ISI at Mast Asia 2017


Visit us at the MAST Asia 2017:

MAST Asia 2017
June 12-14, 2017
Makuhari Messe, Tokyo - Japan
ISI Stand #76

Long established as the only international conference and trade-show dedicated to senior-level technologists in maritime defense and security, MAST promotes debate amongst experts from surface, undersea, and air & space domains, giving new perspectives on developments to meet future capabilities.

MAST boasts an unmatched, diverse global profile of participants, and – over three days of discussion, discovery and debate – delivers “real solutions to real-world problems”.

Meet ISI's team at stand #76, where they will be showcasing the Universal Link System (ULS), our Multi-Tactical Data Link Gateway, currently deployed in more than 12 countries worldwide, enabling Network-Centric operations and Enhancing Situational Awareness capabilities for Armed Forces around the world. You will also be updated on the status of our Link 22 implementation, the latest addition in the ULS, further expanding its Multi-Link capabilities.

Maritime Domain Awareness is considered as a major requirement for a maritime nations faced with security challenges, such as patrolling and securing its coastline, guarding its exclusive economic zones (EEZ), and finally responding to contingencies, such as law enforcement and search and rescue, within its controlled maritime areas.

ISI’s new state-of-the-art Maritime Mission Integration and Management System M2IMS is a Tactical Mission System for the Integration and Management of Maritime Patrol Aircraft sensor, weapon and communication sub-systems

  • Awarded by the U.S. Navy / LM Aero for the provision of the Mission System for the Hellenic Navy’s P3-Orion Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) Upgrade
  • A modular and sensor agnostic system that integrates and manages a complete suite of sensors, including Radar, EO/IR, ESM, AIS, Data Links and ASW equipment such as a MAD and acoustic sensors
  • Supports a variety of platforms from long-range Maritime Patrol Aircraft to Border Security & Surveillance platforms
  • Interfaces and exchanges tactical information via Data Links with ground based Command Centers and other airborne or naval assets, making the aircraft a ‘network-centric’ hub




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