The International Naval Engineering Conference (INEC) will explore how the shipping and naval sectors can keep up with technological advancement. What must they do to manage the ongoing climate crisis and its effects on our oceans? The discussion will be led by experts in the fields of not only naval engineering, but also digital technology, climate science and other disciplines.
We’re delighted to say that a selection of thought leaders from QinetiQ will be speaking at the event.
Tuesday 8th November
- 17.15 – 17:45 Modernising Submarine Structural Design Capabilities For Next Generation Submarines (Co-authored by Derek Graham, Managing Consultant, & Richard Craven, Principal Engineer)
Wednesday 9th November
- 08:45 – 09:10 Keynote Address on Test and Evaluation as an enabler for innovation, (Cathy O’Carroll, Test and Evaluation Global Campaign Director)
- 16:30 – 17.00 Maritime Uncrewed Air System Solution Architecture (Authored by Edward Timpson, Solution Architect)
Thursday 10th November
- 12.15 – 12:45 Integrating Maritime Autonomous Systems Into The Future Force, How The UK MAPLE Architecture Is Being Developed To Enable Generation After Next Capabilities (Co-authored by William Biggs, Consultant, & Jon Astle, Principal Engineer)