IESA to hold Strategic Electronics Summit - Spacetronics and Deftronics on May 25-26 in Bengaluru
Bengaluru, May 24 (KNN) India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) will kick start two-day Spacetronics and Deftronics 2023 on May 25, 2023 in Bengaluru.
The conference and exhibition will bring together over 500 participants from the public and private sector showcasing cutting-edge technologies and promoting collaboration to drive the growth of the strategic electronics in space and defence sector.
The annual flagship event aims to foster development and integration of new technologies that will contribute to the progress of India’s defence and space industries.
The event will feature an array of keynotes and Panel discussions by the ‘Who is Who of Indian Space & Defence industry’.
It will also have a Start-up Pavilion, fostering collaborative and interactive discussions among entrepreneurs, investors, and other key stakeholders.
The summit will emphasize the AtmaNirbhar Initiative, focusing on the new self-reliant India campaign and promoting government policies in the sector to pave the way for a new and better India.
Eminent speakers and policy makers from esteemed organizations such as the Ministry of Defence, ISRO, DPSUs and DRDO and the top leaders from both Indian and Global Space and Defence industry will deliver keynote sessions, sharing their valuable insights and expertise shedding light on technologies and products available for commercialization by the industry for the global market.
The states of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka will also showcase their states and their vibrant ecosystems.
Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, IESA said “We are excited to be back with Spacetronics and Deftronics this year. With this summit and exhibition, our aim remains to present a unique platform for industry leaders, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and experts to collaborate, exchange knowledge, and drive innovation in defence and space technologies.”
K Krishnamoorthy, President and CEO IESA, said, “We are confident that this year’s event will play a pivotal role in advancing India’s strategic electronics sector and promoting its self-reliance agenda. Not many are aware of the opportunities that the Indian Space and Defence Electronics programme offers to the industry in India. This event is aimed at expanding this awareness to all industry leaders at all levels.”
Anurag Awasthi, Vice President IESA, said, “Spacetronics and Deftronics 2023 promises to be an exceptional gathering of thought leaders, decision makers, and visionaries, showcasing the immense potential of India’s defence and space industries.”
The two-day event will provide industry leaders and stakeholders with an opportunity to be part of the conversations and deliberations that will shape the future of strategic electronics. (KNN Bureau)