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Large UUV to be forward-deployed by fiscal year 2026, Navy official confirms - News

April 04, 2023

SEA-AIR-SPACE 2023--NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. The U.S. Navy's 85-foot uncrewed submarine -- the Orca extra-large uncrewed underwater vehicle (XLUUV) -- is now scheduled to be forward-deployed by fiscal 2026, a Navy unmanned systems program manager told attendees of the Navy League's Sea-Air-Space symposium on Tuesday.


Ship-based modular radars have potential applications for uncrewed systems, says Navy official - News

April 03, 2023

SEA-AIR-SPACE 2023--NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. The U.S. Navy is exploring how ship-based radar systems can be further shrunk to accommodate uncrewed systems, and a modular approach is helping them to do that, a Navy official said at the Navy League's Sea-Air-Space exhibition on Monday.


Anti-submarine training UUVs for Navy to get refresh, 10-year contract - News

November 29, 2022

NEWPORT, R.I. The U.S. Navy's Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport has contracted with Saab to modernize and qualify the MK39 EMATT [expendable mobile antisubmarine warfare training target], a small (3 feet/22 pounds) sonobuoy-size unmanned underwater vessel (UUV) programmed to conduct various anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training scenarios. 


Unmanned surface ship project for U.S. Navy awards six contracts - News

August 03, 2022

WASHINGTON. The U.S. Navy asked six companies that specialize in autonomous marine vessels to come up with different concepts for a large unmanned surface vessel (LUSV) that would carry cargo, sensors, and weapons and travel the ocean in addition to the Navy’s manned surface force.


Software to track COVID-19 cases aboard ships developed by Navy - News

August 17, 2020

WASHINGTON. Damage control software to track the spread of the COVID-19 virus is being rolled out to U.S. Navy vessels, the Naval Sea Systems Command said. The software will be delivered in laptop computers to171 surface ships, and will be used to repurpose the existing Advanced Damage Control System (ADCS), officials said.


U.S. Navy hack event encourages innovation in maritime security - News

October 01, 2018
SEATTLE. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) recently hosted HACKtheMACHINE, the Navy?s digital experience for building a community of practice in maritime security.