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PODS for the Royal Navy

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The future of the Royal Navy and how it could further embrace autonomous technology, including drones, was unveiled at DSEI 2021. In the conceptual phase, the Royal Navy is on track to implement one of these futuristic visions into reality over the coming decade – The Persistent Operational Deployment Systems (PODS).


PODS are interchangeable modules that can be fitted to the surface fleet. Similar in design to a shipping container, the PODS create the idea of a ‘plug and play’ warship and will enable Royal Navy ships of all sizes to be more adaptable and versatile when deployed.


Delivered using innovative technology such as heavy-lift drones carrying torpedoes.

Tags : DEFENCE | INNOVATION | PODS | PERSISTENT OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT SYSTEM | ROYAL NAVY | DSEI 2021

Location : London, UK

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