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Tech start-ups, innovators and academics are being offered the chance to showcase and test their novel sensor and payload technology on the Royal Navy’s first extra large autonomous test submarine. The project offers a unique opportunity to undertake at-sea testing and trials of industry and academia innovative prototype technology on the ...



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