Indian Navy Inducts underwater harbor defence and surveillance system.
Indian Navy has launched an integrated underwater harbour defence and surveillance system (IUHDSS) to enhance the Navy’s surveillance capability and response to security threat in Mumbai.
Vice admiral Girish Luthra, flag officer Commanding-In-Chief, Western Naval Command inaugurated the two systems.
The Integrated Underwater Harbor Defence and Surveillance system is a multi-sensor system with integrated radars, electro optic cameras and sonars which is capable of identifying, detecting, tracking, generating warnings for all type of underwater threats to harbour.
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