SMi is delighted to announce the return of Unmanned Maritime Systems conference taking place in London on 16th and 17th May 2018.
SMi has recognised that there is a continuing need to consider how unmanned platforms will be integrated into the fleets of the future. Integrating new ‘information warfare’ techniques with a new generation of unmanned and autonomous systems, navies are optimising their strategic position by utilising these platforms for ISR (Intelligence, surveillance and Reconnaissance), mine clearance and delivering lethal capability.
Unmanned Maritime Systems conference 2018 will build on the momentum generated from last year’s conference and the Royal Navy’s exercise Unmanned Warrior. As autonomous systems – ranging from aerial drones to underwater submarines – continue to be developed as a solution to the operational requirements of maritime forces, unmanned systems are employed to tackle problems such as mine clearance – without any threat to frontline human personnel.
Snapshot of Top Speakers and Experts:
Rear Admiral Keith Blount, Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff Aviation, Amphibious Capability and Carriers, Royal Navy
Rear Admiral Alfonso Pérez de Nanclares, Deputy Operation Commander European Union Naval Force Somalia, Spanish Navy
Rear Admiral Tim Lowe, National Hydrographer, UK Hydrographic Office
Captain Kevin Quarderer, Commanding Officer, ONR Global
Commander Jamie Sayer, Unmanned Air Systems – Mini Class TAA, Royal Navy
Commander Stefan Rings, SME Naval Mine Warfare, German Navy
Commander Yvo Jaenen, Deputy Commander MCM and Operational Commander North Sea Unmanned Communication Trials, Belgian Navy
January 31st and save £400
February 28th and save £200
March 29th and save £100
Register online at http://www.umsconference.com/evvnt
standard: GBP 100
Category: Conferences | Government and Social Sector | Defence and Military