|Industrials partners||Thomsea et Cybernetix|
|Research partners||CEDRE, EIGSI (École d’ingénieurs de la Rochelle), LNE (Laboratoire National d’Essais)|
|Budget||1 415 K€|
|Year of labeling||2005 – Joint Certification by Pôle Mer Bretagne|
|Year of co-financing||2005|
Visibility of scattered slicks on the surface of the water from the bridge of a ship is very limited. On-going location of slicks in the area around the support vessel can greatly increase the effectiveness of recovery operations and treatment, by assessing the amount of pollutant, locating it, and organizing work across the affected area: allocating resources, planning operations, positioning boats and recovery or treatment procedures. These are the aims of concept of this feasibility study.