SAHA EXPO will be held in an area 5 times larger than in 2018, when it was held for the first time, and more than 600 exhibitors from 30 countries will showcase their products and capabilities.
The domestic production potential of the defense, aviation, maritime and space industries will be opened to the world with the SAHA EXPO 2021 Hybrid Fair.
Turkey’s largest industrial cluster SAHA Istanbul will organize the SAHA EXPO Defense and Aviation Hybrid Fair physically at Istanbul Expo Center on November 10-13, virtually between November 15, 2021 – February 15, 2022. More than 600 exhibitors from 30 countries will exhibit their products and capabilities at the fair, which will be held on an area of 40 thousand square meters. SAHA EXPO will be held in an area 5 times larger than in 2018, when it was held for the first time.
Supported by the Ministry of National Defense, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Industry and Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Presidency of Defense Industry, visitors and purchasers from regions and countries such as Europe, USA, Africa, Middle East, Ukraine, Russia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh and India. delegations will attend.
The fair, where the most advanced technologies in the defense, marine, aerospace and aerospace industries will be exhibited, brings together its participants with international manufacturers and global-scale product and service suppliers. Hundreds of SMEs producing parts, components, subsystems and systems will meet with worldwide platform manufacturers at the fair, which is expected to have more than 25 thousand visitors this year. Over 10 thousand B2B/B2G business meetings will be held at the fair, which will bring together SMEs, domestic and foreign platform manufacturers and delegations.
SAHA EXPO Hybrid 2021 will host world-renowned brands such as BAYKAR, ASELSAN, TUSAŞ, TEI, ROKETSAN, HAVELSAN, BMC, STM, KALE GROUP, FNSS, TAIS, PRATT&WHITNEY, DOWAKSA, UKRSPECEXPORT, IVCHENKO-PROGRESS and MOTOR SICH.
In the fair, where there will be special areas where start-up companies can make their presentations, the signing ceremonies of the projects that have been signed will be held.
SAHA EXPO 2021 will turn into a hybrid fair with the virtual fair that will start on November 15, right after the physical fair. SAHA EXPO 2021, which will be the world’s first 3D hybrid exhibition in the defense and aerospace industry, will remain open for visitors until February 15, 2022. SAHA EXPO, which will provide the real fair experience to its visitors in a virtual environment, will be able to access 24/7 and benefit from all the services that can be provided in a real fair.
New products and technologies will be exhibited for the first time
SAHA EXPO Hybrid 2021 will be the gateway to the world for institutions and organizations that want to bring their products and capabilities to the international platform and benefit from unlimited cooperation opportunities.
In the fairs, a wide range of sectors ranging from unmanned armed and unarmed aerial vehicles to helicopters, aircraft, armored vehicles, weapons, rockets and ammunition, from the production of submarines and warships to tanks and equipment, from communication devices and equipment to cyber security, software and hardware development, will be exhibited in the defense, aviation and space sectors. operating companies will exhibit their newest systems and products at SAHA EXPO for the first time.
The virtual fair will not look for the truth either.
With XperEvent, the virtual fair application developed by BITES, a member of SAHA Istanbul and a subsidiary of ASELSAN, the participants; will visit the stands at the virtual fair, examine the products and catalogs, and have the opportunity to touch the game-changing technologies. At the virtual fair, visitors will be able to see the products by making a 24/7 3D virtual tour, view the catalogs by visiting the exhibitor stands, watch product and company videos, chat online with company officials and share business cards.
Participants will be able to hold B2B/B2G meetings in virtual environment with hundreds of procurement delegations from different countries.