Free visitor passes now available for the International Armoured Vehicles exhibition
23 November 2011 – London, UK
Registration for free visitor passes is now open for the International Armoured Vehicles exhibition hall, which is being held at the FIVE in Farnborough, UK.Visitor passes will provide attendees complete access to the Solution Zone/Exhibition Hall on the 21st and 22nd of February 2012.
Interested parties may sign up online at www.internationalarmouredvehicles.com.
Defence IQ’s International Armoured Vehicles is the world’s largest meeting point dedicated to the armoured vehicles community, providing attendees 4 full days of networking, information-sharing and potential business opportunities. The event will gather international military flag officers and technical experts from countries including Canada, India, Italy, Oman, Pakistan, Sweden, Africa, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, as well as the UN and NATO, in addition to C-level decision-makers from global defence companies, all in one place.
Attracting thousands of visitors each year, the exhibition hall will feature up to 100 of the leading defence companies from around the globe, as well as a specialised Armoured VehiclesInnovation Stage, with briefings from top OEMs, which so far includes:
- Tawazun (UAE)
- Iveco (Italy)
- Saab Group (Sweden)
- Barco Defense & Aerospace (Belgium)
- Fedders Lloyd (India)
The Day One Innovation Stage Agenda has been confirmed and added to the event website online at www.internationalarmouredvehicles.com.
The networking opportunities at the event have been significantly amplified for 2012 in order to facilitate direct communication between attending Military, OEMs and vehicle manufacturers, as well as SMEs and smaller components and technological suppliers. In addition to moving to the FIVE in Farnborough, which will accommodate and enhance the visitor experience, the Defence IQ team has announced the addition of private meeting areas in the exhibition area, available for visitors to set up impromptu meetings.
"Our objective was to get in direct contact with our end-customer to hear their feedback, learn from their experiences and use the opportunity to discuss our product offering," commented Mr. Hugo Burgers from Warn Industries Inc., in regards to the 2011 show. "We are very pleased to say we achieved all of these goals."
In addition to Force Protection, BAE Systems, Thales on the G6 Panel during the conference segment of the event, participating companies also feature prominent players in the armoured vehicles community, including OshKosh, Nexter, RUAG, Renault, Jankel, Drakensberg, DRS, Panhard, Beth-El Industries, and Hutchinson.
Visit the website at www.internationalarmouredvehicles.com to register for a free visitor pass to the exhibit hall. Interested parties wishing to attend the conference segment can send enquiries to Kim Vigilia at email@example.com.