INDUSTRIAL COOPERATION DAYS IN DEFENSE AND AVIATION (ICDDA)
WHY SHOULD I PARTICIPATE TO ICDDA? CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Turkey’s World Class Defense & Aerospace Business Forum5th Industrial Cooperation Days in Defence and Aerospace (ICDDA) supported by PRESIDENCY OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY PRESIDENCY OF DEFENCE INDUSTRIES and organized by OSSA DEFENCE & AVIATION CLUSTER will take place in Hacettepe University Beytepe Congress Center, Ankara between October 13-15, 2020.Industrial Cooperation Days in Defense and Aerospace is an outstanding and supply chain oriented business event for contractors and suppliers to meet through pre-planned business to business meetings and discuss partnership or business opportunities.BenefitsIndustrial Cooperation Days in Defense and Aerospace is an outstanding and supply chain oriented business forum for OEM companies, SMEs, associations, investors and research institutions to meet through pre-planned business to business meetings and discuss partnership or business opportunities about their specialised capabilities and services for civil and defense applications. These diversified programs reveal business and investment opportunities in the country.Save time and Meet relevant contacts in just 2 days!Panels and B2B MeetingsAt ICDDA 2020, a series of panels will be held on such topics as civil aviation; land, naval and air systems; homeland security technologies; and supply chain development, moderated by experienced names in their respective fields of expertise. Over 2,000 participants are expected to take part, including military, defence and commercial attachés serving in Turkey, public officials, end users, and company representatives from both Turkey and abroad. Foreign participants who are unable to attend the event physically will be able to join the panels virtually. During the panel discussions, sectoral innovations, as well as the problems faced by the sector and their solutions, will be discussed.To revive production and to rebuild the workforce, both of which have been adversely affected by the pandemic in Turkey and around the world ICDDA 2020 will gather SMEs, prime contractors and appropriate institutions/organisations in Turkey round the table with foreign companies and institutions, thus contributing to the development of the Turkish economy and the sector as a whole.Foreign purchasing authorities and supply chain managers who cannot make it to the event due to the pandemic will be able to engage in scheduled meetings with ICDDA participants in an online environment through the Virtual Matching and B2B Meeting platform.Organization ProfileOn the first day of ICDDA, panels on the topics of Civil Aviation, Maritime-Air-Land Systems, Homeland Security Technologies, Supply Chain Strategies and sectoral problems faced by the industry are hold in the presence of domestic and foreign competent moderators.Possible solutions are also discussed with more than 1600 officials from several qualified institutions including military and commercial attaches, distinguished bureaucrats from ministries, representatives from armed forces. On the 2nd and the 3rd day, bilateral business negotiations are organize for the participants in their booths for on-site participants and virtual meetings for online participants to develop and/or strengthen cooperation with Turkish aerospace and defence industries.In 4rd edition ICDDA which took place in October 2018, 5700 registered B2B meetings were held among the participation of 260 companies from 60 countries. In addition to the participation of many important companies such as AIRBUS, BOEING, DASSAULT SYSTEMS, LEONARDO GROUP, LOCKHEED MARTIN, MBDA, NAVANTIA, ROLLS ROYCE, SIKORSKY, STELIA, THALES, THYSSENKRUPP from abroad, also main industry companies from TURKEY such as TURKISH AEROSPACE, ASELSAN, HAVELSAN, ROKETSAN, FNNS, TEI, TURKISH TECHNIC, MKEK, KALE AERO, OTOKAR, MILITARY AUTHORITIES and GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS and hundreds of capable SMEs have also took place in the event.We would like to invite you to attend ICDDA in order to develop and/or strengthen cooperation with Turkish aerospace and defence industries.