Enhancing Maritime Security through Inter-Agency Cooperation and Technological Capabilities

In December 2015, 250+ delegates from Navies, Coast Guards, Air Forces, Armies, Police Forces, government organizations and the defense industry joined together in Kuala Lumpur to brainstorm and discuss the biggest challenges and strategies for maritime security and coastal surveillance in the APAC region.

 

34

Industry Expert Speakers

 

4

Chiefs of Navy/ Coast Guard

 

15+

Flag Officers Present

Highlights from Kuala Lumpur

Watch this short video to get a feel of the onsite experience at 12th Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance conference in 2015. We'll be back in Kuala Lumpur again next November so be sure to register early to be part of our 2016 fabourite moments!

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM MARITIME SECURITY AND COASAL SURVEILLANCE 2016

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

The conference opened with the opening keynote presentation from Admiral Dato’ Seri Ahmad Kamarulzaman Haji Ahmad Badaruddin, Chief Of Navy, Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN), who stressed the importance of inter-agency cooperation and collaboration to enhance overall maritime security for the region.

Meet With and Compare Dozens of Leading-Edge Solution Providers

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

The second keynote presentation was from Admiral Dato’Ahmad Puzi bin AB Kahar, Director General of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), whose presentation highlighted the strategies and opportunities for MMEA in 2015 and beyond in enhancing maritime security.

Forge New Connections and Benchmark Against Peers

TWO DEDICATED STREAMS

Delegates were offered the opportunity to enter sessions that focused exclusively on their area of expertise—Stream A discussed naval procurement, technologies, capabilities and requirement to enhance maritime security operations while Stream B analyzed the strategies and frameworks for inter-agency cooperation across Asia.


New This Year! IT Modernization Track

COCKTAIL RECEPTION

Hosted by IQPC, the reception provided delegates the opportunity to network and kick back after a long day of discussions and debate.

New This Year! ITFM Boot Camp

EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION

Exclusive presentation on critical infrastructure protection from an oil company’s perspective, where Baharudin Ismail, Head of Maritime Security, Group Security Division at Petronas provided a compelling case study.

Take Advantage of Our Group Discounts and Bring the Whole Team

CASE STUDY

The conference ended with an international case study from Captain Henri Levet, Commander South Indian Ocean Maritime Zone, French Navy, as he provided an update on securing sea approaches and coastal surveillance.

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Key Topics in 2015 Included:

Coastal Surveillance

Coastal Surveillance

Maritime Security

Maritime Security

(counter-piracy operations, maritime terrorism)
Humanitarian Assistance

Humanitarian Assistance

(search and rescue, disaster relief)
Maritime Domain Awareness

Maritime Domain Awareness

EEZ Protection

EEZ Protection

Naval Firepower

Naval Firepower

Naval Procurement & Assets

Naval Procurement & Assets

Thank you to the following sponsors who were onsite to help with your biggest defense priorities.

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With the Official Support of the Royal Malaysian Navy

With the Official Support of the Royal Malaysian Navy