The global media channel AVING News will broadcast live 2021 International Maritime Defense Industry Exhibition (MADEX 2021) at BEXCO 1 located in Busan from June 9 to 12.
In its 12th run this year, 110 companies from seven countries will participate to exhibit the latest warships, submarines, and aircrafts with advanced technologies such as new materials and electronic control that will lead Industry 4.0 in 400 booths.
During the exhibition, a large number of key military personnel, including 70 overseas naval commanders from 27 countries, as well as military officers stationed in Korea, will be attending the show, and it is expected to stimulate military diplomatic cooperation and provide practical business consultations on products to be exported to Southeast Asia and Latin America.
In this exhibition, the Navy will be showcasing in Light Aircraft Carrier Exhibition Hall, History/Vision Hall to show the history and future of the Navy and Marine Corps, VR Experience Hall where visitors can experience the international warship ceremony and amphibious assault vehicle, and Big Model Hall exhibiting holograms and models of AEGIS ships, turtle ships, and large transport ships. There will be various programs like the Business Startup Contest (June 10) and Warship Technology/Weapon System Seminar (June 10-11) during the show.
In MADEX 2021 LIVE, broadcaster Lee Do-yoon will introduce the main products of participating companies in Korean. After the exhibition, the edited video content will be produced for each exhibitor and posted on the exhibition’s official YouTube channel, helping exhibitors to utilize it.
This live broadcasting will air on June 9 (Wed), 10:30 am to 5 pm.
Also, pre-registered viewers of MADEX 2021 Life will have the chance to participate in the live broadcast event. Various prizes such as Lon. G Cosmetic Set (2 persons), Samsung Electronics JBL TUNE 115 (2 persons), and Starbucks Americano Gifticon (20 persons) will be given out for the participants. For more information, please visit the AVING News website.
In its 12th run this year, the International Maritime Defense Industry Exhibition will display the latest warships, submarines, and aircrafts with advanced technologies such as new materials and electronic control that will lead Industry 4.0 from 110 companies from seven countries in 400 booths scale.