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Defence IQ's flagship Future Artillery conference annually welcomes over 200 leading artillery personnel and industry experts from 25+ countries to London. Now in its 10th anniversary year, it is widely regarded as the most influential indirect fires conference in the world, providing an unrivalled platform for Heads of Artillery, Programme Managers and Industry experts to engage in candid debate on the latest technological developments, operational feedback and future vision across the in-direct fires community.
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What's new for 2012?
The Modern Royal Artillery Prepares for Future Battlefields – Part 1
This full length interview features one of the greatest achievements of modern British Army artillery to date: training. From live fire training to the incorporation of high tech equipment like the iPad, Major Tom Ellis, training development advisor for the Royal Artillery, talks about how realistic training keeps troops ever prepared.
Can Digitising Artillery Really Revolutionise Modern Gunnery?
Will artillery commanders have the option of completely digitising the forward observer? What about linking to joint fire units or CAS assets digitally? Ian Burch is the Offensive Support SME at Rockwell Collins and, onsite at Future Artillery 2011, he emphasises the necessity of eliminating room for error.
Netherlands MoD Speaks Up About the Need for Revolutionising Artillery
Lt Col Rienk Sijbrandi, Operational Director in the Netherlands MoD, talks onsite at Future Artillery 2011 about the existing Dutch artillery inventory. Precision guided munitions are at the top of the list of 'must haves' for the Dutch - are laser guided munitions next? Watch to find out more
Taking place on the opening morning of the main conference the G6 Industry Leaders Panel: The Future of Artillery, an Industry Perspective gives you direct insight into the critical questions facing the Artillery Community.
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