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Euronaval

The world’s only professional international show exclusively dedicated to naval defense and maritime safety and security, Euronaval, will run in its 24th year from October 27 to 31 in Paris/Le Bourget, France. Sponsored by the French government, Euronaval covers surface vessels, submarines and naval aviation. Since 1968, the exhibition has been taking place every second year in the French capital over the span of five days and addresses all the necessary means to carry out coastal and offshore missions, e.g., protection of naval sovereignty, law enforcement and peace keeping at sea, protection of assets and natural resources, and control of migration flows.


Maritime Security and Safety
While Euronaval is historically positioned to cover naval defense, the show is now open to civilian activities supporting missions at sea for maritime countries, especially for security and safety purposes. A dedicated space, MSS - Maritime Security and Safety, at the center of the exhibition will display the exhibitors’ answers to issues related to the security of maritime transport for goods and people, rescue at sea, humanitarian missions, migration control, combatting illicit trafficking, and securing resources linked to energy, mining or fisheries.


A Top-Level Global Audience
In 2012, 96 international delegations from 67 countries responded to the invitation of the French government, including 24 delegations from Europe, 22 from Africa, 19 from Central and East Asia, 11 from the Near and Middle East, and 12 from the Americas. Among the official buyers, there were 22 naval chiefs of staff from around the world. Euronaval 2012 scored a high satisfaction level among exhibitors, delegates and 30,500 trade visitors from 115 countries. The show that year was spread over 14,500 square meters of exhibition grounds and brought together 370 exhibitors—more than 50 percent of them from abroad and including the global heavyweights of the shipbuilding and maritime industry.

A Unique Business Platform
As a B-to-B naval defense show, Euronaval creates unique business opportunities between buyers and exhibitors. “When acquisition programs are scrutinized for budget optimization sake, the availability of wide ranging expertises under one roof and the focus on the naval theme only create the right conditions for an efficient shopping opportunity, while insuring an access to the latest technologies available in the international market,” said Jean-Marie Carnet, CEO of Euronaval. “Let’s not forget the opportunities for collaborative projects between countries, as well as between large groups and small businesses.”

Among the business opportunities the exhibition offers are technology workshops organized by exhibitors to present their latest work. Created in 2008, the “Euronaval B-to-B rendez-vous” bespoke meetings, 1,200 of which were organized in 2012, enable small businesses and large companies to make the best of their presence at the show by identifying and meeting with targeted stakeholders to develop new technical and business partnerships. The new Innovation Tours organized by themes will enable Euronaval 2014 visitors to organize their time on site with easy access to products and projects sought for future industrial cooperation.


Program
In parallel with the exhibition, Euronaval offers a comprehensive program of conferences and debates to explore and discuss trends and technology in today’s maritime and naval international business.

For instance, over the next decade, control over closed and open maritime zones will remain at the forefront of ambitions and power issues of world and regional leaders. In order to benefit from the wealth of the sea, marine territorialization should consider the international development of maritime routes and traffic.

Euronaval’s program topics will also include the development of sea conflicts from now to 2025, how international cooperation can maintain a powerful industry, and the alignment of public and private interests to protect and promote assets.


2014 Trophies
In their fourth edition, Euronaval Trophies will promote three companies in the naval defense and maritime security and safety sectors. Trophies will be awarded in two international innovation categories for all the exhibitors and one export performance category solely for SME (small-medium entreprise) French businesses.

The International Innovation Trophies will reward two companies that have developed an innovative product, concept or service. This trophy is divided into two categories: an innovation award for defense vessels of the future and an innovation award for maritime security.

The Export Performance Trophy will reward a French SME that has established a project for international export, establishment, diversification or partnership.


Credits
Euronaval would like to thank SIRPA/Marine Nationale, Daniel Ferellec, Anne Florecab, Yannick Bisson, Jacques Tonard and Vincent Maupile.

For more information on the show, visit www.euronaval.fr.


Exhibitors List
The following list of exhibitors was updated as of press time:
  • Abeking & Rasmussen Schiffs - und Yachtwerft ag
  • Abimde
  • Abu Dhabi MAR
  • ACSA-Groupe Alcen
  • Advanced Aerodynamic Vessels
  • Aeronautical & General Instruments Ltd.
  • AIAD and Mod Italy
  • Airbus DS Optronics GmbH
  • Alizes Marine Ltd.
  • Alsetex
  • Alyotech
  • Ameris Group
  • Amphenol Corp.
  • Arab Defence Journal
  • Ares Shipyard Ltd.
  • Areva TA
  • Armada de Chile (Chilean Navy)
  • Armada International & Asian Military Review
  • Armstrong Marine, Inc.
  • Asian Defence Journal
  • Asmar
  • ATLAS ELEKTRONIK GmbH
  • ATOB - Groupe Alcen
  • Atrasorb
  • Automatic Sea Vision S.A.
  • AVEVA Solutions Ltd.
  • Avon Communications SA
  • Babcock International Group PLC
  • BAE Systems
  • Bauer Kompressoren Group
  • Baytek GmbH
  • Bertin Technologies
  • Beuchat
  • BMTI - Alcen
  • Bolidt
  • Boomeranger Boats
  • BrahMos Aerospace
  • Bretagne Pôle Naval
  • Bureau Veritas
  • Cambridge Pixel
  • Campus Naval France
  • Caterpillar
  • CCI Paris Île-de-France
  • CCIV du Var CEA Technologies Pty. Ltd.
  • CeSigma
  • Chanakya Aerospace Defence & Maritime Review
  • Chantier Naval Pierre Gléhen
  • Chrisar Software Technologies
  • CILAS
  • Civitanavi Systems S.r.l.
  • Clarion Events
  • CMN Support Services Ltd.
  • CNIM
  • Colfax Fluid Handling
  • Constructions Mécaniques de Normandie
  • CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd.
  • CORICAN
  • Cummins France
  • Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd.
  • Damen Shipyards Group n.v.
  • Dassault Aviation
  • Dassault Systèmes
  • DBDC International Publications & Events
  • DCI
  • DCNS
  • DE REGT Marine Cables B.V.
  • Defence 21 Magazine
  • Defence Exhibition Organisation
  • Defense News
  • Defence Procurement International
  • Deno Compressors B.V.
  • Deschamps
  • DEUTSCH
  • Direction Centrale de la Police aux Frontières
  • Douane
  • DRASSM
  • DSIT Solutions Ltd.
  • ECA EN
  • ECA Robotics
  • ECA Sindel
  • ECASA
  • ECRIN Systems
  • EdgeTech
  • Elettronica SpA
  • EMGEPRON
  • ENAG
  • ENSTA Bretagne
  • EPCOTS
  • EQUIMER
  • ESDPA/APESD
  • Esri
  • EURO CLS
  • Euromaritime
  • Euroscript
  • EXAVISION SAS
  • EXPONAVAL 2014
  • Factem
  • Fincantieri S.p.A.
  • Finmeccanica SpA
  • FN Herstal Fr. Fassmer GmbH & Co. KG
  • Fr. Lürssen Werft GmbH & Co.KG
  • Fuerzas Militares del Mundo
  • Furuno France
  • Gabler Maschinenbau GmbH
  • GE Intelligent Platforms
  • GE Marine
  • GE Oil & Gas
  • GEM elettronica
  • Gendarmerie Maritime
  • Gendarmerie Nationale
  • General Atomics
  • Geopolitics
  • GICAN
  • Gielissen
  • Groupe EFINOR
  • Groupe FIVA
  • Groupe Fouré Lagadec
  • Grupo EDEFA
  • Hagenuk Marinekommunikation GmbH
  • Hamilton Jet (UK) Ltd.
  • Hatteland Display AS
  • Hawke Transit System
  • HGH Infrared Systems
  • Humphree
  • Hutchinson
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
  • IBR SISTEMI S.r.l
  • IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi SpA
  • IHS
  • IMDEX Asia 2015
  • INCOSEG
  • Indal Technologies Inc.
  • Indian Defence Review
  • Indian Military Review
  • Ingeliance Technologies Insitu Inc.
  • Intermarine
  • Israel Aerospace Industries
  • ITAR-TASS
  • iXBlue
  • JEUMONT Electric
  • Johnson Controls Inc.
  • K-Epsilon S.A.R.L.
  • Kallman Worldwide Inc.
  • Kelvin Hughes Ltd.
  • KERSHIP
  • Kongsberg
  • L-3
  • Lacroix
  • Lapp Muller
  • Leroux et Lotz Timolor
  • LGM
  • Liguria Shipbuilding District
  • LIMA’15
  • Lockheed Martin Corp.
  • LOGSUB Solucoes Logisticas
  • MacTaggart Scott
  • MAN Diesel & Turbo
  • Marine & Océans
  • Marine Jet Power
  • Marine Nationale Bureau AEM
  • Marinelec Technologies
  • Marotta Controls Inc.
  • MBDA
  • MEDAV GmbH
  • Meeting Point International
  • Metal Shark Aluminum Boats
  • MIFA
  • Milsoft
  • MINDEF/DICOD - DGA-Marine Nationale
  • Ministère de la Défense
  • MKU
  • Mototok International GmbH
  • MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH
  • National Defense Magazine
  • NATO Support Agency
  • Naval Forces
  • Navantia
  • Navielektro
  • NAVTIS
  • Navy BMD
  • Navy Recognition
  • NBC-Sys
  • NEREIDES
  • Netherlands Industries For Defence & Security
  • Nexeya
  • Nexter Systems
  • Nobiskrug GmbH
  • NOVEK Technical Solutions B.V.
  • OCEA
  • Oceans 21
  • ODAS
  • Odyssée-Systèmes - Kontron
  • Office of Naval Research Global
  • OmniSYS
  • Opérationnels SLDS
  • OTO Melara
  • PACIFIC 2015
  • PALFINGER
  • Panasonic Toughpad
  • Paul Boyé Technologies
  • Piening Propeller
  • Pilot Craft Concept
  • PIRIOU
  • Plascoa Couach
  • Pôle Mer Méditerranée
  • Provence Promotion
  • Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd.
  • Raidco Marine
  • Raytheon Co.
  • Région Bretagne
  • Rellumix
  • RENK AG
  • Rheinmetall AG
  • RINA S.p.A.
  • RTSYS
  • Russian Technologies State Corp.
  • Saab-Defence and Security
  • Sacom
  • Sagem Scania France S.A.S.
  • Schiebel Corp.
  • Schneider Electric
  • SCHOTTEL
  • SDArabia Weekly
  • SEACON (europe) Ltd.
  • SeaOwl Group
  • SEATEK S.p.A.
  • SEC
  • Secrétariat Général de la Mer
  • SERENISEAT
  • Shephard Media
  • SHOM
  • Sillinger
  • SKF Blohm + Voss Industries
  • SMAC
  • SNEF
  • SNSM
  • Sobec
  • Society of Maritime Industries
  • SOCITEC Vibrations
  • Sofresid-Engineering
  • SOFRESUD
  • Soutien Logistique Défense
  • ST Engineering Ltd.
  • Studec STX France
  • Subsea Tech
  • TE Connectivity
  • Team Defence Australia
  • TeamTec AS
  • Tecknisolar Seni
  • Terma A/S
  • Tetis Group
  • Thales
  • The IP Co.
  • The Netherlands Ministry of Defence
  • The Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs
  • Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems GmbH
  • TNO
  • Toulon Provence Méditerranée
  • Trimble
  • Triton Imaging Inc.
  • Ufast
  • Varivane Industries Ltd.
  • Vestdavit AS
  • Voith Turbo
  • VULKAN France SA
  • Wärtsilä Corp.
  • WASS - Finmeccanica
  • Zeppelin
  • ZF Friedrichshafen AG
  • Zodiac Milpro International





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