Coherics staff from around Australia converged on Sydney for INDO PACIFIC 2022 International Maritime Exposition.
Coherics' ongoing commitment to supporting Australia's transformation to fifth generation training was again highlighted by the team holding meetings with Commonwealth and industry participants, including members of the Australian Defence Force and international militaries.
Coherics, a company once specialising in aviation training, was at the event to showcase and communicate with the international maritime community the benefit of investment in training and training systems.
Coherics continues to grow having recently hired a new Relationship Manager to service their growing list of clients.
INDO PACIFIC 2022 was the first major maritime event in Australia post-COVID-19. With over 25,000 attendees across the three days, there was plenty of opportunity to engage and network across industry and Defence.
Director of Business Development at Coherics, Stephen Baker, said in reflection of the event "congratulations to the AMDA (Aerospace, Maritime, Defence, and Security) Foundation for such a successful event. The vibe in the room was electric as face-to-face conferencing took off at Indo Pacific 2022. That electric feeling translated into vibrant discussions, and brilliant outcomes.
"We can't wait for the next main event so we can showcase our strengths and continue to discover where we can help our clients integrate their technology and capability into Defence."