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From drones to submarines: What to expect at the Middle East’s biggest defence expo

Gulf countries are expected to invest in advanced defence technologies, local military production capabilities and knowledge-transfer partnerships during the Middle East’s largest defence expo in Abu Dhabi next week.

Missile defence, drones, counter-unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), cyber security and artificial intelligence technologies –which have played a key part in modern warfare – will be in demand among the regional buyers at the International Defence Exhibition (Idex), analysts said.

“It is likely that we will see greater emphasis on naval platforms, unmanned systems and electronic warfare capabilities, as well as continued…

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