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Border and Coastal Surveillance

Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) systems are comprised of the development, installation, and maintenance of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the BCS program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations, and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs, and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Border and Coastal Surveillance Case Studies

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Bangladesh

servers border and coastal surveillance system

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations, and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs, and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Bulgaria

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations, and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs, and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Cameroon

antenna tower, border and coastal surveillance systems

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Gabon

Radar and Antenna Installation for Coastal Surveillance System

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Maldives

antenna tower, border and coastal surveillance systems

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Mauritius

Operations center border control coastal surveillance

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Mozambique

Radar Installation for Coastal Surveillance System

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Senegal

Radar Installation for Coastal Surveillance System

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Seychelles

Operations center border control coastal surveillance

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Sierra Leone

Radar Installation for Coastal Surveillance System

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Tanzania

Radar Installation for Coastal Surveillance System

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.

Case Study - Coastal Surveillance - Uganda

Mobile maritime surveillance system border and coastal surveillance system

Forward Slope designed and implemented border and coastal surveillance systems as the prime contractor to the US Navy Program Executive Office C4I's, PMW 740 International C4I Integration Program Office. All systems are for international locations including numerous African nations, Bulgaria, and Bangladesh and are part of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Domain Awareness program.

The border and coastal surveillance systems are comprised of national and regional command centers, associated radars, sensors, and software as well as facility improvement. All locations are remote and have their own unique issues from terrain to power grid dependability. Each system installed via the Border and Coastal Surveillance (BCS) program will improve vessel tracking, anomaly detection, enhance maritime interception operations and provide increased security to the world's major shipping lanes, transportation hubs and critical infrastructure points. The BCS is also designed to foster improved data sharing between the United States, and its Allies as well as national and regional partners within the host nation.