Royal Navy seeks maritime innovation at DSEI 2021
In the midst of its greatest modernisation period in decades, the Royal Navy will look to industry at DSEI 2021 to support its multi-domain integration requirements and harness innovation, technology and data solutions that deliver a fully co-operative and networked digital force.
Royal Air Force invites industry participation in DSEI 2021 Aerospace Zone
The Next-Generation Air Force will take centre stage at the DSEI 2021 Aerospace Zone as the Royal Air Force seeks industry input on the technological developments that will drive aerial dominance.
DSEI 2021 and the British Army put integration in the spotlight
DSEI 2021’s Land Zone will put the power of integration in the spotlight as the British Army looks to build momentum across industry to support its Land Operating Concept for the coming decade.
UK Strategic Command to lead top-level participation at DSEI 2021
The UK’s new Strategic Command will lead government participation at DSEI 2021 as it engenders multi-domain integration with the support of the UK defence community.
UK MoD to focus on Integrated Response to Future Threats
DSEI 2021 will put integration in the spotlight as the UK Ministry of Defence and the British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and UK Strategic Command work to develop and maintain organic integration at all levels and across all domains.
How can defence be made fit for the future?
DSEI will be hosting a webinar to discuss how defence can be made fit for the future, and the role of science and technology to enable this - especially given the current global circumstances.
Japan’s first fully integrated defence event
DSEI Japan 2019, held in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo between 18th and 20th November, marked both the first fully-integrated large-scale defence and security exhibition in Japan, and the first DSEI event to be held outside of London. DSEI Japan was launched after the Japanese defence budget was increased to record highs of $46bn as part of the renovation of their military forces. This inaugural exhibition came about following the revision of the Th...
What did this year’s DSEI bring to the table?
A lot can happen in a year, especially in the defence and military sector; it is essential in this industry that the technologies are up to date and the latest on the market, so what did companies have to show at the four-day show in London?
WiFi technology used in remote areas on show at DSEI
Attendees at this year’s DSEI will be able to experience BFBS’s iPlayer technology at stand N3-670. MiPlayer is a platform used by the UK military to provide access to television, radio, news and other media in remote locations. It can do this in areas with poor or no internet. The MiPlayer platform has been used by the UK Armed Forces and UK Border Force, providing both training resources and welfare media to deployed perso...
DSEI 2019 speaker: Q&A with Bob Stone
In this Q&A Session, Bob Stone, Director, Human Interface Technologies Team, Department of Electronic, Electrical & Systems Engineering - University of Birmingham answers a series of questions touching on medical innovation: mixed reality technologies for MERT Training - project achievements and lessons learned.
DSEI warships and waterborne demonstrations 2019
DSEI has announced the lineup of international visiting warships as the exhibition celebrates its 20th Anniversary. The following eight vessels will be on display at DSEI 2019.
DSEI Japan conference committee announced
Clarion Defence and Security has introduced the committee for the DSEI Japan conference. DSEI Japan will feature a three-day conference running alongside the exhibition, featuring premium content and internationally respected speakers.
Transforming land power to deliver a competitive advantage
The DSEI 2019 Land Capability Conference will take place on 9th September at ExCeL, London. This conference will outline and explore how land power can adapt to respond to the myriad of threats facing a modern Army. It will also discuss the trends in threats at a strategic level, before exploring what capabilities are required for the British Army to best operate with its partners, allies, and industry.
Startups demonstrate offers at DSEI's Innovation Hub in September
The Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) show is a biennial platform for the display of defence and security equipment and services from around the world. September 2019 marks DSEI’s 20th year, and provides the opportunity to showcase the developments and innovations which are revolutionising and modernising the defence and security sectors.
SMEs and first-time exhibitors join DSEI’s Space Hub
The debut of the DSEI Space Hub at DSEI 2019 will represent an opportunity for industry specialists, delegates and the MoD to look to the future and discuss the capabilities and challenges offered through the rapidly-growing space sector. The sector’s UK income currently stands at £14.8billion, and it looks set to increase its presence in the defence industry as next-generation technology and threats continue to emerge.
DSEI launches 'Defence and Security Debates' podcast series
To mark its twentieth anniversary, the organisers of Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) have launched a podcast series titled 'Defence and Security Debates'. The series includes four 'round table' panel discussions with leading voices from the UK defence and security community, including: senior military, government officials, Defence Ministers, Members of Parliament and industry figureheads from DSEI’s core exhibitor base.
DSEI 2019: The future is now for the Royal Navy
DSEI holds an unrivalled naval heritage, ranging from warship displays to showcasing the maritime electronic technology. In addition to these impressive displays, the Royal Navy will use DSEI 2019 to host its Maritime Capability Conference, focusing on the opportunities and capabilities for modernisation and transformation in a fast-changing and increasingly digital world. The conference will examine the Royal Navy’s dedication to inno...
Japanese government pledges support for DSEI Japan
The Japanese Ministries of Defence, Foreign Affairs, and the Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency have officially given their backing to the country’s first fully integrated defence event, DSEI Japan, taking place from 18th to 20th November. The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defence have confirmed their official support for the first DSEI Japan.
Next generation air force at DSEI
As this year will mark 20 years since the start of the DSEI shows, the UK defence industry can look at not just how the sector has developed in this time, but also what to expect from the next 20 years. So, it is fitting that the RAF has announced the theme of its first DSEI Aerospace Capability Conference as, ‘Delivering the Next Generation Air Force’.
Japanese government pledges support for DSEI Japan
The Japanese Ministries of Defence, Foreign Affairs, and the Acquisition, Technology & Logistics Agency have officially given their backing to the country’s first fully integrated defence event, DSEI Japan, taking place from 18th-20th November.