The TREC Battery
The TREC battery is an alternative power source to other battery types, such as a lithium battery, that uses sea temperature changes to keep its charge. The TREC battery lasts significantly longer than its counterpart charging sources, allowing for extended missions out at sea.Product Details
Integrated Systems, Networked Systems and “Big Data”Integrated information from multiple technologies creates the full picture of illegal activity required for marine enforcement. For example, data sets gathered from camera surveillance, optical satellite imagery, and UAVs can be combined and displayed as data visualizations or maps. Successful integrated systems will effectively manage, combine, and communicate necessary information to users without inundating them with all of the various data points collected.
Earth Insights Project
Hewlett Packard (HP) and Conservation International (CI) joined up to launch HP Earth Insights. This partnership works to leverage HP technology and expertise in order to improve the speed and accuracy of the analysis of data collected through the Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) Network.
Earth Observation Platform
The Earth Observation Platform gathers raw sensor data from camera traps, unmanned aerial systems and satellite imagery, and combines this information into digital maps and 3D models, allowing the user to effectively monitor large areas.Product Details
Global Fishing Watch
Global Fishing Watch is an online platform that shows satellite imagery of all global fishing activity in near real time.Product Details
OceanExplorer is a digital field journal that allows users to communicate findings, sightings and other information during at-sea operations.Product Details
Navama's seeOcean platform is a web-based, vessel track explorer with global coverage. The platform tracks global vessel movements using satellite and terrestrial Automatic Identification System, Vessel Monitoring System and GPS data.Product Details
Windward Maritime Analytics System
Windward’s Maritime Analytics System gathers, organizes and analyzes maritime data from a variety of sources, including automatic information system (AIS) data and other private, public and commercial data, to create a one stop shop for accessible information on maritime activity, including illegal fishing, to its users.Product Details
Mobile TechnologiesMobile technologies provide the opportunity to share and access data, document suspicious activity, and spread awareness. Various smartphone apps can be inexpensively developed to store geotagged photographs and anonymously alert authorities, for example, and these cheap tools can be utilized by everyone from fishermen, marine patrols, law enforcement or other actors in the field. Mobile technologies play a supportive role to the other technology in this catalogue, and can enhance communications across networks.
Catch Documentation System
The Catch Documentation System (CDS), designed in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, was created to provide full traceability throughout the supply chain and enable small fishing fleets to legally record details on their catch.Product Details
Mfish is a smartphone application that was launched in 2014 in partnership between the US Department of State and private companies Tone and XL.Product Details
SMART Conservation Software
SMART is data collection software that allows rangers to input poaching data on their smart phones, which the software then converts into maps and other visual displays.Product Details
Onboard Observation TechnologyOnboard observation technology, which includes electronic monitoring, refers to any kind of system that allows for remote collection, records, and reports of fishing activity. This may include onboard video surveillance or other hardware to ensure compliance standards are met, in order to reduce the need for a human observer. This technology requires cooperation from the fishing vessel, and would be very helpful to support traceability programs.
Bushnell Marine Binoculars
Bushnell Marine Binoculars are buoyant, waterproof and corrosion resistant, offering an ideal, low-tech aid to maritime surveillance - whether you're keeping an eye on the bad guys or navigating through difficult weather, these binoculars can help.Product Details
Electronic Monitoring System
Saltwater Inc.'s electronic monitoring (EM) system integrates video and sensor data to provide a cost effective review of fisheries activitiesProduct Details
Electronic Monitoring System and Data Review Software
Archipelago Marine Research can help with planning, launching and managing electronic monitoring (EM) programs by offering training, consulting and certified data-review services.Product Details
SeaTube is an on board video recording system that allows ship owners, research centers and fishing administrations, among others, to control and manage vessel activity.
Onboard Tracking & Geofencing TechnologyThere are typically two ways that geofencing can be applied to MPA enforcement. The first is as a boat alarm, which the operator uses to track their own boat and is notified when it leaves programmed GPS parameters. This could possibly be used to trace paths of vessels or as an anti-corruption tool by local coast guard or law enforcement, since it provides greater visibility as to where in the maritime space the boat patrols are located. Alternatively, geofencing can be used to notify boats that they have entered a marine protected area (MPA). In this case, a virtual perimeter would be established using GPS coordinates from buoys or other devices. If a vessel crosses the invisible line into the MPA, the boat receives a ping to let them know they need to turn around. This notification can be transmitted across cellular networks, AIS, VMS, or satellite communications. Because geofencing requires a device to send the notification to, the technology relies on the cooperation of the fishing vessel.
The C-pod is a boat alarm and GPS tracking system that uses geofencing to establish the vessel's position and notifies the user upon theft or unauthorized movement of the vessel.Product Details
Nav-Tracker is a monitoring system designed to track and monitor vessels.Product Details
Pelagic Data Systems Vessel Tracking System
The Pelagic Vessel Tracking System (VTS) is a solar-powered data collection device that is suitable for tracking smaller vessels that are often excluded from existing tracking systems, such as automatic identification system (AIS) and vessel management system (VMS) that are used for fleet management.Product Details
Scorpion Track Marine
The ScorpionTrack is a geofencing device that acts as theft protection for vessels. The device provides remote updates on speed, direction, battery condition and location details of a vessel.Product Details
Siren Pixie Remote Boat Monitoring Devices
Siren Marine offers remote boat monitoring solutions that provides geofence tracking, location data, bilge water level, battery level and temperature.Product Details