Companies

Apr 25, 2016
Aliter Technologies, a.s. provides integration, development and consulting services in the area of information and communication technologies (ICT). ICT SOLUTIONS
Apr 25, 2016
CSBC spol. s r.o. 's main area of activity is the development, manufacturing and integration of system for the Ground Forces of Slovak Army and the development and manufacturing of systems for foreign customers.
Apr 25, 2016
EVPÚ holds an important position within the Slovak electro-technical industry. Its activities concern the research, development, production and testing of equipment. ELECTROCOMPONENTS FOR RAILWAYS
Apr 25, 2016
Founded in 1970 as a company for foreign trade, KERAMETAL focuses on the purchase and sale of raw materials and semi-finished goods, mainly for the requirements of metallurgy and engineering, in a number of commodit
Apr 25, 2016
KONSTRUKTA-Defence, a.s. is a medium size company that offers research and development services to defence customers in the field of:
Apr 25, 2016
Polus Europe, s.r.o.
Apr 25, 2016
In cooperation with Slovak and Czech companies Technopol International, OS–3 is involved in diverse projects including design, development, production, supply, procurement, support and trade of various military sys
Apr 25, 2016
Virtual Reality Media a.s. (VRM) is a private company engaged in design, development and production of state of the art simulators and training systems. The company’s activities include:
Apr 25, 2016
VYVOJ Martin, a.s. is a modern company with a rich history. Their tradition in research and development has been enhanced through experience in the field of engineering and in particular defence technologies.
Apr 25, 2016
ZTS-SPECIAL, a.s. has more than 70 years of experience in the production of military equipment. The company's product line includes the manufacture of barrels and guns in calibre range from 30 mm up to 155 mm.

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Slovakia's aerospace sector, as a part of the aerospace and defence (A&D) sector, must be seen in context of both Europe and the entire world. This sector always includes both civil and defence/military elements. On the civil side this sector and its market is cyclical depending on the acquisition plans of airlines, which fluctuate considerably, especially in a period of uncertain economic expectations and global security concerns. On the defence side, demand depends on the defence budgets and procurement policies of governments, which in turn depend on geopolitical developments and the changing perception of threats.

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The Security and Defence Industry Association (ZBOP) of the Slovak republic is a national, independent and non-profit association representing the interests of Slovakia’s security and defence industry. A comprehensive list of products and services supplied by ZBOP members is available in English.

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