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MAST Asia 2017, Japan's only international 'Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies International Trade Show, Conference and Community Enabler' will be held in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, Japan from 12th to 14th June, 2017.

Biennial MAST Asia unites a growing global community of senior-level naval operators, technologists and procurement leaders from over 40 countries in: Asia-Pacific/Far East; Europe; Americas; Gulf States; and Africa, and of course ALL the key decision makers from Japan’s: Ministry of Defence; Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI); Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA); Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA); Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF); Air Self-Defence Force (JASDF); and Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF).

The 2017 edition is expected to exceed the 4,000 participants that attended MAST Asia 2015, to meet and discuss future missions/capabilities requirements and evaluate exhibitors’ state-of-the-art platforms, systems and solutions for their specific needs.

Long established as the only international conference and trade-show dedicated to senior-level technologists in maritime defence and security, MAST promotes debate amongst experts from surface, undersea, and air & space domains, giving new perspectives on developments to meet future capabilities. The trade show will provide plattform to the most innovative and world-leading maritime defence and security manufacturers and suppliers, agencies, research and technology labs, and academia.

Particularly focused on Undersea, Surface, Air, Space, and Cyber Platforms, Systems, and Technologies, MAST provides unmatched information, debates and networking opportunities, trusted and acted upon by Services, Government, Research & Technology, and Defence Industry worldwide leaders.

MAST Asia 2017 is supported by Japan's Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

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