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BIRD Aerosystems delivered a complete ASIO Maritime Task Force Solution to an undisclosable African government. This particular ASIO Maritime Surveillance Task Force Solution includes multiple BIRD’s advanced MSIS mission management systems for Maritime Patrol Aircraft and was also installed at the Naval HQ command and on certain vessels.

BIRD Aerosystems’ ASIO Maritime Task Force Solution addresses Aerial-Naval-Shore challenges. It facilitates maritime and coastal surveillance, border and asset surveying, and EEZ monitoring capabilities.

The combined benefits of BIRD’s MSIS and ASIO for complete mission operational support and complete situational awareness within a task forces  delivers an extremely powerful, comprehensive and flexible maritime patrol solution, enabling efficient detection, tracking and interception of any suspicious activity at sea.

As BIRD Aerosystems’ Co-CEO & Founder Ronen Factor explained: “BIRD’s ASIO Maritime Task Force Solution, including the Cessna Citation CJ3 aircraft, will be used to defend the customer’s territorial waters, with an emphasis on detecting illegal fishing, oil theft, and smuggling. Rapidly deployed in multiple configurations, ASIO enables even small crews to deliver detailed and comprehensive surveillance information covering large geographic areas.”

BIRD Aerosystems has its own patented technology to deliver end-to-end solutions to customers such as branches of the US Government, UN Air Operations, NATO forces and other leading defence and security organisations.