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ScanMaris : an Adaptive and Integrative Approach for Wide Maritime Zone Surveillance

Abstract : The ScanMaris project is an innovative software workshop conceived to develop and evaluate solutions of prevention and monitoring of wide maritime zones. These solutions rely on tools of tactical picture's exploitation, known as enriched for resulting from the continuous treatment of important volumes of heterogeneous data gathered in real time (sensors) and remote time (intelligence). The ScanMaris solutions enable supervising the permanent evolutions of the dense vessel traffic in order to follow the flows of transported goods (bulk, containers, energy, chemical, fishery product, passenger, etc.) according to various routes (corridor, motorway of the sea, coastal traffic, etc.) and to detect the criminal traffics (narcotics, smuggling, illegal immigration, illegal resource fishing, etc). This paper focuses on the technologies involved in the project with their major results. Nevertheless, there is no global analysis of the workshop at this stage, because ScanMaris will be recently funded by the French National Research Agency ANR, and its duration is of 24 months.
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Michel Morel, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Aldo Napoli, Anne Littaye, Valérie Bazin, et al.. ScanMaris : an Adaptive and Integrative Approach for Wide Maritime Zone Surveillance. Conférence internationale COGIS 2007 : Cognitive systems with Interactive Sensors, Nov 2007, Stanford University California, United States. 2 p. ⟨hal-00747879⟩

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