INsig2 at DIMDEX (Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference)
February 15, 2022 | Event


March 21 -23, 2022, Doha, Qatar - Visit us at booth H7-327E

Under the patronage of HH Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar, the seventh edition Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference will take place under the theme “Connecting the World’s Maritime Defence and Security Community”. The success of DIMDEX over the years showed its leading position within the international defense and security sector and has now established itself as one of the must-attend maritime industry events.

DIMDEX 2022 acts as a dynamic platform bringing together renowned figures from the maritime defense and security community and features various key events in addition to the main exhibition. The Middle East Naval Commanders Conference (MENC), will provide key decision-makers, military leaders, and academia the opportunity to engage in information exchange and discuss the latest trends and innovative solutions in the field of maritime security and defense.

2022 edition is expected to draw extensive participation from official VIP delegations and to feature an even larger exhibition space to accommodate a wider range of the latest defense and security capabilities from around the world. DIMDEX also continues to serve as a vital platform that facilitates the initiation of significant deals and agreements that serve the future of maritime defense, while it encourages international cooperation to enhance knowledge-exchange and investment in research and development.

In the 2022 DIMDEX edition, INsig2 will present various integration and implementation solutions in the field of digital forensics as well as the number of digital forensics courses, from basic digital forensics concepts and procedures to advanced topics for experienced investigators.

The activity is carried out within the project "Business Internationalization of company INsig2 on new international markets".

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The project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund