DroneZone

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About the DroneZone Theatre

For the first time, UDT will have a theatre dedicated purely to uncrewed and autonomous capabilities, taking place on the show floor. The DroneZone will discuss the role of uncrewed systems in the increasingly complex underwater battlespace.

Whether stealthily gathering intelligence, detecting and neutralizing mines, hunting submarines or charting the ocean floor, the mastering of autonomy to support these tasks will doubtless be key to future success in contested maritime environments.

The new DroneZone provides a free-to-attend forum outside of the main conference for experts in the uncrewed and autonomous domain.

Sessions will take place throughout 8-9 December.

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View DroneZone agenda

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12:10
  1. Drone Zone Theatre

    Uncrewed and Autonomous Capability Requirements

12:30
14:30
15:20
  1. Drone Zone Theatre
    Development and Implementation of Artificial Intelligence    
15:40
  1. Drone Zone Theatre
    Development and Implementation of Artificial Intelligence
12:30
14:30

What can you expect?

Key areas that will include:

  • Future Maritime Autonomy Concepts
  • Uncrewed and Autonomous Capability Requirements
  • Command, Control, Communication and Navigation
  • Payloads, Sensors and Situational Awareness
  • Development and Implementation of Artificial Intelligence

Speakers include:

  • Captain Michael Brasseur, Director, Maritime Uncrewed Systems Innovation & Coordination Cell, NATO
  • Captain Paul Dröge, Head of Underwater Combat Technology, Maritime Systems Department, Defence Material Organization, Ministry of Defence Netherlands
  • Commander Paul Hornsby, Lead, Autonomous Warfare Systems, Warfare Innovation Branch, Royal Australian Navy
  • Commander Tobias Söderblom, Chief of Operations, 1st Submarine Flotilla, Swedish Navy


 

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