Airbus shows off a model of its NH90 NFH helicopter at Eurosatory 2024. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

EUROSATORY 2024 — Eurosatory 2024 is officially wrapping up today after bringing together hundreds of companies from countries around the world — with the controversial exception of Israel — who showed off everything from body armor to missiles to full-sized tanks.

You can catch up with Breaking Defense’s full coverage here, but for now, here’s a selection of photos from the show floor from the team on the ground.

The Emirati defense conglomerate EDGE Group shows off missiles and drones at its stand at Eurosatory 2024. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

At Eurosatory 2024 a panel discusses the future of NATO’s landpower. From left to right: analyst Marcin Piotrowski of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, Lt. Gen. Bertrand Toujouse of the French Army, moderator Elie Tenenbaum of the Institut Francais des relations internationales, and Maj. Gen. Matthew Van Wagenen of NATO. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

French firm Eviden let Eurosatory 2024 attendees test out their combat cloud platform by simulating tank maneuvers. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

The United Arab Emirates presented companies at Eurosatory 2024, including, in the background here, defense conglomerate EDGE Group. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

Leaning heavily onto its Viking history, Norwegian body armor firm NFM Group puts a time period raider next to a modern soldier at Eurosatory 2024. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

The KNDS Enhanced Main Battle Tank (EMBT) technology demonstrator was on show, fitted with the new EMBT-ADT 140 uncrewed turret (Andrew White/Breaking Defense)

Finnish firm Patria presents a prototype future armored personnel carrier on June 18, 2024 at Eurosatory in Paris. (Andrew White / Breaking Defense)

Rheinmetall used the start of Eurosatory 2024 to pitch a new Concept Unmanned Turret for its Panther KF51 main battle tank. (Ashley Roque/ Breaking Defense).

At the Norwegian company Kongsberg stand at Eurosatory 2024 sits a THeMIS land robot made by Estonia’s MILREM Robotics. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

An unidentified Breaking Defense reporter snaps a photo reflecting Korean firm Finished Solution’s thermal imaging tech. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)

Turkish firm Roketsan displays its Lacin (L) and Teber (R) missiles, with optional range-extending fins on the Lacin at Eurosatory 2024. (Lee Ferran / Breaking Defense)