DEFENCE INDUSTRY BULLETIN
Welcome to Defence Industry Bulletin: Informing the global defence industry across air, land and seaDefence Industry Bulletin is the publication designed for professionals in the commercial security and defence sector that need the latest market intelligence and industry news.
With contributions from the world’s leading defence journalists, we cover topics from all corners of the industry with news categorised into Land, Sea, Air and Security sections.
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Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2014 (Issue #2)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2014 (Issue #2)
In this 37 page-edition we cover the latest developments in the defence and military sector including: Afghanistan land vehicles acquisition plans, Belgium’s search for an F-16 replacement, exclusive interviews with Andrew Jankel, chairman of armoured vehicle specialist Jankel, on what he thinks the future holds for armoured vehicle innovation, and more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, October 2014 (Issue #3)
In this 39 page-edition we cover the latest naval-related developments in the defence sector including: how the Chinese and Russian military aerospace industries are viewed in India, Ecuador’s tender for procurement of a new air defence network, Russian equipment from Nigeria to Nicaragua, Canada spends $9.6m on military robots, emerging COTS solutions for maritime services, and more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, January 2015 (Issue #4)
Top Content This Issue: exclusive interviews with the directors of Sweden’s FMV and FXM, where Turkey is spending its defence budget – and how it plans to foot the bill, insight into how the North Korean cyber attack on Sony has set a new precedent, a look at both UK and Dutch plans for UAV investment and classification. And more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2015 (Issue #5)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2015 (Issue #5)
In this issue of Defence Industry Bulletin, we talk to the Head of Programmes for the Brazilian Air Force, Brigadier General Josê Augusto Crepaldi Affonso to understand more about the testing of the A-Darter missile. Also in this issue we bring you insight into the latest developments of open architecture within the defence sector, examine the rise in urban operations requirements, and we analyse new shock mitigation technology for fast boats.
Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2015 (Issue #6)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2015 (Issue #6)
In this issue of Defence Industry Bulletin: in maritime news we have details on the upgrade of the A-4 Skyhawk for the Brazilian Navy. In the land domain, DIB interview General Dynamics European Land Systems on its future strategy. We also host a panel discussion with noted journalists, academics, and analysts on predictions for the outlook in Africa and its land systems market, and more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, January 2016 (Issue #8)
In this issue of DIB we have an analysis of India’s submarine fleet as it scraps INS Sindhurakshak and considers a reshuffle. The third and final set of flight tests for the BAE Systems-led Taranis Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) demonstrator programme have been completed – DIB has the latest on the next stage of the project. This issue we also speak to the Israeli Defence Forces about the growing challenge of counter tunnelling for combat engineers, and more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2016 (Issue #9)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2016 (Issue #9)
In this issue, Defence Industry Bulletin provides fresh news, insight and opinion on a number of important developments – including a special feature on green energy…
Defence Industry Bulletin, October 2015 (Issue #7)
Defence Industry Bulletin looks at new Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) technology from Atlas Elektronik as the Royal Navy looks to restore its minesweeping capabilities and we provide news from NATO’s anti-submarine warfare exercise in the Mediterranean. In the Air section, we look at Saab’s pursuit of Gripen sales in India with a new EQ variant as well as examining the recent fortunes of the Typhoon. Plus exclusive interviews with high-ranking military officials....
Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2016 (Issue #10)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2016 (Issue #10)
Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2017 (Issue #13)
This issue of Defence Industry Bulletin covers the most interesting insights (in our opinion) from this year’s IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi, with Georg Mader exploring the cutting-edge air solutions now seeking business in the Middle East. Meanwhile, Angus Batey provides news on the ever-growing counter-drone industry and we cast an eye towards the modernization plans underway in the Brazilian Navy and US Air Force within our regular. And more..
Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2017 (Issue #14)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, July 2017 (Issue #14)
This issue of DIB explores cross-sector fear over weaponised consumer drones is seeing a major upswing in the counter- and nano-UAS markets, as this issue of DIB explores. Also in this volume, we pry open the mysteries of defence spending in Malaysia, Hungary and Azerbaijan; the jet trainer market sees a challenge issued by a familiar face; development heats up in the global race for hypersonic weapons. And more...
Defence Industry Bulletin, January 2017 (Issue #12)
This issue will explore the latest developments and deals in the market. Our correspondent Georg Mader lifts the lid on a significant technology gap in Ukraine, while also digging for more information on Kenya’s inevitable combat aircraft procurement plans. Angus Batey debriefs us on Unmanned Warrior 2016– with naval personnel assessing the latest in remote capabilities – and gets the scoop on the RAF’s plans for its Sentinel fleet. In addition, we also bring you the usual round-up of land, sea and air news, including some intriguing RFIs and modernisation plans...
Defence Industry Bulletin, October 2016 (Issue #11)
In this issue of Defence Industry Bulletin, our correspondent Georg Mader reports on developments in the military helicopter domain with a look at Bell’s much-anticipated Future Vertical Lift platform, the V-280 Valo. Plus, we spoke to the CEO and founder of Inzpire, a company offering flight training services and tablet-based mission systems, to find out how a £300 venture turned into a multi-million pound defence business. And more stories...
Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2014 (Issue #1)
Presenting: Defence Industry Bulletin, April 2014 (Issue #1)
In the first edition of Defence Industry Bulletin we’ve had contributions from some of the leading defence journalists around the globe covering topics from all corners of the industry. Topics that are covered include: Army 2020 updates, interview with the Commander of Canada's Air Force, African Chiefs of Staff comparing naval wish lists, and more...
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