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14 - 17 September 2021

Excel - London

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Defence Engagement

DSEI ZONES & HUBS

Defence Engagement

Multi Domain Integration

In 2021, the main theme of DSEI is Integrated Response to Future Threats, with a focus on Multi Domain Integration. The recent publication of the UK Ministry of Defence's Integrated Review has placed renewed emphasis on the importance of efficient inter-force collaboration, and the resulting impact on current and required platforms. The DSEI 2021 forums will explore what this means for future operational requirements, and how best to manage collaboration across the supply chain to deliver them.

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All the forum discussions at DSEI 2021 have been developed in partnership with UK MoD Working Groups, to ensure the topics are relevant, timely and productive. 

Types of Content

Zone Forums

Zone Forums

Each of the five DSEI Zones (Aerospace, Land, Naval, Security & Joint) has a theatre dedicated to the challenges of that particular domain, running a series of panels throughout the first three days of the exhibition.

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Hub Showcases

Hub Showcases

DSEI's capability focused hubs act as a focal point for topical solutions. Theatres in these areas enable demonstrations and exhibitor product launches.                                                                      

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Webinar Series

Webinar Series

Before and after DSEI, there are a number of webinar series running on a monthly basis which look at the key themes of the show and gather insights from some of the most senior names in the industry.

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Key Themes

The DSEI forum, hub showcase and online content is focused around the following core themes:

Industry Engagement & Acquisition

Industry Engagement & Acquisition

This theme shines a spotlight on the unique procurement challenges of each force. This is an opportunity for the industry – including non-traditional suppliers – to understand precisely what their customers want, and for the military to outline how they plan to procure it.

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Future Operational Requirements

Future Operational Requirements

The ever-changing threat landscape dictates future operational requirements, which then impacts joint force strategy. By outlining current plans for future projects, it is possible to assess what the key threats are forecast to be and the challenges they are likely to present.

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Obtaining & Retaining Skills

Obtaining & Retaining Skills

Every force faces the constant question of where the next generation of recruits will come from. Added to that is the necessity of forecasting the required recruitment profile of tomorrow, and the challenge of keeping suitably skilled actors within the industry. 

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Information Exploitation

Information Exploitation

Information capabilities are a critical underlying part of the Multi Domain Integration infrastructure, as well as being a significant and proliferating domain in their own right. In 2021 there is a wealth of opportunities to talk cyber and information with both traditional and non-traditional part of the defence industry.

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