Up and steady at the helm! – Together for an operational navy
Threats and challenges are also growing in the maritime scenario – with them the social/political attention and the financial resources available for force planning. To put it more abstractly: The security risks are increasing along with the necessity but also the possibility to actively shape the maritime scenario. Of course, mission and deployment determine naval armament.
But there is more to it than that: the increasingly accelerated technology development, the given framework as well as megatrends such as demographic development or climate change are decisive factors that affect the classic triangle of navy, ÖAG, and research/industry when it comes to the timely development and procurement of future systems as well as the sustainable operation of current stock units.
Against this backdrop, the 25th Marineworkshop will focus on active design approaches for a future navy and the resulting questions regarding deployment, operation, and the technological/industrial basis: Will active sensors still have to be installed on a manned platform in the future or can they accompany it unmanned? How can we achieve more simplicity for the user despite the increasing technical complexity of modern systems? And how can we achieve greater standardisation of human-machine interfaces that reduces the amount of training required and at the same time increases cross-cutting capability? How do we increase the resilience of the systems and the system as a whole, and how do we increase availability?
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