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General Dennis L Via, Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command, discussed the procurement plans and challenges for the US Army in the coming year at International Armoured Vehicles.
Lieutenant General Seppo Toivonen, Commander of the Finnish Army, summarises his briefing points at IAVs 2016, with thoughts towards modernisation and upgrades.
Brigadier General Charles Beaudouin, Director Technical Section, French Army, discusses the priorities for French vehicles in the field of reducing weight and upping firepower, as well as why he believes the International Armoured Vehicles forum is useful when it comes to decision-making.
Colonel John Atkinson, Director of Fires and Maneuver Integration Division for the U.S. Marine Corps, discusses the current plans for upgrade and modernisation as the USMC seeks to bolster its expeditionary capabilities.
The role of the Armoured Trials and Development Unit (ATDU) is to carry out user trials and development tasks on armoured vehicle equipment in order to provide cost-effective support to the Equipment Programme. Here, Major Francois Laroche, discusses what the current landscape looks like for vehicle protection and survivability.
Shortly before announcing its deal to supply the SCTV to Ukraine, Bear Midkiff, Textron’s director of Europe and Africa business operations, talks to Defence IQ about the company's activity over the past year and its priorities for 2016 and beyond. Textron Systems was the lead sponsor of International Armoured Vehicles 2016.
Jack Eirik Straume of Prox Dynamics explains to Defence IQ how the the Black Hornet nano unmanned aerial vehicle has gone from strength to strength since seeing use in the British and Norwegian Army. Showcasing the product at International Armoured Vehicles, the device can be launched from the confines of an AV for covert surveillance.
The conference chairman reflects on the most interesting discussions emerging in the conference room and the emerging trends this market has seen develop over the past year.
The UK's Minister of State for Defence Procurement discusses the UK strategy for armoured vehicle procurement, including the Warrior programme and the incoming Scout vehicles.
The Head of the Project Management Office at the Brazilian Army, discusses immediate priorities for the Guarani programme and the emerging developments for Brazil's land forces.
The head of the US Army in Europe has elaborated on plans to keep armoured equipment in Eastern Europe as a warning to Russia that NATO forces will be ready to respond to further military aggression.
This special feature seeks to provide a long-term outlook for global armoured vehicle production, highlighting in particular where potential investors in the protected mobility industry should be looking, in order to secure the highest possible return. Several major defence primes across Europe and the US are explored for financials and recent or upcoming contracts, and broader investigations are made into which countries stand to achieve the most (and the least) growth, in absolute and relative terms, over the next twenty years in this vital industry. Rory Jackson reports for Defence IQ.
Ahead of the 17th annual International Armoured Vehicles Conference 2017 we caught up with the speakers to tell us exactly why they are attending.
As the 17th Annual International Armoured Vehicles conference, the 2017 edition is the biggest in the event’s history. While many attend for the unique speaking engagements and detailed briefs on requirements and procurement plans, many also attend to meet the vast array of manufacturers and suppliers flocking to the conference’s exhibition space.
This year will see over 45 sponsors and partners attending from the armoured vehicle industry, all responding to evolving end user demands and a revival of the global military vehicles market.
Ahead of the event, we spoke with several of these partners to get a first-hand insight on the active trends, challenges and aspirations from within the perspective of these organisations, as well as to find out more about the unique solutions they are bringing to the battlespace…
Following our 2016-17 Armoured Vehicles Global Market Report, this follow-on report details global vehicle inventories – in easy-to-read table format – in so far as it is possible to calculate. Of course, some nations and regions are less transparent than others about the exact units stocked in their military vehicle fleets, but we hope the information enclosed can help readers garner a greater understanding of the current situation for end-users...
Take a look at the presentation given by General Brigadier Chris Mills, Director General Modernisation - Army. At the 17th annual International Armoured Vehicles Conference 2017, he explored how to re-define the role of Australia’s future AFVs.
Take a look at the presentation given by General David G. Perkins, Commanding General, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. He discussed designing the future army to create a versatile, tailorable future force.
At the 17th annual International Armoured Vehicles Conference 2017, Brigadier-General D.A. Macaulay gave a presentation about the future of direct fire. Download it here.