Warfare Innovation Continuum (WIC) Workshop Developing Autonomy to Strengthen Naval Power 2016 Web Page
Naval Warfare Studies Institute (NWSI)
Naval Postgraduate School
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To support the first line of effort stated in the guidance promulgated by the Chief of Naval Operations in January 2016, the 2016 WIC Workshop will explore robotics and autonomous systems – in particular how increased autonomy will enhance alternative fleet designs, including kinetic and non-kinetic payloads and both manned and unmanned systems. This effort will explore new naval platforms and formations – in a highly "informationalized” environment – to meet combatant commander needs. Small teams of junior officers from NPS and the fleet, and early career engineers from Navy labs, academia and industry will propose technologies and employment concepts in scenario based discussions. Teams will brief their conclusions to sponsors, industry executives, and senior officers on the final morning of the workshop, and these results will be disseminated to fleet commands. This CRUSER sponsored Warfare Innovation Continuum (WIC) workshop will begin with a day of knowledge leveling briefs, followed by two days of facilitated team concept generation work. The workshop will conclude with a morning of final concept briefs to senior leaders.
Naval Warfare Studies Institute (NWSI)|I|ncludes Web Page Capture; Event Schedule and Fact Sheet2016-09 Warfare Innovation WorkshopA CRUSER Sponsored Event. Includes supplementary material
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