SAE Media Group are pleased to announce the 5th annual Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology conference, between the 11th and 12th of May 2022.

Uncrewed systems are becoming an increasingly essential part of the world’s fleets as modern navies seek new ways to complete dangerous tasks faster, easier, and with fewer sailors and marines in harm’s way. To enable this, leading navies have recently been increasing their investment in uncrewed technology, so it has never been more crucial to explore the latest advances and opportunities and to align priorities between allied nations.

Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology 2022 is a crucial forum for the discussion of current and future projects and programmes delivering uncrewed and autonomous technology. Bringing together key planners and decision makers from across the NATO-aligned world, this is the only event providing holistic coverage of uncrewed systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments. As the world's leading event, this conference is the global meeting point for the naval uncrewed systems community.

Key topics to be discussed include: Autonomy for MCM and ASW operations, updates on key uncrewed platform programmes (such as UUV and USVs), preparing and supporting uncrewed systems for operations, Crewed/Uncrewed Teaming, UMS interoperability initiatives, uncrewed hydrography and oceanography, and many more.

Key Reasons to Attend
  • The leading event in Europe on uncrewed maritime systems.
  • Hear the very latest from senior naval officers on the development and integration of uncrewed assets into the world’s fleets.
  • Listen to comprehensive briefings on uncrewed platform updates, anti-submarine warfare, mine countermeasures, autonomy, and technological innovation.
  • Meet the leading solution providers for uncrewed systems and receive exclusive product updates on cutting-edge projects.
  • Meet and network with military and industry decision makers in uncrewed systems.

ASELSAN A.S.; Atlas-Elektronik; AutoNaut; Babcock International ; Belgian Navy; BMT; Canadian High Commission; Chrisar Software Technologies; City, University of London; DE&S Commercially Supported Shipping; DGA Naval Systems; DSTL; ECA Robotics; German Navy; Hydroid Inc; Inmarsat; Leonardo; Leonardo Helicopters UK; MOD NL; NATO CMRE; Naval Criminal Investigative Service; Naval Group; Nortek; Northrop Grumman; OSI Maritime Systems; Rolls Royce ; Royal Navy; Royal Navy UK; Schiebel Technology, Inc.; SEA Ltd; Sirius Constellation; STM Savunma Teknolojileri Müh. ve Tic A.S.; STM Savunma Teknolojileri Muhendislik ve Ticaret A.S; Thales UK; Thinke Company Ltd; UAV Point Recovery Solutions For Ships and Land; United States Defense Attache Office;

Conference programme

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington

Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington, Former Commander Devonport Flotilla, Royal Navy

9:00 Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) in Future NATO Maritime Operations

Commodore Diogo Arroteia

Commodore Diogo Arroteia, Deputy Chief of Staff – Plans, Plans Directorate, NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)

- MARCOM’s vision on the future NATO MARITIME OPERATIONS with the integration of MUS
- Trends, enablers and operational/tactical consequences of MUS role in the Alliance future MARITIME OPERATIONS
- Contribution of NATO’s Exercise DYNAMIC MESSENGER for MUS operational experimentation and capability development.

9:30 Developing the Royal Navy’s Uncrewed Assets through the NavyX Autonomy and Lethality Accelerator

Colonel Tom Ryall

Colonel Tom Ryall, Director of NavyX and Navy BattleLab, Development Directorate, Royal Navy

- The mission of the NavyX Autonomy and Lethality Accelerator project and priorities for equipping Royal Navy sailors with cutting-edge autonomous technology
- Updates from REPMUS 2021 and the testing and evaluation of UMS from the Exercise
- Current UMS development projects and their future roles in the fleet to increase mass and effect in a global navy
- Crewed/uncrewed teaming: creating effective ‘wingmen’ for the Royal Navy’s ships and sailors

10:00 Leonardo’s Maritime Optimised UAS Capabilities

- The wide range of fixed and rotary wing Unmanned Air Systems
- Mission systems and sensors

Ms Cristina Massarenti

Ms Cristina Massarenti, Unmanned Systems – Business Development, Leonardo

Dr Andrea Maccapani

Dr Andrea Maccapani, Engineering Architect Unmanned System Unit, Leonardo

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 The NATO MUS IAB and OCEAN 2020 Initiatives: Furthering the Mission of Developing Uncrewed System Capabilities for the Alliance

Mr Sean Trevethan

Mr Sean Trevethan, Director, NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation and Coordination Cell and Maritime Portfolio Lead in Defence Investments, NATO HQ

  • An outline of the NATO MUS Innovation Advisory Board with rationale for introduction
  • Aims, objectives, progress and challenges to date
  • Cooperation and development with military, industry and academic partners
  • How NATO’s Digital Transformation will affect the Maritime Domain, and vice versa
  • 11:30 The Activities and Results of Task Force 59 - The Rapid Development of Maritime Uncrewed Systems to Achieve Maritime Domain Overmatch

    Ms. Schuyler Moore

    Ms. Schuyler Moore, Chief Strategy Officer, Task Force 59, NAVCENT, US Navy
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    - The Mission of Task Force 59 in creating naval overmatch with uncrewed maritime systems
    - The TF 59 Design Sprint and other innovation challenges of Task Force 59 for the development of UMS and AI capabilities
    - Challenges to integrating UMS and AI into fleet operations
    - The future of the Task Force and the roadmap to future integration and innovation with UMS

    12:00 Maritime Mobile City Battlespace

    Mr Adam Smith

    Mr Adam Smith, Managing Director, Intrepid Minds

    • State actors traditionally set up bases in other countries or more recently started building their own islands.
    • Force projection is costly and limited
    • Strategies change and develop over time so having a static base can be overcome
    • This presentation will show a concept being developed within civilian industry which could have dual usage to support low-cost mobile facilities from coastlines to oceans

    12:30 Lunch Break

    13:30 Royal Navy Mine Hunting Capability (MHC): Transitioning from Conventional to Remote Operations

    Commodore Steve Prest

    Commodore Steve Prest, Deputy Director Navy Acquisition (Equipment and Systems), Royal Navy

    • The concept & strategy of transitioning to Remote & Autonomous MCM
    • MHC Programme 'Blocks’ and spiral development
    • Capability advances (and potential disadvantages) in the introduction of MHC off-board systems
    • Perceived Defence Lines of Development challenges in the transition to remote operations

    14:00 Interoperability; Essential for an Effective MCM Capability by Autonomous Systems

    Commander Filip Clauwaert

    Commander Filip Clauwaert, Incoming Director , NATO Naval Mine Warfare Centre of Excellence (NATO NMW COE)

    - Naval Mine Warfare operations are a combination of effort that requires more than the technical ability to work together
    - In order to counter the present and future mine threat and make use of sea mines for NATO’s own strategic operational or tactical purposes, there must be cooperation between Multinational, Joint and Combined Forces as well as maritime industry, research and educational institutions
    - Autonomous does not mean without humans. With present and future autonomous systems, human interaction with these systems is still vital in order to make it an effective MCM capability

    14:30 Belgium/Netherlands Joint rMCM Programme to Transform Maritime Security and Free Passage

    Lieutenant Commander Renauld Hock

    Lieutenant Commander Renauld Hock, Project Leader, Belgian Netherlands Replacement MCM Programme, Material Resources - Naval Systems, Belgian MoD

    • The innovative BE/NL MCM programme
    • Concept of Operation
    • Scope
    • Execution

    15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division: R&D of Unmanned Vehicles and Autonomous Maritime Systems

    Mr Robert Iannuzzi

    Mr Robert Iannuzzi, Director of Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Development and Integration, Naval Surface Warfare Center, US Navy

    16:00 Promoting Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) Integration into Maritime Operations

    Commander Antonio Anjinho Mourinha

    Commander Antonio Anjinho Mourinha, Maritime Situational Awareness SME, NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)

    - The new NATO exercise for MUS integration into maritime operations: Dynamic Messenger (DYMS)
    - Relation with the Portuguese REP(MUS) exercise
    - NATO approach to MUS Capability Development in DYMS
    - DYMS 22: Scope & Scenario
    - Concept for MUS use in maritime operations

    16:30 Portuguese Navy Operational Experimentation: Creating an Innovative Environment for Uncrewed Systems Research and Development (VIRTUAL PRESENTATION)

    Lieutenant Commander Ricardo Faias Martins

    Lieutenant Commander Ricardo Faias Martins, Innovation Division, Portuguese Navy

    - Operational UMS capabilities of the Portuguese Navy and technological requirements
    - Operational Experimentation (OPEX) requirements for MUS development
    - The Technological Guerrilla Mindset – A focus on UxS rapid prototyping, testing and OPEX for the development of innovative UMS
    - Feedback from the REPMUS 21 Exercises and the future MUS capabilities for the Portuguese Navy

    17:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington, Former Commander Devonport Flotilla, Royal Navy

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington, Former Commander Devonport Flotilla, Royal Navy

    9:00 Exploiting the Opportunities and Realising the Challenges of Autonomous and Uncrewed Systems to the Advantage of the Spanish Navy

    Vice Admiral Manuel Antonio Martinez-Ruiz

    Vice Admiral Manuel Antonio Martinez-Ruiz, Director of Engineering and Naval Shipbuilding, Spanish Navy

    - The Spanish Navy’s effort to digitalise systems and integrate UMS capabilities
    - Opportunities and challenges inherent with the introduction of uncrewed systems
    - Updates to developing autonomy in UMS from the Spanish Navy
    - International cooperation to furthering UMS for naval forces

    9:30 Unmanned Maritime Systems: Navantia’s Experience and Challenges

    • Navantia’s USV “Vendaval”
    • Extracts of recent USV “Vendaval” demos
    • Technical and administrative challenges

    Mr Jaime Johnson

    Mr Jaime Johnson, Systems Business Development Manager, Navantia S.A.

    Mr Mateo Rodriguez

    Mr Mateo Rodriguez, Systems Business Development Manager, Navantia S.A.

    10:00 Advancing the Mission of the MARSEC COE by proposing Maritime Unmanned Systems (UMS) Concept in Maritime Security Operations (MSO) (VIRTUAL PRESENTATION)

    Commander Hatice Gomengil

    Commander Hatice Gomengil, Maritime Situational Staff Officer and Usage of UMS in MSO Concept Development Lead, NATO Maritime Security Centre of Excellence (NATO MARSEC COE)

    - The mission and composition of the NATO Maritime Security Centre of Excellence and its contributions to maritime domain.
    - The usage of MUS in MSO and MARSEC COE’s concept development efforts
    - Maritime Security CPX Exercises to enhance maritime security, focusing on MSO by enhancing awareness, cooperation and interoperability

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 A Pathway to Optimisng AI Technology for Future Royal Australian Navy Operations (VIRTUAL PRESENTATION)

    Commander Paul Hornsby

    Commander Paul Hornsby, Lead, Autonomous Warfare Systems, Royal Australian Navy

    - The RAS-AI 2040 Strategy and now this leads to enhanced UMS autonomy for the Royal Australian Navy
    - Results from the sea trials using AI capabilities for search-and-rescue (SAR) operations
    - Current challenges and future requirements to autonomy development

    11:30 Four Dimensions to Enhance Human Trust in Autonomous Systems

    Commander Tom De Vleeschauwer

    Commander Tom De Vleeschauwer, Innovation Manager, Belgian Navy

    - We are seeking innovative solutions that address how trust in autonomous systems can be established and strengthened.
    - Trust from humans to autonomous agents is governed by a trust-triangle, which defines three basic factors that define the appropriateness of trust & mistrust of humans in autonomous systems. Next to these human factors aspects, there is also an important socio-ethical dimension
    - In order to better align the behavior of the autonomous agents, it is required to develop a simulation environment, where a digital twin can be extensively proofed under a wide scale of open-ended scenarios

    12:00 Shaping the Evolution of Autonomy for UMS with FMV and the Swedish Armed Forces

    Mr Matteo Perrone

    Mr Matteo Perrone, Project Manager R&D, Underwater Warfare Weapon Systems, FMV - Forsvarets Materielverk

    - From man in the loop to man on the loop – how to optimize the transition for different navies
    - Understanding the challenges for maritime autonomy – Including navigation, tracking and mapping capabilities
    - An overview of the autonomous capabilities for UMS being developed by the FMV including integration of AI and enhanced sensor functions
    - Key success factors for integration of unmanned systems in the the Swedish Armed Forces
    - Working with industry and academia partners to unlock the potential of maritime autonomy

    12:30 Lunch Break

    13:30 Some (Dutch) Thoughts on a Deployable Semi-Autonomous ASW Barrier

    Commander Paul Dröge

    Commander Paul Dröge, Branch Head Underwater Warfare Technology, Maritime Systems Department, Defence Material Organisation, Netherlands MoD

    - Utilising semi-autonomous ASVs with active sonar to enhance the localization and tracking of hostile submarines
    - Critical technologies for wide range acoustic capabilities for AUVs
    - Dutch perspectives on developing AI and Machine Learning capabilities for ASW Barrier operations
    - Synergy between USV and bottom nodes to detect submarines

    14:00 Development and integration of AUVs with the FMV and the Swedish Armed Forces

    Lieutenant Commander David Stocke

    Lieutenant Commander David Stocke, Staff Officer MCM, Plans Department, Naval Headquarters, Swedish Navy

    - Updates on the AUV development program for maritime operations using a technical platform concept
    - Challenges to AUV development and how the FMV are overcoming them through the complete functional chain
    - Data processing philosophy
    - The future of AUVs – What are the new capabilities and technologies which are being integrated into these platforms?
    - Working with Industry partners to enhance R&D capabilities and opportunities for further collaboration in the higher TRL-levels

    14:30 Exploring the Depths of the Ocean using UMS (VIRTUAL PRESENTATION)

    Mr Philip L. Hoffman

    Mr Philip L. Hoffman, Uncrewed Maritime Systems Research & Development Coordinator, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

    - The mission of NOAA Ocean Exploring
    - An overview of the UMS capabilities being utilised by NOAA OE and their use for hydrography and oceanography operations
    - Cooperation between the NOAA OE and other research, military, and industry partners

    15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 Developing the Regulation and Certification Standards for Safely Introducing Autonomous Systems into the Royal Navy

    Mr Darren Haynes

    Mr Darren Haynes, Deputy Head and Registrar of Defence Shipping, Defence Maritime Regulator, UK Ministry of Defence

    - An overview of the Defence Maritime Regulator and its role in safely introducing autonomous maritime systems
    - The role and necessity of safety regulation and certification standards in UMS capability development
    - The challenges which come with certifying autonomous maritime systems
    - Engaging with industry and civilian agencies to safeguard safety assurance

    16:00 Aware, Secure and Safe Navigation at Sea – From Decision Support to Autonomous Ships

    Dr Roberto Galeazzi

    Dr Roberto Galeazzi, Head of Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems, Department of Electrical Engineering, DTU - Technical University Of Denmark

    - The pathway towards the creation of a research cluster in maritime autonomy within the DTU Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems
    - Challenges to maritime autonomy development which have been observed by the Centre and work to overcome them
    - The research frontier for safer autonomous marine operations through the synergistic integration of onboard and off-board perception and monitoring systems

    16:30 Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division: T&E of Unmanned Vehicles and Autonomous Maritime Systems

    Mr Robert Iannuzzi

    Mr Robert Iannuzzi, Director of Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Development and Integration, Naval Surface Warfare Center, US Navy

    17:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington

    Commodore (Ret'd) Richard Farrington, Former Commander Devonport Flotilla, Royal Navy


    Director of NavyX and Navy BattleLab, Development Directorate
    Royal Navy
    Maritime Situational Awareness SME
    NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)
    Incoming Director
    NATO Naval Mine Warfare Centre of Excellence (NATO NMW COE)
    Maritime Situational Staff Officer and Usage of UMS in MSO Concept Development Lead
    NATO Maritime Security Centre of Excellence (NATO MARSEC COE)
    Branch Head Underwater Warfare Technology, Maritime Systems Department, Defence Material Organisation
    Netherlands MoD
    Lead, Autonomous Warfare Systems
    Royal Australian Navy
    Innovation Manager
    Belgian Navy
    Former Commander Devonport Flotilla
    Royal Navy
    Deputy Chief of Staff – Plans, Plans Directorate
    NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM)
    Deputy Director Navy Acquisition (Equipment and Systems)
    Royal Navy
    Engineering Architect Unmanned System Unit
    Head of Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems, Department of Electrical Engineering
    DTU - Technical University Of Denmark
    Staff Officer MCM, Plans Department, Naval Headquarters
    Swedish Navy
    Project Leader, Belgian Netherlands Replacement MCM Programme, Material Resources - Naval Systems
    Belgian MoD
    Innovation Division
    Portuguese Navy
    Managing Director
    Intrepid Minds
    Deputy Head and Registrar of Defence Shipping, Defence Maritime Regulator
    UK Ministry of Defence
    Systems Business Development Manager
    Navantia S.A.
    Systems Business Development Manager
    Navantia S.A.
    Project Manager R&D, Underwater Warfare Weapon Systems
    FMV - Forsvarets Materielverk
    Uncrewed Maritime Systems Research & Development Coordinator
    National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
    Director of Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Development and Integration, Naval Surface Warfare Center
    US Navy
    Director, NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation and Coordination Cell and Maritime Portfolio Lead in Defence Investments
    Unmanned Systems – Business Development
    Chief Strategy Officer, Task Force 59, NAVCENT
    US Navy
    Director of Engineering and Naval Shipbuilding
    Spanish Navy

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    Short Agenda


    Speaker Interview - Commander Hatice Gomengil, NATO MARSEC COE


    Past Attendee List


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    Leonardo, a global high-technology company, is among the top world players in Aerospace, Defence and Security. Organised into five business divisions, Leonardo has a significant industrial presence in Italy, the United Kingdom, Poland and the USA, where it also operates through subsidiaries that include Leonardo DRS (defense electronics), and joint ventures and partnerships: ATR, MBDA, Telespazio, Thales Alenia Space and Avio. Leonardo competes in the most important international markets by leveraging its areas of technological and product leadership (Helicopters, Aircraft, Aerostructures, Electronics, Cyber Security and Space.



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    Elmo, a leading provider of cutting-edge motion solutions for more than 30 years o?ers intelligent, easy to implement, ultra-small and rugged servo drives and motion controllers for various harsh environment applications such as drones, UAV, missile guidance, turrets, and naval applications. Elmo's harsh environment products can operate in extreme environmental conditions with temperatures ranging from -40° F to +158° F, altitudes of up to 40,000 feet, and high mechanical shocks or intense vibrations up to 14 GRMS. All products have consistently experienced no failures during the HALT test for accelerated temperatures, electrical cycles and thermal shocks, and vibrations. According to Haim Monhait, CEO, “We are proud to be a leader in an age where advanced motion technology is driving some of the world’s most critical missions. Whether it’s for a missile winglet control, a ground turret control, or for an underwater thruster, our servo performance and minimal form factor play a crucial role.” The company is headquartered in Israel, employs more than 350 sta? worldwide, and has a dedicated presence in the United States, China, Germany, Italy, Korea, Switzerland, Poland and the United Kingdom. For more information visit: www.elmomc.com

    Intrepid Minds


    Intrepid Minds Ltd are a UK based SME with offices in South Africa and New Zealand. Since its inception in 2010 Intrepid Minds have been developing autonomous technologies, infrastructure and supportive tools for multiple industries with a focus on defence, renewable energy, transport and agriculture. Intrepid Minds are keen innovators ourselves and have completed numerous Innovate UK, KTN, FP7 and H2020 projects Over the last 8 years Intrepid Minds have developed numerous drone technologies and supportive systems that have been used by various companies and government organisations in the collection, analysis and dissemination of data, development of new waterborne technologies, components and controls. Working with these organisations has allowed Intrepid Minds to have unique access to a wide range of specialist components that allow development of our own technologies to support the future of maritime systems. In 2018 Intrepid Minds took the decision to operate more commercially and the Maritime Systems show is the first of these engagements. For more information visit: www.intrepidminds.co.uk



    Navantia, is a Spanish state-owned company leader in the development of new technologies applied to the defense sector. Our wide range of services and our experience as complex systems integrators allows us to collaborate with our clients in searching the best solutions for their needs. The F110 and S80 programs for the Spanish Navy, together with the application of 4.0 technologies both in our shipyards and to our products, are the foundations on which we develop our role as a leading innovation company in the defense sector, working collaboratively with the rest of our partners. Our activity starts from the naval field of defense and extends also to the land forces, air defense projects (such as FCAS), civilian ships and offshore wind. In all these sectors, our capacity as systemists and our portfolio of intelligent services allow us to offer cutting-edge technological solutions to our clients.

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    Army Technology


    Army-technology.com brings you up-to-date international news and features on the defence industry, covering military projects, trends, products, services and more in the army sector. With a team of journalists around the world, army-technology.com, along with sister sites naval-technology.com and airforce-technology.com, is the only business service that focuses on the technologies required by military personnel and companies working in this important field. When you combine this with one of the most comprehensive and detailed listings of military equipment suppliers, products and services, free white paper downloads and company press releases, you see why army-technology.com is the key point of reference for the defence industry.

    Soldier Modernisation


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    Counter-IED Report


    Counter-IED Report is a leading international subscription-based publication, which covers the latest developments in the fight against the IED threat. We aim to identify technological advances as well as strategies and tactics for countering threat networks, reduce IED manufacture and placement, assist post-conflict humanitarian demining and capacity building efforts worldwide. For more information please visit website: www.counteriedreport.com

    Port News


    IAA PortNews is the leading and most popular Russian media resource providing sea and river transport news, as well as a tool of interaction between businesses, government and the media. Every day, around 8,000 readers visit the Russian and English pages of the media agency’s web portal.

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    Robotics Tomorrow


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    Homeland Security Research Corporation


    HSRC provides premium off-the-shelf market reports on present and emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling global clients to gain time-critical insight into business opportunities. All reports include in-depth information and analysis of emerging markets, technologies, and industries broken down by geography, market, vertical, technology, product, and revenue stream. Our reports support Homeland Security & Public Safety communities worldwide in their strategic decision-making process, providing up-to-date market knowledge, analysis, and insights. HSRC offers customized research services geared towards providing our clients with clear, actionable recommendations designed to empower decision-making and to help exploit emerging opportunities in the market. The customized research services provide a deep analysis of specific markets and eco-systems, target geographies, strategic segments and verticals, competitor analysis and technological benchmarks. The custom research services are provided as an ad hoc assignment or as an ongoing service.

    Unmanned Systems Technology (UST)


    Unmanned Systems Technology (UST) is dedicated to technology and innovation within unmanned air, land, sea and space systems. UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com provides insight into new products, technologies and suppliers within the unmanned systems sector. Unmanned Systems Technology magazine is a technical publication that delves into the science and engineering of unmanned systems.

    Military Systems and Technology


    Military Systems & Technology is a comprehensive web portal, design agency and publication designed for the International Defence & Aerospace Industry. It is a source of daily information for Manufacturers, OEM’S, System Integrators and Contractors. We even have Government & Military Readers. The portal encompasses all aspects of Military equipment, technology, design and services. www.militarysystems-tech.com info@militarysystems-tech.com +44 (0)1392 881545

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    CSO Alliance Ltd


    At CSO Alliance Ltd our aim is to be your one-stop-shop for your maritime security risk management needs. We can achieve this by providing you with an online platform to facilitate the secure reporting of incidents, a reliable and a secure collaboration tool and an advanced database that can push relevant information and alerts directly to the user. This is supported by our analysis team with decades of experience in the maritime intelligence and security fields. By improving awareness of the threat and providing best management practice we can help mitigate the risks to Company and Port Security officials within the maritime industry. Working as one we provide security through community. This is the aim of the CSO Alliance. The new Superyacht Alliance will be rolled out later in 2019 aimed at Superyacht captains, managers and owners. Delegates can register to receive our weekly threat and activity report on the website.

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    SEGURANÇA & DEFESA (“Security & Defense”) is the recognized leader among South American printed defense magazines. It has been in the market for 37 years, and presently is the only one of its kind in Brazil to be nationally distributed. Sold on news stands and by subscriptions, it is sent free of charge to key names and addresses in the defense sector in Brazil and in South American countries.

    The Nautical Institute


    The Nautical Institute is the international professional body for qualified seafarers and others with an interest in nautical matters. It provides a wide range of services to enhance the professional standing and knowledge of members who are drawn from all sectors of the maritime world. Founded in 1972, it has nearly 50 branches worldwide and some 7,000 members in 120 countries.

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    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SAE Media Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.


    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

    CPD Certificates

    We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@saemediagroup.com

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