DSEI 2013 - 10 to 13 September - ExCel London
DSEI 2013, 10th to 13th September at ExCel London, is the world’s largest fully integrated defence and security exhibition.
Every two years DSEI (Defence and Security Equipment International) brings together the entire defence industry to source the latest equipment and systems, develop international relationships and generate new business opportunities.
The dedicated Naval Zone focuses on topics of current importance to the maritime community including maritime security, power projection, amphibious and carrier group forces capabilities, future naval ship design, mine hunting and the future role of OPVs (Offshore Patrol Vessels).
DSEI 2013 features RIB and high speed craft exhibitors plus an extensive waterborne demonstration. This includes an expanded marina featuring in depth scenarios encompassing current and future threats to maritime security and naval warfare.
Combining high quality exhibitors across the supply chain, educational content, networking opportunities and the ability to see new technologies first hand DSEI gives 30,000 international visitors access to:
Specialised Air, Naval, Land, Security, Unmanned, Medical & Disaster Relief Zones
6 new dedicated seminar theatres offering free educational sessions and showcases
40 international pavilions including Australia, Brazil, South Korea, UAE, UK, USA
Pavilions hosted by the AOC, the Navy League and dedicated Cyber Pavilion
Static vehicle displays for land, air and naval sectors
Visiting naval ships and research vessels are onsite and available to tour
Unmanned focus including UAS conference and Unmanned Systems demonstrationsThe RIB & HSC Directory is pleased to be a media partner and supporter of DSEI 2013
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