The UHSI32 is the first high-speed interceptor in its class, incorporating autonomous technology.
CMN NAVAL, in collaboration with Sea Machines Robotics, showcased the fastest autonomous interceptor in the world during the World Defence Show in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
The UHSI32 can execute autonomous transit missions, pattern autonomy, and dynamic collision avoidance while being operated via over-the-horizon network connectivity almost anywhere in the world. In addition, Raytheon Anschütz’s SYNTACS command and control system helps analyze the data, track, and compile the situational picture.
The UHSI32 combines multiple mission capabilities with high-speed performance (over 45 knots) and an extended patrol period of three days. With a length of 32m and beam of 7m, missions include maritime security, search-and-rescue (SAR), insertion, surveillance, and protection of assets at sea.