FP7 Supporting Projects

This section describes the support of the DOLPHIN (Development of Pre-operational Services for Highly Innovative Maritime Surveillance Capabilities), NEREIDS (New Service Capabilities for Integrated and Advanced Maritime Surveillance) and SIMTISYS (Simulator for Moving Target Indicator System) projects to the development of Copernicus Services in support of Maritime Surveillance.

DOLPHIN (Development of Pre-operational Services for Highly Innovative Maritime Surveillance Capabilities) is an FP7 Copernicus research and development project in the field of support to Maritime Surveillance. Over its 30-month duration, the DOLPHIN project will develop new methods and algorithms for processing satellite radar and optical images in order to improve the detection and monitoring of seafaring vessels.  read more
NEREIDS (New Service Capabilities for Integrated and Advanced Maritime Surveillance) is an FP7 Copernicus research and development project in the field of support to Maritime Surveillance. Over its 36-month duration, the project aims to support the development of an integrated vision of Maritime Policy and Maritime Surveillance, with implications for a number of different maritime domains (Illegal trafficking, illegal immigration, fisheries control, piracy). read more
SIMTISYS (Simulator for Moving Target Indicator System) is an FP7 Copernicus research and development project in the field of support to Maritime Surveillance. Over its 30-month duration, the SIMTISYS project aims to support the use of space-borne radar mounted on single or formation-flying satellites through the development of a software suimulator. read more