Agenda Day 2

Coastal Protection & EEZ Security
Chairman’s opening remarks
Host nation address: Planning and developing multi-mission surface fleets for enhanced and efficient maritime security – the Singaporean perspective
Keynote: Acquisition and operation of an advanced patrol and surveillance surface fleet for full maritime situational awareness and response capability

Rear Admiral Peter Quinn, Head Naval Capability - Royal Australian Navy

Controlling coastal borders in a whole of government approach

Commander Craig Sommerville, Deputy Commander Maritime Border Command - Australian Border Force

Morning break and networking
The modernization programme of the Indonesian Navy’s offshore patrol vessels to bolster coastal and EEZ security

Senior Indonesian Navy Officer (tbc)

Patrol vessels fleet development: regional joint-venture partnerships and indigenous industry

Senior Royal Malaysian Navy Officer (tbc)

India's Initiatives in the Indo Pacific area for security and stability

Commodore (IN Retd) Seshadri Vasan R Iyengar, Director - Chennaei Centre for China Studies (C3S) & Regional Director - National Maritime Foundation

Lunch and networking
Developments in Aerial Maritime Patrol Platforms
Integration and operation of multi-platform MUM-T maritime patrol aircraft

Air Commodore Craig Heap, Commander Surveillance and Response Group - Royal Australian Air Force

Building aerial maritime surveillance in Asia: prospects and challenges

Dr Collin Koh Swee Lean, Research Fellow & Maritime Security Analyst - S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Transition of the JMSDF maritime patrol aircraft and its capabilities
Afternoon break and networking
What’s the buzz? Unmanned airborne maritime patrol capabilities in the Asia-Pacific

Ben Ho, Associate Research Fellow - S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Afternoon Panel
Chairman’s closing remarks, and end of Day 2