SMi Group is proud to announce the inaugral Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA conference in Arlington, VA, 21st and 22nd June 2021. With a renewed focus on maintaining overmatch against near-peer adversaries, the US DoD is investing heavily in land robotics of all sizes to increase Warfighter lethality and remove the soldier from dangerous situations.

The newest and most exciting event in SMi’s unmanned portfolio, MRAS USA is the only US-based event specifically dedicated to military robotics in the land environment. It will bring together the leading US and international program managers, robotics experts and industry to discuss the rapidly expanding role of military robots within the modern battlespace. As new opportunities and challenges emerge in this rapidly changing area, the conference enables the military robotics community to work collaboratively to forge ahead and deliver the very best unmanned capabilities to soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines.

As well as bringing together the US ground robotics community, the conference will gather in some of the most dynamic and innovative international militaries to provide their unique perspectives; no other event in the USA offers the same number of opportunities to meet, discuss and network with opposite numbers from allied nations..

Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA 2021 is the only occasion to meet world-leading experts in the field of autonomous and robotic technologies. Attend the two-day conference and benefit from insights delivered by first-class scientists, researchers, academics and senior military figures from the USA and abroad.

  • Supported by a cross-section of US ground robotics teams and strategic leaders, receive unparalleled insight and access to the US military's ground robotics strategy and development programs.
  • Meet and network with leaders in military robotics from industry, military and government across two days, including dedicated networking lunches and drinks reception.
  • Hear updates and guidance from world leading RAS programme managers.
  • Delve into the latest topics and trends shaping the future of robotics in land forces..
  • Discover cutting-edge ground robotics technology to enhance operational effectiveness and explore opportunities for greater coalition interoperability.


Abaco System; Altinay Aerospace and Advanced Technology; Armada; ARMY HQ; Aselsan A.S; Ben Gurion University of the Negev; British Army; CCDC-Atlantic; CEHC; Combat Capabilities Development Command; Cranfield University; DE&S; DE&S MOD; Defence Academy; Defence Equipment & Support, UK MOD; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory; DIT DSO; DMO; DoD; Domo Tactical Communications (DTC); DSTL; Egyptian Defence Office; Elmo Motion Control UK; Export Support Team; EY; Finnish Defence Forces; Five Three Alpha; FLIR Systems, Inc; FMV; FOI; German Army; Gladius Tactical; IHS Markit; IMP Castle Associates Limited; Infantry Trials and Development Unit; Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd; Maneuver Battle Lab; Microsoft; Milrem; Ministry of Defence; MoD The Netherlands; Moog inc; NDMA; NEXTER-SYSTEMS Head Office; Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation; Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency; Pardus Defence & Security Ltd; Pearson Engineering Ltd; Presidency of Defence Industries; Qinetiq; Radley Consulting; Rheinmetall Canada Inc; Rheinmetall Electronics; Royal Netherlands Army; SAAB AB; Saab Dynamics; Safran Group; Silvus Technologies, Inc.; Soucy Defence; Soucy Defense Division; Soucy International Inc; UK MoD; Undersecretariat for Defence Industry ; University of Defence; University of Oxford; University of Oxford/Air Force Institute of Technology; US ARMY; US Army Corps of Engineers; USC Institute for Creative Technologies; Vetronics Research Centre; US Marine Corps

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix

Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix, Former Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7 Headquarters, US Army

9:10 US Army Robotics Long-Term Strategy, Requirements and Funding

Mr Stuart Hatfield

Mr Stuart Hatfield, Branch Chief, Soldier Systems and Unmanned Ground Systems, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, US Army

  • Overall robotics requirements to fit RAS goals in 30-year strategies
  • Available funding for robotics development and how industry can further integrate with Army research
  • Redesigning existing formations to integrate RAS at the lowest levels
  • Anticipated challenges of integrating and fielding robotics across the whole US Army
  • 9:50 Australian Army Robotics Development and RAS Role in Future Force Planning

    Brigadier Ian Langford

    Brigadier Ian Langford, Director General Future Land Warfare, Australian Defence Force

  • Australian Army RAS testing and experimentation: lessons for effective creation of RAS capability
  • The role of robotics in future Australian land forces and plans for gradual integration of RAS into current formations
  • Human/machine teaming for effective cognitive processes
  • 10:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    11:10 Morning Coffee

    11:40 Maintaining Situational Awareness and Exploiting the Information Advantage with Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Colonel Scott Anderson

    Colonel Scott Anderson, Project Officer Unmanned Air Systems, PEO Aviation, US Army

  • Soldier-launched aircraft system: benefits of small UAVs for enhanced situational awareness
  • Considerations for protecting small UAVs from EW operations and connectivity requirements to exploit picture streaming
  • Future of small UAV acquisition and integration into mounted and dismounted formations
  • 12:20 Pursuing Remote-Control Fighting Vehicles: Robotic Combat Vehicle Update

    Lieutenant Colonel Chris Orlowski

    Lieutenant Colonel Chris Orlowski, Product Manager Robotic Combat Vehicle, US Army

  • Progress of the Robotic Combat Vehicle team in creating a robotic vehicle capability for the warfighter and priorities for the future
  • Where the RCV will operate in the battlegroup and its role in supporting the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicles
  • Overcoming ground navigation limitations and integrating artificial intelligence to enable the RCV to fulfil its role in the battlegroup
  • 13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Rapid Equipping Force: Delivering RAS To The Warfighter At Speed

    Colonel Joe Bookard

    Colonel Joe Bookard, Director, Rapid Equipping Force, US Army

  • Leveraging innovation from industry to improve RAS capabilities
  • Adapting to rapid requirements with agile collaborative efforts
  • Managing rapid integration with expeditionary laboratories and fabrication facilities
  • 14:40 Product Manager Applique and Large Unmanned Ground Systems

    Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer

    Lieutenant Colonel Jon Bodenhamer, Product Manager Applique’ and Large Unmanned Ground Systems (ALUGS), PEO CS&CSS, PEO CS&CSS

  • Using Rapid Acquisition for development, production, and fielding of the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport (SMET)
  • Autonomous systems for Area and Route Clearance
  • Tactical employment of Leader Follower technology for combat Logistics
  • Looking ahead to future large UGV acquisition
  • 15:20 Ground Robotics Mobility in Challenging Conditions

    Dr Chen Li

    Dr Chen Li, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering

  • Effective locomotion in nature happens by transitioning between multiple modes (e.g., walk, run, slither, etc.).
  • Despite this, far more progress has made been on understanding how to generate and stabilize near-steady-state movement within a single mode.
  • Our research begins to reveal the usefulness of a statistical physics approach for understanding how to compose dynamic locomotor transitions across distinct modes in complex terrain.
  • 15:50 Afternoon Tea

    16:30 UK Strategic Perspective: Incorporating Robotics and Autonomous Systems into Future British Army Operations

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, Capability Development, British Army

  • The British Army’s overall robotics strategy and direction
  • Progress in creating a robust RAS capability for ground forces: current projects and testing
  • Agile acquisition and testing: how the British Army works with industry to drive progress and innovation
  • Future of British Army robotics: where are going in the next 5 years
  • 17:10 United States Marine Corps: Robotics in Support of the Warfighter

  • Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV): Standards based multi-purpose Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)
  • Robotic Autonomous Systems Command and Control (RASC2): decentralized multi-UxS manager
  • Warrior Performance Program (WPP): leveraging emerging technologies and integrating them into individual combat equipment
  • Robotic Vehicle Modular Payloads (RVM-P): Integrating payloads onboard Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV)
  • Captain Evan Inglett

    Captain Evan Inglett, Ground Combat Branch Head, United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab

    Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong

    Staff Sergeant Matt Foglesong, Robotics and Autonomy Branch Head , United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab

    17:50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix, Former Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7 Headquarters, US Army

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix, Former Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7 Headquarters, US Army

    9:10 Maximising Lethality and Gaining Overmatch in Close Combat with RAS

    Colonel Johnny Cochran

    Colonel Johnny Cochran, Deputy Director, Close Combat Lethality Task Force, The Pentagon

  • Close Combat Lethality Task Force overview and priorities for optimising the close combat warrior
  • Opportunities for robotics to integrate with close combat teams for maximal lethality and overmatch
  • Autonomous weaponry: considerations for use in close combat operations
  • The future of AI for Small Unit Manuever
  • 9:50 Implementation of Autonomous Systems – Reconsidering Operational Balance?

    Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik

    Lieutenant Colonel Sten Allik, Senior Staff Officer/Future Solutions, Estonian Defence Forces

  • Impact of technology proliferation on operational capabilities of small forces
  • Implementation of unmanned ground systems - question of technology or concepts?
  • Challenges for coalitions – how to stay interoperable?
  • 10:30 Supporting Special Operations with Autonomous and Unmanned Systems

    Major Will Taylor

    Major Will Taylor, Product Lead for Human Machine Team, PEO SOF Warrior, USSOCOM

  • Current projects to acquire and integrate unmanned assets into special operations
  • How RAS can augment the operator and the squad
  • Using edge analytics to support the delivery of autonomous assets
  • Where we are going: the direction of effort for RAS in special operations
  • 11:10 Morning Coffee

    11:40 Maneuver Robotics Integration and Creating Effective Robotically Equipped Formations

    Mr Ted Maciuba

    Mr Ted Maciuba, Deputy Director Robotics Requirements, Maneuver CDID, US Army

  • Integration testing in maneuver formations and experimentation efforts so far
  • Manned/unmanned teaming with armoured formations: optimal mix between manned and unmanned systems and how the US Army can develop effective ways to test and verify this ratio
  • Case-study: robotic complex breach concept for manned/unmanned teaming
  • 12:20 Applying Artificial Intelligence for Small Unit Maneuver

    Senior Chief Petty Officer James Harvey

    Senior Chief Petty Officer James Harvey, Senior Enlisted Advisor, N9 Future Concepts and Innovation, United States Naval Special Warfare Command

  • Role of the N9 Future Concepts and Innovation Directorate in informing the force on developments in robotics and AI.
  • Man-machine teaming via multi-modal communications to achieve optimal employment of unmanned systems in contested, complex, or congested environments.
  • Using synthetic environments to train AI models and optimize application of robotic systems.   
  • 13:00 Networking Lunch

    14:00 Robotics and Autonomous Systems: From Basic Research to Deployment

    Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

    Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan, Interim Director of the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Description of the Robotics stack
  • Current successes and challenges
  • Academic, Industry, Government Partnerships
  • 14:40 Integrating Autonomy into Military RAS

    Dr Brian Sadler

    Dr Brian Sadler, Senior Research Scientist, Intelligent Systems, Army Research Laboratory

  • ARL's research into autonomy for military systems
  • Current limitations of autonomy
  • Ethical considerations
  • Building the future: how the future battlefield will look with autonomous systems
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:50 Novel Field Robots for Military Applications and Multi-Domain Operations

    Professor Pinhas Ben-Tzvi

    Professor Pinhas Ben-Tzvi, Director, VT Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory, Virginia Tech

  • Autonomous mobile robots with symbiosis of mobility and manipulation and modular and recon?gurable mobile robotics for search & rescue
  • Design and integration of Semi-Autonomous Victim Extraction Robots (SAVERS) with autonomous casualty pose estimation and manipulation
  • Design of intelligent bioinspired robotic tails for robust dynamic stabilization and agile maneuvering of legged robots
  • 16:30 R&D Panel: Advancing Robotics for Defence Use

    Dr Chen Li

    Dr Chen Li, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering

    Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan

    Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan, Interim Director of the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

    Dr Brian Sadler

    Dr Brian Sadler, Senior Research Scientist, Intelligent Systems, Army Research Laboratory

    Professor Pinhas Ben-Tzvi

    Professor Pinhas Ben-Tzvi, Director, VT Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory, Virginia Tech

    17:10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix

    Major General (Ret'd) Bill Hix, Former Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7 Headquarters, US Army


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