Join us this March at Armored Vehicles U.S.A. to learn more about how the current nature of the world is impacting the future of armored technology. Top members of the military and government will join industry leaders to...
- Address the Challenges of Armored Vehicles Based in Each Region
- Leverage Intelligence Capabilities to Improve Strategic and Tactical Situational Awareness
- Increase Protection Across Multiple Platforms
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Anticipated Attendee List
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Unmanned Solutions for Ground Combat Systems: with Johns Hopkins University
In this interview, Dr. Reed Young, Program Manager – Robotics and Autonomy, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory discusses current requirements in unmanned solutions for ground combat systems, opportunities are there for unmanned capabilities, short and long term goals concerning unmanned solutions, and progression of unmanned solutions within the next 5-10 years.
Exclusive Interview with Colonel James Schirmer
Colonel James “Jim” Schirmer, Program Manager, Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFV), U.S. Army. is interviewed exclusively by Robert “Rocky” Kmiecik, Former Director of the Mounted Requirements Division. Colonel Schirmer gives his perspective on the AFV program as well as what's hoped to be accomplished in the Future Fighting Vehicle (FFV) program.
Modernizing the Army With Lieutenant General John Murray
Ahead of this years Armored Vehicles USA event we sat down with Lieutenant General John Murray for an exclusive report on vehicle modernization. Challenges to modernizing the Army in order to remain a strategically responsive and decisive force, how the Army is addressing the challenges of modernization, how G-8 foresees combat vehicle modernization programs unfolding.
North America Armored Vehicles Market Report 2017
Take a look into some of North Americas armored vehicles such as Oshkosh Defense’s Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle (L-ATV) prototype and The TAPV/VPBT (Tactical Armored Patrol Vehicle. And take a deeper look into budget and statistics heading into 2017.Courtesy of DefenceIQ.com
Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Market - Global Forecasts to 2020
Exclusive sample report by ASD Report that provides a glimpse of analysis of the unmanned ground vehicle market over the next six years. It analyzes the drivers of the market, the challenges faced by the industry, and the factors that restrain growth of the market. The report will also discuss the key industry, market, and technology trends that are will influence unmanned ground vehicle market, covering the following parameters.
FY17 President's Budget Highlights
The FY 2017 President’s Budget supports the priorities established by the Army Senior Leadership. It provides the framework for change and focuses on the future in preparing and sustaining land forces capable of preventing conflict, shaping the strategic environment, and, when called upon, fighting to win across the full spectrum of conflict.
North America Armored Vehicles Inventories 2016-17
This report details North American vehicle inventories – in easy-to-read table format.
Key Armored Vehicle Requirements, Threats & Updates
Get your update on the 2017 global armored vehicles market including attributes that are critical in terms of requirements over the next 10 years, threats to armored vehicle survivability in North America, and what to see the greatest investment in globally. Also get an update on the budget and progress for Joint Service, USA & USMC armored vehicles.
COL Jim Schirmer, Project Manager of the Armored Fighting Vehicles Update
COL Jim Schirmer, Project Manager, Armored Fighting Vehicles, presents the Bradley Vehicle Fighting System Overview, Self Propelled Howitzer Systems Highlights, Future Fighting Vehicle / Mobile Protected Firepower and Broad Challenges.
Stryker Lethality: Re-Balancing the Iron Triangle
COL Glenn Dean, Project Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team, presentation on modernization priorities in a fluid threat environment, upgrading lethality to combat conventional threats, industry opportunities, and more!
Ground Combat and Tactical Vehicle Strategy
Colonel John B. Atkinson, Director, Fires and Maneuver Integration Division at the Capabilities Development Directorate, CD&I, HQMC presents on Ship to Shore Capabilities, Capacity and Lethality, and Future Plans and Industry Opportunities.