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DSEI 2017
DSEi 2017 29/08/2017
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Join over 34,000 visitors, meet over 1,600 exhibitors, listen to over 250 speakers and experience over 40 live demonstrations as DSEI brings together the entire defence and security industry.

Register by 31 August to take advantage of your Early Bird rate of £50, a £125 saving on the full price of admission.

DSEI takes over the whole of ExCeL. Badge holders can save time by using both the East (Prince Regent) entrance and West (Royal Victoria) entrance.

Register now and receive your badge before the event to skip the queues.

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DSEI is the must-attend event for the global defence and security industry

  • With over 1,600 exhibitors across five zones and more than 40 national pavilions.
  • Live and static displays both inside and outside the halls of ExCeL, London.
  • An international array of elite speakers at the DSEI Strategic Conferences and DSEI Seminar Programme

An unrivalled networking platform with over 34,000 attendees including around 2,500 VIPs across four days.
Featuring the strongest aerospace offering to date, new Land Zone features, the most comprehensive Naval Zone in DSEI history. An enlarged special forces and tactical equipment area for the Security Zone and an enhanced Joint Zone with a plethora of products.

Military/MOD staff are entitled to FREE registration for DSEI.

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