Mar 23, 2022
With mine detection assets across several navies reaching the end of their service life and uncrewed assets being introduced to keep personnel out of harm’s way, there is a clear need for a high-level meeting to discuss the future of uncrewed Mine Counter Measure (MCM) capabilities.
The 5th Annual Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology Conference, taking place on 11th and 12th May 2022 in London, UK, featured briefings from experts who are driving thought leadership on UMS for MCM operations.
For those interested in attending the conference, there is a £100 early bird offer available until 31s March 2022. Register at https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=23470.
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Last November, an advanced remotely-operated mine-hunting demonstrator (as part of the joint Maritime Mine Counter Measures (MMCM) programme) was delivered to the British Royal Navy, which takes a huge leap forward for their autonomous capabilities in sea mines detection.*
SMi Group is delighted to announce that Commodore Steve Prest, the Deputy Director of Navy Acquisition (Equipment and Systems) from the Royal Navy, has joined the speaker line-up this year, who will provide an update on the Royal Navy's mine hunting capability and their plans to transition from conventional to remote operations.
The 2022 agenda includes more presentations covering UMS for MCM operations:
The full programme is available at https://www.asdevents.com/event.asp?id=23470.
Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology Conference
11th-12th May 2022 | London, UK
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