high, the requirements for Ground Combat Vehicles remain a huge challenge for nations worldwide.

To address those future developments how to overcome those challenges Defence IQ designed a conference to discuss survivability, weapon upgrades and vehicle cooling systems for Ground Combat Vehicles (linkto: www.gcv08.co.uk) taking place in Berlin from 15-17 September 2008.

Confirmed keynote presentations from:
• EDirBWB Heinz-Joachim Wolf, Head of Land Combat Project Division, Federal Office of Defence Technology and Procurement (BWB), German MoD
• Brigadier General Jacques Levet, Chairman & French Army Chief of Staff, NATO Army Armaments Group
• Brigadier General Peter Bayer, Deputy Commanding General, US Army Armour Centre, US Army
• Brigadier General Joseph Martz, Director, Concept Development and Experimentation Directorate, US Army
• German Keynote presentation, confirmed by Bundeswehr, name to be finalised

Hear from the international panel of speakers as they discuss:
• Latest developments in international Armour upgrade technologies and munitions programmes, ensuring platforms have the vital balance between survivability, transportability, lethality and maneuverability

• Cutting edge systems integration and Situational Awareness technologies to improve visibility, capability and safety of forces on the ground including insight into the US Army’s Future Combat System (FCS)

• National perspectives and access to senior decision makers and requirements setters from the British Army, US Army, NATO, Spanish and Canadian Armed Forces; understand the challenges and solutions for contemporary forces

• Insights into how operational feedback is being integrated into vehicle design including analysis of the Leopard II, Challenger II, Abrams M1A1, Puma Infantry Fighting Vehicle, the VBCI, Marder 1 A5, Fuchs and M113
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