Multi-domain integration in the future battlespace

DSEI Japan

15 - 17 March 2023

2 Chome-1 Nakase, Mihama Ward, Chiba, 261-0023, Japan

Across sea, land, air, space and cyber we help our customers to protect nations and national security, lives and ways of life; the things that really matter.


Visit us at Booth H7-200 during DSEI Japan 2023 to understand how a partnership with BAE Systems gives our customers the critical edge required today, whilst innovating for the battlespace of tomorrow.

Partnerships for prosperity

Through our partnerships we are pushing the boundaries of defence technology, empowering economic prosperity and industrial capability.

Technology for today, innovation for tomorrow

Our technology provides our customers with a critical advantage, always innovating to meet tomorrow’s needs.

From freedoms to futures, protect what matters

From the depths of the ocean to the far reaches of space, advantage is at the heart of what we provide our customers.

Our products and capabilities

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Between flights, @RoyalAirForce Typhoons need to be kept charged and ready ⚡ 40 new battery powered 🔋 units will now replace existing diesel chargers, saving CO2 and reducing costs. Learn more ☞