20-22 FEBRUARY 2022
ABU DHABI, UAE
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), Abu Dhabi, UAE
UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR 2022
For the 1st time the exhibition ISNR relocated with Umex and Simtex and is organized by Adnec focusing on National Security, Cyber Security, Policing & Law Enforcement and Critical Infrastructure Protection
The next edition of UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR (will take place from 20 to 22 February 2022 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), in United Arab Emirates.
Supported by UAE Armed Forces GHQ and attended by regional government delegations, industry, military and civilian authorities, UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR is the ideal business platform to promote unmanned systems technology, training & simulation.
UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR is the only event in the Middle East dedicated to the latest developments in unmanned systems and training simulation and homeland security. Supported by UAE Armed Forces GHQ and the the Ministry of Interior and attended by regional government delegations, agencies, industry, military and civilian authorities, the event will be the ideal business platform to promote unmanned systems technology and capability to a dedicated and focused industry audience.
The UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR exhibition is organised under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR is sponsored by ADASI, the Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investment.
P&C International has been officially appointed by the show organizers to coordinate US companies at UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR 2022.
We look forward to your participation at UMEX - SimTEX - ISNR 2022, and we look forward to welcoming you in Abu Dhabi.
So mark your calendar now and book your space today! See you in 2022 in Abu Dhabi!
UMEX / SimTEX / ISNR 2022 STARTS IN:
Who Should Participate?
Government and military personnel interested in unmanned systems
Private and commercial companies in the field
Trade Business and industrial sector
All solution providers of products and services looking to promote in a wider scale in the region
Professionals and academic specialized in the unmanned and defense sector
Buyers seeking the up-to-date unmanned technologies
Targeting both defense and commercial industries, UMEX / SimTEX / ISNR opens the capabilities for new innovative ideas and create the future today!
The high-profile event offers access to regional and international networks, share important views and experiences with key-players in the field.
US EXHIBITING COMPANIES IN 2020
AEROVIRONMENT INC, ARCTURUS UAV, CSI, DEFENSE NEWS, ELISATAIR, FORTEM TECHNOLOGIES, GENERAL ATOMICS AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, HOOD FEDERAL, IGG ASCENT VISION TECHNOLOGIES, IGG LASERSHOT, IGG WB AMERICA, INSITU INC, L3HARRIS, LIQUID ROBOTICS INC, MEGGITT TRAINING SYSTEMS, NORTHROP GRUMAN, OCEAN MODULES, QINETIQ NORTH AMERICA (QNA), SWORD INTERNATIONAL, WB GROUP AMERICA
ABOUT THE MARKET
National Security in the UAE:
National security is an issue of the utmost importance in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Along with the 10 billion dollars that the country expects to invest in this sector over the next ten years, the UAE is also strengthening the agreements and cooperative measures that it has set up with many countries regarding security.
The region is indeed a filed for huge projects (protection of borders, petrol fields, or strategic buildings) due to frequent terrorist threats and an extremely dynamic economic development that is concretized through the creation of modern infrastructure. Such situations call for extremely sophisticated and innovative technological solutions.
Middle East : addicted to Game of Drones:
UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) with its huge surveillance abilities is a key asset in the Middle East. Given that the development of such technologies in UAE is very limited, import is the way many countries can acquire these systems. While Israël is known as a leader producer of UAVs, its systems are off-limits of the region.
That is why, the Middle East highly relies on the US and Europe for its unmanned systems. Saudi Arabia and Iraq turned themselves to China to avoid the limitations of import despite their less advanced technologies. The UAE on the other hand has demonstrated strong loyalty to its western suppliers. The unmanned industry would be wise to keep an eye on the activities and considerations of these Middle East Countries.
Military simulation and training market:
The military simulation and training market is projected to reach USD 12.67 Billion. Factors such as increasing political disputes and civil unrest, adoption of virtual training to ensure safety and cost-benefits, and decline in military budgets of developed countries are driving the growth of the military simulation and training market.