Combat Engineer 2017 – Delivering Innovative Military Engineering Capabilities
Combat Engineer 2017 will build on the success of previous conferences as the leading event that discusses and showcases innovative military engineering capabilities and industry solutions. It is the must attend event for all those involved in military engineering in this constantly evolving environment.
The scale of investment in European defence from NATO partners and the European Union sees continued development of military engineer capabilities. In particular, achieving freedom of movement, area denial and operational infrastructure are all top agendas.
Whether it be developing new anti-access systems, building self-sustaining tactical bases or researching innovative gap crossing capabilities, engineers are at the forefront of military investment.
This year’s Combat Engineer Conference will cover all the latest developments and for the second-year running will be chaired by Lieutenant General (Retd) Sir Mark Mans, the British Army’s Chief Royal Engineer.
The main conference will be preceded by a Focus Day split to cover two separate themes: Improvised Explosive Device Detection, Neutralisation and Prevention, and Energy Management and Conservation, which promise to be both informative and thought-provoking.
Main Conference Topics Will Include:
- Anti-Access capabilities
- Demolition in war fighting scenarios
- Gap crossing capability both dry and wet
- Mine clearance and route proving
- Operational infrastructure
- Base protection systems
- Optimising engineering intelligence
Free entry for Military and Government attendees.