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Lt Gen Richard Felton CBE to present keynote at Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability

Posted 8 October 2018 · Add Comment

Lieutenant General Richard Felton CBE, Director General, Defence Safety Authority, UK MoD, is to present a keynote speech at SMi’s fourth annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability next month.



With just five weeks left until Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability conference and Active Protection Systems Focus Day (www.favsurvivability.com/vuelio), SMi have announced that new speaker Lieutenant General Richard Felton CBE, Director General Defence Safety Authority from the UK MoD will present a keynote address at the conference in November.

Lt Gen. Felton will present 'Driving Capability and Land Equipment Superiority through Enhanced Safety'. His presentation will cover: Why safety must be front of mind when developing land equipment and capability, the cost of safety across defence and the role of The Defence Safety Authority in regulating and optimising safety across the UK Armed Forces.

Those attending will also benefit from key topics at the event, such as: UK National Updates, Active Protection System Development and Integration, Active Protection Standards and Safety, Industry Expert Updates, Protecting Armoured Platforms and Crews from CBRN Threats, Infantry Fighting Vehicle Survivability, Blast Protection and Armour Development, Avoiding Detection with Increased Stealth and Enhanced Signature Management, Future Land Capability Developments and more!

Latest registrations from the conference and focus day include: Amsafe Bridport, Arconic, Artis, Austrian MoD, BMT Asset Performance Ltd, Bundeswehr, British Army, Canadian Armed Forces, Centigon France SAS, Dynamit Nobel Defence GmbH, FFI - Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S., FOI - Swedish Defence Research Agency, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd., General Dynamics European Land Systems-Mowag GmbH, General Dynamics UK Limited, German MoD, Hensoldt Optronics, Intracom Defense Electronics S.A., Israeli MoD, JPEO CBD, KCD Resources Ltd, KMW, Krauss Maffei Wegmann, Leonardo, Lockheed Martin, Military Institute Of Armament Technology, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation, Parker Hannifin Ltd., Pearson Engineering Limited, PEO Ground Combat Systems, Plasan Sasa Ltd, Proengin, Rafael, Raytheon, Revision Military, Rheinmetall Active Protection GMBH, Royal Netherlands Army, Soucy Defence, SSM - Undersecretariat for Defence Industry, ST Engineering Land Systems, Swedish Armed Forces, TenCate Advanced Armor, Ultra Electronics, UK MoD (Defence Safety Authority, DE&S, DSTL), US Army, US Department of Defense, US Army Europe, 7th Army Training Command and UTC Aerospace Systems.

 

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