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For the first time, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was used by the Royal Navy at sea as part of Exercise Formidable Shield, which is currently taking place off the coast of Scotland. This Operational Experiment (OpEx) on the Type 45 Destroyer (HMS Dragon) and Type 23 Frigate (HMS Lancaster),  used the AI ...

A US-led multinational maritime integrated air and ballistic missile defence exercise has begun off the coast of Scotland. Lasting a month Exercise Formidable Shield will see A Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer and two Type 23 Frigates, alongside ships and crews from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the United ...


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£1.5 million invested for CBR robotics and AI research

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Land - £1.5 million invested for CBR robotics and AI research

Official DPRTE 2021 event partner, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is exploring the potential for cutting-edge autonomous robotic

£440,000 research funding for next-generation sea mine disposal

July 23, 2021

Maritime - £440,000 research funding for next-generation sea mine disposal

Sea mine disposal could be transformed using an innovative technique that is being researched by official DPRTE partner,  Dstl (Defence