100 days until DSEI 2015, senior defence chiefs confirm attendance

There are less than 100 days to go until Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2015, the global land, sea and air defence and security exhibition, kicks off at ExCeL London from 15th-18th September.

Keynote speeches will be given by all four UK MOD service chiefs of Staff in the exhibition floor theatres: Admiral Sir George Zambellas, First Sea Lord and chief of the Naval Staff of the Royal Navy; General Sir Nicholas Carter, chief of the General Staff, British Army; Air chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford, chief of the Air Staff, Royal Air Force and General Sir Richard Barrons, commander Joint Forces Command, will speak on days that are themed for their individual Services.

DSEI will also feature a strong international speaker line up including: Admiral Carlos Ortega, Mexican Navy; Admiral Nguy?n Van Hi?n, Commander Vietnam People’s Navy; Lt Gen Alexander Schnitger, Commander, Royal Netherlands Air Force; Rear-Admiral Bernard Blejean French Navy -ALRI; and Rear Admiral Tony Dalton, Head Helicopters, Unmanned Aerial Systems and Guided Weapons Division (HUG-D), Australian Defence Organisation.

In addition to the service chiefs and reflecting the increased level of content for 2015, DSEI will host around 300 seminar sessions and keynotes across seven theatres and four strategic conferences facilitating knowledge sharing and networking around key topics and technical areas. DSEI’s seminars will address the challenges, developments and future of the Defence & Security sector’s ever-changing landscape providing the global platform of choice for key government figures and influential policy makers within the sector. These include: Air, Naval, Land, Security and Special Forces, Medical Innovation, Unmanned and Global Partnerships.

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