NATO allied nations from last year’s NATO Summit to attend Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology 2019
NATO allied nations including UK, Poland, Germany, Netherlands & Belgium will be attending Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology in London this May.
After the NATO Summit in Brussels last year, Defence Ministers from thirteen NATO Allies signed a declaration of intent to cooperate on the introduction of Maritime Unmanned Systems.
This new initiative will enable countries including Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and the United Kingdom amongst many others to work together to create increasingly sophisticated and more interoperable unmanned, maritime vehicles and systems.
For NATO and allies, the use of unmanned systems is a leap forward in maritime technology and will enable nations to be significantly more effective in crucial areas such as detecting and clearing mines (Mine Counter Measures - MCM) and finding and tracking submarines (Anti-Submarine Warfare - ASW).
Working alongside traditional naval assets, these unmanned systems will increase both situational awareness and control of the seas.
For this reason, SMi Group are pleased to host the 3rd annual Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology (UMST) taking place in London on the 8th and 9th May 2019. Delegates at the two-day conference will hear more about the cooperation from NATO, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, and the United Kingdom.
These nations will be presenting exclusively on the very latest advancements in unmanned and autonomous technology.
UMST 2019 is the only conference providing holistic coverage of unmanned systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments.
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