London to host international armored vehicle conference

Largest armored vehicle event in Europe set for Feb. 1-5.

London will host the 2010 International Armoured Vehicles conference. It will be held February 1 – 5 at the Excel Centre The Docklands in London, UK

International Armoured Vehicles (formally Light and Medium Armoured Vehicles) is the largest armored vehicle event in Europe, attracting over 450 delegates from across the globe.

The 2009 conference saw military and industry decision makers gather from 41 different nations including a number who have never attended the event before – Brazil, Croatia, Greece, India, Portugal, Serbia, Thailand and Ukraine.

The conference series has, over the last eight years, provided a mix of strategic, tactical and operational insights from international military, government and industry representatives – all aimed at enhancing armored vehicle capabilities to ensure the ultimate customer, the soldier, is supported in operations. The 2010 agenda will tackle a number of challenges including protected mobility, integrated survivability, fleet management, vehicle maintenance, vehicle electronics, simulation and training, investment decision-making, procuring off-the-shelf and life-extension programs. Now encompassing the full spectrum of capabilities across light, medium and heavy vehicles, it will feature keynote addresses, operational case studies, interactive discussions and technology demonstrations.

Accolades for previous shows:
"An excellent opportunity to get an insight into improvement and development of AFVs in modern Armies" – Manik Trivedi, GSO-1, WE15, WE Dte, IHQ of MoD Indian Army

"Great subjects and presenters" – Jose Wancelotti, Technical Specialist, Brazilian Army

"A high profile audience and relevant agenda was matched to offer a learning experience of note" – Cobus van der Merwe, Senior Business Development Executive, Saab Avitronics

For more information go to: www.armoured-vehicles.co.uk; email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk; or call +44 (0)207 368 9300

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