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TEKEVER offers a surveillance-as-a-service solution, delivering actionable real-time intelligence to make oceans safer and save more lives. We are the proven global leader in real-time maritime perception.

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TEKEVER offers 3 mission-oriented product lines through its unmanned aerial systems business unit,
providing the customer with Data and Intelligence Services.


TEKEVER AR3 is a shipborne UAS designed to support multiple types of maritime and land-based missions. Delivering up to 16 hour missions, the AR3 can be customised to adapt to specific customer and mission requirements.

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AR4 is the ideal equipment for short range Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance missions. User friendliness, easy transportation and intuitive operation are only some of the features this best-in-class UAS has to offer.

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TEKEVER AR5 keeps an eye on the sea. Designed to be cost effective, can regularly operate beyond radio line of sight (BRLOS) with high-capacity satellite communications and carry payloads including maritime radar.

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Intelligence as-a-service

Designed for key decision makers and management level staff, TEKEVER ATLAS provides intelligent onboard and on-ground tools for real-time and historical data processing. Our AI/ML-powered data-centre assures the right person gets the right information at the right moment.

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We are helping organizations to take radically improve their business by transforming strategy, culture,
processes and systems to take advantage of the better, faster and tailor-made information.


FLY.PT project public session 25/09/2023

Please join us for a public session during which we will present the outcomes of the FLY.PT project. We will be demonstrating full-scale prototypes of a personal air transport system. This demonstration will take place at the Ponte de Sor airfield, on the TEKEVER premises, commencing at 3.15 pm on September 29th.

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TAKING THE LEAD: Ricardo Mendes, TEKEVER CEO* 26/06/2023

Drones are here to stay. Pretty much like cars, or planes, or computers, or the internet, they will be built into the fabric of our society. Actually, that’s precisely what they are: they’re connected computers that move around. Some can fly, others can swim, others can drive or walk. They already come in lots of shapes and forms, with very different capabilities, and they will come in a lot more. We’re really just at the dawn of drones, and we’re really just beginning to see the tremendous benefits they can bring, and the tremendous threats they can pose. But pretty much like any other pervasive technology we know today, they can be used for good or bad.

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Bridging the gap in space industry 29/05/2023

The space industry has undergone a significant evolution since its inception in the mid-20th century. Initially, the focus was on developing rockets and spacecraft capable of launching into space and sending humans beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.

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