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Taking Firepower Forward

Over twelve years of persistent low intensity conflict has created a sense of urgency within our armed forces that has spawned the re-establishment of artillery as an essential capability vital for both self-defence and expeditionary warfare. As a result, the Global Artillery and Systems market is projected to grow from US$7.3 billion at the end of 2017 and reach US$10.4 billion by 2027.

With the aforementioned in mind, the 15th annual Future Artillery conference continues to provide a platform for over 15 Heads of Artillery and 200 other military and industry delegates to discuss pressing topics such as: joint fires battlespace integration, multi-domain battle, mobility and mechanisation, range extension, reconnaissance & surveillance, target identification, smart munitions, electronic warfare and cyberspace operations.

25+ different armed forces will be represented this year and with old and new pioneers of industry once again supporting the debate, Future Artillery has become the annual meeting for the global artillery community.

Taking place on 14-16 May 2018, at Stamford Bridge Football Stadium. Make sure you book early to guarantee your place for the prestigious Gala Dinner at the Honourable Artillery Company.

Click play on the video below for a glimpse of what happened at Future Artillery 2017.

 

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Attend Future Artillery To

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Learn how land forces are planning to conduct future fires operations under the concept of multi-domain battle, to enable freedom of manoeuvre and superiority against the fullyintegrated modern threat

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Adopt the latest technology and techniques to reduce vulnerabilities whilst using precision-guided munitions in a digitised battlespace

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Explore how to use your fire support systems in combat to better locate, track and assess hostile artillery, mortar units and formations

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Ensure an effective and rapidly mobile fires capability, by engaging in collaborative strategies to increase coordination and joint-capability between allied and partner nations

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