14-17 September 2021, Excel London                       

Naval Zone

Naval Zone

Naval Zone

Key Information

 The Naval Zone is a unique and interactive showcase of the latest vessels and maritime technology. DSEI's distinctive dockside setting delivers a dazzling showcase of maritime capabilities and international warships.

Fully supported by the Royal Navy and First Sea Lord, the Naval Zone provides our audience with unrivalled networking opportunities, insights from key decision makers and the opportunity to see the industry’s latest vessels in action through interactive presentations and waterborne demonstrations.

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DSEI Naval Zone

First Sea Lord

“Once again the Royal Navy is proud to be at the vanguard of DSEI 2019.  Our relationship with the defence industrial sector is stronger than ever as we work alongside the nation’s resurgent ship building industry and our valued international partners to realise an ambitious and innovative equipment programme that will form the heart of the Royal Navy for decades to come.  We are determined to meet the challenges of the future and DSEI is an ideal opportunity to advance the academic and professional debate."

Admiral Sir Philip Jones, First Sea Lord

Naval Seminar - South Theatre

The Naval Seminar featured presentations on Tuesday 10 to Friday 13 September, including a keynote addresses from First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff.

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NAVAL STATIC DISPLAY

DSEI 2019 featured an impressive array of naval static displays. In 2017 the dock showcased a range of ships including a Type 23 'Duke' Class frigate (HMS Argyll), Belgian Navy Ops Vessel (BNS Pollux) and Irish Naval Service Offshore Patrol Vessel (Le Samuel Beckett).

DAY ZERO CONFERENCES

The Maritime Capability Conference 2019 was delivered in partnership with the Royal Navy on DSEI Day Zero (Monday 9 September) at ExCel London.

The conference focused on the following topics under the overarching theme of ‘Autonomous Operations in a Digital Navy’.

  • Digitisation - How to digitise the Royal Navy and ensure Information advantage is at the heart of the future naval approach
  • Autonomy - Exploring the opportunities to increase mass, reach and lethality of the Royal Navy
  • Machine Speed Warfare – Harnessing new, disruptive technologies to gain war-winning advantage
  • Manpower - Manning and training the future increasingly ‘autonomous navy’

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