Israel Aerospace Industries unveiled on Tuesday the newest addition to its line of unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) — a combat marine system named KATANA for homeland security.

KATANA’s features include autonomous navigation and a collision avoidance system, and it is fitted with various payloads including electro-optic and infrared cameras, line-of-sight and none-line-of- sight communication, radar and weapon systems, the state-owned IAI said in a statement.

IAI said the craft, developed by its Malam factory, supports a wide range of missions, protection of exclusive economic zones ( EEZ), maritime borders and offshore gas rigs and pipelines, as well as port security, shallow waters patrolling, and electronic warfare.