19-21 January 2022
World Trade Center Metro, Manila, Philippines
Riding on its established reputation, ADAS 2022 continued to grow and attracted 156 international exhibitors from 32 countries, drawing 9,100 quality visitors from 57 countries, securing its position as Philippines’ Flagship Defense and Security Event and status as an established show in the industry.
ADAS 2022 is the premier platform for manufacturers, distributors, or agents in the defense, security, or disaster management industries to showcase capabilities or solutions that address the requirements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police and security agencies, as well as disaster rescue services.
As the principal exhibition that serves these organizations, ADAS 2022 will cover the latest equipment and technologies. Click HERE for more information.
The next edition will be held at the World Trade Center Metro in Manila (Philippines) from 19 to 21 January 2022.
P&C International is officially endorsed by the show organizer to recruit US exhibitors and organize & coordinate a USA Pavilion at ADAS 2022.
We look forward to your participation at ADAS 2022, and we look forward to welcoming you in Manila.
Benefits of exhibiting in the P&C International USA Pavilion at ADAS:
- Prime location at ADAS exhibition
- US flag highlighted with our US Pavilion stand design
- VIPs & official delegations coordination
- Press release spread toward the national & international press
- A full company listing in the USA Security and Defense Pavilion show guide distributed to ADAS attendees
- US pavilion administration, coordination & support on site
- Costs optimization, shared US pavilion meeting room, storage, coffee & fridge
- Bilingual hostess at your disposal
EVENT STARTS IN:
Amphibious Systems, Armoured / Fighting Vehicles, Balistics Protection, Biometrics, Border Security & Control, CBRNE Defence Systems, Civil Defence Equipment & Systems, Customs & Immigration, Command, Control & Communications Systems, Counter Terrorism & Internal State Security Systems, Crisis & Disaster Management Systems, Cybersecurity, Disaster Rescue & Relief Systems, Equipment & Services, Electronic Warfare Systems, Explosives & Ordnance, Field Hospital & Medical Systems, Frontline Healthcare & Evacuation Systems, Guided Missiles and Weapon Systems, Helicopters & Military Aircraft, Land, Air and Sea Defence Systems, Land, Air and Sea Surveillance Systems, Large & Small Calibre Weapons, Law Enforcement, Logistics & Reconnaisance Vehicles, Naval & Air Force Platforms, Non-Lethal Weapons, Optics & Optronics, Protective Gear & Equipment, Radar Systems & Launchers, SAR Heavy Equipment & Transportation Systems, SAR Systems & Equipment, Safety, Survival & Rescue Systems, Security Systems, Special Forces Equipment, Training & Simulation Systems, Unmanned/Autonomous Vehicles – UAVs, USVs, UUVs, Drones and RPVs, Weapon Systems and many more…
US EXHIBITING COMPANIES IN 2018
AEROVIRONMENT INC, BELL, BOHEMIA INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS, CURTISS-WRIGHT DEFENSE SOLUTIONS, FLIR SYSTEMS, GENERAL DYNAMICS MISSION SYSTEMS, HARRIS CORPORATION, HARRIS GUN WORKS, L3 TECHNOLOGIES, LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION, MASTERCLOCK INC, NORTH AMERICAN RESCUE LLC, P&C INTERNATIONAL, STREAMLIGHT INC., TRIJICON INC.
ABOUT THE MARKET
The Armed Forces of the Philippines is undertaking a 15-Year modernization program that started in 2012 and will continue through 2027. The total cost of the 15-year program is projected to be over US$40 billion. There are opportunities for the sale of aircraft, ships, unmanned vehicles, intelligence and surveillance systems, communications, personal protective equipment, and weapon systems.
The AFP Modernization will be implemented in three phases called Horizon I (2012-2017), Horizon II (2018-2022), Horizon III (2023-2027). Estimated spending for Horizon II is expected to be US$5 billion.
Apart from its modernization program, the Philippine Security Forces receive an average of US$120-125 million annually in U.S. grant funds inclusive of both Department of State (DoS) Foreign Military Fund (FMF) and International Military Education and Training (IMET) and Department of Defense (DoD) Building Partnership Capacity (BPC) programs 333 and 1263.