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The defence industry is facing changing environments in regards to stricter defence capabilities and export control. How do we meet these challenges, and flow it down through the entire supply chain? Fruitful discussions and speeches at DDAC last week.
As a trusted supplier to the defence industry, attending defence events and meeting industry partners, is important to understand our customers needs and demands.
Some days ago we had the pleasure of attending the Danish Defence Annual Conference – DDAC – the main event of the Danish defence industry and the largest defence event on Danish soil.
The defence industry is driven by innovation between multiple parties. A topic that needs thorough discussions and focus, in particular due to the increased demands for export control, is how we can strengthen and accelerate defence innovation through cooperation between industry, the knowledge institutions and authorities.
Listening to ongoing and coming defence research cooperations between industry actors like Airbus and AAU, listening to a representative from DTU Space explaining about new dimensions in the space domain.
We had the pleasure of listening to Dustin Paul Wilden talking about the future defence sub supplier, and their role. A topic very close to our heart, as a sub supplier to several of the major defence actors in the Nordics, and highlighted by several of the speakers in their speeches.
“We have for several years emphasized the importance of knowing your product, knowing the supply chain of your product and knowing the country of origin of all the components (in our case the PCBs) of your product”, says Torben Hajslund, Country Manager Denmark Elmatica.
Meeting fellow industry professionals is always a pleasure, so is the joy of being able to travel and talking face to face (within the recommended distance) to people, customers and friends once again.