30th May - 1st June, 2017 | Copenhagen, Denmark

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Download the Joint Agenda for Arctic Patrol and Reconnaissance and Search & Rescue

Attend Arctic Patrol and Reconnaissance 2017 to:- Discover from the US Coast Guard how to adopt new sensors capable of improving maritime domain awareness, allowing you to better monitor Arctic traffic and deliver a responsive search and rescue function ...


Arctic Shopping list

Take a look at our "Shopping list" from the 2016 event to see what sessions and topics where covered at this key forum. 

Industry Survey Results

Covering 14.5 million square kilometers and split within the jurisdiction of eight countries, the Arctic arena is demanding an ever more prominent position on foreign policy agendas. As a consequence, patrol and reconnaissance activity is ratcheting up in line with the shifting geopolitical realities of an increasingly more fractious world....


Lars Hedemark Interview

Read this exclusive interview with Lars Hedemark from Danish Ministry of Defence. 

Bruce Jones Article

The article's author Bruce Jones has carried out policy assessments as an adviser for the NATO Secretary General’s Office, Downing Street, US groups and UK and other MOD/DODs on emerging threats, future security architectures and intelligence sharing. He is one of the few regularly to cover Russia’s military and the...

2017 Attendee List

Download the attendee list for Arctic Patrol & Reconnaissance and Search and Rescue 2017. 

[EXPERT INSIGHT] Searching For The Holy Grail In The Arctic – Review & Predictions From 2012- 2021

One of the last unconquered wildernesses on Earth, the Arctic region stretches over 14.5 million square kilometres and the territorial borders of eight nations in the High North.   Vast, inhospitable and sparsely-populated, this landscape of predominantly treeless, permafrost-containing tundra presents a host of challenges for military patrol and reconnaissance...

Interview Stig Oestergaard

In the following interview, we speak with the man who headed up one of the Arctic Eight’s centralised Arctic command centres, and ask him what has changed since the beginning of his tenure in 2012 and what will happen through 2021.

Market Report

Defence IQ Arctic Patrol Reconnaissance

Read Defence IQ's 2016 Arctic Patrol & Reconnaissance Market Patrol 


2016 Presentation for the US Coast Guard

At the 2016 conference Captain Kathleen Duignan, Director, Emerging Policy Staff, US Coast Guard & Mr Michael Emerson, Senior Arctic Policy Advisor, US Coast Guard presented on how the coast guard will achieve united states strategic objectives in the High North. Their presentation covered the following points: Highlights of the key action points as...