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VIP SPEAKERS

Admiral James Foggo
Admiral James FoggoCommander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples, U.S. Naval Forces Europe, and U.S. Naval Forces Africa
U.S. Navy
Admiral Sunil Lanba (retd)
Admiral Sunil Lanba (retd)Former Chief of the Naval Staff
India Navy
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete Ibas
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete IbasChief of Naval Staff
Nigeria Navy
Major General Moundhey G Ali
Major General Moundhey G AliCommander, Special Forces
Nigeria Army
Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou
Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou Chief of Staff
Guinea Navy
Rear Admiral Momar Diagne
Rear Admiral Momar Diagne Chief of Naval Staff
Senegal Navy
Rear Admiral Narciso Fastudo Jr
Rear Admiral Narciso Fastudo JrDeputy Executive Director
Interregional Coordination Center, Angola Navy
Captain Kossi Mayo
Captain Kossi Mayo Chief of Staff
Togo Navy
Captain Pedro Santana
Captain Pedro Santana Commander of the Coast Guard
Cape Verde
Captain Albert Ezin Bado
Captain Albert Ezin BadoChief of Naval Staff
Benin Navy
Dr. Kamal-Deen Ali
Dr. Kamal-Deen AliExecutive Director
Centre for Maritime Law and Security Africa
Dr. Dakuku Peterside
Dr. Dakuku PetersideDirector General
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency
Victor Hamusa Kargbo
Victor Hamusa KargboActing Assistant Director of Fisheries
Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Sierra Leone
Captain F.M. Ahoyo
Captain F.M. AhoyoMaritime Prefect
Benin
Captain Emmanuel Kenfack
Captain Emmanuel KenfackCommander Surface Forces
Cameroon Navy
Captain Loulla Mabicka Sosthene
Captain Loulla Mabicka SostheneDirector
Centre for Maritime Security of Central Africa (CRESMAC)
Captain Fatou Jaiteh Baldeh
Captain Fatou Jaiteh Baldeh Executive Officer/ PA to CNS NHQ
Gambia Navy
Captain Philip J. Juana
Captain Philip J. Juana Deputy Commander
Sierra Leone Navy

“We are in partnership with Great Minds Events Management who are organizing for the first time the International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference in Accra Ghana from the 23rd -25th July 2019. At this conference we expect a congregation of large numbers of maritime stakeholders both local and international as well as chiefs of the navy’s sub- region and also from other international countries to come and discuss principle issues facing the maritime security of the Africa and in particular the Gulf of Guinea. At the conference we hope to be discussing and having a conversation about modern technical innovations and curbing the illegal unregulated, unreported fishing which is dominating our maritime domain. We hope to have a conversation on information sharing and capacity building. we will also talk about cyber and electronic warfare. We have the opportunity for participants and attendees to visit the stands and exhibitions put in place by major defense and maritime industry to showcase modern and advanced technology in maritime severance defense command and control and a whole lot of technology to be displayed during this conference.”

Rear Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy

“Globally in 21st century security architecture, no single Region, Nation or service is strong enough to check unfolding security threats singlehandedly, talk less of a region so blessed with natural resources such as oil and gas drawing diverse interests Globally yet, so porous like the Gulf of Guinea. The need for synergy amongst the region’s security agencies particularly amongst their military services therefore, needs no emphasis as it’s the only way forward if the desire to curb illegal activities within the Gulf is to be attained. Nation’s within the Gulf of Guinea, therefore, needs to focus on enhancing tri service capability for effective joint operations in the region as obtained in advanced Nations such as America, United Kingdom and China if the threats posed by illegal activities in the Gulf is to be nipped. This can be achieved through joint training within each Nation’s triservises and extending same to joint training, seminars, conferences and exercise as envisaged in the forthcoming International Maritime Defence Conference and Exhibition in Ghana.”

Major General Moundhey G Ali, Commander Special Forces, Nigeria Army

“The International Maritime Defense Exhibition and conference would provide a platform that brings together a diverse number of International maritime stakeholders from defense and security, industry and other interest groups with different perspectives to discuss threats affecting the maritime domain and proffer solutions using advanced technological innovations to counter them. Lasting solutions that addresses maritime insecurity would ensure socioeconomic prosperity and political stability. We are looking forward to seeing the latest technology in maritime security and strong resolutions and recommendations to surmount the daunting maritime challenges confronting the blue economy.”

Commodore Madani Senghore, Chief of Naval Staff, Gambia

“Being a meeting of professionals from the maritime and naval industries, the opportunity will be given to everyone to discuss the challenges and threats facing our maritime areas, find appropriate solutions to these challenges and threats and discover the new technologies allowing us to better fight against illicit activities at sea.

Of course, it will simply be an appointment to give, receive and discover new technological and scientific inventions in the field of defense and maritime safety.”

Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou, Commander, Guinea Navy

“What I am most looking forward to with the International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (IMDEC) is creating and deepening partnerships. The specific added value that the IMDEC will be bringing is the framework of international and regional cooperation at all levels either strategic, operational or between agencies. That cooperation is critical in facing current maritime issues in the Gulf of Guinea for solutions can only be found and implemented collectively.”

Rear Admiral Momar Diagne, Chief of Naval Staff, Senegal Navy

“What matters to us in the area of maritime safety is to maximize our maritime patrols, make them more affordable economically and in this case the technologies help to achieve this goal. These fairs are particularly important so that we can learn about the new technologies and the help they can offer us in maritime situational knowledge (MDA). The value of IMDEC, is the interesting merger that was carried out between the Ghanaian Navy’s birthday and the fair.”

Captain Pedro Santana, Commander, Cape Verde Coast Guard
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EVENT OVERVIEW

Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Ghanaian Navy, the inaugural International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference 2019 will feature the largest gathering of Africa’s maritime industry, as we host regional and international Chiefs of Naval Staff to celebrate this important milestone.

Piracy, illegal fishing, and armed robberies are some of the major issues threatening the Gulf of Guinea region. These threats not only disrupt regional stability but also hinder economic development. It is essential that international and intergovernmental actors continue to build upon joint capabilities to alter this progression. The inaugural International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference occurring 24-25 July 2019 at the Kempinski Gold Coast in Accra, Ghana will see the gathering of maritime stakeholders from around the globe discuss stabilizing economic advancement and security on the crucial Gulf of Guinea.

VIP SPEAKERS

Admiral James Foggo
Admiral James FoggoCommander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples, U.S. Naval Forces Europe, and U.S. Naval Forces Africa
U.S. Navy
Admiral Sunil Lanba
Admiral Sunil LanbaChief of the Naval Staff
India Navy
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete Ibas
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete IbasChief of Naval Staff
Nigeria Navy
Major General Moundhey G Ali
Major General Moundhey G AliCommander, Special Forces
Nigeria Army
Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou
Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou Chief of Staff
Guinea Navy
Rear Admiral Momar Diagne
Rear Admiral Momar Diagne Chief of Naval Staff
Senegal Navy
Rear Admiral Narciso Fastudo Jr
Rear Admiral Narciso Fastudo JrDeputy Executive Director
Interregional Coordination Center, Angola Navy
Captain Kossi Mayo
Captain Kossi Mayo Chief of Staff
Togo Navy
Captain Pedro Santana
Captain Pedro Santana Commander of the Coast Guard
Cape Verde
Captain Albert Ezin Bado
Captain Albert Ezin BadoChief of Naval Staff
Benin Navy
Dr. Kamal-Deen Ali
Dr. Kamal-Deen AliExecutive Director
Centre for Maritime Law and Security Africa
Dr. Dakuku Peterside
Dr. Dakuku PetersideDirector General
Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency
Victor Hamusa Kargbo
Victor Hamusa KargboActing Assistant Director of Fisheries
Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Sierra Leone
Captain F.M. Ahoyo
Captain F.M. AhoyoMaritime Prefect
Benin
Captain Emmanuel Kenfack
Captain Emmanuel KenfackCommander Surface Forces
Cameroon Navy
Captain Loulla Mabicka Sosthene
Captain Loulla Mabicka SostheneDirector
Centre for Maritime Security of Central Africa (CRESMAC)
Captain Fatou Jaiteh Baldeh
Captain Fatou Jaiteh Baldeh Executive Officer/ PA to CNS NHQ
Gambia Navy
Captain Philip J. Juana
Captain Philip J. Juana Deputy Commander
Sierra Leone Navy

We are in partnership with Great Minds Events Management who are organizing for the first time the International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference in Accra Ghana from the 23rd -25th July 2019. At this conference we expect a congregation of large numbers of maritime stakeholders both local and international as well as chiefs of the navy’s sub- region and also from other international countries to come and discuss principle issues facing the maritime security of the Africa and in particular the Gulf of Guinea. At the conference we hope to be discussing and having a conversation about modern technical innovations and curbing the illegal unregulated, unreported fishing which is dominating our maritime domain. We hope to have a conversation on information sharing and capacity building. we will also talk about cyber and electronic warfare. We have the opportunity for participants and attendees to visit the stands and exhibitions put in place by major defense and maritime industry to showcase modern and advanced technology in maritime severance defense command and control and a whole lot of technology to be displayed during this conference.

Rear Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy

Globally in 21st century security architecture, no single Region, Nation or service is strong enough to check unfolding security threats singlehandedly, talk less of a region so blessed with natural resources such as oil and gas drawing diverse interests Globally yet, so porous like the Gulf of Guinea. The need for synergy amongst the region’s security agencies particularly amongst their military services therefore, needs no emphasis as it’s the only way forward if the desire to curb illegal activities within the Gulf is to be attained. Nation’s within the Gulf of Guinea, therefore, needs to focus on enhancing tri service capability for effective joint operations in the region as obtained in advanced Nations such as America, United Kingdom and China if the threats posed by illegal activities in the Gulf is to be nipped. This can be achieved through joint training within each Nation’s triservises and extending same to joint training, seminars, conferences and exercise as envisaged in the forthcoming International Maritime Defence Conference and Exhibition in Ghana.

Major General Moundhey G Ali, Commander Special Forces, Nigeria Army

EVENT OVERVIEW

Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Ghanaian Navy, the inaugural International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference 2019 will feature the largest gathering of Africa’s maritime industry, as we host regional and international Chiefs of Naval Staff to celebrate this important milestone.

Piracy, illegal fishing, and armed robberies are some of the major issues threatening the Gulf of Guinea region. These threats not only disrupt regional stability but also hinder economic development. It is essential that international and intergovernmental actors continue to build upon joint capabilities to alter this progression. The inaugural International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference occurring 24-25 July 2019 at the Kempinski Gold Coast in Accra, Ghana will see the gathering of maritime stakeholders from around the globe discuss stabilizing economic advancement and security on the crucial Gulf of Guinea.

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TOP 5 REASONS TO ATTEND

Premier gathering of Africa’s maritime stakeholders

Fostering regional interagency collaboration to stabilize maritime security and economic development.

Witness an executive gathering of 15+ Chiefs of Naval staff addressing the regions key maritime requirements.

Providing a framework for facilitating joint-operations to boost naval capabilities and protecting regional waters.

Deepen strategic partnerships amongst International and Regional Navies to develop cooperative solutions.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

INDUSTRIES

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Navies

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Coast Guards

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Maritime Police

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Ministries of Interior

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Ministries of Defense

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Drug and Law Enforcement Agencies

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Ministries of Fisheries and Aquaculture

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Maritime Authorities including Port and Coastal authorities

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Director of Naval Operations

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Director General or Managing Director

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Director of Policy and Plans

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Director of Naval Logistics

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Chief of Naval Safety and Standard

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Director of Armament Supplies

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Director, Fisheries Enforcement Unit

AGENDA

08:00 Executive Breakfast: Breakfast designated for VIP attendees
09:00 Chairman Welcome:
Rear Admiral Peter Kofi Faidoo, Former Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy
09:10 Opening Ceremony
Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia
Hon. Dominic Aduna Bingab Nitiwul, Minister of Defence, Ghana
Lt. Gen. Obed Akwa, Chief of Defence Staff, Ghana Armed Forces
Rear Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy
Awards of Appreciation presented to VIP attendees; Ribbon cutting ceremony and VIP exhibition tour
10:00 Opening keynote speech: Ghana Navy – past, present and the future
Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy, Rear Admiral Seth Amoama
Maritime Forces: Joint Operations and strengthening interoperability
10:20 Exclusive CNS keynote panel discussion: Integrating transnational operations for enhanced maritime security

  • Revising existing concepts for joint operations to better handle the evolving maritime security challenges of the region
  • Incorporating the intelligence, expertise and domain awareness of regional forces to best protect the greater maritime and coastal environment
  • Creating an effective road map for the coordination of multi- nation operations to overcome regional security issues

Moderator:
Rear Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy

Panellists:
Captain Pedro Santana, Commander of the Coast Guard, Cape Verde
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete Ibas, Chief of Naval Staff, Nigeria Navy

11:00 Key technology innovations to increase interoperability within the maritime sector

  • Identifying proficiency gaps in existing systems and the key technologies required to optimize resource efficiency
  • Leveraging advanced technology to enhance and complement existing assets and systems
  • Enhancing operational and coalition success through tailored solutions for the region’s maritime forces
11:30 Networking Break
12:00 CNS Insights (Nigeria)
Highlighting achievements and capabilities of Nigeria’s naval programs as well as the their projections for advancing information sharing and overcoming criminality at sea.
Vice Admiral Ibok Ete Ibas, Chief of Naval Staff, Nigeria Navy
Combatting illegal activities at sea
12:40 Increasing aerial surveillance and monitoring capabilities beyond territorial waters

  • Increased application of maritime air surveillance and satellite imagery through aircrafts and autonomous systems
  • Integrating these systems within command and control frameworks to best secure open seas and circumvent illicit activity
  • Leveraging collected data to empower real time combat readiness to better protect commercial vessels and employ limited security resources
13:10 Executive Panel Discussion: Counter piracy operations within the Gulf of Guinea

  • Using a cooperative approach to better understand the methods for dealing with piracy threats offensively and proactively
  • Developing the long- and short-term capacity building initiatives to better control regional waters
  • Identifying the immediate requirements of the regional navies, coast guards and law enforcement in securing the seas

Moderator:
Dr. Kamal-Deen Ali, Executive Director, Centre for Maritime Law and Security Africa

13:50 Networking Lunch
14:50 Curbing illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing

  • Effectively sanctioning dedicated entities, such as Fisheries Enforcement Unit in Ghana, with the right resources to monitor and police IUU
  • Identifying the programs necessary to support local fisheries while blocking foreign vessels from industrial trawling
  • Strengthening inter-ministerial efforts in combatting IUU

Moderator:
Senior official, Fisheries Enforcement Unit, Ghana

Panellists:
Victor Hamusa Kargbo, Acting Assistant Director of Fisheries, Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Sierra Leone

15:20 CNS Insights (Senegal)
Uncovering the methods used by Senegal’s maritime forces to monitor and patrol territorial waters as well as defining their commitment to ongoing counter-piracy operations within the GoG
Rear Admiral Momar Diagne, Chief of Naval Staff, Senegal Navy
15:50 CNS Insights (Guinea)
Observing Guineas efforts to protect the nations offshore oil and gas assets as well as to cooperative anti-piracy operations within the region
Rear Admiral Koi Alexis Maomou, Chief of Staff, Guinea Navy
16:20 Cyber security and electronic warfare in a marine context

  • Upgrading maritime sensor capabilities to detect and prevent against increasingly volatile EW threats
  • Limiting exposure to malicious cyber threats against the advanced data networks of maritime command and control systems
  • Incorporating cyber security risk management into existing vessel security assessments

Reserved: Senior representative, Ghana

16:50 Chairman closing remarks
Rear Admiral Peter Kofi Faidoo, Former Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy
17:00 – 19:00 Closing Reception
08:50 Chairman opening remarks
Rear Admiral Geoffrey Mawuli Biekro, Former Chief of Naval Staff, Ghana Navy
Interagency approaches to secure critical infrastructure
09:00 Executive Panel Discussion: Coordination between navies, coastal guards, law enforcement and the oil sector

  • Increasing the monitoring of critical infrastructure and national resources through collaboration of oil and gas companies, emergency responders and law enforcement bodies
  • Implementing targeted task forces such as operation Ex Toru-Gbown in Nigeria to jointly and forcefully interdict crude oil theft
  • Combining resources (such as vessels, fast interceptor crafts and trained local personnel) to better combat militants
09:40 Optimizing secure communications and transnational, tactical networks

  • Overcoming challenges in interoperability and organizational overlap
  • Implementing secure and seamless multi-national communications across maritime networks to enhance operational efficiency
  • Utilizing onshore and offshore communication networks to efficiently monitor seas and coasts
Governance and regulatory aspects to secure territorial waters
10:10 Executive Panel Discussion: Integrated maritime strategies

  • African Union- Protecting and conserving Africa’s “Blue Economy”
  • ECOWAS and ECCAS- A framework for regional collaboration against maritime crimes
  • ICC- 2019 update on the regional strategy on safety and security with the regions maritime space

Panellists:
Rear Admiral Narciso Fastudo Jr Deputy Executive Director Interregional Coordination Center, Angola Navy Captain Djorwe Koskreo, Head of Naval Component, ECCAS Regional Armed Forces

10:50 CNS Insights (Togo)
UWitnessing Togo navy’s drive to enhance international collaboration to improve regional maritime security and partnerships
Captain Kossi Mayo, Chief of Staff, Togo Navy
11:30 Networking Break
12:00 Enhancing port security and handling capacity with adherence to ISPS standards

  • Applying renewed maritime security measures to ensure safe operations at the ports
  • Upskilling port security personnel to handle incoming traffic at ports as well as efficiently and swiftly managing anchorage areas
  • Identifying the latest trends within access control technology while focusing on the systems most beneficial for West Africa and the continent
12:30 Collective maritime administration and partnership

  • Increasing regulations and management related to shipping, maritime labor and coastal waters of a nation
  • Strengthening maritime administrations across Africa within cooperative frameworks
  • Benchmarking existing partnerships between maritime forces and administration bodies to outline the necessity of collaboration

Dr. Dakuku Peterside, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency

13:00 Private security and armored guards: Securing ships and cargo

  • Contracting security personnel on board private vessels for secure transport
  • Observing and adhering to local law surrounding ship guards to safely guard the ship
  • Understanding the distinct duties between ship captain and ship guards during incidents
Naval Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul
13:30 Executive Panel Discussions: Maintaining and enhancing vessels at high operational readiness

  • Enhancing communication between Navies, Coast Guards, shipbuilders and manufacturers to design the best suited vessels
  • Meeting all expectations to ensure fleets are in the optimum condition to achieve their mission
  • Efficiently identifying when new parts and upgrades are needed through closely monitored supply-chains
14:00 Identifying the best partners for MRO facilities

  • Determining the requirements for current and future equipment and the capabilities of local personnel
  • Expanding the capacity of MRO facilities to meet future standards
  • Working with international and regional shipbuilders and certifiers to improve fleet optimization
14:30 Closing Ceremony
Lieutenant General Obed Boamah Akwa, Chief of Defense Staff, Ghana Armed Forces
Networking Lunch

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We are looking for marine defense contractors, coastal security solutions and shipbuilders that can contribute to the overall maritime security requirements of West Africa. If you believe you have what we are looking for, please contact us at partnerships@gmevents.ae

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CONTACT THE GHANA NAVY

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Assistant Naval Secretary (Special Projects), Ghana Navy
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EXCLUSIVE SITE VISIT TO SEKONDI NAVAL BASE

On Tuesday, 23 July 2019 Select delegates will be airlifted from Accra to Sekondi port by the Ghana Air Force for an exclusive site visit of the Sekondi Naval Base. The tour will consist of an in-depth walk through of the naval dockyard and base as well as a private sea tour to further display the advanced capabilities of Ghana’s Naval fleet.

Interested in participating, please contact partnership@gmevents.ae

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A proudly African company operating globally, it works with more than 30 governments around the world supplying solutions for air forces, navies, land forces, police forces and internal security institutions.

Its capabilities include world-leading naval technologies and shipyards which manufactures a wide range of naval vessels; a land force business which produces the most advanced armoured vehicles in the world; a military aerospace business with supersonic fighter jet capability; unmanned aerial systems, and optronics solutions.


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MILKOR is a South African defence company established in 1981. MILKOR is a global supplier of various defence capabilities including Air, Land, Sea, Cyber and Weapons. All MILKOR’s products are designed, developed and manufactured inhouse. MILKOR’s Naval capabilities include the 12-meter MN Centurion high speed interceptor vessel which is available in both manned and unmanned configurations. Efficiency, comfort, and tactical relevance influenced the development of the MN Centurion, which uses a unique hydrofoil assisted design, shock mitigated cabin, low radar signature, various ballistic protection options, weapons and surveillance equipment to offer a world class solution for offshore surveillance and protection.

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Zodiac Milpro is the global leader in the manufacture of military and professional RIBs and inflatable boats. Zodiac Milpro has more than 20,000 boats in daily use by over 80 military forces across the globe. Zodiac Milpro’s global network of trained specialists and approved service sites present in most parts of the world stand ready to give assistance and support to our products and customers.

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Saab has around 16,000 employees. Annual sales amount to around SEK 31 billion, of which we re-invest about 23 per cent in research and development.

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GULHAN has been specialized in providing services for design and construction of complex commercial vessels and naval ships including the integration of weapon combat systems. GULHAN has a proven capability as a ‘world class’ design, engineering, fabrication and building with its shipbuilding facilities, and experienced workforce which complies with ISO 9001-2015, OHSAS 18001:2007.GULHAN has built and delivered several commercial and naval vessels up until now.

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Security is in a constant state of flux. Its shape & form keeps changing to keep pace with evolving risks. That’s where, International Golden Group (IGG) steps up. IGG is the preferred choice for defense and security supplies to the UAE Armed Forces, Ministry of Interior and other authorities within the defense and security sectors since its inception in 2002. The Company’s mission is also to continually expand into the role of being the primary supplier of high-end defense and security solutions to the region at large.

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VLATACOM INSTITUTE is a professional partner for government security in the following technical fields: secure information and communication technology, border control and surveillance, applied mathematics and electronics with cryptography features, safe city technologies, and intelligent signal processing. For the past two decades Vlatacom is among the leading Serbian manufacturers and system integrators in these fields recognized world-wide.

Vlatacom's  Over the Horizon Radar (vOTHR) system is used for the coverage of the entire Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) – up to 200 nautical miles from the shore. This protection far exceeds the reach of microwave radars and camera systems which require line of sight of the target. The system operates continuously, which provides an exceptional area of coverage with no blind zones.

Vard Marine Inc. is a consulting naval architecture and marine engineering company established in July 1983, and is today a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vard Group AS in Norway.
Our impressive clientele includes shipbuilders, ship owners, ship operators and government agencies world-wide. The services we provide include all aspects of ship design and production technology; total equipment and service packages; transportation, economic and technical feasibility studies; research investigations; model tests and full scale trials.

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Boomeranger Boats Ltd., a specialist in Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIB), builds marine craft to the most impeccable standards. Founded in 1991, the company was acquired by International Golden Group in 2015. Boomeranger designs and manufactures advanced composite and marine aluminium Special Operations, Cabin Patrol, Fast Rescue and Work Boats ranging from 5 to 15 meters in a purpose-built factory in Loviisa, Finland.

Twiga, a South African based company, continues to successfully supply bespoke acquisition projects for defence, security, counter smuggling and humanitarian aid clients.
Twiga’s Nyoka 4x4 armoured vehicle and Rugged Military Patrol ranges can be manufactured in the client’s country under a transfer of technology programme.
Nyoka 4x4 armoured vehicles and the Rugged Military Patrol boats are in service in Africa operated and maintained by the client.
The services Twiga provides range from technical training programmes to project and manufacturing management with the focus on meeting the requirements of the End User within agreed budget parameters.
The key driver underpinning all of the programmes Twiga supplies is to use the client’s acquisition programme to further develop indigenous capabilities for operating, maintaining and manufacturing.

International, MaritimeFounded in 1987, OCEA is specialized in the design, building, marketing and support of aluminiumvessels up to 85 meters. Relying on 4 production sites in metropolitan France and 1 maintenance site in Guadeloupe, OCEA delivers annually 15 to 25 vessels such as monohulls, catamarans or trimarans. OCEA design and build port facilities and complex elements.
95% of OCEA’s turnover is based on the export market.
Thanks to a mastered strategy of innovation and supported by an internal design office and projects management organization, OCEA delivers competitive solutions to customers in the following fields:

More than 34 years of successful US-German cooperation for Naval Missile Defence

Focusing on Systems Technology for Naval Missile Defence and Program Management in international cooperation, RAMSYS supports the navies of Germany and other nations to protect its fleets.

RAM-System GmbH was founded in 1985 in order to manage the German industrial part of the German-US Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) program. RAMSYS is with its US partner Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) jointly responsible for development, production, system improvements, logistic services and worldwide marketing and sales of the RAM ship self-defence weapon system.

RAM has been in production since 1989, is now operational on more than 140 ships of the navies of Germany, USA, Greece, South Korea, UAE, Egypt and since 2011 already in Turkey. In total 240 systems and more than 5500 missiles have been delivered or are under procurement by end of 2018.

International, Maritime

Headquartered outside Washington, D.C., Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES) is the global leader in broadband satellite technology and services. Its flagship high-speed satellite Internet service is HughesNet®, with over 1.3 million customers across the Americas. For large enterprises and governments, the company’s HughesON™ managed network services provide complete connectivity solutions employing an optimized mix of satellite and terrestrial technologies. The JUPITER™ System, the world’s most widely deployed High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) platform, operates on 20+ satellites globally, delivering broadband enterprise, mobility and cellular backhaul applications. Hughes has shipped more than 7 million terminals of all types to customers in 100+ countries, representing approximately 50 percent market share, and its technology powers broadband services to aircraft around the world.

Hughes operates sales and support offices worldwide and is a subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation (NASDAQ: SATS). For additional information, please visit www.hughes.com and follow @HughesConnects on Twitter.

International, MaritimeMetOcean Telematics specializes in satellite technology, including satellite phones and other Iridium hardware, satellite airtime plans, scientific instruments, and defence and security products. MetOcean Telematics is a renowned Value-Added Reseller (VAR) of Iridium® satellite products.

MARSUN PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED
Marsun Public Co., Ltd. has continuously earned a reputation as a quality shipbuilder. For the past 39 years, we have built more than 310 highly reliable and quality vessel which include Riverine Patrol Boat, Interceptor, Fast Assault Boat, Patrol Gun Boat, Landing Craft, Work Boat, Tug Boat, Crew Boat, and USV. The company proudly presents her perfect 100 percent on-time delivery record. Our vessels must achieve all performance's requirements in pre-delivery test and trial period to assure customer's satisfaction.

Yonca-Onuk is a Joint Venture founded in 1986 and has developed as a leader shipyard in advanced composite technologies of the Turkish shipbuilding industry.

Located in Tuzla-İstanbul, has 12.500m2 covered area and air-conditioned composite production shops to build Yonca-Onuk MRTP boats in advanced composites.

The core activity of Yonca-Onuk JV is building high-speed Fast Intervention Craft, Special Operations Craft, Fast Attack/ Patrol Craft and Fast Patrol Boats in different weapon and combat management system up to 50m in length and 500 tons’ displacement in advanced composites.

The shipyard has been certified by the Turkish Ministry of National Defense with Facility Clearance Certificate and also ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Certificate, ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System Certificate and OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System Certificate.

With over 180 skilled employees, more than 150 state-of-the-art commercial and naval craft has been designed, built and delivered to 11 different organizations and 9 different countries.

Maritime Sky Platform is the media provider with deep local understanding and adoption of best international practices and its expertise.
With hands-on experience in planning and executing complex marketing and communication campaigns, we develop and cover every important aspect and field of local and international Maritime Events, Conferences, Corporate & Government Projects.
Gathering marine under one media platform that talks about solid and sustainable development, we provide “Premier Regional Portal” - area of exclusivity and innovative specialized media programs that modernize the entire industry and allow you to meet the World of Maritime from different perspectives.

Africa.com is the leading digital media company providing business, political, cultural, lifestyle and travel information related to the continent. https://www.africa.com

Freightbook Freightbook is a fast growing online database containing profiles of 2000+ freight forwarders in 130+ countries. The unique profile pages and new rating system provide a good insight into each registered company which raises confidence and increases business. Freightbook also provides a useful Smartphone Service where forwarders and suppliers to the freight industry can be found quickly on mobile devices. https://www.freightbook.net/
Revista de Marinha is the seniorest and most regular maritime magazine published in Portugal. Founded in January 1937, it is one of the few maritime magazines published in Portuguese language.
Revista de Marinha has six annual editions, all including articles from renown opinion makers of the maritime world, thus making the magazine a very reliable and valuable publication.With a 3.200 print each, the different editions title on a main maritime subject: Jan-Feb “Navy”, Mar-Apr “Fisheries”, Mai-Jun “Yachting and diving”, Jul-Aug “Merchant marine”, Sep-Oct “SciTech & Environment” and Nov-Dec “Ports”.
Every two months, the magazine is posted to 2.000 subscribers, including universities, port authorities, brokers, shipping companies, yards, the Portuguese Navy and Maritime Authorities.
Additionally Revista de Marinha is on the internet, as well as on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, among other social networks. Our internet readers are 60% Portuguese, 20% French, 12% Brazilians, 2% North-Americans and 2% Angolans.
Revista de Marinha is a title property of Editora Náutica Nacional, a portuguese editor of maritime titles.
Editora Náutica Nacional
Av. Elias Garcia, nº20, 4dto
1000-149 Lisboa
Portugal
https://revistademarinha.com
redacao@revistademarinha.com
Gulf Fire Magazine is the only quarterly journal specific to the Middle East Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make Gulf Fire Magazine the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals. https://gulffire.mdmpublishing.com/
Unmanned Systems Technology (UST) is dedicated to technology and innovation within unmanned systems. Our website and weekly e-newsletter provide up-to-the-minute information about technological developments in this sector – both military and commercial – to a global audience, with over 38,000 visitors from over 200 countries every month. Our comprehensive supplier profiles showcase products, services and capabilities in the unmanned land, sea and air vehicle industry unmannedsystemstechnology.com
Information and Analytical Agency PortNews (IAA PortNews http://en.portnews.ru ) is the leading provider of maritime news in Russia covering both domestic and international markets. On-line news and analytical materials related to port services, sea and river transport, shipping and shipbuilding placed at the agency’s portal are available on open access. The audience of the portal’s Russian and English pages numbers about 8,000 regular readers. Our readership covers the territory from the North-West to the Far East of Russia as well as 60 countries worldwide. http://en.portnews.ru/events

Universal Freight Organisation Established in 2000, Universal Freight Organisation (UFO) is a friendly and professional ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 organisation with representation in over 100 countries and is one of the only remaining exclusive freight networks in the world. https://www.ufofreight.com/

AFRICAN SECURITY is an international tri-service bimonthly defence magazine, published by DBDC International Defence Publications & Events, covering security, defence and defence industrial issues in the African Continent as well as to provide a forum of reliable technical information for the fast-developing and expanding security, defence and defence industrial activities in Africa.
AFRICAN SECURITY is the media information server for the decision-making mechanisms of the African nations procurement circles in a multitude of areas, both military and industrial and serves regional and international industry experts through detailing and reporting on international activities in the security, defence and aerospace fields and projecting these into the requirements of the African Nations Armed and Security Forces and the African nations goal of creating a defence industrial capability in advanced technologies. https://www.dbdcgroup.com/
SourceSecurity.com is the world's leading security industry publication, with an audience of over 180,000 visits monthly. Securityinformed.com is specifically dedicated to the US and Americas security market. In addition to its unique and unrivalled comparative database of security products comprising over 18,000 products, including CCTV cameras, IP cameras, access control systems, intruder alarms and integrated security systems, content includes news & analysis, latest applications, and a directory of security companies and events. The site also features in-depth coverage of products and applications in vertical markets such as airport & ports, retail and industrial & commercial security. Dedicated areas for IP security and biometric security recognize the emergence and growth of these technologies, while experts from the industry contribute their valuable insights on business and technology trends. With its depth and breadth of content, SourceSecurity.com is the definitive resource for the security industry.
IFP Magazine is the only international journal dedicated to fire safety, prevention and protection covering every aspect of the passive and active fire protection market. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focusing on the latest technology and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the world. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make IFP the first choice read for fire safety professionals. https://ifpmag.mdmpublishing.com/
HSRC provides premium off-the-shelf market reports on present and emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling global clients to gain time-critical insight into business opportunities. All reports include in-depth information and analysis of emerging markets, technologies, and industries broken down by geography, market, vertical, technology, product, and revenue stream. Our reports support Homeland Security & Public Safety communities worldwide in their strategic decision-making process, providing up-to-date market knowledge, analysis, and insights.

HSRC offers customized research services geared towards providing our clients with clear, actionable recommendations designed to empower decision-making and to help exploit emerging opportunities in the market. The customized research services provide a deep analysis of specific markets and eco-systems, target geographies, strategic segments and verticals, competitor analysis and technological benchmarks. The custom research services are provided as an ad hoc assignment or as an ongoing service. homelandsecurityresearch.com

The international business magazine JURA MOPE SEA published in English, Chinese, Russian, and Lithuanian languages, is well known in the international market and to the transport, logistics specialists, leaders of transport business and politicians of the Eurasian region since 1999.

The magazine is published 6 times per year with the circulation of 4-10 thousand paper copies.

Each issue is distributed in several international transport and logistics events in Europe and Asia, Airports in Lithuania, DFDS Seaways ferries and in other places. All the publications of the magazine can be found on the website www.jura.lt and on the website www.coscc.ebizchina.net

Readers of the magazine are the leaders and managers of transport business, politicians, diplomats, scientists, students, analysts of maritime and transport business in more than 150 countries worldwide.

JŪRA MOPE SEA is published by the private company Juru Informacijos Centras (The Center of Marine Information Ltd) http://www.jura.lt/

GeoConnexion International and GeoConnexion UK bring you the latest news and stories plus reports from geotechnology industries in UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America and Asia.
Coverage of topics such as 3D Visualisation, Remote Sensing, LiDAR, Cloud, Mobile Mapping, Navigation with emphases on healthcare, public safety, retail, the environment, utilities, surveying, LBS, transport/ logistics, telecommunications and more.
View the magazines: http://www.geoconnexion.com/publications/
Subscribe to GeoConnexion magazines: http://www.geoconnexion.com/membership/
Sign Up for free GeoConnexion Newsletter: http://www.geoconnexion.com


Project Cargo Network Project Cargo Network (PCN) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified organisation established to provide a networking platform for the world’s top heavy lift and project cargo specialists. Members work for many sectors including oil and gas, pulp and paper, automotive, construction, power and energy, as well as aid cargo. The fast-growing organisation comprises of 230+ specialists in 100+ countries. https://www.projectcargonetwork.com/

Defence Industries is essentially a B2B online business and media platform that has under it wraps the largest global database of defence buyers and suppliers. Defence-industries.com covers in-depth trends that shape industry dynamics and metamorphose global economics.
Defence-industries.com covers in-depth trends that shape industry dynamics and metamorphose global economics. With services like search engine optimization, global magazine, social media marketing, product video showcase, e-mail marketing, e-newsletter sponsorship, banner advertising, event marketing and micro-website within our platform, www.defence-industries.com has created a recognition that spans over a global audience, thereby revolutionizing how businesses transact.
Worldoils is a company that combines the power of marketing as well as the in-house expertise for the Oil, Gas, Offshore and the Maritime industries.Worldoils' web portal www.worldoils.com has become a truly central platform for visitors who need information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, training, conferences, news and events as well as a popular advertising base for providers of Oil, Gas, Marine and Offshore services. Worldoils has also launched the jobs system and a marketplace. In the recent months, Worldoils has strengthened its position as a fast developing central place for buying and selling of land rigs, offshore rigs, barge rigs and other oilfield and subsea equipment.
Security Middle East print magazine, website, Interactive magazine and direct email service provides the most successfully integrated media platform in the Middle East region. This bi-monthly magazine is the leading publication for security and safety across the GCC and Middle East with a circulation of 14,000 and wider readership of over 42,000 installers, integrators, suppliers and buyers. The web site is ranked No1 on most major search engines like Google and receives over 28,000 hits per month, providing a one stop shop for news and products for installers and buyers in the region. Couple this with our new Interactive magazine you can demonstrate your products to a key target market like never before.
For more information about Security Middle East magazine, Website and range of online services please visit- http://securitymiddleeastmag.com/ Contact mike@securitymiddleeastonline.com Tel: +44 (0) 1752 267 330

Follow us on twitter @SMEMAG Linked IN @ Security Middle East Magazine

Connecting security and technology professionals to the latest events, education and technology across a global security domain. https://www.mysecuritymarketplace.com/
Defence and Security Alert (DSA) is a premier world-class, new wave monthly magazine which features paradigm changing in-depth analyses on defence, security, safety and surveillance and world affairs. DSA covers the entire spectrum of ‘defence’, ‘security’ and world affairs issues highlighting the developing scenarios impacting Indian and global strategic concerns. Insightful and thought-provoking content of DSA commands serious reading by decision and policy makers at highest echelons in the government and corporate world. DSA is the only ISO 9001:2015 certified Indian magazine in this genre and proudly features on prestigious positions on the Intranet of Indian Air Force (IAF). http://www.dsalert.org/

Unmanned Systems Technology.com (UST) is dedicated to technology and innovation within unmanned systems. Our website and weekly e-newsletter provide up-to-the-minute information about technological developments in this sector – both military and commercial – to a global audience, with over 80,000 visitors from over 200 countries every month. Our comprehensive supplier profiles showcase products, services and capabilities in the unmanned land, sea and air vehicle industry.
https://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/


Cargo Connections Cargo Connections was formed in 2014 and offers Restricted Representation so membership is only offered to a limited number of freight forwarders who offer air, sea and road freight services per country. With a cutting-edge website, Cargo Connections offers innovative membership benefits including a useful Smartphone Service. http://www.cargoconnections.net/

Company Products and Services:
- Consulting services to promote defense products in the domestic and global markets (comprehensive advertising and information support, targeted search for foreign-country partners and preliminary consulting, representation of foreign-country customers in Ukraine and Ukrainian customers in a number of foreign countries, organization of subject-specific events);
- Subject-specific information products:

  • Defense Express Ukraine-language monthly journal (distributed by subscription);
  • Ukrainian Defense Review English-language quarterly journal (the only information product that is intended specifically to introduce Ukrainian arms suppliers to international events on military technology);
  • “Ukrainian Technology: Ukrainian Private-Sector Defense Industries” annual specialized Directory;
  • Online Information Portal Defence-UA.com provides Ukrainian and English-language news and articles on subject-specific matters;
  • Analytical reports and expert assessments;
  • Subject-specific information products (handbooks, books and reviews).

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HOMELAND SECURITY is the publishing house that produces specialist journals:
Homeland Security, Global Security, Public Security – Helping Hands,
Science^2 – Safety and Security. They focus on international political, scientific, technical and additional up-to-date challenges arising from the sectors of safety and security, civil protection, disaster assistance and security research. The editorial team is located all over the world: https://www.homeland-sec.de/en/
“FAM - FUERZAS MILITARES DEL MUNDO” (World Military Forces) is a military international magazine in Spanish.
Nowadays, FAM is the leading defense and security publication in Spain, Portugal and all Latin America + USA.
FAM - Fuerzas Militares del Mundo is distributed in many Spanish and Portuguese language countries with more than 15.000 copies. Our magazine is present in the main defense and aeronautics international fairs like Farnborough, Eurosatory, FIDAE, DSA, Paris International Airshow, DSEI, etc http://www.fuerzasmilitares.com/
A dedicated media provider for security and technology professionals, as well as end-users across multiple channels. Stay updated by downloading the MySecurity Media app now! https://mysecuritymedia.com/
ARMS JOURNAL (AJ), is an International Defence Industry magazine, which is an excellent platform for the fast developing and expanding defence industrial activities, arms capabilities and military technologies in regions around the world.

The readership profile consists of Military officials, Defence analysts, Diplomats, Public & Private sector defence production enterprises, think tanks, academia, executives in the trade, logistics and engineering sectors.

The contents in the Journal are published under the supervision of a senior editorial board, representing intellects and professionals in the field of defence sector, current affairs and academia.

The Arms Journal reaches its readers through subscription, complementary copies and on digital platforms.
http://armsjournal.com/index.php/about/