SAES Naval Mines, Maritime Security and Simulation
SAES – S.A. Electrónica Submarina specialises in undersea security and defence, providing some of the most advanced multi-influence naval mines on the market.
Simulation and training systems are needed for highly trained military forces. Other reasons are to reduce cost in manoeuvres, training on specific contents and shorter development deadlines. Various lines of products of SAES cover safety in these areas.
Advanced naval mines
Combining a wide variety of sensors and sophisticated processing algorithms, SAES has developed advanced naval mines for varied uses that comprise:
- MINEA Combat is the most advanced multi-influence naval mine available. MINEA family includes moored mines, shallow water mines and cylindrical bottom mines
- MINEA Exercise version is available to be used for MCM training and to gather intelligence information through the measuring and recording of ship signatures
- MILA is a smart limpet mine that incorporates a detonation system controlled by a computer. It is available in exercise (reusable and inert) and combat versions
Likewise, in mine warfare field, SAES is highly specialised in technical and technological support for construction or updating of minehunters, including CRV vibration and noise monitoring system, training system, acoustic tracking system (ATS).
Other important aspect is the signature measurement. Please visit our website or the SAES Underwater Signature profile on this site to know more about SAES multi-influence range systems for measurement and analysis of signatures specifically designed to provide navies with necessary knowledge to be applied in mine warfare.
Maritime security to protect from new threats
Today, asymmetrical threats in the fields of defence and international security make it necessary to deploy underwater protection systems for ports, drilling platforms, anchored boats, power plants, large oil refining companies, and any infrastructure of interest and extremely important which require protection.
The development of systems to facilitate protection of the environment, wrecks and marine life is also a key factor.
SAES provides protection and undersea surveillance integrated systems, which are adapted to every need. Solutions include:
- SIDIS: Integrated Surveillance System. A modular system and easily adaptable to specific operational environments and requirements based on the selection of the most appropriate sensors
- SIMOAC: Acoustic monitoring system. To measure and analyse the underwater acoustic environment, and also to detect the presence of marine mammals in a specific area, including their localisation
Simulation and training
SAES develops following solutions fully adapted to customer requirements, including:
- SIM / STIM: sonar simulator / stimulator
- Submarine tactical simulators
- Naval tactical simulator
- TAT: tactical acoustic trainer
- EDM: environmental development model
- Mine-hunting training system
Other lines of products include:
- Sonar and on-board systems: DDS-03 – Intruder Detection Sonar, SOLARSUB – Towed Array Sonar, SOCILSUB – Cylindrical Sonar Modernization, SICLA – Acoustic Classification System, ONMS – Own Noise Monitoring System, SEAPROF – Undersea Acoustic Performance Prediction System
- Underwater signature measurements: MIRS – Multi-influence Range System, DEWARS – Deep Water Acoustic Range System, SET-200/P – Underwater Electric Potential Sensor, ACINT & SIGINT
- ASW systems based on Sonobuoy Processing: on-board and ground. SPAS Family. Up to 32 passive, active and digital sonobuoys simultaneously. ROASW – Remote Operation ASW System, FTAS – Fast Time Analyzer System, TAT – Tactical Acoustic Trainer
- 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
Products and Services
Limpet Naval Mine
MILA is a smart limpet mine that incorporates a detonation system controlled by a computer. It can be attached to the hull by frogmen or be used as a demolition charge as well.
Multi-Influence Naval Mines, Combat and Exercise
The Multi-influence naval mines MINEA are the most advanced naval mines made at the moment.
SIDIS – Integral Security System
SIDIS is a high-performance multi-sensor system directed to detect, track and classify underwater intruders in maritime areas to be protected. SIDIS provides additional capabilities of reaction and deterrence against threats.
Simulation and Training
SAES simulators allow individual specific training or simulation of joint missions among various navies. It is possible to recreate any situation or scenario. SAES also develops interface simulators and functional simulators of equipment and systems to be used in the development, integration and validation of projects before all the equipment required for them is available.
Multi-Influence Naval Mines (MINEA-E)
The Advanced Exercise Multi-Influence Naval Mines series MINEA are the most advanced naval mines under manufacturing nowadays.
Multi-Influence Naval Mines (MINEA-C)
The multi-influence cylindrical bottom naval mine MINEA is the most advanced operational naval mine system in service.
Limpet Naval Mine – MILA
MILA-6C is a smart computer-controlled time-fuzzed underwater limpet naval mine, that can be fixed by frogmen onto the hull of the ships or used as demolition charge.
A9-M Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
MV Sycamore Multi-Role Aviation Training Vessel (MATV)
ATLAS Remote Combined Influence Minesweeping System (ARCIMS)
SAES has attended the seventh edition of SITDEF, which was held in Lima from 16-19 May.Read more
The IV Sectoral Conference on Security in Ports, organised by the Borredá Foundation, together with the collaboration of the magazine Seguritecnia and Puertos del Estado, was held on 25 April in Madrid, Spain.Read more
SAES is participating at the Exponaval International Naval and Marine Exhibition and Congress for Latin America, from 4-7 December in Valparaiso, Chile.Read more
SAES has participated in the INDODEFENCE Expo and Forum being held at Jakarta, Indonesia, from 7-10 November.Read more
The Minister of Defence and Aerospace Industry and the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan visits SAES at KADEX 2018.Read more
SAES has presented its ASW aircrafts and helicopters at one of the most important Spanish aerospace sector event.Read more
SAES exhibited at the 1st International Mine-Countermeasures Congress (CICMM), which took place in Brazil, between 17-18 October.Read more
SAES will participate, in collaboration with Navantia, at the NAVDEX International defence exhibition and conference (stand B-057), which will be held from 19 to 23 February at Abu Dhabi. Following lines describes the challenge on Naval Warfare and the solutions that SAES has developed to face them.Read more
SAES will show an inert mock-up of the multi-influence naval mine MINEA at INDODEFENCE 2016 Expo and Forum, in order to promote their products and services in South East Asia, especially those involved in the protection and security of coasts that are increasing their demand.Read more
SAES has once again attended this important professional meeting in Seville from 10-13 May, where the main manufacturers, contractors and companies in the aerospace sector meet.Read more
The integration of the Limpet Naval Mine of SAES (S.A. Electrónica Submarina) in the JFD Hybrid Swimmer Delivery Vehicle named Seal Carrier has been successfully performed this week, demonstrating the versatility of MILA and the wide range of features and equipment that can provide the SEAL vehicles.Read more
Officers belonging to the navies of Belgium, Netherlands, Canada, Denmark, Italy, Latvia and Poland visited SAES facilities.Read more
SAES, referent in Spain in underwater acoustics and electronics, is attending DSEI in a favourable environment.Read more
SAES and GIDROPRIBOR have signed a memorandum of cooperation for joint production and the commercialisation of Diver Detection Sonar (DDS-03).Read more
SAES Presented in MAST EurAsia 2014 its Most Recent Study on Underwater Magnetic and Electric Measurement Analysis
The study, entitled "Main characteristics of the MIRS measured electric and magnetic underwater radiations emitted by cruise ships in the Mediterranean Sea", is based on data collected during a period of four months with the SAES' manufactured last generation Multi-influence Range System (MIRS), which configures as one of the most advanced equipment in its class.Read more
The three SDL-SS systems installed in vessels Karlstad, Nyköping and Visby have been fully accepted by FMV.Read more
On 23 to 24 January 2014 SAES participated in meetings with the Security Information and Mission Innovation Group (SMI2G) in Brussels, to launch the USMA programme within the framework program European Horizon 2020 (H2020).Read more
SAES has successfully completed integration testing of the deployment and recovering system (TAHS) with digital towed sonar (DTAS), also made by SAES, ending a comprehensive setting-to-work (STW) test plan on land in the own facilities, with more than 40 deployments completed without failure.Read more
The ASW system SDL- SS (Sensor Data Link - Surface Segment) developed by SAES has been successfully tested and accepted by the Royal Swedish Navy and the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) during the 'Sea Acceptance Test - SAT' conducted in Karlskrona.Read more
At last week's International Fair ColombiaMar 2013, which took place in Cartagena de Indias, SAES was visited by the Colombian Defence Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon.Read more
SAES, a specialist in underwater acoustics and electronics, has presented its developments in Latin America to representatives of the business environment, political and social, at EXPONAVAL 2012, a fair held in Chile on 4-7 December.Read more
SAES, a company specialising in underwater acoustics and electronics, has had a notable presence at the Indo Defence 2012 exhibition held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 7 - 10 November.Read more
SAES has successfully completed the Factory Acceptance Test of a Portable Measurement and Acquisition Ship Signatures System, MIRS (Multi-Influence Range System) bound for the Navy of an Asian country.Read more
The S.A. de Electronica Submarina Company (SAES) will be pleased to welcome you at the Navantia-SAES booth, S7-255, during the DSEi exhibition from 13-16 of September 2011 at ExCel London, UK. As a fair novelty, SAES will introduce the Advanced Exercise Multi-Influence Naval Mine (MINEARead more
SAES has signed a collaboration agreement with EXPAL for the manufacture and commercialisation of naval mines. The agreement is the result of a close cooperation between both companies in search of opportunities, co-manufacture and sale of this type of product, and for optimising resouRead more
The S.A. de Electronica Submarina Company (SAES) will be pleased to welcome you at the Navantia-SAES booth, A40, during the LAAD exhibition taking place on 12-15 of April 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As a fair novelty, SAES will introduce the advanced exercise multi-influence naval mRead more
SAES is pleased to announce that it will be attendint the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) 2011, to be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on 20-24 February. SAES will present the Sonobuoy fast time analyser system ARAS / FTAS, the advanced exercise multi-inflRead more
SAES has received a contract from FMV for the supply of five relay and sonobuoy processing systems to be integrated and installed into the Visby Class corvettes. The system receives data provided by HKP-15 helicopters, whose transmission and processing system was also supplied by SAES in 2007. ThRead more
The SA De Electronica Submarina Company – SAES - will attend the Showcasing Land & Naval Defence Systems fair, DEFEXPO, to be held at New Delhi, India, from 15 to18 February, 2010. As a fair novelty, SAES will present the Advanced Exercise Multi-Influence Mine (MINEA), and the combaRead more