24 - 25 April, 2018
AYANA Midplaza Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

Agenda Day 2

8:50 am - 9:00 am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson

Captain (N) Judijanto, Head of Centre for Maritime Studies, SESKOAL,Indonesia Navy
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Captain (N) Judijanto

Head of Centre for Maritime Studies, SESKOAL
Indonesia Navy

9:10 am - 9:40 am Fostering More Effective Non-Traditional Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia

Dr Sun Zhen, Research Fellow, Centre for International Law,National University of Singapore
  • Overview of some of the transnational working groups or discussions going on for non-traditional issues within various maritime agencies in Asia
  • Analysing the effectiveness of these transnational agreements and what can be done to give these initiatives more execution power
  • Identifying gaps in existing collaboration between the various maritime security and coastal surveillance agencies in Asia and recommendations on potential future collaboration
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Dr Sun Zhen

Research Fellow, Centre for International Law
National University of Singapore

9:40 am - 10:10 am Meeting the Requirements of Indonesia’s Coast Guards


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Captain (N) Judijanto

Head of Centre for Maritime Studies, SESKOAL
Indonesia Navy

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Major General (R) Jan Pieter Ate

Executive Chairman
Private Defence Industry Association (PINHANTANAS)

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Captain Martin A. Sebastian (R)

Senior Fellow/Centre Head - Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy
Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA)

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Dr. Shang-Su Wu

Research Fellow, Military Studies Programme
Institute of Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, RSIS

10:40 am - 11:10 am Morning Tea & Networking Break

OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION GROUPS

In this interactive discussion, delegates from various key stakeholders will engage in roundtable discussions comprising 8-10 members per table for an in-depth dialogue into each organization’s operational challenges and procurement plans.
Each roundtable discussion will take place concurrently, with the tables rotating every 45 minutes. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage in 2 out of 4 discussion groups over the course of the 1.5hr session.
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Brigjen Pol Lotharia Latif

Director
Indonesia Marine Police

In this interactive discussion, delegates from various key stakeholders will engage in roundtable discussions comprising 8-10 members per table for an in-depth dialogue into each organization’s operational challenges and procurement plans.
Each roundtable discussion will take place concurrently, with the tables rotating every 45 minutes. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage in 2 out of 4 discussion groups over the course of the 1.5hr session.
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Nilanto Perbowo

Director General Surveillance of Marine & Fisheries Resources
Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Fisheries

In this interactive discussion, delegates from various key stakeholders will engage in roundtable discussions comprising 8-10 members per table for an in-depth dialogue into each organization’s operational challenges and procurement plans.
Each roundtable discussion will take place concurrently, with the tables rotating every 45 minutes. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage in 2 out of 4 discussion groups over the course of the 1.5hr session.
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Brigadier General (Mar) Ivan Ahmad Rizki Titus, S.H

Director of SAR Operation
Badan SAR Nasional

12:40 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch & Networking Break

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Incorporating the Latest Electronic Support Measures (EMS) System into CN235 Maritime Patrol Aircrafts (MPA) to Meet Operational Requirements

Andi Alisjahbana, Director of Technology and Development,PT Digantara Indonesia
  • Exploring the various ways PT DI can work with foreign weapons and component manufacturers to incorporate the latest electronic support measures systems and other systems into its CN235 MPA aircraft
  • Understanding the role played by PT DI in developing weapons, air platforms and armament for the Indonesian Armed Forces
  • Understanding the needs of the Indonesian Armed Forces and the future direction of PT DI
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Andi Alisjahbana

Director of Technology and Development
PT Digantara Indonesia

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm State of Maritime Terrorism in Asia and the Importance of Indonesia’s Role in Tackling this Transnational Threat

Captain Martin A. Sebastian (R), Senior Fellow/Centre Head - Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy,Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA)
  • Understanding maritime terrorism and why it is a credible and dangerous threat to ASEAN countries and its impact on the national economy, infrastructure and nationhood
  • Understanding Indonesia’s role in tackling maritime terrorism in Asia
  • Identifying crucial transit points for terrorists entering or leaving Indonesia and what the authorities have done or are planning to do to tackle these issues
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Captain Martin A. Sebastian (R)

Senior Fellow/Centre Head - Centre for Maritime Security and Diplomacy
Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA)

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Building a Strong Private Defence Sector to be a Key Pillar of Indonesia’s State Defence System

Major General (R) Jan Pieter Ate, Executive Chairman,Private Defence Industry Association (PINHANTANAS)
  • Understanding the role the private defence sector plays developing Indonesia’s national defence strategy
  • Analysing the operational, technological and monetary challenges faced by local defence equipment manufacturers
  • Understanding the working relationships between the state-backed defence integrators, the various maritime defence agencies and also the private defence contractors 
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Major General (R) Jan Pieter Ate

Executive Chairman
Private Defence Industry Association (PINHANTANAS)

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Tea & Networking Break

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Patrolling Indonesia’s Littoral Waters – Challenges and Strategies Employed by the Indonesian Marine Police

Brigjen Pol Lotharia Latif, Director,Indonesia Marine Police
  • Tackling the operational and tactical challenges faced by the Indonesian Police when patrolling in extreme littoral waters across Indonesia’s EEZ
  • Examining the various naval assets available for deployment on short notice to counter any maritime threats
  • Indonesian Marine Police procurement plans for 2018 and beyond to support Indonesia’s maritime fulcrum strategy – Littoral combat boats, patrol boats, etc.
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Brigjen Pol Lotharia Latif

Director
Indonesia Marine Police

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Improving Detection and Rescue of Asylum-Seekers through Utilization of Maritime Patrol Aircrafts and Radars

Brigadier General (Mar) Ivan Ahmad Rizki Titus, S.H, Director of SAR Operation,Badan SAR Nasional
  • Breakdown of successful search and rescue operations in Indonesia’s EEZ  and determining the cause of such emergencies
  • Exploring ways to better detect emergencies throughout Indonesia’s vast EEZ and how to respond more effectively at the shortest possible time
  • Overview of current assets available and determining the future needs of the agency to cope with rising number of search and rescue operations
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Brigadier General (Mar) Ivan Ahmad Rizki Titus, S.H

Director of SAR Operation
Badan SAR Nasional

8:00 am - 8:00 am Closing Remarks from Conference Chairman