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Land Warfare Conference 2012: Potent Land Force for a Joint Maritime Strategy

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Focal areas

Lethality

  • Direct and indirect weapons and associated technologies,
  • Directed energy weapons 
  • Technology drivers for enhanced fire power
  • Small arms and ammunition
  • Warheads and lethality
  • Non-nuclear EMP and Microwave warheads
  • Weapon systems effectiveness modeling/validation
  • Delivery systems
  • Propulsion technologies
  • Fuse technologies
  • Fire control systems
  • Area denial weapons
  • Less than lethal systems
  • Combat vehicle weapons
  • Sensors and seekers
  • Terminal effects

 

C4ISREW

  • Sensors
  • Sensor and data fusion
  • Multi-level security
  • Automated surveillance and reconnaissance cueing
  • Navigation
  • Virtual reality and situational understanding
  • Automatic target recognition
  • Combat ID
  • Networking and communications
  • Tactical network attack
  • Imagery and mapping, mensuration

 

Soldier Modernisation

  • Lethality
  • Human Performance
  • Survivability
  • System integration
  • International Soldier Modernisation Programs
  • Close Combat
  • Counter Terrorism
  • Loads and load-carrying

 

Simulation, Modelling and Training

  • Technology training
  • Individual and collective combat Training
  • Weapons training
  • Command and Control procedural training
  • Synthetic environments for training
  • Human sciences
  • Virtual collaboration
  • Artificial intelligence and decision support
  • Performance measurement, verification and validation

 

CBRND

  • Detection and identification
  • Individual personal protection
  • Hazard management
  • Medical measurement

 

Force  Protection

  • IED detection, validation and threat mitigation
  • Electronic Warfare Self Protection (EWSP)
  • ECM
  • Ballistic and blast protection
  • Personnel protection
  • Vehicle protection
  • Rapid barriers
  • Survivability
  • Biotechnology
  • Bio/Chemical defence

 

Mobility and Counter Mobility

  • Obstacle/Barricade breaching and construction
  • Trafficability enhancement
  • Littoral mobility
  • Negotiating inland waterways
  • Assault and lines of communications bridging

 

Sustainability

  • Fuel, power and energy management, storage and distribution.
  • Power generation
  • Urban CSS
  • CSS in contemporary conventional warfare
  • Casualty management
  • Battlefield clearance
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Precision distribution
  • Amphibious CSS

 

Emerging Technology

  • Robotics
  • UAV
  • ULV and slaved land vehicles
  • Artificial intelligence in defence applications
  • MEMS
  • Nano-technologies
  • Computing technologies
  • Novel energy generation devices
  • Energy harnessing technologies
  • Space based systems
  • Innovative technology enhancements
  • Enabling technologies
  • Dual use technologies
  • Wireless networks
  • Networking in extreme conditions
  • UAV/UGV/UUV weapons
  • Advanced materials technologies

There is no restriction on the number of papers by each registrant. However, in order to maximize the opportunities for researchers to present their work, not more than two papers per registrant will be accepted for presentation.