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Conference Day 1

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM Registration & Welcome Coffee / Arrival of VIPs to Holding Room


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Brigjen TNI Jan Pieter Ate

Directorate General of Defence Potential
Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Indonesia

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Ryamizard Ryacudu

Minister of Defence
Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Indonesia

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Admiral Ade Supandi

Chief of Naval Staff
Indonesian Navy

9:20 AM - 9:40 AM Protecting Indonesia's Maritime Sovereignty - Indonesia Navy's Key Strategies To Combat Increasingly Sophisticated And Technologically Advanced Transnational Threats

Rear Admiral INGN Aryatmaja, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff for Operations, Indonesia Navy
  • Overview of the various types of emerging threats to Indonesia’s maritime sovereignty and the need for the Indonesia Navy to modernize in order to address them
  • Highlighting the need for increased multilateral cooperation between various defence organisations in the region in terms of asset deployment and joint-patrols to combat transnational maritime threats
  • Addressing the operational barriers and required technology to meet the Indonesia’s maritime needs and goals
  • Challenges in maintaining security in Indonesia’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and some of the key strategies already in place to address these issues

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Rear Admiral INGN Aryatmaja

Assistant Chief of Naval Staff for Operations
Indonesia Navy

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Piet van Rooij

Manager Design & Proposal, Defense and Security Department
Damen Shipyards Gorinchem

10:00 AM - 10:20 AM Photo-taking with Minister of Defence, Indonesia Navy, Bakamla, Marine Police, Basarnas

10:20 AM - 10:30 AM Speed Networking

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Morning Coffee & Networking Session

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Operating Effectively In Extreme Littoral Waters With Heavy Traffic Volume, Short Reaction Times And Varied Environmental Conditions

First Admiral Dato’ Muhamad Ridzwan, , Royal Malaysia Navy
  • Challenges faced by the Royal Malaysian Navy when operating in extreme littoral waters in Malaysia’s EEZ, including the Malacca Straits
  • Highlighting successful inter-operability activities between the MMEA and the Royal Malaysian Navy at both tactical and operational levels
  • Overview of the success of multilateral joint-patrols in the Malacca Straits and how the patrols can be replicated at other key flash-point areas
  • Procurement plans for 2017 and beyond to support to 15-to-5 fleet transformation strategy – Littoral combat boats, patrol boats, littoral mission boats, multi-support boats and submarines

First Admiral Dato’ Muhamad Ridzwan


Royal Malaysia Navy

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Overview Of Thailand’s National Maritime Security Plan And How It Guides Procurement Decisions Of The Royal Thai Navy In 2017 And Beyond

Vice-Admiral Patchara Pumpiched, Deputy Chief of Staff, Royal Thai Navy Captain Kiatiyut Tiansuwan, Director, Combatant Capability Planning and Development Division, Office of Policy and Planning, Naval Operations Department, Royal Thai Navy
  • Providing an overview of the current maritime threats to Thailand such as illegal fishing, piracy, human trafficking, armed theft and how it has impacted the country’s economy and national security
  • Steps taken by the Royal Thai Navy to upgrade its operational capability and fleet size to meet increasingly sophisticated transnational maritime issues
  • Operational challenges faced by the Royal Thai Navy in conducting search and rescue missions in Thailand’s vast maritime territory and steps taken to improve its reach and capability

Vice-Admiral Patchara Pumpiched

Deputy Chief of Staff
Royal Thai Navy

Captain Kiatiyut Tiansuwan

Director, Combatant Capability Planning and Development Division, Office of Policy and Planning, Naval Operations Department
Royal Thai Navy

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Implementation Of Coordinated Joint Sea Patrols To Fight Maritime Crime And Terrorism In The Piracy-Prone Sulu Sea

Captain Dorvin Jose L Legaspi, Deputy Commander, Naval Operations, Naval Forces Western Mindanao, Philippine Navy
  • Cooperation between Philippine, Indonesia and Malaysia to combat piracy without compromising on national sovereignty
  • Proposed trilateral military training exercises in the Sulu Sea to improve maritime security
  • Installation of an identification system for boats sailing in Sulu waters to ensure proper tracking and monitoring

Captain Dorvin Jose L Legaspi

Deputy Commander, Naval Operations, Naval Forces Western Mindanao
Philippine Navy

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM How The Digital Transformation Impacts The Public Safety And Maritime Security Mission

Ferdinand Furch, APJ Public Sector Services Sales Director, Microsoft

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Ferdinand Furch

APJ Public Sector Services Sales Director
Microsoft

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Networking Lunch

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM Industry Thought Leadership Presentation: PT Warga Kesuma Jaya & Vissim AS

Håvard Odden, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Vissim AS

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Håvard Odden

Vice President Sales & Marketing
Vissim AS

2:30 PM - 3:10 PM Panel: Improving Indonesia’s Coastal Surveillance Capability And Maritime Security - The Need For More Inter-Agency Coordination, Communication And Intelligence Sharing

Captain Jose Ma Ambrosio Q Ezpeleta, Deputy Commander, Naval Forces Eastern Mindanao, Philippine Navy First Admiral I Nyoman Gede Ariawan, Chief of Staff of Eastern Fleet Command, Indonesia Navy Captain Farizal Myeor, Commanding Officer of Leadership Centre, Royal Malaysia Navy
  • Identification of challenges in maintaining maritime security and coastal surveillance across Indonesia’s vast EEZ
  • Overview of the main role played by the various maritime agencies and addressing the overlapping areas in order to improve operational efficiency
  • Steps that can be taken to improve intelligence sharing and communications for more effective patrols

Captain Jose Ma Ambrosio Q Ezpeleta

Deputy Commander, Naval Forces Eastern Mindanao
Philippine Navy
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First Admiral I Nyoman Gede Ariawan

Chief of Staff of Eastern Fleet Command
Indonesia Navy

Captain Farizal Myeor

Commanding Officer of Leadership Centre
Royal Malaysia Navy

3:10 PM - 3:40 PM Coastal Surveillance and Maritime Security – A Networked Solution

R L Sekhar, Additional General Manager, Bharat Electronics

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R L Sekhar

Additional General Manager
Bharat Electronics

3:40 PM - 4:00 PM Afternoon Coffee And Networking Session

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Development Of The Local Defence Industries And How They Are Supporting The Modernization Of The Indonesia Navy

Budiman Saleh (*pending final availability), Direktur Utama, PT PAL Indonesia
  • Assessing the role PT PAL plays as the lead domestic naval weapons systems integrator for the Indonesia Armed Forces
  • Overview of PT PAL’s recently developed weapons systems targeted for maritime security and coastal surveillance, including the Sigma-class 10514 Corvette
  • List of projects in the pipeline and the various partners PT PAL is looking to work with in the near future

Budiman Saleh (*pending final availability)

Direktur Utama
PT PAL Indonesia

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Role Of The Local Defence Industries In Supporting Indonesia’s Aerial Defence And Surveillance Capabilities

Andi Alisjahbana, Director of Technology and Development, PT Digantara Indonesia
  • Overview of Indonesia’s maritime fulcrum ambition and the role PT DI plays in supporting the maritime surveillance capability of the Indonesia Air Force
  • List of PT DI’s recently developed weapons and weapons system
  • Importance of technology transfer to drive the growth of the local defence industries
  • List of projects in the pipeline and the various partners PT DI is looking to partner with in the near future

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Andi Alisjahbana

Director of Technology and Development
PT Digantara Indonesia

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Building Weapons And Systems That Meet The Operational And Technical Requirements Of The Various Indonesia Maritime Security Agencies

Abraham Mose, CEO, PT Pindad
  • Overview of PT Pindad’s role in increasing Indonesia’s maritime security and coastal surveillance capabilities
  • Advantages of sourcing weapons systems locally in terms of costs, logistics and maintenance support
  • List of weapons and systems that have been developed by PT Pindad to support coastal surveillance and maritime security operations – Radars, Tank Boat X-18

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Abraham Mose

CEO
PT Pindad

5:30 PM - 5:30 PM End of Day 1