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Il presente e il futuro dell’artiglieria nei conflitti ad alta intensità

11/06/2024, Online event - h. 16:30

The Russian war on Ukraine has highlighted among NATO allies the importance of planning for protracted, large-scale, and high-intensity conflicts. In this context, artillery capabilities have regained significance, with an emphasis on survivability, quality, quantity, range, and munition stocks. However, successful integration into a wider array of capabilities (including long range precision fires) and advanced Intelligence Surveillance Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) capabilities are crucial for an effective artillery force. Meanwhile, in the maritime domain, recent events in the Red Sea have shown how naval artillery is gaining a prominent role as a cost-effective solution to defence from drone and swarming threats.

These issues are at the core of a IAI study that will be presented at a conference on 11 June 2024 and discussed by authoritative representatives from the armed forces, the industry and national institutions.