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We provide mission-critical maritime ISR solutions by applying ocean physics, advanced sensors, communications, unmanned platforms, and autonomy systems, including: unmanned, autonomous surface, and underwater solutions for intelligence and defense; advanced system architecture, platform, and sensor design and integration; Maritime ISR, anti-submarine warfare (ASW), and radio frequency sensors and systems; high-fidelity ocean modeling and simulation; and hydrographic surveys and studies.
Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV)
Leidos led the team that designed and built DARPA’s Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV), now named Sea Hunter, with the goal to develop a highly autonomous unmanned vessel capable of operating over thousands of kilometers on the open seas for months at a time.
Transformational Reliable Acoustic Path System (TRAPS)
TRAPS is a rapidly deployable, low-cost, persistent, deep-ocean sensor system for long-range passive ASW. TRAPS nodes are deployable from a wide range of maritime platforms and provide up to one year of continuous surveillance.
Autonomous Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) Delivery and Communication (AUDAC)
Autonomous Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) Delivery and Communication (AUDAC) – The AUDAC enables autonomous launch and recovery of small UUVs from a large host UUV to support data collection and dissemination.
Combatant Craft Medium (CCM)
CCM is a long-range, low-observable watercraft solution that can be tailored for individual or complementary vessel missions. It is capable of relaying critical intelligence to the warfighter at 52 knots during high-speed, coastal, and open-ocean maritime operations.
Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System Team Trainer (STT)
This family of trainers provides high-fidelity simulation and stimulation of submarine, surface, and integrated undersea surveillance system ASW sensors and is deployed worldwide in support of U.S. Navy personnel training activities.
Survey Analysis and Area-Based Editor (SABER) Marine and Coastal Mapping
SABER is an efficient tool for processing, editing, updating, viewing, and analyzing hydrographic survey data. It can generate depth, color-coded bathymetry, multibeam imagery mosaics, sonar imagery mosaics, survey coverage, and contour plots.
Integrated Survey System (ISS)-2000
The ISS-2000 allows professional hydrographers and surveyors to conduct a broad range of high-performance, shallow-water survey operations with proven International Hydrographic Organization accuracy.