Tri-Service Strategic Conferences

Air Capability Land Capability Conference Maritime Future Rotorcraft

 

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Air Capability
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    Air Capability
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    Air Capability
    As air forces seek to modernise their fleets with a mix of new and upgraded platforms, what are the associated challenges across the defence sector and how is this influencing the global market place? ...
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    Air Capability
    This session will examine the future air battlespace from the view point of air forces which are modernising their fleets and delve into the related challenges of capability and operational preparedne ...
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    Keynote Address
    Air Capability
    This session aims to explore the capability challenges and solutions of fifth generation platform integration and consider the lessons learnt from past platform integration from a USAF perspective.
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    Preparing pilots and squadrons for combat readiness.
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    Air Capability
    With a mixture of information age systems working in tandem from air, land and sea, this session will look at how the interoperability and integration of fifth generation systems are being optimised t ...
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    Can fifth generation platforms alone ensure tactical air superiority? What other factors should be considered? 
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    Keynote Address
    Air Capability
    Protecting fifth generation air systems against cyber attacks.
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    Joint
    Keynote Address
    Land
    Naval
    Air Capability
    All delegates attending the Strategic Conferences are invited to attend this session which will be followed by a Networking Drinks Reception.
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Land Capability
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    Land Capability
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    Welcome and Introduction 
  3. Keynote Address
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    Land Capability
    Keynote Speaker
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    Land Capability

    The Rise of Robotics and Autonomy in the Current Operating Environment

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    The Current UK Legal and Ethical Regulatory Framework 
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    Introduction
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    Land Capability
    The Robotics and Autonomy Market 
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    Land Capability
    A Non-Military Perspective 
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    Land Capability
    A SME Perspective 
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    Land Capability
    A Global Military Industry Perspective 
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    Land Capability
    Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and the Reality of Development 
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    Land Capability
    Q&A Panel Discussion 
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    Land Capability
    Introduction 
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    Land Capability

    The Joint Forces Perspective

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    Land Capability

    A U.S. Army Perspective 

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    Land Capability

    The growing requirement for military / Industry collaboration 

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    Q&A Panel Discussion 

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    Introduction
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    Land Capability
    The Army Perspective 
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    Land Capability

    Robotics and Autonomy Requirements within the Land Environment and Path to Exploitation

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    Land Capability

    Q&A Panel Discussion 

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    Land Capability
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    Joint
    Keynote Address
    Land
    Naval
    Land Capability
    All delegates attending the Strategic Conferences are invited to attend this session which will be followed by a Networking Drinks Reception.
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    Joint
    Land
    Naval
    Land Capability
Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability

    The Defence Contribution to the National Prosperity Agenda 

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    Maritime Capability
    The Naval Service Contribution to the National Prosperity Agenda
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    Maritime Capability
    Panel Q&A Session
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    Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability
    The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and the Maritime Contribution to the National Prosperity Agenda
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    Maritime Capability
    The Department for International Trade and the Protection of the Maritime Contribution to the National Prosperity Agenda
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    Maritime Capability

    The Wider Benefits of a Skilled Technical Workforce to Society 

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    Maritime Capability

    Panel Q&A Session

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    Maritime Capability
    The UK’s National Ship-Building Strategy: Lessons from the Past and Thoughts on the Future
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    Maritime Capability

    Discussion of the Trade Opportunities Offered by Maritime Suppliers

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    Maritime Capability
    Panel Q&A Session
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    Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability
    Exportability and Interoperability: Core Elements of Military Capability 
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    Maritime Capability
    Contemporary Observations on Warship Procurement: The Type 26 Global Combat Ship
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    Maritime Capability
    Panel Q&A Session
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    Maritime Capability
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    Maritime Capability
    Roundtable Podium Discussion:  What do Customers Really Want? Lessons on Defence Exports from Selected Heads of Navy
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    Maritime Capability
    Open Forum Q&A Session – Selected Heads of Navy
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    Maritime Capability
    Brief summary of day and welcome to DSEI 2017 
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    Maritime Capability
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    Joint
    Keynote Address
    Land
    Naval
    Maritime Capability
    All delegates attending the Strategic Conferences are invited to attend this session which will be followed by a Networking Drinks Reception.
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    Joint
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    Naval
    Maritime Capability
The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    Keynote Address
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
    • Addressing today’s operational needs and fiscal challenges – specialised helicopters, integrated support and training.
    • “As commercial as possible, military where needed” – the benefits of Dual Use military helicopters, now and in the future.
    • Unmanned / optionally piloted rotary wing platforms and systems – developing  operational capability for the 2020’s.
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft

    • U.S. Army Manned-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) Update.       
     

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    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    Joint
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    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
    • UKMFTS Evolution                       
    • Training EU Pilots
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    Joint
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    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
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    Joint
    Keynote Address
    Land
    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
    All delegates attending the Strategic Conferences are invited to attend this session which will be followed by a Networking Drinks Reception.
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    Joint
    Land
    Naval
    The Future of Military Rotorcraft
  • “DSEI is a landmark event presenting to the world the excellence of the UK defence and security businesses. We expect to welcome high level international delegations to take part in meetings with our strategic partners. For us in government it is hugely important, an important showcase, a stage for diplomacy, a platform for the international engagement. We are really looking forward to DSEI in September 2017.”
    Harriett Baldwin MP, Minister for Defence Procurement
    UK MOD
  • “I very much look forward to continuing my personal support to DSEI. It provides an excellent opportunity to explore the development of airpower capability, through engagement with the widest range of industry and international partners.”
    Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier KCB CBE DFC MA RAF Chief of the Air Staff
    Royal Air Force
  • “I much look forward to DSEI 17. We intend to build on the very positive experience of DSEI 15 as we construct the partnerships we need to deal with the complexity of the future operating environment”
    General Sir Nicholas Carter KCB CBE DSO ADC Gen Chief of the General Staff
    British Army
  • "DSEI 2015 was the ideal occasion for the Royal Navy to demonstrate its ambition to lead and win through technological innovation. The opportunity to meet with so many partners from academia, industry and overseas at DSEI is, as always, a really useful component of our engagement with the vital partners through whom we seek to deliver this innovation."
    Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC, The First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff
    Royal Navy
  • "DSEI 17 will offer Joint Forces Command the opportunity to report on our plans for the future, in particular on operationalising our Warfare In The Information Age concept. I am looking forward to it."
    General Sir Chris Deverell Commander Joint Forces Command
  • "DSEI is a highlight within the defence calendar, I use it to find out what the most recent developments are in every technological area affecting for defence. Without DSEI I fear this sort of interaction, information exchange and knowledge of developments across all domains would be lost. DSEI is an invaluable international biannual event .”
    Rt Hon Dr Julian Lewis MP, Chairman, House of Commons Defence Select Committee
    UK Parliament
  • “DSEI is a fantastic showcase for defence companies where international buyers, sellers, developers, thinkers, educators and the trainers can all get together. The UK defence industry is looking to recruit more engineers, scientists and developers into 200,000 jobs and up to 10,000 apprentices within UK defence companies. DSEI is an excellent tool to highlight the challenges the industry face as well as showcase its capabilities domestically and overseas.”
    James Gray MP, House of Commons Defence Committee
    UK Parliament

 

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