Future Forces Forum: Prague will be hosting the most important project in the field of Defence and Security

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Future Forces Forum

(Future Forces Forum, 2018)

The most important domestic event in the field of defense and security FUTURE FORCES FORUM (FFF) will take place at PVA EXPO PRAHA on October 17 – 19, 2018.

FFF is the largest meeting of military and security industries with representatives of national armies, NATO, scientific communities, universities and other organizations. Experts and the general public will learn where the security forces are heading towards, where the development of new military technologies is taking place, and what threats our society will face in the future.

An international exhibition and a series of expert events aimed at using modern technologies to ensure defense and security at national and international level, the future needs of the armed forces and security forces, and the protection of the population and critical infrastructure, will take place within the FFF.

The program will be traditionally attended by leading representatives of the governmental and security forces of the Czech Republic, including the Army, Police, Fire Rescue , Security Services, Prison Services, Customs, as well as internationally recognized experts from foreign security forces and international organizations including NATO, the European Defense Agency (EDA), EU working groups, commanders of national armed forces and police forces, the commercial sphere, scientific development institutions and academia, project managers of modernization programs, members of national procurement and standardization offices, security directors of strategic institutions being part of critical infrastructure components and many more.

Participants will be able to get acquainted with the latest products and technologies from both domestic and world producers, who have prepared several world premieres. Among the exhibitors will be LOM PRAHA, VOP CZ, Česká Zbrojovka, ICZ, BAE SYSTEMS, Rheinmetall Defense, and many others.

Part of the program will be dynamic demonstrations of the capabilities of armed and security forces as well as demonstrations of the latest technologies, including exoskeletons.

Traditional themes include, in particular, Individual Equipment, Armaments and Protection; WMD (CBRN) Protection; Medical Devices; Unmanned and Robotic means; Logistic Security; Geography, Hydrometeorology and Global Navigation Satellite Systems; Cyber Defence and Security. New themes of this edition will be Modeling and Simulation, and Biometrics.

New experts’ events will be held under the FFF heading – the NATO Workshop on the Use of Exoskeleton in Combat Missions, NATO Workshop on Military Health Concepts Development and Experiments, the NATO Scientific Conference on Modeling and Simulation for Autonomous Systems, and the Scientific Workshop on Modeling and Simulation.

The FFF is expecting 8000 participants, 200 exhibitors and hundreds of experts.

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