Denmark develops new under water drones

Denmark develops new under water drones

08-10-2018 12:00:00

Denmark is cooperating with NATO regarding the development of new under water drones that can fight submarines and mines. Nato perceives the development of new autonomous systems as an important renewal and strengthening of the Alliance's fighting force.

The plan is for the drones to work closely with staffed vessels, which increases the affectivity while cutting costs at the same time.

Aside from the under water drones, the cooperation also includes the development of new autonomous above water vessels.

Denmark is one of the 13 NATO-countries participating in the cooperation. The other countries are Belgium, Greece, Holland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Great Britain, Turkey, Germany and the US.

Norway is one of the countries most advanced in developing drones capable of identifying and fighting underwater targets.

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