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Maritime Situational Awareness Maritime Situational Awareness

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 07/07/2012
Filesize: 228.43 kB

At CMRE, a major component of maritime security is maritime situational awareness (MSA), which ultimately addresses the question: is this ship behaving in a way that requires further investigation? Researchers are trying to answer that question using the Collaborative Multi-Sensor/Source Fusion and Tracking Tool (COMSSOFT), developed at the Centre.

Read more on the Maritime Situational Awareness fact sheet.

Maritime Security Maritime Security

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 07/07/2012
Filesize: 87.81 kB

Maritime security is a new, multidisciplinary area of research that addresses new threats to NATO maritime forces in ports, to international shipping, and to energy security. At CMRE, the Maritime Security Programme encompasses two main project areas: Non-Lethal Response in Port Protection and Maritime Situational Awareness.

Read more on the Maritime Security fact sheet.

Active Sonar Risk Mitigation Active Sonar Risk Mitigation

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 05/03/2013
Filesize: 93.73 kB

For more than a decade, CMRE has conducted research on marine mammals to provide information and tools to NATO navies. The mission of the Project is to research and study marine mammal behaviour in order to mitigate risk to marine mammals.

Read more on the Active Sonar Risk Mitigation fact sheet.

Engineering Department Engineering Department

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 05/03/2013
Filesize: 154.63 kB

CMRE's Engineering Department (ED) offers a full spectrum of specialized services, including research, development, testing and evaluation of ocean and maritime concepts and technologies. The department also has a wide range of specialized resources for work at sea.

Read more on the Engineering Department fact sheet.

Environmental Knowledge and Operational Effectiveness Environmental Knowledge and Operational Effectiveness

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 06/05/2014
Filesize: 118.21 kB

When making decisions during operations, naval commanders, planners and operators rely on meteorological and oceanographic data and forecasts. However, in the coastal zone, where NATO navies typically operate, the environment can change dramatically over short distances and lengths of time. In addition, resources to gather meteorological and oceanographic data are typically limited as is our understanding of complex ocean processes. These limitations create uncertainties. Researchers at the Centre are trying to quantify these uncertainties.

Read more on the Environmental Knowledge and Operational Effectiveness fact sheet.

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