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Next Step for Big Data Infrastructure and Analytics for the Surveillance of the Maritime Traffic from AIS & Sentinel Satellite Data Streams

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Ronan Fablet
Nicolas Bellec
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Laetitia Chapel
Chloé Friguet
René Garello

Abstract

The surveillance of the maritime traffic is a major issue for security and monitoring issues. Spaceborne technologies, especially satellite AIS ship tracking and high-resolution imaging, open new avenues to address these issues. Current operational systems cannot fully benefit from the available and upcoming multi-source data streams. In this context, SESAME initiative aims to develop new big-data-oriented approaches to deliver novel solutions for the management, analysis and visualisation of multi-source satellite data streams going beyond the CLS implementation. Targeted at the automatic generation and documenting of early warnings, our key originality lies in a big-data approach to jointly address these challenges based on the complementarity of the scientific and operational expertise gathered in the consortium: big-data platforms, mining strategies for time series and trajectory data, Sat-AIS signal analysis, high-resolution satellite imaging.
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hal-01671323 , version 1 (22-12-2017)

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Ronan Fablet, Nicolas Bellec, Laetitia Chapel, Chloé Friguet, René Garello, et al.. Next Step for Big Data Infrastructure and Analytics for the Surveillance of the Maritime Traffic from AIS & Sentinel Satellite Data Streams. BiDS' 2017 - Conference on Big Data from Space, Nov 2017, Toulouse, France. pp.1-4. ⟨hal-01671323⟩
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