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Lockheed Martin to showcase latest products and capabilities at IDEX 2017

Posted 13 February 2017 · Add Comment

Lockheed Martin is set to showcase the latest advanced technology solutions at IDEX 2017, leading defense exhibition and conference, taking place in Abu Dhabi between 19 -23 February.

The security and aerospace company will display its latest portfolio of products and solutions, from tactical aircraft to integrated air and missile defence.

During IDEX, Lockheed Martin will host briefings on aeronautics and cybersecurity capabilities, unveil next-generation products and solutions and announce partnerships with regional and global entities.

“At Lockheed Martin, our focus remains on delivering the most affordable advanced technology solutions to provide our partners with critical innovative solutions to help solve some of the most difficult security challenges. IDEX provides the ideal platform to strengthen relationships with local governments and industry partners and showcase how we are well-positioned to help them navigate today’s security environment,” said Robert S. Harward, chief executive of Lockheed Martin United Arab Emirates.

He added: “The next generation of advanced materials, autonomous systems, and cyber-hardened platforms and mission systems, will continue to take center stage at IDEX this year, and each have the potential to create disruptive solutions for decades to come.”

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