Eurosatory is the leading Land and Airland Defence & Security Exhibition. It is organised by COGES every even years. Eurostory showcases the largest fully integrated land & airland Defence and Security products. During a five-day exhibition, this worldwide trade fair offers a unique opportunity to welcome professional visitors from more than 150 countries, to meet all the international experts, to discover the technology novelties and to be kept up to date with Defence and Security technology novelties of the supply chain with more than 1,800 exhibitors. For several sessions, Eurosatory has also been proposing Civil Security equipment. A cluster is particularly dedicated to People and Properties Protection.
The Technology continuum: all aspects of Land and Airland Defence, plus a strong Civil and Homeland Security focus
The entire Supply Chain: operational systems, raw materials, prime contractors’ finished products, in all Defence & Security areas
Life-size Presentation of equipment and weapons systems at stands and in action during Live Demonstrations to boost Exhibitor visibility and promote their products
A unique platform for meetings, talks and purchasing between major industrial prime contractors and subcontractors, and between buyers and suppliers
Exceptional attendance by high-calibre visitors, (decision-makers, contract givers and key influencers, etc.) invited by the organiser who welcome them personally
A forum for ideas where the future of Defence and Security is prepared: conferences and workshops (trends analysis and feedback), Think Tanks and Strategy consulting, etc.
1,802 exhibitors from 63 countries ; 65.8% of which are international companies
39 national pavilions
57,056 international visitors from 153 countries; 50.1% of which are international
227 Official Delegations from 94 countries and 4 international organisations
696 journalists – 47% international
A new exhibition hall dedicated to Security topics
A new area the Eurosatory Lab
For the first time institutional Live Demonstrations; among them the French Police a joined exercice between the Research and Intervention Brigade and the Paris Fire Brigade, the French Army, the Special Operations Command, and the National Gendarmerie Intervention Group.