Global Military Communications
DSEI Japan 2023 drives speed and agility in defence strategy
DSEI Japan has announced that rapid acquisition and development as well as rapid deployment, in the defence sector will form the seminar themes for the 2023 event, set to take place 15-17 March 2023, in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo.
The current and future operating environment will be revolutionised by the increasing new challenges that are changing the trajectory of traditional warfare. Closer collaboration can increase the speed and quality of procurement processes to ensure that available capabilities meet the rapidly changing needs of Japan’s defence sector.
The Rapid Acquisition Process (RAP) provides rapid transition funding for the development and fielding of highly successful competitive experiments and demonstrations. By driving rapid delivery, threat-informed, concept-driven, technology-enabled, policy-aware, resource-aligned and evidence-based capabilities can support readiness in shorter timeframes. The main conference themes for DSEI Japan will be announced in due course.
James Samuel, Director, DSEI Japan, said: “Speed and agility are key in delivering strengthened security for the Asia-Pacific region, and DSEI Japan’s role here is to support Japan in delivering its message that it is a key strategic partner for nations around the globe and is critically placed to influence geo-political and defence policies in the Asia-Pacific region.”
“DSEI Japan 2023 offers an unparalleled opportunity for defence equipment suppliers to meet with Japanese decision makers to work together on the air, land and maritime programmes that will reinforce Japan’s military capabilities and promote stability in the region.”
DSEI Japan brings together the international defence and security community to explore the relationship between foreign policy, military capability and developments in key emerging technologies, and their impact on security in the Indo-Pacific. DSEI Japan will take place against the backdrop of Japan and Australia bolstering military ties and intelligence sharing in a revamped security pact aimed at countering China’s growing military presence in the Asia Pacific region.
National export capabilities will also be in focus, with official international pavilions from Israel, France, Germany, USA, Canada, Italy, Australia and the United Kingdom, among others.