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February 14th, 2019
Exalto Emirates adds anti drone system integrator Martek Anti Drone Systems to its portfolio

Martek Anti Drone Systems (M.A.D.S) are delighted to announce a new strategic partnership in the Middle East with Market Leader Exalto Emirates.

Exalto Emirates will be M.A.D.S exclusive distributor in the region providing drone detection and mitigation services for the marine industry.

Erik Van Wilsum, Head of CUAS said “The growing trend for the use of UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) being used on ports, commercial shipping and superyachts is, as yet, not fully recognised by authorities. We are delighted to be working with Exalto Emirates in the UAE and support them as they stay on the leading edge of supplying technology to the marine industry.”


Visitors to the Navdex show in Abu Dhabi on the 17th will be able to get a look at the M.A.D.S system on the Exalto Emirates stand, number B-014 and at the Dubai International Boat Show on stand number E-284.

John W.R. Paul, General Manager of Exalto Emirates continued “we’re really excited to add Martek’s anti drone system to our portfolio of products and provide our customers with a system that identifies and protects from this growing threat to maritime shipping.”


“The past few years have seen a massive uptake in the number of consumer-grade unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), with 22 million expected worldwide by 2020. The result of this uptake, of course, has been drones appearing in unwanted airspaces, say above ports, marinas, anchorage or popular waterways.”

M.A.D.S. automatically detects, identifies and tracks all drone(s) within its range, and it offers user-configurable and escalating alarms. It constantly scans two frequencies and detects protocols and frequency hopping.


The system also has a ‘defeat’ capability so if a real drone threat is established, the system enables a 500m electronic ‘exclusion zone’ to be created around the facility. Should the drone approach this exclusion zone, its’ control/video signal will be blocked, initiating its’ fail-safe mode and forcing it to land or return to its’ operator.

For further information Please contact Erik van Wilsum at Marine Anti Drone Systems on +31 (6) 10301065 email [email protected]


About M.A.D.S

Marine Anti Drone Systems is a 2018 METS Trade DAME Award nominee. The product has been developed by Martek Marine Systems, which has over 20 years of experience in the marine industry.

Exalto Emirates is the Middle East’s leading supplier of marine equipment. The business has been successfully trading for over 1995 and carries over 11,000 product lines, ranging from electrical and mechanical marine parts and equipment, from over 87 international marine manufacturers including a drone detection and mitigation systems.