The 10th edition of Strategic Electronics Summit (SES 2019) – Defence & Aerospace, scheduled on 30th & 31st July, 2019 at Bangalore International Exhibition Center, (BIEC) Bengaluru. The last nine editions of SES from 2010 to 2018 successfully brought Industry, Defence Establishment & Government together and this platform is growing year on year.
ELCINA had launched the Strategic Electronics Summit (SES) in 2010 and since last 9 Years we have consistently organised the event in Bengaluru with a focus on MSME’s. SES offers a platform for the Indian industry to explore opportunities to work together with the defence establishment, bring all stakeholders including the government, defence organisations, private and public sector together and involve domestic industry in this sector.
SES 2018 witnessed unprecedented participation with over 300+ participating organisations, 43 exhibitors, 700+ Delegates and Business Visitors as well as Two important Industry Interactive Sessions hosted by BEL & HAL. These two sessions highlighted major opportunities for industry and sharing the way forward to engage with these two Navratnas. To top this, the Conference contained two days of deliberations which were embellished with eminent speakers and subject experts and the Exhibition hosted a unique Soldering competition organized by IPC which would select champions for a global competition.
Presence of Padma Vibhushan Dr. V. K. Aatre-Former SA to RM, Shri Sanjay Jaju,IAS Joint Secretary, DIP Ministry of Defence, Padma Shri Dr. Prahlada Ramarao, Maj. Gen. MJS Syali, ADG EME (B)-IHQ of MoD(Army), Rear Amiral Sreekumar Nair-Asst. Chief of Material (IT&S), Indian Navy, Rear Admiral VM Doss-ACNS (Air Material), Indian Navy, and your goodself were the highlights of the event. Since last 9 years, ELCINA has been organizing SES every year and we are happy with the results and grateful for the support from industry and government. Strategic electronics is a major area of interest for the country in which ELCINA aims to contribute by playing the role of supporter and facilitator and enable expansion of the domestic supply chain.
The Conference was very successful with over 500 Conference delegates. There were over 175-200 delegates in the Conference demonstrating the quality of the various sessions and the class of Speakers which attracted the delegates.