Sharing AIS-Related Anomalies(SARA)

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Authors
  1. Radulescu, D.
  2. St-Hilaire, M-O.
  3. Allard, Y
  4. Hammond, T.R.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Atlantic Research Centre, Halifax NS (CAN);OODA Technologies Inc., Montreal, QUE. (CAN)
Abstract
The general concept of SARA is illustrated at 1.1. With this technology, anomalies are discovered in Automatic Identification System (AIS) data, either by operators or analysts from the maritime security community or by systems automatically sifting through AIS databases. Submitting users can be Navy or Coast Guard officers, port authority security operators or commercial flight operators. These anomalies are reported and made available to the maritime security community. The end-users are typically working in a Command & Control (C2) environment, like the one used by navy operators at sea or by the Marine Security Operations Centres (MSOC). Since the different parties involved with SARA are already using AIS-related systems, SARA is designed to be integrated with different third party systems, either to report anomalies, to detect anomalies in AIS data or to display AIS data on a map.
Keywords
AIS;anomaly;data sharing
Report Number
DRDC-RDDC-2016-C182 — Contract Report
Date of publication
15 Mar 2016
Number of Pages
143
DSTKIM No
CA042591
CANDIS No
803955
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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