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Surrounded by War Machines

Posted by Hisham
Friday 28 April 2006 at 12:33 pm.
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It was a long, tiring four days at Defence Services Asia... and here's a collection of my personal photos of the event. There I was trying to sell the map generator and pilot task management system while surrounded by missiles, rifles, tanks and other things that can blow you up. It was a great experience and can't wait to get another opportunity at doing it again.

Hisham and Ain

Irfan's parents at the exhibition booth at APAC convention centre.

Left view of the booth

Right view of the booth

The two variants of the helicopter equipment on their stands, awaiting visitors to drop by and learn about it.

Meanwhile, up the corridor

Looking down the corridor beyond our neighbours to the left, Plath.

Alistair from Thermoteknix

Our neighbours to the left were from the UK. Here Alistair from Thermoteknix Systems is trying to show us the peace gesture. Unfortunately the camera exposure foiled him.

Colin from Thermoteknix

Colin, also from the Thermoteknix booth, explaining to a visitor how his company's thermal imaging equipment works. We were looking out for zombies in the crowd from their cold body signature all day in vain.

Hans from Vectronics

Hans, our neighbour in front of us from Vectronics in the Swiss Pavillion, showing off his binoculars with rangefinder and compass heading display.


On the other side of the wall behind us, were lots of guns. Steyr, Glock and the whole works.

Car - er... Tank park

Meanwhile, out in the car park...

Former former colleagues

Sam & Shide, supporting the operations from behind the scenes. Beginnings of a great team, comprising of former former colleagues. Yep, that's two "formers" there.

Addendum (May 2 2006): More images can be seen here and here.

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Lil (Email ) (URL) - 28-04-’06 18:11
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