Key Persons

Dato' Sri Mohd Nor M Shah

Executive Chairman

Tuan Hazrin Mohd Nizar

Executive Director

Mohd Hamzah @ Jumat Bin Dato' Raudhah

Board of Director

Datin Sri Nik Nor Ellani Wan Daud

Financial Controller

Edlin Rizal Azmin

Director - Liaison & Events

Capt Dato' Wan Zali Kadir

Managing Pilot

Capt Zaini Abd Rahman

Chief Pilot

Tuan Zulkifle bin Yahya

Director - Sales & Marketing

Erwan Azraai Dato' Sri Mohd Nor

Director - Logistic & Procurement

Mahzan Hakim

Advisor - Enforcement & Strategy

Nazli Syam bin Idris Ali

Senior Manager - Finance

Dato' Mohamed Ali Kamarudin

Admin Director

Sam Mail

USA Country Manager

Mohd Suhaimi Mustafa

Logistics Manager

Capt Wan Mohd Abdul Hamid

General Aviation Pilot
ATR 72

Natasha Nasir

General Aviation Pilot
Boeing 737-400


General Aviation Pilot
Airbus A320

Muhammad Xyriel Iman

General Aviation Pilot

Muhammad Mujahid Hamdan

General Aviation Pilot

Ganesh Kumar s/o Kumarasamy

General Aviation Pilot

We at Coastal Surveillance Sdn Bhd (CSSB) was formed up upon the realization that the key applications considered for the Coastal Surveillance Market study are command & control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

The intelligence segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period, as it acts as a force-multiplier by providing advanced situational awareness to armed forces and is the greatest attribute to militaries wielding such platforms as manned and maritime surveillance. The surveillance and reconnaissance application segment is the second highest growing market in the coastal surveillance market over the years.

With these facts, CSSB is representing Indra, the premier IT company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe, who has produced  an effective maritime surveillance light aircraft. The latter has been in collaboration with Italian aircraft manufacturer Tecnam, firms SELEX Galileo, FLIR Systems and Remote Sensing and Sensor Integration company Airborne Technologies.

The five partners seek has developed an aircraft equipped to provide state-of-the-art surveillance at a more competitive cost in terms of acquisition and operation. The aircraft has been  engaged in rescue missions, protection of fishing fleets and environment; and surveillance of illegal trafficking of either people or drugs, among others. The aircraft called Tecnam P2006T MRI has been in service since  2012.

This aircraft has been  patroling  maritime zones which usually kept under surveillance by coastguards with medium-size helicopters for a considerably reduced cost and highly more efficient as it is equipped with a thorough maritime surveillance system (radar, AIS vessel ID system and a cutting-edge electroptical device).

The Tecnam's P2006T platform was selected  because it’s a light, twin-engine aircraft and easy to pilot, It uses traditional fuel which dramatically  reduces costs in operation. It also requires minimal maintenance and can takeoff and land in makeshift runways.

The aircraft  is able to patrol an area from 50 to 200 nautical miles offshore. This zone is out of the range of coastal surveillance systems and medium-size helicopters which can make it up to 100 miles. In order to cover this zone effectively the required maritime patrol aircrafts can be acquired and operated at a much higher cost.

The company collaborates with Tecnam, Selex Galileo, FLIR Systems and Airborne Technologies. The objective was to offer a solution with the best operation/surveillance capacity cost ratio. The P2006T MRI entered service in 2012 and now it have the capacity to guard maritime areas located from 50 to 200 miles offshore.