Access updates from the World Defense Show 2024
World Defense Show 2024 returns to Riyadh next week and Shephard’s exclusive show portal will present the latest news, announcements and developments from the event, which will take place during a time when the Middle East finds itself under the global spotlight.
Shephard’s journalists and analysts will be on hand to provide analysis and news from the show floor during the event which will take place from 4–8 February and will be held under the theme “Equipped for Tomorrow”.
BAE Systems, Boeing, General Dynamics Land Systems and Lockheed Martin will be among the big names showcasing their technological developments as the global defence industry descends on the Saudi Arabian capital.
Make sure to bookmark our show portal to stay up to date with the latest defence news updates from the 2024 edition of the biennial defence and security exhibition.
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WorldView Legion, a fleet of high-performance satellites, will expand Maxar’s ability to revisit the most rapidly changing areas on Earth to better inform critical, time-sensitive decisions.
Saudi Arabia’s welcomed the return of the World Defense Show with the event’s heavy focus on vehicles and CUS systems reflecting ongoing conflicts and the priorities of many national programmes.
Advanced Protection Systems (APS) has history in the radar and CUAS areas with systems in service in Ukraine. It has a family of SKYctrl systems ranging from a comprehensive system to lightweight portable, mobile, containerised and Skid which includes a hard-kill gun.
A new version of the Jais mine-resistant armoured protected (MRAP) vehicle, was unveiled at World Defense Show 2024.
L3Harris’s MissionOps is a tactical network management suite which is designed to consolidate core capabilities and deliver them in a single software package.
NTGS has developed the Alakran 120mm mortar for customers requiring a highly mobile, lightweight self-propelled system to equip rapid reaction units. It is designed to be mounted without reinforcement on any light utility vehicle able to carry a 1,500kg payload.