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What Last Year Attendees Had to Say

"Very informative event. Learned many new ideas and concepts from experienced organistions" Captain Tarin Punsri, Deputy Director of Intelligence, Royal Tahi Air Force
"This event is valuable as it allows me to understand better how GIS could be implemented and applied to enhance intelligence appreciation"Nicholas Wong, Military Officer, Ministry of Defence, Singapore
"Excellent seminar covering issues and challenges pertaining GIS and GEOINT at present and future development"Colonel Mahmud Bin Ahmad, Director Defence Application Division, Malaysia Remote Sensing Agency
"I learned anout many new technologies information and software with advanced possibilities. It broadened my insight into furthur decisoin making."Lee Pei Shan, Specialist, Topographic and Hydrographic Survey Section, National Land Surveying and Mapping

Enhancing National Security Operations Using Geospatial Intelligence

Featured Speakers

Colonel Ahmad Norihan Jalal
Head of Geospatial Intelligence
Ministry of Defense Malaysia

Nebuchadnezzar S. Alejandrino
Director IV, Management Information System Service
Department of National Defense

Alison Rose
Assistant Secretary, GEOINT Foundation and Support
Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation

Giuseppe Nobile
Head of Geospa tial Intelligence Section
NATO HQ Belgium

Kawata Yoshiaki
Director
Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution

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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

Letter from our Keynote Speaker

Dear Colleague,

Learn how defense organizations around the world are improving their GEOINT systems at the 8th annual Geospatial Intelligence for National Security (GINS) APAC 2015 summit. This year we are expanding the scope of the event from defense to national security. The key areas of focus for this year include disaster management, border and maritime security, and defense and intelligence operations

Hear from:

  • Colonel Ahmad Norihan, Head of GEOINT, Ministry of Defense Malaysia
  • Alison Rose the Assistant Secretary GEOI NT Foundation and Support, Australian Geospatial Intelligence Organisation
  • Giuseppe Nobile, Head, Geospatial Section, NATO HQ Belgium
  • Kawata Yoshiaki, Director, Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution, Japan

And come to meet your peers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, Brunei, Thailand and Singapore.

Attend Geospatial Intelligence for National Security (GINS) APAC 2015 to:

1.Discover the latest operational case studies, strategies and solutions to enhance national security for:

Maritime and Border Security ~ Defence and Intelligence ~ Disaster Management

2. Meet senior decision makers in the National Security community from Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Belgium, Japan and New Zealand

3. Gain insights on how key decisions are supported using Geospatial Intelligence to achieve maritime, border and national security

Nebuchadnezzar S. Alejandrino, Director IV, Management Information System Service, Department of National Defense, Republic of the Philippines

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 GIS
  • Maximizing and re-calibrating current GEOINT systems for national security in combating maritime and border threats in APAC
  • Improving intra and inter agency Geospatial Data information and intelligence sharing on an international level
  • Best practices for disaster management and search rescue operations
  • 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

Sub themes:

1. 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

2. 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

3. National Law Enforcement: Emphasizing Geospatial technology in national policing operations and international intelligence sharing using Geospatial Intelligence

4. 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

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