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DSEI 2021: UK's biggest Defence Land Equipment event confirmed for 2022

Posted 14 September 2021

At the launch of DSEI, Army Headquarters and DE&S Land Equipment are pleased to announce the much-anticipated return of DVD to Millbrook on 21 and 22 September 2022.

Image Courtesy Interdirect / DVD2022

DVD2022 will showcase the development and delivery of world class capabilities across the spectrum of Land Equipment, reflecting current procurement and upgrade programmes and future capability requirements.

THE EVENT for Land Equipment stakeholders will bring together acquisition teams and Defence industry, focusing on future requirements and opportunities over two days of informal discussions, engagement with users, briefings, seminars, demonstrations and live displays.


Attendees will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of equipment on display, from both industry and the military, including everything from specialist vehicles to the equipment and services necessary to support land-based military operations.


Major General Darren Crook, Director Land Equipment explains: “I’m delighted with the announcement of DVD2022, following 2020’s disappointing cancellation due to COVID 19. DVD is an important and valued event that brings together industry, international allies, and partners; DE&S and the British Army have been hosting it for many years, enabling visitors to gain hands-on experience of cutting-edge equipment.


“I’m looking forward to finding out more about new and emerging technologies and developing ideas for how these could benefit the UK’s Land Forces. DVD offers a unique opportunity to enhance our shared understanding of the challenges we currently face in the Land Equipment industry and the opportunities for future engagement and collaboration.”


The DVD2022 team will be in attendance at DSEI from 14 - 17 September 2021, with exhibitor registrations opening then. 
 
 
 
 
 
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