WesCom Defence will be at IDEX 2019

German Pavilion, Stand 09-A05 | 17 – 21 February

WesCom Defence, part of WesCom Signal and Rescue, the world-renowned specialist in pyrotechnic products for signalling, illumination, minefield breaching and training and simulation, announces it will exhibit at IDEX for the first time under the WesCom name from 17 – 21 February 2019, on stand 09-A05 in the German Pavilion.

Held biennially at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, IDEX is the only international defence exhibition and conference in the MENA region to showcase the latest technology across the land, sea and air sectors of defence. This unique exhibition attracts more than 101,000 visitors from around the world, including officials and decision makers from government departments, businesses and the armed forces.

WesCom Defence’s Director of Business Development and Sales, Holger Mügge, comments, “We are delighted to be making our debut as an exhibitor at IDEX this year. We have been delivering advanced pyrotechnic technology in the Defence and Security industry for over five decades and our expertise in the broad spectrum of pyrotechnic products and services enables us to manufacture the highest degree of quality assurance and reliability. Our commitment to research and development continues to optimise our range of products and services, and we look forward to the opportunity to showcase this to attendees of the exhibition from around the world.”

WesCom Defence will display a selection of key products on the stand from the current range, showcasing the highest quality of specialist pyrotechnic products for the defence industry and latest developments in pyrotechnic technology. These include, the ManPAD Simulator, MERS Illumination Rocket and the first fragment-free impact simulator, MECoSt Simulator Impact/Thunderflash. Key personnel will also be available to talk to visitors about the company’s capabilities in a variety of solutions from pyrotechnic flares for illumination to Portable Explosive Minefield Breaching Systems.

The ManPAD Simulator, replicates the launch and flightpath of a ground-to-air missile. Upon ignition, it provides a blast, a flare and a white smoke trail that lasts about 10 seconds to create an exact indication of a missile’s flight path, allowing for the direction a threat comes from to be visible. In contrast, the MERS Illumination Rocket has a minimal signature at initiation, with no visible signature throughout flight. This smokeless rocket provides concealment from detection of the launch and is suited to carry various payloads which could be parachute suspended for large area illumination or free-falling flares for signalling purposes. Finally, the MECoSt Simulator Impact/Thunderflash creates a fragment and debris free simulation of a grenade impact and features an un-cocked striker mechanism.

To organise a meeting with the WesCom Defence team at the show, please contact Emma Cottle or Samantha Palen: emma@adpr.co.uk / samantha@adpr.co.uk / +44 (0)1460 241641.

For further information about WesCom Defence, please visit: www.wescomdefence.com
For more information about IDEX, please visit: www.idexuae.ae