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Attendee List 2018

Take a look at those job titles and organisations you can expect to see on site at this year's Military Power Systems conference. 

Attendee List 2018

Take a look at those job titles and organisations you can expect to see on site at this year's Military Power Systems conference. 

Gaining a tactical advantage through efficient power management

Ahead of Military Power Systems 2018, Defence IQ had the opportunity to gain exclusive insight from Tony White, Chief Technology Officer Land at Ultra Electronics and speaker at the conference. In this exclusive transcript of the interview, he outlines:What tactical advantages an efficient power management system can bring to troopsWhat...

Powering the soldier of the future: Current solutions and future investments

The increasingly complicated electronic hardware carried by dismounted soldiers on expeditionary missions are becoming heavier, and troops need to find solutions to efficiently generate the additional energy needed in austere environments. We surveyed military experts from across all domains – air, land and sea – to gain an exclusive insight...

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Saving lives by improving fuel efficiency

The operational need for investment into frontline renewables The military is in the business of winning war, not saving energy – this is the somewhat jaded sentiment that has often been voiced by fuel-focused defence personnel. Going ‘green’ was more likely to refer to the colour of their fatigues rather...

Operational energy in action

The US approach to training, moving and sustaining military forcesEnergy is a fundamental enabler of military capability. The ability of the United States to project and sustain the power necessary for defence depends on the assured delivery of this energy. It must be available at home and abroad, across air,...

MILSPRAY eyes renewable energy and armour composites market as new CEO targets rapid growth

Learn more about MILSPRAY here: www.milspray.com and get in touch at customerservice@milspray.comBrian Feser’s vision is to exponentially increase MILSPRAY's top line growth over the next two years while planning for long term growth, sustainability and viability. Having taken over as CEO in May, Feser is restructuring the company and adopting...

Breakthroughs in Energy-Storage Technology

At the U.S. Energy Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E), there have been several breakthroughs in energy-storage technology that could transform the electrical grid. Defence IQ's affiliate IDGA recently spoke with the Senior Commercialization Advisor, Ryan Umstattd, PhD, about these developments, about the future of energy-storage, and how current projects and...

Powering the Future Soldier

Has it ever looked so cool or been this easy to potentially never run out of power? I think not. See what the engineers from the Command, Power and Integration Directorate (CP&I), an element of the U.S. Army, has in store for our future soldiers such as; Renewable energy that...

Future Energy Concerns and Solutions - Interview with Don Juhasz

This exclusive interview with Don Juhasz, Director, Director Energy Resource Management, Defense Logistics Agency, previews his speaking session at the upcoming Tactical Power Summit and will uncover; Some of the energy solution challenges facing the DoD and other government agencies, programs that will help reduce the energy intensity for the...

Utilizing Smart Micro-Grids to Streamline Energy Production, Distribution, and Usage

Dr. Ashok Kumar & Tom Bozada, both Project Managers at the US Army Engineer R&D Center (ERDC), discuss the working definition for tactical microgrid, Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources (AMMPS), and results after 60 days of implementing the AMMPS, the Tactical Microgrid Standards Consortium (TMSC), creating interoperability between devices, and...

When the Tooth Forgets the Tail: Integrating Operational Energy Implications into System-Level Combat Effects Modeling

Endy M. Daehner, PhD, Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation presented on: Reconciling current energy guidance and future requirements is challenging. Rand corporation discusses their research on developing a methodology for a system-level assessment of the impact of operational energy (focusing on fuel needs) on combat and logistics effectiveness, as well as...