Future Armoured Vehicles Central and Eastern Europe 2022
The premier meeting for armoured vehicle programme managers and military commanders in Central and Eastern Europe
16-17 May 2022
SMi Group are delighted to announce that Future Armoured Vehicles Central & Eastern Europe will return to its home in Budapest for its 8th year from 16-17 May 2022.
The Future Armoured Vehicles Central and Eastern Europe (FAVCEE) conference is the premier meeting for armoured vehicle programme managers and military commanders from within the Central and Eastern European region. In response to the ever-increasing digitalisation of the modern battlefield, and the emergence of new near-peer adversaries, there is a continuing requirement for the modernisation of armoured vehicle systems across the region.
FAVCEE is continuing to provide a world class event focused on military vehicles based in Europe, assisting with the continued learning and development of armoured vehicle programme managers and practitioners through briefings, panel sessions and focused discussion groups. Unlike other events, we strive to deliver real insight and learning experiences through the expertly selected participants who run our discussions ensuring the latest developments from all parts of the community (industry and military) are covered, in detail.
This conference will provide an enormous range of insight from many different nations and bring together many senior leaders from within the Hungarian Armed Forces. Briefings during the two-day conference will examine what these nations are doing to enhance and overhaul their fleets of armoured vehicles, and embrace new technologies.
FAVCEE 2022 Highlights:
Returning live in 2022 will provide an unparalleled opportunity for networking with peers and colleagues from across the region.
Keynote briefings from senior officers from friendly nations from across the Europe and beyond, proving insights into the latest technological and doctrinal developments with a focus on interoperability with NATO partners.
A unique focus on the key themes of interoperability, survivability, lethality, mobility, modularity, and situational awareness.