Agenda Day 2

Undersea Operational Requirements for the Asia Pacific Region
Chairman’s opening remarks
Session Reserved for Indonesian Navy
Subsea Operations within the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force

A senior representative from the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force

PANEL: Strategic Technologies and Future Capabilities for the Underwater Battlespace: How must Navy’s Adapt?
Platform Capability Development and Engineering
Update from Malaysian Navy’s Submarine Programme

Dr Razali Yassin, Director, Maritime Technology Division, STRIDE, Ministry of Defence Malaysia

Challenges of Developing and Maintaining Underwater Systems in Tropical Environments

Dr Aznida Yusuf, Head, Tropical Testing Centre, Science & Technology Research Institute for Defence, Malaysian Defence Ministry

Technology Advancements in Underwater Naval Systems

Dr. Nandagopan Obla. Ramanandam, Outstanding Scientist & Director, Naval Science & Technological Laboratory, Defence Research & Development Organisation, Ministry of Defence, Government of India.

Q&A with speakers
Lunch and networking
Strategic Update on India’s Submarine Programme

Commodore (ret) Anil Singh, Vice President, Indian Maritime Foundation

Development of Japanese Underwater Capability from the Naval Systems Research Centre

A senior representative from Acquisition Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA), Japanese Ministry of Defence

Simulation Studies on the Effect of out-of-Plane Loads on Submarine Manoeuvring.

Mr Mohammed Kareem Khan, Scientist, Technology Directorate (Hydrodynamic Research), Naval Science and Technological Laboratory (NSTL), DRDO

Chairman’s closing remarks, afternoon break and networking