Defence:Trilateral Aukus agreement redefines submarine warfare with a sonobuoys algorithm

The future of Britain’s submarine fleet is being reshaped by a trilateral defence agreement known as Aukus, involving the UK, Australia, and the USA.

Watch: Aukus ushers in new era in submarine detection

The next-generation SSN-Aukus submarines, set to be built in the UK and Australia in the 2030s, will exemplify this international collaboration.

Beyond submarines, Aukus has already started revolutionising submarine detection, with a new algorithm allowing shared sonobuoy data processing by the end of this year. 

This technological synergy promises to enhance anti-submarine warfare capabilities across the vast Indo-Pacific region as the video above explains.

It will turn the cat-and-mouse game of submarine hunting into a co-ordinated effort, where an array of ‘cats’ makes it nearly impossible for the ‘mice’ to hide in the vast Indo-Pacific waters.

Become A Digital Member

Visit State or Territory Associations

Click here for Queensland Branch Click here for Northern Territory Branch Click here for Western Australia Branch Click here for South Australia Branch Click here for New South Wales Branch Click here for Australian Capital Territory Branch Click here for Victoria Branch Click here for Tasmania Branch

War Memorial

Campaign Donations

Follow Us