This October, Prague will become a meeting point of defence and security industry and NATO representatives, together with other relevant international organizations, in occasion of Future Forces Forum - a project focused on modern technology for today’s soldier, Integrated Rescue System (police, fire rescue corps, emergency systems, paramedics), and other security forces. The compilation of events will be held from 19 to 21 October in Prague, Czech Republic.
An outstanding expert programme involving more than 160 speakers from 20 international institutions and 20 countries is dedicated to a wide range of topics. The professional public open programme includes World CBRN and Medical Congress; Future Soldier Systems Conference; Military Advanced Robotic Systems Conference; Future of Cyber Conference; CBRN Workshop; Medical Workshop; Geospatial, Hydrometeorological and GNSS Workshop and Logistics Capability Workshop.
Last but not least, FFF will present state-of-the-art technologies within Future Forces Exhibition on 19 – 21 October 2016.
During the Forum, more than 20 official NATO expert working groups’ sessions will take place in Prague. Participating members are actively involved in the expert programme, exhibition and other Future Forces Forum events which gives its attendance an exceptional opportunity to personally discuss lessons learned and particular requirements for future military/security applications.
Do not hesitate to register under excellent conditions:
FREE ADMISSION TO THE EXHIBITION for the trade visitors is possible upon the on-line registration till 10 October 2016.
Members of government, military, police, firefighters, EMS, academia and students have a FREE entrance to the expert events (except Future of Cyber Conference).
More information and on-line registration is available at www.future-forces-forum.org