Tag "Madagascar"

IORIS, Indian Ocean Regional Information Sharing platform, operational

Version 1.0 of IORIS operational 1st July 2018! Initiated by EU CRIMARIO project, the new secure information sharing and incident management tool will enable member countries to set up a collaborative working environment to improve the understanding of the maritime

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Kenya & Madagascar specialists trained in data visualisation

A new session of the “Maritime Data Processing” programme was delivered in Mombasa (Kenya) from 25 March to 6 April 2018. Following the first level session, this session (MDP4 level 2) deepened the skills in maritime data visualisation. Participants learned

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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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5th steering committee of MASE on maritime security

Le programme MASE est le programme régional de promotion de la sécurité maritime dans la région de l’Afrique orientale et australe et de l’océan Indien (AfOA-OI). Ce programme, financé par l’Union européenne, est mis en œuvre par l’Autorité intergouvernementale pour

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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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