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Future Indirect Fires Eastern Europe: Taking Firepower Forward
We are proud to host the third annual Future Indirect Fires Eastern Europe conference which will be held this year in Tallinn, Estonia from 19-21 November.
Centred on the unique security challenges in Eastern Europe, this event has established itself as the leading conference for Indirect Fires experts across the NATO Alliance and beyond. Putting the spotlight on NATO's Eastern Flank, Future Indirect Fires Eastern Europe will provide a platform for military leaders, technical specialists and industry experts to discuss the issues that will define success in the years to come in this region of special strategic importance.
This year discussions will look further into the development of new digitised fires systems and networked capabilities. Fire support as one of the crucial and inseparable elements of warfighting will be at the heart of the discussions along with a greater focus on munitions. The Future Indirect Fires Eastern Europe Conference will provide a comprehensive account of indirect fires modernisation priorities, battlespace integration, mobility and mechanisation, reconnaissance and surveillance, target identification, electronic warfare, and information, cyberspace operations and others.
Attend Future Indirect Fires to:
Learn from international fires experts about current modernisation programmes including the procurement of K9 155mm self-propelled howitzers by the Estonian Defence Forces and many others
Discuss NATO interoperability and learn how allied nations' artillery and fire support can operate together against an enemy in a multinational environment
Hear from advanced nations on improving situational awareness and cross-section target identification across the entire battlefield through incorporation of UASs and NATO compliant counter-battery radars
Shorten the kill-chain, learn how to enhance fires C2, and increase decision-making speed by integrating networked, software-intensive fire control systems
Upgrade precision of fire support and enable operations in GPS-denied environments through the incorporation of smart and precision-guided munitions