Offshore Patrol and Security Asia Pacific is an international conference and exhibition dedicated to the maritime security marketplace. The conference attracts an international array of delegates from navies, coast guards, maritime police and civilian authorities. The exhibition operates alongside the conference and acts as a customer centric platform to showcase the latest developments in technology and capabilities. Offshore Patrol and Security Asia Pacific is an ideal way to network with industry peers and is held each year at the Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Why attend Offshore Patrol and Security Asia Pacific 2013
OPS Asia Pacific 2013 is a conference and exhibition dedicated to the OPV and maritime security sector in Asia and the Pacific Rim. With more than two thirds of the world's OPVs in Asia and a growing set of threats to maritime security in the region, the event is ideally placed to tackle these issues and to highlight the latest developments in technology. Held at the Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, OPS Asia Pacific will give welcome worldwide delegations and include presentations on the most relevant and up to date topics. Chaired by Rear Admiral Chris Parry, the conference will be an incredible platform for both military and industry involved in these areas.
Why should you attend OPS Asia Pacific 2013?
- OPS Asia Pacific 2013 is a fantastic community gathering for all those involved in the maritime security arena.
- Hear from over 20 world class speakers all of whom are key decision makers and thought leaders within their organisations
- With representation from over 30 countries you will be able to meet the largest possible cross section of attendees all of whom have their own unique experiences and priorities
- An impressive number of industry organisations displaying their unique market offerings, OPS Asia Pacific 2013 really will have the very latest technologies and solutions on offer
- With dedicated time for networking, OPS Asia Pacific 2013 provides the perfect format to only meet with other attendees and discuss the issues that matter to you.
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
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- Admiral Maritime Datuk Mohd Amdan Bin Kurish, Director General, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)
- Admiral Marsetio, Chief of Staff, Indonesian Navy
- Rear Admiral Chris Parry, Former Director General – Development, Concepts & Doctrine, UK MoD
- Rear Admiral Cynthia M. Thebaud, Commander, N00, Logistics Group Western Pacific, US Navy
- Captain Takahashi, National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS)
- Captain Maritime Hamid Bin Hj Mohd Amin, Director of C3 Branch,Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)
- Commander Angel Viliran, Philippines Coast Guard
- Neale Turner, Liaison Officer (First Secretary), Australian Customs and Border Protection Service
- Seshadri Vasan, Head Strategy and Security Studies, Center for Asia Studies
- Ben Coles, Business Development, Asia-Pacific, OSI Maritime Systems
- Dr. Hui-Yi Katherine Tseng, Research, East Asian Institute, National University Singapore