DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS 2008 (DEW2008)

Venue: The Cafe Royal

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Feb 18, 2008 End Date/Time: Feb 20, 2008
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DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS 2008
Cutting-Edge Speed of Light Weaponry for the 21st Century
Two day Conference: 19th February-20th February 2008
Pre-Conference Workshops: 18th February 2008
Venue: Café Royal, London
Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300
Email: swaantje.buss@iqpc.co.uk
Web: www.defenceiq.com/uk/dew2008/ediary


Attending Defence IQ’s 5th Annual Directed Energy Weapons 2008 will give you essential insight into the current military programmes involving DEW technology from across the United States and Europe. Discover cutting edge research developments and see the needs and demands of worldwide military forces in the Directed Energy field.

Major areas of discussion for 2008 will include:

Non-lethal DEW’s including laser weaponry and microwave technology including the much revered Active Denial System
The Airborne Laser Programme’s current and future capabilities
IT infrastructure and electronic equipment vulnerability and susceptibility to DEW’s
The progress and developments on High Energy Lasers such as the MTHEL (Mobile Tactical High Energy Laser) programme
The potential and future applications of DEW in theatre

Hear what DEW 2007 delegates have to say…..

“Excellent, more than valuable”
Peter Sapaty, National Acadamy of Sciences, Ukraine

“Very knowledgeable panel. A very useful overview of DEW which gives a good impression of the current state of play”
Andrew Millard, PJHQ UK


Confirmed Speakers
Colonel Kirk Hymes, Director, Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate
Colonel Thomas Starlinger, Head of Precision Engagement,European Defence Agency
Frank Sabath,Primary Investigator, Federal Armed Forces Research Institute For Protective Technologies
Magnus Hoijer, Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI
Dr Rimantas Simniskis,Senior Research Associate, PFI Semiconductor Physics Institute
Susan Levine, Deputy Director, Joint Non-lethal Weapons Program

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