Featured Speakers :

Canadian Armed Forces
Major General Karl D. McQuillan
Chief of Military Engineers
Canadian Armed Forces
United States Army Corps of Engineers
Major General Mark W. Yenter
Deputy Commanding General for Military and International Operations
United States Army Corps of Engineers
British Army
Brigadier Simon Humphrey
Director, Capability Directorate Combat Support
British Army
British Army
Brigadier John Ridge
Commanding Officer 8th Engineer Brigade
British Army
Israeli Defence Force
Colonel David Solomon
Deputy Commander Corps of Engineers
Israeli Defence Force
Irish Defence Forces
Colonel James Burke
Director of Engineering
Irish Defence Forces
Bundeswehr
Lieutenant Colonel Jochen Gumprich
Head of Engineering Branch, Army Development Command
Bundeswehr
Australian High Commission
Lieutenant Colonel Brendan Hogan
Assistant Defence Adviser (Capability and Support)
Australian High Commission
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence
Lieutenant Colonel Luca Dottarelli
Head of Concept and Doctrine Development Division
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence
IAI ELTA Systems Ltd., Israel
Dr. Samuel Schijvarg
Senior Systems Engineer
IAI ELTA Systems Ltd., Israel
Caterpillar Defense & Federal Products
Greg Harshberger
Foreign Military Sales Account Manager
Caterpillar Defense & Federal Products
Bert Appleton
Chair
Counter-IED UK

With over a decade of major operations for the NATO alliance at an end, now is the time for military engineers to help recalibrate forces to face the complex and diverse threats of the future.

In association with Capability Directorate Combat Support (CDCS), British Army, Defence IQ welcomes you to join the leading event exploring the changing role of the military engineer in the modern combat environment. 

Please see the invitation to International Military Engineering 2016 below from CDCS:

CDCS expects to spend £1 billion on combat support capabilities in the next ten years

The SDSR’s publication in late 2015 will finalise the figure for renewing and extending combat support capability. The Military Engineering 2016 conference has been selected as the forum for CDCS’ explanation of their key priorities and to kick off their research into solution providers for these requirements.

There is no better time to engage with leading engineering stakeholders and to assist them in developing their strategy for delivering future engineering combat support.

The event will welcome distinguished speakers and guests from across the alliance to present on specific programmes and to share best practice. Topics for discussion include engineering on a wheel base, FOB protection and area-denial systems, humanitarian and disaster relief functions, FOB energy and resource resilience, future applications for Unmanned Ground Systems- and more.

What are the benefits of attending?

  • Shape discussions and influence requirements as global combat support capability develops to face future challenges
  • Be the first to hear UK combat support priorities and place your solutions at the heart of the discussion
  • Understand keys to successful operations from leading case studies and use these to pitch your product’s role in the next operational success story
  • Collaborate with customers and other stakeholders to explore long-term trends in military engineering and how to shape your business and solutions for future success

For the UK & abroad, Military Engineering 2016 will offer exceptional opportunity to engage with your market and further your business objectives.



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