Sectors

AMSAT INTERNATIONAL provides professional assistance across a diverse range of sectors. Recent projects have included strategy, planning, development and implementation in the following fields:

  • knowledge management
  • climate change adaptation and mitigation policy, planning and implementation
  • food safety and security including processing, inspection, certification and risk assessment
  • maritime safety and operations including communications, port state and flag state inspection and control
  • international treaty obligations
  • transport security audits, policy, training and consultancy
  • community development and alternative livelihood development
  • environmental planning and management
  • spatial planning and mapping
  • legislative, regulatory and policy development
  • public sector support and development of key staff including language and skills training.

Sectors where we are designing, planning and managing projects are:

  • Maritime transportation such as: shipping standardisation, ports management, navigation system, strategic planning.
  • Aviation such as: aerodrome standardisation, air traffic system
  • Environment such as: coastal management, coral reef management
  • Government such as: maritime education
  • Logistics
  • Energy
  • Climate change.

Within projects we also conduct analysis in scientific, engineering, economic, social and environmental aspects, consulting with our expert partners.

In area of maritime AMSAT INTERNATIONAL has broad and extensive experience in all key areas i.e. in project coordination in Indonesia, in policy development/advice and in training.

AMSAT INTERNATIONAL’s particular skill is its ability to access and manage Australia-based expertise into complex, multi-agency, multi-sector overseas projects. In this context, the staff of AMSAT INTERNATIONAL including its precursor AMSAT have assisted many regional and multilateral agencies including ASEAN, APEC, UNEP, SOPAC, SPREP, UNESCO, IMO, IUCN, WMO, IOC and IHO to design and define their respective work programs to ensure program complementarities to avoid duplication of effort and to contribute to international experience and data exchange. Inter-agency relationship management is often the key factor in successful overseas project delivery.