Protecting critical infrastructure at sea
Critical infrastructure at sea is vulnerable, but we can protect it
Critical infrastructure at sea supports international communication, keeps the power on and props up economies. Threats to that infrastructure are increasingly common and becoming more and more sophisticated.
Protecting our infrastructure requires cross-border collaboration and a system that can surveil a huge area, correctly identify threats and has clear guidelines for threat response. We must be a step ahead by leveraging technology and creating a system that is robust, cross-sector and coordinated.
The Norwegian continental shelf alone consists of:
8 800 km
of gas pipelines
oil and gas fields
A vast network
of power lines and communication cables
planned offshore windfarms
We patrol, surveil and detect - from space to seabed
KONGSBERG is uniquely placed to deliver integrated technologies that protect every aspect of critical infrastructure at sea. Our systems occupy space, air, sea and seabed for complete surveillance and protection.
KONGSBERG works with governmental, defence and private sectors to build joined-up solutions that operate across assets and borders. We evolve with new technology and the assets that we protect, to stay ahead of the threat.
Integrated Maritime Awareness
Combine all possible channels and data to provide complete and continuous awareness and support for decision making,
Vessel detection from space
Satellite monitoring of vessels for detection of both AIS-enabled vessels and dark vessels
Detect drones, classify their threat level and identify pilot locations - either remotely or locally
Remote 360 Visual Monitoring
Detect and track all surface and air objects with high-resolution cameras, focusing on objects of interest
Patrolling Subsea Surveillance
Use autonomous vehicles to surveil critical areas on the seabed and in the water column, to detect potential threats
Fixed Point Subsea Surveillance
Fixed-point subsea sensors for detecting any anomalies.