SAES is participating in one of the greatest defence exhibitions in South-East Asia: Indo Defence 2022, which takes place from 2 to 5 November in Jakarta. SAES presents its latest systems in underwater security, measurement and protection at the show, and will host a conference on smart naval mines.
SAES is taking part in the Indo Defence international exhibition in Jakarta from 2 to 5 November, organised by the Indonesia Ministry of Defence, with the participation of 59 countries.
A mockup of SAES smart naval mine, MINEA, is being showcased at the SAES booth, where B2B meetings are being held with companies and delegations of South-East Asian countries. Most of the interest is shown in SAES solutions on maritime security, underwater measurements as well as surveillance and protection of ports and critical infrastructures at sea.
The programme of events at Indo Defence includes a conference by SAES on 4 November at 11am with an overall introduction of the company, followed by a more in-depth presentation of the MINEA smart naval mines.
SAES is developing its products focusing on a constant innovation process in order to face the new trends and challenges in naval war. SAES naval mines can be activated by magnetic, electric or acoustic influences, thus improving their efficiency to protect and control strategic areas, straits, channels and other maritime zones.
Memorandum of Understanding with Indonesian companies
SAES has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with two Indonesian companies, to join for common synergies within the country in the field of maritime security.
The MOU signature has been formalised in presence of the Indonesian Defence Minister, Prabowo Subianto, and the Spanish Ambassador to the Indonesian Republic, Francisco Aguilera Aranda.
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