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MARSS is pleased to announce their attendance at the World Defense Show (WDS) in Riyadh on the 6-9th of March. MARSS will be showcasing a variety of capabilities including NiDAR CUAS in a C2 and expeditionary C2 set up, RADiRGUARD, and a new product launch, aimed at the CUAS market.
Live from the inaugural World Defense Show in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today, defence & security technology specialist MARSS, launched its latest, never seen before, UAS countermeasure.
MARSS is pleased to announce they will be attending and sponsoring the Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology Conference in Arlington, VA on May 5-6th. As the Gold Sponsor for the event, MARSS will showcase their range of defense and security capabilities.
A big MARSSian welcome to Jeff Tipton, who was recently appointed as Business Development Director in Defense. Based in Arizona, Jeff brings over 30 years’ international practice in strategy, business development, training, and combat military experience to Team MARSS.
Johannes Pinl, CEO and Founder of defense & security technology company MARSS, explains how he grew the company from an idea as a university student into a rapidly expanding, cutting-edge high-tech defense company.
Showcasing our latest NiDAR CUAS COMPACT and capabilities of our NiDAR system, Mike Collier, Product Development Manager with MARSS, also provided the headline speech on the first day of the conference, sharing insight on tackling drone threats.
Mike shares his top takeaways from the event:
1. Assistance in preventing information overload
New technologies are quickly coming to the field of operations; including increasingly sophisticated weaponry and surveillance, AI, autonomous vehicles, quantum computing and quantum sensing. With these advances, however, soldiers are increasingly suffering from information overload, hampering effective deployment.
As these technologies roll out, the role for a solution, which reduces the cognitive burden on soldiers and operators, is increasing.
MARSS’ NiDAR Core platform, utilising its proprietary Hybrid Intelligence, accurately filters out threats from background information, enabling rapid detection and neutralisation of a hostile actor.
2. Desire for integration hampered by internal competition
Most large militaries desire integration and interoperability, yet previous aspirations for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) – which could include the remote firing of weapons on different platforms, circumventing the operator – have stalled.
In part, this has been shackled by the intransigence of the largest defence companies, who are biased to selling their own hardware and locking people into their ecosystems. Militaries should have the flexibility to draw on a range of manufacturers and partners for whatever products best serve each system.
MARSS’ platforms integrate with existing and new sensors from all suppliers, and seamlessly presents the data via an easy-to-use interface. Operators can view and control multi-domain information, with superior threat recognition powered by NiDAR Core’s Hybrid Intelligence, to allow for a rapid and accurate response.
To find out more about the shows MARSS will be attending in 2023, please contact: