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Upcoming presidential elections in Philippines and a 9.2% increase in the country's defence budget sees National Coast Watch Council Secretariat, Office Of The President partnering with IQPC Asia to host the inaugural Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Phili...
Asia’s coastal and surveillance expenditure is showing no signs of slowing down. From 2000 – 2014, the region’s defence spend has increased over 40% as nations aggressively enhance their land, sea and aerial assets in a race to overcome territorial threats exacerbated...
The disappearance of Malaysian Airline Flight MH370 earlier this year remains one of the greatest aviation mysteries of our time. The event has sparked civil and military organisations – particularly those based in the Asia-Pacific region – into action as they seek...
Indonesian Defence Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu will open the inaugural Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance Indonesia conference (April 2017).
The Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance Indonesia conference unites international and regional Navies, Coast Guards and maritime government organisations to revisit the scenario surrounding maritime security and coastal surveillance via a constructive dialogue.
With 7,107 islands and 10.2% of the world’s coastline, the defence capabilities of the Philippines are stretched to face challenges including piracy, terrorism, illegal fishing, pollution, smuggling and more. In response to these and other threats, the Philippines gover...
Economies here are under pressure from continent-wide security threats, such as widespread drug production and organised crime. Consequently, investment in coastal and border surveillance to counteract this problem has survived tough austerity measures and remains a k...
Liquid Robotics Inc., a Sunnyvale, California-based company, has developed a hybrid wave and solar propelled Unmanned Maritime Vehicle (UMV). The Wave Glider SV3 vehicle is the latest to come out of the company’s development kitchen of self-propelled and continuous...
Mexico’s defence industry is almost entirely run by its military institutions and currently produces a variety of small arms and light weapons, 4x4 tactical patrol vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles interceptor craft, coastal and ocean patrol vessels. The Ministry o...
4thSeptember, London- Ahead of its annual Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance conference, Defence IQ has published the findings of its report into the industry, in which the vast majority of military and industry experts surveyed called for significantly more c...
This infographic details some of the companies designing and manufacturing the most advanced, innovative coastal surveillance technologies in the world. Radar systems, maritime patrol aircraft and hydro-oceangraphic survey ships are some of the key technologies used b...
This report will explore how the future of the coastal surveillance market is likely to evolve over the next decade. The report is based on a survey of 114 senior executives and professionals within the maritime domain including both military and commercial respondent...
The Third UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), also known as the Law of the Sea Convention, which was signed in December 1982, extended the jurisdiction of coastal nations to include a 200 nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ), which came into force in...
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