CMN NAVAL is demonstrating the autonomous HSI32 live from Cherbourg during World Defense Show 2022
CMN Press release
CMN NAVAL will demonstrate the UHSI32’s ability to execute autonomous transit missions, pattern autonomy and dynamic collision avoidance while being operated via over-the-horizon network connectivity almost anywhere in the world. In addition, Raytheon command and control system will help analyze, track and compile data.
The UHSI32 combines multiple mission capabilities with high-speed performance (over 45 knots) and an extended patrol period of three days. With a length of 32m and beam of 7m, missions include maritime security, search-and-rescue (SAR), insertion, surveillance and protection of assets at sea.
“The UHSI32 is the first high-speed interceptor in its class which incorporates autonomous technology. We will continue to collaborate with world leaders in specific fields to push the boundaries of innovations and to become the world’s most advanced and sustainable shipbuilder.”Fadi S. Pataq of CMN NAVAL.
“As a leading developer of autonomous control systems, Sea Machines brings innovation to the global security and defense sectors.”
“This collaboration with CMN Naval represents the intersection of commercial and government sectors, and the capabilities of autonomous technology. We continue to prove the capabilities of our technology on the world stage, and we look forward to demonstrating its value once more at the World Defense Show.”Frank Relou, business development manager, EMEA, for Sea Machines
The World Defense Show 2022 is described as a fully integrated and future-focused defense event set to showcase the latest technological developments from across the globe.