MAST Asia - 13-15 May 2015 - Pacifico, Yokohama, Japan
   

Japan’s first ever
international defence event

12th MAST – The only exhibition and conference series for senior-level maritime* defence/security operators and technologists

Supported by

Ministry of Defense (Japan)
Defense Technology Foundation

MAST Asia 2015 will take place under the auspices of the Defense Technology Foundation, endorsed by Japan’s Ministry of Defense (MOD), Ministry of Trade, Economy and Industry (METI), Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF), with support of the US Navy’s 7th Fleet Command, Australian Department of Defence, and UKTI.

This “first in class event” will be the first in a series of events to be held in Yokohama (adjacent to the US and Japanese naval bases in Yokosuka) uniting participants from both Asian (not least Japan) and ROTW navies, coast guards and ground defence forces.

To meet leading naval/military operators and technologists from Asia and ROTW, in Japan, and discover future and state-of-the-art platforms, systems and technologies, there is literally only one event… MAST is a MUST!

* Undersea, Surface, Air & Space, and Cyber Platforms, Systems, and Technologies

LIMITED COMMERCIAL SPONSORSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE NOW ON A FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED BASIS

MAST activities

The content of MAST conference sessions echo around the Global Maritime Defence and Security community long after the final session ends.

Information trusted and acted upon by services, government, Research & Technology, and defence industry leaders worldwide.

Product briefings and senior-level networking opportunities abound in the international exhibition and FREE social functions: you will meet the game-changing global operators, policy-makers and technologists shaping the future of global maritime defence and security.

Join MAST Asia in Yokohama and get the inside track on future maritime security/defence concepts, capabilites and technologies from your counterparts, procurement executives, naval/coast guard officers and experts from over 40 countries.

…Long-term global maritime defence and security matters – Make it MAST!

Platinum Sponsor

Lockheed Martin

Bronze Sponsors

NEC

Atlas Elektronik

BAE Systems

DTF

GE

General Atomics

L3 Communications

Saab Defence & Security

Thales

UK Trade & Investment

Technical Sponsors

American Society of Naval Engineers
Australian Government Department of Defence, Defence Society and Technology Organisation
Centrum Techniki Morskiej
DGA
DSO
IET
IEEE
International Federation of Hydrographic Societies
Ministère De La Défense
Naval Submarine League
NATO Centre for Maritime Research & Experimentation
IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society
Object Management Group
Submarine Institute of Australia
SUT (Society for Underwater Technology)
Swedish Defence and Security Export Agency
TNO
 

Lead International Media Partners

Mönch
Naval Forces
Savunma ve Havacilik

Media Partners

The Chanakya Aerospace Defence & Maritime Review
Fuerzas Militares
International Ocean Systems
LAGUK
Marine & Commerce
Maritime & Port Security
Sub-Marine
21st Century Asian Arms Race
 

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