IHS Jane's Navy International


  • Engineering automation

    Advances in ship design, manufacture, and control interfaces can enhance integration through increasing the quantity and complexity of automated systems installed on ships. Anika Torruella reports on the benefits, pitfalls, and driving factors for replacing manpower with machines
  • Best and worst: preparing navies for all possible worlds

    With strategic shifts continuing to re-shape the global strategic balance, Professor Geoffrey Till considers how navies might respond to such shifts and the force structure choices and challenges they face as a result
  • Mainstreaming autonomy: 'Unmanned Warrior' in review

    The UK Royal Navy's recent 'Unmanned Warrior 2016' demonstration was conceived to investigate the potential offered by maritime autonomous systems, and to better understand how such systems might satisfy future capability requirements. Richard Scott finds out how far it succeeded
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