Defense of the Seabed: Securing Underwater Infrastructure

Forcys supplies side scan sonar forGDMS’ BluefinAUV. (Photo credit: Forcys)

By Ioseba Tena, Commercial Director, Forcys

From beluga whales being recruited to work as spies, to cabled infrastructure sabotage and the development of nuclear-powered underwater drones, recent world events have demonstrated the need for continual development of technology for defenseof the seabed. Near-peer adversaries remain focused on innovating and delivering new technologies in order to improve their underwater domain capabilities, and nations and companies with critical assets and infrastructures on the seabed have to be able to keep pace in order to protect their security and operational capabilities.

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