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1.The transportation industry is changing at a rapid pace due to globalization. Therefore, increase in smart boats and advanced facilities at seashore and improvement in security & safety regulations at marine in most of the emerging countries.
2.The coastal surveillance system works efficiently by data gathering from sensors such as radar, EO, RDF, AIS, GPS, ESM device, and active/passive sonar, and are processed by a Command & Control System to establish the tactical picture.
3.Tactical picture is distributed to users with various purposes via a wide area network. In addition, implementation of various rules and regulations for the better integration and regulation of maritime security boosts the maritime surveillance market share.
4.The most promising countries for the transportation sector, owing to increase in development and adoption of the latest technologies used for ships, implantation at the coast side. Furthermore, rise in deployment of autonomous marine devices from giant companies is expected to fuel the growth of the market.
The consumers have shifted their interest toward technologically advanced, safe, and secured transportation service-based vehicles for various applications in the marine industry. The global maritime surveillance market is driven by safety awareness for maritime and rise in trade & freight transport activities through sea.
The Increase in enhanced security concerns, rapid increase in international trade by sea, and regulatory compliances for trade by maritime fuel are the factors responsible for the maritime surveillance market growth.
Implementation of various rules and regulations for the better integration and regulation of maritime security boosts the growth of the market. The growth of the maritime surveillance market is driven by supportive regulatory compliances.
For instance, the JRC contributes to the implementation of the Integrated Maritime Policy, in particular related to Integrated Maritime Surveillance with its competencies in space technologies and data fusion.
The companies are conducting R&D activities to provide safety at sea level. For instance, Indra has designed an integrated state of-the-art border surveillance systems for coastal and terrestrial supervision.
The SIVE system consists of a single or multiple Command and Control Centers (CCC) and a set of Sensor Stations (SS) forming a hierarchical architecture and can be deployed across the surveillance area and adapted for ground or coastal surveillance.
Coastal surveillance systems are essential to deliver real-time information about coastal area activities to coast guards. Coastal surveillance systems offer complete control over a coastline area by delivering precise recognition, tracing, and identification of high-speed and small targets that may enter an under-surveillance coastal zone.
Maritime monitoring offers real-time information to promise environmental safety monitoring, navigational alerts, collision avoidance, intrusion detection, and vessel traffic control. Primarily, maritime monitoring is required to improve offshore installations’ protection.
A significant development for the defence and security industries is the incorporation of GAIATM Artificial Intelligence into long-range surveillance systems. Data collected by security systems like the SPYNEL & CYCLOPE solution can be automatically recognised and classified thanks to the GAIATM neural network and its I2QTM image processing library.
Pioneering capabilities for the automatic classification of objects in panoramic thermal images are a feature of the most recent GAIATM Artificial Intelligence processing.
Early detection, monitoring, and threat classification for any type of threat are made possible by the special integration of CYCLOPE video analytics and GAIATM artificial intelligence. Three neural networks are used by the GAIA AI module to identify patterns in applications for maritime, terrestrial, and aerial surveillance.
From a few pixels to very massive objects, the automatic categorization is functional at a great distance on a huge variety of land and water targets.
The I2QTM image processing library has improved the performance of GAIATM Artificial Intelligence! In spite of the surroundings, I2QTM image processing enables exceptional day and night image quality. Multiple algorithms are included to enhance user experience Reduced sun glare, intelligent denoising, improved local contrast, and more.
1.Rapid improvement in facilities at seashore and improvement in security & safety regulations
2.Implementation of various rules and regulations for the better integration and regulation of coastal security
3.Rise in deployment of autonomous marine devices from giant companies
4.Rapid increase in international trade by sea, and regulatory compliances
The Covid-19 pandemic will exacerbate the offshore law enforcement gap, as coast guards and navies look inward to manage domestic crises rather than police the seas. Pirates, poachers, and smugglers, on the other hand, can continue operating.
They may even have greater incentive to resort to crime, faced with few other opportunities in a global recession.Illicit fishing is likely to increase as well. As law enforcement on the ocean declines in the coming months.
It will be worth watching data from vessel automatic identification systems (AIS) and satellites to determine whether signals of illicit fishing, such as activity within marine-protected areas and AIS spoofing and toggling, tick up.
A less secure ocean will be less well-managed and less able to sustainably provide resources like fish over the long term.By contrast, legal industrial fishing operations are likely to decline, especially over the near term, from a combination of the risk of being at sea in a pandemic and supply chain complications caused by market closures.
Decreased law enforcement at sea may give malefactors more opportunities to fish illegally and to ignore quotas. Supply chains may face pressure to move toward increased transshipment of fish at sea as ports are closed and access restricted.
Vessels that return to shore each day are common in small-scale or near-shore industrial fisheries and in artisanal fisheries throughout the developing world. These vessels do not run a risk of developing an outbreak while far offshore.
The key players in the coastal surveillance market are Northrop Grumman Corporation (U.S.), Thales Group (France), Terma A/S (Denmark), Kongsberg Gruppen (U.K.), SAAB AB (Sweden), Elbit Systems Ltd. (Israel), and Indra Sistemas S A,(Spain), among others.
Contracts is the key strategy adopted by the industry players to achieve growth in the coastal surveillance market, which accounted for a major share of the total growth strategies adopted by the leading players.
Thales Group received a contract from the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency to supply Fulmar surveillance drones to enhance the agency’s surveillance capabilities. Fulmar, a small fixed-wing UAS, will be installed on six new generation patrol craft being built by Destini Shipbuilding and Engineering, Malaysia.
FLIR Systems made an announcement about the introduction of SeaFLIR 280-HDEP, which is a coastal surveillance sensor system. SeaFLIR 280-HDEP is developed to be used in any maritime mission situation and offers unparalleled battlespace awareness and agility support.
Intelligence gathered from coastal areas is crucial for vessels to enter and leave a harbor easily and safely. Rising incidence of illegal/illicit activities in coastal areas, including illegal trade and smuggling has been fueling deployment of moderate scale coastal surveillance systems.
Due to growing deployment of advanced coastal surveillance systems to provide improved safety to coastal operations and presence of leading coastal surveillance solution providers in countries.
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