Senior Speaker Panel For 2017 included:
Hours Reserved For Networking
Experts From the Global Military Helicopter Community will Lead Discussions on:
Recent acquisition and modernisation programmes to maintain the lifecycle of army, air force and naval aviation helicopter fleets
Anti-submarine warfare and multirole helicopters – the challenges for managing multiple serviceability lifelines
Tactical data link systems, BLoS communications and open architecture requirements to better integrate complex avionics systems
Rotary strike, precision weapons and directed energy technology
Training & Simulation – cost effective solutions for helicopter pilots and the challenges for maintaining a combat-ready helicopter force
Next Generation technologies – from 3D printing and the future of MRO to manned-unmanned teaming and aerial refuelling
Aircraft survivability and self-protection upgrades - how to better protect the helicopter pilot against a more sophisticated adversary stockpile
"I'm very pleased to see the diversity of military attendees at this event, and also the different elements from both the air forces and land forces, so it's a great opportunity for us to be in a diverse militarycustomer base."
"Military Helicopter was an excellent opportunity to network and understand what other countries are doing"
"A very high level of knowledge is available at International Military Helicopter"
"There's a lot of key personnel here… it's good that you can get to talk to people and the right people are here to talk to, so if you're going to make an impression, this is a good place to do it."
"The sponsorship of the International Military Helicopter conference for us is quite important just because we have very few opportunities to meet a lot of the military helicopter operators, and they're here in force."
Next-Generation Military Helicopters: The Blueprint
As far as rotary-wing aircraft go, there are few assets more desirable to almost any military in the modern world. Owing to their ability to carry