Верхнее меню

Prospects of Development of Marine Robotic Complexes of NATO Member States



V.A. Borodavkin
E.N. Nikulin
R.V. Krasilnikov
pror-ur@bstu.spb.su
nikulinen@rambler.ru
r.v.krasilnikov@mail.ru
vice principal, vice-rector for academic affairs, D. Ustinov Baltic State Technical University, Doctor of Engineering, professor
professor, the Department of Ammunition and Means of Destruction, D. Ustinov Baltic State Technical University, Doctor of Engineering, professor
professor, the Department of Launch and Technical Complexes of Rockets and Space Vehicles, D. Ustinov Baltic State Technical University, Doctor of Engineering, professor
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg

Keywords:

  • marine robotic complexes
  • development and production
  • analysis
  • financing and development programs
  • The research is devoted to the development of military marine robotic complexes designed in NATO member states. We present the analysis of the key markers characterizing the development of marine robotic complexes by the example of the USA as one of the leaders of the industry in question. We also look at issues of the level and dynamics of funding the development of various robotic tools. Special attention to their development is due to the need to fight against drones.