Developing the Technology and CONOPS to Bring Directed Energy to the Battlefield

With the groundbreaking testing of a Laser Weapons System aboard the USS Ponce and the Royal Navy looking to build on this before the end of the decade, directed energy systems have never been closer to becoming integrated as fully operational military systems.

The potential for the capabilities of the armed forces to block enemy electronics and communications, protect convoys in high risk zones, and protect critical land, naval and airborne assets is crucial in preparing for future threats, and is quickly becoming incorporated into the vision of nations with active programmes. Active denial systems and other non-lethal DES applications for police and civil enforcement remains a controversial topic, whilst also seeing vast investment and research in the area.

Challenges surrounding power supply, size and weight remain elemental in the research and development stage, whilst ruggedisation remains a key inhibitor to real-world deployment.

With unrivalled international participation, Directed Energy Systems 2016 is the perfect opportunity for you to engage with the world’s premier DES authorities.

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Directed Energy Systems 2016 will allow you to:

 

Gain the latest information on new technologies including high energy laser systems, active denial systems, engine stoppers and dazzlers

 

Hear from key military thought leaders about their vision for the adoption of DES into their existing capabilities

 

Debate with your international peers and colleagues how to best integrate DES and how you can mitigate future challenges

 

Identify the challenges faced by military personnel testing laser systems in real-world theatres and incorporate this knowledge in your own future force development and product progression

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