Conduct efficient aerial surveillance of critical marine channels with Aerosonde for sea-based operations. Aerosonde can be ship-launched and recovered to patrol vast waters for suspicious activity.
Imagery data and live video feeds are constantly being sent back to control stations. Analysts can leverage these data sources by utilizing RemoteView to analyze this information for anomalies and alert authorities of areas of concern or vulnerability.
A tactical operations center could receive live aerial feeds and fuse that information with near-real-time intelligence reporting in the iCommand C2 system. During an evolving threat situation, analysts can request to dynamically task assets from iCommand.
Based on the threat’s current course and probable destination, CUSV is deployed to intercept the unauthorized vessel and verify that the threat is not a suicide boat. If the vessel is harmless, CUSV is capable of escorting errant sea-farers to shore. If the vessel is deemed a threat, the CUSV will provide a live feed to assist responding assets.
Critical information and live feeds are passed to manned airborne platforms such as the Beechcraft King Air 350ER.
Once the threat vessel is verified and the risk is assessed, crews aboard the Motor Lifeboat can deploy to interdict and apprehend those onboard.