Future Naval Plans & Requirements 2004 (FNP 2004)

Venue: Cafe Rpyal

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 26, 2004 End Date/Time: May 27, 2004
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Introducing the Fourth Annual Conference
FUTURE NAVAL PLANS & REQUIREMENTS 2004

Pre-Conference Focus Day: 25th May ¡ñ Main Conference: 26th & 27th May
The Caf¨¦ Royal, London







How will the future needs of international naval forces
translate into concrete plans and requirements?

It is the central aim of this year¡¯s most significant naval conference to answer this question. By bringing together those who direct the plans, programmes and policies of the world¡¯s major navies, Future Naval Plans & Requirements 2004 will analyse and discuss the very latest developments in naval defence.

With high-level briefings from 11 countries and confirmed representation from many more, this year¡¯s event promises to be the most international forum yet to examine the real challenges and opportunities facing tomorrow¡¯s naval communities.

By accessing the latest information from senior level officers, you will stay ahead of the game in international procurement requirements. An exceptional panel of international experts includes:

¡¤ Rear Admiral Anthony Lengerich, Vice Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, US Navy
¡¤ Commodore Mike Kimmons, Director of Strategy, Royal Navy
¡¤ Captain Jos¨¦ A. Ruesta, Head of the Operational Requirements Branch, Plans and Policy Division of the Naval Staff, Spanish Navy
¡¤ Captain J¨¹rgen Mannhardt, Head of Operational Plans & Policy, German Navy
¡¤ Rear Admiral Jonathan Kamerman, Corvette Project Director, South African Navy
¡¤ Commodore Alberto Cervone, Project Manager, ¡°Andrea Doria¡± Aircraft Carrier, Italian Navy
¡¤ Rear Admiral Fernando Alberto C. David e Silva, Director of Ships, Portuguese Navy

This is your chance to discover which factors most affect procurement decisions and which key programmes are influencing the plans of naval forces worldwide.

In addition to the main event, a unique pre-conference Focus Day will be held on 25th May, looking at the role of unmanned vehicles and systems in future naval operations. This in-depth and interactive full-day session examines the full range of applications for a variety of unmanned platforms and will show you how best to explore the opportunities that exist in this most lucrative future market.

To join your colleagues, register now by -

Calling: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 E-mailing: enquire@iqpc-defence.com
Faxing: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Visiting: www.iqpc-defence.com/2198a

Venue

Cafe Rpyal
68 Regent Street
London
United Kingdom
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Conference highlights include: Latest international requirements from 11 leading navies Briefings on key programmes and platforms New build projects and fleet regeneration Analysis of how recent conflicts including Operation Iraqi Freedom will help to dictate future naval plans and strategy Featuring contributions from international experts including: Rear Admiral Anthony W. Lengerich, Vice Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, US Navy Rear Admiral Fernando Alberto C. David e Silva, Director of Ships, Portuguese Navy Vice Admiral Sir Jeremy Blackham KCB, BA, RN (Ret¡¯d), former Deputy Chief of Defence Staff (Equipment Capability), UK MoD Captain Oliveira Viegas, Head of Logistics, Naval Staff, Portuguese Navy Rear Admiral Jonathan E. G. Kamerman, Corvette Project Director, South African Navy Commander Tom Thormodsen, Commander of Coastal Flotilla, Royal Norwegian Navy Commodore Mike Kimmons, Director of Strategy, Royal Navy Dr John Walker, MoD Strategic Advisor, Underwater Weapons, DSTL Captain J¨¹rgen Mannhardt, Head of Operational Plans & Policy, German Navy Dr Eric Grove, Director, Centre for Security Studies, University of Hull Commodore Alberto Cervone, Project Manager, "Andrea Doria" Aircraft Carrier, Italian Navy Captain Victor Jones, Naval Adviser, Australian High Commission Commodore Alberto Cervone, Project Manager, "Andrea Doria" Aircraft Carrier, Italian Navy Captain Jos¨¦ A. Ruesta, Head of the Operational Requirements Branch, Plans and Policy Division of the Naval Staff, Spanish Navy Vice Admiral (Ret¡¯d) Harinder Singh, PVSM, AVSM, former Commander in Chief Southern Naval Command and Deputy Chief of the Indian Naval Staff Dr Norman Friedman, International Naval Consultant and Author Commander Paul Mayer, Naval Adviser, New Zealand High Commission -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interactive Pre-Conference Focus Day - 25th May 2004: The Role of Unmanned Vehicles in Future Naval Operations

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