Mar 22, 2022
SMi Group is delighted to announce that Mr Martin Jõesaar, the Chief of Project Office – iMUGS in the Republic of Estonia Centre for Defence Investment, will be speaking at the upcoming Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference, taking place on the 6th and 7th April 2022 in London, UK.
The iMUGS Consortium, in charge of a 32,6 MEUR project developing the European standard unmanned ground system (UGS), demonstrated how defence forces can use tactical 4G/5G communications networks and UGS’ equipped with ISR and signal intelligence payloads, jammers, acoustic sensors, and various other technology to conduct missions.
Latvian National Armed Forces used two Milrem Robotics’ THeMIS Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) during two scenarios to display the benefits of teaming up manned units with unmanned systems.
With only two weeks to go until the highly anticipated event, interested parties can register at: https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=23341
Mr Martin Jõesaar, the Chief of Project Office – iMUGS in the Republic of Estonia Centre for Defence Investment will be speaking about “Optimising The Interoperability and Standardisation of European UGV’s Through The iMUGS Project” which will cover:
In addition, delegates will hear from international UGV Technology providers at the forefront of the market (including Milrem Robotics – presentation to be released shortly), who will be able to provide solutions to potential challenges, whilst providing exclusive technical briefings.
This year’s agenda will cover the latest trends, programmes, products and strategies of RAS technology and delegates will be able to witness how this dynamic military field is shaping the course of warfighting today.
To find out more about the Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference, please visit: https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=23341
Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference
6th - 7th April 2022
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK
Sponsored by: Cognata, Elmo Motion Control UK, FNSS, Milrem Robotics, Rheinmetall Canada, Thales UK, and XTend Robotics