It is expected – subject to weather conditions – that the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, will formally open Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) next week, with their signature aircraft flypast.
All set to welcome more than 1,000 exhibitors, and with companies coming from around the world, Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) returns to ExCeL in London this year from 12-15 September.
Hosting over 2,800 companies and showing the broadest range of military equipment for land, sea, air, security and joint applications, air vice-marshal (ret’d) Gary Waterfall, DSEI senior military adviser – aerospace, reveals what visitors to DSEI 2023 can expect to see at the event.
At a reception hosted in Parliament, the minister for defence procurement has highlighted the strategic importance of Defence Security Equipment International (DSEI) for the UK and the global defence industries.
The Government’s overarching theme for DSEI 2023 was launched last week at an event in central London attended by guests from media and industry, where they heard about the role DSEI plays at the heart of the UK and global defence industry.
The fifth panel of the DSEI Defence Leaders webinar series, Harnessing Innovation for Strategic Advantage, digs deep into exploring how the billions allocated to research and development in the Government’s 2021 Defence budget will push increased innovation through the defence technology pipeline.