CRJ was delighted to be invited to attend Cohort plc’s media day on July 10, 2019 in preparation for the company’s upcoming exhibition at DSEI this September (10-13) in London, UK. Claire Sanders reports.
Each of the independent technology group’s members presented its focus for the exhibition, as well as allowing participants to see some of the innovative equipment that will be on display. There were also details of launches to be made at the show and one-to-one interviews with the company members. The general theme was on showcasing new technology solutions for maritime and land-based defence systems, with an additional emphasis on comprehensive and experiential training and support.
Chess Dynamic's counter-UAS system features new technology and is currently in use at airports in the UK. Image: Cohort plc
CRJ Key Network Partner, MASS will be focusing on training support capability, specifically bringing cyber and training support together to deliver cyber risk and resilience assessments to companies at board-level.
SEA’s new ‘Kraitarray’ technology will be on view – lightweight and versatile sonar equipment that can be towed from a multitude of vessel types. The goal at Chess is to introduce its applications of counter-UAS technology and its new surveillance systems; while communications systems are to be the main focus of EID, with improved integrated systems and new applications on show. Innovations in hearing protection will be showcased by MCL.
Cohort plc has two stands (Land stand S6-220 and Maritime stand S8-120), at DSEI which promises to be a very successful event this year.
Read the article from MASS – A resilient approach to major event management, published in CRJ 14:3 by clicking here.