Robotic submarines fast-tracked for Sydney Harbour to bridge defence capability gap

Wed, 17 Aug 2022 17:30:24 GMT 7

Robotic submarines fast-tracked for Sydney Harbour to bridge defence capability gap


First of three 30 metre-long underwater drones capable of carrying weapons and diving up to 6,000 metres will be ready in a year

Three robotic submarines will be built on Sydney Harbour within three years to help “mitigate” a looming capability gap, military technology company Anduril’s Palmer Luckey has said during a visit to Australia.

The Anduril chief executive officer said the first 30 metre-long underwater drone would be ready within a year and would act as a deterrent to Chinese aggression.

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