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1st-2nd
APRIL
2020
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#RAS2020
KEY REASONS TO ATTEND:
1.	 The leading event in Europe for senior RAS
decision-makers, operators and experts
2.	 New for 2020: focus on Robotic Platoon Vehicles,
autonomy and manned/unmanned teaming;
new speakers from the UK, US, Estonia, Sweden
and Australia
3.	 Hear the latest updates on the UK Ministry of
Defence’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems
programmes with a dedicated panel discussion
on UK RAS modernisation
4.	 Discover the latest in RAS technology and find
new products, techniques and opportunities in
this dynamic field
CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN:
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head
of Force Protection, British Army
HOST NATION SPEAKERS:
Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems,
Future Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army
Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager 1, Special Projects
Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search, DE&S MOD
Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, DE&S MOD
Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment,
Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army
Mr Peter Stockel, Fellow – Autonomous Systems & Innovation Autonomy
Challenge Lead, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Dr Ivan Petrunin, Lecturer in Digital Signal Processing for Autonomous
Systems, Cranfield University
Professor Hyo Sang Shin, Professor in GNC, Cranfield University
Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company
INTERNATIONAL MILITARY AND EXPERT SPEAKERS:
Dr Robert Sadowski SES, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army*
Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions,
Estonian Defence Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager, Applique
and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army
Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke, Project Leader NLD Army Robot
Autonomous Systems, 13th Infantry Brigade, Netherlands Army
Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous
Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army
Captain J. Evan Inglett, Ground Combat Branch Head, United States
Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong, Robotics and Autonomy Branch
Head, United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and Protection,
Defence and Security Systems, FOI
Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director, Robotics Requirements,
Maneuver Capabilities Development Integration Directorate,
Futures and Concepts Center US Army Futures Command
Senior Representative, FLIR
Mr Keith Mallon, Campaign Manager – Land Autonomy, QinetiQ
* denotes a speaker is subject to final confirmation
SMi Group Proudly Presents the 3rd Annual
Military Robotics
and Autonomous
Systems
1st - 2nd
APRIL
2020
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK
Dominating the Future Battlefield with Unmanned Land Systems
Register online at www.robotics-autonomous.com
Day One | 1st April 2020
MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2020
www.robotics-autonomous.com
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES
SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Prime networking
opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry.
Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call:
Sadia Malick, on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk
MEDIA PARTNERS
08.00 Registration & Coffee
08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force
Protection, British Army
OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS
09.00 UK Strategic Perspective: Incorporating Robotics and Autonomous
Systems into Future British Army Operations
•	 New strategic opportunities created by greater integration of
robotics and autonomous systems
•	 Support systems for military robotics: future logistical
restructuring and personnel training to provide an MRO
capability for unmanned systems
•	 Plans for greater UK investment into military robotics and how
the UK defence industry and research community can support
the British Army
Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems,
Future Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army
09.40 PM Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems
•	 Using Rapid Acquisition for development, production, and
fielding of the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport (SMET)
•	 Autonomous systems for Area and Route Clearance
•	 Tactical employment of Leader Follower technology for
combat Logistics
•	 Looking ahead to future large UGV acquisition
Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager Applique
and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army
10.20 Gold Sponsor Session Reserved for FLIR
11.00 Morning Coffee
ROBOTICS TESTING AND DEVELOPMENT
11.30 Moving From Technology Experimentation to a Future Vision of
RAS for Land Forces
•	 Broadening our vision of Robotic and Autonomous Systems and
how it can be applied to a range of tactical functions
•	 Understanding how we want to fight in the future and what
that means for developing RAS capabilities
•	 Prioritising information architectures to connect RAS technologies
Mr Keith Mallon, Campaign Manager - Land Autonomy, QinetiQ
12.10 Australian Army RAS Development and Experimentation
•	 Australian Army RAS Strategy
•	 RAS Experimentation 2019
•	 Challenges in RAS
Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous
Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army
12.50 Networking Lunch
BRITISH ARMY RAS
13.50 Army Warfighting Experiment: Creating a Space for Innovation
and Testing
•	 Lessons from creating the most effective test environment for
robotics through the Army Warfighting Experiment 18
•	 Strategies for involving industry in exercises and testing
•	 Future improvements and plans for robust robotics testing in
the field
Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment,
Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army
14.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor
15.10 Panel: Delivering Quality Robotic Systems to the British Army to
Enhance Operational Effectiveness
•	 Future force design: who and what the British Army will be
fighting in 10-20 years and how this is shaping current RAS
development and testing
•	 How the British Army and industry partners can further optimize
trials, experimentation and implementation of unmanned
systems
•	 Procurement and acquisition: balancing value and budget
limitations with capability and how procurement culture can
change to optimise this
•	 Managing the public perception of autonomy and robotics
in the military
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force
Protection, British Army
Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future
Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army
Mr Peter Stockel, Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead,
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment,
Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army
Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, DE&S MOD
15.50 Afternoon Tea
US ARMY RAS
16.20 US Army Robotics at the Tactical Edge
•	 Robotics Update
•	 Programs and Initiatives
•	 Industry Opportunities
Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director, Robotics Requirements,
Maneuver Capabilities Development Integration Directorate,
Futures and Concepts Center, US Army Futures Command
AUTONOMY FOR RAS
17.00 Achieving Autonomy for Military Robotic Systems by means of
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
•	 Artificial Intelligence for military application is not an off-the-
shelf capability. It requires knowledge investments and co-
development
•	 Autonomy of systems is always a tailored solution, not a generic
one
•	 There is no fixed formula for Artificial Intelligence
Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke, Project Leader NLD Army Robot
Autonomous Systems, 13th Infantry Brigade, Netherlands Army
17.40 Information Fusion: Airborne Behaviour Monitoring Using
Small UAVs
•	 Small UAV operations
•	 Behaviour monitoring based on pattern matching
•	 Situational awareness improvement
•	 Demonstrations in a persistent monitoring scenario
Professor Hyo Sang Shin, Professor in GNC, Cranfield University
18.20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
Brigadier General (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of
Force Protection, British Army
Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
Day Two | 2nd April 2020
MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2020
www.robotics-autonomous.com
MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES
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so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market
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08.30 Registration & Coffee
08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force
Protection, British Army
OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS
09.00 British Army Unmanned Ground Vehicle Development
•	 Unmanned Ground Vehicle mobility
•	 Unmanned Ground Vehicle trade offs
•	 Optionally manned or optionally unmanned by design
Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, Future
Capabilities Group, DE&S MOD
09.40 Estonian Approach to Enhance Manoeuvrability and Lethality of
Light Infantry with RAS
•	 Overview of Estonian RAS program
•	 Mixing manned and unmanned – examples of use cases
•	 RAS implications on TTP-s – challenges and preliminary
outcomes
Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions,
Estonian Defence Forces
10.20 Morning Coffee
ROBOTICS R&D
10.50 US Army Robotics Requirements Branch: Leading the Way in
Long-Term RAS Strategy
•	 The Robotics Requirements Branch and its influence on future
RAS acquisitions
•	 Priorities for the branch to maintain the technological
advantage over near-peer adversaries
•	 How the US Army is shaping its forces and what technological
advancements will prove most valuable
Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army*
11.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor
12.10 Realising UK RAS Objectives through R&D
•	 RAS and prototype warfare R&D innovation
•	 UK progress and experiences in realising RAS-enabled tactical
logistics
•	 Making it real – RAS challenges
Mr Peter Stockel, Fellow — Autonomous Systems & Innovation
Autonomy Challenge Lead, Defence Science and Technology
Laboratory
12.50 Networking Lunch
SUPPORTING THE WARRIOR WITH RAS
13.50 United States Marine Corps: Robotics in Support of the Warfighter
•	 Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV): Standards
based multi-purpose Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)
•	 Robotic Autonomous Systems Command and Control (RASC2):
decentralized multi-UxS manager
•	 Warrior Performance Program (WPP): leveraging emerging
technologies and integrating them into individual combat
equipment
•	 Robotic Vehicle Modular Payloads (RVM-P): Integrating payloads
onboard Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV)
Captain J. Evan Inglett, Ground Combat Branch Head, United
States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong, Robotics and Autonomy Branch
Head , United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
unmanned systems technology mag lofo.pdf 1 06/11/2019 12:52
14.30 Maintaining Survivability in C-IED Robotics
•	 Robotic use in C-IED
•	 Future utility of robotics in C-IED
•	 Difficulties in using robotics in C-IED
Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager 1, Special Projects,
Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search, DE&S MOD
15.10 Autonomous Systems and Unmanned Vehicles Research –
a Swedish Perspectiv
•	 Manned unmanned teaming
•	 Robust navigation
•	 Human – system interaction
Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and
Protection, Defence and Security Systems, FOI
15.50 Afternoon Tea
TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS
16.20 Panel: Manned/Unmanned Teaming for Operational RAS
•	 Optimal mix between unmanned and manned systems for
different elements within ground forces
•	 Best practices for testing and validating these mixes though
simulation and experimentation
•	 Maintaining the integrity of communications between manned
and unmanned vehicles
•	 Benefits and limits of integration of autonomy into teamed
robotic vehicles and ethical considerations for “human in the
loop” principles
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force
Protection, British Army
Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions,
Estonian Defence Forces
Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and
Protection, Defence and Security Systems, FOI
Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager, Applique
and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army
Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous
Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army
17.00 Issues and Challenges in PNT for Autonomous Systems
•	 Role of robust PNT in ground autonomous systems
•	 Alternative PNT trends and developments
•	 Resilient PNT: role of the complementary systems in provision
of assured solutions
Dr Ivan Petrunin, Lecturer in Digital Signal Processing for
Autonomous Systems, Cranfield University
17.40 Optimising RAS Usage through Training and Simulation
•	 Why RAS requires efficient and effective M&S
•	 Modeling and simulation for RAS
•	 Ensuring effective training for land robotics operators
•	 Modeling and preparing for operations with manned/
unmanned teams
Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company
18.20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two
Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force
Protection, British Army
* denotes a speaker is subject to final confirmation
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3 BUILD YOUR BRAND so your
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meeting new prospects from
a variety of new countries and
programmes
SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition,
advertising and branding packages
uniquely tailored to complement
your company’s marketing strategy.
Prime networking opportunities exist to
entertain, enhance and expand your
client base within the context of an
independent discussion specific to
your industry.
Should you wish to join the increasing
number of companies benefiting from
sponsoring our conferences please call:
Sadia Malick, Director, on +44 (0)20 7827
6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk
MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS
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  • 1. 1st-2nd APRIL 2020 Future Armoured VehiclesSituational Awareness REGISTER BY 13TH DECEMBER TO SAVE £400 • REGISTER BY 31ST JANUARY TO SAVE £200 • REGISTER BY 28TH FEBRUARY TO SAVE £100 GOLD SPONSOR SPONSORS www.robotics-autonomous.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES @SMIGroupDefence #RAS2020 KEY REASONS TO ATTEND: 1. The leading event in Europe for senior RAS decision-makers, operators and experts 2. New for 2020: focus on Robotic Platoon Vehicles, autonomy and manned/unmanned teaming; new speakers from the UK, US, Estonia, Sweden and Australia 3. Hear the latest updates on the UK Ministry of Defence’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems programmes with a dedicated panel discussion on UK RAS modernisation 4. Discover the latest in RAS technology and find new products, techniques and opportunities in this dynamic field CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN: Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army HOST NATION SPEAKERS: Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager 1, Special Projects Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search, DE&S MOD Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, DE&S MOD Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army Mr Peter Stockel, Fellow – Autonomous Systems & Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Dr Ivan Petrunin, Lecturer in Digital Signal Processing for Autonomous Systems, Cranfield University Professor Hyo Sang Shin, Professor in GNC, Cranfield University Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company INTERNATIONAL MILITARY AND EXPERT SPEAKERS: Dr Robert Sadowski SES, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army* Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions, Estonian Defence Forces Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager, Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke, Project Leader NLD Army Robot Autonomous Systems, 13th Infantry Brigade, Netherlands Army Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army Captain J. Evan Inglett, Ground Combat Branch Head, United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong, Robotics and Autonomy Branch Head, United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and Protection, Defence and Security Systems, FOI Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director, Robotics Requirements, Maneuver Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Futures and Concepts Center US Army Futures Command Senior Representative, FLIR Mr Keith Mallon, Campaign Manager – Land Autonomy, QinetiQ * denotes a speaker is subject to final confirmation SMi Group Proudly Presents the 3rd Annual Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems 1st - 2nd APRIL 2020 Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK Dominating the Future Battlefield with Unmanned Land Systems
  • 2. Register online at www.robotics-autonomous.com Day One | 1st April 2020 MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2020 www.robotics-autonomous.com SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, on +44 (0)20 7827 6748 or email smalick@smi-online.co.uk MEDIA PARTNERS 08.00 Registration & Coffee 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS 09.00 UK Strategic Perspective: Incorporating Robotics and Autonomous Systems into Future British Army Operations • New strategic opportunities created by greater integration of robotics and autonomous systems • Support systems for military robotics: future logistical restructuring and personnel training to provide an MRO capability for unmanned systems • Plans for greater UK investment into military robotics and how the UK defence industry and research community can support the British Army Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army 09.40 PM Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems • Using Rapid Acquisition for development, production, and fielding of the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport (SMET) • Autonomous systems for Area and Route Clearance • Tactical employment of Leader Follower technology for combat Logistics • Looking ahead to future large UGV acquisition Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army 10.20 Gold Sponsor Session Reserved for FLIR 11.00 Morning Coffee ROBOTICS TESTING AND DEVELOPMENT 11.30 Moving From Technology Experimentation to a Future Vision of RAS for Land Forces • Broadening our vision of Robotic and Autonomous Systems and how it can be applied to a range of tactical functions • Understanding how we want to fight in the future and what that means for developing RAS capabilities • Prioritising information architectures to connect RAS technologies Mr Keith Mallon, Campaign Manager - Land Autonomy, QinetiQ 12.10 Australian Army RAS Development and Experimentation • Australian Army RAS Strategy • RAS Experimentation 2019 • Challenges in RAS Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army 12.50 Networking Lunch BRITISH ARMY RAS 13.50 Army Warfighting Experiment: Creating a Space for Innovation and Testing • Lessons from creating the most effective test environment for robotics through the Army Warfighting Experiment 18 • Strategies for involving industry in exercises and testing • Future improvements and plans for robust robotics testing in the field Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army 14.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor 15.10 Panel: Delivering Quality Robotic Systems to the British Army to Enhance Operational Effectiveness • Future force design: who and what the British Army will be fighting in 10-20 years and how this is shaping current RAS development and testing • How the British Army and industry partners can further optimize trials, experimentation and implementation of unmanned systems • Procurement and acquisition: balancing value and budget limitations with capability and how procurement culture can change to optimise this • Managing the public perception of autonomy and robotics in the military Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army Major Alex Bayliss, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Force Development, Capability Directorate, British Army Mr Peter Stockel, Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Major Jamie Woodsend, SO2 Army Warfighting Experiment, Infantry Trials and Development Unit, British Army Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, DE&S MOD 15.50 Afternoon Tea US ARMY RAS 16.20 US Army Robotics at the Tactical Edge • Robotics Update • Programs and Initiatives • Industry Opportunities Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director, Robotics Requirements, Maneuver Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Futures and Concepts Center, US Army Futures Command AUTONOMY FOR RAS 17.00 Achieving Autonomy for Military Robotic Systems by means of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence • Artificial Intelligence for military application is not an off-the- shelf capability. It requires knowledge investments and co- development • Autonomy of systems is always a tailored solution, not a generic one • There is no fixed formula for Artificial Intelligence Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hadicke, Project Leader NLD Army Robot Autonomous Systems, 13th Infantry Brigade, Netherlands Army 17.40 Information Fusion: Airborne Behaviour Monitoring Using Small UAVs • Small UAV operations • Behaviour monitoring based on pattern matching • Situational awareness improvement • Demonstrations in a persistent monitoring scenario Professor Hyo Sang Shin, Professor in GNC, Cranfield University 18.20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Brigadier General (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army
  • 3. Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 Day Two | 2nd April 2020 MILITARY ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 2020 www.robotics-autonomous.com MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market Contact Trizsa Ardael on +44 (0) 207 827 6086 or email: mardael@smi-online.co.uk 08.30 Registration & Coffee 08.50 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army OPENING KEYNOTE BRIEFINGS 09.00 British Army Unmanned Ground Vehicle Development • Unmanned Ground Vehicle mobility • Unmanned Ground Vehicle trade offs • Optionally manned or optionally unmanned by design Major Luke Wilson, Land Requirements Manager, Future Capabilities Group, DE&S MOD 09.40 Estonian Approach to Enhance Manoeuvrability and Lethality of Light Infantry with RAS • Overview of Estonian RAS program • Mixing manned and unmanned – examples of use cases • RAS implications on TTP-s – challenges and preliminary outcomes Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions, Estonian Defence Forces 10.20 Morning Coffee ROBOTICS R&D 10.50 US Army Robotics Requirements Branch: Leading the Way in Long-Term RAS Strategy • The Robotics Requirements Branch and its influence on future RAS acquisitions • Priorities for the branch to maintain the technological advantage over near-peer adversaries • How the US Army is shaping its forces and what technological advancements will prove most valuable Dr Robert Sadowski, Army Chief Roboticist Robotics ST, US Army* 11.30 Session Reserved for Sponsor 12.10 Realising UK RAS Objectives through R&D • RAS and prototype warfare R&D innovation • UK progress and experiences in realising RAS-enabled tactical logistics • Making it real – RAS challenges Mr Peter Stockel, Fellow — Autonomous Systems & Innovation Autonomy Challenge Lead, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory 12.50 Networking Lunch SUPPORTING THE WARRIOR WITH RAS 13.50 United States Marine Corps: Robotics in Support of the Warfighter • Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV): Standards based multi-purpose Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) • Robotic Autonomous Systems Command and Control (RASC2): decentralized multi-UxS manager • Warrior Performance Program (WPP): leveraging emerging technologies and integrating them into individual combat equipment • Robotic Vehicle Modular Payloads (RVM-P): Integrating payloads onboard Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV) Captain J. Evan Inglett, Ground Combat Branch Head, United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong, Robotics and Autonomy Branch Head , United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab unmanned systems technology mag lofo.pdf 1 06/11/2019 12:52 14.30 Maintaining Survivability in C-IED Robotics • Robotic use in C-IED • Future utility of robotics in C-IED • Difficulties in using robotics in C-IED Major Martin Laverack, Requirements Manager 1, Special Projects, Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search, DE&S MOD 15.10 Autonomous Systems and Unmanned Vehicles Research – a Swedish Perspectiv • Manned unmanned teaming • Robust navigation • Human – system interaction Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and Protection, Defence and Security Systems, FOI 15.50 Afternoon Tea TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS 16.20 Panel: Manned/Unmanned Teaming for Operational RAS • Optimal mix between unmanned and manned systems for different elements within ground forces • Best practices for testing and validating these mixes though simulation and experimentation • Maintaining the integrity of communications between manned and unmanned vehicles • Benefits and limits of integration of autonomy into teamed robotic vehicles and ethical considerations for “human in the loop” principles Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions, Estonian Defence Forces Dr Martin Hagström, Programme Manager Weapon and Protection, Defence and Security Systems, FOI Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager, Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems, PEO CS&CSS, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Robin Smith, SO1 Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Future Land Warfare Branch, Australian Army 17.00 Issues and Challenges in PNT for Autonomous Systems • Role of robust PNT in ground autonomous systems • Alternative PNT trends and developments • Resilient PNT: role of the complementary systems in provision of assured solutions Dr Ivan Petrunin, Lecturer in Digital Signal Processing for Autonomous Systems, Cranfield University 17.40 Optimising RAS Usage through Training and Simulation • Why RAS requires efficient and effective M&S • Modeling and simulation for RAS • Ensuring effective training for land robotics operators • Modeling and preparing for operations with manned/ unmanned teams Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company 18.20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Brigadier (Ret’d) Ian Cameron-Mowat, Former Head of Force Protection, British Army * denotes a speaker is subject to final confirmation
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