Cerberus Mod 2 and IMCMS installed on board HMS Vinga during DSEI. The ATLAS Group is at the forefront of naval technology and supplies systems to over 20 navies worldwide. The Swedish Navy is one of them and we are delighted that HMS Vinga will be present at DSEI and is supporting us by showcasing some of those products.
Firstly, we will be deploying the iconic Cerberus Mod 2 Diver Detection Sonar (DDS) from the ship. The system is widely recognised as the benchmark in underwater security; with its advanced, lightweight and compact construction providing reliable protection in a highly portable, flexible and affordable package. It has been designed to meet the demands of both ship-borne and fixed installations, and is just one of the products from the growing portfolio of ATLAS Group security products.
The ship will also be showcasing a number of other ATLAS Group products on board, all forming part of the modular Integrated Mine Countermeasures System – IMCMS. This system includes the Atlas Combat Management System; the leading edge Minehunting Sonar HMS-12M and the SeaFox ROV Mine Disposal System. The SeaFox system is world renowned and is in-service with more than nine navies internationally, including the US and Royal Navy. IMCMS was originally developed for dedicated MCMVs and in this form it is in widespread naval service, it is now available as a modular MCM mission package.
ATLAS Group has two slots daily during DSEi where the ship will host ATLAS visitors on the ship and support demonstrations of our products. If you would like to attend, please visit our stand, S2-372 and we would be happy to book you a place to come on board.
Sam West, Marketing Manager for ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK said “We are extremely grateful to the Royal Swedish Navy for allowing us to use the ship and show the equipment that we have fitted on board. We would like to thank the Commanding Officer and Crew who will give their time in support of us and we feel that being able to show our equipment in action on the ship will support our efforts greatly during DSEI.”
Press Release, September 05, 2013; Image: imageshack