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Bangkok, Thailand 12 – 13 September / 2012
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About the trade show
The shifting nature of warfare, including recent instances of insurgency and piracy in Southeast Asia has prompted regional militaries to adopt a unified command and control approach. To meet these requirements, geospatial tools and analysis are being increasingly used to collect and analyse data, translating that into real time intelligence. Not just military, but geospatial tools are being used by organisations responsible for border security, immigration, logistics support, anti crime operations and paramilitary operations.
However, in spite of considerable progress in creating national SDIs, challenges of data collection, mining and interoperability remain. The main question is how to convert the vast amount of geospatial data and images obtained through satellites, cameras and other sources and change it to operational intelligence?
To address the growing interest and research in the geospatial defence and security industry in Asia Pacific, Defence IQ has built a platform for military and industry stakeholders to meet, discuss and network on the most pertinent issue that the industry is facing today. Being held for the fourth time in Asia, Geospatial Defence & Intelligence Asia Pacific will once again feature the best practices in SDIs, regional and international case studies on geospatial applications in defence and security and additional learning opportunities through a focus day and workshops, apart from the main conference.
In September 2010, Geospatial Defence & Intelligence Asia Pacific was attended by over 100 heads of geospatial intelligence and GIS technology. At a time of budget austerity and defence budget cuts throughout the world, the presence of such senior attendees at GDI APAC was testimony to the thriving APAC market.
Attend and learn about:
- Interoperability challenges related to regional armed forces and intelligence organisations
- Use of geospatial intelligence to facilitate asset management and defence installations across large geographical areas
- Looking at latest developments in data mining and analytics for operational intelligence
- Utilising GIS to support mission planning, command and control and tactical operations
- Best practice case studies to move towards an SDI
- Geospatial applications for national security and civil defence
- How geospatial data can assist in effective anti crime operations
- Battle space management