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Next generation autonomous USV

Performs in Environments & Conditions Where Other Manned and Unmanned Systems Cannot

Core Capabilities

  • Flexible configurations in 6’(2m), 8’(2.5m), 12’(3.6m), 24’(7m), 38’(11m) & 48’(14.6m) variants
  • Electric or Diesel/Electric Propulsion, dependent on MANTAS variant size – all independent twin screw systems
  • Next generation ultra-safe Low-Lithium batteries for C5ISR and vessel operations.
  • High-speed surface operation with “burst speed” capability to 80 kts, depending on variant
 
 
 
 
 
  • Excellent range at cruise speeds
  • High Precision loitering and station keeping operations
  • Fully autonomous, semi-autonomous and full operator control modes
  • Sensor and communications agnostic
  • Solar Panels for extended endurance and persistence for open ocean operation
 

Key Features

  • Extended in-field operations with open architecture and modular design allowing for rapid adaptation and integration of sensors, advance communications and improved energy payload
  • Highly reliable systems with waterproof components within the MANTAS hull
  • Optional “Stealth” Mode with a positively buoyant hull to minimize detection and perform “decks awash” operations
  • Performs in environments and conditions where other USV’s are unable due to MANTAS’ high-performance envelope.
MANTAS™ USV is a multi-role catamaran, proficient at performing in open ocean, riverine and inland waters delivering greater mission flexibility than traditional manned systems.

MISSIONS

MARTAC™ designed the MANTAS™ vehicles specifically for multi-role autonomous unmanned operation.

  • Coastal surveillance & security
  • Communications relay “under the canopy”
  • Drug Interdiction/ISR/Human Trafficking
  • Mine Countermeasure
  • Anti-submarine warfare
  • Fast boat swarm
  • Electronic warfare
  • Unmanned mobile laser designator
  • Maritime security support
  • Mobile Active/Passive Sonobuoys
  • Port/Harbor Patrol
  • Launch & Recovery of UxVs
  • Riverine ISR & Patrol
  • Special Operation Forces (SOF) “Round the Bend ISR”
  • Ability to be weaponized
 
  • Bathymetric mapping and asset inspection
  • Anti-Piracy
  • Port and Harbor Security
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Search & Rescue
  • Humanitarian Aid & Disaster Relief (HADR)
  • Transport Logistics – Oil Platform Support
  • Scientific monitoring – NOAA
  • Fisheries monitoring
 

Navy Seeks to Unleash the Potential of Unmanned Systems

“Reprinted from Seapower, the official publication of the Navy League of the United States. ARLINGTON, Va. — The Department of the Navy (DoN) is producing an after-action review of the U.S. Pacific Fleet-led Unmanned Integrated Battle Problem 21 (IBP21), an exercise held April 19-26 in San Diego, California, the Office of Naval Research said in

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