UDT returns on 29-31 May 2012 to IFA, Spain, for its 25th edition as the world’s most comprehensive event for those involved in the undersea defence and security sectors
UK Looks for International Maritime Partners
UK companies involved in some of the most cutting edge technologies in the defence and security sectors are visiting UDT 2012, some visiting for the first time others returning after a successful UDT 2011. The UK theme is “Maritime Capability” as UK companies look to strengthen existing and build new industrial partnerships with companies across the world.
The UK delegation includes Captain Tim Davies Royal Navy, the Senior Military Adviser (Naval) in the United Kingdom Trade and Investment’s Defence and Security Organisation.
The UK’s maritime industry has a long history of innovation and flexibility and this is reflected in the capabilities of the UIK companies exhibiting at UDT.
Adam Thomas/Tim Davies, Spokesman for UKTI DSO:
UDT is an excellent opportunity for UK companies to showcase their expertise in the undersea defence and security sectors. UK has a significant range of world class products across the maritime and security sectors and UK Industry is keen to establish enduring and mutually beneficial partnerships. UDT is an ideal opportunity for companies to look at these opportunities”.
UK companies exhibiting include, Applied Acoustic Engineering, Atlas Electronik (UK), Babcock, BAE Systems, Bartington Instruments, BMT Defence Services, EnerSys Ltd, EPC Group, GO Science Ltd, Hale Hamilton Valves, Hydro Group UK, Mac Taggart Scott and Co Ltd, Molecular Products, Morgan Technical Ceramics, Northern Diver International, Prevco, Scorpion Oceanics Ltd, SEACON, SeeByte Ltd, Sonardyne International Ltd, Survitec, Thales Naval UK, Tods Defence, Tritech International and Truflo Marine.