Upcoming Events

InterComms will be attending the following events throughout 2024 / 2025

If you would like to find out more about our company or projects please feel free to talk with our representatives at the various events.


Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA

08/07/2024 - 09/07/2024
Arlington, VA

100+ Attendees | 2 Day Conference | 15+ Speakers | Ethics Focus Session | 3 International Perspectives | Dedicated Networking Opportunities

Don't miss out on the premier US event uniting ground robotics experts! Join us for an unparalleled opportunity to network and collaborate with dynamic international militaries, offering unique perspectives on the latest advancements in robotic capabilities.

With the US DoD investing heavily in land robotics to enhance warfighter lethality and safety, this event is essential for staying ahead of the curve.

For more information please visit:
https://www.smgconferences.com


Urban Operations Summit 2024

10/07/2024 - 11/07/2024
National Harbor, MD, USA

Utilising emerging tech in the future urban battlefield

The 2024 Urban Operations Summit will focus on the tools, techniques, and training required to navigate the future urban battlefield. Speakers will discuss the development of technology and tactics needed to navigate expansive subterranean and urban terrain. Presentations will highlight the current ground conflicts ongoing both in Israel and Ukraine, recent changes to military doctrine, modern training strategies, and the development of innovative technologies aimed at supporting Warfighters in urban landscapes. 

For more information please visit:
https://urbanops.dsigroup.org


Future Forces Exhibition & Forum

16/10/2024 - 18/10/2024
Prague, Czech Republic

International Exhibition | Expert Panels | NATO Working Groups | Networking

Future Forces events has been a networking hub for international defence and security community for over 23 years, providing platform for B2B, B2G and G2G meetings. International exhibition and expert panels are aimed on the latest trends and technologies in defence and security. The primary objective is to develop security and defence cooperation within NATO, EU and other partner countries, military and civil authorities. All events are focused on presentation of current and future needs in defence and security, and on showcase of new technologies with interactions between users, industry and academia.

It is as an excellent opportunity to exchange views on the identified areas of priority, while providing in parallel the opportunity to discuss and present a range of important issues of mutual interest with all stakeholders involved in defence and security field.

Main Events (Program to be updated and expanded):

  • Future Forces Exhibition
  • Official NATO Working Groups Sessions
  • Future Forces Conference
  • Future Air Force Panel
  • Future Land Forces Panel
  • CBRN & Medical Conference
  • Defence Interests in Space Panel
  • Future Integrated Forces Panel
  • Future Technologies & Innovations Panel
  • Future of Cyber Conference
  • MESAS’24 – Modelling & Simulation for Autonomous Systems Conference
  • Multi-Domain Advanced Robotic Systems Conference

For more information please visit:
https://www.natoexhibition.org


Global Defence Helicopter 2024

22/10/2024 - 24/10/2024
Warsaw, Poland

The 11th Global Defence Helicopter (GDH) meeting takes place in Warsaw, Poland over the 22 – 24 October 2023, building on last year’s success when we welcomed over 700+ representatives from 50 NATO and friendly nations.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine, terrorism, migration and human trafficking, the challenge of China’s international policies, cyber and other asymmetric threats, rapid advances in space, and climate change are some of the current NATO challenges. The endorsement by its 30 member nations of the NATO 2030 agenda has global implications hence increased dialogue and cooperation in the Asia Pacific region and strengthened engagement far beyond the Euro-Atlantic area.

With speed of response and tactical agility being at the heart of solutions to many of these defence and security challenges, rotary wing aviation – crewed and increasingly uncrewed – remains a critical capability for militaries of all sizes and capabilities.

It is therefore with pleasure that Global Defence Helicopter will return once again to Warsaw. Geographically at the heart of NATO’s response to Russian posturing towards Eastern Europe, Poland is also midway through a €43.2bn Technical Modernisation Plan for its armed forces, setting the standard for defence acquisition to counter modern as well as more traditional threats.

For more information:
https://www.defenceleaders.com


Future Land Forces 2024

05/11/2024 - 07/11/2024
Warsaw, Poland

Globally, our land forces are facing complex threats that will challenge our ability to compete with peer adversaries in future warfare. Recently our peer-like threats have not been standing still, far from it. They have been observing our armaments, equipment, and tactics to develop an increasingly capable force of their own. As a result, our land forces now face a multitude of advanced threats; including uncrewed aerial systems, anti-armour rounds, loitering munitions and Cyber/EW effects to name but a few. As a result, land forces are transforming physically, conceptually, and culturally to maintain advantage in an ever-shifting world shaped by technology, climate change and increasingly aggressive peers.

To address future challenges, nations must identify and anticipate their capability gaps and develop solutions to these at pace. This is critical for land forces to deter conflict and, if called upon, counter and prevail over our adversaries in combat. Success in future land warfare requires learning the lessons of the past coupled with innovative, and cutting-edge solutions to meet the characteristics of the information age battlefield. Increasingly our land forces must operate jointly across domains, with allies and partners to contribute effectively towards large scale combat operations.

Future equipment is being designed to be more lethal, expeditionary, and integrated, centred around digital capabilities. This ‘Future Land Forces’ conference will bring together an authoritative speaker faculty with leading industry experts, programme managers, capability and requirements teams, front-line commanders, engineers and scientists to provide a forum for sharing common problems, networking and finding solutions to the problems land forces face now and in the future.

For more information:
https://www.defenceleaders.com

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