After the successful inaugural this April, SETAF 2016 shall seek to bring together soldier modernisation program managers, technical leaders from industry, leading researchers and end users. Taking place 14 – 15 March in London we invite you to proactively advance and develop optimum approaches to dismounted soldier capability.
What is so unique about this event? With its interactive format, we maintain our original belief in “NO ATTENDEES ONLY PARTICIPANTS”. Unlike other events, SETAF is designed around a combination of panel discussions and focused discussion groups, run by co-chairs who are experts in their respective subject matter.
With no PowerPoint presentations or keynotes, SETAF will dedicate the precious time of participants to networking and interactive discussions, making it a complementary part of the soldier modernisation communities’ annual training and development programme.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:
– Play a direct role in the only discussion based forum for the soldier community, helping advance dismounted capabilities through knowledge exchange and debate. At SETAF there are no attendees, only participants!
– Senior military representation from those at the fore front of dismounted capability, including The United States, UK and Germany
– Hear technical expertise and insight from those at the forefront of industry, including Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Sagem and Thales
– Hear direct operational feedback and how these developments are influencing the soldier modernisation process
– Take Advantage of over 20 hours of informal networking – more than any other soldier systems meeting in 2016!
SENIOR MILITARY EXPERTS:
– Colonel (ret) Richard Hansen, US Army
– Lieutenant Colonel Rob O’Connor, Commanding Officer, British Army
– Lieutenant Colonel Iain Moodie, British Army
– Squadron Leader Dan Roberts, British Army
– Lieutenant Colonel Andrew McNulty, HQMC, USMC, USA
– Lieutenant Colonel John Vest, TRADOC, US Army
– Major Eike Sinzig, German Army
DON’T MISS POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP:
Mastering Soldier Programme Management: Defining Requirements and Optimising Acquisitions