• Tap into rising demand from the Aerospace and Defence Sector

    Tap into rising demand from the Aerospace and Defence Sector

    Tap into rising demand from the Aerospace and Defence Sector
  • TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR LAND SYSTEMS

    TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR LAND SYSTEMS

    TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR LAND SYSTEMS
  • Tap into rising demand from the Naval Sector

    Tap into rising demand from the Naval Sector

    Tap into rising demand from the Naval Sector
  • TAP INTO RISING DEMAND FROM THE SECURITY SECTOR

    TAP INTO RISING DEMAND FROM THE SECURITY SECTOR

    TAP INTO RISING DEMAND FROM THE SECURITY SECTOR
  • TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR JOINT ENABLERS

    TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR JOINT ENABLERS

    TAP INTO THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR JOINT ENABLERS


 

Welcome

Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) is the world leading event that brings together the global defence and security sector to innovate and share knowledge. DSEI represents the entire supply chain on an unrivalled scale.

DSEI 2017 will have five key sector-focused Zones: Air, Land, Naval, Security & Joint, all showcasing the latest equipment and systems.  

Attend DSEI 2017 to develop relationships with an audience of over 34,000 including Defence Ministers, International Military and Armed Forces, key industry players and private sector companies. 

The DSEI Strategic Conferences take place on 11 September (Day Zero) with the main exhibition and free seminar programme running for four days from 12-15 September 2017, ExCeL, London. 

Air zone

Air zone

Land zone

Land zone

Naval zone

Naval zone

Security zone

Security zone

Joint zone

Joint zone

Latest Industry News

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News from IHS Janes

  • Western military sanctions on Russia are having a short-term negative impact on the country's defence industrial capability - and by extension Russia's ability to export - but the medium-term implications are positive, according to a senior Russian defence industrial official. Viktor Kladov, the
  • Australia will establish a maritime technical college to identify, train, or retrain Australian workers for the country's AUD90 billion (USD68.57 billion) shipbuilding programme, Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne said in a 24 March statement. Canberra will invest an initial AUD25
  • The Scientific Research and Production Centre of Belarus has finalised work on a new vehicle-mounted variant of the Shershen family of anti-tank guided missile systems (ATGMs). The latest system - which utilises the Ukrainian Luch-developed and produced RK-2 and RK-3 variant ATGMs - is designated

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