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DSEI media briefing schedule

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If you are attending the show, please visit our stand, located in the South Hall, H7-310, to see our wide range of advanced defence technology across land, sea, air and cyberspace.
We will run a series of media briefings at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2021, taking place from Tuesday 14 to Friday 17 September at ExCeL London. Please register your attendance for each briefing using the links below. Please note, the sessions will take place on the BAE Systems stand and will also be streamed live via Webex for those unable to attend the show in person, with joining instructions shared in advance.
 
Date
Time
Title
Location
Tuesday 14 September
10:00
Enhancing our space capabilities
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
13:00
Electric uncrewed air system concept vehicle
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
13:30
BAE Systems technology showcase
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
13:45
ARCHER mobile howitzer: International campaigns pursuits
ARCHER, East Entrance
1:1 slots available on day one and two
Next generation training for the Air Sector
BAE Systems stand, H7-310
Wednesday 15 September
10:00
Typhoon capability – fit for the future
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
13:30
CV90 D-series turret: Increasing the advantage on the battlefield
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
Thursday 16 September
10:00
The criticality of data in the future battlespace
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
12:00
Type 26 virtual tour
The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Tuesday 14 September
Presenters: Charles Woodburn, Chief Executive, BAE Systems
Ben Hudson, Chief Technology Officer, BAE Systems
Julian Cracknell, Managing Director, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Join this session for an update on the Company’s space strategy and how we are strengthening our space capabilities.

 

Presenter: Dave Holmes, Advanced Projects, Technology & Manufacturing Director, BAE Systems’ Air Sector
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Join this session to hear more about development plans for a ground-breaking electric uncrewed air system concept vehicle with significant payload capability and multiple military and potential civilian applications.
 
Presenter: Dave Short, Technology Director, BAE Systems
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Join this session for an insight into some of our key technology areas, including how our capabilities could interact through multi-domain integration and autonomy to provide information advantage to our Armed Forces. Dave will discuss global developments in autonomy, as well as showcasing some of the latest technological advancements we’re developing, including the autonomous seaboat (P24) and an autonomous armoured vehicle, M113, in trials with the Australian Army.
 
Presenters: Lena Gillström, Managing Director, BAE Systems Bofors
Stefan Lofström, Marketing & Sales Director, BAE Systems Bofors
Location: ARCHER, East Entrance
 
The ultimate in shoot-and-scoot artillery systems, ARCHER can quickly join the fight and strike at long ranges with a high rate of fire. A fully automated, flexible system already in service with the Swedish Army, ARCHER is designed for integration with many carriers allowing each country to maintain commonality with its existing platforms. Join us to hear the latest on ARCHER’s international pursuits, including Switzerland, the UK and the U.S., as well as the Swedish Army’s plans for additional systems by 2025.
 
Various times on day one and two: Next generation training for the Air Sector
Presenters: Andy Kendall, Director of Training Strategy, BAE Systems’ Air Sector
Sir Stuart Atha, Director Defence Capability, BAE Systems’ Air Sector
Location: BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
A series of one-to-one briefings led by Andy Kendall, Director of Training Strategy, to discuss our Next Generation Training ambitions. Supported by Sir Stuart Atha, Defence Capability Director, we will provide an insight into our role supporting our international customers to help shape their future training pipelines, built around our expertise in synthetic training. Please register your interest via the link above to secure a slot.
 
Wednesday 15 September
Presenters: Paul Smith, Head of Business Development, Typhoon Capability, BAE Systems’ Air Sector
Andrew 'Blyty' Mallery-Blythe, Typhoon Operational Requirements Manager, BAE Systems’ Air Sector
Dave Morris, Head of Campaigns, Major Air Programmes, Leonardo
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
This session will provide an insight into Typhoon capability upgrades, focusing on capabilities, which are being developed on Typhoon today, including the new advanced radar, touch screen large area displays, enhanced sensors and weapons. We will highlight the benefits these enhancements bring to the frontline fleet whilst supporting the development of technologies which will be at the heart of our Tempest ambitions.
 
Presenter: Roy Werner Russ, International Business Development Director, BAE Systems Hägglunds
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
The CV90’s new D-series turret represents a leap forward in design and functionality. Developed by BAE Systems Hägglunds, the enhanced turret will provide crews with improved protection and ergonomics resulting in increased combat effectiveness. Already selected by the Royal Netherlands Army as part of a $500 million upgrade programme, hear how the turret was developed based on years of combat-proven experience, a cognitive load study conducted by the Dutch Army and data analysis from the CV90 User Club – the seven nations currently operating CV90 fleets.
 
Thursday 16 September
Presenters: Rob Clifford, Head of Data, BAE Systems’ Naval Ships business
Darren Nice, Head of Digital Services, BAE Systems’ Maritime Services business
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Focusing on the breadth of our digital and data capabilities, this discussion will explore the criticality of data in the future battlespace and how our digital offering can enhance our customers’ capabilities through global deployed support, fleet availability and information advantage.
 
Presenter: Dominic Morley, Head of Business Development, BAE Systems’ Naval Ships business
Location: The Hub, BAE Systems stand, H7-310
 
Experience a first glimpse inside HMS Glasgow, with a virtual walk through of the first City Class Type 26 frigate being built for the Royal Navy. Hear the latest progress on the programme to deliver one of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warfare frigates.