Integrating Maritime Security and Surveillance Operations Through Collaboration and Next-Generation Technology
Today’s maritime security needs have become highly sophisticated and multi-dimensional with the exponential rise in maritime terrorism, drug trafficking, piracy and other non-traditional seaborne attacks. Technological advancements and modernization are also shaping governments’ spending in the maritime defence and security sector.
Following 15 years of continuous success, the Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance series has established itself as the preferred annual gathering point for Navies, Coast Guards, Air Forces, Marine Police, Government Agencies and leading technology players.
- Global market for new procurement of military platforms will be worth US$838 billion by 2029
- Out of this, spending in the Asia-Pacific region is forecast to total US$274.9 billion, with major programmes including Australia’s Project Sea 5000 Future Frigate estimated at US$10.1 billion, China’s Type 003 aircraft carrier estimated at US$10.6 billion and India’s Arihant-class submarine estimated at US$8.2 billion.
- Annual global spending across all classes of vessels is expected to increase from US$77 billion in 2019 to US$82 billion in 2024
- Asia-Pacific is witnessing a surge in naval procurement as it reacts to growing capabilities among neighbouring countries. Excluding China and India, nations in the region are expected to spend in excess of US$95 billion by the end of 2029
Our 2019 Speakers
Head, Maritime State of Johore
Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
National Maritime Foundation, India
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Naval Education Department
Royal Thai Navy
Centre Head / Senior Fellow, Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy
Maritime Institute of Malaysia
Commanding Officer of 92 Wing
Royal Australian Air Force
Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific, Task Force SEVEN THREE,
New Zealand Assistant Defence Advisor to Singapore
Royal NZ Navy
FCO Regional Maritime Security Officer and UK HADR Liaison Officer
Royal Naval Reserve
Deputy Chief of Coast Guard Staff for Strategic Studies and Modernization, CG-15
Philippine Coast Guard
Research Fellow with Advanced Research Program at U.S. Naval War College
Regional HADR Coordination Centre, French Deputy Defence Attaché (N)
Commanding Officer, Pakistan Maritime Security Agency
Stable Seas - One Earth Future Foundation
Head of Assessment of Maritime Security Policy,
Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (BAKAMLA)
Assistance Chief Of Staff Operation, HQ Western Fleet
Royal Malaysian Navy
Secretary, Head of Maritime Affairs Unit
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bangladesh
Head of Special Office Department
Head of Product Sales Support - Airborne Sensors & Mission Systems
Maritime Security Advisor & Coordinator for Security of Maritime Spaces
French Ministry of Defence
Director of Sales
Maxar Technologies Inc
Corporate Security Representative Asia-Pacific
Commander Bangladesh Navy Fleet
Director of Plans and Acquisitions
Bangladesh Coast Guard
WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR
2 events in 1 location, co-located with Port Security and Modernization
20+ interactive roundtable discussion topics addressing latest developments in Air, Land & Sea Defence as well as People, Operation & Technology issues
Focused program addressing the most pertinent maritime security issues affecting the region
4 workshops focusing on driving the future of navy operations and maritime security in building a coherent maritime border security as well as on the future of port security and modernization
2019 New Topics
Grooming the next generation of maritime talent given technological advances, modernization & Industrial Revolution 4 reshaping the industry
Fleet management of the future with the advent of modernization and digital advancements
Maritime R&D roadmap in building next-generation maritime defence & surveillance capabilities to chart next phase of growth
New Country Spotlights including Vietnam, India, Brunei and Sri Lanka
PAST ATTENDEE TESTIMONIALS
"A well organized annual event addressing maritime security not to miss by navies, coastguards and maritime law enforcement agencies not only in Asia but around the world"
"The Conference provided an opportunity to link the needs of Maritime Security Agencies in Asia with the relevant industrial technology"
"This two-day event is very helpful for the different countries involved as it opens opportunities and creates the need to better understand and cooperate in the regional effort to combat terrorism, piracy, human trafficking and other security threats"
"A perfect forum to acquire or update knowledge about both regional and industrial models to deal with modern MARSEC issues"
"Great for setting up the stage for more meaningful interactions between armed forces of different nations!"
KEY FIGURES FROM 2018