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Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems

3rd-4th June 2020

London, United Kingdom [VIRTUAL/REMOTE ACCESS ONLY]

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SMi Group are pleased to announce the fourth annual Future Armoured Vehicles Weapon Systems conference, which will convene remotely on the 3rd and 4th June 2020.

Due to ongoing concerns over COVID-19, this conference will be a virtual event. All speakers, attendees and sponsors will be able to access the full conference and its materials, and will be able to log on remotely via the internet.

Future Armoured Vehicles 2020 will host a range of briefings, panel sessions and focused discussion groups from both military and industry leaders to provide a holistic view of the future of armoured vehicles. The conference will explore how new technologies and systems are being integrated to deliver the precision and strike capability required for 21st-century operations, equipping you with the strategies and solutions to advance your future capability.

Highlights of FAVWS:

  • Network with leaders from across the world who are shaping and influencing armoured vehicle programmes.
  • Hear briefings from international military leaders such as British Army, U.S. Army, Ukrainian Armed Forces, TNO and the Bundeswehr.
  • Explore the latest technologies, systems and platforms that are revolutionising mechanised warfare.
  • Return to your office with a set of strategies and solutions to advance your future capability.

To register or for more information visit http://www.fav-ws.com/deftoday

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