Learn about the latest developments and technologies in the world of Military Robotics - registration now open

SMi's 2nd annual Military Robotics conference takes place on the 21st & 22nd May 2014, London, UK.

London 23 January 2014


Military Robotics 2014 will aim to explore the fascinating world of robotics and the increasing demand in militaries around the world. The conference will draw upon valuable case studies of current systems utilised in military operations, new technology being used, the operational challenges that are faced and how to overcome them.

Key topics to be addressed include: developments of unmanned and autonomous ground and marine vehicles; key capability requirements; using armed robots on the battlefield; debates around the issues of artificial intelligence and legal implications. Click here for further information.

Book Your Place by 28th February and Save œ300 | Click Here to Register

New for 2014:

*Discuss new technology being developed and how to implement it within the military

*Understand the operational challenges currently facing military personnel

*Analyse the current developments surrounding EOD

*Develop ideas to maximise interoperability

*Hear future trends, challenges and outlooks for Military Robotics

Our 2014 expert speaker line-up includes:

*Dr. Bill Powers, Research Fellow, Center for Emerging Threats & Opportunities (CETO), Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, US Marine Corps

*Lieutenant Colonel Matthew A. Dooley, Chief of Lethal Branch, Army Capabilities Integration Center, US Army

*Lieutenant Colonel Hilmi Tekinsoy (Ret), Former Commander for Turkish Armed Forces, Freelance Defense & Security Consultant

*Professor Rafal Zbikowski, Professor of Control Engineering, Cranfield University

*General Thierry Cambournac (Ret), Formerly Inspector General of the Armed Forces, French Army, VP Human Resources, FINAERO

*Bradley Jay Strawser, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Department of Defense Analysis, US Naval Postgraduate School

*Lieutenant Colonel S├índor ZS├ŹROS, Hungarian Army, Head of Technologies Department, NATO EOD Centre of Excellence

*Dr. Peter Sapaty, Chief Research Scientist, Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems

Click here to view the conference brochure, including full details on speakers and presentations.

Do not miss the chance to stay up to date with the latest developments and challenges facing the world of robotics whilst having the chance to meet the key experts within the field.

Book your place today or contact the team on: +44 (0) 207 827 6054 for further information.

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