Coastal Surveillance Asia 2014
Learn how to better your EEZ security from the MMEA and more…
The opportunities for coastal and maritime security in South East Asia have never been better. Look at the massive budgets that APAC has reserved to enhance their coastal and maritime surveillance operations in this exclusive infographic! It proves that a tipping point has been reached in the region and governments are beginning to prioritize asset procurement to achieve MDA.
Territorial disputes as well as transnational threats make coastal surveillance a daunting task. Coupled with the fact that many Asian countries are still developing capabilities, it is no wonder that Asian navies, coast guards and air forces are facing challenges in securing their EEZs.
This exclusive infographic highlights:
• Budgets of key buying countries and procurement requirements of APAC countries
• The list of attendee to Coastal Surveillance 2014
15+ flag officers will present exclusive best practice case studies to help develop and better understand the requirements in maritime surveillance capabilities.
Meet MINDEF| Royal Cambodian Navy | Royal Malaysian Navy | Philippine Coast Guard | Royal Thai Air Force | European Union Naval Force | Hong Kong Marine Police | Bakorkamla | Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force | MMEA | Republic of Philippine Navy
For a full list of the attendees, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coastal Surveillance 2014 (12–13 November 2014 – Marina Bay Sands, Singapore) is the one-stop shop to network, discuss challenges and strategies with 200+ international delegates. APAC’s navies, coast guards and air forces have already confirmed their place. Confirm yours.