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IDEF’07

8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition

22 – 25 May, 2007

Survey Results

Ankara Hippodrome / Eryaman - Ankara

CONTENTS

PAGE

1. INTRODUCTION

3

1.1. SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF SURVEY

3

1.2. METHODOLOGY AND SAMPLING

3

2. GENERAL INFORMATION

4

- 9

2.1. OPENING AND ACTIVITIES

4 - 5

2.2. PARTICIPANT-REPRESENTATIVE INFORMATION

6

2.3. VISITOR INFORMATION

6

2.3.1. DISTRIBUTION OF VISITORS

6

2.3.2. FOREIGN VISITOR INFORMATION

7

2.3.3. DOMESTIC VISITOR INFORMATION

8

2.3.4. TABLES

9

3. PARTICIPANT SURVEY RESULTS

 

10 - 16

4. VISITOR SURVEY RESULTS

17 - 23

1. INTRODUCTION

This report contains survey results and detailed statistical information regarding the IDEF ’07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition held with the support and supervision of the Ministry of Defence and the direction and responsibility of the Turkish Army Association between 22 and 25 May, 2007, at the Ankara 75 th Anniversary Memorial Hippodrome in Eryaman, Ankara by TÜYAP Tüm Fuarc ı lı k Yapı m A.Ş.

1.1. SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF SURVEY

This survey comprises the surveys conducted with visitors and participants during the IDEF ’07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition, and the visitor information forms collected at the entrance, and aims to inform participants of the press and television coverage of the event, the visitor profile, and overall assessment of the visitors, serving a wider purpose of benefiting from this database of information.

1.2. METHODOLOGY AND SAMPLING

One-on-one surveys were conducted with 228 visitors and 59 participants, selected randomly and distributed equally between days and hours, and information forms collected at the entrance were used to extract information. The selected sampling bears an error margin of ± 0.5% among participants and ±2% among visitors.

2. GENERAL INFORMATION

2.1. OPENING AND ACTIVITIES

The opening of the IDEF ‘07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition was attended by Prime Minister Recep Tayip ERDOĞAN, Secretary of Defence Vecdi Gönül, and Chief of General Staff Gen. Yaşar BÜYÜKANIT. Also attending were 264 delegates, 12 secretaries and 5 chiefs of general staff from 47 countries. The opening programme is below:

10:00-10:30

Acceptance of Guests to Ceremonial Grounds

10:30-10:32

Reading the Ceremony Programme

10:32-10:35

National Anthem

10:35-10:45

Flag Parade of Participant Countries

10:45-11:00

Mehter Squad Performance

11:00-11:05

Speech of the Turkish Army Association (TAA) General Director

11:05-11:15

Speech of the Secretary of Defence

11:15-11:30

Speech of the Prime Minister

11:30-11:40

Cutting the Ribbon

11:40-12:00

Transfer from the Ceremonial Grounds to VIP Viewing Terrace

12:00-13:30

Performance of the Turkish Stars Aerobatics Team Lunch

13:30-16:30

Exhibition Tour

On and prior to the opening day, the Secretary of Defence Vecdi GÖNÜL and the General Director of TAA M. Aydı n ŞEN have held receptions for participants, delegations, foreign missions and other high-level military and civilian dignitaries.

As an exhibition that gathers not only the wealth of product diversity developing parallel to technology improvements in the defence industry, but also other sectors that have connections to the defence industry, the IDEF ‘07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition was host to the following seminars, meetings and events:

Seminars and Meetings at the Exhibition

EVENT

ORGANISER

JSF INDUSTRY SESSION

SSM

INTRODUCTION TO THE ATAK PROJECT

AGUSTA WESTLAND

THE HÜRKUŞ PROJECT

TAI

INTRODUCTION TO THE T-38 MODERNISATION

TAI

AGS INDUSTRY SESSION

SSM, AGSI ,TAI

INTRODUCTION TO MİMTÜ

OTOKAR

INTRODUCTION TO MİLGEM

COMMANDERSHIP OF THE NAVY

INTRODUCTION TO THE HEWS PROJECTS

ASELSAN

INFANTRY FORCE PROTECTION

SIBAT

Signing Ceremonies

PROJECT

PROJECT OWNER

EHTES MOU Signing Ceremony

SSM-DAPA(KOREA)

ZMA and M113 MOD. MUT. Agreement

FNSS-KADDB(JORDA)

JSF Signing Ceremony

ALP AVIATION

F 16 BLOCK 50 (PO IV SPEWS II) Signing Ceremony

SSM-TAI

HUNTER COMMAND SYS. Signing Ceremony

SSM-ASELSAN

İHA PROJECTS Signing Ceremonies

TAI -PAKISTAN AIR FORCE COMM. TAI- ASELSAN TAI-SAVRONİK

NEW PATROL BOAT Signing Ceremony

SSM-DEARSAN

MİLGEM WAR SYS. Signing Ceremony

COMM. NAV.-SSM- STM- MTU, ASELSAN- TÜBİTAK

SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS MOU Signing Ceremony

SSM-İLETİŞİM VE UZAY TEK. SAN. VE TİC. A.Ş., ASTRIUM LTD.

TÜKA PROJECTS Signing Ceremony

SSM-TÜBİTAK

NBC-PROTECTIVE CLOTHING PROJECT Signing Ceremony

SSM-ÇAN JOINT VENTURE

VERTICAL WIND TUNNEL AGREEMENT Signing Ceremony

SSM-STM

MODSİM KAMMOS ÖDY PROJECT Signing Ceremony

SSM-METEKSAN

Private offices have been maintained on the premises throughout the exhibition to allow meetings among the purchasing decision makers of the Ministry of Defence and the Turkish Armed Forces and participating companies, foreign delegations, and high-level military and civilian authorities. The following persons were available for meetings at these offices.

TITLE

RANK

NAME

SECRETARY OF DEFENCE

 

M.VECDİ GÖNÜL

UNDERSECRETARY OF DEFENCE

LT. GENERAL

YALÇIN ATAMAN

UNDERSECRETARY OF DEFENCE INDUSTRY

 

MURAD BAYAR

GENERAL STAFF LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

LT. GENERAL

RASİM ARSLAN

ARMY LOGISTICS COMMANDER

LT. GENERAL

HÜSEYİN NUSRET TAŞDELER

ARMY LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

MAJ. GEN.

ABDULLAH DALAY

NAVY LOGISTICS DIRECTOR/NAVY TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

VICE ADM.

İZZET ARTUNÇ NACİ TAYFUN TANSAN

REAR ADM.

AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMANDER

LT. GENERAL

SÜLEYMAN ŞEVKET DİNGİLOĞLU

AIR FORCE LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

MAJ. GEN.

RIDVAN ULUGÜLER

GENDARMERIE LOGISTICS COMMANDER

BRIG. GEN.

MUSTAFA KEMAL ALATAŞ

GENDARMERIE LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

BRIG. GEN.

MUSTAFA İHSAN BATI

COAST GUARD LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

COLONEL

FAZLI ORTAYOL

UNDERSECRETARIAT OF DEFENCE PROVISION AND CONSTRUCTION OFFICER

MAJ. GEN.

RAİF AKBAŞ

UNDERSECRETARIAT OF DEFENCE TECHNOLOGY AND COORDINATION OFFICER

MAJ. GEN.

ORHAN UĞURLUOĞLU

MoD FOREIGN PURCHASING OFFICE DIRECTOR

BRIG. GEN.

YILMAZ UYAR

MoD DOMESTIC PURCHASING OFFICE DIRECTOR

BRIG. GEN.

SELAHATTİN KISACIK

MoD TECHNICAL SERVICES OFFICE DIRECTOR

COLONEL

NEVZAT KILINÇ

MoD R&d AND TECHNOLOGY OFFICE DIRECTOR

BRIG. GEN.

İSMAİL TANER AKAY

TRNC SECURITY FORCE COMM. REPRESENTATIVE

COLONEL

ENGİN NAŞİT

 

DIRECTOR OF

KADİR YILMAZ

GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF SECURITY

SECURITY

PRESIDIUM OF THE UNION OF CHAMBERS AND COMMERCIAL EXCHANGES OF TURKEY

 

HÜSEYİN ÜZÜLMEZ

2.2.

PARTICIPANT-REPRESENTATIVE INFORMATION

500 companies from 48 countries have attended the IDEF ‘07 8th International Defence Industry Exhibition. These countries are as follows:

USA

South Africa

Lithuania

Germany

India

Luxemburg

Australia

Holland

Malaysia

Austria

Iraq

Moldova

Azerbaijan

UK

Norway

UAE

Ireland

Pakistan

Belarus

Spain

Poland

Belgium

Israel

Romania

Bosnia Herzegovina

Sweden

Russia

Brazil

Switzerland

Slovakia

Bulgaria

Italy

Chile

Czech Republic

Japan

Thailand

China

Canada

Taiwan

Denmark

Kazakhstan

Turkey

Finland

TRNC

Ukraine

France

Korea

Jordan

2.3. VISITOR INFORMATION

2.3.1. OVERALL DISTRIBUTION

A total of 40,979 visitors have attended the IDEF ‘07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition held at the Ankara 75 th Anniversary Memorial Hippodrome. The distribution of these visitors is given below:

 

Number of

%

Visitors

Turkey

39,716

96.9

Foreign

1263

3.1

TOTAL

40,979

100.0

2.3.2. INFORMATION ON FOREIGN VISITORS

According to the accommodated delegations and information forms collected at the entrance to the venue, visitors from 46 foreign countries have attended the IDEF ‘07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition. The number and percentages of these countries are given below:

 

NO. OF

   

NO. OF

 

COUNTRY

VISITORS

%

COUNTRY

VISITORS

%

1 Germany

284

22.4

25 Austria

10

0.8

2 France

125

9.9

26 Chile

9

0.7

3 USA

102

8.1

27 Indonesia

9

0.7

4 UK

93

7.4

28 Serbia

8

0.6

5 Korea

63

5.0

29 Sweden

8

0.6

6 China

55

4.4

30 UAE

8

0.6

7 Israel

52

4.1

31 Belarus

7

0.6

8 Pakistan

50

4.0

32 Lithuania

6

0.5

9 Moldova

48

3.8

33 Egypt

5

0.4

10 Denmark

35

2.8

34 Bulgaria

5

0.4

11 Italy

27

2.1

35 Finland

5

0.4

12 South Africa

25

2.0

36 Iraq

4

0.3

13 Belgium

23

1.8

37 Jordan

4

0.3

14 Switzerland

20

1.6

38 Kazakhstan

4

0.3

15 Azerbaijan

19

1.5

39 Libya

3

0.2

16 Canada

18

1.4

40 Romania

3

0.2

17 Iran

18

1.4

41 Morocco

3

0.2

18 Malaysia

17

1.3

42 Slovakia

2

0.2

19 Spain

16

1.3

43 Slovenia

2

0.2

20 Greece

15

1.2

44 Swaziland

1

0.1

21 India

14

1.1

45 Tunisia

1

0.1

22 Norway

14

1.1

46 Ukraine

1

0.1

23 Russia

12

1.0

Total

1263

100.0

24 Australia

10

0.8

2.3.3. INFORMATION ON DOMESTIC VISITORS

Among the domestic visitors of the IDEF ‘07 8 th International Defence Industry Exhibition, 89.5% came from Ankara, and the remaining 10.5% from other cities. The distribution among cities is given below:

 

CITIES

%

 

1 Ankara

89.5

 

2 Istanbul

1.7

 

3 Kocaeli

1.5

 

4 Eskişehir

1.2

 

5 Sakarya

0.8

 

6 Konya

0.7

 

7 Kı r ı kkale

0.6

 

8 Bursa

0.6

 

9 İzmir

0.4

 

10 Antalya

0.3

 

11 Manisa

0.3

 

12 Düzce

0.3

 

13 Kayseri

0.3

 

14 Adana

0.2

 

15 Çankı r ı

0.2

 

16 Bal ı kesir

0.1

 

17 Gaziantep

0.1

18 İçel

 

0.1

 

19 Sivas

0.1

 

20 Trabzon

0.1

 

21 Aksaray

0.1

 

22 Denizli

0.1

 

23 Hatay

0.1

 

24 Karabük

0.1

 

25 Malatya

0.1

 

26 Samsun

0.1

 

27 Şı rnak

0.1

 

28 Tekirdağ

0.1

 

29 Tunceli

0.1

 

Total

100.0

2.3.4. TABLES TABLE 1 COMPANY PARTICIPATION 500 431 500 400 296 256 300 Country 200
2.3.4. TABLES
TABLE 1
COMPANY PARTICIPATION
500
431
500
400
296
256
300
Country
200
Company
50
48
100
30
31
0
IDEF 2001 IDEF 2003 IDEF 2005 IDEF 2007
TABLE 2

DELEGATION PARTICIPATION

300

250

200

150

100

50

0

282 264 183 148 50 48 35 45 IDEF IDEF IDEF IDEF 2001 2003 2005
282 264
183
148
50 48
35 45
IDEF
IDEF
IDEF
IDEF
2001
2003
2005
2007

Participating Country Participating Delegation

3. IDEF ‘07 PARTICIPANT SURVEY RESULTS

Q1. How were you notified of the IDEF ‘07 Exhibition?

 

N

%

Promotional brochure

6

10.2

Press advertisements

3

5.1

Internet

8

13.5

Company connections

12

20.3

We are regular participants

18

30.5

TAA

8

13.5

MoD

2

3.4

Tüyap

3

5.1

Total

64

101.6

Q2. Do you think the promotion of IDEF ‘07 was adequate?

 

N

%

Adequate

44

74.6

Inadequate

15

25.4

Total

59

100

If inadequate, any recommendations? Press and the television can have more coverage Promotion on international scale is required

Q3. Have you participated in an IDEF before?

   

N%

Yes

40

67.8

No

19

32.2

Total

59

100.0

Years:

1995

1 participant

1997

1 participant

1999

2 participants

2001

4 participants

2003

9 participants

2005

16 participants

All IDEF Events

5 participants

Q4. What is your purpose for participating in the IDEF ’07?

 

N

%

Following developments

24

40.7

Professional improvement

17

28.8

Purchasing

3

5.0

Business connections

36

61.0

Product comparison

12

20.4

Prestige

32

54.2

Company promotion

47

79.7

Competition

9

15.2

Networking with potential buyers

6

10.1

Total

188

315.1

Q5. In comparison to IDEF ’05, how would you rate IDEF ‘07?

 

N

%

More successful

23

65.4

Equally successful

27

28.6

Less successful

9

6.0

Total

59

100.0

Q6. What did you like the most in IDEF ’07?

Organisation

5

Participation

4

Event promotion

2

Air shows

2

Further interest of Turkish companies

2

Increase in number of participants

2

Turkish Stars show

2

Exhibits

1

Stand layouts

1

Presentation to a wide audience

1

Availability of many companies

1

Participation of military personnel

1

Foreign visitors

1

Gifts

1

New products

1

High-quality participants and visitors

1

Food

1

Housekeeping

1

Q7. What improvements can be made to IDEF ’07?

Air conditioning

12

Food queues, quality, selection, prices

12

Internet connection

4

Toilets

4

Inadequate air conditioning in tents

4

Should not take place at a hippodrome

4

Security

2

More appropriate layout

2

Coordination and organisation

2

Easier access at the gates, stricter security

2

Generators

2

Transportation

2

Promotion of IDEF

1

Further activities and visual events

1

A proper exhibition layout map

1

Allowing children on fairgrounds (on Saturday or Sunday)

1

Inadequate transportation from main gate to fairgrounds

1

Tents should not be used

1

Lack of comfort in the large tent

1

Roads to the fairgrounds

1

Car park

1

Better promotion

1

More participation and more resting areas in shade

1

Q8. Were you able to reach your audience in IDEF ’07?

   

N%

Yes

38

64.4

No

4

6.8

Partially

17

28.8

Total

47

100.0

Q9. Do you plan to participate in IDEF ‘09?

 
 

N

%

Yes

52

88.1

No

3

5.1

No response

4

6.8

Total

59

100.0

Purposes of participants responding “Yes”:

Networking with potential buyers

24

Sales connections

21

Monitoring Turkish Army projects

17

Knowing competitors more closely

7

Holding distributor/retailer meetings

2

Q10. Have you attended seminars and meetings?

 

N

%

Yes

19

27.2

No

38

64.4

No response

2

3.4

Total

59

100.0

ASSESSMENT OF TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Q11. How satisfied are you of exhibition services?

 

5

4

3

2

1

No Idea or Have Not Used

Extremely

Satisfied

Neither

Dissatisfied

Extremely

Satisfied

Satisfied

Dissatisfied

nor

 

Dissatisfied

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

Visitor and protocol entrance services

9

15.2

18

30.6

11

18.7

11

18.7

10

16.9

-

 

Participant car park

7

11.9

28

47.5

5

8.5

7

11.9

12

20.2

-

 

Information desks

9

15.2

26

44.1

10

16.9

4

6.8

4

6.8

6

10.2

Direction posts

7

11.9

24

40.7

9

15.2

8

13.5

6

10.2

5

8.5

Stand layout

5

8.5

28

47.5

12

20.2

9

15.3

5

8.5

-

 

Technical services

8

13.5

9

15.2

15

25.4

18

30.6

8

13.5

1

1.8

Electricity services

4

6.8

8

13.5

18

30.6

15

25.4

6

10.2

8

13.5

Housekeeping

9

15.3

11

18.7

21

35.6

8

13.5

8

13.5

2

3.4

Refreshments

-

 

9

15.2

13

22.0

13

22.0

17

28.9

7

11.9

Transportation and customs services

5

8.5

11

18.7

14

23.6

6

10.2

4

6.8

19

32.2

Host-hostess-guide services

7

11.8

18

30.5

9

15.3

6

10.2

4

6.8

15

25.4

Attendance of Turkish Army personnel

16

27.1

24

40.7

9

15.3

5

8.5

2

3.4

3

5.0

Stand visit schedules of foreign delegations

6

10.2

19

32.2

16

27.1

6

10.2

5

8.5

7

11.8

Acquiring invitation sets

9

15.3

23

38.9

10

16.9

2

3.4

6

10.2

9

15.3

Shuttles between fairgrounds and the city

5

8.5

7

11.8

9

15.2

3

5.0

2

3.4

33

56.1

Security services

10

16.9

24

40.7

13

22.0

5

8.5

3

5.0

4

6.7

Secretarial services

5

8.5

26

44.2

9

15.3

2

3.4

3

5.0

14

23.6

Communications

5

8.5

14

23.6

12

20.2

6

10.2

15

25.6

7

11.9

Q12. What were specific shortcomings of IDEF ’07?

Air conditioning was inadequate.

16

Tent air conditioning was inadequate.

9

Internet connection was inadequate.

5

Food monopoly is wrong; selection is small, food is low-quality and expensive, queues are too long.

12

Security

4

The venue is not suitable.

3

Transportation

3

Exhibitors should be placed according to sectors.

1

Power problems were encountered.

2

Stands should be covered.

1

Partial coordination and security shortcomings are evident.

1

The organisation needs to be cleaner, of a higher quality, and more professional.

2

It is difficult to obtain water at the fairgrounds; it should have been given free of charge.

1

Lavatories are filthy.

1

There was no water; all services were extremely late.

1

No toilets in tents.

1

Hygiene should be observed.

1

Stands are not clean.

1

Toilet doors not closing, cubicles dark.

1

Foreign visitors had to queue behind people washing their feet in washbasins for ablution. It is extremely inconsiderate not to provide a specific place for this ritual in a Muslim country. We believe we have not gotten our money’s worth here.

1

Many visitors tripped over dislodged floor fittings.

1

Double-layer tents should be erected. There is need for insulation.

1

Stand carpet was stained.

1

The floor of the large tent trembled constantly.

1

Direction posts were inadequate.

1

Event hours are too short.

1

Extensive queues formed at participant entrances in the morning.

1

Military personnel should not be allowed prompt entry while participants queue at the gates.

1

Personnel provide incomplete information.

2

Some exhibitors violated stand height limits; this should be enforced.

1

Car park card was meaningless.

1

Stand utilities were provided too late (carpet, power).

1

Q13. How do you rate the unit price of a stand at the event?

   

N%

Too expensive

4

6.8

Expensive

12

20.4

Normal

10

17.0

No idea

2

3.4

No response

31

52.4

Total

59

100.0

Q14. What improvements would you like to see at IDEF ’09?

If

tents are to be used, they should be of higher quality (like DSA 2006 Malaysia).

3

Tents are not appropriate for this.

2

Better air conditioning.

6

Companies should be grouped in accordance with their fields of operation.

3

Food services must improve.

2

Coordination and harmony across the event.

2

A

more comfortable and centrally-located venue is needed.

4

Transportation

1

Faster internet

4

Adequate technical services

1

Visiting hours should not end at 4.30 pm.

1

Better entrances and car parks

1

Minors should be allowed in the event one day on the weekend

1

The event can be open to public one day on the weekend

1

Previously it was in autumn and cooler; this year it was too hot.

1

More foreign companies should visit.

1

Official delegations should have better visit schedules. None of them followed the schedule.

 

Better promotion may widen the audience.

1

The car park should be worked on; entry and exit must be faster and easier.

1

Well-known companies should not be assigned to tents.

1

Toilet cleanliness and directions should be improved.

2

4. IDEF ‘07 VISITOR SURVEY RESULTS

Q1. How did you find out about IDEF ‘07?

 

N

%

Promotional brochure

29

12.7

Print advertising - media

35

15.3

Internet

36

15.8

Company connections

113

49.6

I am a regular attendee

12

5.2

Other

6

2.6

Total

231

101.2

Q2. How do you rate the promotion of IDEF ’07?

 

N

%

Adequate

154

67.6

Inadequate

73

32.0

No response - I don’t know

1

0.4

Total

228

100.0

Recommendations if inadequate:

Inadequate promotion

6

More advertisements

2

More commercials

2

Billboards can be used

2

TV commercials may be run

2

I did not see any promotion

2

More press coverage

1

More international and local press coverage

1

No coverage in the press or on the internet

1

Billboards and posters in crowded places

1

Not of sufficient quality; resources are too few

1

A longer promotion period should be used

1

Less than last year

1

No comment

1

Q3. What is your purpose in visiting IDEF ’07?

 

N

%

Following developments

152

66.7

Professional development

78

34.2

Purchasing

3

1.3

Business connections

25

11.0

Product comparison

28

12.3

Other

11

4.8

Total

297

130.3

Q4. Did you benefit from IDEF ’07?

   

N

%

Yes

179

78.5

No

22

9.6

Undecided

25

11.0

No response

2

0.9

Total

228

100.0

Q5. Do you plan to visit IDEF ’09?

 
   

N

%

Yes

211

92.6

No

7

3.0

Undecided

10

4.4

Total

228

100.0

What improvements would you like to see?

More simulators

19

Land weapons

1

Better promotion

11

Weapon systems

1

Better selection of venue

12

Aviation technologies

1

I

am satisfied

11

We want to see where we stand in the world

1

More Turkish companies

9

End the food problem

1

New technologies and diversity

7

People should not attend in uniform

1

Types of aircraft

5

 

Slides

1

Fairground directions

3

Meetings

1

Better organisation

2

Wider participation

1

Adequate brochures

2

Air defence

1

I

would like to see a Russian stand

2

Participation of more companies

1

Better organised stands

2

Not just products but their design and production should be

1

exhibited

Participation of security companies

2

A

closer experience of the tanks

1

Communication

2

Satellite systems

1

Inspection

2

More activities

1

More weapons

2

Weapons

1

Signs too small

1

Missiles

1

Too many and unnecessary signs

1

Satellite equipment

1

Entrances not clearly marked

1

 

Ramps

1

Toilet cleanliness should be better

1

Ordnance that will make Turkey look powerful

1

Lack of resting areas

1

More advanced laser weapons

1

Music can play

1

Company information should be more understandable

1

More cafeterias

1

Interesting events should be held; does not attract public

1

We want different companies

1

A

seminar hall

1

Transportation is difficult

1

First aid

1

Low representation of electronics and software

1

Combat rations

1

People could be kinder; especially Ukraine

1

Aircraft

1

Radar systems

1

More air forces

1

Rockets

1

More electronic equipment

1

Turkish firearms, diversity

1

Parachuting shows

1

Space technology

1

Diving equipment

1

Lack of armaments components and accessories

1

High-tech weapons

1

Q6. What products and services are you interested in?

Armaments

46

Submarines

1

Air defence

17

Machine, chemicals and weapons industry

1

All in general

16

Artillery ordnance

1

Defence systems

14

Products of Turkish companies

1

Aircraft

11

Electronic systems

1

Aselsan

10

The Israel group

1

Helicopters

5

Heavy machinery

1

Havelsan

5

Electronic products, software

1

Rockets

4

Off-road vehicles

1

Electrics, electronics

4

Aviation

1

Communication systems

4

The Spanish stand

1

Computer software

4

Information

1

Anything about aviation

4

Turkish Armed Forces tents

1

All weapon systems

4

Information

1

Telecommunications

3

Communication

1

Missiles

3

Models

1

Armoured vehicles

2

Protective materials

1

Long-range weapons

2

Pipe tracking with helicopters

1

Simulations

2

Light weapons

1

Radar

2

Aircraft industry

1

Thermal cameras

2

Technological advances

1

Anti-aircraft guns

2

Tactical vehicles

1

Equipment

2

Mechanical designs

1

Electronic support systems

2

Military construction equipment

1

Sars ı lmaz

2

Fuel explosion preventive systems

1

Bombs

2

Roketsan solutions

1

Air Forces

2

Personal defence

1

Firearms

2

TAİ

1

Foreign companies

2

Missile warheads

1

Clothing

2

Military equipment sale, contact with firms

1

Machine equipment

1

Machinery

1

Wireless communication products

1

Electronics

1

Information systems

1

Heating systems

1

Cryptology

1

Electro-optical systems

1

Parachutes

1

Marine products

1

Laser

1

Air systems

1

Automotive components

1

Armed vehicles

1

By-products in manufacturing

1

Guided equipment

1

Military materials

1

Health products

1

Wheeled armoured vehicles

1

Artillery

1

Transmission products

1

Warplanes

1

Ordnance

1

Rocket systems

1

Maps

1

TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES

Q7. How would you rate the shuttle service?

 

N

%

Shuttles and stops adequate

88

38.6

Shuttles and stops inadequate

41

18.0

I could find out arrival and departure schedule

65

28.5

I could not find out arrival and departure schedule

34

14.9

Total

228

100.0

Q8. How would you rate driving directions from the city to the fairgrounds?

 

N

%

Adequate

158

69.2

Inadequate

50

22.0

No response

20

8.8

Total

228

100.0

Q9. How would you rate the visitor car park?

 

N

%

Adequate and organised

166

72.8

Inadequate and unorganised

52

22.8

No response

10

4.4

Total

228

100.0

Q10. How would you rate the invitation and security checks at entrance?

 

N

%

Adequate and organised

194

85.1

Inadequate and unorganised

27

11.8

No response

7

3.1

Total

500

100.0

Q11. How would you rate the layout and directions within the fairgrounds?

 

N

%

Adequate

165

72.4

Inadequate

59

25.8

No response

4

1.8

Total

228

100.0

Q12. Were you able to receive sufficient information and documents from info desks?

 

N

%

Yes