DSIT Solutions Ltd.
Givat Shmuel, Israel
+972-3-531-3333
https://dsit.co.il

DSIT Solutions Ltd., a subsidiary of RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. and a pioneer in underwater defense and security solutions based on advanced sonar and acoustics technologies for naval, homeland security, energy, and transportation applications, as well as state-of-the-art fiber optic sensing for land applications, recently won a tender to supply its Portable Acoustic Range (PAR) system to an undisclosed navy. The PAR is an advanced application of underwater signal processing designed to measure noise radiated by submarines, as well as surface vessels.

The PAR system measures the radiated noise of any vessel, on or below the surface, thus enabling navies and shipyards to monitor and control the noise and silence of their submarines and ships. The PAR continuously tracks the measured platforms and transmits the data in real time to a remote command and control unit. This enables real-time radiated noise processing, analysis and display, using a wireless LAN Data Link between measurement buoy and measured platform. The PAR operates in a frequency range of 10-50,000 Hz. This system includes a database console for storing measurement results, which facilitates data management and provides playback and post-analysis capabilities.

A subsidiary of Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., DSIT Solutions has been developing and implementing complete defense and security solutions targeting various underwater threats for the last three decades. Based on the company’s wide range of capabilities, solutions and pioneering technology, DSIT Solutions underwater sonar and acoustic analysis-based security systems for naval, HLS, energy and transportation industries, have been successfully deployed by dozens of customers worldwide.

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