SFTUE “BELSPETSVNESHTECHNIKA” PARTICIPATED IN THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL DEFENSE INDUSTRY EXHIBITION “ADEX-2016”, BAKU, AZERBAIJAN06.10.16
The 2nd International Exhibition “ADEX-2016” took part in the capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan within the period from September 27th till September 30th, being one of the largest military event in the Caspian region.
The exhibition was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Defense Industry and Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Organizational partner was Caspian Event Organisers Company. General sponsor of “ADEX-2016” was Undersecretariat for Defense Industry of Turkey.
216 companies from 34 countries, 29 official delegations from 21 countries of the world participated in the event. The exhibition welcomed the new participants from Latvia, Montenegro, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia. Companies, delegations and guests from 44 countries around the world participated in “ADEX-2016”. Occupying three halls of Baku Expo Center and outdoor area, the exhibition area increased by 10%. 10 national exhibition stands from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Israel, China, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey, France, Czech Republic took part in the event. Turkey was represented by 42 Companies, Israel – by 14 Companies, Russia – by 14 Companies.
Mr. Sergey Gurulev, Chairman of the State Military Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus, headed the official delegation of the SMIC in “ADEX-2016”.
The SFTUE “Belspetsvneshtechnika” participated in “ADEX-2016” as a collective organizer of the united exhibition stand of the State Military Industrial Committee. The SFTUE “Belspetsvneshtechnika” exhibited advanced defense technologies and the latest capabilities of the defense sector of Belarus with respect to design of fire engagement combat systems, combat geoinformation systems (automation mean systems, communication systems and means), optic and optronic equipment, Belarusian innovative technologies applied for development and manufacture of robotics systems of various designation as well as high-edge developments of radars and REW means, capabilities to deliver technical training means, upgrade of armored equipment and ADMSs. The following companies exhibited their products in the National Belarusian Pavilion: OJSC “AGAT – Control Systems – Managing Company of Geoinformation Control Systems Holding”, JSC “KB Radar”, BelOMO Holding, SC “140th Repair Plant” and Scientific and Production Limited Liability Company “OKB TSP”.
The combat vehicle from the composition of Belarusian missile system “Polonez” became the main showpiece of the 2nd International Defense Industry Exhibition “ADEX-2016”. The combat vehicle was demonstrated for the first time.
Special attention was paid to the exhibition outdoor area, which was totally occupied by companies from around the world. Republic of Belarus exhibited the following products on the exhibition outdoor area: command staff vehicle “Redut-221”, mobile staff module MShM-2, technical maintenance vehicle (MTO-AT-MB), mobile power station PES-100-t/230/ch/400 MB, radar RLS-50, UAV “KONDOR-1”, mock-up of upgraded Su-25 aircraft, mock-up of aircraft-type UAV “Berkut-1” and “Berkut-2”, vertical landing/take-off UAV “Shershen”, as well system of radio technical protection of aircraft against precision radio control weapon “Satellite”. In total Belarusian companies demonstrated more than 90 showpieces of military designation products. Informational partner of “ADEX 2016” was the magazine of the State Military Industrial Committee “VPK. Belarus”, which had its own exhibition stand.
Mr. Ilham Aliev, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, as well as the First Deputy Prime-Minister, the Head of Military Department, the Minister of Defense Industry of Azerbaijan, Air Force and Air Defense Commander-in-Chief- Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan visited the united Belarusian stand within the first hours of the exhibition. The guests attentively reviewed the exhibited equipment and armaments and expressed interest in development of bilateral cooperation in the most prospective directions of military-technical cooperation.