10 - 13 Sep 2019
DSEI 2019At BAE Systems, we help our customers to stay a step ahead when protecting people and national security, critical infrastructure and vital information. At DSEI 2019 we will showcase our advanced defence technology across land, sea, air and cyber.
Head back to this page closer to the event to find out more information about our 2019 exhibitionImages from the 2017 showDSEI 2017 Drone trioDSEI 2017 Drone swarm 2DSEI 2017 Drone swarmDSEI 2017 BvS10DSEI 2017 Head-up displayDSEI 2017 BAE Systems personnelDSEI 2017 Virtual reality headsetDSEI 2017 Our stand, early morning
London, United Kingdom
10 - 13 Sep 20192019-09-10T15:08:11+02:002019-09-13T15:08:20+02:00 | London, United KingdomRoyal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London, E16 1XL, United Kingdom
19 Jun 2019
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence will be hosting RESET: a single-track one-day cyber security conference on Wednesday 19th June at Kings College London.The event will continue its mission to feature substantive presentations and research on: Threat Intelligence, Policy Law, Journalism, Malware Analysis, Reverse Engineering and other aspects of cyber security.
While last year’s conference featured an all-female speaker programme to disrupt the industry standard, RESET 2019 is taking an approach to represent the ideal of the cyber security field by hosting a more gender balanced line-up.
Simultaneously, RESET has now become a platform to showcase the diversity and talent that exists in the industry. You will see plenty of exciting speakers sharing their ideas with you again this year to challenge your opinion on the cyber security industry.
The event welcomes all professionals from relevant industries that want to learn about various themes and topics in cyber security as well as the threats faced by defenders and customers alike.
When: Wednesday 19 June 2019
Conference: 8:30 – 17:00
Drinks: 17:00 – 19:00
Where: The Auditorium, Bush House South Entrance, Kings College London, WC2R 2LS
The UK Biometrics Strategy One Year On: Problems and Solutions
Stephanie Hare, researcher focused on technology, politics and history
Is this the Tip of the Iceberg? Traffic Analysis of Mobile Applications
Veronica Valeros, Researcher & Team Lead, CivilSphere Project
Czech Technical University in Prague
Into the Fog - The Return of ICEFOG APT
Chi-en (Ashley) Shen, Senior Researcher
Operational Whiplash: The Unpredictable Context of Exposing Network Operation
Daniel Moore, Teaching Fellow, King's College London
Beyond a Wink and a Smile - Next Level Social Engineering Practice & Prevention
Jenny Radcliffe, Founder and Director of Social Media, Human Factor Security
The Evolution of Cybercrime: Applying Darwin’s Theory in the Cyber Domain
Michael Yip, Security Principal, iDefense, Accenture Security
London, United Kingdom
19 Jun 20192019-06-19T16:23:23+02:002019-06-19T16:23:29+02:00 | London, United KingdomThe Auditorium, Bush House South Entrance, Kings College, London, WC2R 2LS, United Kingdom
2 - 5 Jun 2019
2019 GEOINT Symposium
Advancing Next-Generation Intelligence Solutions
BAE Systems is utilizing innovative technologies to produce impressive results. From cognitive and advanced analytics services to cloud and cyber security, we are providing superior solutions for all phases of the geospatial lifecycle. Visit us at booth #625 to get the solution you need for any phase of the geospatial lifecycle.
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San Antonio, TX , United States of America
2 - 5 Jun 20192019-06-02T22:55:24+02:002019-06-05T22:55:38+02:00 | San Antonio, TX , United States of America900 E. Market Street , San Antonio, TX , 78205, United States of America
29 - 30 May 2019
OverviewCANSEC is Canada’s largest and most important defence industry exhibition and has been hosted annually in Ottawa since 1998. It plays host to nearly 300 international exhibitions, covers 150,000 square feet of exhibition space and will host 40 international delegations.At CANSEC 2019, BAE Systems has a 600 sq ft stand on which it will be showcasing a model of the new Canadian Surface Combatant. The CSC is based on BAE Systems’ Global Combat Ship which also forms the basis of the Royal Navy’s Type 26 City Class Frigate and the Royal Australian Navy’s Hunter Class Frigate. In addition, there will also be a display demonstrating BAE Systems’ modular bridging system.
Global Combat ShipBAE Systems’ Global Combat Ship design was selected in late 2018 for the Canadian Surface Combatant programme. The contract was awarded to Lockheed Martin Canada as lead of the Canada Combat Ship Team, of which BAE systems is a part and the ships will be built at Irving Shipbuilding’s Halifax Yard. The CSC will be acoustically quiet, versatile and able to support anti-submarine warfare, air defence and humanitarian operations anywhere in the world’s oceans.Construction of the first in class Type 26 for the Royal Navy – GLASGOW – is well underway at our Naval Ships site in Govan, Scotland and we were recently awarded the contract to deliver the Hunter Class Frigate Programme which will see nine anti-submarine warships built in Australia based on our design. The award of the CSC contract further reinforces our position as a world leading warship designer and paves the way for more potential export opportunities.
Andrew Wolstenholme, Group Managing Director, BAE Systems Maritime and Land UK, said:“The selection of the Type 26 design for the Canadian Surface Combatant programme reinforces its position as one of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warships and showcases the strength of British innovation on the world stage. This is great news for the company, the sector and our Naval Ships business and builds on our recent success in Australia for the Hunter Class Frigate programme. It provides solid foundations within the export market and demonstrates the excellent design of the Global Combat Ship.”
Modular Bridging systemOur bridging system – used by the British Army – provides the most flexible, rapidly deployable military gap crossing solution in the world.BAE Systems designed and built the Modular Bridging System (delivered to the British Army under the BR90 programme) and has provided continual support since it went into service.The Modular Bridging System is used by soldiers to rapidly undertake assault crossings and restore vital lifelines and military routes. The all-encompassing design also offers rapid replacement of civilian infrastructure in combat and peacetime disaster relief.The system is light enough to be transported by air and lifted by helicopter, yet the bridge panels are strong enough to withstand the weight of Main Battle Tanks such as Challenger 2, equivalent to six double decker buses. During its lifetime, each bridging system is designed to withstand typically 10,000 crossings in its worst case load condition, for both tracked and wheeled vehicles and in extreme military environments.
Visit us at stand 713.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
29 - 30 May 20192019-05-29T01:00:00+02:002019-05-30T01:00:00+02:00 | Ottawa, Ontario, Canada4899 Uplands Drive, Ottawa, K1V 2N6, Ontario, Canada
23 May 2019
Air Engineering Recruitment EventIn BAE Systems Air, our Engineers come from all walks of life and professional backgrounds, united by a passion for finding technology-led solutions. Our business continues to grow and we are looking for people who are inspired to make a difference. With a wide range of Engineering roles available, you can develop a career that challenges and rewards you.At the event, our Engineers and our Recruitment team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about life at BAE Systems and our career opportunities. Drop in any time between 4pm and 8pm for an informal chat - no need to pre-register.We have a number of roles available in Lancashire, as well as international opportunities in Turkey. To find out more about our business area and the roles on offer, please click here.If you are unable to attend the event but would still like to register your interest, please click here.If you have any questions, you can email us at Recruitment-Sourcing@BAESystems.com.We look forward to seeing you there!
Newton-le-Willows, United Kingdom
23 May 20192019-05-23T17:00:00+02:002019-05-23T21:00:00+02:00 | Newton-le-Willows, United KingdomJubilee Suite, Newton-le-Willows, WA12 0HQ, United Kingdom
21 - 23 May 2019
AUSA LANPAC Symposium & Exposition
Join us at the Association of the United States Army’s LANPAC Symposium & Exposition in Hawaii.
Our goal is to supply game changing technology and security capabilities to US allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific Region. Stop by our booth to learn how we’re innovating solutions for the most complex land, air, and sea missions.Come visit us at Booth #404.
Preview our products
- Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS®) laser-guided rocket – Turns a standard unguided 2.75-inch (70 millimeter) rocket into a precision laser-guided rocket to give warfighters a low-cost surgical strike capability.
- Optical Electronic Warfare Systems – Provides superior protection against guided and unguided threats to rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft.
- Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) system – Provides protection against an array of modern, highly lethal missile attacks in all infrared threat bands.
- Hostile Fire Indicator Common Acoustic Sensor (HICAS) – Detects and provides aircrew warning for ballistic hostile threats. It is fully integrated into the CMWS ECU processor.
- 2-Color Advanced Warning System (2CAWS) – Detects and defeats threats during complex, multi-threat engagement scenarios at extended ranges via 2-color IR sensing with higher confidence.
- M777 Lightweight Towed 155mm Howitzer – With unparalleled tactical and strategic mobility, the battle-proven 39 caliber M777 sets the standard for modern, reliable fire support in the most hostile environments.
- Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV7A1) – Vehicle with rugged durability and superior mobility for transporting troops and cargo from ship to shore.
Honolulu, HI, United States of America
21 - 23 May 20192019-05-21T13:08:19+02:002019-05-23T13:08:44+02:00 | Honolulu, HI, United States of America2255 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI, 96815, United States of America
Modular Bridging System
Our bridging system – used by the British Army – provides the most flexible, rapidly deployable military gap crossing solution in the world.
Global Combat Ship
The Global Combat Ship will be a highly capable and versatile multi-mission warship designed to support anti-submarine warfare, air defence and general purpose operations anywhere on the world’s oceans.
17 May 2019
Supplier Principles - Guidance for Responsible Business - US English.pdf
17 May 2019
Supplier Principles - Guidance for Responsible Business - Swedish.pdf
17 May 2019
Supplier Principles - Guidance for Responsible Business - Spanish.pdf
17 May 2019
Supplier Principles - Guidance for Responsible Business - Arabic.pdf
Friday 17 May 2019
International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia IDAHOBIT
On 17 May every year, people in over 130 countries around the world mark IDAHOBIT – the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia to celebrate diversity and raise awareness of LGBTQ+ rights work worldwide.
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