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The video shows the main traffic routes followed at global scale by ships flying the flag of States contributing to the EU Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) Cooperative Data Centre (CDC): all EU Member States, Iceland, Norway, and Overseas Territories of EU Member States*. The LRIT vessel positions are refreshed every 6 hours and reconstructed every hour using the European Commission Joint Research Centre's “Blue Hub” technology. The video covers a period of one month, giving a first insight into the potential of the data for performing statistical and other analysis of maritime transport routes of vessels flying EU LRIT CDC flags. The LRIT vessel positions can be polled over delimited areas by operational authorities in specific circumstances such as for Search and Rescue. ...
Pitch presentation by Brigitte Heylen (Avian Ecology and Evolution group, Terrestrial Ecology Unit, Ghent University) at the VLIZ Marine Science Day 2017 (03.03.2017 - Bruges, Belgium). Full title: Tracking a marine predator to design flexible boundaries of marine protected areas for an ecosystem approach to fisheries Read more: - VLIZ Marine Science Day 2017: http://www.vliz.be/en/imis?module=conference&confid=2847 - Brigitte Heylen: http://www.vliz.be/en/imis?module=person&persid=34275
This is a quick view of the Comar SLR200N AIS Marine Tracking Receiver picking up signals at VK2KRR inland location over approximately 400 Km on 29th Feb 2012. The Tropospheric propagation conditions were good on this night. The signals are from ships in Port Phillip Bay area, Melbourne Victoria, Australia. The flashing lights indicate signals received and the lights flash for either Channel A on the left (161.975 MHz) or Channel B on the right (162.025 MHz).
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Canada’s ocean is home to Earth’s largest mammals, while its ports handle 310 million tonnes annually. This video highlights how ONC combines ship traffic data with hydrophone data that not only support the shipping industry but also provide data for environmental monitoring and protection, activities that enable us to build a smarter ocean together. *Subtitles available in French* _____________________ Check out Ocean Networks Canada's website! http://www.oceannetworks.ca Want to see what we're up to? Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ocean_networks INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ocean_networks
With 30x optical zoom, the CM202 is an effective gimbal for tracking suspicious marine vessels during coastal surveillance operations. About the CM202 The advanced CM202 combines cutting-edge software in a compact, rugged and cost-effective system. The gyro-stabilised, multi-sensor camera ISR payload is engineered to offer you complete customisation to give you the best system suited to the needs of your mission. The low SWaP gimbal is suitable for integration into UAVs, manned aircraft, marine vessels, land vehicles and robotics. Contact us today for more information by emailing sales@ uavvision.com. Find out more at www.uavvision.com Music: Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeod Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?keywords=deliberate+thought Artist: http://incom...
A marine research group is tracking a shark as it moves toward the Gulf of Mexico.
Although sea turtles spend most of their time in the ocean, we still know very little about their migration patterns. Satellite tracking helps fill that knowledge gap, allowing researchers to track marine turtles as they swim from place to place. Learn more: http://worldwildlife.org/stories/tracking-turtles-by-satellite-for-better-conservation WWF places satellite tags on marine turtles in many areas around the world. The information collected from the tags helps us to design better management strategies for their conservation, such as creating marine protected areas for important feeding areas or addressing threats to nesting beaches. Knowledge of marine turtle migration pathways is also important to reduce interaction with fisheries, when turtles too often become victims of bycatch. Sa...
A new approach to sensors, signals and processing has yielded major improvements in pipe and cable tracking performance using the Sense MARINE PCT . These enhancements provide greater contrast between background noise and target returns, resulting in improved data quality with reduced pilot workload. The ROV pilot has access to a real-time view of the vertical section through the sea floor showing his positioning relative to the target pipe. A plan view of historical position data assists with drift correction. Additional functions and information are easily accessable using the intuitive display and the underlying robust detection performance means easier tracking.
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Decoding and tracking of AIS Marine Traffic NMEA maps on OnePlus one using RTL-SDR Dongle with SeaWi Marine APP via RTL SDR AIS Driver UDP port. Good method to receive, decode and track the AIS vessel traffic with freeware applications (RTL SDR AIS: After 1000 messages the demo switch will be disabled...)
Divulgare. Divulgation channel - Use of drifting buoys for tracking marine spills Divulgare. Through this 3D animation video INTECMAR, in collaboration with the laboratory of Ecology and Evolution of plants and Divulgare Group at the University of Vigo, want to show the advantages of the use of drifting buoys to track marine spills. This video has been made to disclose the interest of the work that the Technology Institute for the Control of the Marine Environment of Galicia (INTECMAR) make in the project DRIFTER. In the video, are showing the advantages of using this technology to keep track of polluting spills at sea and the importance of collaborating with such technological projects. Video available at: http://tv.campusdomar.es/en/video/2895.html