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Aerial surveillance cooperation against pollution at sea

Coast guard flights from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the Netherland, Belgium and Ireland participated in a Super CEPCO earlier this year to detect, control and report oil spills at sea. The operation was this time targeted at the Skagerrak and departed from the Gardemoen airport in...

CDR with Transport Canada

In the last few days, we have performed a CDR with Transport Canada for the new MSS 7000 system they have ordered (see earlier news item). The system is slowly taking shape in our lab despite Covid 19 related delivery delays and we are looking...

We welcome our new colleagues!

A group of new colleagues have joined us recently. An excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the operational installation of the MSS 7000 system presented itself when the Estonian Police and Border Guard visited the Bromma Air Maintenance for maintenance and we took the opportunity...

Swedish Coast Guard on mission in Svalbard

The Swedish Coast Guard carry out assignments for the EU annually and in accordance with various international agreements. It could be about discovering smuggling across the Mediterranean, oil spills in the North Sea or, most recently, fishing offences in the Norwegian Sea. KBV 502 can be seen...

Three new pollution surveillance systems for India

We are very happy to announce that we have received another order for a long-standing customer. Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) in Kanpur will equip another 3 of the Dornier 228 aircraft operated by the Indian Coast Guard with our system. The system will include a new SLAR,...

NEW AND UPGRADED MSS SYSTEMS FOR CANADA

Firstly, the team at ST Airborne Systems would like to congratulate Transport Canada’s National Aerial Surveillance Program’s (NASP) on celebrating 30 years in the skies preventing pollution, protecting whales and supporting national security. For information on additional tasks supported see also the NASP web page. Secondly,...