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INDUSTRIAL | Aerospace & Defense / Other weapon design & manufacturing
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Founded Year

2011

Stage

Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised

$10M

Last Raised

$10M | 3 mos ago

About Maritime Tactical Systems

Maritime Tactical Systems (MARTAC) has patented a unique class of MANTAS unmanned vessels. Its unmanned surface and hybrid vessels are accompanied by a robust Command and Control (C2) system known as TASKER. The company's MANTAS USV enables the coverage of open ocean and littoral waterways with extended on-station persistence capability. Its product line of unmanned vessels can range from 2.5' to 50' and is capable of extremely high surface speeds.

Maritime Tactical Systems Headquarter Location

511 N John Rodes Blvd Suite 103

Melbourne, Florida, 32934,

United States

321-292-9443

Latest Maritime Tactical Systems News

UK MoD acquires MANTAS T12 USV for further study

May 19, 2020

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has awarded Maritime Tactical Systems (MARTAC), a Florida-based developer of modular unmanned surface vessels (USVs), a GBP1.8 million (USD2.4 million) contract to deliver five Man-Portable Tactical Autonomous Systems (MANTAS) T12 USVs to the Royal Navy and Joint Forces Command (JFC, now Strategic Command) for further experimentation. The contract includes the provision of integrated sensors, spares and ancillary equipment, training, and technical support. According to the MoD, the MARTAC T12 was selected following a study on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products that would validate the use of low observable USVs for distributed maritime operations. The study – which began in February 2019 and utilised two leased MANTAS T12 USVs – was led by jHUB, the London-based innovation centre for JFC. The MoD noted that the MANTAS T12 has a low observable design with minimal radar cross section, thermal, and noise signature. It added that the USV also has the unique ability to partially submerge at will, enabling the sea vehicle to reduce its visual detectability. “[The USV] is integrated with payloads and a ground control station making it capable of operation as a complete system without further development,” the MoD stated. “Everything else on the market at the time of survey either failed one of the low observable characteristics or was available only as a development project.” The Strategic Command and Royal Navy will receive two and three USVs, respectively. According toJane’s Unmanned Maritime Vehicles, the catamaran hulled MANTAS T12 measures 3.6 m long, 0.9 m wide, and 0.35 m tall. It has a fully laden weight of 95 kg and can cruise and sprint at speeds of up to 20 and 50 kt, respectively. Already a Janes subscriber? To read the full 363 word article Client Login UK MoD acquires MANTAS T12 USV for further study The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has awarded Maritime Tactical Systems (MARTAC), a Florida-based developer of modular unmanned surface vessels (USVs), a GBP1.8 million (USD2.4 million) contract to deliver five Man-Portable Tactical Autonomous Systems (MANTAS) T12 USVs to the Royal Navy and Joint Forces Command (JFC, now Strategic Command) for further experimentation. The contract includes the provision of integrated sensors, spares and ancillary equipment, training, and technical support. According to the MoD, the MARTAC T12 was selected following a study on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products that would validate the use of low observable USVs for distributed maritime operations. The study – which began in February 2019 and utilised two leased MANTAS T12 USVs – was led by jHUB, the London-based innovation centre for JFC. The MoD noted that the MANTAS T12 has a low observable design with minimal radar cross section, thermal, and noise signature. It added that the USV also has the unique ability to partially submerge at will, enabling the sea vehicle to reduce its visual detectability. “[The USV] is integrated with payloads and a ground control station making it capable of operation as a complete system without further development,” the MoD stated. “Everything else on the market at the time of survey either failed one of the low observable characteristics or was available only as a development project.” The Strategic Command and Royal Navy will receive two and three USVs, respectively. According toJane’s Unmanned Maritime Vehicles, the catamaran hulled MANTAS T12 measures 3.6 m long, 0.9 m wide, and 0.35 m tall. It has a fully laden weight of 95 kg and can cruise and sprint at speeds of up to 20 and 50 kt, respectively. Already a Janes subscriber? To read the full 363 word article Client Login

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