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2024 Post Event Report

 IT²EC 2024 - defence training and technology event

We were delighted to see the defence community come together at IT²EC 2024, Europe's largest international defense training technology event. This year was especially noteworthy due to the significant presence of the UK MOD on the show floor and a record-breaking increase in attendance by international military officials and VIP delegates.

Review the full IT²EC 2024 post-event report, including a complete overview of audience profiles, attendee numbers, military and government increases, conference delegate split, industry demographics, survey results, customer feedback and key 2025 event dates and location.

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IT²EC 2025 - Keynote theatre

59% increase in unique attendees
from 2023 to 2024

59 countries in attendance

37% year-on-year increase in serving 
military and VIP attendance

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How impactful were the networking opportunities at the show?

Following the feedback received in 2023, we created more dynamic networking avenues at IT²EC 2024 to help the community build new connections and nurture existing ones. 

With representatives from over 60 countries, 89% of visitors took advantage of both onsite and offsite opportunities, and over 90% of exhibitors achieved their business objectives of networking with customers and industry peers.

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Ready to join us in Norway next year?

After hosting a successful show in London this year, we are working on actioning the community's feedback to make IT²EC 2025 even bigger and better.

To join us for our next edition in Oslo on 25 - 27 March 2025, make sure you register your interest now and stay updated with all of the upcoming exhibition and conference information.


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IT²EC 2025 venue

IT²EC provides a unique opportunity in Europe to engage with industry and international militaries on the challenges faced and opportunities available within the modelling & simulation arena.

- Wing Commander Mark Still
Officer Commanding Air Battlespace Training Centre,
Air & Space Warfare Center, Royal Air Force