langue en MBDA - 03/05/2019

MBDA presents its new Coastal Defence System

Carlo Giordanello Sales Business Development Technical Military Operations Advisor MBDA Italy discusses MBDAs news Coastal Defence System at Euronaval in 2016.

MBDAs Coastal Defence System can provide both the surveillance of maritime coastal traffic and the interdiction of territorial waters to hostile ships and can launch two different missile options: Marte MK2/N, for those users wanting to control littoral waters at ranges out to 35 Km and Marte ER, for those customers needing to extend control out to a much greater range. The system can be connected through a data-link with an upper level of Command and Control (C2) and can be rapidly deployed anywhere along the coast and easily redeployed on small islands.

The Coastal Battery Remote Station (CBRS 100-MD) is a compact, shelter-contained system, capable of operating in all weather conditions, day or night. As an option, GEM is offering a TV/IIR capability to extend the overall identification performance.

The proposed system will be on display on the SAKT stand and represents the baseline configuration of a Coastal Defence System that satisfies the key requirements of Surveillance, Control and Protection of sea lines of communication as well as the protection of coastal assets.
The baseline is a very simple configuration with a minimum number of components (high performance surface coastal radar, a shelter with C2 functions and associated equipment and a Marte missile launcher) and a low permanent crew requirement. Marte family missiles will be supplied directly by MBDA.