10th Annual Coastal Surveillance MDA 2013
The 10th Annual Coastal Surveillance MDA 2013 conference on the 12th & 13th November in Singapore includes more than 200 top experts, military and coast guard personnel.
Maritime security professionals are gathered to discuss how to counter coastal surveillance as well as other pressing maritime security threats. The conference programme is designed by a distinguished panel of senior defence and government officials, maritime security experts and industry professionals.
The 10th Annual Coastal Surveillance MDA 2013 will focus on key issues and themes in maritime security and coastal surveillance this year, including:
Enhancing inter-agency cooperation and international collaboration: How do you integrate multiple sources of data? How do you effectively coordinate with other agencies on transnational issues? What are some of the best practices in inter-agency cooperation?
Enhancing surveillance and operations to combat against traditional maritime threats: Updates on counter-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden, Straits of Malacca and the Eastern Sabah Coast
Best practices and enhanced surveillance to mitigate increasingly common non-traditional threats: Dealing with illegal immigration, EEZ protection, armed robbery, smuggling activities and more
Latest surveillance technologies from land, air and sea perspectives: Hear how the latest technologies and solutions can enable you to detect small, fast craft, the latest advancements in space-based surveillance and more.
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