Maritime Surveillance Command and Control for Montenegro
For Immediate Release
Raytheon Solipsys has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) on behalf of Program Executive Office (PEO) Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Integration (C4I) International Integration Program Office, Code PMW-740 to provide a state-of-the-art maritime surveillance system to the country of Montenegro.
The turnkey Maritime Information Management System (MIMS) is a sophisticated command-and-control capability providing enhanced situational awareness in support of maritime sovereignty and security challenges. Built upon Raytheon Solipsys’ expertise in tracking and visualization, MIMS integrates radars and other surveillance sensors, providing sophisticated decision aide functions to track objects and assess their behavior.
The system employs layered, multi-sensor integration and correlation to support the detection and identification of potential sea-based threats utilizing inputs from maritime surveillance radars, Automated Identification System (AIS) receivers, GPS-based self-reporting devices, and other external data sources. All information is presented and managed in real-time on maritime display applications and web portals to various operators and government agencies. Intelligent Decision Aids automatically generate alerts and responses for anomalous conditions, including intruder detection, unexpected vessel behavior, and other safety or security hazards. Operators can tailor or create new decision aides to identify objects and recognize situations of concern as required.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to deliver this coastal surveillance system to the country of Montenegro in support of their national interests, and look forward to seeing it go operational next year," said Mark Trenor, President of Raytheon Solipsys.