Zero Industries will showcase the BPLJ at DSEI from 15-18 September in London, as part of the DTI’s initiative to promote locally manufactured goods.
As part of the Department of Trade and Industry’s ongoing initiative to promote locally manufactured products in international markets, Zero Industries was once again invited to promote the Oyster Ballistic Protected Life Jacket (BPLJ) which was designed by Atlantis Specialist Technologies at DSEI, the world leading defence and security event to be held from 15-18 September in ExCeL, London.
The Oyster BPLJ is key to the safety of maritime law enforcement and marines at sea or in riverine operations and allows operators not only ballistic protection but automatic inflation of the life vest should the crew member be injured or rendered unconscious.
In 2015, the DSEI is expecting more than 32 000 attendees, which will include top-level international military staff, major procurement officials, and the entire industry supply chain, from large prime contractors to supplying companies. DSEI has a proven track record of bringing the entire supply chain together on an unrivalled scale.
The DSEI will have six themed zones (Land Zone; Air Zone; Naval Zone; Security Zone; Unmanned Zone; and Medical Innovation Zone) in conjunction with an enhanced seminar programme and facilitated networking opportunities. A seminar theatre dedicated to global partnerships and helping business to make the most of export opportunities in new geographical markets is sure to be well-received by both the defence and security community.
Zero Industries will be part of the Dti Exhibition at Stand N3-110. For more information on the DSEI visit www.dsei.co.uk.
For more information on the Oyster BPLJ click here.