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18 Nov 21. UAE says it signs agreements worth around $6.1bn during Dubai Airshow so far. The United Arab Emirates signed 23 agreements with local and international companies worth around 22.5bn dirhams ($6.1bn) during the first four days of the Dubai Airshow, the Ministry of Defence said on its official Twitter account on Thursday. (Source: Google/Reuters)
17 Nov 21. The Company “Army Recognition Group” is appointed with its online Defense and Security magazines Army and Navy Recognition, as Official Media partner for ExpoDefensa 2021 and will provide the Official Online Show Daily News and Official Web TV for ExpoDefensa 2021, International Defense and Security Exhibition that will take place in Bogota, Colombia from 29 November to 1 December 2021. The organizers of ExpoDefensa 2021 understood the interest of using the international notoriety and popularity of Army and Navy Recognition online Global Defense & Security magazines to deliver all news of the event and to provide the exhibitors with a global online window in parallel with ExpoDefensa 2021 exhibition about the latest defense and security technologies and innovations.
As Official Online Show Daily News and Official Web TV for ExpoDefensa 2021, the Army and Navy Recognition editorial team will have a significant presence at the show to provide full coverage of these events. Thanks to the daily online publication and updating, in case you cannot attend ExpoDefensa 2021, follow all activities of ExpoDefensa 2021 with our news coverage, reports, pictures, and Web Television.
Our Official Online Show Daily News and Official Web TV ExpoDefensa 2021 provide full editorial coverage of the event for all exhibitors with a global online window in parallel with ExpoDefensa International Defense and Security Exhibition about the latest technologies and innovations of defense and security industry and military equipment. Our Online Show Daily News is usually read by more than 35,000 people per day, from 130 countries during the event. Our Daily Videos will be also published on the Official website of ExpoDefensa 2021.
With our Official Web TV of ExpoDefensa 2021, we will provide daily videos with interviews, reports, and full coverage of the event. Thanks to the popularity of our Online Defense and Security Web TV News channel hosted on Youtube with more than 157,000 subscribers, one m views/month and more than 3,300,000 minutes view/month.
At the same time, Army Recognition Group provides a free service for all exhibitors, with the publishing of the latest press releases in the Official Online Show Daily News ExpoDefensa 2021. Army Recognition Group proposes a new range of online marketing and advertising solutions such as product technical datasheets, company profiles, banners, logos, and videos, etc.
Should you wish to have your company press releases in the Official Online Show Daily News of ExpoDefensa 2021, simply send them us to this link: https://www.armyrecognition.com/form/50-no-title.html
16 Nov 21. Three Counties Defence and Security Expo in-person event at Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire. This year’s show was our most successful event yet, with over:
- 1600+ visitors
- 130+ exhibitors
- 30+ speakers
“A niche event that provides MOD, DE&S and industry engagement for specialist communities that is not replicated elsewhere” MOD
3CDSE Expo and Conference is the UK’s most diverse and forward-thinking security expo, bringing together the UK’s leading innovators to create a forum for mutually beneficial commercial discussions between industry, armed forces, government, law enforcement and emergency services.
- More than 130 exhibitors including Prime Contractors and leading SMEs
- Meet face to face. Reconnect with your industry in a safe and secure way
- See first-hand transformative technologies
- Share insights, challenges, opportunities and threats face to face with peers.
- Meet the leading players pushing the boundaries of innovative tech
- Place yourself at the heart of the innovation conversation
“Fortinet were delighted to be sponsors at the successful 3CDSE 2021 which sets a new industry event standard for combining technology innovation, industry collaboration and MOD staff engagement” Chris Parker, MBE, Director, Fortinet.
15 Nov 21. UK space sector survey – Size and Health 2021. The annual ‘Size and Health of the UK space industry’ survey – the primary source of evidence used to track growth in the sector – is now open
In 2021, the survey will be carried out by BryceTech on behalf of the UK Space Agency, and is open to responses from space sector organisations across the UK.
Having an up-to-date national picture of the sector will help ensure the UK Space Agency’s work to deliver the new National Space Strategy is shaped by the latest information.
Complete the survey here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/Q7CCRI/
The 2020 survey demonstrated significant growth in income and employment, and indirect benefits of satellite services to other industrial sectors worth £360bn of UK GDP.
All information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence, and only aggregate anonymised information will be published.
The closing date is 13 December 2021. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
12 Nov 21. NEDS 2021 postponed until February 24th 2022. The recent surge of COVID-19 infections and the measures announced by the Dutch government on November 12th has unfortunately made the NIDV decide to postpone the NEDS until February 24th, 2022, after consulting the Ministry of Defence. We very much regret this drastic decision at such short notice. The decision to postpone NEDS 2022 was influenced by both the Outbreak Management Team’s advice and the government’s decisions based on that advice. We also considered the consequences for the image of the defence and security sector if we were to allow the event to go ahead. This is, after all, an issue of public health and we should not treat it lightly.
We intend to hold the exhibition on February 24th, 2022 in as unchanged a manner as possible under the circumstances. The theme of “The Climate and the Armed Forces” will remain the same as well and our main sponsors Damen/SAAB have guaranteed their support for the postponed event.
We fully understand the disappointment and the enormous challenges that this postponement entails for everyone. We respectfully ask for your understanding. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have regarding this postponement and to help you handle the transition to the NEDS on February 24th.
We wish you all the best and hope you stay safe and healthy in these challenging times.
www.nidvexhibition.eu/en/ For general questions, please contact
16 Nov 21. Air and Space Power Conference 2022 to include Innovation Expo. The RAAF’s Air and Space Power Conference 2022 (ASPCon22) will feature an Innovation Expo as part of its focus on resilience and innovation in air and space power. The organisers are calling for abstracts for the Innovation Expo – submissions close 1 December.
Organised by the RAAF’s Air and Space Power Centre in Canberra, this will be a cutting-edge event that connects research and innovation from Defence, research institutions, academia, startups and industry.
The event will showcase and provide access to key innovators and stakeholders from across the ADF’s air and space domain.
Further details here. Respondents can register their interest in presenting at ASPCON22 via the Abstract Submissions Portal: https://raaf.eventsair.com/PresentationPortal/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2FPresentationPortal%2F2022-air-space-power-conference%2Feoi
12 Nov 21. UDT 2021 takes teamwork to the underwater domain. UDT 2021 takes place 15-17 December in Rostock, Germany. Senior military personnel and industry experts will put the operational dynamic of ‘teamwork in the underwater domain’ front and centre when the global undersea defence community comes together at UDT 2021 in Rostock, Germany, in December. Accepted as one of the harshest operating environments on earth, cooperation and collaboration – the essence of teamwork – are critical aspects of achieving full-spectrum dominance in underwater warfare. From tactical to strategic operations, missions such as seabed protection, mine warfare and anti-submarine warfare rely on teamwork between manned/unmanned platforms, across national fleets and joint maritime forces. UDT aims to bring industry, academia and research organisations into this collaboration, to support operators in expanding their maritime global presence, leveraging existing capabilities, and developing new technologies and methodologies within the complex and unrelenting underwater domain. Within the teamwork theme, the UDT conference has been built around four core pillars: Platform Design; Sensors & Processing; Uncrewed, Remotely Piloted & Autonomous Systems; and Operational Drivers & Imperatives. The conference will open with senior military personnel delivering insights into ‘the Golden Triangle of Undersea Defence Development’, with opening remarks from RAdm Jon Pentreath followed by the keynote address from RAdm Ulrich Reineke, Head of the Planning Department, German Naval Command; and a panel session including representatives from the navies of Spain and the Netherlands and the UK MOD, alongside the German Navy.
Day two will open with a keynote and panel session on ‘German Naval Development Programmes’; while day three will open with a keynote on ‘German Naval Research Programmes’, followed by presentations on ‘Maritime research: An evolutionary approach’, ‘Multi-static Sonar Performance Prediction’, and ‘Vector Sensors for Maritime Uncrewed Systems’, from the Bundeswehr Technical Centre for Ships and Naval Weapons, Maritime Technology and Research.
“The UDT conference and exhibition is unparalleled in its ability to connect top-ranking naval personnel, the brightest minds in academia, the most innovative aspects of industry and policy decision makers, all working with a single goal to deliver innovation and capability for the underwater domain”, RAdm Jon Pentreath, Senior Naval Advisor, Clarion, said. “It has been a long two years since we have been able to come together at UDT, so it is with an immense sense of anticipation that I look forward to welcoming old and new friends and colleagues to Rostock next month to get to grips with the challenges facing our sector, and how we can – with teamwork – overcome them.”
AOC Europe connects organisations and individuals across government, defence, industry, and academia to promote the exchange of ideas and information, and review the latest advances in electromagnetic and information-related fields. With a history spanning more than 25 years, AOC Europe is the Association of Old Crows’ flagship international event with 70+ manufacturers and 1000+ attendees from 40+ countries coming together to engage, innovate and network and to discuss all things within this dedicated sector.
Our 2022 conference theme:
Integrating Electromagnetic Effects across all Domains
The control of the electromagnetic spectrum is a fundamental requirement in modern warfare in all domains whether land, sea air, space, information or cyber. Systems operating in these domains must be able to communicate, make decisions, share information and take actions in a coordinated, controlled and effective manner using the electromagnetic spectrum.
To achieve and maintain this dominance, electronic warfare, radar, navigation, situational awareness and other information and communication systems require significant levels of integration and interoperability across all types of platforms and in all domains. Innovative integrated systems requirements, applications and enabling technologies will be considered from intelligence data gathering, analysis and data fusion through to the deployment of countermeasures and other actions that use the electromagnetic spectrum.
For more details on exhibiting/sponsoring, submitting a paper or attending the event visit www.aoceurope.org