We understand that one size does not fit all. NiDAR CORE uses a combination of methods from many artificial intelligence disciplines. This method allows the system to operate more intelligently than traditional software, more so than Machine Learning approaches, with improved safety, never compromising on quality.
NiDAR CORE exploits expertise through operational logic, data science, algorithms, video analytics, artificial intelligence, ergonomics and user experience (UX). Collectively, these aspects provide a single situational awareness picture to support operations.
MARSS understands the importance of operating via a seamless, intuitive interface to assist operational efficiency and ease. Operators can view and control multi-domain information via an easy-to-use C2 interface with superior threat recognition, alerting users to mission-critical events. This process reduces operator burden while increasing decision-support to allow for a more rapid and accurate response.
NiDAR CORE hides complexity behind a user friendly and contextual platform.
NiDAR CORE is the platform behind all MARSS capabilities. The software is integrated throughout our solutions to create a seamless network of systems operating towards one goal - the protection of lives, critical infrastructure and assets.
Designed from the ground up, NiDAR CORE adapts to different environments intuitively. The system can operate autonomously as a single solution or can be combined with multiple systems to create a protective chain network. NiDAR CORE is accessible via multi-site fixed locations, on the move or offshore.
MARSS understands the importance of integrating new systems with legacy hardware for efficiency and to reduce any delays in operations. NiDAR CORE has been developed as a completely sensor agnostic system capable of integrating with hardware systems from around the world - simplifying the switch to intelligent operations.
Johannes Pinl, CEO and Founder of MARSS
MARSS Joins Forces with Al Seer Marine
MARSS launches new portable Interceptor to neutralise hostile drones
MARSS Group is pleased to announce its attendance at DSEI in London, from 12-15 September 2023. MARSS will be showcasing its NiDAR platform, including CUAS capabilities, from a replica Command and Control centre, at stand H1-680.
MARSS has expanded its expeditionary NiDAR X product range with its all-in-one containerised Command and Control centre.
MARSS has successfully completed the second Site Acceptance Test (SAT) for its flagship 5-year, $50 million multi-site programme – a major milestone in a wider project that will see the company deliver key defence solutions across nine sites.
MARSS and Federal Fleet Services announce that during Q3 2023, the full NiDAR C2 and CUAS suite will be installed on Asterix – a Combat Support Ship operated for the Royal Canadian Navy by Federal Fleet Services.
MARSS has completed the second phase of tests on MOBtronic for the ISO21195:2020 certification, that sets the standards for the detection of persons going overboard from ships.
MARSS Group announces that it has passed the Final Site Acceptance Test of its largest single site project to-date. Valued at over $100M and encompassing the installation and integration of over 100 sensors and effectors, being installed in the Middle East.
We look back at some of the news, events, achievements and developments of the year as we reflect on our successes and prepare for 2023.
Jeffrey Tipton, MARSS Business Development Manager for Defence in the US, looks at the increasing challenges posed by these weaponised systems, and considers how a more agile and cooperative approach is needed to transform US defence policy.