ANALYSIS OF TECHNOLOGY FORECASTS AND MISSILE SELECTION ON THE COASTAL DEFENCE CONCEPT TO DEAL WITH MILITARY THREATS IN THE NORTH NATUNA SEA
In the face of military threats in the North Natuna Sea, coastal defense is necessary to protect the
coastal areas from enemy attacks. One of the crucial aspects in this concept is the selection of guided missiles
that correspond to the existing geographical situation and conditions. Currently, Indonesia does not have a coastal
defense system for maintaining its beaches, even though Indonesia has the second longest beach in the world.
In this study, an analysis of technology forecasts and the selection of the right guided missiles to support the
concept of coastal defense was carried out. By using the AHP method, decision-makers can determine decisions
with alternatives that have a criteria that weighs almost the same. Because without using methods sometimes the
decision taken is not the best decision, although at the time of making the decision it is believed that the decision
taken is the best. So this research is expected to provide effective recommendations in the selection of guided
missiles and the use of appropriate technology in the face of military threats in the North Natuna Sea.
Keywords: Missile Selection technology forecast, AHP Method, Natuna