Patrol USV autonomously navigates and conducting security patrol, target monitoring, identifying and tracking, evidence collection by taking photos and driving by recording, making video and recording on spot etc. and transmitting the information in real time to General command center to keep files.

USV can accomplish to navigate autonomously in large distance (covered within communication), search target and track by taking pictures, collect evidence to enforce the law and then return back automatically.

USV can be able to navigate and locate accurately with multiple communication lines transmitting stably, with constant and distinct video and with normal recording and night vision.

It is completely feasible that USV executes sea patrol and law enforcement taking place of officials partly.



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High strength fiberglass with carbon fiber and kevlar ballistic fabric
Diesel fuel
750 kg
35 knot
Data 50 km
Video 30 km
120 NM

The USV is dedicated to apply to security and protection, patrol, investigation and evidence collection areas, which is a new intelligent platform for hydrographic survey, marine ecological environment protection, fishery supervision and accident rescue. It is also applied to Port Public Security Bureau, Water Police, Coast Guard, Frontier Defense and Fishery Administration.


High Speed Security Patrol USV is a multi-task unmanned surface vessel which can achieve GPS navigation, autonomous and obstacle avoidance. With the equipped optoelectronic device and underwater sonar, USV is able to realize security patrol, target monitoring, identifying and tracking, evidence collection and intercept suspecting.

7 meter fiberglass boat
Distance 50 meters

Rotate speed, oil mass, oil temperature, electric quantity, voltage, rudder angle and other performance index.

Real-time video from left, right and front camera; Trajectory and mission status; Navigation info, depth, longitude, latitude and speed.

Electronic chart, LIDAR, infrared imagery and side-scan sonar.