25th-28th July

Represented on the Yildrim stand (Hall12 Booth 1235A)

As the 4th largest defence industry fair in the world, IDEF only comes every 2 years. With opportunities to conduct bilateral meetings with Türkiye’s high-level defence industry and security authorities.

With more than 1000 companies demonstrating the latest technology you’ll be able to visit the stands of global defence supplier companies from the biggest to SMEs and to get information from the company officials about the products,


QuadSAT and Danish Navy Explore New Testing Methods


Reasons to meet Quadsat:

Optimize the RF Spectrum

We know that RF frequency is a finite resource yet ensuring reliable coverage is critical to keeping the world connected and customers happy. Efficient and continual testing of ground-based RF equipment is vital to ensure seamless and continual connectivity.

Meet Stringent Requirements

Operators need to set stringent requirements for service providers and manufacturers prior to allowing them onto their network to maintain high quality of performance. It can however be challenging with current testing methods to ensure adherence to these, either before equipment leaves the manufacturer, or on site.

Be Ready for a Multi-Orbit World

The growing number of LEO satellites and transition to a multi-orbit environment is only serving to make all of this much more complex. Ensuring the ground segment is ready to tackle all of the challenges this presents is more important than ever before, from LEO tracking to managing a multi-orbit network.

The QuadSAT system

The QuadSAT system is designed to optimise the world’s radio spectrum through accurate measurements and calibration of the millions of antennas that are a prerequisite for our connected planet. It delivers cost- and time-efficient testing and verification of RF equipment, without compromising on quality.

The system consists of state-of-the-art drone technology coupled with an RF-payload and our unique pre- and post-flight software. With the QuadSAT system, it is possible to test satellite ground stations anywhere, all while ensuring a high level of accuracy, something not previously synonymous with on-site testing.