SAES Sonars, On-Board Systems and Antisubmarine Warfare Missions

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SAES is an expert in the complex area of signal underwater processing, developing advanced technology for security and defence in marine environments.

A significant number of products developed by SAES have dual applications in the civil and defence markets, such as intruder detection sonar.

Founded in 1989, SAES is classified as a strategic national company through NAVANTIA, INDRA and THALES its shareholders.

Sonar and on-board systems: experts in underwater signal processing

SAES specialises in the study, design and manufacture of sonar systems and underwater technology for security and defence.

Our systems offer high-reliability, easy operation and low-maintenance costs and include:

  • Intruder Detection Sonar. The high-frequency active sonar DDS-03 – Intruder Detection Sonar is designed to protect harbours, anchored vessels and critical infrastructure against underwater threats such as divers and underwater vehicles. DDS-03 can be integrated with any surveillance system
  • Sonar Modernization. SOCILSUB allows incorporation of new and advanced signal processing algorithms to improve the sonar performances, keeping the same cylindrical array in the submarine’s bow
  • Towed Array Sonar. SOLARSUB RDTAS is a reelable digital towed array sonar that provides a 360° detection range. It is simple to integrate with the combat system and easy-to-install on-board vessels
  • Towed Array Handling Systems (TAHS) allow the reeling of the array onto a capstan located on the submarine
  • Acoustic Classification. SICLA is a highly versatile system that can be integrated into any combat system, PC or laptop, and connected to any acoustic device such as sonars, sonobuoys and recorders
  • Underwater Acoustic Propagation. SEAPROF is a complete sonar performance and prediction system that allow the evaluation of any sonar in any underwater environment: ray tracing, propagation losses and FOM
  • Acoustic signature. ONMS is a self-noise monitoring system that provides automatic alerts
  • Noise Producer System is a useful device for sea testing of sonars, as well as for hydrophone calibration
  • SVB is a monitoring and surveillance system to control of the operating parameters of batteries, essential to increasing their lifespan

ASW systems for aircraft and surface vessels

SPAS – Sonobuoy Processing Acoustic Systems

ASW systems are based on sonobuoys for Maritime patrol aircraft (MPA), helicopter and surface vessels.

Building on more than 25 years of expertise in acoustic processing, SAES has developed and manufactured a complete family of Sonobuoy Processing Acoustic Systems (SPAS) that covers both Air and Naval ASW operations.

SPAS is capable of processing up to 64 passive and active sonobuoys simultaneously, including the most advanced digital sonobuoys:

  • SPAS – Sonobuoy Processing System
  • DSAP – Digital Sonobuoy Processing System
  • SPAS-SV – Sonobuoy Processing System for Surface Vessels

Ground systems

To support SPAS systems in ASW operations, SAES provides ground systems for post-mission analysis and training such as:

  • TAT – Tactical Acoustic Trainer for training and coaching of Acoustic Operators
  • FTAS – Fast Time Analyser System, allows to analyse the acoustic and tactical data (STANAG 4283 Annex C Ed. 5 Compliant) recorded during the ASW mission
  • SICLA ASW – Classification System

ROASW – Remote Operation ASW System

Always looking for new solutions, SAES has developed the ROASW – Remote Operation ASW System, a new concept that meets the new requirements of the ASW missions. Benefits include:

  • Digital sonobuoys which increase the effectiveness of the ASW system
  • Small footprint, less weight and low-maintenance (LRU approach) Collaboration in network-centric warfare (NCW), allowing the sharing of tactical and intelligence information between the resources deployed in the ASW mission
  • Use of both manned / unmanned air vehicles

Prioritize the use of smaller and faster combat ships (LCS, OPC, Corvettes, FAC) able to share tactical and intelligence information.

Advanced technology for electronics and underwater acoustics

In order to provide the navy and allied countries with the most advanced technology for electronics and underwater acoustics to meet new challenges in security and protection, SAES offer complete solutions in the following areas:

  • Underwater signature measurements: MIRS – Multi-influence Range System, DEWARS – Deep Water Acoustic Range System, SET-200/P – Underwater Electric Potential Sensor, ACINT & SIGINT
  • Naval mines: MINEA – Moored, Shallow Water and Cylindrical Bottom Mines, MILA – Limpet Naval Mines
  • Maritime security and environmental protection: SIDIS – Integral Security System, DDS-03 – Intruder Detection Sonar, DES – Underwater Deterrent System, SAR – Smart Acoustic Recorder, SIMOAC – Acoustic Monitoring System
  • Simulation and training: Submarine Tactical Simulator, Naval Tactical Simulator, SIM/STIM – Sonar Simulator/Stimulator
  • Engineering services and maintenance: Technical and engineering services on underwater technology area and ASW, from design phases up to maintenance and customer support as well the training of personnel

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SAES Exhibits DDS-03 Diver Detection Sonar at Oceanology International China

SAES has exhibited its DDS-03 diver detection sonar at the Oceanology International China 2017 Conference Forum.

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Underwater Multi-Influence Measurements for Characterising Overall Vessel Signature and Protecting Marine Environments

The overall signature of a vessel comprises acoustic, magnetic, electric-field, pressure and seismic radiations.

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SAES - Sociedad Anónima de Electrónica Submarina

Customer services

Ctra La Algameca s/n

30205 CARTAGENA

Murcia

Spain

+34 968 50 82 14 +34 968 50 77 13 www.electronica-submarina.com www.saes.com.es

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15 November 2017

SAES has exhibited its DDS-03 diver detection sonar at the Oceanology International China 2017 Conference Forum.

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22 June 2017

SAES is to provide Kazakhstan with its Diver Detection Sonar DDS-03, while an agreement has been signed to supply smart naval mines and range stations for signature measurement.

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18 May 2017

SAES will be participating at the SITDEF International Exhibition in Lima, Peru, from 18-21 May.

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15 May 2017

SAES is to offer a conference about the increasing importance of the anti-submarine warfare and solutions to successfully confront the new challenges.

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10 May 2017

SAES, the only Spanish company that supplies anti-submarine-warfare systems (ASW), has been involved in meetings with important companies of the aerospace sector.

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6 March 2017

The anti-submarine warfare and the Mine Counter Measure are two of the fields where the countries are focusing in order to control the underwater domain, which is a priority because of the new geopolitical scenarios.

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29 November 2016

Presenting at EXPONAVAL (stand 310-N), SAES will offer a conference about the present and future of the ASW war and how to successfully confront the new scenarios.

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21 November 2016

SAES explains the conclusions and results deal with their participation in the European program CLOSEYE. SAES has developed a system based on sonar technology in order to detect the small boats typically used on illegal activities.

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30 September 2016

The DDS-03 is being showcased in the Navantia booth (QP45) at Monaco Yacht Show from 28 September to 1 October.

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5 September 2016

SAES is participating at DX Korea 2016 (stand 8C-11) to promote their products and services in north-east Asia, a region where new solutions for protection and security of coasts have an increasing demand.

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17 June 2016

The study is based on the analysis of the multi-influence signature generated by the vessels as a basis to classify them.

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14 March 2016

The integration of the ROASW system of SAES in the Land Based Test Site (LBTS) for the systems that FABA designs and manufactures) of CATIZ has been successfully performed this week.

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22 September 2015

The increasing human interaction with the marine environment is bringing about a continuous growth in the ambient noise levels, which aggregates to the traditionally existing noises produced by natural sources.

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21 June 2015

The SAES Multi Influence Range System (MIRS) for surface vessels and submarines provides real influence measures (magnetic, electric, pressure, acoustic, and seismic) in a real and controlled scenario, to successfully counter related threats.

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4 May 2015

SAES - SA Electrónica Submarina, specialist in Underwater Electronics, is hosting a stand (Hall 2 - 204/G) at IDEF 2015 from May 5 to 8.

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SAES - Sociedad Anónima de Electrónica Submarina

Customer services

Ctra La Algameca s/n

30205 CARTAGENA

Murcia

Spain

+34 968 50 82 14 +34 968 50 77 13 www.electronica-submarina.com www.saes.com.es

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