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Project title

NEREIDS (New Service Capabilities for Integrated and Advanced Maritime Surveillance)

Overview

NEREIDS will bring innovate capabilities based on EO to make a best exploitation of available space technologies.
NEREIDS capabilities will bring enhancedEO capabilities by combining different sensors with innovative data fusion tecniques.
NEREIDS will bring a toolbox approach enabling share data an capabilities and support a comon maritime piture.
NEREIDS will make an analysis of maritime surveillance in a cross-sectorial approach and will bring best capabilities using best use of available space assets.

Description

NEREIDS is conceived to provide an integrated vision of maritime policy and maritime surveillance so that the different elements of the service become useful to the different maritime domains (Illegal trafficking, illegal immigration, fisheries control,...). Currently, each of the available service focuses in specific applications and provides limited capabilities when the information of interest is modified. For instance, the technological constraints differ greatly from open sea monitoring to coastal / beach tactical analysis. The idea behind NEREIDS yields on developing a system of systems that permits a complete and meaningful maritime picture and permits solving the most challenging technological drawbacks that current services have to face on. This objective is completely aligned with what promoted by the EUROSUR program: Awareness in the maritime domain requires monitoring the compliance of activities, detecting with the help of surveillance and ship reporting system anomalies that may signal illegal (security threats) acts and generating intelligence that enables law enforcement authorities to stop unlawful entry into the EU area

Products

Integrated and advanced maritime surveillance

Partners

GMV Aerospace and Defence S.A.U, Spain
Eosphere Limited, United Kingdom
Aratos Anonymos Eteria Anaptyxis, Paragogis & Emporias Proionton Pliroforikis & Ipsilis Technologias (Aratos Technologies S.A.), Greece
JRC --Joint Reasearch Centre – European Commission, Belgium
Universitat Politecnica de Calalunya, Spain
Znanstvenoraziskovalni center Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti, Slovenia
GMVIS Skysoft SA, Portugal
Nederlanse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschaoppelijk Onderzoek – TNO, Netherlands
NATO Undersea Research Centre, Italy
Thales Communications S.A., France
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaftzur Foerderung Der Angewndten Forschung E.V, Germany
European Union Satellite Centre, Spain
Advanced Computer Systems A.C.S. S.P.A., Italy
Guardia Civil Española, Spain
Active Space Technologies GmbH, Germany
Aerospace Innovation GmbH, Germany

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