Achieving greater maritime security through enhanced situational awareness and information sharing
The main challenge facing African maritime security is maritime domain awareness. A shortage of vessels, surveillance technologies and information sharing has led to African waters having numerous security challenges, such as illegal fishing, piracy, oil theft, smuggling and a host of other issues.
Join us at the Coastal and Maritime Surveillance Africa conference and defence exhibition (27-29 March 2017, Accra, Ghana), officially supported by the Ghana Navy, to hear directly from the African navies, air forces, government and law enforcement agencies on how they are planning to implement strategies to enhance maritime security through improved situational awareness and information sharing.
Why should you attend?
Meet with the navies, air forces, government and law enforcement from African nations in order to develop business and generate new leads for your business
Participate in West Africa’s largest maritime defence exhibition to demonstrate your solutions to a fast-growing market
Contribute to the dialogue with Africa’s senior maritime leadership in order to have your voice heard by senior decision makers
Understand the requirements and challenges of African clients in order to refine and develop your proposals and solutions
Who should attend?
Law Enforcement Agencies
From the following industries:
What attendees of our past event had to say..!
“Very insightful and thoughtful”
“Very informative and eye-opening about maritime security issues”
“A forum for candid deliberations on making the world a safer place to live in”
“Coastal and Maritime Surveillance Africa shows that all the navies of the world need to work together in order to be successful”