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In June 2014, The European Council adopted a Maritime Security Strategy for the global maritime domain. The objective of this strategy is to provide a common framework for relevant authorities at national and European levels to ensure coherent development of their specific policies and a European response to maritime threats and risks.  The second aim of such a strategy is to protect EU's strategic maritime interests and identify options to do so.  Such a framework will provide the context and ensure consistency amongst different sector specific maritime policies and strategies. Most importantly it will significantly strengthen the link between internal and external security aspects of the maritime policy of the EU and civil and military cooperation.

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PASTA-MARE AIS from space - final report

The studies are subject to a disclaimer and copyright. The studies have been carried out by external organisations for the European Commission and express the opinions of the organisations having undertaken them.

Last update: 18/02/11

Sheng Neng 1 runs aground on Great Barrier Reef

Tracks indicate that vessel was not on authorised route (click on image to open in new window)

Last update: 14/04/10

Spatial Planning and coastal risk management

28 May Auditório do CAE, Figueira da Foz           

Start date: 28/05/2010 - 09:15
Last update: 23/01/15

Second meeting of Member States' Experts Sub-Group on the Integration of Maritime Surveillance

Centre Albert Borschette rue Froissart, 36 1040- Bruxelles 09:30-09:40 Registration 09:40-10:00 Introduction 10:00 - 13:00 First discussion on the draft roadmap for the integration ofmaritime surveillance. DG-MARE presentation followed by discussion

Start date: 16/03/2010 - 09:00
Last update: 08/11/14

"Research and Development activities for improved capabilities in surveillance to enhance EU maritime border security" (3.13)

EU Security R&D is mission-oriented and end-user driven. In the area of maritime security and border surveillance it aims to set up innovative solutions to permanently track vessels, monitor vulnerable lanes, ports and extended border zones, to understand and identify risks and threats in time to respond appropriately.

Start date: 21/05/2010 - 09:00
Last update: 23/01/15

"Maritime surveillance challenges to security in EU" (6.10)

European European seas are the scene of unlawful activities. Trafficking in narcotics and human beings thrives on organised crime and illegal immigration. Cross-border threats faced by Member States in the EU maritime domain require an improved trans-national and trans-sectoral approach.

Start date: 20/05/2010 - 16:45
Last update: 23/01/15

"Maritime surveillance policy in the EU" (6.8)

The aim of integrated maritime surveillance is to establish a common information sharing environment towards better situational awareness of activities at sea and to perform their duties better. In 2009 two specific operational pilot projects were launched.

Start date: 19/05/2010 - 14:30
Last update: 23/01/15

Technical note 4.1 - vessel density mapping

  To better understand what space AIS is able to provide to Maritime Stakeholders, the methodology adopted in PASTA MARE projet is compare its outputs to available data provided today by “ground“/terrestrial AIS and LRIT. This document presents the tool which is used for the density statistics generation.  

Last update: 16/12/09

Call for proposals for pilot project on integration of maritime surveillance in the northern European sea basins

Consortia from at least three Member States are invited to submit proposals by 15 September 2009 for a pilot project to identify how cooperation between different authorities can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of maritime monitoring and surveillance.

Last update: 13/08/09

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