Companies

Apr 25, 2016
Founded in 1984 and established in Liège Science Park, BATS is a privileged systems provider to the Belgian Army (Battlefield Surveillance Radar).
Apr 25, 2016
CMI designs, installs, upgrades and services equipment for energy, defense, steel-making, the environment and other industry in general.
Apr 25, 2016
FN Herstal is part of the Herstal Group.
Apr 25, 2016
In 1993, Jacques Gouffaux and Alain Paulus, two experts from the X-Ray generation field, spotted a gap in the market.
Apr 25, 2016
Luciad’s real-time situational awareness geospatial software components are known for their flexibility, high performance and accuracy.
Apr 25, 2016
Mecar has been based in Belgium since 1938 and has built a worldwide reputation for weapon systems and for a comprehensive range of ammunition.
Apr 25, 2016
New Lachaussée is a Belgian company based in Herstal (Liege) and specialised in in fine mechanics since 1830. The company’s ranges of machines are designed to produce primers, ammunition and detonators.
Apr 25, 2016
Nijkerk Computer Solutions, with operations in Belgium, France and The Netherlands is System Engineer in Industrial Computer Solutions.
Apr 25, 2016
The company OIP "Optique et Instruments de Précision" was founded in Ghent in 1919, after World War I.
Apr 25, 2016
SABCA is one of the main aerospace companies in Belgium.
Apr 25, 2016
Established in 1967 as a military surplus trading company, Sabiex International has since evolved and gained worldwide reputation as an expert in military tracked and wheeled vehicles, s
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SEYNTEX was founded in 1908 by Mr. Arthur M. SEYNAEVE and has expanded through the years from a flax weaving mill to an integrated textile group, active all over the world.
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Varec N.V. is a world renowned manufacturer of rubberised metal and synthetic parts for armoured military vehicles.
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For over 30 years Newtec has developed satellite communication equipment and technologies for broadcast, government and defense, IP trunking and consumer and enterprise VSAT. The Company

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What is the value of a national defence? What does it cost the state and the Belgian population, what are the benefi ts and what is the return on investment of a national defence for society?

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The Minister of Defence, Steven Vandeput asked from some experts to document their opinions regarding the future of Defence for 2030. This is a document of 197 pages, expressing their views-estimations, in terms of societal and operational factors, as well as todays’ and future risks that might arise. (Text in French)

Source: http://www.vandeput.fgov.be

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Defence is an essential mission of the public authority. Investing in Defence both today and in the future is investing in the security of our society, and in the freedom, well-being and prosperity of all citizens. As stated in the Government agreement, this government gives Defence back the means to execute its tasks properly. During the last three decades Defence has continuously contributed to the rehabilitation of our public finances by reducing the defence budget. The strategic vision that follows gives new breathing space to Defence in order to ensure our population that the armed forces will be able to contribute significantly to the security of our society in the years and decades to come.

Source: http://www.vandeput.belgium.be

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