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EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS ETC. - IDEX 2009

IDEX 2009 closes with deals exceeding Dh18bn

Posted on 27/02/2009

The International Defence Exhibition IDEX 2009 concluded yesterday on a triumphant note with the total deals signed during the five-day event exceeding Dh18 billion. The event hosted by Abu Dhabi was a great success in terms of representation of global firms specialising in defence industry and the participation of official delegations from various countries. A record-breaking 897 companies from 50 countries and over 150 official delegations from around the world were in attendance at the ...  >>MORE

VP tours IDEX, urges UAE national to sustain momentum of progress

Posted on 27/02/2009

Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai H. H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum visited yesterday the 9th International Defence Exhibition (IDEX). Sheikh Mohammed was accompanied during his tour by HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Aviation Authority and a number of top officials. Upon his arrival at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Sheikh Mohammed was welcomed by Lt. ...  >>MORE

Abdullah Bin Zayed visits IDEX 2009

Posted on 27/02/2009

Foreign Minister HH Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed his appreciation for the qualitative shift the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) has achieved as is evident from the increasing number of global organisations participating in the event. Touring various pavilions at IDEX 2009 on its final day on Thursday, Sheikh Abdullah also marvelled at the impressive participation of the national companies of UAE in IDEX, which is considered one of world's largest defence ...  >>MORE

C 4 Controls denies link with Israel over satellite project

Posted on 27/02/2009

Khalid Abdulla Mubarak Al Buainnain, Executive Vice President Middle East Military and Defence Projects, 4C Controls Inc., yesterday categorically denied any relation between his company and Israel in regards to commercial satellites. Defence News magazine has recently run a news report saying the UAE is negotiating a commercial deal with Israel that would grant the Emirate of Abu Dhabi access to the Israeli-built Eros B satellite. A government official source has denied the report at ...  >>MORE

CNIA and Al Otaiba Enterprises ink AED 147 mn agreement for security card management

Posted on 27/02/2009

The Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) has signed a cooperation agreement with Al Otaiba Enterprises to provide security authorization and access cards, and to meet other needs and requirements for security procedures at critical sites. The total value of the agreement is Dh147 million. The agreement was signed by CNIA's Director General H.E. Staff Brigadier Engineer Muhair Ali Al Khateri and Mr. Sultan Al Otaiba, Chairman of Al Otaiba Enterprises, at IDEX 2009. Khateri ...  >>MORE

CNIA signs MoU with VEDC

Posted on 27/02/2009

The Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Vocational Education Development Centre (VEDC) to develop training opportunities for UAE personnel. The MoU was signed during the 9th International Defence Exhibition (IDEX 2009) at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. VEDC will provide personnel to be trained by CNIA before entering CNIA's workforce. VEDC will also work with CNIA to develop new processes, procedures and services in the ...  >>MORE

UAE announces defence deals worth Dh 1.47 bn on fourth day of IDEX

Posted on 26/02/2009

The UAE announced yesterday it has signed defence contracts with a total value of Dh 1.47 billion on the fourth day of the 9th International Defence Conference and Exhibition (IDEX 2009), IDEX Spokesperson Major General Obaid Al Ketbi said today. 'A Dh 1.071 billion contract has been signed with the Canadian Provincial Aerospace Ltd to upgrade two aircrafts type DHC - 8 Q300 in order to turn them to marine patrol aircrafts,' Al Ketbi told the daily briefing at IDEX. A contract has been ...  >>MORE

CNIA and IGG sign Dh 67 million contract for security water barriers

Posted on 26/02/2009

The Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) has signed an agreement with International Golden Group (IGG) to construct water security barrier systems in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The three-year agreement is worth Dh 67 million. The agreement was signed at IDEX 2009 by CNIA's Director General, Brigadier Engineer Muhair Ali Al Khateri, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of IGG, Mr. Mohammed Hilal Sorour Al Ka'abi. Present at the signing ceremony were a number of officials from ...  >>MORE

Tawazun, Bin Jabr sign MoU for joint development of NIMR vehicle

Posted on 26/02/2009

Tawazun Holding and Bin Jabr Group for Holding Industries LLC have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for collaboration on setting up a joint venture company for the development of NIMIR vehicle. NIMR is an off-road extreme utility Military Vehicle, designed and manufactured by Bin Jabr Group through its facility in Jordan which is designed and equipped to produce 1,000 vehicles a year, with a further room of future expansion. Under the terms of the MoU, Tawazun will own 60 percent ...  >>MORE

Major UAE Navy order for Abu Dhabi Ship Building

Posted on 26/02/2009

Under a contract announced by the UAE Armed Forces at IDEX 2009, Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) is to build twelve new boats for the UAE Navy and retrofit twelve existing boats. The UAE Armed Forces announced on the second day of IDEX the signing of a contract with Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding Company for supply of 12 combat vessels at a value of Dh 771.1 million and upgrading another 12 combat vessels at total cost of Dh 164.3 million. The total contract was valued at Dh 935.4 million. The 26.5m ...  >>MORE

Spotlight on remote-controlled aircraft

Posted on 26/02/2009

UAE firms have taken advantage of the region's biggest defence gathering to show off a range of sophisticated remote-controlled aircraft built in Abu Dhabi. Under a camouflage netting, Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments (ADASI) displayed a mini-helicopter outfitted with a camera that can take off, fly a pattern at up to 185km/h, and land, all without prompting from an operator. ADCOM, a major producer of drones and unmanned craft, displayed models with cameras that are assembled at its ...  >>MORE

World's longest non-reinforced bridge on display at IDEX

Posted on 26/02/2009

As the December 2004 Tsunami demonstrated so dramatically and tragically, the loss of bridges poses critical problems to emergency relief operations. With bridges down, it is simply impossible to move supplies and people in quantity and at speed. WFEL, the British trusted supplier of military bridging to almost 40 different armed forces across the globe, has proven that its range of world leading bridging systems can be deployed easily and rapidly to where they are most needed. These ...  >>MORE

Al Taif and Al Masaood sign a MoU to enhance UAE Armed Forces support

Posted on 26/02/2009

Al Taif Technical Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), and the leading provider of maintenance, repair '&' overhaul and upgrade services for heavy utility vehicles, ground support equipment and fighting platforms, signed yesterday, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Al Masaood leading specialists in MTU diesel engines repair and maintenance. Present during the signing were Cyril Arar, CEO of Al Taif Technical Services, and Eng. Safwat Ali ...  >>MORE

Police dogs on trail of palm pests

Posted on 26/02/2009

Police dogs are hot on the scent of a destructive weevil that infests palm trees. The palm weevil is a pest to the country's date industry as it burrows into the trunks of the trees and destroys them. Over the past few months, dogs have been trained to sniff out palm weevils at Al Foaa Farms in Al Ain with great success. Now the scheme may be rolled out nationwide. The dogs' skills have been on show this week at the Idex exhibition in Abu Dhabi, where they were visited by Sheikh Saif bin ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives Tunisian Defence Minister

Posted on 25/02/2009

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received yesterday at his office in the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition centre Kamal Marjan, Tunisian national defence minister who is currently visiting the country to attend the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX 2009). Sheikh Mohammed discussed with the Tunisian minister fraternal ties between the two countries and ways to enhance them. Sheikh Mohammed ...  >>MORE

UAE signs defence contracts worth Dh 12.4 bn at IDEX

Posted on 25/02/2009

The UAE has struck contracts in the tune of Dh 12.4 billion on the third day of the 9th International Defence Conference and Exihibition (IDEX 2009), IDEX Spokesperson Staff Major General Obaid Al Ketbi announced yesterday. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Caracal starts sales in Europe

Posted on 25/02/2009

Caracal International, the first state-owned firearm manufacturer in the Arab world, has signed an important deal in Italy, announced Saeed Al Shamsi, Commercial Director of Caracal. The Abu Dhabi-based company, a subsidiary of the Tawazun Holding, has started operations on the competitive civilian and law enforcement markets opening an export line to Italy. "The first lots of pistols will be shipped shortly after IDEX 2009. We are currently evaluating demonstrations to more police and ...  >>MORE

Tawazun signs cooperation agreement, MoU

Posted on 25/02/2009

Tawazun Holding, the UAE-based investment company, has signed a cooperation agreement with Rheinmetal AG - a key player in the markets for defense equipment and automotive components. The agreement was signed today by H.E. Saif Mohamed Al Hajeri, Chief Executive Officer of Tawazun, and Klaus Eberhardt, Chief Executive Officer of Rheinmetall. It follows a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two sides in June 2008 during the Eurosatory defense exhibition in Paris, France. ...  >>MORE

IGG signs deals with AM General, General Dynamics at IDEX

Posted on 25/02/2009

As the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX 2009) entered its third day, UAE's leading defence product and system supplier, International Golden Group (IGG) signed two agreements yesterday with AM General and General Dynamics. The agreements to increase the market share of the defence products manufactured by these two companies were signed by Chairman of the IGG, Retired Lt.General Mohammed Hilal Suroor Al Ka'abi with officials representing AM General and General dynamics. US based AM ...  >>MORE

CNIA signs deals with Advanced Integrated Systems worth Dh 767 million

Posted on 25/02/2009

The Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) has signed two agreements with Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) worth a total of Dh 767 million at IDEX 2009. The first agreement will provide specialized experts to train and qualify CNIA's Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) teams using the latest techniques and methods to international accredited standards for the protection and security of facilities. CNIA's Director General Brigadier Engineer Muhair Ali Al Khateri said, "The ...  >>MORE

Lockheed Martin displays its stunning video for Apache technology at IDEX

Posted on 25/02/2009

America's Lockheed Martin displayed its streaming video technology for Apache aircrews at the International Defence Exhibition, IDEX 2009 yesterday. Dubbed VUIT-2, the new technology provides Apache aircrews with real-time streaming battlefield video and metadata from unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) on cockpit multi-purpose displays, enhancing situational awareness, providing real-time intelligence validation, reducing the sensor-to-shooter timeline and improving effectiveness against ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives Saudi, Algerian officials

Posted on 24/02/2009

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, met separately yesterday at his office in the Abu Dhabi international Exhibitions Centre with HRH Major General Khalid bin Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Commander of the Saudi Land Forces and General Ahmed Kayed, Chief of Staff of the Algerian National Army, who are visiting the country to attend the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX 2009). Sheikh Mohammed discussed ...  >>MORE

UAE announces Dh 3 billion deals at IDEX

Posted on 24/02/2009

The UAE announced yesterday its armed forces have struck a series of defence contracts worth over Dh 3 billion. 'A contract was signed with Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding Company for supply of 12 combat vessels at a value of Dh 771.1 million and upgrading another 12 combat vessels at total cost of Dh 164.3 million. The total contract was valued at Dh 935.4 million,' said Major General Obaid Al Ketbi, Chairman of the Military Committees and the Official Spokesman for IDEX 2009. According to him, a ...  >>MORE

Sultan opens IDEX Gulf Defence Conference

Posted on 24/02/2009

HE Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), opened yesterday the official IDEX 2009 Gulf Defence Conference at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. 'The one-day forum, held under the theme: 'Changing World: Emerging Threats and New Security Challenges', will identify and discuss the key defence and security priorities facing the Gulf region today, examine the wider strategic environment and the impact on equipment acquisition decisions and ...  >>MORE

UAE Ministry of Interior signs contracts worth Dh 117 million

Posted on 24/02/2009

The UAE Ministry of Interior signed yesterday two contracts worth Dh 117 million during IDEX. The first Dh 75 million contract was signed with EADS Defence '&' Security (DS) calls for preparing a plan for an integrated police security system solution for the Police Forces in the Emirates of Abu Dhabi. Under the second deal, which worth Dh 42 million, Motorola Company will provide Police patrols with advanced cameras capable of transmitting live images to the central operations room. Lt. ...  >>MORE

SAS: the first Emirati company specialized in maintenance and repair for military sectors

Posted on 24/02/2009

SAS LLC (Special Advanced Systems LLC) is a newly established company formed by a joint venture between Tawazun Holdings Company LLC - An Offset Program Bureau Company and Advanced Integrated Systems - It was created to become a leading, world class maintenance and repair business, serving both the Military and the civil sectors. The company prides itself on its Emirati highly skilled team, who have many years of experience in the technical field, offering specialist advice and superior ...  >>MORE

Caracal secures export license approval from US

Posted on 24/02/2009

Caracal International, a completely owned subsidiary of Tawzun Holding, announced that it has received an export License from the United States of America. This now enables Caracal to export its products to the United States. This achievement is a milestone in Caracal's strategic plan that was announced during its launch in IDEX 2007. This has brought Caracal closer to the goal of selling their products internationally, a company press release said. Saeed Ali Al-Shamsi, Commercial Director ...  >>MORE

Mubadala, Sikorsky Aerospace plan military MRO joint venture

Posted on 24/02/2009

Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), and Sikorsky Aerospace Services yesterday announced the signing of a Heads of Agreement (HOA), paving the way for a joint venture establishing an aviation military maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) center in Abu Dhabi. Mubadala is a business development and investment company based in Abu Dhabi. Sikorsky Aerospace Services is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. The agreement between the two parties was signed during the International ...  >>MORE

UAE's Tawazun Holding, Northrop Grumman announce collaboration on advanced technology defence programmes

Posted on 24/02/2009

Tawazun Holding, a company established within the Offset Group, yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Northrop Grumman Corporation through the Electronic Systems sector (NYSE: NOC) to explore the establishment of a collaborative business alliance on various defence programmes and requirements. The MoU was signed by H.E. Saif Mohamed Al Hajeri, chief executive officer of Tawazun Holding, and John C. Johnson, sector vice president '&' general manager of Northrop Grumman's ...  >>MORE

Lockheed nears US$7b system deal

Posted on 24/02/2009

Lockheed Martin Corp, the world's largest defence company, said a US$7 billion (Dh25.7 billion) agreement to sell an advanced missile defence system to the United Arab Emirates may be reached within 18 months. "The US government is fully behind selling THAAD to the UAE," said Dennis Cavin, vice president for international air and missile defence strategic initiatives, in an interview in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Delivery would begin after 2012. The Terminal High-Altitude Area Defence weapon ...  >>MORE

Al Jaber, ROKETSAN ink deal

Posted on 24/02/2009

ROKETSAN Company (Turkey) and Al Jaber Group have reached an agreement for a contract to design and develop a weapon system for a Middle East country. The US$ 90 million contract was signed during IDEX by Obeid Khalifa Jaber Al Murri, Chairman of Al Jaber Group and Huseyin Baysak, General Manager of ROKETSAN, in the presence of Turkish National Defence Minister HE Vecdi Gonul. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE President opens IDEX 2009

Posted on 23/02/2009

UAE President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan inaugurated yesterday the 9th edition of the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2009) in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Attending the grand opening ceremony were also Their Highnesses Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates, Crown Princes and Deputies of Rulers, a number of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed tours IDEX pavilions

Posted on 23/02/2009

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces yesterday toured the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX). Sheikh Mohammed toured the national pavilions of Turkey, Russia and the UAE, where he stopped at the stands of the Tawazun Holding, the investment company owned by the Offset Program Bureau, and the stand of Caracal, the first small arms manufacturer in the UAE. Sheikh Mohammed also visited Mubadal's stand and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives defence ministers, military chiefs

Posted on 23/02/2009

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces yesterday received at his office in Abu Dhabi International Exhibitions Centre Abdul Rahim Wardak, Afghanistan's Minister of Defence. Sheikh Mohammed and Wardak discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them, as well as the UAE's keenness to stand by the Afghani people and to continue its humanitarian support in a way that will contribute in rebuilding the ...  >>MORE

French Defence minister urges Iran to cooperate with IAEA with transparency

Posted on 23/02/2009

Defence Minister of France Herve Morin urged Iran yesterday to halt its nuclear activities and to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) with transparency as its current programme threatens the countries in the region and the world. Morin is in UAE's capital to participate in the opening ceremony of the International Defence Exhibition, IDEX 2009 and to inspect the installations at France's military base due to be opened this spring. Speaking on the sidelines of IDEX, ...  >>MORE

UAE to obtain 224 advanced air-to-air missiles for F-16 jets

Posted on 23/02/2009

The UAE will acquire one of the most advanced medium range air-to-air missile systems from the US for its F-16 fleet. Officials from Reytheon, the manufacturers of the system, at Idex confirmed and told Emirates Business the UAE has made a firm order for 224 AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (Amraam). "Amraam is one of the most advanced missiles and already deployed in other region countries, like Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Pakistan. The missiles are for the F-16 Block 60 ...  >>MORE

Caracal launches new brand pistol at IDEX 2009

Posted on 23/02/2009

Caracal International, the first national light weapons manufacturer, launched yesterday at IDEX its new brand pistol SC to become a new member of Caracal's signature family of premium products. Hamad Khalifa Al-Neyadi, Managing Director of Caracal International, a subsidiary owned by Tawzun Holding of the Offset Program Bureau, said the sophisticated light weapon would be an ideal option for use of military establishments and law enforcement agencies across the world. 'The pistol is the ...  >>MORE

First UAE-made armoured VIP vehicle unveiled

Posted on 23/02/2009

Hydra Trading, a regional leader in providing technology solutions, and maintenance, repair and overhaul services to the defence and other industries, at Idex yesterday unveiled the first UAE-developed armoured VIP vehicle for the Middle East launch. Director General Dr Mohammed Zahran said the vehicle is mainly targeted for escorting VIPs, police and para-military forces. "Given its great mobility, high speed and the highest levels of ballistic protection, it is the ideal vehicle for VIP ...  >>MORE

Latest night vision technology at IDEX

Posted on 23/02/2009

Qioptiq Group, one of the world's principal designers and manufacturers of infrared and image intensified night vision equipment, has expressed its commitment to offering innovative products and a world-class service during its participation at IDEX 2009. With an enviable reputation spanning over 100 years and an international Network of Companies serving the defence, aerospace, industrial, automotive, space, scientific, medical and life science markets, Qioptiq is displaying at IDEX 2009 a ...  >>MORE

IDEX recognises Abu Dhabi growing influence at global defence industry: BAE Systems

Posted on 23/02/2009

BAE Systems, a veteran exhibitor at IDEX since it was introduced into the defence show calendar in 1993, says the show has developed to be much more than just a showcase for land systems and now embraces every aspect of the defence industry. Simon Keith, Managing Director of BAE Systems, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, emphasises that the company's presence is not only centred on the offering of specific equipment and systems. "We also treat IDEX as one of the major corporate shows, ...  >>MORE

UAE President opens IDEX 2009 today

Posted on 22/02/2009

UAE President and Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, will inaugurate in Abu Dhabi today the 9th edition of the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2009), in the presence of Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Their Highnesses Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates, a number of sheikhs, ministers, heads of delegations of over 50 countries, a large ...  >>MORE

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IDEX 2009 closes with deals exceeding Dh18bn


VP tours IDEX, urges UAE national to sustain momentum of progress


Abdullah Bin Zayed visits IDEX 2009


C 4 Controls denies link with Israel over satellite project


CNIA and Al Otaiba Enterprises ink AED 147 mn agreement for security card management


CNIA signs MoU with VEDC


UAE announces defence deals worth Dh 1.47 bn on fourth day of IDEX


CNIA and IGG sign Dh 67 million contract for security water barriers


Tawazun, Bin Jabr sign MoU for joint development of NIMR vehicle


Major UAE Navy order for Abu Dhabi Ship Building


Spotlight on remote-controlled aircraft


World's longest non-reinforced bridge on display at IDEX


Al Taif and Al Masaood sign a MoU to enhance UAE Armed Forces support


Police dogs on trail of palm pests


Mohammed bin Zayed receives Tunisian Defence Minister


UAE signs defence contracts worth Dh 12.4 bn at IDEX


Caracal starts sales in Europe


Tawazun signs cooperation agreement, MoU


IGG signs deals with AM General, General Dynamics at IDEX


CNIA signs deals with Advanced Integrated Systems worth Dh 767 million


Lockheed Martin displays its stunning video for Apache technology at IDEX


Mohammed bin Zayed receives Saudi, Algerian officials


UAE announces Dh 3 billion deals at IDEX


Sultan opens IDEX Gulf Defence Conference


UAE Ministry of Interior signs contracts worth Dh 117 million


SAS: the first Emirati company specialized in maintenance and repair for military sectors


Caracal secures export license approval from US


Mubadala, Sikorsky Aerospace plan military MRO joint venture


UAE's Tawazun Holding, Northrop Grumman announce collaboration on advanced technology defence programmes


Lockheed nears US$7b system deal


Al Jaber, ROKETSAN ink deal


UAE President opens IDEX 2009


Mohammed bin Zayed tours IDEX pavilions


Mohammed bin Zayed receives defence ministers, military chiefs


French Defence minister urges Iran to cooperate with IAEA with transparency


UAE to obtain 224 advanced air-to-air missiles for F-16 jets


Caracal launches new brand pistol at IDEX 2009


First UAE-made armoured VIP vehicle unveiled


Latest night vision technology at IDEX


IDEX recognises Abu Dhabi growing influence at global defence industry: BAE Systems


UAE President opens IDEX 2009 today