14 September 2023
by Fitore Fazliu Tahiri
NiDAR X-JOC Command and Control Centre (MARSS)
MARSS has developed a new command-and-control (C2) centre and counter unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS), and displayed them for the first time at the DSEI 2023 in London.
At the core of both products is the company’s NiDAR software, a scalable C2 system that integrates legacy and new sensors into a common situational awareness platform.
NiDAR X-JOC is a static C2 centre with an integrated long-range UAS detection and countermeasures capability. It is staffed by four operators and is designed to identify and counter airborne and land-based threats. According to MARSS, NiDAR X-JOC can be made operational “within hours”. It has a built-in radar that can detect threats up to 30 km away, long-range infrared (IR) and optical cameras, and radio frequency (RF) and Global Positioning System (GPS) jamming countermeasures.
Rob Balloch, chief growth officer at MARSS, told
that the sensors feed into MARSS’ NiDAR system, which detects, classifies, and recommends a response to a range of threats. He added that X-JOC can either integrate with other systems or operate independently.
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