ASV Global collaborates with UK companies for Unmanned Warrior
The Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior exercise, taking place this October, will see over 40 participants from industry, academia and defence operating unmanned and autonomous vehicles. Katie Woodward speaks to ASV Global sales and marketing director, Vince Dobbin, to find out more about the company’s involvement.
BAE Systems to demonstrate autonomous RIBs at Unmanned Warrior
As the Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior exercise kicks off this week in Scotland, we find out more from BAE Systems about some of the technologies on trial during this large scale unmanned demonstration.
Global Defence Technology: Issue 68
In this issue: The tech behind exercise Unmanned Warrior, trends in the world’s nuclear arsenals, Germany’s ambitious defence plans, spider silk armour for the US Army, the RAF’s future air capabilities, new trouble with Gerald R. Ford, and more.
Unmanned Warrior: the exercise planned in the cloud
This October, over 40 companies and institutions will flock to Scotland to demonstrate the latest unmanned and autonomous technologies for the maritime defence industry. Katie Woodward speaks to Esri UK about the challenges of planning an exercise on this scale in the cloud.
September’s top stories: IAP position on US Navy’s contract, RAN’s Hobart-class AWD's trials
IAP Worldwide Services wins a position on the US Navy’s global contingency support multiple award contract II, and the Royal Australian Navy’s first Hobart-class air warfare destroyer, Hobart, has completed builder sea trials at Techport Australia. Naval-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2016.