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REP(MUS) 2019 - NATO hosts its largest maritime unmanned systems exercise in Portugal

23 sept. 2019 16:09

Synopsis

NATO Allies gathered in Troia, Portugal, to practise sharing information from unmanned platforms during Recognized Environmental Picture (Maritime Unmanned Systems), or REP(MUS) 19. The exercise saw Allies using a variety of air and seaborne unmanned vehicles to collect intelligence in support of military and civilian operations. They also tested the JANUS protocol, a means of communicating with underwater vessels that was developed by NATO’s Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation. Footage includes shots of various unmanned systems in action, Portuguese Marines raiding a beach while using intel collected by drones and Portuguese naval special forces boarding a ship. Footage also includes interviews with Kevin Moyer, Steering Board Chairman for NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems Initiative, and Andrea Bell-Miller, International Director for the US Program Executive Office and Head of the US delegation to the Maritime Unmanned Systems Initiative.

Teaser

NATO Allies tested maritime unmanned vehicles and applications in multiple demanding scenarios during exercise REP(MUS) 19 in Portugal.

Transcript

1. (00:00) VARIOUS SHOTS: ROYAL NAVY MARITIME UNMANNED VEHICLE PACIFIC 950 PATROLLING HARBOUR 2. (00:14) CLOSE SHOT: ROYAL NAVY MARITIME UNMANNED VEHICLE VIEWED ON A COMPUTER MONITOR 3. (00:21) VARIOUS SHOTS: PERSONNEL AT WORK IN EXERCISE OPERATIONS CENTRE 4. (00:31) VARIOUS SHOTS: SCREENS IN OPERATIONS CENTRE 5. (00:40) VARIOUS SHOTS: AEROVIRONMENT EMPLOYEES PREP AND LAUNCH A PUMA UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE 6. (01:00) VARIOUS SHOTS: SCIENTISTS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTO PREP AND LAUNCH A LIGHT AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE 7. (01:16) VARIOUS GOPRO SHOTS: SCIENTISTS LAUNCH AND RECOVER AN UNMANNED VEHICLE 8. (01:53) VARIOUS SHOTS: QUAD COPTERS TAKING OFF 9. (02:07) WIDE SHOT: UNMANNED BUGGY PASSING IN FRONT OF QUAD COPTER 10. (02:12) VARIOUS SHOTS: ROYAL NAVY PERSONNEL LAUNCH AN ALLSOPP HELIKITE 11. (02:32) VARIOUS SHOTS: RECOVERY OF A WAVE GLIDER MARITIME UNMANNED VEHICLE 12. (02:49) CLOSE SHOT: SCREENS SHOWING INTERFACE FOR JANUS UNDERWATER COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL 13. (02:55) CLOSE SHOT: DR ROBERTO PETROCCIA, A SCIENTIST WITH NATO CENTRE FOR MARITIME RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTATION, DISCUSSES JANUS PROTOCOL 14. (03:13) VARIOUS SHOTS: SCIENTISTS WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTO PREPARE SENSOR BUOYS FOR DEPLOYMENT 15. (03:31) VARIOUS SHOTS: SCIENTISTS PREPARE MARITIME UNMANNED VEHICLE FOR DEPLOYMENT 16. (03:46) VARIOUS SHOTS: POLISH SAILORS DEPART ON INFLATABLE BOAT WITH A MARITIME UNMANNED VEHICLE 17. (03:50) VARIOUS SHOTS: BELGIAN SAILOR SHOWING SONAR SCANS ON A SCREEN 18. (04:01) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE SAILORS ABOARD THE CORVETTE NRP FIGLIEIRA DA FOZ GET THE SHIP UNDERWAY 19. (04:21) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE MARINES PREPARE FOR A SIMULATED RAID 20. (04:39) MEDIUM SHOT: PORTUGUESE MARINES APPROACH THE BEACH ON AN INFLATABLE BOAT 21. (04:48) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE MARINES CONSULT A TABLET SHOWING INFORMATION FROM A DRONE FLYING OVERHEAD 22. (04:59) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE MARINES MARCHING TO SIMULATED TERRORIST BASE 23. (05:20) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE MARINES LAUNCH SIMULATED ATTACK AND RAID ON BUILDING 24. (05:34) VARIOUS SHOTS: PORTUGUESE NAVY SPECIAL ACTION DETACHMENT COMMANDOS EXECUTE BOARDING EXERCISE ON “HIJACKED” VESSEL 25. (06:30) MEDIUM SHOT: PORTUGUESE FLAG WAVING 26. (06:33) SOUNDBITE IN ENGLISH – KEVIN MOYER, STEERING BOARD CHAIRMAN, NATO MARITIME UNMANNED SYSTEMS INITIATIVE “We can’t cover everything with manned assets. One, it’s a cost problem. And number two, you want to keep the man out of that danger zone. So that’s a huge asset, having that unmanned system out there. It’s a cost thing. The system’s probably going to be lighter, cheaper, easier to get there than sending guys in. So, you know, that safety factor. You might not care if you lose that unmanned system; you’re going to care if you’re putting those guys in danger. So unmanned system, it’s cheap—relatively—so you don’t necessarily care if you lose it as long as you get the data back that you’re sending it out there for a mission.” 27. (07:24) SOUNDBITE IN ENGLISH – ANDREA BELL-MILLER, INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR, US NAVY PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE, UNMANNED AND SMALL COMBATANTS “The importance of that? In a wartime scenario, you want to be able to make... you want to be able to have the force projection which you get from working with our Allies. You want to be interoperable, because that has obvious synergies. And you want to be able to have the most relevant, up-to-date information consolidated into a decision-making tool, which is what we’ve done here.” #END#

Indicateurs média

Référence
NATO778358
Date du tournage
17 sept. 2019 12:00
Date de fin de tournage
19 sept. 2019 12:00
Localisation
Troia, Portugal
Pays
Portugal
Type
B-roll