With the recent first flight trials of Taranis and the second set of carrier trials for the X-47B, momentum in UCAV development is gathering. Nations are looking towards next generation air combat systems as part of their long term air capability frameworks, with UCAVs featuring heavily. In what capacity, and to what extent they will replace manned systems is a key area for debate.
Discover the latest developments with the X-47B, Taranis, UCLASS, Neuron and FCAS programmes
Get a detailed understanding of UCAV design architecture and how this will be implemented
Learn how nations are preparing for the integration of UCAVs into their air capability frameworks, looking specifically at procedural and de-confliction approaches
Share lessons learned from operations in Afghanistan and the Middle East and engage in debate on how these can be incorporated into the future of UCAV technologies
From: July 30, 2014 09:00
To: July 31, 2014 17:00
Kensington Close Hotel, Wrights Lane, W8 5SP, Kensington, United Kingdom