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CNE 2023 Agenda


    • Keynote Plenary
    • The UK's national shipbuilding strategy in line with allied interoperability
    • A global reinforced presence: where we see operations over the next decade
    • The role of industry in moving the Royal Navy forward
    • Submarine Technology
    • A new approach to delivery of capability
    • The Rapid Insertion of Technology
    • New approach to delivery of capability
    • Uncrewed systems complement crewed platforms
    • They can improve the UW picture especially in scenarios when crewed platforms are either unavailable or cannot operate
    • The benefits of operating SSNs with offboard systems will be illustrated with mission use cases
    Atlas Elektronik UK
    • Operational advantage at pace through the Rapid Agile Prototyping, Scaled for Operations (RAPSO) framework
    • How the UK is exploring emerging technologies: Heavy Lift Challenge
    • Blending past best practice with new ways of thinking: agile by default
    • Design considerations for the Next Generation Portuguese frigate
    • Mission modularity and flexible capability integration
    • The current threat and strategic objectives shaping frigate requirements
    • Expanding employment of uncrewed undersea systems for rapid environmental assessment
    • Use of robotic systems across the undersea warfighting domain for data gathering and exfiltration
    • Application of persistent platforms for critical undersea infrastructure protection
    Teledyne Marine
    • Visualization of complex information in realistic interactive representations
    • Integrating a continuous feed of disparate data sources to accelerate comprehension of complex maintenance, compliance, and compound effects
    • Collaborating inside virtual ships, facilities and dockyards to unify stakeholder understanding, and enhance0 judgement
    • Do present power systems fit the bill and what changes are required
    • Different approaches for high value and sacrificial platforms
    • Return to base and blackout recovery
  1. Marshall Slingsby Advanced Composites
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    • Update on present and future projects
    • Focus on innovative naval designs
    • Development priorities
    • T31 - doing things differently
    • Arrowhead 140 – designing an adaptable warship
    • Arrowhead 140 – adaptability paths, what we’ve learnt and what next?
    • ASW concepts for 2040
    • Technology trends
    • ASW deployables
    • Research and engagement opportunities with cyber-SHIP
    • Equipping the maritime sector for cyber resilience 
    • Challenges and opportunities for autonomy in the future of naval platforms
    • Keynote Plenary
    • Strengthening the maritime industrial base
    • Removing barriers to innovation
    • Closer collaboration with global partners
    • Keynote Plenary
    • Keynote Plenary
    • Submarine Technology
    • Submarine Technology
    • Submarine Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Submarine Technology
    • Submarine Technology
    • Submarine Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • The demonstrator program: operationalisation of technology
    • Ongoing demonstrator projects
    • Technical platform concept: a solid base for seamless capability development
    • Defining the CNI problem
    • Examining the basic requirements for effective CNI Inspection
    • CONOPS and available tools for the job
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    • Designing the replenishment at sea systems for FSS
    • How the operational requirements shaped the design chosen
    • Future operations for supplying the fleet
    • Combat cloud principles and challenges
    • Use case of the combat cloud in amphibious operations
    • Disruptive technologies as force multiplier
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Definition of Cross-platform interoperability, CMS capabilities to aid CPI and insight into ADVENT
    • ADVENT as CMS/C4ISR for Surface, Air, Subsurface and Land Platforms (HQ), including MUM-T and Mission System for UxV’s
    • Challenges for integrating distributed forces and Generating Common Operational Picture at Warfare Theater
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    • Current technology and best practice for surveillance/monitoring of UW critical national infrastructure
    • Emerging threats - asymmetric UWW and state players
    • Current state of UxV/autonomous operations in commercial operations that meet requirements for seabed monitoring and future trends
    • Enabling the connections between air, land, maritime, cyberspace and space
    • Progress on Portugal’s Maritime Operational Experimentation Centre
    • The lessons for digital interoperability being applied to requirements
    • Submarine Technology
    • Maintaining synergy between Fleets to improve efficiencies
    • Development of new capabilities while maintaining the ‘upgradable system’ and use of COTS
    • Future research priorities: Sarma-D XLUUV
    • Bridging the water gap: organic maritime insertion
    • Enhancing effect for mission success (sensors and effectors)
    • Concepts for employment: hybrid craft opportunities – manned and unmanned interoperability
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    • Threat context requiring a change of pace and approach in fielding quality AUV technology
    • Dull, Dirty, Dangerous missions suit AUVs and optimise scarce submarine assets
    • ‘Doing Development Differently': an opportunity to speed insertion and adoption at scale
    • Enhancing life expectancy through the use of innovative modular solutions
    • Over the horizon MCM: challenges and positives of these approaches
    • Updates to MCM ISR, C2 and Combat systems
    • Compound challenge posed by evolving threats at both ends of the spectrum
    • Managing the inevitable journey to increased levels of automation and integration
    • Situational awareness, operator visualisation, fire-control, collaborative combat and integrated autonomous capabilities
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    • Submarine Technology
    • Delivering today: the importance of maximising existing capability
    • Delivering tomorrow: the challenges of balancing future needs whilst maintaining existing operations
    • Delivering together: enabling a shared vision to drive stability and sustainability into future programmes
    • Transforming the UK's support and acquisition ecosystem, 
    • Programmes at the vanguard of change, delivering kit at pace
    • Working with partners - in industry and internationally
    • Operational requirements at the center of design for the new Reshef corvettes
    • 2030 operational requirements into the Sa'ar 5 modernization project
    • Outfitting fast patrol boats to combat modern terrorism
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Enabling launch and recovery to maximise the potential of USVs to enhance specialist operations
    • Current development of LARS for NATO navies
    • Flexible engineering considerations to meet the users needs
    Deck Marine Systems
    • Background to DIANA and current timeline
    • Innovations that allow technology to be exploited for complex scenarios
    • How to engage with DIANA
    • Advantages of Mission Modules for legacy and future platforms
    • Applications of mission modules for MCM and Torpedo Defence
    • Utilisation of mission modules with uncrewed platforms
    Huntington Ingalls Industries
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Threat is Positively ID @1000m or less
    • Rapid Response, High Rate of Fire Required
    • Deter, Suppress, Defeat w M134D
    Dillon Aero
    • Submarine Technology
    • Rescue system modernization
    • Adaptation methodologies of rescue systems to anchor handling vessels (AHTS)
    • Improvements to air deployability of rescue systems
    • Addressing the recurring threat during conflicts
    • The challenge of securing SLOCs
    • Developing future MCM systems to counter the threat
    • Golden thread between requirements generation through technology maturity and capability
    • Acceptance/integration (the next steps)
    • Introduction of the Weapon Sector Research Framework (WSRF)
    • Options for operational experimentation during the main phase
    • Design considerations during the initial concept phase
    • Update on the current program including outstanding decisions
    • Modelling and simulation for warship requirements and specification
    • System of systems concept for future warships
    • ILS and System Engineering to assure sustainability
    • The challenges faced when conducting planned and unplanned maintenance activities
    • Expanding repair capabilities using industry partners
    • The future role of additive manufacturing in naval support
    • Power & Energy Management Solutions for Current and Future Joint Force Mission Needs
    • Current & Future Challenges for Navy Surface Ships
    • Why Power Conversion and Energy Management?
    Northrop Grumman
    • Understanding ‘Squad’ surveillance concepts, both nationally and across allies
    • Reducing the likelihood of submarine threats via synchronised information campaigns
    • Challenges in realising the Allied Underwater Battlespace – Mission Network (AUWB-MN)
    • Enabling the UK’s next generation air defence capabilities
    • How do you achieve autonomous protection with weapon systems
    • How the T83 may be the next solution
    • Collaborative program to sustain the service life of the current Fleet
    • Analysing investment priorities between ASW ships and off board capabilities
    • How the Multi Role Ocean Surveillance Ship will impact operational effects
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    • Evolution of high capability, low SWaPC, HMS for naval platforms
    • Deployment of interoperable HMS on the Global Combat Ship
    • Future HMS developments
    Ultra Maritime
    • The PN's role dealing with emerging complex and dynamic security environments including hybrid warfare
    • Jointness as a central concept to ensure success
    • Modernising the fleet, enhancing operational capability with new warships
    • UK MHC programme Block 2 update
    • Maritime Autonomous Systems Centre of Excellence
    • Opportunities for industry engagement WISEX
    • Forward looking sonar solutions
    • Advanced algorithms and processing platforms
    • Presentation of results from recent trials
    Teledyne Marine
    • How energy is the new obstacle when looking at system development: Potential new sources
    • Commercial off the shelf solutions for future Navy’s needs: NSPA experience
    • Next stage developments for undersea innovations
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • A geo-commercial perspective on the importance of the seas as a global common
    • Threats and risks that commercial users see and fear from Naval mines
    • Thoughts on how navies and defence industry can better interface and work with the commercial sector
    • MUS as force multipliers
    • Operational Experimentation with MUS feedback from REPMUS 22
    • Future allied integration and interoperability with unmanned systems
    • Overview of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)
    • MMEA's new asset (The New Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) & Multi Mission Purpose Ship (MMPS))
    • MMEA's Future Asset Perspective
    • The Romanian Navy Divers Centre, missions and competencies
    • Use of simulation and wargaming training
    • Initiatives and development, the way ahead
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • How is the environment changing, and what does this mean for industry in the naval enterprise
    • Navigation in a contested and congested environment
    • Architecture that provides operational agility and manoeuvre in the EM Battle space
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Mitigating the operational risks of increased autonomy
    • Reduced situational awareness and cyber threat impact
    • Training requirements in remote operational landscapes
    • Recent changes in NATO
    • Integrating technology across multi- domains using NATO frameworks
    • NATO Maritime Air – the way ahead
    • Benefits of selecting a sustainable power and propulsion system
    • Power system selection for optimising adaptable mission demands
    • Why an OEM for electrical design/integration
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    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Understanding the role of onboard and offboard autonomous systems
    • Challenges and solutions for teaming autonomous systems with operators
    • Lessons from civilian AI developments
    • Overview of the conceptual design
    • In-depth look at the development of a ship synthesis model
    • How MUS integration and interoperability affect ship design
    • Submarine Technology
    • Overview of the KSS-III Batch-I and Batch-II programmes 
    • Enhancing combat systems on board
    • The advanced fuel cell system of the KSS-III programme
    • Evolving the Maritime Force to meet the UK’s Carbon Net Zero future: The influence of climate change on future systems and capabilities
    • The need for asymmetry and non-conformity in design to ensure technological superiority in the future
    • Becoming comfortable with an uneven and dynamic distribution of capabilities
    • The use of data for improving predictive maintenance capabilities
    • Developing forecasts for life-cycles of in-service components for effective maintenance planning
    • Industry opportunities for effective data mining systems to assist material sustainment
    • Using Digital Twins to manage predictive maintenance
    • Collecting, processing and using data in support of platform readiness
    • Reducing risk of delay in maintenance periods
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • An overview of the direction of travel of the RNs technology priorities
    • A characterisation of the RNs supporting tech innovation network
    • An explanation of OCTO's place within that network and a brief survey of its current projects.
    • Thought leadership in next generation vessel designs– from RHIBS to Aircraft Carriers
    • How innovative designs increase versatility, manoeuvrability and fuel efficiency
    • Solutions for adaptable, high performance & sustainable fleets
    BAE Systems
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • The dystopian future that we are now facing
    • The role that information warfare plays on the battlefield and off it
    • How to adapt and develop effective technologies
    • Modular mission packages enabling multi-mission assets
    • Maximising efficiencies with distributed technology
    • Bolstering existing platforms with scaled acoustics
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Understanding the future operating environment
    • Developing the C5ISR toolset
    • Challenges faced by navies considering C5ISR
    • Keynote Plenary
    • What are the opportunities in working with SMEs
    • Government and large-firm assumptions that help and hinder innovation exploitation
    • Success stories and lessons learnt
    • The unmanned naval ship – a system of systems
    • Design drivers and enablers for autonomous propulsion systems
    • Development approach - model based system engineering
    • Broadening the Diver Delivery Unit mission set to deliver capacity to support units
    • Scope of wet trials and implications for UDS operations
    • Looking beyond integration into fast response Fleets: Scope for increasing capabilities
    • Submarine Technology
    • The role of ISMERLO in the international submarine rescue community
    • Forthcoming exercises
    • Future submarine escape and rescue capabilities
    • Keynote Plenary
    • Commercial vs Naval operational readiness rates, why the difference and how to close the gap
    • What are the contract limitations holding these levels down
    • Key themes from the Danish Navy that will help our fleet moving forwards
    • Commercial vs Naval operational readiness rates, why the difference and how to close the gap
    • What are the contract limitations holding these levels down
    • Key themes from the Danish Navy that will help our fleet moving forwards
    • Framing the problem: USV's / Threats to trade waterways
    • Science of super-cavitation
    • Explanation of DSG munitions
    • RF payloads, air launched effects, inter-vehicle data links, data management systems, digital platform
    • Miniaturising core RF & Digital technology (from an RF EW perspective)
    • The role of the digital platform to rapidly sense/process/decide/disseminate signals, data and information
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Introducing the Tech Bridge Model reflecting international collaboration
    • The London Tech Bridge innovation pipeline for autonomous systems, novel energy and workforce of the future
    • Creating partnerships for problems and solutions: navies, industry, academia
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Applying the NavalX Tech-Bridge model as a partner nation
    • The London Tech-Bridge innovation pipeline for maintenance/sustainment and applied AI/ML
    • Stimulating the Royal Navy to identify problems that stimulate the US Navy, industry and academia
    • Solutions to maximise vessel time at sea
    • New technologies that can be utilised to sustain the fleet
    • Increasing platform medical capabilities via a R2 onboard hospital
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    • Securing the Red Sea from conventional and unconventional threats
    • Collaboration through training and exercises with allies and partners
    • Coordination and cooperation with other nations with the Combined Maritime Forces
    • How modern systems need to interact to maximise detection of modern threats
    • Mission planning, simulation and testing facilities for improved MCM development
    • Partnership programs for increased knowledge sharing
    BAE Systems
    • Why include operational scenarios in system requirements and impact on system design
    • Presentation of some sonar analysis results obtained during these scenarios
    • Future evolutions
    • Current programme schedule and execution
    • Challenges of the uncrewed and autonomous technologies
    • Feedback from a binational programme based on a new stand-off concept
    • Reframing the Baltic as a joint operational space
    • Essential missions and a new operational direction
    • Addressing expected capability gaps in the Baltic region
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    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • The sustainable and scalable benefits of employing uncrewed systems
    • The importance of international collaboration for developing sustainable technologies
    • US Navy requirements and opportunities for uncrewed system (enabling technologies)
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Persistence, capability and mission flexibility…KEY
    • Interoperability across multiple platforms…ESSENTIAL
    • Paradigm shift…HARD
    General Atomics
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • High-performance of sensors and algorithms
    • Robustness and reliability for demanding combat environments
    • Ensuring easy integration into combat and navigation systems
    • Ensuring flexibility and space for future technology systems on a Warship
    • Green energy solutions into navy operations
    • Training crew, repairing/upgrades without taking the vessel out of operation
    • Cross domain integration of MUS in the maritime task force
    • Ensuring allied interoperability and interchangeability
    • Extended and enhanced ISR operations with MUS whilst countering counter MUS
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Adapting current systems to ensure coherent requirements
    • The importance of establishing a design authority to become ‘NSN ready’
    • Timeline for S&T/experimentation opportunities
    • Innovation – unique technological characteristics of platforms
    • Leverage of MUS – unmanned when you can, manned when you must
    • Experimental test campaign
    •  New and emerging threats to maritime infrastructures
    • Vulnerabilities of maritime infrastructures
    • Frameworks for resilience and the way ahead
    • The fundamentals of advanced membrane filtration
    • Membrane Filtration Reverse Osmosis Systems
    • The benefits of Membrane Filtration when applied to fuel treatment onboard
    Pall Corporation
    • Minimising the risk to crew by removing sailors from the water
    • Maintain operational effectiveness by achieving successful actions in adverse weather
    • Containerized solution “The Cube” or as a deck welded solution
    SH Defence
    • Updates on Projects CHARYBDIS and CETUS;
    • Lessons learnt in agility and innovation;
    • Anticipated future direction for underwater autonomy
    • Submarine Technology
    • Updates on Project CETUS
    • Lessons learnt in agility and innovation
    • Anticipated future direction for underwater autonomy
    • Which technologies are shrinking the ocean with persistent UW ISR
    • Overcoming the challenges of persistence at range
    • Experimentation and analysis
    • Potential of diver networks combined with surface pictures to augment capability
    • Diver research plans in the pipeline
    • Results and lessons learned from participation in recent diving exercises
    • Growing importance of connectivity aboard for image/data dissemination
    • Understanding the challenges and of ensuring usable mission systems
    • Investing for the future: How best to enhance performance
    • Submarine Technology
    • Shifting industry expectations from aspirational design life to decade long warranties
    • How ‘fit and forget’ dual jacket sealing can safeguard critical components in the event of cable damage
    • Optimising system protection through moulding of multiple cables
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • The importance of airborne sensors in a time of increasing maritime threats
    •  Multi-mission sensors ready without reconfiguration in all missions
    •  Working alongside FW assets
    • How underwater warfare systems aims to achieve ASW supremacy and secure own assets
    • Considerations for contingency environment: Crew training and platform adaptations
    • Enabling AUV development for multiple mission types in congested environments
    • Background to the project and what it was designed to change
    • Progress so far and what has been learnt
    • Opportunities for industry to engage in the future of Project RENOWN.
    • Submarine Technology
    • The previous approach to maintaining effective operations
    • Priorities of development for the use of technology to ensure readiness levels
    • Embracing the industry angle to 100% support
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Analysing the current UAS challenges for maritime platforms
    • Analysing the risks associated with communication dependency and possible solutions
    • Limiting the impact of attacks on maritime platforms in the future
    • The challenges arising when conducting ASW operations in complex scenarios
    • Methods for maintaining the element of surprise for landing operations
    • Future UxV developments offering new operational capabilities
    • Submarine Technology
    • Main features, capabilities and performance
    • Systems integration in the platform
    • Certification process and Safety Milestones approach
    • Submarine Technology
    • Safety as a main driver for Submarine design, construction and operation
    • Relevance of applicable rules and procedures for design/construction
    • DNV Naval Technical Assurance and the Naval Submarine Code as comprehensive solutions
    • Submarine Technology
    • Reducing the time between discovery and response
    • Providing fast and secure communications in addition to increased data transmission capacity
    • Continued research in the development of underwater sensors
    • Monitoring and protecting UW areas in the Mediterranean
    • Systems integrating the network of sensors, platforms, and agencies in collaborative working
    • The R&D effort to provide technology solutions
    • Submarine Technology
    • Trustworthy cooperation needs secure communication (LPI / LPD)
    • Application conflict between ACOMS/SONAR inside the sound channel
    • Future developments like smart whispering modest approaches
    • Tracking UW targes is a critical and sensitive task for Naval assets
    • Training is expensive and time with submarines limited: SEMA ASW training target addresses this
    • SEMA gives realistic acoustic response and kinematics while remaining portable, reusable and affordable
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    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Challenges to face new scenarios
    • Opportunities from Digital Twins as enabled by key enabling technologies
    • People empowerment and Interoperability
    Matrix Professional Simulations
    • Submarine Technology
    • The adoption of systems engineering thinking at a programme level
    • Application across the Defence Lines of Development
    • Modern methods for de-risking capability integration and acceptance
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    • Using MUS for rapid environmental assessment of the theatre of operations
    • Evaluating future concepts for using MUS in an operational context
    • Understanding effects of the environment on operations
    • Submarine Technology
    • Enhancing mission management systems through AI enabled tools
    • Interchangeability standards enable human autonomy teaming
    • Employing uncrewed systems to extend effective wide area situational awareness
    • Exploring the challenges of fast and efficient manufacturing in defence
    • Current development of IT systems and how these are aiding production
    • Defining and delivering the Shipyards of the Future
    • Adopting a System of Systems approach
    • Increasing availability and removing single points of vulnerability
    • Breaking the link between platforms and capabilities – reworking the traditional model
    • Keynote Plenary
    • The contribution of Defence to the sustainment of skills enabling a national endeavour
    • The importance of relationships with local communities to support defence programmes
    • Workforce sustainment and the employee value proposition

    BAE Systems

    • A shift to uncrewed MW systems and what this means for C2 at sea
    • Future Planning and Evaluation tools and the role of industry in ensuring these are integrated
    • Assimilating, assessing and distributing data effectively across platforms and nations
    • Submarine Technology
    • Expectations on China’s next nuclear submarines
    • Conventional submarines
    • XLUUVs including what we know and what I expect will happen
    • Future-proofing the PA-Ng’s design during the study stage to accommodate technologies in the future
    • Upgradable combat systems
    • Industry involvement in the development of the carrier concept
    • Update on the Royal Navy's small boats development pipeline
    • Considerations for selecting power & propulsion technologies for small boat operations
    • Dealing with changing operational demands
    • How future operations could be affected by limitations in naval support.
    • Inter-operability for Replenishment at Sea
    • Balancing affordability with capabilities to support modern platforms
    • New challenges of deployability in special and underwater operations;
    • SDO-SuRS wide spectrum of capabilities;
    • SDO-SuRS ship and deployable assets programme
    • Keynote Plenary
    • How the planned Frigates are enhancing capacity in the region
    • The challenge of constructing ships in the region
    • Maintaining effective links with industry throughout the process
    • RNZN Overview
    • Adapting technology for small navy operations
    • Future acquisitions & opportunities
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Understanding geospatial data to support safe operations and optimise mission execution
    • Opportunities lost through an inability to keep pace with evolving technologies and standards
    • Infrastructure and operational planning services and the advantage of connectivity
    • The Arctic outlook, what is shaping Norway’s thinking?
    • Norway’s acquisition and capability development priorities for Arctic operations
    • Research and development programmes
    • Submarine Technology
    • Understanding the challenges of submarine operations
    • Benefits in sharing technical expertise in the development of systems
    • Increased collaboration in research, tactical development and training
    • Submarine Technology
    • Ongoing challenges with torpedo threat to submarines
    • Development of specialised missiles deployed from submarines
    • Future research priorities and opportunities to increase detection times and assist submarine evasion
    • Update on progress so far, Littoral Response Group developments
    • Integrating Commandos into the wider force
    • Future acquisition priorities
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Combat systems programme planning axioms
    • US Hybrid Fleet operations and implications for security operations
    • “Team of teams” for system of systems
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Developing EW protection against new threats
    • Improving on previous systems used by the Royal Navy in EW
    • Taking advantage of new innovations and technologies in internal mission systems
    • Submarine Technology
    • Why torpedo defence needs addressing
    • Next generation integration: Sensors, DAS and command systems
    • Future steps for the program
    • The OODA loop decision making cycle at Machine Speed, and the challenges of assurance
    • Concepts of system trustworthiness to achieve ‘calibrated trust' – illustrated by a human-centred ‘near-miss' incident in a deployed Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer
    • The relevance and opportunity that Trustworthy AI presents


    • High performance sonars suited for unmanned systems
    • Robust operation in harsh environments
    • Convergence of mine hunting and hydrography
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    • Submarine Technology
    • The underwater scenario
    • DRASS approach and upcoming challenges
    • Back to the future
    Drass Galeazzi Underwater Technology
    • Conceptual Foundations
    • The Under-Water Battlespace Future Vision
    • RN Capability Priorities in the Under- Water Battlespace
    • Subsea acoustic monitoring for ASW and seabed warfare
    • Fully optical thin-line towed array technology 
    • How optic technology can revolutionize underwater security

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    • Submarine Technology
    • Status of the A26 programme
    • Where we are and where we’re headed
    • Challenges along the way
    • Submarine Technology
    • New development systems
    • On the horizon technologies
    • Over the horizon needs and technological challenges
    • Discover and rapidly integrate state- of–the art maritime technologies for at- sea experimentation
    • Ensuring accessibility for non-traditional system developers to include small business and international partners
    • Joint experimentation in the maritime environment
    • Surface Fleet Technology
    • Current acquisition plan and impact on operations
    • Key development areas
    • Upcoming opportunities for industry input
    • Using big data and large language modelling to avoid technology
    • Understanding past investments and project areas for future investment
    • Determine where to lead, follow, or partner
    • Three reasons to worry less about the threat to SLOCs
    • What is the scope/ potential for the use of offshore windfarms as offensive assets
    • How best to work together facilitating military / civilian collaboration
    • How USV’s are ready to support maritime security and critical naval missions
    • Delivering commercial platforms into defence applications
    • Modular hardware and software to support mission requirements
    L3Harris Technologies
    • Submarine Technology
    • Operational challenges: specificities and developments
    • Potential solutions for tightening the link between front end and preparatory activity
    • Future long range navigation systems
    • How to empower personnel to be innovative
    • What the network looks like in practice and how it achieves its aims
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