Naval & Marine CBRN Monitoring
CBRN threats can occur and be encountered in offshore, littoral, and harbour related activities, in peace and wartime missions respectively. Designing durable systems to the harsh conditions in which vessels operate in, while simultaneously maintaining the detection quality and capabilities to ensure mission continuance and completion is vital.
Environics designs and supplies Naval & Marine CBRN Monitoring Solutions globally, to a wide range of vessel types, ranging from frigates to MCMVs. Our Naval & Marine CBRN Monitoring Systems have been proven to fulfil Classification Society requirements, in accredited laboratory tests. We focus on providing personnel with timely warning and protection from CBRN threats and their hazardous effects. Environics' Naval & Marine CBRN Monitoring Systems provide both situational awareness from detectors – independently and as a whole - as well as guidance by software. This enables the personnel on board to perform further analyses and to counter threat events in a correct and timely manner.Example List Of Vessel Types
Example List Of Vessel Types to Which Environics Naval & Marine CBRN Monitoring Systems Have Been Installed So Far
Pollution Control/ Threath Preventions Vessels
Mine Countermeasure Vessels
Coast Guard Vessels
Offshore Patrol Vessel
Fire Fighting Vessel
Ocean Surveillance Ship
Maritime / rescue forces of: Eg. Algeria, Finland, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Taiwan, Turkey, and Singapore.
Long experience of co-operation with shipyards, e.g. Damen, ST Engineering Marine, Intermarine, Hindustan Shipyard Ltd, etc.
- Environics' CBRN Monitoring Solutions Integrated Into Marine Vessels Commissioned by Singapore Civil Defence Force (8/27/2019)
- "When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going(...)" by Katja Kiukas (6/13/2018)
- "Smoke on the Water" - Katja Kiukas puts Naval CBRN monitoring in the spotlight (6/29/2017)
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