Thank you to all who stopped by to say “hello” and talk vehicle power at IDEX, which wrapped up Feb. 21 in Abu Dhabi.
What a great event!
Program managers Phillip Potter and Vince Kresho report having seen many familiar faces—and they enjoyed the opportunity to get to know several more of you. If you stopped by the APS stand and have a question or comment for us, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
With IDEX in the rearview and spring on its way in our corner of the world, APS staff is busy gearing up for SOFIC, DSEI and AUSA, the three final conferences to round out our 2019 travels.
If you’re new to any of these events or have considered attending, we’ve gathered a little information about each, below. Hope to see you there!
Held at the Craneway Pavilion and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond, just a half-hour outside San Francisco, the Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show is where racing and cruising enthusiasts can shop, learn, connect and get hands-on during land and water demos, including model yacht racing. Tickets are available for purchase online.
The Special Operations Forces Industry Conference provides event-goers the opportunity to view the latest in special-ops innovations and technologies; to learn from US Special Operations Command leadership; and to network with defense industry professionals. Visiting the show is free for members of NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association).
Defense & Security Equipment International is a leading international event bringing together governments, national armed forces and industry leaders for the purpose of doing business, learning, networking and experiencing all that is new and noteworthy in the defense and security supply chain. With over 35,000 attendees, 1,600 exhibitors and over 300 speakers, DSEI is one of the largest and most influential events of its kind in the world.
The Association of the United States Army’s 2019 Annual Meeting & Exposition is the largest land-power tradeshow in North America. The annual meeting includes Army presentations, panel discussions, seminars, networking events and hands-on experiences with the latest advances in defense technology. The event’s focus, however, remains the US Army’s message. It’s free to visit for AUSA members.