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The second Asian Defence and Security (ADAS) exhibition will be held from 28 to 30 September 2016 at the World Trade Centre, Metro Manila, Philippines. The inaugural show was held in July 2014.

The Philippine's Department of National Defence (DND) will extend support to Defence, Security and Crisis Management Exhibition and Conference which is an important international event to showcase defence and security products in a fast expanding market.

ADAS 2016 will attract international exhibitors from around the world. The event will focus on the needs and requirements of the Asia Pacific Armed Forces, the Internal State Security Organisations and Crisis & Disaster Management Agencies.

Organisers have also offered platforms to reach out to visitors through the Defence, Security & Crisis Management Technology seminars. These are free-to-attend Presentations to be made available to all Trade and Professional Visitors to update themselves on the latest technologies and innovations that are currently available in the market place.

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