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14 - 17 September 2021

Excel - London

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South Theatre - Naval

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South Theatre - Naval

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09:00
  1. DAY 1: CARRIER STRIKE
    South Theatre
    480 mins
    • Naval
12:30
  1. Break
    30 mins
14:00
  1. Keynote Break
    West Theatre
    30 mins
    Commander Joint Forces Command speaking in West Theatre
14:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    Anti-Ship Missile (ASM) seekers are becoming increasingly more capable of using Doppler Beam Sharpening (DBS) radar modes as part of the homing cycle. Doppler Beam Sharpening (DBS) is a technique that ...
15:00
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    UMIS is the new generation Mine Counter Measure (MCM) unmanned system developed by ECA Group.  UMIS is able to carry out any Mine Counter Measure (MCM) mission, using a collaborative system of surface ...
09:00
  1. DAY 2: LITTORAL STRIKE
    South Theatre
    480 mins
    • Naval
11:00
  1. Keynote Break
    West Theatre
    30 mins
    Chief of the Air Staff speaking in West Theatre
11:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
12:00
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    This presentation will explore how asymmetric threats, in the form of UAV technology, are threatening conventional naval security systems and supporting next generation defence capabilities. Dating ba ...
12:30
  1. Keynote Break
    West Theatre
    30 mins
    Secretary of State for Defence speaking in West Theatre
13:00
  1. South Theatre
    60 mins
    • Naval
    The current and future operating environment for amphibious forces in operations and landings          Preparing amphibious forces for operations against near-peer adversaries and highly contested ope ...
14:00
  1. Keynote Break
    East Theatre
    30 mins
    Chief of Defence Staff and UK MoD Permanent Secretary speaking in East Theatre
14:30
  1. South Theatre
    60 mins
    • Naval
    The panel will explore the transition from traditional EW to a modern and combined EW and Cyber capability. The discussion will cover a range of subjects including data management, artificial intellig ...
15:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    The maritime industry is facing disruptive change driven by digitalization. One of the most visible changes will be the introduction of remote and autonomous ships. Their introduction will be driven b ...
16:00
  1. South Theatre
    60 mins
    • Naval
    Why is there a renewed focus on the Arctic region for amphibious forces? I.e. the growing importance of the Arctic region and shipping lanes What can non-native forces learn from those experienced in ...
09:00
  1. DAY 3: MARITIME SECURITY
    South Theatre
    480 mins
    • Naval
10:00
  1. Keynote Break
    East Theatre
    30 mins
    Minister for Defence People and Veterans speaking in East Theatre
11:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
12:30
  1. Keynote Break
    East Theatre
    30 mins
    Chief of the General Staff speaking in East Theatre
13:00
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    A key challenge in increasing the level of autonomy is the full autonomous planning (and re-planning) of a navigable route. Existing autonomous systems are intelligently following a series of waypoint ...
14:00
  1. Keynote Break
    North Theatre
    30 mins
    Cabinet Secretary speaking in North Theatre
14:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) is of paramount importance for navies across the globe – this presentation will explore the technological developments behind the latest compact acoustic sensing systems a ...
15:00
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    The MCM Community requires a fresh and revolutionary approach to the identification, classification and disposal of floating, tethered and mid water mines.  This paper focuses on the recent advances i ...
09:00
  1. DAY 4: INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT AND TOMORROW'S TRAINING
    South Theatre
    480 mins
    • Naval
10:30
  1. South Theatre
    60 mins
    • Naval
    Those militaries that can effectively field autonomous systems, and harness their advantages can, in one stroke, increase their mass, or use mass of others; increase precision; increase lethality; dec ...
11:30
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    Modern maritime strategy is focusing attention away from single unit to task group operations, with the capability that the Queen Elizabeth class carriers and their F35Bs will soon offer to the UK’s J ...
12:00
  1. South Theatre
    30 mins
    • Naval
    Continuous performance improvement has always been critical for successful shipyards.  The general focus of shipyard process improvement changes from time to time as new technologies and approaches be ...

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