Authors – Krishnan Saravanan Selva Aswini Raghvendra Kumar Le Hoang Son
Methodology Article First Online: 05 November 2018
Maritime Border Collision is one of the vital concerns in coastal states since the maritime boundaries of any two countries cannot be identified easily during fishing.
Maritime domain awareness and the border line control are the essential requirement which happens via recognition, and observing of boats inside their country boundary.
It is necessary to identify the maritime border and alert the fisherman during the fishing.
Continue reading How to prevent maritime border collision for fisheries – A design of Real-Time Automatic Identification System
Received: 30 October 2018 / Revised: 10 March 2019 / Accepted: 11 March 2019 / Published: 15 March 2019
In order to monitor and manage vessels in channels effectively, identification and tracking are very necessary.
This work developed a maritime unmanned aerial vehicle (Mar-UAV) system equipped with a high-resolution camera and an Automatic Identification System (AIS).
A multi-feature and multi-level matching algorithm using the spatiotemporal characteristics of aerial images and AIS information was proposed to detect and identify field vessels.
Continue reading A Multi-Feature and Multi-Level Matching Algorithm Using Aerial Image and AIS for Vessel Identification
Courtesy: SA News.gov.za
Sunday, February 24, 2019
The first real-time data from South Africa’s ZACube-2 nanosatellite will be unveiled on Tuesday, according to the Department of Science and Technology.
The continent’s most advanced nanosatellite to date, the ZACube-2 was successfully launched into space in December. It is expected to provide cutting edge remote sensing and communication services to South Africa and the region.
Continue reading Minister to unveil first data from ZACube-2
Friday, 15 February 2019
exactEarth a provider of Satellite AIS data services, has announced that the final six payloads for its second-generation constellation, exactView RT, are now in operation. This completes the roll-out of the first global real-time Satellite-AIS service with a total of 58 operational satellite payloads and seven orbital spares.
Continue reading exactEarth deploys final six satellite payloads
Written by defenceWeb – 11th Feb 2019
The Institute for Maritime Technology headquarters in Simons Town.
Armscor’s Institute of Maritime Technology (IMT) has made a significant breakthrough in the field of maritime safety and communications by installing the world’s first VDES base station, which allows significantly faster data transfers to and from ships, improving safety and maritime awareness.
Continue reading Maritime safety breakthrough at IMT
The topmost priority for geographies across the world, has witnessed a steep rise in the demand for AToN management & monitoring system, especially in Asia Pacific. Rising demand for the Automatic Identification System (AIS) in this region, besides the coastal scrutiny systems have further resulted in the proliferated growth of this market, which is anticipated to be valued at the US$ 2,404.3Mn through 2026.
Albany, NY — (SBWIRE) — 01/30/2019 — In order to study the various trends and patterns prevailing in the concerned market, Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has included a new report titled “AToN Management and Monitoring System Market” to its wide online database. This research assessment offers a clear insight about the influential factors that are expected to transform the global market in the near future.
Continue reading AToN Management and Monitoring System Market Projected to Touch CAGR 4.0% During 2018-2026
Courtesy: BBC News
By Zoe Kleinman
Technology reporter, BBC News
2 February 2017
Fisherman David Shoshola says the Abalobi app has given him more financial security
Braving the choppy waters of the South Atlantic four days a week, fisherman David Shoshola says a mobile phone app is helping him worry less about the risk of not being able to support his family.
Continue reading How smartphones are proving clickbait for fishermen
Courtesy: Marine Online
Thursday, 31 January 2019
Upcoming articles in this blog will include information about AIS (Automatic Identification System), VDES (VHF Data Exchange System), AIS Transponders / Transceivers, AIS Class A, AIS Class B, AIS Base Stations, AIS AtoN (Aids to Navigation), AIS SART (Search and Rescue Transmitter), Vessel Traffic Service (VTS), Vessel Traffic Management Information System (VTMIS), AIS Satellite, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), Digital Selective Calling (DSC), Marine VHF Radio, Homeland Security, Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), cargo payload, draught, capacity utilisation, maritime big data, bulk shipping, line-up reports, trade flow, commodity, satellite, naval architecture, fishing, sar, security, synthetic aperture radar, visible infrared imaging radiometer suite (viirs), vessel tracking, ship tracking, communication and other related issues.
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February 5, 2019 Ronald Thomas
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By Chris Baraniuk
Technology of Business reporter
1 February 2019
For a long time, being out at sea meant being out of sight and out of reach.
And all kinds of shenanigans went on as a result – countries secretly selling oil and other goods to countries they’re not supposed to under international sanctions rules, for example, not to mention piracy and kidnapping.
The problem is that captains can easily switch off the current way of tracking ships, called the Automatic Identification System (AIS), turning their vessels into “ghost ships”.
But now thousands of surveillance satellites have been launched into space, and artificial intelligence (AI) is being applied to the images they take.
There’s no longer anywhere to hide – even for ghost ships.
Samir Madani, co-founder of TankerTrackers.com, says his firm’s satellite imagery analysis has identified Iranian tankers moving in and out of port, despite US sanctions restricting much of the country’s oil exports.
He’s watched North Korea – which is limited by international rules to 500,000 barrels of refined oil every year – taking delivery of fuel via ship-to-ship transfers on the open ocean.
Continue reading Tracking sanctions-busting ‘ghost ships’ on the high seas