Argon to exhibit at Defexpo India 2014
The event is coordinated by the Indian Ministry of Defence's Defence Exhibition Organisation. Argon recently received a major order from India for a broad-range suite of chemical detectors and Argon Managing Director Steven Pike expressed a commitment to further enhance relationships with India to help improve CBRNe preparedness globally.
"We're delighted to be exhibiting again in India at Defexpo," Pike said. "Having worked with the Indian military recently we're looking to maintain and build productive relationships in the region. For us, it's vital to develop the dialogue about CBRNe preparedness on a global scale, and we regard India as an important forward thinking customer that takes CBRN training extremely seriously."
The PlumeSIM software can connect with other chemical and radiological detection simulation equipment from Argon and can be interconnected through dispersal plumes and hot spots for diverse and flexible CBRN response training.
Defexpo India 2014 is expected to attract at least 63 delegations from 58 countries. The last Defexpo India in 2012 attracted 232 foreign companies from 32 countries and 15 country pavilions.