SKYDEX to showcase energy-attenuating solutions at the Michigan Defense Expo (MDEX) 2021

Defense Prime attendees and Government customers explore latest innovations from SKYDEX, a global leader in advanced impact mitigation and energy absorption solutions

CENTENNIAL, COLO. (May 24, 2021) –  SKYDEX, a global leader in advanced impact mitigation and energy absorption solutions, today announced that the company will be participating in the Exhibitor Showcase at the Michigan Defense Expo (MDEX). The conference will take place virtually, and will be held May 25-26. This event facilities strong networking opportunities between government and industry to showcase capabilities to enhance product performance to serve our warfighters.

MDEX is recognized as the premier gathering of Defense Prime leaders to network with industry on advancements and innovations to serve the military vehicles community.

Scott Osborn, SKYDEX Director of Business Development, Defense, will be attending to discuss the company’s advancements in military vehicle protection, including blast mats, seat cushion inserts and other energy absorbing materials.

For more information about how SKYDEX is innovating in protective solutions for the armored vehicles community, please visit or contact the team via email at to set up a meeting.


Founded in 2001 and based in Centennial, Colorado, SKYDEX is a global leader in advanced impact mitigation and energy absorption solutions. From armored vehicles to bomb suits, helmets and body protection, running shoes and wall padding for baseball fields, SKYDEX is driven by a single purpose: "Protecting People and Things That Matter." With technical expertise and proprietary geometries, advanced SKYDEX materials are used to protect hundreds of thousands of lives across a wide range of applications, such as vehicle protection, marine performance, sports protection, blast and ballistics, work wear/PPE, electronics and more. Backed by a passionate team of engineers and incredible technologies, SKYDEX solutions outperform traditional materials. To learn more, visit