Connect With Us  

Announcement: In light of industry transformation resulting from the current pandemic, the upcoming IMDEX Asia 2021 will be rescheduled to 27 – 29 July 2021. Find out more >

Search Results
  1. The Changing Face of Naval Simulation & Training

    Digitisation has accelerated the growth in virtual training for military forces, including the navy. To enhance force readiness, the virtual training system needs to reflect an environment that is as close to real-life as possible. The question is, how close is close enough?

  2. COVID-19 accelerates maritime insecurity

    COVID-19 is showing the world how a health crisis can exert disproportionate pressure on existing social and political fissures. The Asia Pacific maritime environment is no exception, with hybrid challenges persisting and non-conventional incidents on the rise. As state budgets adjust to accommodate the health crisis, non-state actors are escalating violence on land that is spilling over into the maritime domain. Before the onset of the pandemic, illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing incidents were gaining recognition as a serious security issue. Known as hybrid challenges, these incidents are characterised by the combination of regular and irregular tactics used by adversaries to exploit

  3. IMDEX Asia rescheduled to 27 to 29 July 2021

    The naval and defence industries have made significant progress in leveraging technology to sharpen its effectiveness and efficiency. As a premier platform that promotes growth for the naval industries; we recognise the potential of IMDEX Asia’s strategic influence in driving breakthroughs and uncovering new applications in the innovation and integrated technologies that are facilitative towards Asia’s progress across a multitude of industries that include naval segments.