You are invited to visit the C²I² Systems stand at stand number 6S10
Africa’s largest aerospace, defence, and security exhibition is moving to what many have called the world’s most beautiful city. Africa Aerospace & Defence – AAD 2008– will be held in Cape Town from 17-21 September.
Air Force Base Ysterplaat, against the backdrop of Table Mountain, will provide the setting for the only exposition of its sort in Africa and will feature more than 400 exhibitors from at least 25 countries.
All of the major suppliers of civil and military aerospace, defence, and security equipment to the South African government will be represented in Cape Town by top ranking executives.
It’s an innovative and expanded showcase for local, regional and global exhibitors who supply civil, military and security products, systems, components and services to customers in Africa and around the world.
AAD 2008 will feature three trade days and two public days. The last show, AAD 2006 in Cape Town, drew more than 22 000 professional trade visitors from Africa and beyond. The public days with the air show featuring some of the world’s most advanced aircraft drew 90 000 spectators in 2006.
This year’s show also coincides with the South African government’s strategy for strengthening, growing and forging worldwide alliances for its domestic aerospace, air transport, maritime, land systems, security and space industries.
Exhibitors from industrialised countries as well as the emerging markets will ensure an unparalleled diversity of product systems and a vast array of newly developed technologies.
AAD 2008 will provide a unique opportunity for industry and the media to get to grips with the opportunities unfolding on the African continent, particularly as South African industry joins hands with its international partners.
You are invited to visit the C²I² Systems stand at stand number 6S10.