Silent Sentinel to exhibit at 3CDSE for the first time
The Silent Sentinel team are three weeks away from exhibiting at the Three Counties Defence & Security Expo (3CDSE) for the very first time. This year’s show will be taking place on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd November 2022 at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, Worcestershire. Silent Sentinel will be exhibiting on Stand no. 90.
3CDSE is an annual meeting of defence industry, armed forces, government, law enforcement and emergency services, and the industry innovators who supply them, to identify future strategies and needs. 3CDSE is named for the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, where 90% of UK defence & security industry SMEs are located.
3CDSE works closely with the MOD, in particular Defence Equipment & Support and Strategic Command and engages both UK and foreign intelligence, Government and Law enforcement agencies, with over 2,000 decision-makers and over 130 exhibitors from these industries expected to attend this year’s show.
We are looking froward to the exhibition, where Silent Sentinel will be exhibiting a variant of the Aeron, a high specification compact, rugged, PTZ platform suitable for maritime, aviation, perimeter and mobile security applications.
Silent Sentinel will also have the chance to meet with our industry counterparts from across the country, engaging in a number of meetings and mutually beneficial discussions, evaluating the future requirements of threat detection and situational awareness.
James Longcroft, Sales Director at Silent Sentinel said:
“Having made our debut at DVD 22 this year, we’re thrilled to be making yet another show debut, this time at 3CDSE. This will be a great opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues from across the UK, and meet with leading decision makers and suppliers from across the industry. Silent Sentinel’s attendance reinforces our commitment delivering high performance, highly customisable long range thermal camera platforms for a wide range of mission configurations.”