Eurosatory 2018: 250 combat and security vehicles will be exhibited


More than 250 armored combat and security vehicles will be exhibited at Eurosatory 2018, the International of Land and Airland Defence and Security Exhibition that will take place in Paris (France) from the 11 to 15 June 2018. Some of armoured and tactical vehicles will be also presented every day during a live demonstration.


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More than 250 military and security vehicles will be exhibited at Eurosatory 2018, the International of Land and Airland Defence and Security Exhibition that will take place in Paris (France) from the 11 to 15 June 2018.


National and International Companies as Daimler, Farmington’s Automotive, Isuzu, IVECO Defence Vehicle, Otokar, Arquus, Nexter , Rheinmetall, General Dynamics and more will presented their latest products and unveiled new generation of military and security vehicles as APC (Armored Personnel Carrier), IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle), main battle tanks, artillery systems, tactical vehicles, and fire trucks.

During Eurosatory 2018, visitors will have the opportunity to see more than 250 different types of vehicles as tracked and wheeled armoured, protected and unarmoured vehicles, logistic vehicles, trucks, firefighting vehicles, ambulances and sanitary vehicles, crowd control and anti-riot vehicles, cash in transit vehicles, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) and Systems, motorcycles, quads and all the specialized subcontracting.

Combat vehicles provide Soldiers and units with the combinations of mobility, lethality, and protection necessary to defeat enemy forces, seize, occupy and defend land areas, and achieve positional and psychological advantages over the enemy.

Today, a modern and ready combat vehicle fleet is essential to achieve overmatch, which is the combination of capabilities that prevent enemy organizations from successfully using their equipment or employing their tactics.

Combat vehicles are essential to joint combined arms operations, operations that integrate infantry, armor, artillery, engineers, aviation, and joint capabilities. Combat vehicles have proven their value in all types of terrain and tactical environments from open desert to mountains, jungles, and cities.

Combat vehicles provide general capabilities to Soldiers that enhance their ability to fight, including networked communications, load carrying, and power generation. They also fulfill roles essential to seizing, retaining and exploiting the initiative in battle. These include close combat, reconnaissance, protected Soldier and leader transportation, indirect fire, route clearance, obstacle reduction, mission command and communications, medical evacuation, maintenance, and sustainment. A modern combat vehicle fleet is a critical component of Joint Force success, as well as our Army’s ability to reduce casualties in battle.

As part of the launch of its 2017 Global Armoured Vehicles Market Report, Defence IQ estimated that the armoured vehicles market will reach $15.17 billion this year. With defence budgets steadily rising, and expected to continue following the same trajectory, the sector is expected to witness new contract opportunities and large scale government investments.

Coupled with a developing global terrorist threat, highlighted by the activity of terrorists in Europe and Asia, and heightened tensions across the globe, it would seem that many governments, across various continents, are ready to develop their security capabilities and purchase armoured and protected vehicle for security and police forces.


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