Fire support and artillery summit on way
Abu Dhabi, July 7, 2009
The region's first and only summit on fire support and artillery, Future Artillery Middle East 2009 will be held from October 18 to 21 at the Armed Forces Officers Club in Abu Dhabi.
Developed in collaboration with global military leaders from French Artillery, Royal Netherlands Armed Forces and the Royal Artillery Headquarters, this premier event is designed to transform the region's fire support capabilities into a true force multiplier and revolutionise the effectiveness of the artillery community.
Future Artillery Middle East 2009 will address the latest trends, effective strategies and state of the art technology to successfully combat modern military threats as well as featuring practical solutions for achieving the desired outcomes from current operational artillery systems.
Key industry partners who will be sharing their technological solutions include Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Hellenic Aerospace Industry S A and Thales.
'As modern battlefields become more diverse, multifaceted and lethal, modernising artillery systems is critical to ensure territorial security,” said Grace Chng, conference director, IQPC (International Quality and productivity Centre) Middle East, a global event producing company.
“Future Artillery Middle East addresses the latest advancements for the artillery community to achieve improved precision and enhanced performance in their operations,” Chng added. – TradeArabia News Service
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