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Methodology for Real-Time Detection of AIS Falsification

Abstract : The Automatic Identification System is an electronic system enabling vessels to send localization messages. Those messages are used for several uses such as fleet control, traffic control or boarding prevention. Sent messages contain errors, falsifications and undergo spoofing due to the unsecured channel of transmission, and that weakens the whole system and the safety of navigation. Beyond known errors, recent works have shown that falsification of AIS messages is easy, and therefore could mask or favor illegal actions, lead to disturbance of monitoring systems and new maritime risks. This paper presents the DEAIS project which proposes a methodological approach for modelling, analyzing and detecting such maritime events.
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Cyril Ray, Clément Iphar, Aldo Napoli. Methodology for Real-Time Detection of AIS Falsification. Maritime Knowledge Discovery and Anomaly Detection Workshop, Jul 2016, Ispra, Italy. pp.74-77 - ISBN 978-92-79-61301-2. ⟨hal-01421910⟩

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