LAND FORCES 2020

The biennial LAND FORCES exposition is an international industry event to showcase equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific.

Following the records set at the 2018 event The LAND FORCES 2020 team is now setting about ensuring the event will achieve its goals of providing an effective platform for the exchange of ideas on key land forces issues and of taking Australian industry to the world by bringing the world to Australia. 

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February

This event has been postponed until further notice.

April

Designed to support project teams who are experiencing new challenges due to COVID-19 concerns - Learn how to mitigate new risk levels, effectively deploy virtual teams, manage messy problems and more.

This event has been postponed until further notice.

June

International Trade Advisors specialise in advising Australian companies on the U.S. ITAR, EAR and Australian export controls and are holding a 2-day training workshop.

August

The Australian space research community enthusiastically extends the invitation to you, to meet with us for COSPAR 2020, and in so doing to forge the friendships and opportunities that will connect space research for global impact.

September

CIVSEC 2020 International Civil Security Congress and Exposition is your gateway event to the growing Indo-Asia-Pacific civil national security environment.

AusCERT2019 gave you the tools to build knowledge within your team. This year, we are shouting from the rooftops that anyone in your organisation can be your champion, your cyber security hero.

October

RotorTech 2020 is the region’s premier helicopter and unmanned flight systems showcase and forum.

The 2020 Women in Defence Awards will celebrate talented, determined, successful women who make a positive impact in the defence business arena.

9th Annual Northern Australia Defence Summit will be a high-level policy-driven summit with a theme and focus on ‘Mobilising defence capability and force posture in Northern Australia.’