DSEI Japan 2019

Event Highlights

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Event Highlights

DSEI Japan will be a fully immersive experience, offering numerous learning, networking and business opportunities. Find out more about some of the event highlights below. Register for your free visitor pass to access hours of high-level content.


Free-to-attend Seminar Programme

Seminar AudienceThe DSEI Japan Seminar Programme is located on the Exhibition floor and free-to-attend to all attendees. Hear from expert speakers from industry, government and military on a range of technical and operational topics.

DSEI Japan Seminars will be feature high-quality educational content whilst stimulating discussion and debate on topics pertinent to the defence and security sector. Seats are first-come-first-served.

The Full Seminar Programme will be announced shortly

International Pavilions

DSEI Japan will host over 20 international pavilions, each providing a regional hub of defence and security ingenuity. DSEI Japan works closely with embassies and government bodies around the world to ensure that as many of the world’s best suppliers to the defence & security industry are in one place at one time under one roof

Countries represented include:

  • USA
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  • India
  • UK
  • Germany
  • France
  • Italy
  • Canada
  • Greece
  • Switzerland
  • Israel
  • Turkey
  • Denmark
  • Czech Republic
Exhibitor Networking Reception

Exhibitor Networking Reception

Exhibitor Networking Drinks will taking place on Day 2 of the event from 17:00 – 19:00 in the Delegate Catering Area. Please note these will only be open to exhibitors and invited guests.

JSDF Display Area

JSDF Display Area

Japan’s Self Defence Force will be showcasing the equipment supporting their operations. Equipment being showcased includes a Type 10 Main Battle Tank, Type 16 APC and a selection of waterborne capabilities.

Japan Ministry of Defence and ATLA Stands

With a record defence budget and increased focus on developing an indigenous defence industry, the JMoD and ATLA stand will be the place to explore Japan’s future capability plans. Meet with senior government officials and representatives from all branches of Japan’s self-defence forces.

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