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MARITIME SURVEILLANCE

July 13, 2015

CMRE Demonstrates a System for Persistent, Autonomous and Real-time Maritime Surveillance

July 20, 2015—Conventional surveillance technologies cannot easily help to detect fast boats, which generally have small radar signatures and do not carry automatic identification systems (AIS). For this reason, the NATO STO CMRE (Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation) has addressed this problem along with other project partners, as part of the European project PERSEUS.