Upcoming Events



Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI)
September 12 - 15, 2017
ExCel, London, UK

Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) is the world leading event that brings together the global defence and security sectors to innovate and share knowledge. DSEI represents the entire supply chain on an unrivalled scale. Liquid Robotics will be exhibiting at stand S9-174, so please stop by.





Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance
September 27 - 28, 2017
Rome, Italy

Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance is the world’s leading forum for maritime ISR professionals. The maritime domain plays host to some of the greatest threats to international security. As Mediterranean nations continue to tackle illegal migration – nearly 16,000 migrants have arrived on Italian shores since January – the wider ISR community must do battle with piracy, drug smuggling and illegal fishing. The operational in-tray is overflowing, with commanders requiring multi-role capabilities that can deliver persistent surveillance for a range of missions.





Pacific 2017
October 3 - 5, 2017
Sydney, Australia

As the only comprehensive international exhibition of its kind in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, PACIFIC 2017 will again provide the essential showcase for commercial maritime and naval defence industries to promote their capabilities to decision-makers from around the world. Liquid Robotics will be sharing space with Boeing, stand #1K3. Come see us!




Speaking Engagements



How Unmanned Surface Vehicles Shine A Light On Dark Targets & Cue Assets For Inspection and Interdiction
September 27, 2017
Mercure Rome West, Rome, Italy

5:15 pm: Vas Podorean, Liquid Robotics Director of Global Business Development speaking will present “How Unmanned Surface Vehicles Shine A Light On Dark Targets & Cue Assets For Inspection and Interdiction.” Even in a world of increasing satellite coverage, 24/7, fully aware maritime monitoring is difficult and costly with traditional assets. Long duration, unmanned surface vehicles can form virtual walls or trip wire formations that employ passive acoustic sensors to detect dark targets. Alerts and acoustic data can provide actionable intelligence allowing organizations to cue UAVs and other assets for inspection, tracking or interdiction. Long duration, unmanned surface vehicles offer persistence and other capabilities that can be leveraged in concert with traditional manned assets to provide for a significant increase in operational efficiency and effectiveness. This session will discuss how a fleet of mobile autonomous systems could be deployed to hot spot areas to increase maritime domain awareness and lower the costs of monitoring and interdiction.