Indo Defence 2016 Tri-Services Forum: Achieving Comprehensive Maritime Surveillance and Security through Technology Innovation and Partnerships
As part of the Indo Defence Expo and Forum from 2-5 November, IQPC is pleased to partner with the Indonesian Ministry of Defence and PT Napindo and hosting the Indo Defence 2016 Tri-Services Forum.
With the theme of Achieving Comprehensive Maritime Surveillance and Security through Technology Innovation and Partnerships, the Forum will feature presentations from the Indonesian Ministry of Defence, Tri-Services Chiefs and senior international military and government stakeholders.
In addition, the Forum will be a great platform for both international and local industry players to discuss strategic partnerships and technological innovations, alongside key decision makers. Do not miss the opportunity for you to learn, obtain critical market intelligence, and network with the biggest spending country in Southeast Asia as well as senior officials from the rest of the region.
Lastly, network and rub shoulders with the foreign official delegation VIP groups who will also be attending the Indo Defence 2016 Tri-Services Forum. Early confirmed delegations include Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Sweden, France, Pakistan and more. Stay tuned for more confirmed countries.
Meeting the Needs of the Region:
Engage in end-goal focused debates regarding the future of integrated air defence and regional integration to develop an effective joint strategy to maximise national and regional security
Join your military and industry colleagues at the Drinks Reception and Gala Dinner to engage in knowledge sharing and networking beyond the conference room
Mould the future of air defence by debating and assessing the strategic direction and considerations being formed by the regions Commanders to align to the future of regional air defence
Participate in discussions with Military Decision Makers from the likes of Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary and Georgia to determine current and future requirements, procurements and capability needs