The 3rd Annual Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology conference is now open for registration

SMi reports: Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology returns to London for its 3rd successful year, on 8th and 9th May 2019

As technology and innovation continue to push the boundaries of operational capabilities in Naval warfare, Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology 2019 will be a crucial forum for the discussion of current and future projects and programmes delivering unmanned and autonomous technology for modern Navies.


The 2019 event will provide holistic coverage of unmanned systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments. The conference taking place on the 8th and 9th May 2019 in London will bring together key planners and decision makers from across the NATO-aligned world who will have discussions on the following key topics:

• Anti-submarine warfare
• Aerial unmanned maritime systems
• Autonomy in mine countermeasure operations
• Developing joint interoperability across unmanned systems
• Updates on key unmanned platform programmes
• The future of unmanned capabilities

Download the preliminary agenda at http://www.umsconference.com/roboticstomorrow

The past attendees of the two-day event include:
Aeronautics, ASV, Atlas Elektronik UK, BAE Systems Surface Ships Ltd, Boeing Defence UK Ltd, Canadian High Commission, Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, Current Scientific Corporation, Egyptian Defence Office, Elbit Systems UK, Embassy of Brazil, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH, European Union Operation HQ, FFI, Finnish Defence Research Agency, FMV, FN Herstal, Fr. Fassmer GmbH & Co. KG, German Aerospace Center, German Navy, High Commission of Sri Lanka, Hydroid Inc, Imperial College Of Science And Medicine, Inmarsat, Intrepid Minds Ltd, Italian Navy, L3 Technologies, Leonardo, Maritime Capabilities, Montpellier, National Oceanography Centre, NATO Combined Joint Ops from the Sea Centre of Excellence (NATO CJOS COE), NATO MARCOM, NATO MCM Centre of Excellence, Netherlands Defence Materiel Organisation, NOAA: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Northrop Grumman, Ocean Matrix Ltd, ONR Global, Optics11, OSI Maritime Systems, Polish Navy, Radley Consulting, Rafael, Rolls Royce Naval, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Navy, Royal Netherlands Navy, Saab Ab, Saudi Aramco, SEA Ltd, Seastema, SeeByte Ltd, Sirehna, Southampton University, Spanish Navy, STX France, Teledyne Gavia, Textron Systems, Thales UK, The Boeing Company, The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, TNO, UAE GHQ, UK MoD (DSTL, DE&S), Ultra Electronics Command & Sonar Systems, UMS Skeldar AG, United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, United States Embassy, University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, and US Navy.

Registration is now open and there is an early bird offer available until 31/01/19 to save £400 on your booking. To book your place, visit http://www.umsconference.com/roboticstomorrow

Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology conference
8th and 9th May 2019
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
London, United Kingdom

Gold Sponsor: Leonardo

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