News & Events-Frazer-Nash Exhibiting at DVD2014

Frazer-Nash Consultancy will be exhibiting at the largest military land event in the UK, DVD2014. The event which is considered one the most important in the defence diary will take place at Millbrook proving ground in Bedfordshire on 25 and 26 June.

This year the event will focus on innovative, efficient and low cost solutions in context of the transition from Afghanistan to contingent operations. Frazer-Nash has a strong background in providing innovative solutions to tough engineering problems.

Frazer-Nash's most recent research contract win was for a concept design study into a novel armour-attachment system to enable the rapid fixing and removal of armour modules onto any military vehicle. The modular armour system concept demonstrates the potential to deliver cost savings whilst increasing capability for UK Armed Forces.   Read more

Frazer- Nash has also recently helped DSTL refine the methods for predicting lower leg injury in highly dynamic blast loading conditions. The research will be used to mitigate the risk of low leg injuries to service personnel when travelling in military vehicles. Read more

The two recent projects are the latest in a series of research projects that Frazer-Nash has undertaken. The projects not only show innovation but an in depth understanding of the defence industry, the issues that service personnel face on the ground, and the technical ability to deliver.


Tony Marsh, defence land business manager at Frazer-Nash said:

"Our continued growth in the Defence sector means that DVD is a regular fixture. We have considerable knowledge and experience across all aspects of the defence domain including vehicles, weapons, soldier systems, fuel and power systems, electronic systems and research applications.

Our systems approach uses skills from across the company and ensures that each client is supported by the right mix of experts tailored specially to their needs."


At DVD Tony Marsh will be promoting Frazer-Nash's capabilities and will be happy to answer any questions. Frazer-Nash's stand is C1-2

If you have any queries and would like to arrange a meeting with Tony Marsh. Then please email

Find out more about DVD2014