PRLog - June 9, 2014 - CHELMSFORD, U.K. -- The recent use of rotary assets during operations has identified the need for each platform to provide a multitude of capabilities for each individual mission. Original platform requirements have often been disregarded in order to achieve mission success in the modern battlefield.
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Over the 18th – 19th November Combat Helicopter (CH) 2014 provides the tri-services community with the unique opportunity to gain a clear understanding of future requirements and capabilities for next generation, multi-role rotary platforms.
CH 14, which is now in its second year, will attract an audience consisting of senior and influential tri service rotary aviation personnel from a host of major nations
The key discussion points will be the very latest issues surrounding combat helicopters including:
· Current operational feedback
· Crew aids
· Weapon systems
· Technology innovations
· Joint service integration on maritime platforms
· Overcoming the environment
CH 2014, organised by The Development Network, a well-known UK based defence event organiser, has a host of flagship events and is often seen as one of the most influential organisations for those wishing to decide upon the future of their maritime security policies. By continuing CH in 2014, The Development Network will strive to bring renewed focus on military aviation arena.
High on the agenda at this year’s meeting will be lessons identified in current combat, stability support operations, maritime integration, and assistance for pilots in contingency operations.
Nathan Martin, Managing Director of The Development Network said, “We are extremely pleased to be following up on the success CH 2013 by running the event again in 2014. By hosting the event in Rome, a hub of aviation expertise, we will continue to demonstrate the critical issues surrounding the use of rotary aviation on operations. “
CH 2014 will take place at the Meliá Roma Aurelia Antica hotel, Rome, Italy over the 18th and 19th November 2014.