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Today's and Tomorrow's Maritime Autonomy

09 Dec 2020
  • Autonomous unmanned systems have the potential to, and are already, being employed to augment and replace human operators in conducting dull, dangerous, dirty and difficult tasks.
  • AEUK’s multi-role, reconfigurable ARCIMS Unmanned Surface Vessel, supported by mission specific payloads, is already providing autonomous mine countermeasures and anti-submarine warfare capabilities.
  • This is underpinned by AEUK’s platform agnostic autonomy system comprising an onboard control unit, command and control, HMI and displays, situational awareness and collision avoidance, and autonomous behaviours.
  • This paper explores future requirements and developments in maritime autonomy and the opportunities and challenges in fielding this capability across the broader spectrum of maritime warfare.
Speakers
Ian Renton, Principal Software Engineer, Combat Systems - ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK Ltd


 

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