Maritime surveillance

Creating radar mosaics of large areas

Creating mosaics from radar scenes for a given period allows you to show the current status of vast territories.

Can be applied for solving a number of problems - monitoring, classifications, decision making.

maltitemporat mosaic of the part of the Antarctica seashore
Antarctica, multitemporal mosaic
maltitemporat mosaic of the Black Sea and Azov region
Black Sea and Azov region, multitemporal mosaic

Ships density assessment

Number of ships

  • 1
  • 25
  • 50
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400
  • 500
  • 600
  • ≥700
ships density in the Black Sea, March-June 2019 close-up of the ships dencity map

The density of ships in an area of 5 sq. km for the period March-June 2019 according to Sentinel.

cargo ship in the port

The creation of density maps of ships on radar imagery is an effective tool for monitoring water areas and predicting possible changes that might influence the economy.

Ship detection monitoring

Ship Monitoring

Ship monitoring from Sentinel-1,
polarization VV,
November - December 2019

ship monitoring in the open water detected ships in the sea (yellow spots)

Oil spill detection

oil spill in the Mediterranean Sea, October 8, 2018 detected oil spill

Oil spill in the Mediterranean Sea, October 8, 2018

oil spill in the Red Sea detected oil spill in the Red Sea

Intensive oil and gas development results in extensive air, water and land pollution, wildlife and plant degradation, exhaustion of natural resources, ecosystem disturbance, desertification and considerable losses in biological and landscape diversity. There are also natural pollution sources in the sea like mud volcanoes or griffins. High resolution SAR data can be used to detect and identify man-made oil spills.