ILA Berlin 2020 - Holland Pavilion
ILA Berlin is the hub for the international aerospace industry. With over 1,000 exhibitors from all over the world, ILA Berlin showcases the industry's very best in terms of high-tech products as well as research and development projects. Climate protection and sustainability will be the main themes of the ILA 2020.
The NAG is the trade association for national and international organisations established in the Netherlands and active in Aerospace & Airport development. The NAG is organising the Holland Pavilion at ILA Berlin 2020, with support of RVO (Netherlands Enterprise Agency).
Topics ILA Berlin 2020
The aviation industry strives to cut net CO2 emissions in half by 2050 (starting from base emission levels in 2005). These ambitious goals will only be feasible through constructive dialogue between aircraft manufacturers and airlines, large companies and start-ups, policymakers and aviation authorities, and climate and noise pollution researchers. ILA Berlin is the place to be for all of these groups.
ILA is where the world’s space community comes together and offers the ideal platform for the international space community to identify potential collaborations and discuss the issues shaping our future.
- Defense & Security
ILA Berlin fosters dialogue between high-ranking generals, leading politicians working on defense and security issues as well as defense industry experts and cyber security researchers. ILA is destined to showcase the power and scope of Europe’s military aerospace industry.
- International Supplier Center ISC
A B2B platform for suppliers.
- Unmanned Systems
Unmanned aviation has unleashed a revolution in aviation. The question is: How can the private sector truly benefit from drones? When will we be able to hail an air taxi? And how can these new forms of mobility be deployed sustainably? In the ILA exhibition area “UAS Innovation Hub” you can meet the key players in unmanned aviation to discuss these questions – and many more.
- Special Features
At ILA Berlin, industry experts, researchers and policymakers come together to consider the next steps to make futuristic visions reality and demonstrate what is already possible today. At the event, you can also meet the next generation of people who will shape aerospace for years to come.