Most successful and comprehensive DSEI to date

DSEI 2017 attracted record numbers of high-profile stakeholders affiliated with the defence and security sectors

Defence Reform Part 2: the here and now

Dr Bill Egginton, of Cranfield University, presents the second of three papers examining defence reform in the UK

Starting and ending with design

Nir Kahn, director of Design for Plasan, looks at the importance of design for the armoured vehicle market

Active and passive fire protection of key assets

Naval Damage Control 2017 will discuss active and passive fire protection from design stage to on board response.

NATO’s dual focus for military engineering capabilities

Combat Engineer 2017 will provide the platform for military to develop engineering capabilities which meet the current threat landscape

Exploring future NATO rotorcraft capabilities

Examining the future NATO rotorcraft capabilities that will be discussed at Combat Helicopter 2017.

Gathering the global defence community

DSEI, the world leading defence and security event, will be returning on 12-15 September 2017. Defence Business looks ahead to the show

Challenges facing UK defence exporters

Ron Matthews and Aidan Turner outline their views on the current defence landscape and the future of UK overseas arms sales

Defence Reform Part 1: from whence it came

Dr Bill Egginton writes the first of three papers for Defence Business on the historical perspective of defence reform

The dangers of putting the bottom line ahead of security

Eamon Keating describes how planned budget cuts for the MoD Police could leave sensitive sites vulnerable to attack

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