Command & Control

Command & Control

With over 1000 installations worldwide and trusted by the US Coast Guard as well as Military, Navies, Coast Guards, VTS operators and others, SSR’s modular products form the backbone of any Maritime Surveillance system, from single surveillance sites to National Maritime Security Systems.

‘We deliver data from every radar, AIS receiver, camera, and sensor in your system – consolidated, clutter-free, and under your control for optimal situational awareness and immediate response’.

The complete SSR Surveillance System provides cutting-edge real-time situational awareness by gathering and combining radar, camera, AIS, and other sensor information into a modern, interactive ‘Common Operating Picture’. Mission operators maintain complete control of sensor systems while automated analytics and decision support tools help them quickly understand and respond to unfolding events.

Tactical systems on Patrol Vessels allow sharing of remote sensor data and broadened surveillance. Command Centres or the vessel can calculate intercept vectors to suspect vessels that require boarding, while Chat allows operators to communicate effectively at every step.

Intelligent tracking, recording, and analytics assist mission commanders, providing a clear overview while indicating anomalies, allowing quicker and smarter responses to today’s ever-changing threats and illegal activities from the air, sea, and ground.

SSR is largely sensor agnostic, providing the ability to interface different radar manufacturers, including solid-state, magnetron and military radars, AIS, Satellite AIS, electro-optic cameras, RDF, ELINT, Sonar and more.

Multi-agency information sharing

Share raw sensor, track, and intelligence data through SSR’s secure role-based access system. Ideal for use in supporting the National Preparedness System and other interagency safety and security goals, our system allows you to leverage partners’ systems to extend or augment local surveillance systems, minimizing capital investment. Where an agency cannot share externally due to the sensitive nature of the network, direct one-way connections are made at the sensor source.