The INDO PACIFIC International Maritime Exposition is a three day event incorporating a comprehensive industry exhibition showcasing 700+ naval defence and commercial maritime organisations from around the world as well as a comprehensive conference program featuring 50+ conference sessions, presentations, forums and symposia from leading maritime organisations including the Royal Australian Navy.
The program covers a range of topics from the spectrum of opportunities and issues currently facing the maritime industry, academia and government within Australian and the Indo-Pacific region, including shipbuilding and sustainment, nuclear technology, autonomous drone use in the maritime sphere, emergency response and many more.
Attendance to all three days of INDO PACIFIC 2022 is free* with registration now open to accredited Trade Visitors.
*Note: Fees apply to the International Maritime Conference and AAUS sessions
The INDO PACIFIC 2022 International Maritime Exposition is set to be the biggest in the event's 22 year history incorporating a three day industry exposition and more than 50 major conferences, presentations and symposia.
Explore the INDO PACIFIC 2022 premium conference and event program here.
The Royal Australian Navy’s Sea Power 22 conference will explore the broad theme ‘The Indo-Pacific Maritime Domain in the 21st Century - A Commonality of Purpose’.
It will focus on Australia and the Indo Pacific, Grey Zone operations at sea and the Maritime Ecosystem (industry, technology and education).
The Royal Australian Navy’s King-Hall History Conference references historic naval events and issues to inform today’s RAN operations, strategy and diplomacy.
The Conference is hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and organised by the Sea Power Centre – Australia.
Organised by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology and Engineers Australia, IMC2022 will focus on the latest developments in marine engineering and maritime technology; both in the areas of defence and commercial shipping.
The Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems (AAUS) is Australia’s largest industry advocacy group for uncrewed systems, representing the community across land, sea and air.
The AAUS INDO PACIFIC Conference will focus on applications and issues for uncrewed vehicles in the maritime domain.
The Innovation Pitchfest features a series of three-minute presentations from defence, academia and industry, to an audience of potential customers, research partners and venture capitalists.
Entries are judged on their idea’s novelty, application and potential, plus the pitcher’s ability to convey their message to a general audience in just three minutes.
Recent natural disasters have seen ever closer cooperation between the Royal Australian Navy, civil agencies and industry in helping communities to endure and recover.
INDO PACIFIC will provide a timely forum on the lessons, strategies, issues and tools that are being incorporated in response strategies at all levels to prepare communities for future emergencies.