DVD2016 - 7th & 8th September 2016 at Millbrook.

What is DVD?

DVD is one of the most important events in the defence diary for those involved in equipment and support for the UK's Land Forces.

Who should attend DVD2016?

DVD is aimed at everyone who works to deliver and support equipment for the UK's Land Forces. If you are involved in Land Equipment for Army HQ, DE&S, Front Line Commands or the Defence Academy then this event is for you.

What is the theme of DVD2016?

The theme for DVD2016 will encompass the development, modernisation and sustainment of Army capability now and in the future. Building on the success of DVD2014 the scope will reflect the Army's continued focus on a return to a Contingent Operational footing.

What can I expect to see and do at DVD?

Those attending will be able to see a wide range of equipment on display from industry and the military, with more than 250 companies expected to exhibit at the event. This will include everything from specialist vehicles to all the equipment and services necessary to support deployment. Millbrook is able to offer over 70km of test tracks together with a range of conference venues and exhibition space.

What benefits does DVD offer DE&S, the MOD and industry?

Visitors can expect a full experience over the two days showcasing the equipment and technology that reflect the Army's continued focus on a return to a Contingent Operational footing. Attendance at DVD is crucial for those involved with land equipment and support, as they will have a great opportunity to meet with industry providers and increase their understanding of the military market and the challenges it faces.

Further details regarding exhibitor registration will be published here early January 2016.

For more information and to register your interest now email DVD2016@millbrook.co.uk

DVD2014 will once again bring together industry and Defence in the land equipment sector to develop ideas and generate greater understanding of technologies, capabilities and requirements.   DVD2014 will be jointly sponsored by the Army and DE&S Land Equipment, recognising the new capability role taken on by the Army as part of Defence Transformation. The forward acquisition plan, associated technologies and architectures, with reference to the continuing return to contingency