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Jun 23 - 24

Singapore, NV

PARKROYAL on Beach Road

With an overwhelming interest in establishing and assessing the need for unmanned defence systems in Asia, Defence IQ is geared to triplicate its unmatched endeavor with the launch of Unmanned Systems Asia conference on 23-24 June 2011 in Singapore. Air, water or surface; just as Unmanned Systems have benefited every aspect of unconventional warfare, so would the Unmanned Systems Asia Conference 2011. Key conference highlights: • Global views to meet local challenges. • 13 countries, 16 speakers. • Exemplary representation from every thinkable segment to better understand Unmanned Systems. • From the US to Ukraine, Israel to India, perspectives as far as they are wide. • The best place to be to network and know about Unmanned Systems Key topics to be discussed:  Role of Military Robotics and Unmanned Ground Vehicles in Electronic Warfare  Self Reliance in Strategic Defence: A Study of India’s Indigenous Unmanned Systems Technology Growth  Acquiring Unmanned Systems. How to decide which technology best suits your national needs  UAV Training and Simulation: Best Practices  Air Space Management and Control. ICAO’s view on Unmanned-Manned Systems Integration

Who will you meet - Militaries (US, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Brazil, Israel, Ukraine, Russia, Europe) - International Defence contractors: Producing both individual payloads and integrated platform solutions - Defence Ministries: Especially future systems/force modernisation - Branches of capability development, technology, procurement within Militaries - Military/Government R&D organisations - Small and medium Defence enterprises

Registration Opens: 02/13/2011 Cost: TBA

Contact Name: Reema

ph: 65 6722 9388 email: reema.tejavath@iqpc.com.sg

Company Info:

IQPC

61 Robinson Road
Singapore , NV. 068893 Singapore


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