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Defence IQ Releases Survey Data for Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Study

September 5, 2012

LONDON, September 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –

Defence IQ, the leading online resource for military and defence news and analysis,
today announced the release of its Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2012 Report.
The report explores the key threats to global maritime operations and highlights which
maritime patrol aircraft capabilities will be in highest demand over the next decade.

A full copy of the report can be accessed here: Maritime Reconnaissance and
Surveillance 2012
[http://www.defenceiq.com/naval-and-maritime-defence/white-papers/maritime-reconnaissance-and-surveillance-2012-indu ]

The report, based on a survey of 114 defence professionals from within the maritime
domain, also examines the key areas for growth and investment in the market. Furthermore,
the study underscores piracy as a key issue within the maritime community and considers
what impact counter-piracy operations are having.

Andrew Elwell, Editor in Chief, Defence IQ, said:

“The piracy issue is a one that we really wanted to explore in this report. How are
navies and governments coping with the threat and what more can be done to effectively
combat it? One of the key conclusions that the report identifies is the need for more
collaboration between governments, navies and other maritime agencies. Progress has been
encouraging with organisations such as CTF 151, but further inter-agency collaboration is
required over the next decade to help stamp out the global threat of piracy.”

For more information, please visit http://www.defenceiq.com.

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