Members of security agencies and the armed forces are gathering again in Nuremberg on 28 February and 1 March 2023. The tenth anniversary event of the exhibition is larger and more varied than ever. With the event extending to three exhibition halls for the first time, trade visitors can look forward to a high-quality range of exhibition services and a wealth of innovative products from more than 500 exhibitors from 37 countries. The event is expected to attract about 6,000 visitors in total.
Enforce Tac is a textbook example of how the event sector does not have to endure lasting damage from the pandemic. Quite the opposite: The event run by Isabelle Teufert, Exhibition Director Enforce Tac, and her team has long made a name for itself in Europe. “In 2023 we are taking it a step further,” asserts Teufert. “With the expert knowledge represented by our visitors and exhibitors and our redesigned supporting programme, we will achieve a top-level sector gathering. Like seeks like, as the saying goes, and that also applies to our event: We offer an excellent platform where like-minded individuals can make new contacts, share ideas and learn about the latest developments, all in an extremely discreet setting. And our anniversary party on the first evening of the event will ensure everyone has plenty of fun.”
Enforce Tac 2023: Supporting Programme
The highly specialized products and services offered by exhibitors are meaningfully complemented by the supporting programme at this year’s Enforce Tac. In the redesigned Demonstration Area, visitors can look forward to live presentations of selected products. Visitors to Enforce Tac also have the opportunity to test equipment especially designed for low-visibility deployment scenarios and the identification of temperature profiles in the “BLACK BOX”, which features for the first time this year. Enforce Tac bridges theory and practice in 2023 with the conference on weapons and protective equipment, where users can learn about new developments in equipment and handling service weapons. The conference is organized by the German Police University, DHPol.
Technical discussion organized by UAV DACH
On Day 2 of Enforce Tac 2023, UAV DACH (the Association for Unmanned Aircraft) will host a technical discussion on drone detection and defence. For invited guests from the Governmental & Security field, the time from 11:00 to 13:00 will be open for a discussion in a secure environment with the drone manufacturing and drone defence industry on experiences with the use of, and defence against, autonomous and unmanned systems. Current experience from Ukraine and other sources will be drawn on and presented. Subsequent discussion will be welcome.