Euronaval is an event organised by GICAN (Groupement des Industries de Construction et Activités Navales) and SOGENA (a subsidiary of GICAN).
From the sea, protect our nations
Created in 1968 for the French naval industry, Euronaval has gradually opened up to European and then international manufacturers, becoming the global benchmark for naval defence.
Keeping abreast of the latest geostrategic and economic developments around the world, this event is constantly evolving and adding innovative technological products to each new edition. This responsiveness enables the biennial event to present the answers to the major naval and maritime challenges of the 21st century.
For over 50 years, the show’s strength has been its ability to attract the most important official delegations (government decision-makers, chiefs of staff of foreign navies). In 2022, the show welcomed 150 french and international delegations.
New venue, new dates!
In 2024, due to the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games, EURONAVAL will be held from 4 to 7 November at the PARIS NORD VILLEPINTE Exhibition Centre.
EURONAVAL will be THE meeting place for all countries concerned by the protection of maritime areas and safety at sea and from the sea.
Highlights of the exhibition include :
Open to exhibitors and visitors alike, these meetings are an opportunity for professionals to meet naval defence manufacturers, develop their business and find business partnerships.
A space dedicated to innovation : SEAnnovation
The exhibition is focusing on innovation, with start-ups applying to a panel of experts to be present at the exhibition. All the naval technologies of tomorrow will be in the spotlight.
A programme of cutting-edge, forward-looking conferences
EURONAVAL is the place to be for exchanges between experts from all over the world. Over 4 days, topics include protection against tomorrow's threats, issues and prospects for international navies, European cooperation, the role of UAVs in conflicts, cyber security and more.
The EURONAVAL Innovation Awards
Launched in 2022, this competition is open to all exhibitors declaring an innovation in the naval defence, naval security and maritime industries. Three prizes are awarded, as well as the Gican prize, at a ceremony held at the heart of the show.