Air defence capability gaps have become more apparent in recent years with the emergence of Unmanned Aerial Systems on the battlefield, which forced land forces’ commanders to take measures.
Major General Glenn A. Bramhall, Special Assistant to the Director Army National Guard, US National Guard understands well the need for land forces to operate freely without being constantly under threat with no means of defence. He will share his exclusive insight on the reintegration of SHORAD capabilities into the manoeuvre force at this year’s Full Spectrum Air Defence International and explains in this exclusive interview the reasons leading to the decision.
Air and Missile Defence programmes on the full spectrum are increasing, as the global threat context has initiated BMD, MEADS and SHORAD actions by allied troops. In this complimentary map, you will learn more about where future investment lie in air defence, from countries which will be present at the Full Spectrum Air Defence International conference, and many more!
Air and Missile Defence programmes and requirements continue to evolve at a rapid pace. The perceived threats posed by Russia in Europe and North Korea in the Far East have prompted increased BMD initiatives in these regions. At the same time, the market for all sectors of the Air Defence Systems market remains buoyant with over 30 countries having new procurement or upgrade programmes under way. The value of the Air and Missile Defence market is estimated to be over $30 billion in the next 10 years...[Find out more - download the report]
View the Google Map to browse the latest demands and requirements across the international military helicopter domain, as well as the latest senior officers and subject matter experts joining the Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) 2016 conference panel. Simply click on the red icons to view the requirements and the blue icons to view the speakers.