Vehicle Maintenance & Repair 2009

Venue: Le Meridien Piccadilly

Location: london, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jul 14, 2009 End Date/Time: Jul 15, 2009
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Continuing operations in Iraq and Afghanistan are placing huge demands on the serviceability of military vehicles and delivering effective and cost efficient repair and maintenance capabilities has never been more important. Ensuring operational effectiveness means vehicle availability must remain at the highest level possible, for legacy platforms and new systems.

Defence IQ’s inaugural Vehicle Maintenance & Repair conference will directly address maintenance of ground vehicles, both in theatre and in depot, the partnerships between industry and military and between militaries, and the current programmes, technologies, initiatives and frameworks in place used to meet operational needs and ultimately improve readiness.

Discussion topics will include:

Vehicle Maintenance: The Current Situation and Future Aspirations
Maintenance Requirements, Planning and Management: A UK Perspective
NAMSA and Logistic Support: The NATO Logistic Stock Exchange
Vehicle Maintenance: US Army Programme Update
Case Study: The 1,000th Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle repaired, rebuilt and upgraded
Leveraging Maintenance within a Through Life / Lifecycle Management Framework
Ground Based Vehicle Health Monitoring for Lifecycle Cost Reduction
Condition Based Maintenance Plus within the Common Logistic Operating Environment
Contracting for Availability and Capability for the AFV
The Role and effect of Information Systems, Tools and Technologies for Asset Tracking, Data
Management and Health Assessment
JAMES (Joint Asset Management and Engineering Solutions) Programme - The Through Life Challenge of Delivering the Joint Vision
The Challenges of Tracking and Maintainability with Urgent Operational Requirements (UOR’s)
Remote Field Diagnostics & Prognostics for Vehicles
The Reality of Maintenance and Repair in the Operational Theatre
Depot Maintenance Benchmarking
Integrated Logistic Support (ILS): Contractor Maintenance Support for Deployed Forces