Soldier Technology Global 2012

Soldier Technology Global 2012

Worldwide Business Research 20/05/2012 to 23/05/2012 | United Kingdom, London, Earl’s Court Conference Centre
+44 (0) 207 368 9465
Soldier systems and equipment conference Soldier Technology is the single largest gathering of soldier systems and equipment modernisers in the world, attracting senior government programme managers and their industry counterparts from more than 40 nations each year. Conference Highlights · 600+ attendees to meet · 125 innovative contractors exhibiting and attending · 90 government agencies participating · 40 nations supporting · 32 hours of presentations, workshops, interactive panels and roundtable discussions · 24 hours of exhibition time to test the latest equipment · 20 hours dedicated to help you develop your professional network Now more than ever soldier modernisation is being seen as a preferred investment by national defence investment directorates over costly large-scale capital projects that carry risk and longer lead times, many of which are being cancelled or postponed indefinitely. In fact our research shows MoDs around the world plan to strengthen their dismounted capabilities over the coming years in light of the new budgetary environment making Soldier Technology a timely and highly relevant forum for you to attend in 2012. Benefits of attending: 1. Meet government programme managers and their Prime Contractors from funded soldier equipment projects seeking new solutions to expand your business opportunities 2. Grow your business by identifying opportunities to partner in markets where budget for soldier equipment is ring-fenced such as Sweden, Germany, Australia, Canada and more 3. Forecast ahead for future growth for your business by learning from and networking with international soldier modernisation programme procurement teams 4. Get access to funded programmes including: o UK’s Weapons modernisation programme (estimated £1billion) o UK's Land Environment Tactical System programme (estimated £2.5billion) o Canada’s Integrated Soldier System Project (estimated $300 million Canadian) o Sweden’s MARKUS programme (estimated €100 million) o Australia’s Project Land 125 (estimated $400 million Australian) o US Marine Corps’s Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad (rapid-access budget of $10+million)
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