Amid mounting tensions, countries across Southeast Asia are continuing to bolster their coastal and maritime surveillance capabilities.
Several significant acquisitions programmes, such as those undertaken by Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, have moved ahead and received their funding requests. We summarise the major programmes in this short report.
Ahead of the 16th Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance Asia 2019 summit happening in Singapore from 3-4 December, an event that is expected to see more than 15 flag officers and 250 attendees across 15 countries, this report will examine emerging coastal and maritime surveillance requirements for notable countries in the Southeast Asian region.
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This report highlights active ongoing programmes and key requirements in the Maritime Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) space, as navies invest in solutions and adapt to the multi-domain intelligence approach and retain the information advantage against potential adversaries. It offers insights into the activity of the following nations:
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Top Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance market manufacturers are covered in this report through contracts they won and ongoing bids they are taking part in. The following companies are included:
This report also offers insights into other countries from all around the globe such as:
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As coastal and maritime surveillance operations are also increasingly expected to shoulder greater responsibilities, operators are increasingly turning towards innovative technological solutions beyond rudimentary deployments of unmanned systems. Emerging technological solutions have not only reduced the strain on manpower resources and operational budgets, but also enhanced the effectiveness of surveillance operations, and by extension, national security.
In this report we explore three emerging technologies; VIDAR, Tethered aerostats and deep learning artificial intelligence. We look at the how, what and why of this emerging tech. These are the technologies piped to fundamentally alter how surveillance missions are done in the future.