Twenty six Australian and international participants will provide live demonstrations of their technologies. These include: 13 air vehicles 8 ground vehicles 14 sea surface vehicles 3 underwater vehicles Dstl is taking part in Autonomous Warrior 18, an exercise being run by the Royal Australian Navy and its Defence Science Technology (DST) Group which builds on the success of the UK’s Unmanned Warrior in 2016. Scientists, military and industry representatives from Australia, the UK, the USA, New Zealand and Canada, have come together to address The Technical Co-operation Partnership (TTCP) Autonomy Strategic Challenge, and will be demonstrating the Command and Control of a mixed fleet of unmanned systems covering air, ground, sea surface and underwater vehicles. The aim will be to use the unmanned systems to conduct military and constabulary operations, such as: arms smuggling; mine countermeasures; wide area situation awareness and base protection. Read More> https://www.gov.uk/government/news/defence-science-and-technology-laboratory-participates-in-the-latest-unmanned-systems-military-exercise-autonomous-warrior-18 #drone#drones #uav #uas #uuv #usv #ugv #DroneExpert #Tech #DroneOperator #Defence #Security #MOD
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