AUSA, the largest land warfare tradeshow in North America kicks off this week in Washington DC. The event will play host to 30,000 attendees, with over 700 exhibitors from over 100 countries, stay tuned for updates throughout the week.
For more than 30 years, the power of this proven show provides military and industry with access to essential professional development, connection building, and the opportunity to touch and see a large concentration of machinery, tools and technologies up close on the show floor. Within the exhibit hall, you’ll find leading manufacturers, solution providers and suppliers to help you discover new resources and gather important insights on the latest equipment, products and materials for your needs.
The 2018 AUSA, designed to deliver the Army’s message by highlighting the capabilities of Army organisations and presenting a wide range of industry products and services. In addition to the expansive show floor filled with 700+ exhibitors attendees have access to:
- Informative and relevant presentations on the state of the Army;
- Panel discussions and seminars on pertinent military and national security subjects;
- A variety of valuable networking events including ticketed dinners and receptions; and
- A hands-on opportunity to specify and see the latest technology in action.
AUSA’s Annual Meeting includes the total Army – regular Army, guard, reserve, civilians, and family members. It is one of the three key communication platforms employed by the Army to educate and inform government, academic, civic, and veteran advocates and leadership on Army priorities and issues impacting today’s Army.
Team Defence Australia (TDA) will be spearheading the Australian contribution to this year's exhibition, the TDA showcase at the 2018 AUSA exhibition provides an chance for Australian companies and industry leaders to develop international business opportunities.
Key stakeholders supporting the TDA project include: the Australian Defence Export Office, Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC), Capability and Sustainment Group - Washington, all state and territory governments, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Austrade and global supply chain primes.