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Toward a complete system for surveillance of the whole EEZ: ScanMaris and associated projects

Abstract : There is currently an undeniable increase of maritime goods exchanges. As a consequence, maritime threats and risks are also rising. Innovative solution has to be developed to improve the security of this huge economic activity. Future generation of maritime surveillance system should allow: permanent and all weather coverage of maritime border areas, continuous collection of heterogeneous data provided by various sources, automatic detection of abnormal vessel behaviors, understanding of suspicious events, and early identification of threats. No equipment and information system deployments are at present able to answer all these requirements. We propose here an integrated system with relevant innovative technologies and capacities. The integrated system includes existing conventional and innovative sensors networks as well as new functionalities to track vessel movements and activities or detect abnormal vessel behaviors. The proposed high level engineering architecture is able to generate documented alarms using abnormal events. Those events are extracted from our intelligent maritime traffic picture. Thus, we aim to validate an end to end surveillance chain for future operational sea border surveillance
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Florent Jangal, Jean-Pierre Georgé, Alain Bonnot, Marie-Annick Giraud, Michel Morel, et al.. Toward a complete system for surveillance of the whole EEZ: ScanMaris and associated projects. OCEANS 2009, Oct 2009, Biloxi, United States. 4 p. - Article number 5422120 - ISBN: 978-142444960-6. ⟨hal-00569315⟩



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