Discover at DefExpo 2022 defense products technologies and innovations of India
Discover the latest military products of the Indian Defense Industry at DefExpo 2022, the most important defense event in India. The DefExpo is an international defense exhibition that takes place every two years in India. The edition 2022, was held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India from 18 to 22 October 2022.
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The defense industry of India showcases its latest innovations and technologies of military equipment in the fields of Land, Air, and Sea at DefExpo 2022, a defense exhibition in India.
The theme of DefExpo 2022 is ‘Path to Pride’ and in semblance with Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s vision to transform India into a strong and self-reliant nation by supporting, showcasing and forging partnerships for the Indian Aerospace and Defence manufacturing sectors with India as well as global customers. The aim is to showcase the might of the domestic defence industry which is now powering ‘Make in India, Make for the World’ resolve of the Government and the nation at large.
The inaugural ceremony and seminars was held at Mahatma Mandir Convention and Exhibition Centre (MMCEC), Exhibition at Helipad Exhibition Centre (HEC), Live Demonstrations on all five days at Sabarmati River Front (SRF) and ship visits for public by the Indian Coast Guard at Porbandar. The biggest drone show by the indigenous IIT Delhi start-up M/s Botlabs (an iDEX winner) has also been organised, which will be another highlight of the mega-event. The sale of space had commenced from August 15, 2022 and, thus far, over 1,000+ exhibitors have registered and the numbers are anticipated to be the highest-ever recorded during the previous editions of DefExpo.
In the run-up to the event, a nation-wide reach out has been undertaken inviting the States to set-up pavilions and thereby partake in nation building through enhancing indigenous defence manufacturing. Many States have assured of participation as a State pavilion. The enhanced number of State Pavilions, which is presently eight, would also provide the opportunity for Chief Ministers, Industries Ministers, Chief Secretaries etc. to solicit investment and promote their respective States thus cultivating more centres for indigenous aerospace and defence manufacturing within the country. Also, towards greater participation by start-ups and MSMEs, 50 per cent discount on space charges is offered.