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CDE enduring challenge competition military context presentation from 24 June 2014 Innovation Network event in Cardiff

CDE enduring challenge competition military context presentation from 24 June 2014 Innovation Network event in Cardiff

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24 June 2014: military context enduring challenge competition 24 June 2014: military context enduring challenge competition Presentation Transcript

  • Land environment research requirement Advanced materials and manufacturing techniques © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL
  • Army © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL
  • Operational environment © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL Contingent Capability for Defence and Deterrence Defence Engagement and Overseas Capacity Building UK Engagement and Homeland Resilience Congested Cluttered Connected ConstrainedContested
  • Operational environment © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL Deterrent & Operations Prevention & Good Will Help at Home Congested Cluttered Connected ConstrainedContested
  • Army 2020 and beyond • Force Structure to Face Future Environment – Fully integrated reserves – Army split into Reactive and Adaptive Force © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL Deterrent & Operations Prevention & Good Will Help at Home Reactive Force Adaptive Force
  • © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 OFFICIAL
  • Disruptive technologies • Communications, info transport • Remotely operated systems • Human enhancement & augmentation • Medical • Advanced materials & manufacturing • Synthetic biology
  • Disruptive technologies (Cont'd) • Nanosystems • Energy technologies • Environmental technologies • Quantum technologies • Directed energy & novel weapons
  • Centre Defence Enterprise for
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Advanced manufacturing challenges
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Agile, adaptable and capable Role of the RAF
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Air power Height, speed and reach
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Control of the air Intelligence and situational awareness Air mobilityAttack
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014
  • • Protection • Situational awareness • Power • Communications • Data CDE enduring challenges UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 • Lethality • Mobility • Human performance • Lower cost of ownership
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 • Protection • Situational awareness • Power • Communications • Data CDE enduring challenges • Lethality • Mobility • Human performance • Lower cost of ownership
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Protection (personnel, platforms, facilities, digital systems, materials)
  • UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Mobility (platforms [air, land, sea, space, human], means of propulsion)
  • Summary New technology is key to the battle- winning air power of the Royal Air Force UK OFFICIAL© Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014
  • Centre Defence Enterprise for
  • Defining the maritime research requirement Advanced materials and manufacturing techniques © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL
  • Royal Navy – operations • Text © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL
  • Royal Navy – Future Navy Vision 2025 • What does this require? – An agile fleet that is interoperable with other nation’s assets and capable of providing sustainable operations around the globe. • How is this achieved? – Optimal utilisation of effectively manned platforms: MCMV, T26, T45, Carrier Strike and Amphibious Assault Ships © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Warfighting Project Military Power at sea and from the sea Maritime Security Protect UK citizens, territory and trade International Engagement Promote UK Interests UK OFFICIAL
  • Dstl - affordable maritime presence © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 Surface defence & security operations Integrated air defence Littoral manoeuvrePlatform & combat systems UK OFFICIAL
  • Dstl - platform & combat systems © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL Electric ship & sub Benefit: RN platforms of increased efficiency, affordability and adaptability. Integrated survivabilitySustainability Delivered through Adaptability
  • © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL Royal Navy – task force
  • Royal Navy – littoral manoeuvres © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL
  • Royal Navy – anti-submarine warfare © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL
  • Royal Navy – enduring challenges • Advanced materials and manufacturing techniques for ship building • Application of novel materials to improve warfighting capability © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL
  • Royal Navy – enduring challenges • Advanced materials and manufacturing techniques for ship building – Improved strength to weight ratio for ship building, including a composite superstructure – Novel alternative to Kevlar to protect high-value compartments – Omni-phobic coatings for reduced drag and corrosion – Improved thermal management to combat the ‘wild heat’ research requirement • Application of novel materials to improve warfighting capability – Hyperspectral low-observable coatings to reduce signature across multiple spectral bands – RF transmissive armour for radar arrays – More affordable, adaptable and robust ballistic shields – Low EO/IR signature, armoured bridge windows – High capacity batteries to enable sustained covert operations/directed energy weapons © Crown copyright 2014 Dstl 25 June 2014 UK OFFICIAL