PARIS. As proof of the appeal of the show, more than 800 French and foreign exhibitors have already confirmed their attendance at the event, including names such as: Airbus, Arquus, Aselsan, BAE Systems, Beretta Defense Technologies, Czechoslovak Group, Daimler Truck, Elbit, General Dynamics European Land Systems, GM Defense, IAI, KNDS, Lockheed Martin, MBDA, Norinco, Northrop Grumman, Otokar, Rafael, Rheinmetall, Saab, Safran, ST Engineering, Teledyne Flir, Textron, Thales, Toshiba, and Turgis et Gaillard.
So far to date, the tradeshow has registered exhibitors from 45 countries, including 24 international pavilions. Several countries have increased their footprint at the show with a more extensive participation, such as Bulgaria, China, Czechia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. This positive trend confirms the esteem in which the industry holds the show.
EUROSATORY, THE FORWARD LOOKING EXHIBITION TO ADDRESS ALL TYPES OF CRISES
Throughout 20 editions, the show has supported the global transformations underway in the Defence and Security sector. Our decade is marked by an acceleration in history and the gradual establishment of a new world order.
Consequently, against a backdrop of multiple, multifaceted international crises and inter-state conflicts, governments will need to strengthen their capabilities to cope with the expanding nature of the threats they face (an extension of the scope of threats to cyberspace, outer space and hybrid warfare, violence within society, humanitarian and environmental disasters resulting from health, climate, industrial or natural hazards).
EUROSATORY asserts more powerful than ever its mission of accompaniment and foresight towards businesses, governments, military leaders, homeland security, civilian protection and emergency rescue forces, and international organisations.
RESPONDING TO HUMANITARIAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL CRISES, MORE THAN EVER AT THE HEART OF THIS 2024 EDITION
The capability demonstrator of the global response to humanitarian and environmental crises HELPED (standing for “Humanitarian Emergency Logistic Project and Eco Development”), launched in 2022, will be developed on an international scale at the 2024 edition. This modular set of systems and services will present solutions to deal with the problems around response intervention on the occurrence of humanitarian and environmental disasters.
At the centre of a dedicated space in hall 5B, the spotlight will be focussed on industrial and government know-how in the field of responding to multiple and multifaceted crises that affect populations and their environment.
The 2024 show will place the focus on reconstruction, and notably that of people (physical and mental reconstruction).
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