In the Black Sea, testing of the newest automatic illumination system for the surface situation, developed by the Scientific Research Institute for Long-Range Radio Communication (NIIDAR), has begun. The press service of the RTI company reports.
A new tracking system with the working title "Strategy" monitors the surface situation at sea. It automatically processes data on the ownership of ships that have entered the Black Sea, determines parameters, fixes target movement, approaching borders or closed areas, etc. The system can analyze and evaluate changes in the operational environment in a given area.
"Strategy" uses satellite and ground automatic information systems, data from various radar stations, internal transmission channels of object information fleet
- said the company.
In addition, the "Strategy" receives information from over-the-horizon radars capable of detecting surface targets for several hundred kilometers.
As NIIDAR specified, the newest Russian surface monitoring system has the ability to interact bilaterally with the technical means, complexes and systems from which it receives information.
In February this year, NIIDAR announced work on the creation of a redeployed radar station "Laguna-M" with the ability to track up to 200 various surface objects within 200 miles of the economic zone. The station is capable of detecting in automatic mode and continuously accompanying ships and vessels within the coverage area and accurately track their location and movement parameters.