MATRA Coastal Surveillance System: Enhancing Maritime Security


MATRA Coastal Surveillance System is designed to revolutionize the maritime landscape by enhancing security measures, promoting safety protocols, optimizing operational efficiency, and fortifying overall protection within this dynamic and ever-evolving domain.

Through our state-of-the-art technological advancements and expertise, we strive to deliver comprehensive solutions that address the multifaceted challenges faced by the maritime industry, ensuring a robust and secure environment for maritime stakeholders, vessels, and coastal regions.

MATRA’s versatile products can be customized and implemented to cater to the requirements of any maritime awareness mission.

MATRA CSS, Coastal Surveillance System significantly improves situational awareness through its comprehensive radar coverage of coastal areas, territorial waters, and exclusive economic zones enabling an efficient response against smuggling, human trafficking, maritime pollution, illegal immigration, and illegal fishing.

By creating a Recognised Maritime Picture, CSS integrates data from radars, electro-optic sensors, the Automatic Identification System (AIS), and other sensors to provide a comprehensive maritime overview for boosting effectiveness in maintaining maritime security.

MATRA SAR, Search and Rescue system serves as a reliable response decision support system utilized in Search and Rescue scenarios, providing invaluable assistance. Harnessing the power of the latest generation of information technology, MATRA SAR stands at the forefront of advancements in Search and Rescue operations.

By seamlessly integrating Search Area Determination and Search Area Coverage, MATRA SAR ensures compatibility with IAMSAR procedures, enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in critical rescue missions.

With its high technology capabilities, MATRA VTS, Vessel Traffic Services is dedicated to enabling safer and more efficient vessel navigation, in line with IALA standards. MATRA VTS ensures secure navigation from port to port across diverse waterways, straits, and canals while prioritizing environmental sustainability.

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