DSIT Solutions to Present its Advanced Underwater Sonar and Acoustic Solutions at Indo Pacific 2022
DSIT Solutions, a leading developer and manufacturer of cutting-edge maritime defense and security solutions, will present its advanced underwater sonar and acoustic solutions at Indo Pacific 2022, May 10-12, in Sydney, Australia. The company’s unique systems meet the complex needs of a wide range of Defense, Security and HLS missions.
Among the solutions to be presented at the exhibition are: a sonar-based protection suite for ports, harbors, and other offshore and inshore-based strategic assets; Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), Coastal Domain Awareness Sonar (CDAS) systems that detect submarines and other submersible threats at a very long range; and, wide- and medium-area coverage Diver Detection Sonar (DDS) systems that autonomously and automatically inspect, detect, classify and alert on potential underwater threats such as divers and vehicles.
DSIT’s comprehensive and cost-effective ASW suite for ships – designed to fit on OPVs, Corvettes and Frigates – addresses all underwater threats, automatically detecting and tracking submarines, midget submarines, UUVs and torpedoes.
Also on display will be the company’s Portable Acoustic Range system which measures the radiated noise of submarines and surface vessels in real time.
Portable Acoustic Range (PAR) system
Mr. Hanan Marom, DSIT’s VP Marketing and Business Development, said, “We are very pleased to be participating in this important exhibition, and to present our range of advanced solutions that – thanks to their AI and Machine Learning capabilities – enable simple operation and have minimal maintenance requirements. These solutions are currently in use across five continents, supporting the protection of strategic assets, ports, and vessels. Together with our local partners, we look forward to providing Australia with these solutions, which will enhance the RAN’s defense and security capabilities through supply independence and the ongoing support of Aussie SMEs.”
Indo Pacific 2022, May 10-12, Sydney, Australia, Stand 4G17