Offshore Patrol Vessels 2016 Conference
- Enabling Cost-Effective Maritime Security
- 14 September, 2016 - 16 September, 2016, Glasgow, United Kingdom
This proven annual event attracts senior navy and coast guard chiefs from around the world to discuss with each other and industry leaders the challenges of maritime policing: countering illicit flows including migration, piracy, SAR, pollution monitoring, fishery protection and EEZ patrol. Through assessing platforms and auxiliary technologies, delegates benefit from a clear understanding of the technologies on offer and the best path to balancing capability and affordability to help deliver optimum mission effectiveness tailored to unique national requirements.
Military and Industry working hand-in-hand to define a path towards cost-effective maritime security.
The forum benefits from our international experience and series of regional-specific satellite events to bring together the most relevant and thought-provoking conference agenda to date - with OPV operators and industry stakeholders taking part from the Middle East, Latin America, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.
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To celebrate the conference's 11th anniversary year we're going to Glasgow - the home of some of the Royal Navy's most illustrious vessels, including their new Queen Elizabeth-Class Aircraft Carriers and, of course, the River Class OPV. We are delighted to announce that our lead sponsor, BAE, will be conducting exclusive tours of their world-class shipyards for our guests, along with a visit to HMS Forth, the Royal Navy's latest River-Class OPV.
In summary, International Offshore Patrol Vessels conference will offer you the opportunity to:
- Network with the largest and most diverse global gathering of the OPV community in the world.
- Gain technical insight and understanding into the latest designs with presentations from public and private sector shipyards.
- Benefit from strategic analysis of current maritime security concerns delivered by Admirals and Commander from navies and coast guards.
- Share lessons learnt from a vast array of mission sets, ranging from law enforcement to environmental protection, gain insight into adapting OPV design to emerging missions.
- Explore the latest technological developments in modularity, systems arrangement, propulsion and ship-based unmanned systems.
- Vice Admiral Gonzalo Cabrera Castillo, Deputy General Director of Naval Construction, Mexican Secretariat of the Navy, Mexican Navy
- Rear Admiral John Nadeau, Assistant Commandant for Capabilities, United States Coast Guard
- Rear Admiral NPS Attaygalle, Commander of the North Western Naval Area, Sri Lankan Navy
- Representative of Rear Admiral Antonio Natale, Head of VII Department, Ships Design & Combat System, Italian Navy
- Rear-Admiral To be designated by Chief of Navy - Tbc., Royal Malaysian Navy
- First-Degree Captain Hijran Rustamzade, Commander, Azerbaijani Navy
- Captain Veli-Petteri Valkamo, Assistant Chief of Staff (Planning), Finnish Navy
- Captain Corrado Campana, Director, NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center
- Captain Cyrille Atonfack, Advisor For Civil-Military Actions, Navy of Cameroon
- Rear-Admiral (retd.) Bruce Williams, Chairman, Royal Navy
- Captain Bi Zaouli Charles Bamele, Advisor To The Chief Of The Ivorian Naval Staff For State Action At Sea, Navy Of Côte D’Ivoire
- Captain Antonio Rodrigues Mateus, Director, Technical & Customer, Arsenal do Alfeite
- Commander Tim Green, Policy and Plans, Royal Navy
- Commander Manuel Alvargonzalez, Programme Dept., Logistics Division, Spanish Navy
- Commander Boris Brito Moreno, Commander of Missile Frigate, Ecuadorian Navy
- Commander Alberto Battaglini, Plans and Operations, Italian Coastguard
- Commander Luis J. Serrano, Project Management Office, Colombian Navy
- Major Hicham Tamri, Warfare Officer, Royal Moroccan Navy
- Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Mallia, Commander, Maltese Maritime Squadron AFM (pending final confirmation)
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May 24 - 25, 2017 - London, United Kingdom