Future ASW: Defining & Designing A Full-Spectrum Approach
As non-NATO submarine forces grow in scale and sophistication, its imperative that the Alliance's members and partners come together to agree on the doctrine, training and capability that will support a next-generation approach to undersea warfare.
Defence IQ's inaugural ASW Forum will bring together operational and capability experts across air, surface and sub-surface to agree on a full-spectrum and multi-domain approach to future ASW. The conference will, in the presence of industry, provide a unique opportunity to understand what next generation platforms should look like, and to overcome limitations to systems and technology integration, force development and training.
As part of a focused session, it will also explore the application of autonomy in the undersea domain, with a view to identifying opportunities and challenges for leveraging it as a core component of the ASW mission set.
2019 SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Director Submarine Capability
UK Ministry of Defence
ACNS Submarines & Rear Admiral Submarines
Chief of Staff, Undersea Warfighting Development Center
Submarine Force Commander
Future Plans, ISTAR Force
Royal Air Force
MPA Project Office
Italian Ministry of Defence
Staff Officer Submarine Operations
NATO COE for Operations in Confined and Shallow Waters
Air Transition Team
Royal New Zealand Air Force
ATTEND ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE AND WORK TOWARDS:
Re-capitalising ASW concepts and doctrine to enable high-tempo operations against high-calibre adversarial submarines
Delivering a truly joint ASW capability that maximises integration across systems, platforms and domains
Generating a next-generation ASW force that leverages synthetic training to support readiness for future undersea warfare
Attaining full operating capability for advanced airborne platforms, as they integrate as a core component of the ASW force structure
Delivering effect in acoustically challenging environments by leveraging innovations in sonar, undersea communications and autonomy
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