Ship Defence in the Littorals 2011

Venue: Holiday Inn

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Mar 28, 2010
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Operations in littoral waters have long been acknowledged as vital to the safety and security of coastal nations. However, advancements in submerged system technology and the growing threat of asymmetric attack have made the confined littoral battle space a dangerous area to operate. How are these new and developing threats to be combated by modern naval vessels?

Download the Ship Defence in the Littorals 2011 agenda now to discover how you can:
Hear from the Dutch Navy about their experience during anti-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden, including how they altered systems and doctrine to improve littoral performance and apply these lessons to your own forces
Learn about the latest work by NATO, the US Navy and the Italian navy on new munitions and sensor systems for combating swarming, fast attack vessels in the littoral zone and how these developments could help improve the survivability of your vessels
Grasp the advances in using unmanned vessels for ship self defence, including ship interdiction and combating asymmetric threats
Analyse the latest developments from the NATO Underwater Research Centre, EGUERMIN and the US Naval Surface Warfare Centre on how to improve mine detection and countermeasures in the littoral battlespace to protect your assets