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see catalogue - France in India
French Naval
Defence Industry
6th - 9th February 2014,
New Delhi, India
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Year after year, the Defexpo India exhibition consolidates its status as a key event for the international
defence and security community. Once again this year, the French industry is proud to participate in Defexpo
India within a dedicated French pavilion grouping together 18 companies.
I have personaly witnessed the excellence of bilateral relations between India and France. I would like to
point out that such level of cooperation and trust would not be reachable without the existence of shared
values. Our mutual attachment to democracy, to the respect of fundamental and human rights, to the rule
of law and to the protection of individual and collective freedom is not only the basis of our political
partnership, but also the basis of our long standing friendship.
I am delighted with the progress made in the defence field since the establishment in 1998 of the Indo-French
strategic partnership, and reflected in the 2006 bilateral Defence agreement. India and France are engaged
in a long term strategic partnership. Our defence dialogue between our armed forces are held – like the
strategic dialogue – in a spirit of mutual understanding, respect, trust and support, taking into consideration
our respective interests.
We have now gone beyond a client-supplier relation. Our cooperation projects should further improve
our respective industrial and technological bases in the defence sector and contribute to strengthening the
security of both our countries. Our defence cooperation contributes to the reinforcement of India and France’s
strategic autonomy. Both our countries attache great importance to this fundamental concept. Our defence
cooperation also reflects a great level of trust between us. It is in this spirit, and within a framework marked
by the transfer of defence technology and skills, that France wants to assure the continuity of India’s strategic
autonomy and sovereignty. These notions lie indeed at the core of our regional and global ambitions.
Not only France considers India as one of its closest partner, but France also sees India as a major actor
within the international community, and as a factor of regional stability in the South Asian region. This is why
France fully support India’s election as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. This is
demonstrated by the numerous high-level visits and events organized between our two countries. In addition
to the state-visit of the President of the French Republic François Hollande in February 2013, I had the honour
to be invited by my indian counterpart, the Defence Minister A.K Anthony, in July 2013, to present to the
Indian authorities the main focal points of the new French defence strategy developped in what we refer to
as the White Paper on Defence and National Security.
The deepening of our defence cooperation is also reflected in the operational field through the conduct
of land (Shakti), naval (Varuna), and air joint exercises (Garuda), the exchange of officers between our
military academies or the organization of particular events and exercises during our ships’ ports of call.
These activities represent a fantastic opportunity for us to develop and strengthen our joint capacities and
interoperability.
Our industrial cooperation is another cornerstone of our partnership. France is willing to initiate joint codevelopment and co-production projects, which once we decide on together, would include, in the future,
exporting the equipment produced in third country markets. Similarly, France is ready to share an increasing
level of defence technology, in connection with the development of joint projects.
The construction of six Scorpene submarines in India, the selection of the Rafale fighter aircraft and the
cooperation between the DRDO and the French company MBDA within the SRSAM (short-range missiles
system) project, are all signs of the vitality and ambition of our industrial and technological relations.
I am convinced that our industrial cooperation in the defence area is one of the key elements that will enable
us to adress global defence and security issues. The French defence industry is among the world’s most
successful and innovative ones. This is why I enthusiastically welcome the strong participation of French
industry in Defexpo India, symbol of the excellence of the Indo-French relation.
I wish everyone an excellent show.
Jean-Yves Le Drian, the Ministry of Defence
contents
ASB Aerospatiale Batteries
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BANC NATIONAL D’EPREUVE
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CNIM7
DCNS8
ECA ROBOTICS
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ELNO10
EURENCO11
EURONAVAL12
COGES-EUROSATORY 2014
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EXXELIA14
GICAN15
GICAT16
HGH Infrared Systems
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iXBlue
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LACROIX TOUS ARTIFICES S.A
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Nexter Systems
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ROXEL21
Sagem (Safran group)
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SOFRADIR & ULIS (Sofradir Group)
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Organized by:
ASB Aerospatiale Batteries
Allée Sainte Hélène 18021 Bourges, France
Contact: JD.Caridroit
Function: Directeur Ventes & Programmes
Phone: +33 (0)2 4848 5643
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.asb-group.com
company profil
ASB Aerospatiale Batteries is a world leading company which specialises in the research, design and
manufacture of Thermal Batteries, with cutting edge technologies and enhanced reliability performance. ASB
products are recognized worldwide for their excellence and optimization to the customer requirements. Due
to their inherent technological advantages, our thermal batteries are a factor in the success of all current
major aeronautical, space and defence projects across the world.
equipments / products / services
Thermal Batteries are primary lithium batteries, which are totally inert prior to activation. They are therefore
totally maintenance free over a very long storage life, and are the only power sources able to operate
reliably under very harsh environments. This includes extreme low and high temperatures, pressures, EMI,
acceleration, etc. Thermal Batteries represent ideal power sources for electronically operated guidance
systems in missiles and rockets, artillery ammunitions, underwater craft, land, sea and air defence systems,
as well as emergency power supplies for aeronautics and subsea systems.
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BANC NATIONAL D’EPREUVE
5, rue de Méons - Z.I. Molina Nord - B.P. 147 42004 Saint-Etienne Cedex 1, France
Contact: AUBRET Charlotte
Function: Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)4 77 25 12 06
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.banc-epreuve.fr
company profil
INDIVIDUAL PROOF OF WEAPONS
• The National Proof House tests all firearms prior to circulation or following any alteration of essential parts whether
they come from gunsmiths, manufacturers or importers.
It is a member of the French delegation at the “Permanent International Commission for the Proof of Small arms”.
DEACTIVATION AND DESTRUCTION
• In charge of deactivating and certifying small arms as well as medium and large calibre embarked
weapon systems.
• Also qualified to destroy small arms.
TESTING OF AMMUNITIONS
• The only French body officially qualified to check the ammunitions, perform type test of the calibres and
inspect the laboratories of French and foreign manufacturers.
EXAMINATION OF INDUSTRIAL FIRING DEVICES
• Proof tests on fixing tools and human killers.
IMPACT TESTING ON MATERIALS
• Ballistics testing laboratory, a one of-a-kind in France and European benchmark. This high-tech centre
enables manufacturers innovating in the protection materials field to test the behaviour of their products
against a wide range of threats and certify their resistance according to international standards. The
National Proof House therefore performs resistance tests against ammunitions, fragments and other
projectiles on metal armours, composites, glass, ceramics, technical textiles, plastics and paints used
in the land, air-land and sea defence, personal protection, construction products, rail and automotive
equipment, machine-tool sectors. It also conducts stab-resistance tests.
ISO 9001 certified
ISO 17025 accredited testing laboratory
EQUIPMENTS/PRODUCTS/SERVICES and/or FOCUS ZONE - Document texte en anglais (150 mots maximum)
• Firing ranges of 15 and 30m.
• 300m outdoor shooting range.
• A wide range of projectiles from .22 LR to 25mm calibre.
• Velocity acquisition systems by light screens and DOPPLER radars.
• High Speed Camera: mega-pixel resolution at 7,500 fps and a maximum of 775,000 fps.
• Yaw measurement by orthogonal photography.
• Tumbler according to NIJ Standard-0101.06
• Impact attenuation tests according to NIJ Standard-0106.01.
• Conditioning of samples from -70 to +180°C and 10 to 98% relative humidity depending on the temperature.
• A 5.30 m height drop tube with velocity monitoring to conduct stab and spikes resistance tests at
different levels of energy
TESTED MATERIALS
Metallic armour, composites, ceramics, glazing used in the protection of armoured vehicles, aircraft,
and warships.Bullet and stab-proof vests, inserts, goggles, helmets, shields used to protect soldiers, law
enforcement officers and security staff.
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CNIM
35 rue de Bassano 75008 PARIS
Contact: Ase LILLEAS
Function: Assistante Commerciale
Phone: +33 (0) 1 44 31 11 53
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.cnim.com
company profil
The CNIM Group designs and produces turnkey industrial solutions with high technological content, it offers
unique research / expertise services.
It anticipates future challenges while developing its skills and key technologies. It imagines in order to open
up to new markets and acts while combining the desire for growth and search for performances, so as
to offer ever more innovative and economic solutions that respect the environment. It has control over the
processes that relate to its activities, it builds the essential equipment and develops its own technologies.
The CNIM Group has four characteristics that are exemplary of an Intermediate Sized Company (ISC):
continuity, creativity, know-how and responsiveness.
Listed on a public regulated market, Euronext Paris, CNIM is based on a stable family shareholding that is
the guarantor of its development. The Chairman of the Management Board is Mr. N. Dmitrieff.
Its main areas of activity are: The environment; Mechanical Products and Systems with high technological
content for Defence, Nuclear, Industry and Life sciences; Energy (thermal and solar).
The CNIM Group targets technological excellence in each of its activities by means of controlling all of the
technologies and high level industrial resources, and through its ability to launch innovative products thanks
to the creativity of its teams.
Thanks to its achievements, and in each of the countries where it is established, the Group is recognized as
an essential European actor in its activity domains, whether under its own name or that of its subsidiaries.
equipments / products / services
L-CAT® is a fast landing craft dockable adapted to modern LPD/LHD. With is patented lift platform, it is the
only vessel able to accomplish amphibious operation with high payload in rough seas or shallow water,
Chosen by the French Navy in 2009, L-CAT® is a new generation of expeditionary transport system for
military purposes, humanitarian operations, and civilian logistics support.
L-Cat® S : a vessel with increased payload (two main battle tanks) keeping same extraordinary performances
of maneuverability as the L-CAT®.
Multipurpose Patrol Craft: designed for all the tasks of law enforcement at sea. It’s a versatile ship, a patrol
ship with cargo and landing capabilities
L-Cat 44 : a Multi Purpose Landing Catamaran optimized for shore to shore operations with a high payload.
With its patented lift platform, it is the only one vessel able to accomplish amphibious operations with high
payload in rough seas or shallow water.
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DCNS
40-42, rue du docteur Finlay - F-75732 Paris Cedex 15
Contact: Patricia Couchet
Function: Corporate Communication
Phone: +33 (0) 40 59 50 00
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.dcnsgroup.com
DCNS: Sea the Future
DCNS believes that the sea is central to our planet’s future. As a world leader in naval defence and an
innovator in the energy sector, the Group is developing advanced technology and solutions to secure the
future and sustainably develop the planet’s potential. Its leadership is built on a proven ability to meet
customer needs by combining exceptional know-how with unique industrial resources. DCNS designs and
builds submarines and surface combatants, develops associated systems and infrastructure, and offers a full
range of services to naval bases and shipyards. The Group has also expanded its focus into civil nuclear
engineering and marine renewable energy. As a responsible corporate citizen, DCNS was one of the first
major defence groups to achieve full certification to ISO 14001. The DCNS Group employs 13,200 people
and generates annual revenues of €2.9 billion.
An extensive range of expertises and solutions.
From the innovative FREMM multimission frigates, Gowind surface vessels, Mistral LHDs to submarines such
as Scorpene family, the DCNS portfolio meets the entire spectrum of operational needs for superior navies.
Barracuda SSN
Scorpene Family SSK
Charles de Gaulle nuclear aircraft carrier
FREMM Frigate
Mistral LHD
Naval base and shipyard (artist view)
DCNS, a global naval house, has the expertise and resources to deliver integrated warships and
comprehensive naval solutions – from warships to training, through-life support and shore facilities – meeting
the customer’s precise needs.
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ECA ROBOTICS
262, rue des frères Lumière, BP 242, 83078 Toulon Cedex 9 - France
Contact: Jean-Claude ALCOUFFE
Function: Responsable marketing & communication
Phone: +33 (0)4 94 08 90 58
Email : [email protected] ecagroup.com Web: www.eca-robotics.com
company profil
ECA ROBOTICS designs and manufactures smart robotics systems to
reduce exposure of humans in hostile and dangerous environment. ECA
ROBOTICS has established its notoriety in the 70’s by developing for the
first time ever a Remotely Operated Vehicle for underwater mine disposal.
We have since capitalized our skills and experience to become a world
leader on our key markets: Defence (naval and land), Homeland security
and Nuclear. Leveraging on a 240-member team ECA ROBOTICS provides
well proven products with technical competitive advantages: easy to use,
performance, modularity, reliability and security, customer service.
As a leading manufacturer in the naval field, we provide a full range of
innovative unmanned vehicles operating above and below the surface:
• Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
• Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
• Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV)
These vehicles associated with their command and control systems enable
new operational capability for our customers in:
• Mine Counter Measure (MCM),
• Intelligence Gathering - Covert Reconnaissance (RECCE),
• Maritime reconnaissance and surveillance,
• Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO),
• Homeland security,
• Rapid Environment Assessment (R.E.A.),
• Hydrography and Oceanography,
When acquisition and post-processing of subsea images are required ECA ROBOTICS provides enhanced
solutions thanks to its subsidiary TRITON Imaging Inc, an US based company. TRITON Imaging Inc covers
applications such as subsea cartography, bathymetry and localization of subsea objects, and benefits from
prestigious client references such as Australian Navy, the harbor of Los Angeles and the Finnish Navy. Our
products and solutions are marketed worldwide through a network of agents and distributors (export market
is 50% of our turnover with more than 800 of our robots used in the world). ECA has local settlements in the
France, U.S.A., Italy, Turkey and Singapore.
equipments / products / services
Robotics
Range of Unmanned Surface Vehicles INSPECTOR (Maritime reconnaissance and surveillance, Maritime
Interdiction Operation, Mine counter measure, Hydrographic & Oceanographic survey) Range of
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles ALISTER (Homeland security, Mine counter measure, REA, Hydrographic
& Oceanographic survey) Range of Remotely Controlled Underwater Vehicles for Mine identification,
classification and disposal (OLISTER, PAP, SEA SCAN) Range of Remotely Controlled Underwater Vehicles
for subsea inspection, localization, assistance & intervention (HX00, ROVING BAT)
Surveillance Systems
Naval’s drone carrier vessel for multipurpose missions - SIMBA 455 (Homeland security, Hydrography and
Oceanography, Maritime reconnaissance and surveillance, Maritime Interdiction Operation, Mine counter
measure,…)
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ELNO
43 rue Michel Carré – CS90046, F95102 Argenteuil
Contact: Jean-Jérôme AMBROSINI
Function: Export Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 39 98 44 30
Email : [email protected] Web: http://www.elno.fr
company profil
ELNO is a leading company in communication technology for severe environment. ELNO designs and
manufactures intercom and field telephony systems, including audio equipment for Defence as well as
radiocommunication
equipment for Security.
ELNO is supplying various type of electroacoustic equipment to the French and foreign Armies such as:
• Armoured vehicle intercom systems ( SIR program, VCI program…)
• ANR helmets for crew member of armoured vehicles and tanks
• Helicopter flight helmets and Fighter aircraft helmet
• Audio ancilliaries such as headsets and loudspeakers for various programs (PR4G,Infantryman of
the future)
• Electronic switchboards with interfaces for ISDN, EUROCOM and analog lines
equipments / products / services
EQUIPMENT PRODUCT
ELIPS is an innovative full IP digital intercom. This “plug & play” system has no central unit, the intelligence is
distributed in each crew box (IP control unit).
ELIPS is fully programmable for all types of vehicles or missions and can be used to equip all wheeled or
tracked vehicles.
BCH300 is a cutting-edge headset using full bone conduction technology (earphone and microphone). It
allows ears free and maintains audible spatial awareness. Less susceptible to background noise, it is NBC
mask, most helmets and hoods compatible.
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EURENCO
33 rue Joubert - 75009 Paris
Contact: Ms Celine COSTERG
Function: Business Development Specialist
Phone: +33 (0)1 49 96 74 38
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.eurenco.com
company profil
Created in January 2004 from the merger between SNPE Explosives & Propellants, NEXPLO Bofors and
NEXPLO Vihtavuori, EURENCO inherited its parents’ centuries of in-depth knowledge of energetic materials.
Widely acknowledged for its high level of expertise and know-how in chemical synthesis and transformation
of energetic molecules, EURENCO develops, manufactures and provides a largely diversified range of
cutting-edge energetic materials for both the defense and the commercial markets: high explosives and
compositions, explosive charges for insensitive munitions (IM), plastic explosives, advanced combustible
items, propellants for all types of applications…
A leading European company for military explosives, propellants and combustible items, EURENCO also
provides explosives for the civil sector (oil & gas perforation, mining), and owns the world’s largest production
capacity for 2-EHN (diesel fuel additive).
EURENCO’s R&D and manufacturing capabilities include laboratories, pilot workshops, multi-purpose units
and large scale facilities, thus allowing small scale to mass production.
Based in Paris, EURENCO operates 5 modern production plants in France (Bergerac, Sorgues), Belgium
(Clermont), Finland (Vihtavuori) and Sweden (Karlskoga). EURENCO is also present in the United States,
through a commercial office in Washington DC (for explosives, propellants and combustible items) and a
distribution company in Houston (for fuel additives).
A favored partner of major companies worldwide, EURENCO is increasingly involved in new international
programs.
EURENCO’s turnover reached 248 M€ in 2012. It is expected to go over 270 M€ in 2013.
equipments / products / services
On October 3rd 2013, EURENCO celebrated a key milestone with the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony
of its new hexogen and compositions production plant.
Code named “PHENIX Project”, the construction of this new workshop is at the heart of a larger scheme aimed
at the modernization of the Sorgues production plant, which includes the renovation of several explosive
production lines, as well as the replacement of local energy production means, in compliance with the new
environment and safety standards.
This major investment, which totals up to more than 100 M€ over 5 years, strengthens EURENCO’s position
on the military ammunition market, in Europe and worldwide. It also secures the supply of military explosives
to European ammunition manufacturers, as well as France’s self-sufficiency.
The PHENIX Project, which will be operational by 2016, will contribute to boost EURENCO’s overall
competitivity, and that of our Sorgues plant in particular.
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EURONAVAL
60, rue de Monceau - 75008 Paris - FRANCE
Contact: Jocelyn de VIREL
Function: Commercial Manager
Phone: +33 1 56 59 15 15
E-mail: [email protected]
OCTOBER 27TH > 31ST
PARIS LE BOURGET
2014
Web: http://www.euronaval.fr
company profil
Euronaval 24th edition will be held at the Paris Le Bourget exhibition center from 27 to 31 October 2014.
Organized under the joint patronage of the French Ministry of Defence and Secretariat General to the Sea,
Euronaval is the unique networking opportunity for industry involved in naval defence, maritime safety and
security, shipbuilding, and manufacture for systems and equipments. The specialists, policy makers and
buyers from all over the world come to identify the new trends and discover the materials of future.
Euronaval is the leading trade show in the naval defence and maritime industry sector.
10 REASONS FOR EXHIBITING
• Participate in the profession’s reference show
• Promote your international image
• Support your export ambitions
• Meet your customers and partners
• Elaborate or continue contacts with your future
customers
• Discover the technological evolutions
• Identify the viable market
• Anticipate the market evolutions
• Demonstrate the control of your know-how
• Demonstrate the capacity for innovation
EURONAVAL AT A GLANCE
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370 exhibitors from 33 countries
30,000 trade visits from 115 countries
96 official delegations from 67 countries
14,500 sq.m total stand area
Euronaval is now the leading international gathering
for the naval and maritime industries with a B2B
forum that ensures simple, efficient networking
between SMEs and higher-tier contractors.
Today, more than ever, Euronaval is the place to
learn about the latest innovations and technologies
for naval forces and players in the ‘state actions at
sea’ sector, the trade show where naval and maritime
decision-makers and contractors do business and
the thinkshop for the world’s naval and maritime
communities.
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COGES-EUROSATORY 2014
65, Rue de Courcelles 75008 Paris
Contact: David Roukoz
Function: International Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 44 14 64 82
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.eurosatory.com
company profil
EUROSATORY is the world‘s largest fully integrated land defence and security exhibition organized by
Coges every two years. The next session will be held in Paris from June 16th to 20th 2014.
In 2012, Eurosatory brought together 1.432 exhibitors from 53 countries, 53 480 high level international
professional visitors from 130 countries, as well as 152 Official Delegations.
EUROSATORY 2014 provides a time-effective opportunity to meet the whole defence and security supply
chain and for visitors to develop international relationships and generate new business opportunities.
In addition to the Land defence and security sectors, the next edition will put a major focus on the Air-land
sector. The French Army Light Aviation decided to celebrate its 60th birthday at Eurosatory 2014. Therefore,
highranking official delegations and leading companies in the sector are expected to join the journey.
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EXXELIA
93, rue Oberkampf 75011 Paris
Contact: Olivier CATTALDO
Function: Responsable Marketing & Innovation
Phone: +33 (0) 1 49 23 10 83
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.exxelia.com
company profil
The EXXELIA Group is a world leader in Design & Manufacturing of Passive Components (Capacitors, Filters
and Wound Magnetics), Dielectric Materials, Position Sensors, Slip Rings and High Precision Machining.
EXXELIA today counts 1200 pers. distributed over 8 companies worldwide: EUROFARAD (Fr.), FIRADEC (Fr.),
SIC SAFCO (Fr.), MICROSPIRE (Fr.), TEMEX Ceramics (Fr.), Dearborn Electronics (USA), ASTEMA (Morocco)
and VERTURA (Viet.).
Each EXXELIA company is a leader in its domain and offers a wide range of high performance standard or
customized Products and Capabilities including Design, Manufacturing, Testing and Qualification tools &
equipment.
The Group is recognized as a key supplier in sectors of activities like Aeronautics, Space, Defence, Medical,
Oil & Gas, Robotics, Nuclear systems or Renewable Energy.
equipments / products / services
EXXELIA’s global Products range include the following technologies :
• Film & MICA Capacitors  EUROFARAD, DEARBORN Electronics
• Ceramic Capacitors  EUROFARAD, TEMEX Ceramics
• Dielectric materials, Ferrites, Frequency Tuning Components  TEMEX Ceramics
• Tantalum Capacitors  FIRADEC
• Electrolytic Capacitors  SIC SAFCO
• Miniature EMI-RFI and Energy Filters  EUROFARAD
• Inductors & Transformers  MICROSPIRE
• Precision Potentiometers and Optical Encoders  EUROFARAD
• Slip-Rings  EUROFARAD
• High Precision Machining  EUROFARAD
Besides a wide range of Catalogues, our components and solutions can be designed, developed and qualified
according to Customers’ requirements. Our products qualification heritage include extreme Temperature
(>250°C), Vibration (>10 gRMS), Shock (>20 000 g) or Pressure (ultra-high vacuum).
EXXELIA is a qualified supplier to many prestigious Customers & Programmes : THALES, EADS (Airbus,
Astrium, Eurocopter, MBDA, Cassidian), SAFRAN, BOEING, General Electric, DASSAULT, BOMBARDIER,
CNES, ESA etc.
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GICAN
60, rue de Monceau - 75008 Paris - FRANCE
Contact: Jocelyn de VIREL / Julie BOOZER
Function: Export Manager / Export Assistant
Phone: +33 1 56 59 15 15
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.gican.asso.fr
company profil
The association’s 175 members cover every aspect of the French naval and maritime industry, from prime
contractors, system integrators and equipment manufacturers to smaller specialist companies. GICAN
members build and maintain vessels of all types and displacements for navies, cruise operators, shipping
lines and other more specialized operators.
GICAN brings together and promotes the industry’s expertise in France and abroad. It also works to ensure
the industry’s strategic positioning on the European stage and win international recognition for its advanced
technologies and know-how.
GICAN is supported by the French Ministry of Defence, the French defence procurement agency (DGA),
the Navy, the Secretary-General for the Sea, and the Directorate of Maritime Affairs (part of the Ministry for
Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development & the Sea).
MISSIONS
• Promoting the French naval and maritime industry
• Defending the industry’s interests
• Representing the industry
• Keeping members informed
AT A GLANCE
• Membership: 175 companies
• € 6 billion aggregate revenue
• Jobs: 40,000
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GICAT
3 Avenue Hoche 75008 Paris
Contact: Jean Albert EPITALON
Function: Deputy Managing Director
Phone: +33 01 44 14 58 25
Email: [email protected]
http://www.gicat.com
company profil
The French Land Defense and Security Manufacturers Association (GICAT) represents 230 companies
specializing in the design, development, manufacture, promotion and maintenance of equipment for ground
forces and security. Members of GICAT achieve a turnover of 5.26 billion Euros Every two years GICAT,
through its subsidiary COGES, organizes t the world reference exhibition, the first international land and
airland defense show. GICAT is in contact with top-level government authorities, the Army and the security
forces in France and abroad, through national defence industry associations. GICAT has a strong partnership
agreement with French Army
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HGH Infrared Systems
10 rue Maryse Bastié 91430 IGNY
Contact: Gildas CHAUVEL
Function: Marketing Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 69 35 47 70
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.HGH.fr
company profil
HGH Infrared Systems has capitalized over 30 years of success in infrared technologies for security, industrial
and civil applications. With the mission to offer the best cutting-edge products and services to clients,
HGH has consolidated its core businesses on:
• Defense and Civil Security, with its unique, multi-awarded, infrared panoramic surveillance system,
named Spynel.
• Thermography for Industrial applications, with its complete line of IR scanners and sensors
to monitor rotary kilns.
• Optronic Test and Measurement Equipment, with products ranging from blackbodies and
collimators to integrated test benches, for laboratories and IR sensors developers.
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Seeking out customer satisfaction, through innovation and technical excellence, HGH has built a world-wide
reputation for years now, with an export turnover ratio of 80% and offices in France, Singapore, China,
India and USA.
equipments / products / services
In order to fulfill worldwide increasing demands in efficient surveillance systems, HGH Infrared Systems has
developped an innovative thermal panoramic system, called Spynel.
Spynel is the world’s only real-time, rotating head, thermal imaging system for security and surveillance.
The compact, ruggedized sensor instantaneously images a full 360° scene at a rate of one image per second
for automatic, real-time, intrusion detection and tracking. Thus, Spynel is a “radar-like” scanning system,
operating in the thermal imaging bands. In addition, thanks to a high image quality, Spynel enables target
identification, on unlimited zoom windows.
With an ultra-wide 360-degree panoramic field of view, plus continuous monitoring capabilities, Spynel
ensures that no event or disturbance goes unnoticed. The high-sensitivity, infrared, revolving camera head
can detect any type of targets, even in total darkness, through fog, smoke, or hazy conditions.
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iXBlue
52 avenue de l’Europe 78160 MARLY LE ROI
Contact: Maarten van Beelen
Function: Regional sales engineer
Phone: (+65)911 10 861 / (+91) 9718 9185 86
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.ixblue.com
company profil
iXBlue is an independent industrial worldwide group well-known for the design, development and manufacture
of equipment, integrated systems and solutions for civil and military industries, oceanology, aeronautics and
spatial industries. Its innovative technology is used for navigation, positioning, sub-sea imagery, ocean and
land exploration (offshore, oceanography, hydrography, geophysics). iXBlue is a major player in offshore
oil and gas, a world leader in high-performance sea navigation systems and an expert in hydrography;
the group regularly invests in research and development amounting to more than 20% of turnover. iXBlue is
present throughout the world, has a growth rate of 20%, employs 450 people and turns over $ 100 M of
which 80% is for export.
equipments / products / services
Land applications:
• High-Grade Tactical Land Navigation Systems
ADVANS inertial systems have been designed for artillery launchers, radars and armored turrets
providing tremendous accuracy and flexibility.
Naval applications:
• High Grade Gyrocompasses and Inertial Systems
iXBlue’s inertial navigation products are amongst the most accurate and reliable on the market:
the OCTANS gyrocompass, the PHINS inertial navigation system and the very high performance
military grade MARINS have been selected by the most prestigious navies to be the core of their
navigation system. All our inertial products have demonstrated their reliability and ability to meet
demanding military navigation requirements for all surface vessel requirements.
• ECDIS/WECDIS GIS Systems
GECDIS products are IMO ECDIS and WECDIS STANAG navigation and surveillance systems.
They are able to display and process a broad range of critical information from Electronic
Navigational Charts (ENC) or Digital Nautical Charts (DNC) as well as real time navigation and
situation surveillance sensor data.
• Advanced Navigation Systems
NetANS collects, controls and performs the processing of all navigation sensors to provide the best
navigation solution to the navigator and combat system operator.
ADVANS, high grade tactical and navigation systems
OCTANS, high-performance surface gyrocompass and motion sensor
MARINS, very high-performance inertial navigation system
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LACROIX TOUS ARTIFICES S.A
Route de Gaudiès 09270 Mazères
Contact: Yann GARANDEL
Function: Asia Pacific Business Development Manager
Phone: + 33 (0) 561 677 987
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.lacroix-defense.com
company profil
ETIENNE LACROIX TOUS ARTIFICES S.A is 100% private family equity originally founded in 1848 near
Toulouse (France).
The company is a worldwide leading manufacturer in the field of self-protection (i.e. pyrotechnics
countermeasures) in the defence, with its activities vertically integrated and span from product design to
manufacturing, including supply, transport, support for Naval, Air, Land Forces and Security law-enforcement
sectors.
equipments / products / services
NAVAL COUNTERMEASURES
SYLENA System: An innovative, integrated decoy system which can be integrated on the deck or “inside” for
stealth ships. It operates SEACLAD IR and RF decoys dedicated to the self-protection of vessels against current
and emerging (AAW / ASW) threats.
AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES
LACROIX is producing the latest generation and combat proven of chaff and flares.
• Advanced standard flares: optimized performances and increased effectiveness.
• Advanced spectral flares: imitation of aircraft signatures to defeat IR missiles equipped with
detector operating in multiband IR.
• Aerodynamic advanced flares: for slow platforms, such as transport aircraft and / or helicopters,
equipped with dispensers enabling the flares to be dispensed forward the aircraft.
LAND SYSTEMS
The company is providing an extended range of solutions for Land forces vehicle protection with GALIX
system. Perimeter and Site protection with Close Area Protection System (CAPS) - compliant with the OTTAWA
convention.
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Nexter Systems
13 route de la Minière 78034 VERSAILLES
Contact: Laetitia BLANDIN
Function: External Communication
Phone: +33 (0) 01 30 97 36 41
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.nexter-group.fr
company profil
Offering a wide range of products across the land, sea and air domains and with a worldwide presence
Nexter Systems is one of France’s leading defence companies and is the heir of centuries of armament
design, development and manufacture.
The Group is organized in three close-fitting business lines:
• The Systems business line main activity is the development, the production and the logistic support
of armoured vehicles (VBCI, ARAVIS®, TITUS®), artillery systems (CAESAR®, TRAJAN®, 105 LG1),
MBT (Leclerc®) Battlefield Management Systems (FINDERS C2®), and weapon systems (ARX20®,
T40, NARWHAL®).
• The Ammunitions business line consists of Nexter Munitions company, specialized in ammunition
for artillery systems, tank and medium calibre guns, but also warheads, safety devices and
pyrotechnic components
• The Equipment business cluster includes the following subsidiaries: Nexter Electronics (electronics
for extreme and combat conditions), Nexter Mechanics (special mechanics systems), NBC-Sys
(CBRN Protection), Nexter Robotics (land, and air-land robots), Euro-Shelter (tactical shelters,
mobile logistics systems, mobile medical systems) and Optsys (optomechanical and optoelectronic
systems for military use).
equipments / products / services
Nexter Group will display on its booth a wide range of products, from artillery systems (CAESAR®, TRAJAN®)
to our guns & turrets offer (mock-ups of ARX20, POD NC621, NARWHAL®), armoured vehicles (mock-ups
of VBCI, TITUS®), but also equipment from our subsidiaries : Nexter Mechanics (Syegon®, Safepro), Nexter
Robotics (NERVA®), Nexter Electronics, NBC-Sys and Optsys. Nexter Munitions will also present its entire
medium caliber range, and some of its 155mm and intelligent ammunition.
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ROXEL
Centre d’Affaires La Boursidière Immeuble JURA
92357 Le Plessis-Robinson Cedex FRANCE
Contact: Avelino CABRAL
Function: Export Sales Director
Phone: +33 (0)1 41 078295
Email: [email protected]
www.roxelgroup.com
ROXEL
The European Leader in Tactical Propulsion Systems
With 600 employees and a turn over of 130 M€, Roxel, a French-British company is the European leader in
tactical propulsion systems.
> Combining French and British expertise on rocket motor, Roxel is able to provide the most suitable motors
to its customers: Air-to-air missiles, Air Defense, Antiship, Artillery rockets, ...
Roxellnside
Mica on board Rafale
Roxellnside
RBS15
Roxellnside
Mistral Shorad
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Sagem (Safran group)
Arcs de Seine -18-20 quai du Point du Jour 92659 Boulogne- Billancourt
Contact: Philippe Wodka-Gallien
Phone: +33 (0)1 55 60 38 54
Email: [email protected] Web: http://www.sagem-ds.com
Sagem (Safran) holds world or European leadership positions in optronics, avionics, electronics and safetycritical software for both civil and military markets. Sagem is the No. 1 company in Europe and No. 3
worldwide for inertial navigation systems (INS) used in air, land and naval applications. It is also the world
leader in helicopter flight controls and the European leader in optronics and tactical UAV systems. Operating
across the globe through Safran, Sagem and its subsidiaries employ 7 000 people in Europe, Southeast Asia
and North America. Sagem is the commercial name of the company Sagem Défense Sécurité.
Patroller endurance drone system. A medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) drone
in the 1 ton class, Patroller was designed for surveillance, intelligence, security and
military missions. It is based on an EASA-certified Stemme S15 aircraft, and offers
endurance exceeding 20 hours and a payload of 500 lb. The flight campaigns in
2013 assessed its ability to deploy multi-sensor payloads composed by a Comint
pod and a Sagem Euroflir optronic system.
Optronic systems. Sagem’s innovative role in this domain is illustrated by its position
as prime contractor in the French FELIN infantry program. Sagem proposes SmartVest
a modular combat solution for the needs of contact units: surveillance, protection,
weapons use, information, target designation and air-land coordination. Sagem JIM
(LR & UC) multifunction infrared binoculars combine several functions in a single
package: day/night sensors, rangefinder, compass, GPS and data transmission,
image processing, photo and video recording, control terminals. More than 6,000
JIM LR units are on order or in service in some 30 countries (USA, UK, Poland,
Denmark, France). In series production, Sword is a comprehensive family of daynight aiming sights for infantry weapons. Sagem develops and produces Savan 15,
a high performances aiming system for main battle tanks. At Defexpo 2013, Sagem
unveils MOST, a new optronic land surveillance mast for vehicles or fixed posts.
Navigation systems. Sagem range of laser-gyro navigation systems, the SIGMA Familly,
is designed for navy, artillery, and airborne applications Sagem displays Epsilon
a new family of navigation systems. It features Sagem’s advanced hemispherical
resonator gyro (HRG) technology that combines high-performance, compact design
and outstanding reliability. Epsilon 20 is designed to cover all off-road navigation
requirements, including topographic and satcom vehicles. Sagem has developed
proven expertise in all inertial technologies – mechanical, laser, fiber-optic, vibrating
– and has over 60 years in navigation systems, for both civil and military platforms
deployed around the world.
AASM Missiles and missiles seekers. Sagem is the prime contractor for the AASM
Hammer air-to ground precision weapons, and develops guidance and navigation
systems for tomorrow’s tactical missiles. AASM is combat proven from the Rafale
in three overseas theaters of operations (Afghanistan, Libya, Mali) demonstrating
outstanding precision during long-range strike missions against tactical and high
value targets. Sagem displays at Defexpo 2013 the infrared seeker of the future antitank missiles (MMP) and the seeker of the MICA IR missile, infrared version.
Sagem, partner of major programs in the world : Rafale, MiG & Sukhoï, NH90, Caracal and Tiger
helicopters, soldier modernization, combat vehicles (Leclerc, VBCI, BMP2, BMP3), artillery systems (Caesar,
Archer, LRM Mars, PZH2000), and drone systems. Sagem’s optronic and navigation systems are also critical
components for today’s navies, used on submarines (Barracuda, Scorpène, Collins, U209, etc.), aircraft
carriers (Canberra class LHD for Australia and the Mistral class BPC amphibious assault ship), FREMM,
Horizon and Anzac frigates, Baynunah corvettes and Adroit ocean patrol ships.
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SOFRADIR & ULIS (Sofradir Group)
Sofradir : 364, Route de Valence, Actipole - CS 10021, Veurey-Voroize, France
ULIS : ZI Les Iles Cordées BP 27 38113 Veurey-Voroize, France 38113 Veurey-Voroize
Contact: Sofradir : Cécile Janvier / ULIS : Célia Chapuis
Function: Sofradir : Chargée de Communication
ULIS : Responsable Communication (Communication Officer)
Phone: Sofradir : +33 (0) 4 76 28 77 00 / ULIS : +33 4 76 53 74 70
Email: [email protected]
[email protected] / [email protected]
Web: http://www.sofradir.com / www.ulis-ir.com
company profil
SOFRADIR GROUP IS A GLOBAL PROVIDER OF BEST-IN-CLASS IMAGING SENSORS AND DETECTORS
FOR A BROAD RANGE OF INDUSTRIES
The Sofradir Group consists of parent company Sofradir SAS and its two subsidiaries : ULIS SAS, and Sofradir
EC Inc, which together employ approximately 700 staff. The Group has led the field in bringing innovative
and highly advanced imaging components covering the entire infrared spectrum to meet the challenges of
many of the world’s most demanding optronics systems. These cooled and uncooled IR detectors, visible
imaging sensors, as well as night vision modules have been at the center of multiple military, space, industrial,
scientific and commercial applications.
• 155+ M€
• 700+ staff worldwide
• More than 27 years of expertise in imaging sensors design, manufacturing and qualifications
• 13,000m2 of manufacturing area; 4,000m2 of cleans room
equipments / products / services
Sofradir Products:
Snake SW :
Snake SW is the new generation VGA InGaAs FPA module : a high-sensitivity and high-resolution FPA
assembly designed for most demanding low flux imaging applications from 0.9 μm to 1.7 μm.
Aquila MW JT :
Aquila MW JT is a miniature detector specifically developed for MWIR (3-5μm) missiles applications.
Pico1024E:
Pico1024E offers higher resolution imagery for surveillance cameras and enhanced night vision driving of
military vehicles. It is a XGA format (1024 x 768) 17-micron pixel pitch IR detector that has permitted to
double the number of pixels of earlier IR models, thereby significantly increasing resolution and meeting
requirements of higher-performance IR products.
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ASB Aerospatiale Batteries
Allée Sainte Hélène 18021 Bourges, France
Contact: JD.Caridroit
Function: Directeur Ventes & Programmes
Phone: +33 (0)2 4848 5643
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.asb-group.com
BANC NATIONAL D’EPREUVE
5, rue de Méons - Z.I. Molina Nord - B.P. 147 42004 Saint-Etienne Cedex 1, France
Contact: AUBRET Charlotte
Function: Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)4 77 25 12 06
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.banc-epreuve.fr
CNIM
35 rue de Bassano 75008 PARIS
Contact: Ase LILLEAS
Function: Assistante Commerciale
Phone: +33 (0) 1 44 31 11 53
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.cnim.com
DCNS
40-42, rue du docteur Finlay - F-75732 Paris Cedex 15
Contact: Patricia Couchet
Function: Corporate Communication
Phone: +33 (0) 40 59 50 00
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.dcnsgroup.com
ECA ROBOTICS
262, rue des frères Lumière, BP 242, 83078 Toulon Cedex 9 - France
Contact: Jean-Claude ALCOUFFE
Function: Responsable marketing & communication
Phone: +33 (0)4 94 08 90 58
Email : [email protected] ecagroup.com Web: www.eca-robotics.com
ELNO
43 rue Michel Carré – CS90046, F95102 Argenteuil
Contact: Jean-Jérôme AMBROSINI
Function: Export Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 39 98 44 30
Email : [email protected] EURENCO
33 rue Joubert - 75009 Paris
Contact: Ms Celine COSTERG
Function: Business Development Specialist
Phone: +33 (0)1 49 96 74 38
E-mail: [email protected]
EURONAVAL
60, rue de Monceau - 75008 Paris - FRANCE
Contact: Jocelyn de VIREL
Function: Commercial Manager
Phone: +33 1 56 59 15 15
E-mail: [email protected]
COGES-EUROSATORY 2014
65, Rue de Courcelles 75008 Paris
Contact: David Roukoz
Function: International Sales Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 44 14 64 82
E-mail: [email protected]
EXXELIA
93, rue Oberkampf 75011 Paris
Contact: Olivier CATTALDO
Function: Responsable Marketing & Innovation
Phone: +33 (0) 1 49 23 10 83
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.elno.fr
Web: http://www.eurenco.com
Web: http://www.euronaval.fr
Web: http://www.eurosatory.com
Web: http://www.exxelia.com
GICAN
60, rue de Monceau - 75008 Paris - FRANCE
Contact: Jocelyn de VIREL / Julie BOOZER
Function: Export Manager / Export Assistant
Phone: +33 1 56 59 15 15
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
GICAT
3 Avenue Hoche 75008 Paris
Contact: Jean Albert EPITALON
Function: Deputy Managing Director
Phone: +33 01 44 14 58 25
Email: [email protected]
HGH Infrared Systems
10 rue Maryse Bastié 91430 IGNY
Contact: Gildas CHAUVEL
Function: Marketing Manager
Phone: +33 (0)1 69 35 47 70
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.gican.asso.fr
http://www.gicat.com
Web: http://www.HGH.fr
iXBlue
52 avenue de l’Europe 78160 MARLY LE ROI
Contact: Maarten van Beelen
Function: Regional sales engineer
Phone: (+65)911 10 861 / (+91) 9718 9185 86
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.ixblue.com
LACROIX TOUS ARTIFICES S.A
Route de Gaudiès 09270 Mazères
Contact: Yann GARANDEL
Function: Asia Pacific Business Development Manager
Phone: + 33 (0) 561 677 987
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.lacroix-defense.com
Nexter Systems
13 route de la Minière 78034 VERSAILLES
Contact: Laetitia BLANDIN
Function: External Communication
Phone: +33 (0) 01 30 97 36 41
Email: [email protected]
ROXEL
Centre d’Affaires La Boursidière Immeuble JURA
92357 Le Plessis-Robinson Cedex FRANCE
Contact: Avelino CABRAL
Function: Export Sales Director
Phone: +33 (0)1 41 078295
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.nexter-group.fr
www.roxelgroup.com
Sagem (Safran group)
Arcs de Seine -18-20 quai du Point du Jour 92659 Boulogne- Billancourt
Contact: Philippe Wodka-Gallien
Phone: +33 (0)1 55 60 38 54
Email: [email protected] Web: http://www.sagem-ds.com
SOFRADIR & ULIS (Sofradir Group)
Sofradir : 364, Route de Valence, Actipole - CS 10021, Veurey-Voroize, France
ULIS : ZI Les Iles Cordées BP 27 38113 Veurey-Voroize, France 38113 Veurey-Voroize
Contact: Sofradir : Cécile Janvier / ULIS : Célia Chapuis
Function: Sofradir : Chargée de Communication
ULIS : Responsable Communication (Communication Officer)
Phone: Sofradir : +33 (0) 4 76 28 77 00 / ULIS : +33 4 76 53 74 70
Email: [email protected]
[email protected] / [email protected]
Web:
http://www.sofradir.com / www.ulis-ir.com