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CMRE shows advances in autonomous algorithms for mine countermeasures operations CMRE shows advances in autonomous algorithms for mine countermeasures operations

Date added: 09/30/2016
Date modified: 09/30/2016
Filesize: 73.45 kB

Back from the French-led exercise Olives Noires 2016 , the NATO Research Vessel Alliance is now in the Ligurian Sea to continue scientific tests of new robotic solutions for naval mine countermeasures as part of the Multinational AutoNomous Experiment 2016 (MANEX ‘16).

TECHNOLOGIES WERE PRESENTED TO THE PRESS DURING A MEDIA DAY AT SEA OFF THE COAST OF FRAMURA (LA SPEZIA, ITALY) -

CMRE demonstrates robotic solutions to accelerate mine countermeasures operations CMRE demonstrates robotic solutions to accelerate mine countermeasures operations

Date added: 09/20/2016
Date modified: 09/20/2016
Filesize: 72.95 kB

From 15 to 28 September 2016, the NATO Research Vessel Alliance, operated by the Italian Navy for the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) based in La Spezia (Italy), is taking part for the first time in exercise Olives Noires 2016 in the Mediterranean sea, off the French coast. Olives Noires 2016 (ON16) is a live exercise involving NATO, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek and Slovenian naval units. The aimof the exercise is to enhance operational readiness levels and multinational cooperation training between NATO and French maritime forces in tactics and procedures in the littoral environment.

The primary purpose of the CMRE experiment in Olives Noires 2016 is to test solutions and advance methods for using robotics in mine countermeasures (MCM).

REP16-Atlantic exercise: the perfect international collaboration lab for cutting edge autonomous solutions REP16-Atlantic exercise: the perfect international collaboration lab for cutting edge autonomous solutions

Date added: 07/22/2016
Date modified: 07/22/2016
Filesize: 72.55 kB

From 5 to 31 July 2016, off the coast of Portugal, the Portuguese Navy, the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation and the University of Porto operate again together in the maritime exercise which also marks the first international at-sea campaign for NRV Alliance under the Italian Flag.

The REP16-Atlantic features and objectives have been presented on 18 July in Lisbon (Portugal), in the presence of Rear Admiral Matthew A. Zirkle (U.S. Navy), Deputy Chief of Staff Submarines – COMSUBNATO, and Portuguese authorities.

CMRE observes considerable water temperature increase in the Ligurian Sea CMRE observes considerable water temperature increase in the Ligurian Sea

Date added: 07/08/2016
Date modified: 07/08/2016
Filesize: 73.66 kB

Data was collected by gliders during the LOGMEC environmental campaign, which also marked the longest CMRE gliders’ deployment ever in Italian waters (from 1 May to 30 June 2016).

Data from gliders operating during LOGMEC were also integrated for the first time in near real-time in NATO and national command and control (C2) systems at the Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXploration, eXperimentation, eXamination, eXercise (CWIX).

New flag for the NATO Research Vessel Alliance New flag for the NATO Research Vessel Alliance

Date added: 04/09/2016
Date modified: 04/09/2016
Filesize: 73.83 kB

The larger of CMRE’s ships is now operated by an Italian military crew under an Italian Navy Flag.

On 9 April 2016, at the Italian Naval Base in La Spezia (Italy), the Raising of the Italian Flag Ceremony was held in the presence of Italian and NATO civilian and military authorities, including Vice Admiral Ignacio J. Horcada Rubio, SACT Representative in Europe, Vice Admiral Filippo Maria Foffi, Commander in Chief of the Italian Naval Fleet, Major General Albert Husniaux, NATO STO (Science and Technology Organization) Chief Scientist, and Rear Admiral (Ret.) Hank Ort, STO CMRE Director.

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