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CLS solutions include a wide range of services based on proven and innovative space technologies. As a result of 30 years of close collaboration with governments and agencies in charge of maritime surveillance, and maritime industry operators.
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Maritime intelligence demonstrates the power of information in shipping. Our globally connected analyst team delivers deep data, timely insights, case reporting and highly respected analysis of market developments as well as valuable forecasting and consulting capabilities. This unstoppable wave of news and intelligence provides our clients with a business advantage, from ship charterers to port agents, and maritime lawyers to insurers. Lloyd's List | Lloyd's List Intelligence | i-law.com | Insurance Day
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The Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) is the military intelligence agency of the United States Navy. Established in 1882 primarily to advance the Navy's modernization efforts. ONI is the oldest member of the United States Intelligence Community and serves as the nation's premier source of maritime intelligence. Since the First World War, its mission has broadened to include real-time reporting on the developments and activities of foreign navies; protecting maritime resources and interests; monitoring and countering transnational maritime threats; providing technical, operational, and tactical support to the U.S. Navy and its partners; and surveying the global maritime environment. ONI employs over 3,000 military and civilian personnel worldwide and is headquartered at the National Mariti...
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“Standardisation of the maritime intelligence industry needed now” - Dryad Maritime leads the way. As it relaunches to mark its 10 year anniversary Dryad Maritime is today, Wednesday 13th September, calling on the maritime industry to develop a Standardisation Agreement (STANAG) setting minimum standards for the production of intelligence. The threat is changing. Ship owners and operators no longer simply face a sporadic pirate threat in the Indian Ocean but are routinely deploying armed security teams to counter the threat of Water Bourne IED in the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait located between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, and Djibouti and Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. Without up to-date practical research and development supported by the expert collation of intelligence the industry will b...
For the first time ever, India has offered to share real-time intelligence of maritime movements in the Indian Ocean with 10 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri-Lanka and Mauritius. The move is aimed to counter the threats related to human trafficking, smuggling and territorial disputes in the South-China Sea. It comes at a time when China is becoming increasingly aggressive in the South China Sea region. China had recently set-up its first off-shore base in the Horn of Africa country of Djibouti. To counter China, India is now looking at a cooperative approach instead of going alone. Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said that the offer has been very positively received. The Navy chief gave the statement at the Goa Maritime Conclave (GMC) where the Indian Navy for the f...
NATO continues to develop key capabilities to protect the security and freedom of its members. Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JISR) is one of these capabilities. It is a combination of processes, systems, and people, including air, ground, maritime, and space assets, which feed into one “fused” report. JISR is vital for all military operations, it provides information and intelligence to decision-makers and action-takers, helping them make informed, timely and accurate decisions. This animation demonstrates how JISR works. For more information, please see: http://goo.gl/ehIlrU http://www.nato.int
Learn about how Genscape tracks over 100,000 vessels in near real-time to deliver the highest quality open-ocean and close-to-port/coastal data on the market today.
Governments and the global shipping industry use CLS satellite applications every day to manage and secure our oceans and borders from potential security risks : illegal fishing surveillance, environmental threats, maritime piracy... http://maritime-intelligence.cls.fr/
When you think of geospatial intelligence, the usual thing that comes to mind is land-based -- satellite images of strategically important military sites, but one area that is commonly overlooked is that of maritime intelligence, of which geospatial is playing an increasingly important role, being used in law enforcement and humanitarian missions, giving them greater insight than ever before. One man pushing the boundaries of what is being achieved at sea, geospatially speaking, is Guy Thomas, Science & Technology Advisor to the US Coast Guard. We spoke to him at DGI 2012 to find out just how geospatial tech is playing a critical role at tying together the global intelligence picture in a way never before possible.
This video is an overview of our Global Maritime Intelligence KMZ. The advantages of our product are: Clients receive the intelligence report in a digital format that can be utilised with their operations mapping. Operations staff therefore have the latest intelligence overlays with analysis at their fingertips. We can incorporate imagery and video links that are directly accessible with just the click of a button. Digital intelligence summaries are easier to disseminate and more accessible, especially if they are being sent to personnel aboard ships. As oppose to the usual hard copy reports we are giving you all the data electronically, which can then be saved and used again and again for reference or analysis. The KMZ is produced weekly, and the reporting period is from Friday-Thur...
IISS Shangri-La Dialogue 2015 Special Session 3: Challenges for Maritime Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Chair: Dr Tim Huxley, Executive Director, IISS-Asia General Tan Sri Zulkifeli Mohd Zin, Chief of Defence Forces, Malaysia Admiral Harry B Harris, Commander, United States Pacific Command Vice Admiral Alexander Lopez, Commander, Western Command, Armed Forces of the Philippines Defence Industry Comments Christopher Chadwick, President and Chief Executive Officer, Boeing Defense, Space and Security, The Boeing Company Patrick Dewar, Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin International
This video outlines the role that trade intelligence plays in profitable shipping. World-class maritime and trade data gives IHS unrivalled capabilities and insight into global trade flows.
Canada and Poland signed in Brussels on Thursday a multinational effort for developing new generation of maritime anti-submarine, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft. Our other media's: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gonewsEU/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gonewslivhdtv Credit Music: gaoc Mandatory Credits: NATOCHANNEL
At a press conference during London International Shipping Week Chief Executive Officer Graeme Gibbon Brooks urged the maritime sector to develop a Standardisation Agreement (STANAG) for the production of intelligence. The threat is changing. Ship owners and operators no longer simply face a sporadic pirate threat in the Indian Ocean but are routinely deploying armed security teams to counter the threat of Water Bourne IED in the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait located between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, and Djibouti and Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. Without up to-date practical research and development supported by the expert collation of intelligence the industry will be blindsided by asymmetric threats at sea. At the press conference the emerging threat of water bourne IED's was discussed ...
We promised you a sneak peek and here it is. In maritime intelligence you're never done tackling asymmetric threats to freedom of navigation. You've got to keep re-assessing risk, corroborating multiple sources, analysing intelligence and refining your tactics. These values are at the heart of our operations and that's why we're changing too. More at #LISW17.
IHS has integrated its two core online solutions, AISLive and Sea-web to bring together ship movements, ship data, maritime intelligence and insight onto one platform enabling deeper analysis of the global shipping fleet. This video provides an overview of the benefits. Track the latest ship movements, monitor the world fleet and competitor activity, understand global trade flows, trends, threats and opportunities. We make the connections, you make the decisions. Visit: Maritime.ihs.com