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Take a glance at the spending in the fiscal year 2017 Defense Budget. And see why the Navy is allocating a total of $70 million for four different unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV) and unmanned surface vehicle (USV)procurement programs.
In preparation for the 2018 Unmanned Maritime Systems Summit, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- US Naval Warship Engineering Priorities: Dr. Edward S. Ammeen, Ph.D Director for Marine Engineering, Naval Sea Systems Command US Navy
- GE Marine Gas Turbine Propulsion for Frigates: George Awiszus, Director of Military Marine Marketing, General Electric
- Impacts On The U.S. Navy’s Ship Capability Strategy: Gloria L. Valdez, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Ships), Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research
- DARPA’s Activities in Relation to UUV, USV and Mission Systems: Dr. Jim Galambos, Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office, DARPA
- Methods to Modernize the Fleet Using Information Warfare Tools: Captain William Lintz, Commanding Officer – Center for Information Warfare Training, U.S. Navy
The CMRE’s Role in Increasing Skills & Investment in Ocean Science to Protect NATO’s Strategic Maritime Priorities
Navy's across the world are shifting their strategic thinking into oceanographic and hydrographic vessels, ocean systems, submarines and maritime unmanned vehicles to enable maritime dominance over adversaries. NATO's Center for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CRME) is leading the research and experimentation of new technologies in ocean science to address security and defense issues within NATO countries. Dr. Warner, Director of the NATO Center, gave insight on the role of the CRME, how the Center supports NATO's maritime strategic interests and is strengthening relationships across sectors, and addresses the potential of new technologies in this operational environment.
This report addresses the increasing investment into oceanographic and hydrographic survey vessels, autonomous systems and ocean intelligence assets, providing greater context to the discussions to take place at the Unmanned Maritime Systems Summit.
We took a look how the Navy's FY19 Budget Request will impact ongoing maritime initiatives. Unmanned sea systems are critical for maritime surveillance, as the U.S. Naval Forces face maritime challenges globally related to national defense, piracy,international terrorism, illegal immigration, smuggling, EEZ patrol, and fishery protection.