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Proceedings of the Maritime Big Data Workshop
The NATO STO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, as part of its mission to put forward the technological maritime research, with the support of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme has organized on ...
Vessel pattern knowledge discovery from AIS data: a framework for anomaly detection and route prediction
Understanding maritime traffic patterns is key to Maritime Situational Awareness applications, in particular, to classify and predict activities. Facilitated by the recent build-up of terrestrial networks and satellite ...
Maritime surveillance using multiple high-frequency surface-wave radars
In the last decades, great interest has been directed toward low-power high-frequency (HF) surface-wave radars as long-range early warning tools in maritime-situational-awareness applications. These sensors, developed for ...
Fostering the use of JANUS in operationally-relevant underwater applications
This paper presents the use of JANUS in operationally-relevant underwater applications. JANUS is an open, simple and robust digital coding technology currently in process to become a NATO standard. Two underwater scenarios ...
Automated port traffic statistics: from raw data to visualization
We describe how we leveraged best practices in big data processing pipeline design and visual analytics to prototype the Maritime Patterns-of-Life Information Service (MPoLIS), an information product currently under ...
Detection, tracking and fusion of multiple HFSW radars for ship traffic surveillance: experimental performance assessment
Low-power HF surface-wave radars fit well the role of long-range early-warning tools in maritime situational awareness applications, by virtue of their over-the-horizon coverage capability and continuoustime mode of ...