LAND FORCES 2022, from 4 - 6 October 2022 at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre in Brisbane, Queensland, will be a key meeting hub for Australian and international industry, defence, academia and government, as the Australian Army executes the largest peacetime acquisition phase in its history.
While Army is implementing service entry for the 211 Rheinmetall Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles acquired under Project Land 400, it is also introducing 1100 Thales Hawkei Protected Tactical Vehicles and acquiring up to 450 new Infantry Fighting Vehicles, 30 Hanwha self-propelled howitzers, 29 Boeing AH-64 Apache helicopters and upgrades to its small arms, soldier systems and communications.
Each of these major programs offers opportunities for Australian industry to not only create and maintain a sovereign capability for manufacture, maintenance and support for these systems, but also to demonstrate capability to join international supply chains of their manufacturers.
The LAND FORCES International Land Defence Exposition is the largest event of its type in the region. Despite the challenges of COVID-19 the 2021 LAND FORCES attracted:
LAND FORCES 2022 will again provide a platform for engagement through:
LAND FORCES 2022 will be a powerful forum for key decision-makers from throughout the region, enabling government representatives, defence officials, military procurement managers and senior army officers to network with defence materiel manufacturers, equipment suppliers and service providers.