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30 June 22. Successful 27th edition of EUROSATORY after a 4-year absence!
After a four-year absence due to the health crisis, the 2022 edition of the international land and airland defence and security exhibition was eagerly awaited by the entire international community of the sector.
In the particular context of conflicts at the gates of Europe, this edition is one of the most significant in the history of the exhibition:
- 1,743 companies and more than 100,000 professionals gathered in Paris from 13 to 17 June for this must-attend event, which brought together all the players in the global defence and security market.
250 delegations from 96 countries, high-level executives and decision-makers from the public and private sectors, and project leaders came to the event over the 5 days.
- The success of this record-breaking edition lies in the “reunion” and meetings between exhibitors, partners and international visitors eager to discover the latest developments in the global defence and security capabilities. Busy stands, busy exhibitors and crowded aisles were the hallmarks of the five-day event.
“The exhibition was very qualitative, with stands designed and decorated for the occasion. For this comeback edition, exhibitors put a lot of energy into welcoming visitors and official delegations. Everyone was happy to be at Eurosatory 2022”, said Jérémy Vigna, Sales Director of the exhibition.
- For the first time, the exhibition was inaugurated by the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron. In the context of the war in Ukraine, the President of the Republic took advantage of the exhibition’s inauguration to recall the central role of the defence and security industry in the preservation of national and European sovereignty.
- Visitors discovered the first French demonstrator of capabilities to respond to all types of humanitarian, industrial and/or environmental crises.
75 companies exhibited in the « HELPED – Humanitary Emergency Logistic Projet and Eco Development » area, to present the whole spectrum of global capacities needed to support populations in case of major crisis and to restore the environment.
A global response designed specifically for the exhibition.
- Foresight, the new post-crisis world order, experience sharing and the dissemination of professional practices suitable for each profession were at the heart of 110 international conferences held throughout the exhibition. More than 300 speakers from all over the world came to share their vision and reflect on the evolution of Defence and Security.
- The Eurosatory Lab, a space dedicated to startups, attracted many visitors. As well as the pitching programme, which allowed to discover many innovative startups during the different sessions on current themes: performance, maintenance, robotics, security and safety of territories, artificial intelligence…
In conclusion, this 2022 edition, which stands out as a record year in terms of attendance, was part of the momentum of three major global trends: the return of inter-state conflicts, global warming, and the digital revolution.
Charles Beaudouin, the exhibition’s CEO, concludes, “Held in the context of a new world order, Eurosatory reinforces its position as the world’s most important D&S event, setting trends in the management of all crises, from war to environmental disasters”.
29 June 22. As preparations for the spectacular return of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo continue, organisers pledge to ensure the cultural attraction can be enjoyed by all and announce half-price Preview Night tickets will go on sale from 10am on Thursday, 30th June.
Following the challenges presented over the past two years, the Tattoo has recognised that the summer of 2022 marks a welcome opportunity for everyone to get back to enjoying live events, and the half-price tickets are a unique chance for both locals and travelling visitors to witness the sights and sounds of the talented performers from across the world before anyone else.
The 50% Preview Night tickets have been a regular feature in recent years, but this year it’s just one of the ways in which Tattoo fans can enjoy this year’s performance at a discount.
The Tattoo is committed to giving back to those who have shown their support to the event in the last few years. Last weekend, both veteran and serving military personnel were able to take advantage of a 25% reduction in price, while there are also plans in place to celebrate NHS heroes and Social Services with activity on 5 July, which will mark 74 years of the NHS.
This year’s Show “Voices” will be a celebration of expression, giving a stage to performers and acts to share their voice. Voices draws inspiration from people across the globe who, despite physical separation, continue to connect and share their voices creatively through spoken word, song, music, and dance – languages common to all.
Buster Howes, Chief Executive of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, said: “The Tattoo is a cultural celebration for everyone to enjoy and savour. Our half-price Preview Night tickets are a great way of giving back to everybody who has supported us over the last two years, along with other initiatives in the coming weeks.
“We’re all set to return with a bang this year and we’re committed to ensuring that everyone has the chance to see the spectacular Voices Show live. 2022 marks a new era for the Tattoo and I’m proud that we can offer people a first glance of the talented acts that feature in the Show.
28 June 22. Global MilSatCom is one of the world’s leading events on military SATCOM and draws in 600+, truly global representatives from the military, industry, government, and research communities to create an event that is not to be missed. Attend the conference to benefit from exclusive updates, insights, and discussions with the pre-eminent names in the world of SATCOM.
This week is the very last opportunity to save £200 on entry to the conference – Offer expires this week on 30th June, 2022 – click here to register your secured place The main conference takes on 8th, 9th and 10th November 2022 takes place in the QEII Conference Centre, London, UK.
An all new SATCOM On-the-Move Focus day takes place on 7th November 2022 at St James’ Court, Buckingham Gate London.
You can download the agenda to view the speakers, programme and book your place today via the website www.globalmilsatcom.com
Why You Must Attend:
With briefings from senior officials from the world’s leading militaries and solution providers, discussions on key issues, attendance from almost every significant MILSATCOM program, dedicated exhibition halls, and a whole day on SATCOM On-The-Move, Global MilSatCom will shape the way ahead and provide an unrivalled opportunity for collaboration and partnership.
- Meet and network with leaders in SATCOM from industry, military and government across three days, including dedicated networking breaks, dinners, drinks receptions, and more!
- Hear updates and guidance from world-leading SatCoM programme managers and decision-makers
- Delve into the latest topics and trends shaping the future of MILSATCOM
- Discover cutting-edge SATCOM technology to enhance operational effectiveness
- Make new connections, contacts and partnerships from Global MilSatCom’s international audience
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Gold Sponsor: Airbus
Silver Sponsor: Eutelsat
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27 June 22. Multi-Domain Integration Symposium Held at Defence Academy.
Students on the Defence Academy’s Advanced Command and Staff Course (ACSC) have become the first to undertake the new Multi-Domain Integration (MDI) module. Students on the Defence Academy’s Advanced Command and Staff Course (ACSC) have had an intense five weeks. They are the first course to undertake the new Multi-Domain Integration (MDI) module, which included lectures from world-leading experts, interactive workshops, industry visits, and research sprints, and has now concluded with an MDI Symposium at Shrivenham.
At the Symposium, ACSC research groups faced a panel of senior leaders from across defence, as well as experts from industry and academia, and were asked to present their findings on a range of topics which could have a significant impact of defence’s future. These included promoting an integrated culture in defence and wider government, command and control in the information age and integration lessons from the current crisis in Ukraine.
With over 250 students from all three services, as well as civil servants and international personnel from over 50 countries, the MDI module benefited from a huge diversity of thought and opinion. Furthermore, students were encouraged to challenge the status quo and used a wide range of research methods to inform their findings and proposals.
However this exercise was not purely academic, as the valuable insights from students will be presented to senior defence boards, and their work will also help guide the direction of the MDI change programme.
The module was also not purely classroom-based, and there were opportunities for ACSC students to visit industry sites to learn from their approach to collaborative working and explore their technical solutions to integration.
They also spent two days studying the technique of ‘useful fiction’ – using fictional narratives to bring strategy and concepts to life. This technique will be crucial as we strive towards the culture change required to embed an integrated mindset.
People are defence’s most important asset, and the Defence Academy ensures our people are at the cutting edge of military thinking in a changing world. This module is a clear example of the Defence Academy offering innovative solutions to our most pressing defence and security challenges. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
DSEI 2023 – POWERING PROGRESS, DEFINING YOUR FUTURE
DSEI connects governments, national armed forces, industry thought leaders and the entire defence & security supply chain on a global scale. With a range of valuable opportunities for networking, a platform for business, access to relevant content & live-action demonstrations, the DSEI community can strengthen relationships, share knowledge and engage in the latest capabilities across the exhibition’s Aerospace, Land, Naval, Security & Joint Zones.