SeaVue Surveillance Radar
A lightweight, high-performance surveillance system.
The SeaVue family of radars is designed to detect small maritime targets in high seas and provide superior sea search mode performance. The radars offer inverse synthetic aperture radar imaging of ocean targets and a weather detection and avoidance mode. SeaVue also plays a role in overland surveillance with its synthetic aperture radar mode designed to supplement the maritime mission.
SeaVue radars are operational in several countries on the Hawker 800, de Havilland Dash-8, Caravan II, ATR-42 aircraft and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Guardian unmanned aerial system.
More than 150 Raytheon SeaVue radars are operational worldwide. Countries operating SeaVue include the United States, Japan, Mexico, Italy, Australia, the U.K., Thailand, Norway, Pakistan and Taiwan.