MAST Asia 2017: Elbit Systems from Israel introduces Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel in Japan
 
Israeli Company Elbit Systems introduces its Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) in the Asian market at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. Israeli Company Elbit Systems introduces its Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) in the Asian market at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.
 
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MAST Asia 2017: Elbit Systems from Israel introduces Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel in Japan
 
Israeli Company Elbit Systems introduces its Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) in the Asian market at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.
     
Israeli Company Elbit Systems introduces its Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) in the Asian market at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. Scale model of Israeli-made Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan
     
The Elbit Systems Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) system's Mine Counter Measures (MCM) capability facilitates end-to-end mine hunting operations including detection, classification, localization, identification and neutralization of bottom, moored and drifting sea mines while taking the sailor out of the mine field.

The Anti Submarine Warfare (ASW) capability provides naval forces with a significant tactical advantage by effectively deterring and threatening enemy submarines using an available asset with significantly lower risk.

Featuring switchable, modular mission payload suites, the Elbit Systems Seagull can perform ASW and MCM, Electronic Warfare (EW), Maritime Security (MS), Hydrography and other missions using the same vessels, mission control and data links.
     
Israeli Company Elbit Systems introduces its Seagull USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) in the Asian market at MAST Asia 2017, the Defense Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.
     
A remotely operated weapon station armed with a 12.7mm heavy machine gun is mounted at the front of the vessel used for its self-protection. The Seagull can carry a wide range of payload systems including navigation, sailing and safety suite, electro-optical (EO) / infrared (IR) sensors, side scan sonar or synthetic aperture sonar (SAS), forward looking sonar or multibeam echo sounder, diver detection sonar and dipping sonar.

Seagull is a 12m boat made of aluminium and composite materials. The boat incorporates removable floats and bridge dynamic positioning system, and can be configured according to the customer's requirements.

Drawing on decades of Elbit Systems' unmanned systems experience and leadership, the Seagull offers naval forces a true force multiplier delivering enhanced performance to naval operations, reducing risk to human life and dramatically cutting procurement and operating costs.
 

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