GEM Elettronica’s MFRAD, the 3D multi-mission radar purposely designed for coastal surveillance and shipborne applications, was on display at IMDEX Asia 2019.
It offers good performance in coastal and maritime domain in surveillance and tracking of surface and short-range air targets, especially fast and low-flying aircraft, helo and UAV with limited installation requirements. In shipborne installations, MFRAD fulfilles the role of secondary search radar for large-medium combatant ships and of primary search radar for ship classes like corvettes and Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV). In addition, it also provides reliable final approach and deck landing guidance for helo during day or night operations and in adverse weather conditions.
The product drew much interest at the ongoing show with visitors from the Indian Coastguard, Sri Lankan Navy, Vietnam, UAE Navy, and the Malaysian Navy.
The company states that the product has a very competitive acquisition, operation, maintenance and life-cycle cost.
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