This is the 10th iteration of this meeting, the second time we have co-located three events, and the first time we have launched our Surface Fleet Technology meeting. With the Naval Damage Control Event taking place at the same venue, this will maximise the benefit to our attendees. It is a pleasure to welcome you once more to Farnborough, which with its size and links will be our home for the foreseeable future. We are looking to welcome >1,500 attendees representing >50 nations and >200 companies.
Nick Swift, SUT Defence Special Interest Group Chair, will be presenting at the Combined Naval Event. The subject and content of the session are as below. https://www.navyleaders.com/cne-overview
I am looking for novel technologies that I can present, using one or two slides, outlining the technology, how it’s used now, and how it could be used to protect critical national infrastructure on the seabed – you can include company logos and contact details in the footer if you wish. If you’d like me to present, at a high level, your technologies, please forward the slides, with notes if required, to me by the 12th May.
Commercial Technologies for Seabed Warfare
Review of current technology and best practice of commercial technologies that can be used to provide surveillance and monitoring of underwater critical national infrastructure
- Emerging threats – asymmetric underwater warfare and state players
- Current state of the art in uncrewed and autonomous operations in commercial operations that meet the requirements for seabed monitoring
- Applicable technologies and how they are being used
- Lessons learnt
- Engagement with end users – different business models
- Future trends