MARITIME SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM State of the art ... - Saab

MARITIME SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM State of the art ... - Saab

MARITIME SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM State of the art ... - Saab


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<strong>MARITIME</strong> <strong>SURVEILLANCE</strong><br />

<strong>SYSTEM</strong> <strong>State</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>art</strong><br />

monitoring and control

The Maritime Surveillance System<br />

from <strong>Saab</strong> represents <strong>the</strong> new vision<br />

<strong>of</strong> Maritime Surveillance for detection,<br />

identification, monitoring and control<br />

<strong>of</strong> <strong>the</strong> territorial sea, economic zones<br />

(EEZ) and environmentally sensitive<br />

areas.<br />

The Maritime Surveillance System from <strong>Saab</strong><br />

deploys <strong>the</strong> powerful multi sensor tracker<br />

(MST) for AIS and radar data. The real time<br />

data is automatically combined with ship<br />

data from <strong>the</strong> integrated Ship Database to<br />

provide a high resolution Consolidated Situation<br />

Picture, where all data and ship photos<br />

are immediately available.<br />

A flexible plug-in architecture provides <strong>the</strong><br />

means to use a wide range <strong>of</strong> sensors.<br />

With <strong>the</strong> Record/Replay module it is possible<br />

to record all ship movements and events,<br />

later to be replayed as forensic evidence during<br />

sea protest.<br />

User Interface features<br />

The integrated desktop manager (dMan)<br />

handles <strong>the</strong> on-site configurable role and<br />

view-based screen configuration, providing<br />

<strong>the</strong> operator with fast switching between different<br />

work tasks.<br />

Main FuncTiOnaliTy<br />

• common Situation Picture and situation<br />

awareness (air, land and Surface) provided<br />

by <strong>the</strong> <strong>Saab</strong> Multi Sensor tracker (MST)<br />

• Message handling (text and graphical)<br />

• alerts and alarms<br />

• auto Surveillance (deviation <strong>of</strong> speed, direction,<br />

route, boundary crossing)<br />

• anomaly detection<br />

• integrated Ship Database<br />

•<br />

Remote radar control<br />

Specifications subject to change without notice<br />

www.saabgroup.com<br />

Strong support is provided for reduced<br />

operators’ workload. This includes features<br />

such as user defined filter sets (incl. area<br />

filtering), user defined zoom areas, tagging<br />

<strong>of</strong> ships with suspicious history. The Auto<br />

Surveillance Pr<strong>of</strong>ile concept fur<strong>the</strong>r reduces<br />

<strong>the</strong> workload by <strong>the</strong> providing means to set<br />

up user-defined event-triggered actions (e.g.<br />

a ship <strong>of</strong> type X enters area B and triggers<br />

<strong>the</strong> actions ‘save event in database’ and ‘give<br />

alert’).<br />

Technical Architecture<br />

The system is built on <strong>the</strong> proven, flexible<br />

and scalable Safir TM platform used in several<br />

<strong>Saab</strong> systems. Strong user au<strong>the</strong>ntication<br />

and fine-grained role based access control is<br />

supported.<br />

The system is adapted to <strong>the</strong> new MARSUR<br />

architecture to provide a regional consolidated<br />

situation picture and extensive data<br />

exchange.<br />

The Ship database information is centrally<br />

administered and updates are automatically<br />

distributed. The Ship Database can also be<br />

used as a stand alone tool on e.g. surveillance<br />

ships.<br />

A regional surveillance centre normally<br />

comprises several operator work stations, redundancy<br />

switched servers, communication<br />

and sensor gateways, but <strong>the</strong> system can also<br />

be used on a single stand alone computer.<br />

• Record and Replay <strong>of</strong> situation picture and<br />

messages<br />

• War diary<br />

• Open XMl track data and message exchange<br />

architecture<br />

• Radar interfaces<br />

• link interfaces<br />

• Hardware and s<strong>of</strong>tware supervision<br />

• automatic redundancy switching<br />

<strong>Saab</strong> Systems Tel +46 8 580 840 00<br />

SE-175 88 Järfälla Fax +46 8 580 322 44<br />

Sweden saabsystems@saabgroup.com<br />

REFEREncE<br />

The new Maritime Surveillance System for <strong>the</strong><br />

Swedish navy is installed in <strong>the</strong> five Regional command<br />

centres in Sweden. The new Swedish costal<br />

radar system provides all centres with data from<br />

any p<strong>art</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>the</strong> Swedish coast. Data is exchanged<br />

with e.g. <strong>the</strong> Finnish counterp<strong>art</strong> (SucFiS) and <strong>the</strong><br />

Swedish coast Guard.<br />

Doc. id: P-300077 - eng - ver 1 - Octoberber 2008

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