Defence Exhibition Eurosatory, Pariy, 11-15 June 2018

Coming Soon: The Biggest Military Tradeshow in 2018

Warfare.Today Becomes Media Partner for Eurosatory

Every two years Eurosatory opens its doors to tens of thousands of visitors from across the world, eager to discover the latest offerings from the best in the defence and security sector, and Warfare.Today has secured its place as a media partner to bring you all the news and developments.

Paris, 11 to 15 June 2018

Organised by COGES in partnership with the French Ministry of Defence, the show has been running since 1992. The name comes from the earlier trade fairs organised at Camp Satory. Now held at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition centre, Paris, the organisers expect over 50,000 visitors.

The exhibition covers the entire Land and Air-land industry, from raw materials to sub-assemblies and operational systems. Products presented range from military vehicles (tanks, armoured vehicles, trucks) and small arms to communications systems, uniforms, logistics services, and more. Security has also been a major theme during last exhibitions, with monitoring, alert and emergency responses solutions as well as civil security with the presence of firemen, among other institutions.

The largest exhibition of its kind worldwide, Eurosatory is closed to the general public, with access being by invitation only to professionals (exhibitions, institutional, government officials, industry professionals, all ranks members of armed and security forces, police and emergency units).

The exhibition sprawls across indoor halls and outdoor arenas, with live demonstrations of hardware taking place twoce daily.

In 2016, 1,571 exhibitors presented to 57,024 visitors over 167, 217 sqm of exhibition space as reported by 713 journalists. And this yer the organisers expect it to be even bigger.

Along with the likes of Jane’s, Mittler Report and Shephard Media, Warfare.Today has been granted access to cover the exhibition in full.

Exhibitor and visitor registration is already open. To find out more visit Eurosatory.