Maritime Security

Maritime Security

unmanned minehunting

Unmanned minehunting technologies are gaining momentum, and the transition to the widespread use of autonomous systems in mine countermeasures is becoming a reality in...
maritime IOT

IoT connected devices such as sensors have a wide range of applications in the military and security realms. The US Defense Advanced Research Projects...

The United States Navy has recently acquired a new next-generation patrol boat. The 40 Defiant patrol boat platform has been chosen by the United...
maritime acoustic sensor

A new acoustic sensor completes trials. The ULISSES (Ultra-LIght SonicS Enhanced System) acoustic sensor system has completed live sea trial off the coast of...
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By Arie Egozi The problem is universal and some countries are now confronted by it in a growing pace and severity. An exclusive economic zone (EEZ)...
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The US Coast Guard has chosen the University of California San Diego to evaluate and develop so-called “blue water” technology, a safety and law...
Photo illustration US Navy

The British Ministry of Defense (MoD) has unveiled a next-generation unmanned system, known as MAST-13, for the protection of the Royal Navy’s future ships...
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Reliable communication over the open sea is a great technological challenge. It is impossible to have a stationary infrastructure at sea. Nevertheless, increasing resolutions...
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The United States Navy has recently closed a $15.8 million contract with a marine robotics company to upgrade the MK 18 Kingfish unmanned underwater...
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Increasingly connected and automated vessels are becoming a cybersecurity challenge. In an incident last February, a deep draft vessel on an international voyage sailed...
USV illustration by US Navy

The United States Navy is calling for companies to present ideas for the service’s Large Unmanned Surface Vehicle (LUSV). The Navy intends to operate...
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The authority that oversees search and rescue operations in the UK, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) plans to assess the potential use of...
from Boatstopping Youtube

A new boat stopping technology brings to a quick and safe halt vessels whose maneuvers  arouse suspicions about their intent. The new family of...
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Amid concerns over Russia’s alleged efforts to develop capabilities “to track, assess and disrupt undersea communication cables,” the UK has banned transfer of sub...
Photo illustration US Navy

U.S. Navy littoral combat ships will soon be equipped with new sensor systems. Saffire III Electro-Optics Sensor Systems will supply the vessels with image...
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North Korea is well known for its arsenal of nuclear missiles, posing as a threat to many countries. North Korea has always invested a...
PHoto illustration US Navy

Autonomous vehicles in the maritime sphere are less prevalent than aerial systems, yet new developments demonstrate innovation and response to changing needs. A new...
croatia operate UAS

  Starting this summer, the Republic of Croatia will assist in maritime Coast Guard using a helicopter-resembling Unmanned Aerial System (UAS). Croatia will operate the...
Seahawk helicopter photo US Navy

The United States possesses one of the strongest and most intelligent military systems throughout the world. Greece has recently just approached the United States...
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The US Navy declared its MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter mission capable and ready to deploy aboard Littoral Combat Ships. The initial operational capability...
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Small boats used by terrorists or pirates and even armies can pose a major threat, and being able to confront them is vital for...
underwater camera

Underwater surveillance is frequently challenged by the problem of back-scatter caused by light reflecting off particles suspended in the water. An underwater 3D laser...

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