BAE Systems to demonstrate emerging technologies at DEFEA 2023

BAE Systems to demonstrate emerging technologies at DEFEA 2023

BAE Systems (Hall 4, stand A12) will showcase a wide range of defence and security solutions for land, sea and air at DEFEA 2023. The event, held from 9-11 May, 2023 at Metropolitan Expo in Athens, Greece, will also demonstrate some of BAE Systems’ international relationships alongside in-theatre proven and emerging technologies.

From the future of electronic warfare with Storm EW™ to the world’s leading infantry fighting vehicle, the CV90; from innovative head-up displays for pilots to naval ships; and from munitions to electric propulsion for municipal transport, heavy-duty and military vehicles, the BAE Systems team will present the breadth of the company’s capabilities.

Gabby Costigan, Group Managing Director, Business Development, BAE Systems, said: “For decades, BAE Systems and Greece have worked together to deliver growth and support those who protect Greece and its allies on land, at sea and in the air. Our relationship offers significant potential to strengthen and grow across all these domains and new, critical areas such as cyber security and space. We look forward to sharing our vision for a prosperous, protected future for Greece.”

Working closely with partners in Greece, Europe and around the world, BAE Systems delivers advanced defence technology that contributes to national security, keeps critical information and infrastructure safe and supports economic development. With a workforce of more than 90,000 in over 40 countries the company is developing new ways to provide customers with a competitive edge across the air, maritime, land and cyber domains worldwide.

The company’s stand at DEFEA 2023 will feature a full-scale CV90 infantry fighting vehicle, as well as exhibits on upgraded Mk45 naval guns, the M109 self-propelled howitzer, APKWS® laser guidance kit and the Assault Amphibious Vehicle, alongside the Hypervelocity Projectile (HVP) munition and naval ship solutions. For the air domain, the digital light engine-enhanced head-up display and Storm EW™, which adds cutting edge electronic warfare capabilities to any combat aircraft, including the F-16, will also feature. Supporting training and sustainment for these and many other platforms will also be part of the conversations at DEFEA.

Visitors to DEFEA 2023 can locate BAE Systems in Hall 4, stand A12.

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