EdgeTech Littoral Mine Countermeasures Sonar

EdgeTech’s Littoral Mine Countermeasures Sonar (LMCS) Systems are affordable Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) systems developed specifically for military missions including small boat operations, larger patrol craft, and Unmanned Surface or Underwater Vehicles.

The EdgeTech range includes the 9100 Lightweight Portable LMCS, 9200 for use on small to mid-size vessels and the 9300 Manoeuvrable Tow Body (MTB).

These systems are ideally suited to Rapid Environmental Assessment (REA) and Expeditionary Mine Counter Measures applications now under consideration by many Navies. With their perfect combination of long range capability, ultra-high resolution and integrated SeeByte Automated Target Recognition (ATR) software these dual frequency SONARs provide extraordinary detection and classification proficiency in a variety of available platform systems.

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LMCS Identifies Seaflloor Debris at 600m
LMCS Identifies Seafloor Debris
Minelike Objects (MLO) Identified by LMCS

Key Features

Up to 25-hour mission duration

Speeds up to 4.2 knots

Increased module payload capacity

Search and recovery

Hydrography

Deep sea mineral exploration

Marine & Fisheries research

9100 Lightweight Portable System

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9200 System

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9300 MTB System

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