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main conference day one
MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE
THURSDAY, 30TH JUNE 2016 - OPENING CEREMONY
08:00
REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09:00
NATIONAL ANTHEM
09:05
OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CONFERENCE ORGANISER
Alexander Stephenson, Head of Engagement, Defence IQ
09:10
CONFERENCE PRESIDENT’S INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Almirante Jorge Montoya Manrique, Former Commander,
Joint Command of the Fuerzas Armadas del Perú
09:25
MINISTERIAL ADDRESS: PERUVIAN FOCUS ON DEFENCE AND THE GOVERNMENT’S
INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE OF PERUVIAN SECURITY
Reserved for the Minister of Defence of Perú
09:45
WELCOME ADDRESS FROM THE HOST NAVY
Almirante Edmundo Deville Del Campo, Comandante General, Marina de Guerra del Perú
10:15
OFFICIAL CONFERENCE PHOTOGRAPH WITH HEADS OF DELEGATIONS
10:30
MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
11:00
HOW TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IS SUPPORTING THE PLANS & POLICY AND
THE MODERNISATION OF THE PERUVIAN NAVY
Vice Admiral James Thornberry Schiantarelli, General Director of Navy Materials, Peruvian Navy
11:30
CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS FOR MEXICAN NAVAL SHIPBUILDING
Admiral José A. Sierra Rodríguez, Director General of Naval Construction, Mexican Navy
12:00
COLOMBIAN NAVY PRESENTATION
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Colombian Navy
12:30
THE ADVANTAGES OF SPACE-BASED AIS TRACKING SYSTEMS
Prof. Guy Thomas, Chairman, Global Maritime Awareness Institute for Safety,
Security & Stewardship
13:00
NETWORKING LUNCH
14:00
THE MODERNIZATION PROGRAMME OF THE LUPO FRIGATE AND HOW IT WILL
STRENGTHEN THE ANTI-SURFACE WARFARE CAPABILITY OF THE PERUVIAN NAVY
Captain Oscar Torrico Infantas, Commander BAP Bolognesi Frigate, Peruvian Navy
14.30
PANEL DISCUSSION: SYSTEM MINIATURISATION AND ENHANCED CAPABILITY: THE CONCEPT
OF THE 100 METRE FRIGATE, ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY AND THE PRACTICALITIES OF THE
APPROACH
15:30
AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
16:00
OPV APPLICATIONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Prefectura Naval Argentina
16:30
UTILIZING MODULAR SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT MULTI-MISSION PROCUREMENT PROJECTS
17:00
URUGUAYAN NAVAL PLANS AND FLEET PROJECTS
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Navy of Uruguay
17:30
CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
17:45
END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE
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MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO
FRIDAY, 1ST JULY 2016
08:30
REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09:00
CONFERENCE PRESIDENT’S INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Almirante Jorge Montoya Manrique, Former Commander,
Joint Command of the Fuerzas Armadas del Perú
09:30
MANAGING THE FUTURE FOR THE PERUVIAN NAVY FRIGATE FLEET BY MODERNISING
EXISTING VESSELS AND PROCURING 6 NEW VESSELS AND HOW THIS WILL PROTECT
THE NATIONAL INTERESTS OF PERU
Contralmirante Augusto Octavio BOHORQUEZ Villalta, Director of Naval Enlistment,
Peruvian Navy
10:00
OPV FLEET AND HIGH SPEED BOATS OF HONDURAS
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Honduran Navy
10:30
MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
SHIPYARD PERSPECTIVES
11:00
SHIPBUILDING FOR THE PERUVIAN NAVY AND THE VALUE OF SMART DESIGN AND
SUSTAINABILITY: CONSIDERATIONS FOR KEEPING BUILD AND OPERATIONAL
COSTS DOWN TO DRIVE EFFICIENCY
Contralmirante Silvio Javier ALVA Villamón, Executive Director, SIMA-PERÚ S.A.
11:30
TECHNOLOGY ENABLERS FOR NAVIES: ADVANCING THE EXPERITISE IN LATIN
AMERICAN SHIPYARDS FROM OPVS TO FRIGATES
Rear Admiral Jorge Enrique Carreño Moreno, President, COTECMAR
12:00
ASTINAVE: INTRODUCTION TO ECUADORIAN NAVAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Reserved for a Senior Representative from ASTINAVE
12:30
SHIPYARD PANEL DISCUSSION
Confirmed participants: SIMA PERU, COTECMAR, MEXICAN NAVAL CONSTRUCTION
Invited participants: ASTINAVE, EMGEPRON, ASMAR
13:30
NETWORKING LUNCH
14:30
UTILISING EXISTING INVENOTRY AND EMBRACING FUTURE PLANS FOR THE
INSHORE AND OFFSHORE DEFENCE FOR PARAGUAY
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Navy of Paraguay
15:00
GUATEMALAN NAVY PRESENTATION
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Guatemalan Navy
15:30
AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
16:00
THE STRATEGIC VISION OF THE BRAZILIAN NAVY
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Brazilian Navy
16:30
OPTIMIZING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WITH FIT-FOR-PURPOSE OPVS
AND SHIP-BASED UAVS
Reserved for a Senior Representative of the Ecuadorian Navy
17:00
CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
17:15
END OF MAIN CONFERENCE
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MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATION AND SHIPYARD VISIT
SATURDAY 2ND JULY 2016
MORNING
On the morning of Saturday 2nd July the Peruvian Navy are organising a maritime interdiction exercise exclusively for our
conference attendees.
Participants at our past conferences will be aware of how informative these demonstrations can be – providing a detailed insight
into the CONOPS and TTPs of the host navy while also demonstrating the speed and coordination of their assets. The day also
provides an opportunity to get out of the conference room, to network with delegates, and enjoy what is usually a fun and
exhilarating (but educational!) experience.
09:00
REGISTRATION AT HOTEL LOBBY
09:30
COACHES DEPART FOR NAVAL BASE
10:00
PRE-EXERCISE BRIEFING BY THE ADMIRAL IN CHARGE
10:30
MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATION COMMENCES
11:50
MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATION CONCLUDES
12:00
LUNCH
AFTERNOON
13:00
TRANSFER OF GUESTS FROM THE CONFERENCE MARITIME INTERDICTION DEMONSTRATION LOCATION TO THE FACILITIES OF SIMA
13:30
GUEST ARRIVAL, REGISTRATION AND SAFETY BRIEFING
13:45
VISIT TO THE BAP BOLOGNESI FRIGATE
14:45
INTRODUCTORY PRESENTATION BY THE MANAGEMENT AND VISIT TO MAKASSAR CLASS LPD
17:15
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY WITH REFRESHMENTS
15.30
TRANSFER BACK TO CONFERENCE VENUE
SIMA PERU
Shipbuilding is one of our major business lines. We offer our clients a wide variety of vessels, from large and small sea-going
commercial vessels to front-line naval units. We work under the highest standards always responding with innovative solutions, as
evidenced by more than eleven hundred boats sailing seas, rivers and lakes; meeting the expectations of their owners, many of
them designed by SIMA and evaluated by International Rating Companies.
We extend our activities to the field of weapons and electronics design, manufacture, installation and repair, for this purpose we
have a modern microelectronics design center, in addition to a great experience in sonars, radars, automated control systems,
cards and electronic modules, radio systems and electric transmission lines, manufacture and calibration of periscopes; among
others.
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