ILA Berlin 2018, the latest edition of the international aerospace trade show, where leading manufacturers, innovative startups, political delegations, disaster management agencies, the world’s top universities, and tomorrow’s visionaries come together, is all set to kick off on 25 April 2018. With manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe presenting their latest innovations, the visitors…
ILA Berlin 2018, the latest edition of the international aerospace trade show, where leading manufacturers, innovative startups, political delegations, disaster management agencies, the world’s top universities, and tomorrow’s visionaries come together, is all set to kick off on 25 April 2018. With manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe presenting their latest innovations, the visitors would be spoilt for choice. However, GA-ASI, having a state-of-the-art trade show stand, one that puts the spotlight on their global capabilities, is expected to draw a large number of visitors, without trying too hard.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), vying to engage with buyers looking for American quality, innovation and partnership, and touch base with experts for invaluable insights, would benefit from its easy-on-the-eye yet not over-the-top trade show stand Designed and executed by XS Worldwide, in strategic partnership with Kallman Worldwide, the stand will bring GA-ASI’s capabilities to the fore, and paint a rather clear picture of what they do. Serious thought has been put into making the stand the center of attraction, and just the right amount of information has been put up for display to generate curiosity among the visitors. The stand’s color scheme takes a cue from the “we-mean-business” approach but is contemporary enough to ensure that GA-ASI doesn’t get lost in the shuffle.
GA-ASI, an affiliate of privately-held General Atomics, develops transformational technologies, aimed at paradigm changing results, and manufactures Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), tactical reconnaissance radars, and surveillance systems. The company, headquartered in Poway, California, has an Aircraft Systems Group, a leading designer and manufacturer of proven, dependable UAS. It also manufactures a variety of solid-state digital Ground Control Stations (GCS) and renders pilot training & support services for UAS field operations.
ILA Berlin, which has always blazed a trail, is all set to enthrall the aerospace industry once again, with its latest edition. With 94 percent of trade visitors satisfied with the previous edition and 85 percent of exhibitors positively impressed with the quality of trade visitors, expectations are high from ILA Berlin 2018. The show, slated for a five-day run, from 25-29 April 2018, will not just be another meet & greet platform, and would see the industry’s experts discussing pressing issues, right from green aviation and new space to material research and industry 4.0., university representatives engaging with companies to discuss future curriculum needs, and international leaders from government and the military gaining valuable insights into innovative projects and products, among other things.