2018 Undersea Warfare Science & Technology Objectives NAVSEA (SEA07)

Accelerating the Development of Metal Additive Manufacturing Technology Capabilities in Naval Shipbuilding (HII-NNS)

Additive Manufacturing in Afloat Environments (NSWC Carderock and NAVSEA 05T)

Air Independent Emergency Power (AIEP) for Submarines (Siemens Government Technologies)

Effectively Downselecting Large Sets of Design Space Data (HII-NNS)

Employment of UUVs in Providing Third-Party Cueing and Far-Forward Force Projection in Support of U.S. Submarine Force Missions Against Quiet and Numerically Superior Adversaries (L3 Technologies, Boeing and Hydroid)

Integrated Digital Shipbuilding – Leveraging Digital Information for Ship Construction and Maintenance (NII-NNS)

Links of the Chain: A Modeling & Simulation Environment for Undersea Systems Development (NUWC Newport)

New Approaches to Launching and Recovering Payloads from Submarines (GDEB)

NiobiCon – A Wet-Mate Electrical Connector Without Oil or Seals (Northrop Grumman)

Advanced High-Performance SONAR Payload for Micro-UUVs (Northrop Grumman)

OCEANLENS (Booz Allen Hamilton)

Optical Comms for C3 of Sensors, Payloads, Submarines, and UxV Platforms (Leidos)

Project APEX: A Lightweight SSKN Concept Design (U.S. Naval Academy)

Real-Time Signals Intelligence from a REMUS 600 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (Hydroid)

Sonar-Based Fire Control System for Undersea Supercavitating Projectiles (Northrop Grumman)

SubVRt BYG-1 (General Dynamics Mission Systems)


These papers will be included in the Proceedings available to attendees after the symposium:

Next Generation Warfare from Under the Sea

Evaluation of Long-Range Acoustic Communications over the Deep Sound Channel (Draper)

Passive Acoustic Tracking of Supercavitating Projectiles for Undersea Fire Control Systems (Northrop Grumman)

Undersea Optical Communications for Cross-Domain Networking for C3 of Sensors, Payloads, Submarines, and UxV Platforms (Leidos)

Accelerating Design to Capability

Submarine Payload Capacity and Forward Replenishment (JHU/APL)

A Control Surface for Naval Superiority (NSWC Carderock, NAWC Aircraft Division, HII-NNS)

Future of Strategic Deterrence (Nuclear and Conventional)

Advanced Carbon Dioxide Removal Unit (ACRU) for Future & Current U.S. Navy Submarines (UTC Aerospace Systems, NAVSEA)

Distributed and Cross-Domain Warfare Enablers

Cross Domain Maritime Surveillance and Targeting (CDMaST) – Developing and Demonstrating Distributed Lethality for 21st Century Maritime Dominance (Northrop Grumman)

Anticipating and Disrupting Adversary Technology

The Impact of Active Underwater Electromagnetic Barriers on Submarine Design (NSWC Carderock)

Future Worlds – Driving Pol-Mil, Technology Evolution and Economic Forces that will Alter the Nature of Undersea Warfare (U.S. Naval War College, NUWC)