Future Indirect Fires Exhibitors


Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents and constantly develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs. Saab has more than 14 000 employees. Annual sales in 2013 were around SEK 24 billion and research and development corresponded to about 28 percent of annual sales.

Exhibitors and Sponsors



Antycip Simulation design and build custom simulation solutions that are not just a collection of COTS technologies - they are virtual environments, where training, analysis, modelling, research and understanding happen. Ultimately, what we do, and the way we do it, gets the very best of results for our clients. To find out more, visit


ROCKWELL COLLINS is a world leader in the design, manufacture and integration of advanced communications, data links and navigation systems for Armed Forces world-wide. The company provides systems meeting current and future Joint Fires requirements including digitization of the Fires chain and integration with C2 systems. Rockwell Collins has expanded from being a trusted partner in Digitally Aided CAS (DaCAS) into the Digitally Aided Fire Support (DAFS) realm. Together with countries that include Australia, Germany and the UAE, we have fielded and certified updated versions of FireStorm™ – a modular, state-of-the art and evolving digital joint fires system for the dismounted or mounted JTAC/FAC or JFO. FireStorm™ rapidly, accurately and safely coordinates artillery, mortars, NSFS and rockets - as well as DaCAS. 


European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA) represents the European training and simulation community and provides an environment for users and suppliers to exchange opportunities, ideas, information and strategies on training and simulation technology and methodology. 

Immersive Display Solutions (IDSI) designs and integrates affordable custom cylindrical and spherical projected display solutions for visualization, simulation and training. Utilizing best of breed technology from our broad base of technological partnerships, our display solutions are the perfect environments for the simulation of highly immersive experiences. This includes flight, driving, ground combat, situational awareness, or any other civilian, government or military operations that benefit from either a panoramic or completely immersed experience. IDSI offers components as well as complete solutions for permanent or deployable, single and multi-channel display solutions that are grounded in our clients' unique requirements.

Instro Precision Ltd. based in the UK is a recognised leader for the provision of target acquisition, surveillance and precise distance measurement technologies. Offering both standard and custom solutions to meet particular customer requirements, Instro sensors and sensor support systems combine industry leading technology with field proven reliability, making them the ‘system of choice’ in a number of global markets. 

Motion Analysis is the industry leader for wide-area, large volume, real-time movement tracking solutions. Their wireless, passive optical technology for the training simulation market produces 3D data that is unsusceptible to jitter, noise or field interference while being highly accurate and repeatable. Full-scale immersive, interactive environments can be created and supported.



DSET 2016 Exhibitors


SimCentric Technologies is a training simulation provider specializing in Instructor/Operator support applications, Joint Fires training products, computer generated forces middleware, and developer tools.  SimCentric focuses on the bottom-up development of novel and innovative products to deliver excellence in military simulation and training.  

Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) is a global software company at the forefront of simulation training solutions for military and civilian organizations. BISim develops high-fidelity, cost-effective technologies for tactical military training. We apply game-based technology to breakthrough, military-specific training and simulation software products. Visit

Microflown AVISA’s mission is to provide a complete 3D acoustic situational awareness by detecting, localising and classifying the full range of audible battlefield threats, such as:
Small Arms Fire
Engine driven platforms (helicopters, planes, UAVs, boats and ground vehicles)

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The list of exhibitors and sponsors for 2017 can be found below.

 Good Henningsen is a specialist Technical & Engineering recruitment firm providing staffing solutions across both permanent and temporary requirements for clients within the Aerospace & Defence industry. This is their particular area of expertise, placing both seasoned professionals within the industry as well as those who are just finishing their military careers and are seeking new challenges. Good Henningsen deliver the best talent to their clients by adopting a proactive, professional and precise approach to staffing solutions.

Barco, a global visualisation company, is at the forefront of technological advancements in high resolution projectors. Boasting in-house competence, state-of-the-art equipment and testing facilities, the projectors from Barco are designed, developed and manufactured in-house to perform in a variety of rigorous applications. The projectors are designed to be placed on motion platforms and are warranted to operate 24/7. 

The Ultra TRUESTRIKE system, is a globally sourced solution which brings together the best technology for use with ground and airborne forces in dismounted, mounted and HQ centred joint fires targeting roles. Ultra’s philosophy centres on partnering with global technology leaders in order to provide interoperable, proven equipment that is underpinned by open architectures and software definable features. Flexible and scalable, TRUESTRIKE can be deployed with additional tools and equipment to meet a given scenario and take advantage of continuous developments in technology. 

6 & 7 March 2018, Bristol