Maritime Surveillance Latin America 2009


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Engage in the Collaborative public-private joint efforts to improve Latin America Domain Awareness. Gain first-hand insight into the creation of the Virtual Regional Maritime Traffic Center – Americas (VRMTC-A)

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Maritime Surveillance Latin America 2009

  1. 1. Register Early presents a training conference: & SAVE! MARITIME See p. 5 for details. SURVEILLANCE FEATURING A DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER FACULTY LATIN AMERICA TM THAT INCLUDES Brig Gen David Fadok, USAF Creating Partnerships in Latin American October 26 – 28, 2009 Director for Policy & Strategy, Maritime Domain Awareness Miami, FL US SOUTHCOM CT Valter Citavicius Filho Commander Brazilian Navy DON’T MISS YOUR BEST OPPORTUNITY (Marinha do Brasil) OF THE YEAR TO: • Receive detailed updates on requirements Cdre Gary Best, MSM and challenges from Latin American naval Chief of Defence, decision makers Guyana Coast Guard • Gain first-hand insight into the creation of the CDR Fran Cloe, USN Virtual Regional Maritime Traffic Center - OGMSA Latin American Americas (VRMTC-A) Outreach & Coordination • Engage in the collaborative public-private joint efforts to improve Latin America Domain CDR David Edwards, USN Awareness MARLU-LATAM SOUTHCOM CAPT Fernando Zamudio Capitán de Navío, Perú (Peruvian Navy) Bill Johnson Executive Director, Port of Miami Ted J. Venable COMUSNAVSO/COMFOURTHFLT, Featuring CNT Program Manager an exclusive site tour of the Port of Miami showcasing best practices for Guy Thomas maritime ISR and port Science and Technology Advisor, security! Global Maritime Awareness, OGMSA Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or e-mail:
  2. 2. Who you will meet: MARITIME SURVEILLANCE The Summit will attract senior-level decision makers from domestic and international military partners, and LATIN AMERICA TM October 26 – 28, 2009 Miami, FL supporting industry. The attendee profile will include: • Agency Director Creating Partnerships in Latin Am • Assistant Agency Director erican Maritime Domain Awareness • Deputy Sector Commander • Director of Security Dear Colleague, • Division Head • C4ISR Welcome! iBienvenido! Bem-Vin • Cargo and Container Screening do! • Capabilities Development • Commander IDGA’s Maritime Surveillance Latin America is the foremost event for • Chief of Prevention maritime community. the Latin American • Engineer • Intelligence Analyst Recent discoveries of new oil reser • National Defense ves off the coast of Brazil in conju emerging threats on the seas prov nction with new and • Naval Intelligence e the need has never been greater advancements in Latin American mari for new and immediate • Officer in Charge time operations. Latin American nava officials need new technology to enga l and government • Operations Officer ge in best practices for Maritim e ISR operations. • Port Director • Port Operations Today, Latin American nations are spending billions of dollars upg • Port Security Officer – including surveillance airplanes, rading their equipment submarines, littoral ships, and satel • Principal protecting their natural resources, lites in the hope of better ports, and coast lines. • Research and Development • Sector Commander IDGA’s Maritime Surveillance Latin • Senior Associate America will focus on: • Integrating underwater, surface, • Team Lead and aerial components for mar • International maritime surveilla itime security • Technical Director nce and interoperability • Defense of naval and port facil ities • Defending under water oil rese rves About IDGA Key discussion topics include: • Short and medium-term strategies The Institute for Defense in Latin American naval procurem & Government • Strategies for successful partners ent hips for enhanced Maritime Dom Advancement (IDGA) is combat smuggling and protect natio ain Awareness to nal coast lines a non-partisan information based organization dedicated to the promotion The pre-summit Maritime Surveilla of innovative ideas in public service and nce and Port Security Focus Day from maritime leaders on regional will develop perspectives defense. We bring together speaker maritime and coastal surveillance for regional maritime surveillance limit Latin American ports, panels comprised of military and ations, and international relationsh in a public-private collaborative foru ips. These in-depth trainings government professionals while m will explore the most critical ques you the opportunity to gain first-hand tions of the day and give attracting delegates with decision- experience. making power from military, Do not miss this opportunity to learn government and defense industries. how to better serve Latin American your place among your peers and Maritime users! Reserve key leaders in the maritime commun 416.597.4728 or e-mail: andrew.d ity now by calling I look forward to meeting you in Octo ber! Join the Maritime early PS: Don’t forget to register V/R, Homeland Security Group! and to sign up for the Port This is your chance to stay in touch and of Security Focus Day & Port network with maritime homeland Luis G. Hernandez security professionals and fellow Program Director, IDGA Miami Tour! attendees all year round! Here is what people are saying about IDGA events: "A terrific forum for the exchange of ideas, well attended with decision makers in both DoD and industry." - BBN “Good Presentations. Good Detail.” – Manager, Land Vehicle Systems “This has been an outstanding conference, primarily due to the quality of presenters and invitees. At 1:00 pm on Day One, we’ve already had four significant conversations with important PMs." - Northrop Grumman 2 Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or e-mail:
  3. 3. MARITIME SURVEILLANCE & PORT SECURITY FOCUS DAY Monday, October 26, 2009 MARITIME SURVEILLANCE & PORT SECURITY FOCUS DAY Give time to the issues that matter most. Sign up for the Maritime Surveillance & Port Security Focus Day and dedicate more time to dialogue and networking in a classroom environment. This in-depth and interactive series of workshops will examine current challenges for Port Security in Latin America. You will hear from leading academic researchers and government organizations on the technology and processes that are revolutionizing the security and sense and respond training for ports. These practical application sessions will deliver high impact training led by globally recognized experts. During this Focus Day you can expect: • Smaller, classroom-style sessions • Detailed materials • In-depth discussions with the class leaders and fellow attendees • 8:00 Port Security Sense and Respond/ISR Surveillance Training All owners of ships over a certain size or otherwise designated by the USCG, Captain of the Port, and all operators of port facilities as designated, are required to perform exercises and drills of the security plans that the law requires them to have in place. The Trojan Horse Exercise is a public-private collaborative forum in which all participants can meet their legal obligations to exercise their security plans, identify best practices in security training, and exploit opportunities for developing innovative security techniques. What will be covered: • Operations at port facilities • Terrorist and other sea threats Proven training exercise for How you will benefit: enhanced port security • Identify best practices in security training • Utilize opportunities for developing innovative security techniques • Examine best ways to exercise their security plans Session Leader: Larry Howard, PhD, Chair, Graduate Program Policy Board (GPPB) and Chair, Global Business & Transportation (GBAT) Department, SUNY Maritime College 10:00 Networking Break 10:30 The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) and its Security Levels 1, 2, & 3 for Seaports Maritime security is an integral part of the International Maritime Organization and its responsibilities for port security. This workshop will examine the comprehensive security regime for international shipping entered into force in 2004. The mandatory security measures include a number of amendments to the 1974 Safety of Life at Sea Convention, the most far-reaching of which enshrines the new International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code), which contains detailed security-related requirements for governments, port authorities, and shipping companies in the world. This workshop will also tackle guidelines about how to meet requirements in non-mandatory sections. What will be covered: • Security levels referred to in the ISPS Code Perspective on the International • Compliance with nations and ports Maritime Organization • Implementing the ISPS Code How you will benefit: • Understand why ISPS is open to interpretations • Examine what maritime security model courses are available Session Leader: Herman Gomez, Maritime & Seaport Security Consultant, IMO (International Maritime Organization) 12:30 Lunch 1:30 Port of Miami Tour: Latin American Port Security Planning for Maritime Surveillance and Cargo Protection The Port of Miami is among America’s busiest ports and recognized throughout the world with the dual distinction of being the Cruise Capital of the World and the Cargo Gateway of the Americas. The Port contributes over $17 billion annually to the South Florida economy and helps provide direct and indirect employment for over 176,000 jobs. One of our primary goals is to promote growth in both our cruise and cargo industries in Miami-Dade County and to make sure that every port user can conduct business safely, effectively, and efficiently. The Port of Miami is now recognized as one of Florida's leading ports in safety and security. Cutting-edge technology and progressive procedures are in place to provide heightened levels of protection and, at the same time, support compliance with port business policies. Partners in this comprehensive initiative include: US Customs and Border Protection, US Coast Guard, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, Miami-Dade Police, Fire-Rescue Departments, and others working to achieve a shared, united mission. This exclusive tour will allow attendees to gain best practices on port security to combat Exclusive site tour of threats in terrorism and drug interdiction. the Port of Miami! Session Leader: Bill Johnson, Executive Director, Port of Miami 4:30 End of Tour & Focus Day Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or e-mail:
  4. 4. MAIN SUMMIT DAYS DAY 1 Tuesday, October 27, 2009 DAY 2 Wednesday, October 28, 2009 7:15 Registration & Coffee 7:15 Registration & Coffee 8:15 Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:15 Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:30 The Future of Brazilian Naval Needs and Protecting 8:30 US Naval South Engagement Operations in Latin Natural Resources America and the Caribbean US SOUTHCOM Brazilian Navy • Brazilian ISR maritime operations • US ISR maritime operations • Deep sea oil reserves • Humanitarian efforts in the region Keynote Keynote • Technology needs for the Brazilian navy • US and Latin American engagement Comandante Valter Citavicius Filho, Commander Brazilian Rear Admiral Victor G. Guillory, USN, Commander, US Naval Navy (Marinha do Brasil) Forces, US Southern Command 9:15 United States Political and Military Policy for Latin 9:15 Collaboration for an International Global and Latin America American Maritime Awareness US/Latin America • US and Latin American relations • Means to increase international cooperation • Combatant commander's strategy • Automating the process to minimize manpower Relations • Future of engagement • Using commercial satellite technology Brigadier General David S. Fadok, USAF, Director for Policy Guy Thomas, Science and Technology Advisor, Global and Strategy, US Southern Command Maritime Awareness, National Office of Global Maritime Situational Awareness (OGMSA) 10:00 Networking Break 10:00 Networking Break 10:45 Requirements of Guyana Coast Guard Operations and Current Needs 10:45 Creating the Virtual Regional Maritime Traffic Center • Guyana Defense Force’s procurement – Americas (VRMTC-A) Keynote • Electronic data base Maritime Information System Maritime security partnerships Guyana • • Anti-narcotic patrols in the exclusive economic zone • Learning from the VRMTC Europe Commodore Gary Best, Chief of Defense, Guyana Coast Guard • Challenges so far Commander Fran Cloe, USN, Office of Global Maritime Situational 11:30 UAVs and Surveillance Planes for Maritime Defense Awareness, Latin American Outreach and Coordination • Maritime environment in the SOUTHCOM and C4F area of focus See for additional details and panelists. • Key areas and scenarios for unmanned air systems in the C4F AOF • Current UAS surveillance initiatives in the C4F AOF 12:15 Lunch Ted J. Venable, COMUSNAVSO/COMFOURTHFLT, CNT Program Manager 1:30 Strategies for Maritime Interdiction: A USCG Perspective • Best practices for Latin American coast guards 12:15 Lunch • Partnerships and systems development • Interdiction strategies 1:30 Peruvian Challenges with Maritime Interoperability Captain Matthew Sisson, USCG, Commanding Officer, USCG Surveillance Peruvian Naval Research and Development • ISR challenges for the Navy of Peru Perspective • Total Domain Awareness 2:15 Latin America Maritime Surveillance: A Technology • Advancing maritime security Perspective Captain Fernando Zamudio, Capitán de Navío, Perú • Future advancements in surveillance technologies • Current challenges 2:15 International Maritime Organization Cooperation for • Lessons learned from failed experimentation Latin American Security Juan A. Hurtado, Command Science Advisor, Deputy • The global maritime environment Director, Science, Technology and Experimentation Stability • Developing international regulations Directorate, US Southern Command • Eliminating danger from maritime casualty Herman Gomez, Maritime & Seaport Security Expert, IMO 2:45 Networking Break (International Maritime Organization) 3:15 Maritime Liaison Unit: Leveraging Commercial and 3:00 Networking Break Industry Partnerships • What commercial maritime liaison unit does 3:45 C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism) • Partnerships with US companies and Latin America Program Evaluation • Capitalizing on current partnerships • New overview of the 24-hour manifest rule Commander David Edwards, USN, Commercial Maritime • The 10+2 ISF (Importer Security Filing) Liaison Unit – Latin America, US Naval Forces Southern, • Advanced cargo data Command (MARLU-LATAM) Albert Saphir, Maritime Trade Expert, ABS Consulting 4:00 Implications of Maritime Surveillance on Port 4:30 Tools and Technologies for Improving Latin American Security and Secure Commerce Maritime Security Examine regional port security with a significant focus on the full • Data fusion and automated tools for command center operations spectrum of supply chain integrity. This session will spotlight area • Wide area surveillance piracy in Latin America and leveraging the private sector for • Improving identification of threats maritime surveillance. Alan Westerman, Director of Port Security, Halcrow Juan Kuryla, Assistant Port Director, Maritime Services, Port of Miami; Héctor Arce C., Director of the Harbor Maritime 5:15 End of Day 1 Division, Costa Rica 4:45 End of Summit 4
  5. 5. Venue and Lodging: Register by Phone, Fax, or E-mail If you would like to be notified as soon as a venue is confirmed please email Phone: 416.597.4728 Email: Fax: 416.598.7934 Sponsorship Opportunities Are Available! Military, Government & Academia For more information please contact Andrew Drummond at 416.597.4728 or e-mail: Register and Pay Register and Pay Standard Pricing by Aug 28 by Sept 25 Price Maritime Surveillance & Save the date for these other Port Security Focus Day $500 $500 $500 IDGA events: (including Port of Miami site tour) Maritime Piracy Washington DC Metro Area Main Summit $799 $899 This category does NOT include government contractors; contractors are considered $999 Summit TM September 21-23, 2009 civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. Industry Register and Pay Register and Pay Standard Pricing by Aug 28 by Sept 25 Price Maritime Washington DC Metro Area Surveillance & September 28-30, 2009 Port Security $650 $650 $650 Focus Day (including Port of Miami site tour) Main Summit $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 Team Discounts* Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade 5 or more 15% Center, Washington, DC • October 26-28, 2009 * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. MARITIME HOMELAND MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by SECURITY Summit credit card payment at the time of registration. April 2010 * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6%sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18107.001 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches and refreshments. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Media Attire: Business casual attire is appropriate. Military personnel are requested to be in uniform. Partners ©2009 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or e-mail: 5
  6. 6. The Summit will focus on: IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor • Integrating underwater, surface, and aerial components for New York, NY 10017 maritime security • International maritime surveillance and interoperability • Defense of naval and port facilities • Defending under water oil reserves • Short and medium-term strategies in Latin American naval procurement • Successful partnerships for enhanced Maritime Domain Awareness to combat smuggling and protect national coast lines • Insights into the Virtual Regional Maritime Traffic Center – Americas (VRMTC-A) Your customer registration code is: TLS/AD When registering, please provide the code above. Featuring an EXCLUSIVE SITE TOUR of the PORT OF MIAMI 3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1 Phone: 416.597.4728 showcasing best practices for 2 Fax: 416.598.7934 3 E-mail: maritime ISR and port security! 18107.001/D/TP Register Early presents a training conference: & SAVE! MARITIME See p. 5 for details. FEATURING A SURVEILLANCE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER FACULTY THAT INCLUDES Brig Gen David Fadok, USAF, Director for Policy & Strategy, US SOUTHCOM LATIN AMERICA TM CT Valter Citavicius Filho, Commander Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil) Cdre Gary Best, MSM, Chief of Defence, Guyana Coast Guard CDR Fran Cloe, USN, OGMSA Latin American Creating Partnerships in Latin American Outreach & Coordination CDR David Edwards, USN, MARLU-LATAM Maritime Domain Awareness SOUTHCOM CAPT Fernando Zamudio, Capitán de Navío, October 26 – 28, 2009 Miami, FL Perú (Peruvian Navy) Bill Johnson, Executive Director, Port of Miami Ted J. Venable, COMUSNAVSO/ COMFOURTHFLT, CNT Program Manager Guy Thomas, Science and Technology Advisor, Global Maritime Awareness, OGMSA Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or e-mail: