In the session titled “Special Technologies for Border Security”, held during In MRBS’21, Cenk Derinözlü, Project Manager and Leader Systems Engineer of STM informed the attendants on the company’s Coastal and Critical Infrastructure Surveillance System (CCISS) solution.
CCISS integrates various sensors and communications and support systems through a command-and-control centre. The system can bring together a wide range of systems, including coast surveillance radars, anti-drone systems, UAVs, communications systems, passive and active buoys, surface security barriers, AIS receivers, diver detection sonars, energy production systems, weather forecast systems, and physical security systems. STM provides said subsystems through its business partners within its ecosystem. In addition, company utilises its products such as TOGAN Autonomous Multi-Rotor Reconnaissance UAV.
All units within CCISS are operated without human intervention and can be remotely observed and controlled.
STM designed CCISS’ command-and-control centre with a fault-tolerant and service-based architecture. The command-and-control centre can piece together the tactical picture with the data received from various sensors and transmit it to users at various levels.
STM meets the demands of Turkish Coast Guard Command (TCGC) with its CCISS solution. The company completed Çavuş Island Coastal Surveillance Station and Hopa Coastal Surveillance Station for TCGC. From these, Çavuş Island Coastal Surveillance Station includes a solar energy system to power itself autonomously as it is built on an island.
STM is also ready to provide solutions to secure military ports, bases and installations; civilian ports, pipelines, storage and transmission installations and other critical installations with CCISS in addition to its current projects.