I2C (European Project)
Global monitoring system for regional maritime areas and detection of offenders
The I2C integration project recommends, by 2015, the creation of a new generation of integrated monitoring system for maritime boundaries in order to monitor movement of ships and identify suspicious behaviour and associated threats.
The system is made up of:
- A land based platform merging new technologies such as FMCW radar sensors to monitor small vessels (two prototypes are being tested), AIS stations and coastal radars. This permanent platform will continuously monitor maritime traffic up to 200 nautical miles
- Embedded sensors on mobile platforms. Four equipped platforms are deployed: aircraft, ship patrols, USV and Zeppelin
- A capacity to detect abnormal behaviour of ships
- A capacity to identify a threat quickly and give information to the authorities allowing decisions to be made.
- Porteur du projet
- Partenaires industriels
- Rockwell Collins, Furuno, Techcom Services, Kongsberg, Spacetech, Clearpriority, Zeppelin, Meteosim, Ajeco, Airshipvision, Ecomer, Intuilab, Sofresud, E. Van Hooydonk.
- Partenaires recherche
- Armines, CNRS, INP Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier, Université Toulouse (IRIT)
- 9 870 K€
- Cofinanceurs publics
- EU via FP7
- Année de labellisation
- Année de cofinancement