Indian Navy launches underwater vigil system in Visakhapatnam

Indian Navy launches underwater vigil system in Visakhapatnam

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The Indian Navy has launched the state-of-the-art harbour defence systems

integrated underwater harbour defence and surveillance system and mine warfare data centre. Which would enhance the Navy’s surveillance capability and response to security threats at the naval dockyard inyesterday.

 

Vice admiral HCS Bisht, AVSM flag officer Commanding-In-Chief, Eastern Naval Command inaugurated the two systems.

 

The The has launched the state-of-the-art harbour defence systems, integrated underwater harbour defence and surveillance system and mine warfare data centre. Which would enhance the Navy’s surveillance capability and response to security threats at the naval dockyard in Visakhapatnam yesterday.

 

Vice admiral HCS Bisht, AVSM flag officer Commanding-In-Chief, Eastern Naval Command inaugurated the two systems.

 

The Integrated Underwater Harbour Defence and Surveillance System (IUHDSS) is a multi-sensor system capable of detecting, identifying, tracking and generating warnings for all types of surface and underwater threats to Visakhapatnam harbour.

 

Post 26/11, the Indian Navy was made responsible for the security of the country’s vast coastline of 7516 km in coordination with other agencies like Indian Coast Guard, Marine Police, fisheries, etc.

 

The creation of the Sagar Prahari Bal (SPB), induction of Fast Interceptor Crafts (FICs) and commissioning of the IUHDSS are some of the Navy’s measures to strengthen security.