About Us

Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc.

Who We Are

MARTAC is the leading provider of high-performance Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) and Fleet Management Solutions for the military, government, commercial and scientific markets worldwide. Our portfolio consists of two USV classes, the all-electric MANTAS and the high-performance combustion Devil Ray Classes. MARTAC’s focus is on designing, producing and integrating USV Systems to augment human based missions and forces. This includes not only individual system performance, but also how these systems can be managed to execute fleet-wide operations. All our Systems are vertically integrated with common operating systems and the ability to integrate an extensive array of sensors and cutting-edge communication technologies based on Class size, weight and power specifications. As a force multiplier, MANTAS and Devil Ray amplify capabilities and ensures superiority in the most demanding operational scenarios. MANTAS and Devil Ray Systems are designed to navigate and operate in diverse maritime environments, performing the dull, dirty and dangerous missions when other manned and unmanned systems are not able.

Our dedication to overcoming challenges sets MARTAC apart as a trusted ally in the most critical missions. Headquartered in a 72,000 square foot production plant and water test facility in Melbourne, FL, MARTAC epitomizes reliability and excellence. We are an experienced small business, established and proven, ready to meet the rigorous requirements of our customers. MARTAC has MANTAS production at our Corporate HQ facility and Devil Ray production in a dedicated facility to address growing customer demand. MARTAC extends its reach with satellite offices strategically positioned in Binghamton, NY, San Diego, CA, and Apex, NC. focused on providing swift response and support to our allies across the world. MARTAC – Where Innovation Meets Mission Success.

Mission Statement

MARTAC’s mission is to deliver reliable and innovative fleet-driven unmanned Systems to our military, government, commercial and scientific markets and customers. We develop these Systems focused on solving real-world problems in challenging environments with solutions for Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA). Our company leadership continually drives creativity to challenge technological boundaries and enable our customers to solve problems and remove personnel from harm’s way.
1965 Autonomous USV Design


MARTAC’s Systems are the culmination of years mastering advanced control technologies, pioneering avionics, commanding U.S. Navy surface and aviation operations, and pushing the boundaries of extreme high-performance offshore powerboat technology. This relentless pursuit of excellence and unwavering commitment has given rise to the pinnacle of autonomous systems – the MANTAS™ and the Devil Ray™. MARTAC's history has been shaped by the extensive experience, melding together cutting-edge technologies and hardened field experience. The MANTAS™ and Devil Ray stand as a testament to our relentless pursuit of technological supremacy and mission excellence.


MARTAC products, system and sub systems initial patent was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in August of 2015. However, even today we continually fortify our expanding Intellectual Property (IP) via patent protection institutions. We achieve this by filing supplementary IP innovation growth through the Continuation In Part (CIP) process with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. These CIPs and patents are “super” patents in that each contain a significant number of claims, that are enforceable under patent law.

U.S. Patent Number: US 9,096,106

Approval Date: August 4, 2015 Filed: May 14, 2012

In June 2016, we submitted to the International Bureau patent protection that recognizes protection from 181 countries: International (Approved January 2017) International Publication Number: WO 2017/004419 A1 Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT): PCT/US2016/040492

CIP#1 U.S. Patent Number: US 9,669,904 Approval Date: June 6, 2017 Filed: June 30, 2015

CIP#2 U.S. Patent Number: US 10,331,131 Approval Date: June 25, 2019 Filed: May 31, 2017

CIP#3 U.S. Patent Number: US 10,908,611 Approval Date: February 2, 2021 Filed: October 10, 2019

CIP#4 Application Number: 17/164,129 Anticipated Approval Date: October 10, 2022 Filed: February 1, 2022