SINGPORE, August 15, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Over 250 senior naval, coast guards and industry stakeholders will be participating at the 10th Annual Global MDA: Coastal Surveillance 2013 forum (12-13 November, Singapore) to discuss the latest coastal surveillance developments, case studies and technologies.
Among the keynote speakers this year are Rear Admiral Cecil Chen, District Commander, National Capital Region Central Luzon, and Vice Commandant for Administration from the Philippines Coast Guard, First Admiral Dato�EUR Che Hassan bin Jusoh, Director for Enforcement and Exercise from the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, Commodore Alexander Lopez, Commander of Fleet Marine Ready Force from the Philippines Navy, Rear Admiral Bob Tarrant, Commander of Operation Atalanta from EU Naval Forces and Rear Admiral Cynthia M. Thebaud, Commander, Logistics Group, Western Pacific Command from the US Navy.
The forum will also cover presentations from the Royal Thai Navy, Vietnam Marine Police, Indonesian Navy, Bakorkamla and other key maritime organisations, with focus on inter-agency cooperation, and strategies to enhance security and surveillance capabilities to overcome traditional and non-traditional threats.
The annual Coastal Surveillance MDA forum is increasingly seen as the one-stop platform for Navies and Coast Guards to not only build multilateral relationships, but to also actively search and shop for solutions from leading technologists such as Aerodata AG, Damen Shipyards, Esri, GEM Elettronica, Harris Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries, Optimare, RUAG, Saab, SafeTrx, Swedish Space Corporation and more.
Co-located with the inaugural Maritime Search and Rescue Asia 2013 conference on 11 November at Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Coastal Surveillance MDA 2013 is Asia Pacific�EUR s premier maritime security and surveillance event.
For more details about the event agenda and attendee list, visit http://www.CoastalSurveillanceMDA.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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