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Co-Located with International Disaster Response Expo

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International Disaster Response Expo (IDR) is co-located alongside International Security Expo (ISE) and tackles some of the most challenging threats to our nations whether man made or delivered by mother nature.
 

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The UK’s first and biggest International Disaster Response Expo

Open 3-4 December this two-day free-to-attend expo brings a high-level conference and workshops surrounded by a major-scale exhibition of specialist equipment and services in the disaster response arena.

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WHY ATTEND?

IDR is the first event to unite a full cross sector audience bringing over 4,000 visitors to the inaugural event this year. A large number of visitors to ISE 2018 had a wider overlapping interest in disaster response so there is much synergy across the two shows and relevance for both audiences.  

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ONE PASS - TWO EVENTS

Access all areas, 2 shows, 1 pass.
Registering a free to attend visitor pass to either ISE or IDR and get open access to both events, including all conferences, workshops, live demonstrations & feature areas.


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WHAT'S ON?

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

A major-scale exhibition of specialist equipment and services in the disaster response arena.
 

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CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE

Free-to-attend high-level presentations from international speakers chaired by DFID (tbc).
 

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WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS

Showcasing the latest technologies and support capabilities for major disasters.
 

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WHO EXHIBITS?

  • Force Protection & Security
  • Search and Rescue Equipment
  • Clothing & PPE
  • De-mining
  • Vehicle Fleet and Armoured Protection
  • Logistics
  • Force Protection & Security
  • Search and Rescue Equipment
  • Clothing & PPE
  • De-mining
  • Vehicle Fleet and Armoured Protection
  • Logistics

WHO VISITS?

  • International Governments
  • International Development Agencies
  • Development Banks 
  • NGO's
  • Law Enforcement
  • Emergency Response
  • Search & Rescue
  • Critical National Infrastructure
  • Consultants & Contractors
  • Military & Peace Keeping
  • Private Sector
  • Aid Agencies and Charities