SAES Attends SITDEF in Peru to Promote Sonar Technology

SAES has attended the seventh edition of SITDEF, which was held in Lima from 16-19 May.

The company shared a stand with Navantia to promote sonar technology such as the DDS-03 diver detection sonar and sonobuoy acoustic processor SPAS for antisubmarine warfare.

The DDS-03 system allows the detection of possible underwater threats in military and commercial ports, oil rigs, anchored ships, petrochemical plants and other valuable assets.

As specialists in sonar technology, SAES also has equipment for acoustic analysis and classification of contacts, as well as, systems for obtaining signature intelligence. The company has integrated these systems with combat systems of various platforms such as submarines, minehunters and frigates. In addition, its sonobuoy processing systems are also in service in MPAs aircraft and anti-submarine warfare helicopters.

SAES is also an expert in training naval mines. The company manufactures the MINEA family of smart naval mines, equipped with multiple sensors, and MILA limpet mine for special operations forces.

SAES celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and attend at SITDEF for the third time in order to promote relations with the Peruvian authorities and offer our knowledge and systems.

SITDEF, International Exhibition of Technology for the Defense and Disaster Prevention, is a biannual meeting, approved by the Government of Peru and promoted by the Ministry of Defense and the Navy of Peru, since 2007.

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