The EURONAVAL exhibition closes its doors this Friday 21st October after a week dedicated to the future of navies and innovation in the naval industry. This year’s edition was full of news, with numerous political and institutional visits, exclusive daily announcements, and a special focus on naval technologies of the future. In total, more than 450 exhibitors, 150 French, European and international official delegations and 350 accredited journalists attended the exhibition over the four days, confirming its status as the world’s leading event in the sector. Here are some of the highlights.
Sogena, the GICAN (the French Maritime Industry Association) subsidiary in charge of
organizing the EURONAVAL exhibition, is pleased to invite you to the press conference to
launch the exhibition
On Wednesday 30th March, Euronaval 2022, the world’s largest naval defence exhibition, which will be held in Paris Le-Bourget from 18th to 21st October 2022, is
launching its call for applications for SEAnnovation, the space dedicated to startups
and technologies of the future, in partnership with EOLOS
In a year’s time, EURONAVAL, the world’s biggest naval defence exhibition, will be hosting exhibitors and
visitors on-site again. After a fully digital edition in 2020, EURONAVAL will be back in physical format at
Paris-Le Bourget from 18 to 21 October 2022.