UUVSUnmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase (UK)
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Both clauses in the italicized caveat merit some discussion in the context of the operations of UUVs and USVs.
The market for UUVs is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
Options include ground-based high-frequency OTH and S- or L-band multistatic radars, low-signature high-altitude long endurance (HALE) unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and fixed and distributed undersea sensors and unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV).
During testing, operators from Submarine Development Squadron (SUBDEVRON) 5 Detachment UUV used CCS to plan and execute several surveillance and intelligence preparation missions.
Integrating multipurpose acoustic networks into the observing system will provide basin-wide and regional tomography and thermometry observations; navigation for gliders, floats, and UUVs under ice; and passive acoustic listening.
Even with expanded budgets, the Navy must focus its shipbuilding funds where the need is greatest: putting a new, more dominant surface combatant to sea as fast as possible, expanding its feet of Virginia-class subs (and their arsenals by way of the Virginia Payload) while complementing them with UUVs, and expanding and reworking the LCS feet into a more "frigate-like" configuration--one that would make sense for a variety of allied navies as well.
FDECO will be designed to overcome the two main limitations on UUVs: power and communications.
According to the (http://www.seapowermagazine.org/stories/20141201-lduuv.html) Sea Power magazine , the UUV Stalker could be launched and retrieved by the dry-deck shelter of an Ohio-class guided-missile submarine.
Large-displacement unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) will deploy from ships, shore, or Virginia-class submarine payload tubes to conduct surveillance missions.
UUVs also mostly look like standard torpedoes, in contrast to the more foreboding and futuristic (and therefore interesting) profiles of Predator and Reaper UAVs.
This is simply because UUVs or UGVs do not care, they have no interests, intentions, or self-regard, they harbor no ambitions or hatred, and they are utterly incapable of the "inferiority" (to use another metaphor of folk psychology) characteristic of self-consciousness.
Automatic mobile sensor nodes such as autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs), and low-power gliders typically have plenty of energy which can be supplemented when needed.