From smart weapons to EW: EDGE Group to display at DSA 2024

Abu Dhabi-headquartered technology and defense cluster, EDGE Group, is set to attend Far East Asia’s largest defense industry gathering, DSA 2024, in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on May 6-9, the company said Friday.

“From smart weapons and electronic warfare solutions to secure communications and autonomous systems, we are proud to present a comprehensive range of products at DSA2024,” it wrote in a statement on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Join us at the UAE Pavilion, Hall 3-4, Stand 3900 in MITEC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to experience the future of defence technology firsthand,” it added.

Established in November 2019, EDGE, distinguishes itself as a premier advanced technology consortium. Its mission centers on creating dynamic, innovative solutions not only for defense but also for broader industries, catalyzing change and revolutionizing sectors. Committed to swift delivery of groundbreaking innovations, products, and services, EDGE aims to enhance the UAE's prominence as a global hub for emerging industries.

With a focus on embracing Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies, EDGE actively leads the development of independent capabilities for global trade and national security. Through close collaboration with frontline operators and international partners, EDGE leverages cutting-edge technologies such as autonomous capabilities, cyber-physical systems, advanced propulsion, robotics, and smart materials. Integrating research and development, emerging technologies, digital transformation, and commercial market innovations with military expertise, EDGE crafts groundbreaking solutions tailored precisely to its clients' needs.


DSA and National Security (NATSEC) Asia, among the globe's foremost defense exhibitions, are jointly organized by the Malaysian Ministry of Defence and the Malaysian Ministry of Home Affairs.

This biennial event, inaugurated in 1988, will convene for its 18th edition this year at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Center (MITEC).

Malaysia, bolstering its defense expenditures from the previous year, has emerged as a pivotal market, boasting a 2024 defense budget of $4.37 billion.


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