Apresentação em tema: "European Unmanned Maritime Systems"— Transcrição da apresentação:
1European Unmanned Maritime Systems 3rd workshop onEuropean Unmanned Maritime SystemsThe Portuguese MoD support to R&Da maritime perspectivePorto, 29MAI14Thank the audienceThank to EDA for accepting the challenge to make it out of Brussels. This challenge was putted into the table almost one year ago and preparation has been performed for about 7 or 8 months.Thank to INESCPorto for all the weariless support
2The Portuguese MoD Structure Portuguese MoD StrutureThe Portuguese MoD StructureMoDDefence Secretary of StateGeneral Chief of StaffSGGeneral SecretariateDGAIEDArmaments and InfrastructuresDGPDNDefence PolicyDGPRMPersonel and recruitmentNavyArmyAir Force
3DGAIED atributions Regulatory decree n.º 5/2012 January,18 Armaments Directorate atributionsDGAIED atributions Regulatory decree n.º 5/2012 January,18Art. 2.ºMission and atributions1 — DGAIED’s mission to concebe, propose, coordenate, execute and support activities related to defence armaments, and defence infrastructures, necessary to fulfill national defence missions .2 — DGAIED follows its missions:a) Contributing to the definition, planning, coordination and following of the defence policies execution in the domains of armaments and equipment of the Armed Forces, civillian and military infrastructures necessary to the national defence, research and development in the areas of sciencies and defence technlogies, the defence industrial and technological basis, environment, quality, normalization, geographical information services….
4What about the maritime environment? Vision of the futureWhat about the maritime environment?Our Strategy is to achieve this…!!!
5Main areasthe worl over water Maersk :400 metres long, 59 metres wide and 73 metres high, the 20 new vessels will be deployed on the vital Asia to Europe trade. Capacity to feet containersAllure of the Seas : 360 mts, 225,282 tons Crew: 2,384 + passengers 5,400 = 7784 persons on boardKnock Nevis is the largest super-tanker (ULCC built ever. The deadweight of the vessel is 565,000 metric tons, the length is 458 meters, beam of 69 meters and draft of 26.4 meters
6Nimitz : 332.8 m length ; stay at sea for about 25 years Defence meansNimitz : 332.8 m length ; stay at sea for about 25 years
7Is Maritime only at Sea level? Maritime at all levelsIs Maritime only at Sea level?Defence is not a selfish act of the military.Is about the protection of one of the major, if not the major one, asset that we can afford and where is still the majority of our natural resources in earth.
8How to build the BLUE GOWTH? Defence Strategies – the European levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?
9Common Security and Defence Policy European Maritime Security Strategy Defence Strategies – the European levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?Common Security and Defence Policy1 – Enlarge the missions carried out under the CSDP Framework2 – Mutual defence clause3 - Extend EDA list of competences4 – Permanent Structured CooperationAt UN level and IMO –International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (1972)(former ESDP)1 - offer a framework for cooperation within which the EU can conduct operational missions in third countries. Specifically, the aims of these missions are peace-keeping and strengthening international security. They rely on civil and military assets provided by Member StatesBefore the Treaty of Lisbon entered into force, the tasks which could be carried out under the framework of the CSDP were:humanitarian and rescue tasks;conflict prevention and peace-keeping tasks;tasks of combat forces in crisis management.The Treaty of Lisbon adds three new tasks to this list:joint disarmament operations;military advice and assistance tasks;tasks in post-conflict stabilisation.3 - the Agency shall:set common objectives for Member States in terms of military capacity;introduce and manage programmes in order to achieve the set objectives;harmonise Member States’ operational needs and improve the methods for procuring military equipment;manage defence technology research activities;contribute to strengthening the industrial and technological base of the defence sector and improving the effectiveness of military expenditure.4 - participating Member States commit to developing their defence capacities more intensively and to supplying combat units for planned missions. The EDA regularly assesses participating Member States’ contributionsEMSSThe objective of this strategy would be to provide a common framework for relevant authorities at national and European levels to develop further their specific policies. The aim of such a strategy would be to protect EU's strategic maritime interests and identify options to do soEuropean Maritime Security Strategy(under development)1 - Identify and articulate the main strategic maritime interests of the EU;2 - Identify and articulate the maritime threats, challenges and risks to the strategic maritime interests of the EU;3 - Provide the common policy objectives, common principles and areas of common support as the backbone of the joint strategic framework in order to create coherence for the diverse and wide array of sector specific maritime policies and strategies.
10How to build the BLUE GOWTH? Defence Strategies – the National levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?Conceito Estratégico de Defesa Nacional(National Defence Strategic Concept)1 – Analyzes National and International context and interests2 – Identifies main threats and risks(defence and security)3 – Cooperation and alliancies4 – Invest in the maritime resources5 - R&T&I as a main focus2 – piracy, rare materials dispute, transnational organized crime ….4 – one of its strategic action vector is to invest in the maritime resourcesAnd for it it is necessary surveillance, means, coordination, public policies to improve sea economy, we need qualified human resources
11Conceito Estratégico Militar (Military Strategic Concept) Defence Strategies – the National levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?Conceito Estratégico Militar(Military Strategic Concept)
12Estratégia Nacional para o Mar (National Strategy for Sea) Defence Strategies – the National levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?Estratégia Nacional para o Mar(National Strategy for Sea)Is, at national level, what the european strategy aims to be at european level.It’s not direct responsibility of the PT MoD
13How to build the BLUE GOWTH? Defence Strategies – the National levelHow to build the BLUE GOWTH?Estratégia da Base Tecnológica e Industrial de Defesa(National Technological and Industrial Base Defence Strategy)BTID – aims the development of the national industrial base priviledging prioritary technologies that can fullfil the military needs, not only in the full military sense, but also in the dual-use technologies.Basically, is an economic and diplomatic strategy aimed to the defence market!R&D strategy- it’s the starting point of the BTID strategy. Like any other R&D strategy, aims to contribute to build capabilities through development. The difference to other common R&D strategies is that we want to be more consequent and focused, as a governmental institution. Identifies theEstratégia de I&D de Defesa(National R&D Defence Strategy)
14Prioritary Technologies R&D Defence Strategy Prioritary TechnologiesPrioritary TechnologiesTechnologiesPrioritary TechnologiesT01.Advanced MaterialsT02.Energetic MaterialsT03.Opto-ElectronicsT04.Information and Comunication TechnologiesT05.Sensors and Radar TechnologiesT06.CBRN TechnologiesT07.BiotecnologiesT08.NanotecnologiesT09.Energy SystemsT10.Missiles and Propultion TechnologiesT11.Engineering & Tooling TechnologiesSystemsPrioritary TechnologiesS01. Satellite surveillance and space military technologiesS02.Unmanned SystemsS03.Command and Control SystemsS04.Operational EnvironmentIntegrationPrioritary TechnologiesD01.Modelation, SimulationD02.Electronic Warfare and Focal Energy SystemsD03.Human Factors and MedicineD04.Protection (individuals)
15Nationally Bilaterals EC EDA NATO How to do it International CooperationHow to do itNaturalmente, e porque o mundo de hoje é uma verdadeira aldeia global, e não estamos sozinhos, há também que apostar nas parcerias internacionais depois de, naturalmente termos a “casa” arrumada com as parcerias internas.Assim, as principais agências de defesa onde nos encontramos inseridos – a NATO e a Agência europeia de Defesa – têm-se constituído pilares fundamentais e prioritários em tecnologias no domínio de defesa.Naturalmente que as parcerias estratégicas nacionais fora desse contexto são também uma parte essencial. Os países da CPLP, da iniciativa 5+5, entre outros ou as cooperações bilaterais com diversos países, permitem encontrar oportunidades extremamente interessantes.Em tecnologias de áreas não exclusivas à defesa, as denominadas tecnologias de duplo uso, ou hibridas, têm também permitido encontrar oportunidades de cooperação extremamente interessantes e que, recentemente começaram a dar os seus frutos. Refiro, naturalmente, os projetos cooperativos internacionais no âmbito do 7º programa quadro que, com a preciosa colaboração do GPPQ, temos conseguido uma participação significativa e de grande prestígio para Portugal e que queremos agora exponeneciar as oportunidades para o H2020.No anterior programa quadro, que teve a nossa primeira participação, permitiu tomar conhecimento do processo e começar a expandir a rede de contactos para fora das nossas fronteiras. De facto, conhecermos e sermos conhecidos é extremamente importante para fortalecer o networking e começar a participar em alguns fora, que mais à frente vou referir, é extremamente importante para um arranque suave mas consolidado.ECEDANATONationallyBilaterals
17- Unmanned Systems (UMS) - Situational Awereness Main projets- Unmanned Systems (UMS)- Situational AwerenessCognitive Radio (CORASMA)Disruptive Networks (MIDNET)Communication systems (SIC-T)Decision Support SystemsCoastal Monitoring System (SIMOC)Cyber security…17
18The (near) future C4I Integration into System of Systems Main areasThe (near) futureC4IIntegration into System of SystemsData mining and processingCyber Security and DefenceEnergy efficiencyMaterialsHuman factors… resilience, integrity, compatibility, sustainability
19Some preocupations Technology transfer Policy Funds Unfair competitors Main concernsSome preocupationsPolicyFundsUnfair competitorsCyber threatsLevel of academic education…Technology transfer19
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