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Enforce Tac 2024: Flagship event for the industry

Source: Enforce Tac

The setup is in full swing: The trade fair for members of security agencies and the armed forces is ready. From 26 to 28 February 2024, exhibitors and trade visitors will once again come together for the major industry meeting in Nuremberg: larger, more diverse, and with more time on-site than ever before.

 

Igniting meaningful dialogue and fostering collaboration

Enforce Tac is a flagship event for the security and defence landscape. During its first-ever three-day duration, innovative solutions and technologies will be presented that are applicable in both military and civilian sectors. From disaster management to crime prevention, the products and innovations showcased at Enforce Tac serve a variety of societal needs, underscoring the importance of such platforms for progress and both internal and external security. The highly specialized offerings from over 700 exhibitors find a meaningful complement in the diverse program framework at Enforce Tac 2024.

 

 

Eager anticipation: Experiencing products in synergy

“All signs are go!” expresses Isabelle Teufert, event director of Enforce Tac, her anticipation for the upcoming fair. “Together with my dedicated team, we spared no effort to create a special experience and provide a unique opportunity to inform, network, and engage.”

 

A special premiere of Enforce Tac 2024 is the “Enforce Tac Village”, a training center specially built for the duration of the trade fair. Exhibitors have the opportunity for the first time to showcase their products in a controlled environment live and in synergy. These scenarios are carefully crafted training exercises. Nevertheless, we are aware of the sensitivity of the topic and will select our imagery even more carefully in the future to avoid any misunderstandings. If we or any of our partners have inadvertently offended or created a wrong impression of the “Enforce Tac Village” training area with the imagery used so far in our promotion, we apologize for this.

 

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