Geospatial Intelligence for National Security (GINS) APAC 2015 Conference
- 2 September, 2015 - 3 September, 2015, Singapore, Singapore
The growth of national security threats has triggered agencies to further enhance their intelligence and develop a common operating picture to overcome challenges for disaster management, defense and intelligence and maritime and border security.
Due to the severity of threats including piracy, illegal fishing, legal immigrants, disasters, and the recent ISIS threat, it is vital that government agencies utilize GEOINT to enhance national security.
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The key measure of this overall capability is a new generation of tools for advanced digital mapping and development, which concurrently extends the application of Geospatial Intelligence beyond C2 (Command and Control) and the achievement of information superiority. Last month, VisionGain released a market research report stating that GEOINT is no longer considered to be a ‘nice to have’, but a ‘must have’ capability, revealing that global governmental expenditure worth on GEOINT for national security and defense in 2014 was $9.7billion.
The 8th year of our summit focuses on enhancing national security operations using geospatial intelligence. Our extensive research with more than 50 government authorities reflects a shift of focus in the market towards national security as the paramount concern
The 8th annual Geospatial Intelligence for National Security (GINS) APAC 2015 conference will unfold
- The latest operational case studies in enhancing national security on all environment and missions by leveraging
- Maximizing and re-calibrating current GEOINT systems
- Incorporating, analyzing, improving and maximizing Geospatial intelligence for national security in combating maritime and border threats in APAC
- Information and intelligence sharing internationally
- Disaster management
Additionally, break the ice and network with leading experts on Geospatial Intelligence, Regional Navies, Coast Guards, Port authorities, Immigrations, Disaster Management Agencies, Mapping and Surveying Agencies, Ministries of Defense and so many more from countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, USA, Australia, Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam, New Zealand, and Cambodia.
Key Theme: Enhancing National Security Operations Using Geospatial Intelligence
- Disaster management: Enabling geospatial intelligence for disaster risk reduction, preparedness, response and recovery and the role Geospatial plays in providing support to analysis, planning and response operations
- Border and Maritime Security: Focusing the role of Geospatial Intelligence in border and maritime security operations and enhancing greater capability in ISR, mission planning and operations across the maritime and littoral environments
- National Law Enforcement: Emphasizing Geospatial technology in national policing operations and international intelligence sharing using Geospatial Intelligence
- Defense and Intelligence: The increasing role of Geospatial Intelligence as an integrating platform for all military and intelligence information (ISR, planning, situational awareness, and support to deployed forces
- Colonel Ahmad Norihan Jalal, Head of Geospatial Intelligence, Ministry of Defense Malaysia
- Alison Rose, Assistant Secretary, GEOINT Foundation and Support, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation
- Giuseppe Nobile, Head of Geospatial Intelligence Section, NATO HQ Belgium
- Steve Pyatt, Head of GEOINT Policy, Plans and Partnerships, GEOINT New Zealand
- Krishna Murti, Special Adviser for International Relationship (International Peace Keeper Expert), Indonesian National Police
- Ofelia Castro, Assistant Director, Mapping and Geodesy Branch, National Mapping and Resource Information Authority
- Dr Agus Wibowo, Head of Data Division, National Disaster Management Authority (BNPB)
- Hongey Chen, Director, National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR)
- Kawata Yoshiaki, Director, Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution
- Nebuchadnezzar S. Alejandrino, Director IV, Management Information System Service, Department of National Defense
- Commander Chen Tang Huang, Section Chief, Naval Meteorological and Oceanographic Office
- Doctor Priyadi Kardono, Chairman, Geospatial Information Agency of Indonesia
- Captain Pham Xuan Hoan, GIS & Remote Sensing Expert, Defense Mapping Agency of Vietnam
- Azhar Abu Talib, Director, Network Security Lab, MIMOS
- Trisha Isabelle F. Fernandez, Deputy Director, Strategic Planning and Communications Unit, National Coast Watch Council Secretariat
- Lcdr Carmelo A Inocando, Deputy Director, Maritime Security and Safety Unit, National Coast Watch Council Secretariat
- Captain Martin A. Sebastian, Centre Head, Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy, Maritime Institute of Malaysia
- Brigadier General Ir Dedy Hadria, Director, Indonesian Army Topography
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