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Saildrone and Thales Australia Advance Autonomous Long-range Undersea Surveillance with USV–Towed Array Integration

Saildrone announced a strategic partnership with Thales Australia to integrate the Thales BlueSentry thin-line towed array with Saildrone Surveyor-class uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs) for...
The 132 ft autonomous Sea Hunter USV (Image credit: U.S. Navy)

US Navy to form second USV squadron

The U.S. Navy plans to stand up its second unmanned surface drone squadron this May, two years after the U.S. Pacific Fleet (CNSP) formed...
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Beating the Minefield With Autonomous Countermeasures

The potential for autonomous mine hunting is now being realised - and the demand for it is growing. Technological developments in mine countermeasure (MCM) systems...
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2024 will see the AI conveyor belt move faster

During the past five years we've seen the U.S. and European militaries work hard to understand AI, plan for AI and invest in being...
TF59 USV live firing

USN uncrewed systems exercise demonstrates lethal munitions use from USVs

The US Navy Central Command’s (NAVCENT’s) Gulf-based Task Force 59 (TF59) has conducted a live-firing exercise that included test firing weapons from uncrewed surface...

The sound of Minesweeping with Patria SONAC ACS

It only takes a few seconds. The smart mine detects that instant, seemingly imperceptible, shift in magnetic, acoustic, seismic and pressure signature, and chaos...
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Saab acquires BlueBear to enhance autonomous technology development

Swedish defence and security systems company Saab has acquired the UK-based, autonomous technologies-focused BlueBear Systems Group Ltd, Saab announced on 31 August. “BlueBear is a...

The sound of Minesweeping with Patria SONAC ACS

It only takes a few seconds. The smart mine detects that instant, seemingly imperceptible, shift in magnetic, acoustic, seismic and pressure signature, and chaos...
'Sea Baby' sea drone (Credit: Security Service of Ukraine)

Has Russia destroyed Ukraine’s naval drone capability?

This week Russia claims to have destroyed the Ukrainian Navy's production and storage facilities for naval drones, using multiple seaborne long-range precision weapons against...
The 'digital ocean' concept (Credit: Liquid Robotics, a Boeing company)

Digital Ocean

Covering 70 percent of the Earth's surface and extending to a maximum depth of about 11,000 metres (36,000 ft), the ocean remains largely unexplored...

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