Abu Dhabi, UAE | 18th - 19th November 2014 Electronic Warfare GCC 2014 Conference & Exhibition Tangent Link is proud to deliver the 4th in this highly successful series of Electronic Warfare conferences & exhibitions for the GCC countries.
As growth in Electronic Warfare capabilities accelerates across the Middle East, leading nations acknowledge that EW remains critical to operational effectiveness. This focused event helps to meet the markets need to learn about developments in EW from international EW specialists and operators.
Don't miss this gateway to the rapidly expanding EW opportunities in the Middle East
Senior leaders, military operators and EW decision makers from the six GCC member states, which include the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait & Bahrain, responsible for Electronic Warfare operations, specification and procurement, are again set to come together in Abu Dhabi to discuss their current & future requirements.
Electronic Warfare and its role in protecting people and borders.
As Governments and civilian populations increasingly rely on the electromagnetic spectrum, the 4th EWGCC event looks at the challenges with integrating cyber warfare, electronic warfare and electromagnetic operations for effective defence against security risks.
Why your organisation should participate
The Middle East is one of the largest growing markets in Electronic Warfare and Cyber defence
EW GCC 2013 attracted over 200 delegates from 17 nations and key decision makers from all GCC countries
IT is recognised as a leading international event by EW commanders and senior government stakeholders
Unmatched ‘business connection services’ to assist with EW opportunity acceleration
2 Day conference & exhibition
EW GCC 2014 takes the shape of a 2 day conference and will address current EW capabilities, introduce emerging and future EW technologies and will showcase products and services from leading international defence organisations looking for business opportunities in the GCC states and the Middle East region.
Potential speakers are invited to submit a short abstract or set of key points/bullets of no more than one page which describes the presentation thesis as soon as possible. We are particularly interested in military and government speakers.