DVD2018 is all set to return to Millbrook this September. The 2-day event will take place on the 19th and 20th, and will attract the who’s who of the industry. Those involved in offering equipment and support for the UK’s Land Forces will be here in large numbers. And why not? It’s an opportunity to showcase equipment and technology for the British Army. But, why does the army need these in the first place? The army has to meet future challenges and accept the need for continuous adaptation. The said equipment and technology will make it fit for the same.
DVD2018: Here’s What You Should Know About The Event
DVD2018 will bring together the industry and defence in the land equipment sector. They will be here to discuss ideas. The event will also help them better understand technologies, capabilities, and requirements. This event is a joint effort, so to say. The Army and DE&S Land Equipment are sponsoring it. And guess what, DVD acknowledges the capability role taken on by the Army.
DVD 2018: Here’s What Is In The Offing At The Event
Military, industry and the acquisition community will come together, on a common platform. They’ll be here for two days, full of informal discussions and a lot more. Briefings, seminars, demonstrations and live displays will also await them at the show. Attendees can expect to see a wide array of equipment and services. Defence industry exhibitors will showcase their latest equipment. Even specialist vehicles will be on display. So will be the equipment necessary for supporting land-based military operations.
DVD2018: Here’s What Will Be In The Spotlight
It will be all about innovation. Kind of explains why they have chosen, “Innovation today and tomorrow” as the theme for this year’s show. The show will attempt to find out how to exploit the current capabilities in a rather creative way. There’ll be a focus on identifying novel solutions to enable Conceptual Force Land 2035.
In other words, DVD2018 is an opportunity waiting to happen. It will showcase what capability innovation and industry collaboration could do. And how the two could make the Army ready for the future challenges, in an affordable & sustainable way. That said, the topics of interest to get covered at the show include:
- The Army Strike concept
- Specialized Infantry Group
- Reducing Logistic Need (RLN)
- DEEP operations
- Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems
- Year of Engineering and STEM development
More than 250 companies are exhibiting at the event. They’ll bring their best equipment, innovative technology, and support solutions to the table. And of course, they’ll be vying for the attention of the visitors. Key capability development, procurement and support staff will be here. To make them come your way, you ought to cut through the noise. With 20+ years of experience and successful stints at global events, we could help you stand out. Ask us how!
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