The Czech Republic will host the 13th edition of specialized international meetings and exhibition FUTURE FORCES FORUM (FFF) in Prague on 17 - 19 October 2018. All events are primarily focused on presentations of needs of armed and security forces, state-of-the-art technologies, R&D programmes, and business opportunities, with interactions between all participants due to the interconnected topics.
The principal objective of the forum is to deal with current and future issues related to soldier/Police individual systems, CBRN and medical, training and simulation, autonomous systems and robotics, logistics, GeoMetOc, population protection, counter terrorism, organized crime, law enforcement, cyber security, innovative solutions and materials, etc. Another important aim is to facilitate an active engagement between allied countries, international organizations (NATO, EU, UN, OSCE, etc.), private sector and academia, as well as other relevant stakeholders across the globe.
These topics will be discussed in the framework of the FFF events, consisting of the NATO working groups’ sessions, congresses, conferences and workshops. An important part will be the Future Forces Exhibition offering an excellent opportunity for manufacturers to present latest innovations and technologies to the wide community of governmental, military, security, international organizations, and business representatives.
The FFF responds to the latest trends and needs in defence & security and helps to achieve the so much sought interoperability.
The FFF 2018 will comprise at least the following events:
Future Forces Exhibition
Future Forces Individual Systems Congress – International Industry Day
World CBRN & Medical Congress
Multi-domain Advanced Robotics Systems Conference
NATO M&S COE MESAS – Modeling & Simulation for Autonomous Systems Conference
Logistics Capability Conference
Future of Cyber Workshops and Hacking Zone
Official NATO/EU Working Groups’ Sessions
GEN Petr PAVEL, M.A., Chairman of the Military Committee, NATO, about FFF 2016
“Thanks to the project, Prague became one of the hubs for representatives of the international security community – businesses, military, politicians and experts – to meet and interact on high specialist level. The military always benefit from such collaborative efforts, no matter whether they generate improved weapon systems, communications, surveillance technology, new camouflage systems, ballistic protection, defence against weapons of mass destruction, medical equipment or seemingly simple, but indispensable and perfectly functional buckles on our harness.”
For more information contact the FFF team:
International Coordination Centre FUTURE FORCES FORUM www.future-forces-forum.org
Progres Partners Advertising, s.r.o. www.NATOexhibition.org
110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic