Maritime Surveillance & Reconnaissance Africa (Maritime Surveillanc)
Venue: The Castle ,
|Event Date/Time: Jul 18, 2006||End Date/Time: Jul 21, 2006|
However, peace, safety and security in Africa and it surrounding maritime areas are continuously being threatened by negative forces such as ethnic groups conducting civil wars, rebel groups, organised crime syndicates, piracy, terrorists, smugglers and hijackers.
It is devastating to know that coastal countries in Africa are negatively affected by illegal fishing, illegal immigration and smuggling and oil pollution taking place in the country’s contiguous waters.
Research has shown that South Africa is a maritime nation with a 1,5-million km2 economic exclusion zone (EEZ),and so its naval and coastal guard forces are small considering the area to be secured. The same accounts for many coastal states all over Africa. At this conference IQPC is addressing these needs by offering public and private organisations practical and workable solutions to overcome where possible, and to minimise these threats maritime nations are facing all over Africa.
This conference offers you the unique opportunity to network with and learn from some of the major industry players and experts. The aim of the conference is to bring people together from all over Africa, Europe and North America to find strategic management and workable solutions to ensure that your maritime surveillance and security concerns is developed and implanted according to African standards and expectations.
Block out your calendar and register today! You can not afford to miss this conference! You can not afford not to voice your opinion and to listen to expert advice with regards to workable solutions for maritime surveillance that can be applied to all African coastal states. Fill in the registration form at the back of this brochure and fax it back to us on 011 669 5069, as soon as possible to reserve your place.