Advanced Navigation joins Team Defence Australia at the Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington DC. This event provides Advanced Navigation with a hands-on opportunity to showcase the company’s innovative AI-based technology with field-proven PNT under demanding conditions. Advanced Navigation will be connecting with stakeholders from around the world, including senior army leaders and top industry members.
When: 10-12 October 2022
Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center – 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001, United States (Google Maps)
Stand/Booth: Hall A Booth 625 (Event Map)
Visit Advanced Navigation at the Australian Department of Defence stand. Team Defence Australia supports Australia’s defence industry, providing Advanced Navigation with a platform to showcase its export-ready innovative inertial navigation solutions and micro-AUV.
Registration is free and is now open to AUSA members and those with an identifiable relationship with AUSA. Please see the registration site for all details.
AUSA 2022 Annual Meeting and Exposition
The AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition will be held over three days in Washington DC and is the largest land power and professional defence development program in North America. This event is an opportunity for all AUSA members and stakeholders to be updated on military and national security matters. Attracting over thirty thousand people each year, this event will feature workshops, seminars, panel discussions and keynote presentations on the future of the American defence industry. The 2022 Meeting aims to deliver the Army’s message by highlighting the capabilities of defence organisations through technological advancements.
Meet our Advanced Navigation Team at AUSA 2022
Chief Executive Officer
Chris Shaw is the CEO and co-founder of Advanced Navigation, a robotics and navigation AI-based technology company.
Chris earned his degrees in business and electronic engineering from the University of Western Australia graduating with First Class Honours. During this time, Chris was a research and development engineer at Entecho, a company focused on developing air taxis and aerial vehicles. Following this, he joined Cyber Technology, a company specialising in autonomous vehicles.
Upon discovering a gap in the market for small robust high-performance autonomous navigation solutions, Chris co-founded Advanced Navigation with business partner Xavier Orr. Since 2012, the company has experienced great success and has progressed into several deep technology fields, including underwater acoustics, GNSS antennas and receivers, radio frequency systems, inertial sensors, robotics, and quantum-enhanced inertial navigation.