AMS visit the Asia Pacific Submarine Conference
Sales and Marketing Director Vicky Pigg at the Asia Pacific Submarine Conference
[05/10/16] Analox Military Systems (AMS) have returned from Fremantle, Australia, where they attended the Industry Reception at the Asia Pacific Submarine Conference (APSC).
APSC is a conference which brings together navies and military suppliers from around the world to discuss issues including escape and rescue and submarine survivability. It was hosted by the Australian Navy, with 53 representatives from 21 nations in attendance.
Analox Military Systems co-sponsored the event and were there to provide advice and guidance on gas detection solutions in submarine environments.
Products on display included the Sub MKIIP, a portable, lightweight monitor which has been created for use in a DISSUB situation, and COSAMS, a carbon monoxide monitoring system for submarines, which has no cross-sensitivity to hydrogen or water vapour.
This year the conference was preceded by Black Carillon, a three-week submarine escape and rescue exercise off the west coast of Australia.
Analox Military Systems also took the opportunity to visit some of their distributors and customers, and also visited the Australian Maritime Complex, where over 150 companies which service the maritime and defence industries are based.
Jo Burke, Key Account Manager for Analox Military Systems said “Although APSC is quite a small and intimate event, we got the chance to speak to representatives from countries including China, Indonesia and South Korea. It was also a good opportunity to go and visit some of our key customers, to see how we could help them in the future.”