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We are pleased to announce the 5th annual Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology conference
, between the 11th and 12th of May 2022.
Uncrewed systems are becoming an increasingly essential part of the world’s fleets as modern navies seek new ways to complete dangerous tasks faster, easier, and with fewer sailors and marines in harm’s way. To enable this, leading navies have recently been increasing their investment in uncrewed technology, so it has never been more crucial to explore the latest advances and opportunities and to align priorities between allied nations.Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology 2022
is a crucial forum for the discussion of current and future projects and programmes delivering uncrewed and autonomous technology. Bringing together key planners and decision makers from across the NATO-aligned world, this is the only event providing holistic coverage of uncrewed systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments. As the world's leading event, this conference is the global meeting point for the naval uncrewed systems community.
Key topics to be discussed include:
- Autonomy for MCM and ASW operations
- updates on key uncrewed platform programmes (such as UUV and USVs)
- preparing and supporting uncrewed systems for operations
- Crewed/Uncrewed Teaminhg
- UMS interoperability initiatives
- uncrewed hydrography and oceanography
- and many more.
Benefits of Attending
Key Reasons to Attend
- The leading event in Europe on uncrewed maritime systems.
- Hear the very latest from senior naval officers on the development and integration of uncrewed assets into the world’s fleets.
- Listen to comprehensive briefings on uncrewed platform updates, anti-submarine warfare, mine countermeasures, autonomy, and technological innovation.
- Meet the leading solution providers for uncrewed systems and receive exclusive product updates on cutting-edge projects.
- Meet and network with military and industry decision makers in uncrewed systems.
- Colonel Tom Ryall, Director of NavyX and Navy BattleLab, Development Directorate, Royal Navy
- Commander Antonio Anjinho Mourinha, Maritime Situational Awareness SME, NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)
- Commander Filip Clauwaert, Chief of Staff – Branch Head LL&A, NATO Naval Mine Warfare Centre of Excellence (NATO NMW COE)
- Commander Hatice Gomengil, Maritime Situational Staff Officer and Usage of UMS in MSO Concept Development Lead, NATO Maritime Security Centre of Excellence (NATO MARSEC COE)
- Commander Joao Carlos Lourenço da Piedade, Head of Innovation Division, Portuguese Naval Staff, Portuguese Navy
- Commander Paul Dröge, Branch Head Underwater Warfare Technology, Maritime Systems Department, Defence Material Organisation, Netherlands MoD
- Commander Paul Hornsby, Lead, Autonomous Warfare Systems, Royal Australian Navy
- Commander Tom De Vleeschauwer, Innovation Manager, Belgian Navy
- Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington, Former Commander Devonport Flotilla, Royal Navy
- Commodore Diogo Arroteia, Deputy Chief of Staff – Plans, Plans Directorate, NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)
- Commodore Steve Prest, Deputy Director Navy Acquisition (Equipment and Systems), Royal Navy
- Dr Roberto Galeazzi, Head of Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems, Department of Electrical Engineering, DTU - Technical University Of Denmark
- Lieutenant Commander Renauld Hock, Project Leader, Belgian Netherlands Replacement MCM Programme, Material Resources - Naval Systems, Belgian MoD
- Mr Darren Haynes, Deputy Head and Registrar of Defence Shipping, Defence Maritime Regulator, UK Ministry of Defence
- Mr Johan Wahren, Project Manager AUV Systems, Underwater Warfare Weapon Systems, FMV - Forsvarets Materielverk
- Mr Matteo Perrone, Project Manager R&D, Underwater Warfare Weapon Systems, FMV - Forsvarets Materielverk
- Mr Philip L. Hoffman, Uncrewed Maritime Systems Research & Development Coordinator, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- Mr Sean Trevethan, Director, NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation and Coordination Cell and Maritime Portfolio Lead in Defence Investments, NATO HQ
- Ms Andrea Bell-Miller, Director of International Programs, PEO Unmanned and Small Combatants, US Head of Delegation to the NATO MUSI Initiative and US Technical Project Officer for Unmanned, US Navy
- Ms Cristina Massarenti, Unmanned Systems – Business Development, Leonardo
- Ms. Schuyler Moore, Chief Strategy Officer, Task Force 59, NAVCENT, US Navy
- Vice Admiral Manuel Antonio Martinez-Ruiz, Director of Engineering and Naval Shipbuilding, Spanish Navy
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VenueCopthorne Tara Hotel
Scarsdale Pl, Kensington, W8 5SY