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Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Developments 2016

It has been estimated that $50 billion will be spent on maritime patrol aircraft, maritime unmanned aerial vehicles, airborne anti-submarine warfare sensors and communication suites over the next 10 years. View the latest developments with this map. 

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12th Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance Sponsorship Brochure

At the 12th Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance conference, we recognise that every solution provider has different objectives that they want to achieve. Rather than simply offering you a standard sponsorship package, we have customised tailor made offerings to match your requirements and objectives as you map out your strategy for the APAC region.

Countering Drones

Estimated at around $127 billion, the 'drone revolution' is booming. But amongst the optimism is a creeping concern about the security and safety threat that this technology presents to critical national infrastructure, homeland security and a range of commercial sectors.

Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance 2015 Post Event Report

Asia's largest maritime security summit once again gathered senior military and naval officers and industry experts from Asia and beyond. Over 250 industry leaders gathered to discuss the critical challenges and opportunities facing the market in 2015 and beyond. Download the post show report to find out what the hottest topics were onsite!

Global Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Developments

Today, almost no region worldwide is unaffected by a serious security threat at sea. Fishery protection remains a serious concern for most coastlines. Piracy is resurgent in African waters. Territorial disputes in South-East Asia continue to bubble to the surface, while the Arctic Circle is slowly becoming a more prominent geopolitical concern. Latin American and Caribbean nations see no immediate end to narcotics smuggling. And of course, Europe is witness to a serious cross-sea migrant crisis. In this e-book, we explore each of these regions in more depth.

Coastal Surveillance Past Attendees: Sample List

Keen to meet other like-minded experts in the field just like you? Get the sample attendee list and find out which military, government and industry stakeholders have attended our Coastal Surveillance events previously.

Global Maritime Patrol Aircraft Market Report 2016-17

The world market for Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems is estimated at a value of $50 Billion over the next 10 years. This includes Maritime Patrol Aircraft, Maritime UAVs and Airborne ASW Sensors. If you are involved in this market, it is vital that you stay on top of these developments. View this complimentary report to get a rundown of the world's MPA and maritime UAV holdings, and for the latest procurement activity, ahead of this year's 13th annual Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia 2016.

The Landscape of Asia-Pacific Defence in 2017

Maritime security, missile defence, UAVs - the military balance in Asia is in flux as developing nations strengthen their coastal surveillance capabilities. In this feature article we analyse the latest strategic developments and ask five security experts, what will the security situation in Southeast Asia look like in 2017?

Budgets for SEA’S Coastal & Maritime Surveillance Spending (s)

APAC has reserved massive budgets to enhance their coastal and maritime surveillance operations. Download this exclusive infographic to discover: The budgets of key buying countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and the rest of the region. Plus the land, naval and aerial asset procurement requirements of APAC countries. Click to download now.

Is Growing Military Spending in Asia Indication of an Arms Race?

Increased military spending, contemporary territorial disputes and aggressive rhetoric from regional players is leading many people to question whether an arms race is currently  taking place in Asia Pacific. To answer this question, we compare the views of several leading analysts, Richard A. Bitzinger of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Dr Alessio Patalano of King's College London and Ian Sundstrom of the US Navy.

The Asia OPV and Corvette Market Report 2015

This comprehensive report features details of naval capabilities and procurement plans of Asia’s Pacific’s navies and coastguards. Click above to download this market report.

Naval Procurement in Asia Pacific: Trends, Budgets and Requirements

As the proliferation and volume of threats in South East Asian waters become increasingly serious and ever more diverse, this report has been produced to detail the known holdings and requirements for all the maritime surveillance assets in the region including OPVs, surface warships, maritime ISR assets, naval combat systems and UAVs

Budgets for SEA’S Coastal & Maritime Surveillance Spending

APAC has reserved massive budgets to enhance their coastal and maritime surveillance operations. Download this exclusive infographic to discover: The budgets of key buying countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and the rest of the region. Plus the land, naval and aerial asset procurement requirements of APAC countries. Click to download now.

Presentations

Developing Capabilities for the Sabah Region to Safeguard Against Illegal Human Trafficking, Piracy, Insurgencies and Contraband Smuggling

This presentation by Captain Mohd Fadzli Kamal bin Mohd Mohaldin, Chief of Staff,  Naval Region HQ, Royal Malaysian Navy examines the threats and challenges facing the Sabah-Sarawak region and discusses the long-term strategies to combat these threats.

Integrating Assets to Enhance Maritime Surveillance Awareness Capabilities in Sri Lanka

In this presentation Rear Admiral DMS Dissnayake RWP USP, Northern Area Commander, Sri Lanka Navy outlines the navy’s plans to enhanceit's capabilities to overcome non-traditional threats.

Maritime Security as a Joint Responsibility: Building Capabilities through Multilateral Interaction and Cooperation Between Royal Brunei Marine Police and Other Enforcement Agencies

In this presentation Supt.Matusin Hj Jumat, Commanding Officer, Marine Police, Royal Brunei Police Force explains the need to modernise Brunei’s Coast Guard’s aerial assets and identifies several suitable suppliers who could meet requirements.

Implementing the Bakorkamla Integrated Information System for Early Warning and Coast Guard Activities to Secure Indonesia's Sea Lanes

In this presentation by Lieutenant Colonel Maritime Arief Meidyanto, Head Sub-Division for System Operation and IT, Indonesia Maritime Security Coordinating Board (Bakorkamla) outlines the capabilities of Bakorkamla's Integrated Information System and procurement strategies for 2014 and beyond.

Enhancing Maritime Domain Awareness through Active Asset Integration and Procurement Plans: Insights from the Republic of Philippine Coast Guard

 This presentation by Commodore Aaron Reconquista, Commander, Coast Guard Air Group, Philippine Coast Guard describes the plans to improve maritime patrol capabilities in alignment with economic and security priority initiatives of the Government beyond 2014.

Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency’s Role in EEZ Protection, Coastal Surveillance and Maritime Policing

This presentation by First Adm. (M) HJ. Adon Bin HJ. Shalan, Southern Maritime Region Commander, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) describes MMEA's role, challenges, assets and the trajectory and procurement priorities for the MMEA in the next 5–10 years.