IDEF 2023: Day 2 summary at International Defense Exhibition Istanbul Türkiye

ISTANBUL, TURKEY, July 28, 2023 – On the second day of the International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF) 2023, the bustling city of Istanbul continues to be the global hub for national and international defense industry stakeholders. This highly-anticipated event, organized biennially by the Turkish Armed Forces Foundation, is a worldwide window into the latest defense products and innovations.
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Discover the latest innovations and technologies of defense products at IDEF 2023, a defense exhibition in Istanbul, Türkiye. (Picture source Army Recognition)

The fair, which has grown exponentially since its inception in 1993, brings together key decision-makers from the defense sector, military officers, industry representatives, and professionals interested in defense and security technologies. Its primary purpose is to serve as a platform for manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their products and services, and for attendees to network and form partnerships.

Today, Army Recognition had the chance to discover the latest cutting-edge defense technologies and products displayed at this unique event. These range from land, air, and naval vehicles to state-of-the-art electronics, weaponry, and security systems, reflecting the broad scope of the global defense industry.

Over the years, the Turkish defense industry has matured and innovated, demonstrating significant advancements in various fields, including drone technology, armored vehicles, and naval systems. At IDEF, Turkish companies and the government have seized the opportunity to showcase these advancements, offering their products and services to both domestic and international markets.

The event plays a pivotal role in the expansion of the Turkish defense industry, allowing it to forge connections, create partnerships, and engage in significant deals with international buyers and defense stakeholders. This global exposure continues to support the growth and increasing influence of Turkey's defense industry.

As the four-day event continues, Istanbul remains the focal point for defense industry innovation, positioning the city, and by extension Turkey, at the forefront of international defense technology advancements. The remaining days of IDEF 2023 promise to bring more exciting revelations and opportunities, further reinforcing its status as one of the world's most significant defense industry exhibitions.

Summary of the IDEF 2023 Day 2 video coverage:

00:00 INTRO
00:15 Virtual tour of IDEF 2023 International Defense Exhibition in Istanbul, Türkiye
01:05 Meteksan from Türkiye unveils new naval defense products at IDEF 2023
01:56 Meteksan unveils new kamikaze naval drone ULAQ KAMA
04:24 NAZAR Laser Electronic Warfare System delivered to the Turkish navy
06:25 Meteksan unveils new retractable sonar for small vessels named YAKAMOS RT at IDEF 2023
08:40 Turkish company BMC presents its full range of wheeled combat vehicles at IDEF 2023
10:00 BMC displays the latest generation of Altay local-made Main Battle Tank
10:34 BMC exhibits its full range of wheeled armored vehicles including Amazon, Uran, Kirpi II
11:04 BMC launches Tulga armor SUV designed for security and police forces
11:22 BMC presents its 8x8 armored vehicle including Altug equipped with different types of weapon systems
11:55 Ukrainian defense industry unveils its new naval kamikaze drone called Magura at IDEF 2023
15:46 Next defense exhibitions for Army Recognition editorial team, MSPO in Poland, DSEI in the United Kingdom, and Partner in Serbia.
16:40 Army Recognition Group contact information
16:56 OUTRO

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