Helicopter Technology Central and Eastern Europe
22-May-2019 to 23-May-2019
SMi’s Helicopter Technology Central and Eastern Europe conference is set to make its return next year to Prague, Czech Republic on the 22nd and 23rd May 2019, for its 4th year running.
The two-day event, which is sponsored by Leonardo, will host an international gathering of senior military experts from Central and Eastern European countries, who will present their current national situation in terms of helicopter technology, and will have the chance to meet and cooperate with allied and potential third-party partners to help support their helicopter capabilities.
Delegates will have the chance to receive high-level briefings on the key topics of modernisation and readiness of regional rotary fleets, procurement goals, national security, operations and interoperability, platform and programme upgrades, and much more.
Join the only conference in the world that specialises in rotary systems in the Central and Eastern Europe region, and hear from an international speaker line-up, which includes Germany, the US, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, and many more.
This highly-anticipated event promises to provide delegates with valuable perspectives and key updates on the operational excellence, maintenance, procurement of multi-purpose helicopters, and logistics in supporting upgrades of aging fleets as European nations move away from soviet-era helicopters.
Early bird savings! Register by:
January 31st and save £400
February 28th and save £200
March 29th and save £100
Register online at: http://www.futurehelicopter.co.uk/keypubwl
Prague, Czech Republic
Sponsored by Leonardo
Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please be advised to contact organisers to check that the event you wish to attend is still taking place as advertised.
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