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Over 2,000 attendees confirmed for MAST MED 2022 conference & exhibition
UK Royal Navy to announce disruptive technologies interests
In a small revision to the planned MAST Advanced Workshop on disruptive technologies, syndicate leaders will give a plenary presentation to participants in the opening session.
Each will discuss their own immediate views on:
- Which disruptive technologies will be needed to keep navies capable in the 10-year-and-beyond timeframe
- Which technologies are likely to be the most disruptive, and where should defence contractors focus their attention
- How can current procurement processes be adapted to ensure the invested technologies are still relevant and capable when delivered
Sign up now, and haer from Australian/UK leading experts spearheading this innovative programme:
- Sir Nigel Richard Shadbolt FRS FREng CITP CEng FBCS CPsychol (chair) – Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, and Professorial Research Fellow in the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK
- Colonel Dan Cheesman Royal Marines – Chief Technology Officer, UK Royal Navy, UK (Military syndicate leader)
- Professor Andrew Lambert – Laughton Professor of Naval History, Department of War Studies, Kings College, University of Oxford, UK (Academia syndicate leader)
- John Best – CTO, Thales Group (Industry syndicate leader)
NB: Registration will close soon.