|Event Date/Time: Jul 27, 2010||End Date/Time: Jul 28, 2010|
The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code has been developed to enhance the security of ships and port facilities. What better venue to hold a port security conference than to be holding it at the busiest port in the world, here in Singapore. The Maritime and Ports Authority of Singapore has also developed a Port Security Manual for the Singapore port facilities, and provides updates through port marine circulars/notices and the current security level of Singapore.
In its 2nd year, Seaport Security Asia will once again bring together regional and international seaport security personnel from port authorities, operators and government law enforcement agencies along with top level industry executives for 2 days of dedicated seaport security discussions.
You will have a chance to increase your knowledge on the developments and technologies utilized for seaport security, while gaining insights on the ongoing projects and plans for port security programmes in Asia, allowing you to establish your own roadmap from critical lessons learned.
New Highlights for this year include topics on:
-Surveillance systems, remote monitoring, CCTV
-Updates on RFID tracking and tagging
-Improved screening equipment for passengers and cargo
-Enhanced seaborne patrol capabilities
-Wireless security technologies
Who will be attending Seaport Security Asia?
Port Operators, Law Enforcement Agencies, Port Authorities, Customs, Coast Guards who are:
-Head of Port Security
-Head of Security
-Port Security Manager
-Operations Manager / Head