Supported by the British Army, the Land Zone features the latest in vehicles, weapons, ammunitions and equipment. It is the best opportunity to see first-hand the latest developments and innovations from international exhibitors and align your business with the needs and requirements of the British Army and other governments.
"On behalf of the Army, I’d like to extend my thanks and best wishes to Clarion for their help in delivering the Army’s part in DSEI 2021."
General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith
Chief of the General Staff, British Army
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Over 150 categories including:
- Armour Systems & Material
- Armoured Vehicles
- Body Armour
- EOD, Counter-IED, IEDD, Bomb Disposal
- Facilities Security
- Fuel Cells & Systems
- Intelligence Gathering
- Logistics & Integrated
- Logistics Support
- Reconnaissance Systems
- Unmanned Ground Vehicles
- Weapons & Weapon Systems
DSEI has been fantastic as normal. We’ve had good engagement, and as an event DSEI definitely attracts the right people.
Supported by the British Army, The 2019 Land Seminar focused on the following headline themes:
- Gaining a Competitive
- Advantage Now
- Competing for Information Advantage
- Modernisation Whilst Remaining
- Industry Engagement and Acquisition
Timetables for DSEI 2021 will be announced soon.
The 2019 Land Capability Conference
The 2019 Land Capability Conference was delivered in partnership with the British Army on DSEI Day Zero (Monday 9 September) at ExCel London.
The conference focused on the following topics under the overarching theme of ‘Transforming Land Power to Deliver Competitive Advantage’.
- The Future Starts Now - Delivering Decisive Advantage
- Centrality of the Land Domain - The British Army Perspective
- Operational Advantage - Collaboration with Industry
- Secure, Engage Contest and Fight – Collaboration with Allies and Partners
The conference agenda from DSEI 2019 is available below. Presentation slides are available for 2019 conference attendees only.
DSEI 2021 will for the first time present a unified agenda with all three forces being represented on the same stage. Taking place on 13 September 2021, the Day Zero will be a single stream conference, focusing on how the British Forces are coordinating with each other, industry, and the international defence community.