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03/11/23: Uncrewed systems tested as part of Exercise Autonomous Warrior

The Royal Australian Navy has worked with defence industry to test autonomous and uncrewed systems usage in conducting maritime warfare.



Held at Jervis Bay over two weeks, Exercise Autonomous Warrior tested a range of autonomous technologies below and on the surface of the ocean.


This year’s exercise focused on the development and evaluation of autonomous undersea warfare systems and related future operating concepts, critical to the Australian Defence Force’s ongoing operational success.


“Working with our allies, sovereign industry and our science and technology research partners is essential to better understand how the ADF applies uncrewed, robotic and autonomous systems in a complex, changing strategic environment,” said Rear Admiral Stephen Hughes, Head Navy Capability.

“This year’s exercise is focused on the development and evaluation of autonomous undersea warfare systems and related future operating concepts.”

Autonomous Warrior provides a controlled environment to continue developing trusted autonomy and to ensure these systems complement Navy’s submarine and surface fleet.






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