Drone defence and surveillance UAV
Detect, identify and disable ‘unwanted’ drones at an early stage to maintain privacy and safety onboard. Whether it’s keeping track of VIPs, ensuring a safe passage or assessing a long-range threat, the military encrypted UAV provides a secure connection, voice transmission, internet to the main vessel, live video streaming and thermal imagery.
HD/4K cameras provide essential analytics to assist with human detection, MOB, fire and smoke detection, as well as aiding navigation. Long-range CCTV is used for early detection and identification of a threat with HD thermal observation. Built-in counter measure options include laser dazzler and other classified options, which are subject to NDA.
Inbound Threat Radar Imaging
360 HD thermal radar provides stable images, detecting air and sea targets with AIS identification – informing on both distance and speed and enabling you to monitor marine traffic from a safe distance. Identify wooden skiff and ribs which normal radar would not detect. Thermal imagery also assists MOB.
Sonar Alerts and 3D Imaging
Detect, track and deter with advanced sonar to alert security to divers and incoming submersibles. Providing a secure underwater perimeter around the vessel. Sonar can be lowered by hand or installed in a hoist system. 3D imaging navigation sensors can be placed on the main vessel or tender.
Encrypted AIS asset tracking with onboard CCTV transmits live multiple video streams to the main vessel with secure voice and internet transmission. Integrated sonar for safe passage, engine management and health and safety. Hijacking protection with remote disabling, panic alarm and automatic message to the bridge/security team.
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