The Forum is organized under the auspices of the Czech President, Prime Minister, Minister of Defence, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs, as well as other relevant governmental bodies.
The event is also held in close cooperation and partnership with the NATO structures, organisations, and agencies that are involved in the programme. In conjunction with the FUTURE FORCES FORUM, the NATO Army Armaments Group (NAAG) Land Capability Group Dismounted Soldier Systems (LCG DSS), NAAG Joint Non Lethal Weapons Capabilities, NAAG Joint CBRN Defence - Capability Development Group (JCBRND-CDG), and NATO COMEDS CBRN Medical working groups should have their annual sessions in Prague. These groups cover about 400 experts in the given areas from the NATO and partner countries.
The programme again includes international exhibition, expert panels and other networking events. Four NATO expert working groups will also have their official annual meetings in Prague within the FFF 2022.
Participation has been already confirmed by official delegations from more than 30 countries.
FFF links users of the state-of-the-art technologies in military/civil security operations to manufacturers and researchers from all over the world.
The Forum is expected to feature:
- 200+ exhibitors
- International Expert Panels: 30+ events aimed at public and private sector cooperation
- Networking: 7000+ professional participants from 65 countries; 1200+ official delegates from governmental institutions; armed, security and rescue forces; national and international organizations (NATO, EU); and universities
All events are focused on presentations of current and future needs in order to ensure security, and on presentations of industry capabilities to provide armed forces, governments and international organisations with required solutions and technologies.