…That still have limitations • Indeed, since 2004, the international Maritime Organization (IMO) has required AIS transponders to be installed aboard most vessels. Most, and not each. • The Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention states that “All ships of 300 gross tonnage and upwards engaged on international voyages and cargo ships of 500 gross tonnage and upwards not engaged on international voyages and passenger ships irrespective of size shall be fitted with an AIS”. • What about vessels that are not fitted with AIS? What about the vessels that turn their transmitter down?
Earth Observation: The perfect complement to AIS data Optical sensor Example of ship detection using Sentinel 2 A Image acquired on Mogadiscio - Somalia 05-Apr-2016,07:23 UTC
Earth Observation: The perfect complement to AIS data Optical sensor Vehicle Small sized cities No Vehicle detected Very High Resolution Optical images for Ships Low activity detection Very High Resolution Optical images for activity level detection, infrastructure evolutions, vehicle activities…
Earth Observation: The perfect complement to AIS data Radar sensor EEZ Area Of Interest Small Area Of Interest Resolution : from 50 to 150 m Resolution : from 10 to 30 m Resolution : from 3 to10 m Coverage : 300 to 500 km swath Coverage : 50 to 150 km swath Coverage : 20 to 150 km swath Acquisitions : Planified Acquisitions : On demand (> 12h) Acquisitions : On demand (> 12h) Processing : < 30 minutes Processing : < 30 minutes Processing : depending on the need Field of interest: Field of interest: Field of interest: - Vessel detection (> 50-100 m) - Vessel detection (> 15-20 m) - Vessel detection (> 5-10 m) - - Oilspill detection - Oilspill detection - Vessel (> 100 m) - Icebergs detection - Sea state monitoring - Sea state monitoring - Sea state monitoring
Earth Observation: The perfect complement to AIS data Radar sensor Example of Go Fast Boats detection thanks to their wakes.
CLS Maritime Awareness System Data Fusion and Analysis to strengthen Maritime Awareness ▪ Big Data ▪ Various sources of data (AIS, VMS, LRIT, EO, Maritime databases…) ▪ Real-Time and historical analysis ▪ Patented algorithms ▪ Patterns analysis ▪ Alerts monitoring 16
CLS Maritime Awareness System - Overview
CLS Maritime Awareness System - Operational Use Area of interest Surveillance Fisheries control Border Surveillance EEZ Surveillance Illegal Fleet Tracking activities Vessel of detection at Interest sea tracking and alerts management
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2018-08-02 13:30 UTC – 15:45 UTC Both vessels drifting together (Speed: 2nm) 2018-08-02 13:00 UTC – 13:30 UTC 2018-08-02 18:15 UTC – 2018 -08-03 22:00 UTC First contact between both vessels Ruth keeps drifting alone 2018-08-02 09:15 UTC Jubilee entering the area 2018-08-02 16:15 UTC – 18:15 UTC Both vessels are drifting again together 2018-08-02 15:42 UTC – DEIMOS S-2 Image (Speed: 2nm) Both vessels drifting together