Military Robotics

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About Military Robotics

Don’t miss SMi’s Military Robotics 2012 conference, taking place in London on the 12-13 November 2012.

As operations on the battle field become more tactile and as technology advances, the need and want for military robots become even more real. From ground robots to unmanned drones, it seems everyone is taking great interest in the autonomous robots and keeping a close eye on new projects and investments being made.

Delegates will have the chance to gain insight into the latest technologies being used by companies to create robots which serve military purposes and have the opportunity to be a part of the debate which surrounds the ethical and legal issues around the subject. How ethical is it to use artificial intelligence on the battlefield verses humans? Join the discussion by registering your place today.

Key speaker highlights include presentations from:

  • Lieutenant Colonel Sandor Zsiros, Head of Technology Department, NATO EOD COE
  • Dr. Alberto Broggi, Head of Artificial Intelligence Vision Research Laboratory, University of Parma
  • Lieutenant Ian Scattergood, Explosive Ordanance Engineering, UK Defence Academy
  • Frank Schneider, Programme Manager, Fraunhofer Institute
  • Dr. Geert De Cubber, Project Coordinator at Unmanned Vehicle Centre, Royal Military Academy of Belgium
  • Dr. Bill Powers, Research Fellow, Centre for Emerging Threats and Opportunities, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory
  • Noel Sharkey, Computer Science and Engineering, Sheffield University

Visit www.milrobotics.comto view the full speaker line-up

The conference intends to draw upon valuable case studies of current systems utilised in military operations, assess the emerging global market in terms of procurement of Unmanned and Autonomous Vehicles and shed light on the cutting edge research and development programs paving the way for future integration.

More Information and Registration

To learn more about Military Robotics, to register to attend or exhibit, please click below.

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