September 11 - 12, 2012    london , United Kingdom
DefenceIQ’s Military Engineering event will address the future role of the military engineer and focus on the two critical challenges currently being faced. These are the perennial challenge of mobility and counter-mobility and the challenge of sustaining expeditionary infrastructure; providing essential services at the tactical edge with limited resources.

The conference represents an excellent opportunity to meet international colleagues, benchmark success, discuss challenges and solutions, and build relationships with other militaries and the vendor community.

Military Engineering 2012 will enable you to:

Cover in depth the latest developments in operational energy: $20 Billion dollars is the estimated annual air-conditioning bill in Iraq and Afghanistan. Learn how hybrid power can increase resilience, reduce costs and save lives.

Share challenges. Hear from programme managers who are currently setting requirements for their next generation of mobility and counter-mobility solutions. Present your views on the future of engineering vehicles.

Hear from expeditionary infrastructure experts about the challenges of living at the tactical edge. Supplying water to just 20,000 troops in Afghanistan costs nearly $500,000 a day. Discuss solutions to the critical challenge of providing essential services.

Meet the Total Force Team from PJHQ. Speak to the people who are responsible for contractor support of operations. Discuss best practice, protocols, processes and issues affecting contractor relations with the military.

Keynote Speakers:
Major General (ret’d) Keith Cima,Colonel Michelle Stewart,Lieutenant Colonel Paul van der Heul,Lieutenant Colonel Marc Haywood,Lieutenant Commander Dude Underwood,Lieutenant Colonel Richard Vidal and many more.


Location: 76 Portland Place
Contact 76 Portland Pl. Twickenham , United Kingdom

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