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View the Full Event Outline for Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia 2019

View the Full Event Outline for Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia 2019

Following years of continuous success, the 16th Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance 2019 will once again bring together 200+ senior officers from regional navies, air forces, coast guards, academics and members of the defence industry, all of whom have a vested interest in bolstering maritime security for the region. They will share in-depth analysis of the latest developments in the region as well as operational challenges and strategies pertaining to maritime security and coastal surveillance from their country/agency’s perspective including:

  • Strategies For Addressing Multi-Dimensional Defence Needs Today
  • How Digitalisation is Shaking Up Maritime Security and Operational Effectiveness
  • Examining Successful Regional Cooperation
  • Key Considerations on Future Fleet Management
  • Future Capacity Building and Government Planning
  • From Different Countries’ Perspective

Our Esteemed Speakers include:

  • Capt Tuan N. Pham, U.S. Navy
  • WGCDR Ian Forsyth, Royal Australian Air Force
  • Lieutenant Commander Aston Talbot, New Zealand Defence Force
  • Group Captain John Grime, Royal Australian Air Force
  • Lieutenant Commander Gary Brogan, Royal Naval Reserve
  • Capt. Misbah-Ul-Amin (Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Military), Pakistan Navy
  • Vice Admiral Maritime Dato’ Mohd Zubil bin Mat Som, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
  • Vice Admiral Pradeep Chauhan, National Maritime Foundation, India

What’s NEW this year? Delegates and speakers will be able to engage in interactive roundtable discussions over the two days divided into six broad domains: Air; Land; Sea; People; Operations; and Technology, each addressing the most pertinent maritime security issues within each domain. PLUS, this year’s event is co-located with Port Security and Modernization for maximum networking opportunities.

Maritime Security and Coast Surveillance Post Show Report 2018

Maritime Security and Coast Surveillance Post Show Report 2018

With the participation from regional Navies, Air Forces, Coast Guards, Police Forces, government organisations and the defence industry, the conference featured over 170 delegates as they brainstormed and discussed the biggest challenges and strategies for maritime security and coastal surveillance in the APAC region.

Agenda - Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia 2019

Agenda - Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia 2019

Following years of continuous success, the 16th Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance 2019 will once again bring together 200+ senior officers from regional naviesair forcescoast guardsacademics and members of the defence industry, all of whom have a vested interest in bolstering maritime security for the region. They will share in-depth analysis of the latest developments in the region as well as operational challenges and strategies pertaining to maritime security and coastal surveillance from their country/agency’s perspective including:

  • Strategies For Addressing Multi-Dimensional Defence Needs Today
  • How Digitalisation is Shaking Up Maritime Security and Operational Effectiveness
  • Examining Successful Regional Cooperation
  • Key Considerations on Future Fleet Management
  • Future Capacity Building and Government Planning
  • From Different Countries’ Perspective

Our Esteemed Speakers include:

  • Capt Tuan N. Pham, U.S. Navy
  • WGCDR Ian Forsyth, Royal Australian Air Force
  • Lieutenant Commander Aston Talbot, New Zealand Defence Force
  • Group Captain John Grime, Royal Australian Air Force
  • Lieutenant Commander Gary Brogan, Royal Naval Reserve
  • Capt. Misbah-Ul-Amin (Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Military), Pakistan Navy
  • Vice Admiral Maritime Dato’ Mohd Zubil bin Mat Som, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency
  • Vice Admiral Pradeep Chauhan, National Maritime Foundation, India

What’s NEW this year? Delegates and speakers will be able to engage in interactive roundtable discussions over the two days divided into six broad domains: AirLandSeaPeopleOperations; and Technology, each addressing the most pertinent maritime security issues within each domain. PLUS, this year’s event is co-located with Port Security and Modernization for maximum networking opportunities.

Philippine Navy Modernisation

Philippine Navy Modernisation

Throughout Southeast Asia, there is arguably no other seagoing force that is modernising at the rate of the Philippine Navy (PN). In the past five years, the service has undergone an unprecedented transformation, including the induction of its largest ever warships – and bigger plans are already afoot. The Philippine government has placed orders with South Korea for what will be the most sophisticated vessels yet to enter service. This report looks at the current programmes transforming the PN and the market opportunities likely to emerge.
Royal Malaysian Navy 15-to-5 Transformation Programme

Royal Malaysian Navy 15-to-5 Transformation Programme

Royal Malaysian Navy 15-to-5 Transformation Programme: 15-to-5 Fleet Transformation, Future Potentials, Littoral Mission Ship Project, RMN Efficiency savings, LMS Project and RMN Future Fleet.
Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance 2017 Post Show Report

Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance 2017 Post Show Report

With the participation from regional Navies, Air Forces, Coast Guards, Police Forces, government organisations and the defence industry, the conference featured over 170 delegates as they brainstormed and discussed the biggest challenges and strategies for maritime security and coastal surveillance in the APAC region.

Key discussions centered on inter-agency collaboration, maritime terrorism, asset integration and on maintaining cyber vigilance at sea.

Overall, the conference succeeded in providing an excellent platform for strategic dialogue and networking over the two days, and on behalf of the entire project team, we would like to bring you the key highlights of our show this year!

Evolution of Maritime Security in Southeast Asia

Evolution of Maritime Security in Southeast Asia

The Southeast Asian region has in recent years been plagued with multiple reports of piracy, kidnap for ransom, and theft-at sea cases. How have these threats evolved lately, and what are countries in the region doing to counter the perennial problem? What are defence procurement opportunities that have emerged as a result of these efforts?
Regional Naval Modernisation

Regional Naval Modernisation

Multi-concerns on sea control / post-modern and sea denial. Relatively low concern on ASW. Capacity limitation for escalating conflicts. Critical financial capacity to manage and maintain fleets. Test on the ceiling of maritime interests.