Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring

CBRN threats can occur and be encountered in offshore, littoral and harbour related activities, in peace and wartime missions respectively.

Environics designs and supplies Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring Solutions globally, to a wide range of vessel types, ranging from the navy vessels such as Patrol Vessels, to Frigates, or even Amphibious Assault Ships. Our Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring Systems’ components are compatible with Classification Society requirements.

CBRN monitoring system for a ship

Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring Systems

We focus on providing early warning and protection from CBRN threats and their hazardous effects. Environics’ Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring Systems deliver both situational awareness from detectors – independently and as a whole – as well as guidance by software. This enables the crew to perform further analyses and to counter threat events in a correct and timely manner.


Why Choose Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring Systems

  • Meets Classification Society requirements

  • Robust product design for use in demanding environmental conditions

  • Fast and reliable response

  • System conceived with proven CBRN expertise

  • Low life-cycle-cost

  • Turnkey solution integration

  • Full life-time support

Example of frigate CBRN monitoring system layouts configuration

Example of frigate CBRN monitoring system layout configurations.

Usage Scenarios

Environics Naval & Maritime CBRN Monitoring systems are fully customizable and enable for preventing and minizing the consequences of a CBRN attack, allowing the continuation of the mission, by warning and protecting personnel from CBRN threats and their hazardous effects.

Vessel Types


Mine Countermeasure Vessels

Mine layers



Offshore Patrol Vessels

Missile Boats

Landing Platforms


Fleet Tankers

Coast Guard Vessels

Patrol Vessels

Ocean Surveillance Ships

Pollution Control / Threat Preventions Vessels

Fire Fighting Vessel

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Would You Like to Know More?

Arto Penttinen

CBRN Application Manager