- Defence & Security
- Air Force
- Unmanned Systems & Robotics
- Soldier Systems
- Cyber Security & Defence
- Land Forces
- Logistics Capability
FUTURE FORCES FORUM consists of a compilation of events and activities at a high political, military and expert level. All events are primarily focused on the presentation of current and future needs of the armed and security forces, state-of-the-art technologies and R&D programmes with interactions between all involved participants due to the interconnected topics.
Future Forces Exhibition | Expert Panels | NATO Working Groups Sessions | Networking
FUTURE FORCES FORUM closely cooperates with relevant expert working groups from NATO, EDA and other international organisations. The members are actively involved in the expert programme, exhibition and other events within the Forum which gives our exhibitors and partners an exceptional opportunity to personally discuss lessons learned and particular requirements for future military/security applications. Company presentations during official meetings are also available.
Introductory strategic conference and follow-up international expert panels prepared in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces of the Czech Republic, NATO and the European Defence Agency (EDA).
Future Forces Conference - Strategic level
Future Land Forces Panel - Future needs, trends and capabilities of Land Forces
Future Air Force Panel - Future needs, trends and capabilities of Air Force
Three-day professional event – a set of security discussion panels and workshops as the official professional accompanying programme of the FUTURE FORCES FORUM.
Three-day professional event – a set of security workshops and a Live Hacking Show as the official professional accompanying programme of the international project FUTURE FORCES FORUM.
The Czech Air Force is due to replace its current fleet of the JAS-39 Gripen soon. This constitutes a similar challenge as was the replacement of the Soviet-made MIG aircraft 20 years ago. However, exponential technological development and unpredictability of current and future battlefield make this task increasingly difficult and ever-more complex. This complexity is, for example, well reflected in terminology as we now use the term Air Combat System, rather than aircraft.
Inter-domain and multi-disciplinary exchange of knowledge within Modelling & Simulation and Robotics communities of interest.
MESAS’22 is a conference organized by the NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence (M&S COE). The event gathers fully recognized experts from different domains: Military, Academia and Industry.
The aim of the activity is to exchange contacts and platforms within the robotics community, to unite schools of relevant professional fields, to share information and, last but not least, to promote robotics as a modern discipline.