Bringing together Naval Defense and commercial maritime industries, government and defense leaders, Naval Power Egypt will address the industry’s most pressing challenges, showcase state-of-the-art technology, address innovative solutions, latest trends, and best practices of the Future of Naval Warfare.
Naval Power Egypt is a fully integrated and future focused Navy Event set to showcase the latest technological developments from around the globe demonstrating Navy interoperability across all domains.
Taking place 5-7 September 2022, Naval Power Egypt is the only naval & maritime event serving both Africa and the Middle East.
The event is officially supported by the Egyptian Naval Forces and the Egyptian Ministry of Defense.
The event will spread over a 6,000sqm exhibiting space and is expected to attract over 70 exhibiting companies, 30 naval delegations and 500 conference attendees
Naval Power Egypt will feature a range of daily waterborne demonstrations provided by sponsors and exhibitors to showcase the latest vessels in action and provide visitors with a unique opportunity to explore their technology. Don't miss these amazing demos at Alexandria Naval Base.
Naval Power will showcase the latest in aerial drones, unmanned light aircraft and ground vehicles from major manufacturers. Visitors have the exclusive opportunity to see UAVs take flight and take a glimpse into their potential to boost the military industry.
Moreover, visitors will have the opportunity to examine today’s most technologically advanced ships and naval fleets at Naval Power.
Naval Power provides the ideal platform to connect with senior, influential decision makers from within the Naval defense community. The event’s VIP engagement team works directly with exhibitors to create relevant, balanced programs for each delegation, ensuring suppliers of appropriate products and services are matched with potential customers.
Alexandria is a port city located on the Mediterranean Sea in northern Egypt founded in 331 BCE by Alexander the Great. It was the site of the Pharos (lighthouse), one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, and the legendary Library of Alexandria and was once the most vital cultural center of the ancient world.
Alexandria remains as Egypt’s “second capital”, continuing to contribute substantially to the national economy and is popular as a summer holiday destination.
Alexandria Naval Base is the Egyptian navy’s headquarters and is the center for naval operations.