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Indo Defence 2022 Expo & Forum 2-5 November | Jakarta, Indonesia

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Indo Defence 2022 | Advanced Navigation

Advanced Navigation is proud to be joining Team Defence Australia at the 9th Indo Defence Expo & Forum this November. Visit us at the Australia pavilion, where the company will be showcasing defence navigation systems with field-proven PNT under demanding conditions to the Southeast Asian market.

When: 2-5 November 2022

Location: Jakarta International Expo -RW.10, East Pademangan, Pademangan, Central Jakarta City, Jakarta 14410, Indonesia (Google Maps)

Stand/Booth: Hall C, Booth 130


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Indo Defence 2022 Expo & Forum

The Indo Defence Expo & Forum celebrates is 9th anniversary. It is hosted by the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Indonesia, and is held concurrently with the Indo Aerospace and Indo marine exhibitions. The Indo Defence Expo & Forum will be one of the Asia Pacific region’s largest defence, aerospace, and maritime events, hosting over 30 000 visitors from more than 60 countries. The expo will have dedicated zones to feature the latest products and innovation across: military medicine, new innovation, defence security and thematic technical product presentations for defence industries.

Main INS, fibre optic gyro and robotics technologies on display


Digital Fibre Optic Gyro





Meet our Advanced Navigation Team at Indo Defence 2022 Expo & Forum

Richard Loh
Sales Executive – APAC

“Working at Advanced Navigation I get to be part of an enthusiastic team that will define the future of autonomous industries, and this excites me greatly!

The products coupled with AI and a Neural Network Algorithm will bring technology to a new level for sure. Advanced Navigation’s design philosophy based on SWaP-C will certainly surprise APAC customers and bring our products to a whole new dimension.”

Esa Attia | Product Manager - Inertial Navigation

Esa Attia
Product Manager – INS

Esa is the INS Product Manager at Advanced Navigation where he defines what the next generation of INS products will look like. He has over fifteen years of experience in designing, building and deploying ground and aerial field robotic systems in the aerospace, ecology, STEM education and agriculture industries.