Maritime Surveillance

Maritime surveillance involves the collection, analysis, data fusion and sharing of data, the information being captured through a wide variety of sensors and sensor combinations operating in various segments of the spectrum (electronic signals, imagery, communications, acoustics, etc.)

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Enhancing maritime domain awareness through ship detection in satellite imagery

Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) confronts significant challenges in the maritime domain, leveraging satellite technologies that play a role in enabling extensive and consistent area mapping. In this case, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) stands out for its all-weather capability, serving as a crucial tool for applications ranging from environmental monitoring to defense systems (Ulaby and Long, 2014).