The Port of Tacoma is a major seaport and top 10 U.S. container port. Our strategic location in the northwest corner of the U.S. and focus on efficiency, reliability and customer service help to make us the easiest and best place for moving your cargo. Click here for more info

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With over 60 years of radar technology experience and over 1600 radar systems installed worldwide – including approximately 800 Vessel Traffic Systems (VTS), 300 Coastal Surveillance sites, and 110 airport Surface Movement Radar (SMR) applications – Terma is the market leader in the defense, security and surveillance sector.  Click here for full listing

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SAP National Security Services (NS2) - Gold Sponsor
Clients across the national security community count on NS2 to deliver solutions when security is paramount, stakes are high, and the volume and scale of data are too great to leave to chance. Our unique combination of startup agility and global stability gives our clients a competitive edge. We are 100% staffed by U.S. citizens on U.S. soil. Click here to learn more


Dallmeier - Silver Sponsor

Dallmeier is one of the world leading providers of products for network-based video surveillance solutions and has more than 30 years of experience in the development and manufacture of high quality complete solutions for the CCTV/IP sector. With the multifocal sensor technology Panomera®, IP cameras, recording servers, intelligent video analysis and software, Dallmeier offers complete systems and high quality components for stadium security which can be integrated easily into third party systems thanks to open interfaces.  All products are developed and manufactured on Dallmeier’s own production sites – made by Dallmeier, made in Germany – and meet the highest requirements concerning quality and reliability.  Click here for more info


The Council of American Master Mariners is a nationwide professional organization of active and retired ship masters and pilots in the American Merchant Marine. Established in 1936, the Council is a non-profit 501(c)6 corporation independent of any union, school or company. We are dedicated to advancing maritime and nautical science by fostering the exchange of maritime information and experience, promoting advances in nautical education and training standards, and the publication of professional literature.  Click here for more info


Maritime Security Outlook was born out of Homeland Security Outlook's production of dozens of maritime security conferences, workshops and trainings in the maritime security community.  After having crisscrossed America and the Caribbean, we have acquired the network and knowledge base of the challenges, successes and needs of this community.

From Marine Police, to Coast Guard, to CBP to major Commercial Ports, we have ridden the boats, sat in the command centers and engaged with the operators.  We have seen different operations and cultures from the Pacific Northwest to the Northeast to Southwest to Southern California to the Gulf Coast, to the Great Lakes, there are not many maritime communities that we have not visited or engaged with.

Maritime Security Outlook is designed to give the maritime security stakeholders, the information and connections to advance their operations, promote their solutions and network with other professionals.   Click here for more info


The RIB and High Speed Craft Directory brings together specialist boats, equipment and new technology for professional marine organisations worldwide. This unique online resource is used by military, coastguard, police, search & rescue and professional organisations operating Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) and High Speed Craft (HSC). Each Directory entry consists of concise information and a link to the relevant manufacturer. The Marine Seating category includes over 50 different suspension seats for fast boats. The Directory is accessed worldwide and has an online eNEWS section that goes out by email to professional sector end-users and OEMs in over 60 countries. Click here for more info

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