1 Programme / Terms and Conditions Status: nd International Urban Operations Conference The 2nd International Urban Operations Conference & Expo GERMAN ASSOCIATION FOR DEFENCE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE FOR STUDIES AND CONFERENCES Failing State Index 2013 October 20-22, 2014 dbb Forum Berlin Friedrichstraße Berlin Germany The (to date) attending Nations of the 2014 Conference: The Sponsors of the 2014 Conference: The event is chaired by the German Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center, organised by the Centre of Studies and Conferences of the German Association for Defence Technology. Conference Language: English
2 About the Conference In past decades, urbanization has been a steady process. In today s world, urban areas are key areas. In most cases, the one who is able to control it will prevail. Maintaining and creating stability and security in urban areas is a challenging task for today s security forces. The intensity of a mission may vary, sometimes in a matter of few minutes. Scenarios ranging from the routine assistance or show-of-force-approach to full-scale street -fighting can change rapidly, sometimes even at a moment s notice. Modern armed forces need to be trained, equipped and prepared for all levels of intensity in urban operations. They have to protect themselves as well as the local population, to control and protect key infrastructure and buildings, and ultimately need the ability to engage opponents. New threats of insurgency, terrorism and guerrilla warfare can only be matched by state-of-the-art intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance assets. Lessons Learned of past and current operations are worth to be shared and discussed. The Conference has the aim to present solutions for the abovementioned challenges. It will offer a platform for the exchange of experience from current missions and will present an overview of the new military concept of the German Army concerning urban operations. Representatives of industry have the chance to present their ideas, concepts and solutions to high ranking NATO and other military representatives. It is the second conference held in cooperation with the German Association for Defence Technology (DWT) on Urban Operations. The main topics this year will include situational awareness, reconnaissance, modern effectors and training. The conference is chaired by the DEU Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center in Cologne. Conference Chair: In 2014 the International Conference is chaired by Major General Erhard Drews, Head of the. The Conference will be co-chaired by Major General (ret.) Wolfgang Döring, Managing Director of DWT. Organiser Organizer of the Conference is the German Association for Defence Technology - Centre for Studies and Conferences, Hochstadenring 50, Bonn, Germany. Please see for details of the Organiser.
3 Fact Sheet Up to 400 guests from 40+ nations will attend the two days of the International Urban Operations Conference, held in the dbb Forum in the middle of Berlin. This high-ranking international meeting is organised by the Centre of Studies and Conferences of the German Association for Defence Technology and is under the auspices of the DEU Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center. The conference is a neutral platform for the exchange of information designed for attendees from international armed forces, police and security authorities, ministries, research institutes, embassies, industries and related professionals. In 2012 more than 400 visitors from 39 countries took part in the 1 st International Urban Operations Conference. Key Facts of the 2014 Conference: 2 days main programme + Ice-Breaker-Reception 12 Panel Sessions Wide spectrum of information Large exhibition area International Speakers Attendance free of charge for authorities Supported by DEU Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center Visitor Breakdown 2012: Authorities / Armed Forces / Police /... 56% Germany 51% Industries / Professionals / Others 30% European Union 27% Universities / Research Institutions 9% World 22% Press 5% Please see for a detailed review of 2012.
4 Ice-Breaker and Main Programme of the 1st Conference Day Monday, October 20, :00 Get together at the Ice-Breaker / Warm-Up Dorotheensaal of the Hotel Maritim proarte, Friedrichstraße :15 Welcome Cocktail / Welcome Notes / Dinner Speech Major General (ret.) Wolfgang Döring, Managing Director, German Association for Defence Technology (DWT) Lieutenant General Jörg Vollmer, Commander Field Army and Vice Chief German Army 18:45 Walking Dinner Buffet Eat, Drink and Talk 21:30 End of Ice-Breaker-Reception Tuesday, October 21, :30 Visitor Check In, Opening of the Exhibition, Welcome Coffee Conference takes place in the dbb Forum, Friedrichstraße :30 Welcome Notes Major General (ret.) Wolfgang Döring, Managing Director, German Association for Defence Technology (DWT) Major General Erhard Drews, Commander,, Chairman of the Conference Programme Session A Opening 08:40 DEU Army Perspective on Urban Operations Major General Erhard Drews, Commander, 09:05 Land Forces in the Urban Environment Brigadier Bob Bruce, Director Combat, Army HQ, MoD UK 09:30 Rafael and the Urban Challenge Brigadier General (Res.) Rami Ben Efraim, VP Business Strategy, Air & C4ISR Systems Division, RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems, Israel 09:55 Fundamentals of Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Norbert Dreschke, British Urban Doctrine Development Major Andrew Field, Tactical Doctrine Development B, UK Directorate of Land Warfare 10:25 Political and Strategic Challenges of Urban Operations Roderich Kiesewetter, MoP, German Parliament 10:50 Coffee Break, Dialogue with the Exhibitors Programme Session B Situational Awareness 11:20 Introductary Speech Geoinformation Support for Urban Operations Brigadier General Roland Brunner, Commander, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Centre 11:40 Introductary Speech Situational Awareness in Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Christian Brandes, 12:00 Luncheon 13:20 Panel Sessions I - III (Situational Awareness) 15:10 Coffee Break / Exhibition Programme Session C Reconnaissance 16:00 Introductary Speech Reconnaissance in Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Harald Einzinger, 16:20 Vulnerability and resilience assessment of urban areas Kai Fischer, Fraunhofer Ernst Mach Institute 16:40 Short Break 16:50 Panel Sessions IV-VI (Reconnaissance) 19:00 Walking Dinner Eat, Drink and Talk 22:00 Last order / end of first Day = Speaker / attendance confirmed
5 Main Programme of the 2nd Conference Day Wednesday, October 22, :00 Visitor Check In, Opening of the Exhibition, Welcome Coffee 08:40 Conference Continues Major General (ret.) Wolfgang Döring, Managing Director, German Association for Defence Technology (DWT) Major General Erhard Drews, Commander,, Chairman of the Conference The Conference Centre Programme Session D Modern Effectors 08:45 Introductary Speech Modern Effectors in Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Jörg Neureuther, 09:05 Urban Combat - Reports of a Bataillon Commander Colonel Mark Kenyon, Assistant Director Warfare, UK Directorate of Land Warfare 09:35 Coffee Break 10:00 Panel Sessions VII - IX (Modern Effectors) 11:50 Luncheon Programme Session E Education & Training 13:30 Introductary Speech Education & Training in Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Jesko Peldszus, DEU Army Training Command 13:50 Short Break 14:00 Panel Sessions X - XII (Education & Training) 15:50 Conclusions Major General Erhard Drews, Commander,, Chairman of the Conference Closing Remarks Major General (ret.) Wolfgang Döring, Managing Director, German Association for Defence Technology (DWT) Modern architecture. Traditional surroundings. Space for interesting dialogue. We would like to welcome to in the dbb forum Berlin, the convention and conference centre for politics, business and culture in the centre of the capital. Ideally situated on Friedrichstraße, in the heart of the government district, near to Gendarmenmarkt and the Brandenburg Gate, it is the perfect location for our event. Conference Hotel Hotel rooms are reserved in the Hotel Maritim proarte Berlin (200 meters to the conference centre.) As attendee you receive a 10% discount on the available internet rates. Please go to and use the booking code DWT_Ops14 or DWT199 to receive your discounted rate for the 2nd International Urban Operations Conference. 16:15 End of Conference
6 Panel Sessions I - III (Tuesday, October 21, 13:20-15:10) Panel Session I Command & Control Tuesday, 13:20-15:10, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Lieutenant Colonel Klaus Jürgen Andersch, 13:20 Introduction by the Chairman 13:30 Command & Control in Urban Operations Lieutenant Colonel Klaus Jürgen Andersch, 13:50 (Hi)Techs and the City Future Technologies and the UrbanOps Szenario Michael Sieber, European Defence Agency (EDA) 14:10 TARANIS Made-to-Measure Command & Control Andreas Schiel, Project Manager, ESG 14:30 Trunked Radio Systems in Urban Operations TRDir Peter Stracke, AIN IV 3, DEU MoD 14:50 Optronical Systems in Combination with C2 Ronny Simroth, Telefunken Racoms 15:10 Coffee Break / Continuation of the Main Programme Panel Session III Geospacial Support Tuesday, 13:20-15:10, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Colonel Jürgen Richter, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Centre Panel Session II Planning Tuesday, 13:20-15:10, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Colonel (GS) Jörg Busch, 13:20 Introduction by the Chairman 13:30 Engineer Contribution to Urban Operations Colonel (GS) Jörg Busch, 13:50 Crisis Water Supply in Urban Areas A Backup Concept for Collapsed Drinking Water Infrastructure Micha Brockmann, Kärcher Futuretech 14:10 Determination of Precise Target Locations for High Efficiency and low Collateral Damage Michael Basler, IABG 14:30 Novel Concepts for Protection Technologies and an Enhanced Situational Awareness in Urban Operations Dr. Bernd Fischer, ISL 14:50 Integrated Mission Planning and Analysis in Urban Environment Dominic R. Scales, tukom GmbH 15:10 Coffee Break / Continuation of the Main Programme 13:20 Introduction by the Chairman 13:30 Kinematic Digital Data-Collection of Topography and Infrastructure Lieutenant Colonel Erik Menzel, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Centre 13:50 Strategy for the Central Distribution of Simulation Databases using International Standards Dr. Christoph Averdung, CPA ReDev 14:10 Rapid creation of 3D Urban Areas to Support Operations and Planning Michael Mundt, Director Sales, Geosecure Informatik 14:30 R&D Project to Generate Geo-Information for Urban Operations Berthold Winck, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Centre 14:50 Navigation in an Urban Environment Lieutenant Colonel Wilhelm Friedrich Kersten, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Centre 15:10 Coffee Break / Continuation of the Main Programme
7 Panel Sessions IV-VI (Tuesday, October 21, 16:50-18:40) Panel Session IV Reconnaissance Tuesday, 16:50-18:40, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Lieutenant Colonel Kai Geigl, 16:50 Introduction by the Chairman 17:00 Advanced Reconnaissance Technologies for Future Vehicle Mission Systems Dr. Thomas Weise, Rheinmetall 17:20 Micro Robotics in the Dismounted Squad Lt. Colonel Matt Dooley, US Army Capabilities Integration Center ARCIC 17:40 PD-100 Block 2, Nano UAV for Safe Use in Urban Operations Jarl Eirik Straume, Prox Dynamics 18:00 Through-the-Wall Sensing Dr. Ulrik Neupert, Fraunhofer INT Dr. Marcus John, Fraunhofer INT 18:40 Beer Call / Dinner Speech / Walking Dinner Reception Panel Session V Data Management Tuesday, 16:50-18:40, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Lieutenant Colonel Dirk Wedhorn, 16:50 Introduction by the Chairman 17:00 Tactical use of Biometrics Lieutenant Colonel Dirk Wedhorn, 17:20 GLMAV Concept for a Fast Intervention Dedicated to Aerial Observation Dr. Eng. Patrick Gnemmi, ISL 17:40 Automatic DF Data Processing To Listen Behind the Obvious Lars Ohliger, Director Signal Products, Plath GmbH 18:00 Mobile Monitoring Urban Reconnaissance and Surveillance Georg M. Schweizer, Securiton 18:20 Topic to be determined N.N., Speaker to be determined 18:40 Beer Call / Dinner Speech / Walking Dinner Reception Panel Session VI Counter IED Tuesday, 16:50-18:40, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Colonel (GS) Thorsten Ludwig, 16:50 Introduction by the Chairman 17:00 Countering IED in Urban Operations Lieutenant Colonel André Buchardt, 17:20 Employment of Micro UAS for EOD and C-IED Exploitation Tasks N.N., E&Q Engineering 17:40 Attack the Network (I) Markus Lischka, 18:00 Threat from suas IED - Detection and Countermeasures Christian Janke, European Aviation Security Center e.v. 18:20 Attack the Network (II) Captain Martin Steinbrücker, 18:40 Beer Call / Dinner Speech / Walking Dinner Reception
8 Panel Sessions VII - IX (Wednesday, October 22, 10:00-11:50) Panel Session VII Battlefield Effectors Wednesday, 10:00-11:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Colonel Manfred Felber, 10:00 Introduction by the Chairman 10:10 Indirect Fire in Urban Operations Lieutenant Colonel Olaf Tuneke, 10:30 Scalable Warhead Effects Combined with Small Collateral Damage Footprints Markus Graswald, TDW 10:50 Optimization of Weapon Effects during Planning and Engagement Process Joerg Müller, MBDA 11:10 UniVeMo the German Standard for Assessment of Modern Effectors with Regard to Urban Operations Heinrich Dorsch, IABG 11:30 Effecting the Information Environement Colonel (GS) Frank Pieper, DEU Army Centre for Operational Communications 11:50 Luncheon / Continuation of the Main Programme Panel Session VIII Mobile Effectors Wednesday, 10:00-11:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Major Eike Sinzig, 10:00 Introduction by the Chairman 10:10 Study Equipment and weapons of the Future German Army Infantry Section Major Eike Sinzig, 10:30 The Family of Hand-Held Weaponsystems for Modern Infantry at Urban Operations N.N., Heckler & Koch 10:50 Substitution of Large Calibre Weapons to Increase Independency of small Infantry Units Michael Humbeck, Dynamit Nobel Defence 11:10 Modern and Precise Effetiveness in Urban Operations Jochen Dehner, MBDA 11:30 Terminal ballistic Performance of new Mid-Caliber-Effectors Dr. Lutz Börngen, Rheinmetall Waffe Munition 11:50 Luncheon / Continuation of the Main Programme Panel Session IX Equipment Wednesday, 10:00-11:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Colonel Christian Brandes, 10:00 Introduction by the Chairman 10:10 German Infrantryman - Extended System Colonel (GS) Christian Brandes, 10:30 Solution for Future Soldier Systems Marco Glöckler, Telefunken Racoms 10:50 Self-Sufficiency and Versatility with Portable Water Supply Systems Micha Brockmann, Kärcher Futuretech 11:10 PMMC G5, FFG's Vehicle Solution for Urban Operations Kay Dittloff, Flensburger Fahrzeugbau 11:30 Soft Armour A Unique Ceramic Ballistic Material that Protects Against Gunfire Anders Ruden, Saab 11:50 Luncheon / Continuation of the Main Programme
9 Panel Sessions X - XII (Wednesday, October 22, 14:00-15:50) Panel Session X Training Wednesday, 14:00-15:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Lieutenant Colonel Volker Steffen Hahn, DEU Army Training Command 14:00 Introduction by the Chairman 14:10 Qualification of Military Leaders for Urban Operation Lieutenant Colonel Volker Steffen Hahn, DEU Army Training Command 14:30 Urban Operations Training Battling Challenges through Innovation and Technology Captain Sander Cruiming, Royal Netherlands Army 14:50 Securing Better Training by Enhancing Instrumentation Philippe Tomczyk, RUAG 15:10 Adding more Realism into Urban Operations Training Peter Creutz, Saab 15:30 Training Urban Operations Pascal Berger, Solution Manager Defence & Security Systems, THALES 15:50 Continuation of the Main Programme / Conclusions Panel Session XI Challenges & Solutions Wednesday, 14:00-15:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Lieutenant Colonel Stefan Haese, DEU Army Training Command 14:00 Introduction by the Chairman 14:10 Preparing Military Units for Urban Operation Lieutenant Colonel Stefan Haese, DEU Army Training Command 14:30 Standard Test-Methods for Robots A Useful Tool for Scientist, Developers and First Responders Dr. Andreas Ciossek, COBHAM 14:50 Challenges of Army Aviation Missions in Urban Theatres Marcel Mämpel, Airbus Defence & Space 15:10 Entering the URBAN SPRAWL: Modelling & Simulation for Analysis, Training, and Exercises of Operations in Urban Terrain Dr. Pascal van Overloop, IABG 15:30 Air and Land Based Support for Urban Enviroment Guido Brendler, MBDA 15:50 Continuation of the Main Programme / Conclusions Panel Session XII Overarching Aspects Wednesday, 14:00-15:50, Room tbd Panel Chairman: Frank Beil, MBDA 14:00 Introduction by the Chairman 14:10 Full Spectrum of Urban Operations Training: Need for Integrated Solutions Benjamin Brok, Rheinmetall Defence Electronics 14:30 Understand, Shape, Engage, Sustain and Consolidate Cities: Civilian Component of MOUT Katarina Svitkova, Charles University Prague 14:50 Modular and Scalable Intelligence Systems Challenges and Solutions Torsten Düsing, Technical Marketing Manager, Plath GmbH 15:10 The Relevance of the DEU Army Combat Training Center for Urban Operations Lieutenant Colonel (GS) Lothar Biewald, Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center 15:30 Topic to be determined N.N., Speaker to be determined 15:50 Continuation of the Main Programme / Conclusions
10 Floor Plan of the Conference Centre
11 Conference Rates for Attendees The conference is open for members of the armed forces, police forces, the civil services, the parliaments and ministries, embassies, academia and business. The conference rates are as follows: A) Armed Forces, Police, Authorities, Diplomatic, Parliament, Press 1 : 0,- B) Research, Students, University, Institutions, others: 120,- C) Industries: 945,- (both days), 545,- (1 st day only), 485,- ( day only) The Conference rate includes: Attendance Ice-Breaker / 2x Lunch / Dinner Drinks Conference-CD Category A) 0,- 16,81 each or 42,02 Catering-Package (optional) 0,- 40,- (optional) Category B) 120,- 0,- 0,- 40,- (optional) Category C) 485,- / 545,- / 945,- 0,- 0,- 0,- Prices do not include GE taxes (+19% VAT) and costs for travelling and accommodation. 1 Authorities / Categories A.) as mentioned are i.e. Armed Forces, Police, THW, Fire Brigades, Embassies, Security Authorities, Ministries, Parliaments. If you are not sure about your status, please contact our organisation office in forefront of your registration. Exhibitor Options A-Options : Booth-Packages A2 / Basic / 2.970,- A1 / Mini-Booth / 1.390,- - Exhibition Stand of 1 m² and advertising column - Free access for 1 company member - 1x Bar Table, 1x Barstool, 1x Illumination - Walls printable (+ 170,- per element / max 4) - Package included services Package included services All package solutions include stand construction in Octanorm System with about 250 cm high, white walls and carpet. With options "A" a gray carpet is included. In the options "B", you can choose between gray, black, blue and red. All package solutions include the indicated number of free tickets. Additional tickets are offered at a 20% discount. A standard power supply in the form of a triple socket is available at each stand. High-Power connections are available for 290, - Euro including energy consumption. Your stand is guarded throughout the night and will be cleaned from the first to the second day. All packages include corporate branding at the conference website in the exhibitors section, and the company profile & logo in the conference magazine. - 6 m² space incl. basic booth - Free access for 1 company member - 1x Bar Table, 2x Barstool, 2x Illumination, Plant - Brochure Display, Counter - Front Panel with Logo, grey carpet - Walls printable (+ 170,- per element) - Package included services A3 / Standard / 5.770, m² space incl. basic booth - Free access for 2 company members - 1x (Bar) Table, 3x (Bar) Stool, 3x Illumination, Plant - Brochure Display, Counter - Front Panel with Logo, grey carpet - Walls printable (+ 170,- per element) - Package included services A4 / Presentation / 9.980, or 21 m² space incl. basic booth - Free access for 3 company members - 1x(Bar)Table, 4x(Bar)Stool, 5x Illumination, 2x Plant - Cross-Bars, 2x Brochure Display, Counter - Front Panel with Logo, carpet colour of your choice - Walls printable (+ 170,- per element) - Package included services A5 / Exhibition Space / 440,- / m² - Exhibition Space of your choice - incl. Basic Booth (no furniture) - 1 Ticket per 10 m² Contact for Exhibitors Stephan Brüss, Director Conference Management Tel.: GSM: Mail: B-Options : Sponsoring-Packages B1 / Bronze-Sponsor / 7.770,- - A3 Stand Package - (guaranteed) Speaker Slot in a Panel Session - Free access for 4 company members - Company Logo at the first page of the invitation - Supplements for the visitor information - Carpet colour of your choice B2 / Silver-Sponsor / ,- - A4 Stand Package - (guaranteed) Speaker Slot in the Main Programme - (guaranteed) Speaker Slot in a Panel Session - Free access for 6 company members - Company Logo at the first page of the invitation - Supplements for the visitor information - Carpet colour of your choice B3 / Gold-Sponsor / ,- - A4 Stand Package with 30 m² - Key-Note Industry in the Main Programme - Your own Panel Session (~ mins.) - VIP-Lunch or Dinner with up to 50 Guests - Free access for 10 company members - Company Logo at the first page of the invitation - Supplements for the visitor information - Carpet colour of your choice B4 / Lanyard-Sponsor / 2.900,- - Conference Lanyards with Conference Logo and your logo (furnished by Organizer) B5 / Bag-Sponsor / 6.900,- - Conference Bag with Conference Logo and your logo (furnished by organizer) - incl. branded pen, usb-stick, conference materials
12 Exhibitors Info-CD Visitors International Urban Operations Conference Re-Fax to => <= or Online at I/We take part in the 2nd International Urban Operations Conference as mentioned below. Free cancellation for attendees until October 10, 2014, after this date conference fee is due in full. A substitute attendee can be nominated at any time. Exhibitors can cancel booked stands free until August 08, Cancellation fee August 08 to September 05, 2014: 50%. Cancellations later than September 05, 2014: exhibition fee is due in full. Armed Forces, Police, Authorities, Diplomatic, Press 0,- 1 Exhibitor included Ticket 0,- Exhibitor additional Ticket 756,- Industry both days (incl. CD) 945,- Industry 1 st day only (incl. CD) 545,- Industry day only (incl. CD) 485,- Research, Students, University, Institutions, others 120,- Options Options Ice-Breaker-Reception Main Programme Luncheon Dinner Reception Optional: Catering for Armed Forces, Police,... Catering-Package for all Caterings 42,02 Catering: Ice-Breaker October 20th 16,81 Catering: Lunch October 21st 16,81 Catering: Dinner October 21st 16,81 Catering: Lunch October 22nd 16,81 Panel I: Command & Control Panel II: Planning Panel III: Geospacial Support Panel IV: Reconnaissance Panel V: Data Management Panel VI: Counter IED Options Main Programme Luncheon Panel VII: Battlefield Effectors Panel VIII: Mobile Effectors Panel IX: Equipment Panel X: Training Panel XI: Challenges & Solutions Panel XII: Overaching Aspects Please register online, if you want to pay via credit card (AMEX, Master Card, VISA). +++ please sign up online +++ it takes just 2 minutes +++ confirmations exclusively for online registrations +++ A-Options / Booth-Packages A1 Mini-Booth 1.390,- A2 Basic 2.970,- A3 Standard 5.770,- A4 Presentation 9.980,- A5 Exhibition Space of m² (440,- / m²) Please choose carpet Colour: Grey Black Blue Red B-Options / Sponsoring-Packages B1 Bronze-Sponsor 7.770,- B2 Silver-Sponsor ,- B3 Gold-Sponsor ,- B4 Lanyard-Sponsor 2.900,- B5 Bag-Sponsor 6.900,- Green White Sand HKS colour # CD with all lectures and available information Conference CD for authorities 40,- Conference CD for Industries (not attending) 90,- Conference CD for Industries (attending) 0,- Institution / Company Rank / Title / Given Name/ NAME Address City / Date / Signature / Stamp Phone / Fax (mandatory) Invoice Address (if different) Important Notss: - With your accreditation you agree to the storage of your data for events of the GE Association for Defence Technology - Centre for Studies and Conferences according to GE law. - All prices subject to German VAT. 1 Free attendance to be verfified by the organizer. Authorities are i.e. Armed Forces, Police, THW, Fire Brigades, Embassies, Security Authorities, Ministries, Parliaments. If you are not sure about your status, please contact our organisation office in forefront of your registration. Liability: In case of cancellation for any reasons, registered participants and exhibitors will be notified immediately and any participation and exhibition fees will be reimbursed. In this regard, the liability of SGW shall be limited to the participation and exhibition fees. Organisation: Studiengesellschaft der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Wehrtechnik mbh, Hochstadenring 50, Bonn, Managing Director: LtCol (ret.) Wolf Rauchalles, Tel.: , Fax: , Bank: Sparkasse KölnBonn, BIC: COLSDE33, IBAN: DE , VAT Nr.: DE , HRB 7692, AG Bonn.