The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a leading regional maritime country with a coastline of 3400 kilometers. Through Vision 2030, RSNF will update its future programs to adapt to the changes in the region in the coming years. An exhibition will be held during the Saudi International Maritime Forum 2022 to bring together local and international maritime companies. Modern marine technologies, equipment, and systems will be displayed at the exhibition. The exhibition will be an important event where maritime officials and industry leaders will exchange ideas and discuss concerns in an integrated marine environment.
1) Self-protection systems to protect vital sites against unmanned systems.
2) The future and challenges of anti-unmanned systems.
3) Robots at War - the role of autonomous systems in the future battlespace and the role of C-UAS.
4) Terrorist organizations use of unmanned systems.
5) Drone terrorism.
1) The role of military alliances in combating the threat of unmanned systems.
2) The danger of commercial ships suspected of sending and directing unmanned systems and ways to deal with them.
3) Ways of applying international law against countries that support terrorist organizations with unmanned systems.
1) The impact of artificial intelligence on the development of unmanned systems and counter-systems.
2) Methods of dealing with attacks of swarms of unmanned systems.
3) Development of on-board anti-drones.
4) Cybersecurity aspects of unmanned aerial systems.
5) The role of satellites in the evolution of unmanned systems.
6) Satellite-Controlled Unmanned Systems: A Security Overview.
1) The role of the military and civil sectors and the aspects of cooperation between them in protecting against unmanned systems.
2) The experience of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in confronting unmanned systems.
1) Security and protection of marine infrastructure from the threat of unmanned systems.
2) C-UAS: answering the "hard" questions before buying the "easy" solutions.
3) The impact of the threat and targeting of energy sources on the global economy.
4) The danger of targeting marine facilities and vital sites with unmanned systems and the resulting environmental effects.
5) Environment as collateral victim of UAV attacks.
SIM is getting ready for the next exciting edition of the Forum set to take place in 2024.