Supporting the integrated force from seabed to space
From surveillance capabilities to systems development and integration, Boeing helps navies around the world to support regional security and protect national interests in more challenging, contested and congested maritime environments. This increasing complexity requires integrated forces with high readiness.
Boeing has delivered surveillance and navigation systems, communications and sensors, control and weapons systems and self-defence systems on ships and submarines throughout the world.
The company’s ongoing commitment to research, development and innovation has created a strong legacy of leadership and industry firsts such as the ScanEagle, the industry-leading ship borne Remotely Piloted Aircraft System and the Echo Voyager, the latest and largest undersea unmanned vehicle.
During Pacific 2017, Boeing will demonstrate how it can help integrated defence forces bring expeditionary capability to deliver effective maritime operations in the future.
Sovereign Maritime Capabilities
Boeing Australia’s 3000-strong team offers a broad range of in-country capabilities including:
- Systems Development and Integration
- Sustainment Services
- Autonomous Systems and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
- Performance Modelling and Integration Analysis
- Surveillance and Communications
- Maintenance Planning
- Supply Chain Development and Management
- Training Systems and Services
- Composite Manufacturing
Boeing's latest unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV), can operate autonomously for months at a time due to a hybrid rechargeable power system and modular payload bay.
Find out more about the Echo Voyager here.
Insitu Pacific is a leader in unmanned systems solutions. At sea, our proven high-performance ScanEagle UAS offers versatile solutions to deliver real-time surveillance and reconnaissance, enabling cost-effective domain awareness for the warfighter.
Visit Insitu Pacific to find out more about the ScanEagle.
Designed and manufactured by Liquid Robotics, a Boeing company, Wave Gliders are long-duration ocean robots that help scientists, businesses, and governments gain new insights and improve decision making. Operating at the surface, they are the essential link between sea, air, and space, creating a real-time ocean sensor network.
Visit Liquid Robotics to find out more about the Wave Glider.
Argon ST, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, is a leading provider of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and combat systems for signals intelligence (SIGINT) and electronic warfare (EW), supplying customers with the information they need to make timely, critical decisions.
Find out more about Argon ST here.
Digital Receiver Technology, Inc. (DRT)
DRT, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, designs and manufactures software-defined radio (SDR) solutions utilized around the world to support functions and missions ranging from test and measurement to radio frequency (RF) signal collection and processing. DRT is a leading supplier of RF collection equipment to the U.S. Government, select international partners and large system integrators.
Find out more about DRT here.