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24 Mar 05. Ninth International Conference Network Centric Warfare Europe Conference 2005, 31st May – 2nd June 2005: IKBB, Bonn, Germany

With a huge proportion of all major defence budgets being allocated to NCW and C4I systems, the shift to a net-enabled military capability will have a massive impact on all future defence contracts. We know why Network Centric Warfare is so important to our business, but where exactly is the money being allocated? Which countries are pushing ahead with the most ambitious acquisition programmes and how can we help them develop their capabilities?

NCW Europe 2005 commences on 31st May and this year takes place in Bonn, Germany. A one-stop shop for obtaining the information you need to help you align your overall business strategy with international defence goals and priorities.

Identify which Armed Forces are actively procuring net-centric systems and discover where the best markets are worldwide. Assess which capability areas are being given top priority so you can align your business strategy accordingly. Meet the people driving change across the globe and highlight how your own products can fit their future requirements. Learn from key award-winning programmes that show how net-centric concepts can best be applied to all future projects.

With profiles of award-winning programmes such as Future Combat Systems and the Dutch ISIS project, and with operational lessons identified as analysed by the US Office of Force Transformation and the US Army’s Stryker Brigade, you will gain exclusive access to insights on how you can best develop the required systems and technologies to face tomorrow’s threats.

An exceptional speaker panel will be headed by:
Lieutenant General Dirk Böcker, Vice Chief of Staff, Bundeswehr; Lieutenant General Charles L. Johnson II, Commander, Electronic Systems Centre, US Air Force; Lieutenant General Heinz Marzi, Vice Chief of Staff, German Air Force; Air Vice Marshal Stephen Dalton, Capability Manager (Information Superiority), UK MoD; Major General Ruud van Dam, Assistant Chief of Staff (ACOS) C4I, Allied Command Transformation, NATO

Together with over 40 other international military and industry leaders, they will demonstrate how the NCW concept has recently been transformed into an operational reality.

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