Surface Warships 2021 Concept Note

AGILE AND LETHAL NAVAL CAPABILITY FOR THE FUTURE FIGHT

 Join us as part of Surface Warships 2021 as we continue the discussion on the opportunities of digitisation and the peculiarities of maritime power projection in an information-dominated battlefield.We are seeing a return to great power competition, the rise of global information systems, spectacular technological advances and the growing rate of asymmetric engagement.

Over the course of 3 days, the Surface Warships Conference will address modernisation and acquisition, innovation, and operations across the spectrum of surface combatants. The conference days will be split across Future Operations, Future Technologies and Future Force Structures.

Surface Warships 2021 early-confirmed speakers include:

  • Admiral Anthony D. Radakin CB ADC, First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff, Royal Navy
  • Admiral José Rafael Ojeda Duran, Secretary of the Navy, Mexican Navy
  • Vice Admiral Eugene H. "Gene" Black, III, Commander, SIXTH Fleet/ Commander, Task Force SIX/ Commander, Striking and Support Forces NATO/Deputy Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa/Joint Force Maritime Component Commander Europe, US Navy
  • Vice Admiral Christopher R.S. Gardner, Chief of Materiel (Ships), UK MoD
  • Vice Admiral Manuel Antonio Martinez Ruiz, Director for Engineering and Naval Shipbuilding, Spanish Navy
  • Vice Admiral SR Sarma AVSM VSM, Controller Warship Production & Acquisition, Indian Navy
  • Rear Admiral Torben Mikkelsen, Chief of Navy Staff, Royal Danish Navy

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