Training

A new session within the training in data analysis

The EU CRIMARIO project, in collaboration with RMIFC, is continuing its training programme in visualization and analysis of maritime data. From 11 to 22 September 2017, in Antananarivo, 31 specialists of Comoros and Madagascar, belonging to administrations and agencies active

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The course on maritime domain analysis starts in Antananarivo

CRIMARIO starts a new training on maritime data analysis. The first course is delivered in Antananarivo (Madagascar) from 24 July to 4 August 2017 for 28 participants from Comoros and Madagascar. The future analysts will deepen their knowledge of maritime

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What skills acquired in maritime data visualisation ?

Twelve trainees,  7 Malagasy and 5 Comorians, have finished a 7 week on-site training which was broken down into three training periods during a 6 month period (October 2016 to March 2017). In between the two first sessions, the students followed

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Future trainers to monitor the maritime domain

Effective maritime surveillance is one of the keys to safety and security at sea, as recalled in the recent and tragic piracy attack off the coast of Somalia. Competent teams are required for analysing the data and information continuously transmitted

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Visualising maritime data in Madagascar

Every day thousands of maritime data are collected and stored from various sources, but they need to be selected, shared and formatted for being understandable and become a genuine maritime surveillance tool. With the EU CRIMARIO project, with the collaboration

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Djibouti prepares Cutlass Express 2017 with Crimario

On 24 and 25 January 2017 the CRIMARIO project has conducted an internship for the Navy and Coast Guard of Djibouti as part of the preparation of the regional exercice Cutlass Express 2017 (Indian Ocean). Gathered at the Djibouti Navy headquarters, 16 Navy staff and

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Audit of the maritime information system

Olivier Bézier, responsible of Training component, carried out an audit of the information system of Comoros maritime agencies. Following the request of ANAM (National Agency of Maritime Affairs), he modernised the databases for registering and managing flag vessels and seafarers. All the ANAM

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Visualising data to anticipate any event at sea in Comoros

Between 7 to 18 November 2016, ten professionals of Comoros have intensively handled data from AIS sources, processing them with spreadsheet, database, and mapping software (GIS). With these very good IT skills, they are able to select the relevant data, map the vessel movements, and

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