When a disaster occurs, the role of search and rescue teams becomes paramount in saving lives. Indeed, one of the major components of search and rescue is first the conduct of the search to locate...
Security at Sea: CLS Strengthens its Position Through Pivotal Contracts in India, Sri Lanka and Thailand, and Acquires SAT ONE in Brazil
CLS, world leader in satellite-based maritime security, announces the signature of three major contracts with the governments of India, Sri Lanka and Thailand for the supply of its state-of-the-art...
Preserving our Planet: Sri Lanka’s MEPA Turns to CLS to Deploy National Satellite-Based Oil Spill Detection Service
CLS, a French company developing satellite-based solutions for a sustainable planet and a leading player in maritime safety, is stepping up to help protect Sri Lanka’s waters with a pilot project to...
Sentinel 1 image received and analyzed by CLS' VIGISAT station dated August 27 2023 shows the hundreds of vessels blocked at the 2 gates of the Panama canal. ESA Copyright.Areas framed in red...
Indonesia-EU Maritime Security High Level Conference and Table-Top Exercise: Inter-Agency Coordination in Accident Management at Sea
CLS was invited by Ms Adriani Kusumawardani, acting director of Maritime Security and Resilience, Ministry for the Coordination of Maritime Affairs and Investment to attend and participate in an...
Search Area Evaluation (SAE) is one of the most important phases in the process of managing a SAR case in THEMIS SAR. It helps SAR operators determine the best area to search for. The search area...
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) is a global threat to our oceans.CLS has, for many years, been committed to fighting this environmental, human, economic and ecological plague....
Come to meet Vincent Kerbaol, CLS Maritime Surveillance Head of Innovations & Solutions and site manager for CLS Brest, at The European Maritime Day 2023 which takes place at the Brest Expo...
THEMIS SAR is an Incident Management System for the of Search & Rescue operations developed by CLS for Rescue Coordination Centers (RCC). Based on the IAMSAR* Manual from the IMO and ICAO,...
The MV Princess Empress, carrying 800,000 liters of industrial fuel oil, sank on February 28th off the coasts of Oriental Mindoro Island, southwest of Manila (Philippines), spilling its cargo of...
"The ship has reached the shore," conference chair Rena Lee announced at UN headquarters in New York shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 5, to a round of applause from delegates. The first...
The submarine volcano East of Epi Island (Vanuatu) erupted on January 31st. On February 2nd, strange objects were observed floating close to the eruption site on both Landsat and Sentinel-2 images....
The SGPI, Secrétariat Général à l'Investissement, in charge of France 2030, toured the French region of Brittany for two days to meet the academic and industrial players and discuss their strategic...
Since January 15, 2023, CLS’ teams have been mobilized around the 14th edition of The Ocean Race to detect icebergs.
International Customs Day: CLS hand in hand with customs officials and agencies to guarantee the sovereignty of their waters
Customs Day: CLS is proud to renew its unwavering support to customs agencies in their duty of keeping borders safe all across the world.
CLS team will be at MRST showcase to present our innovative domain awareness solutions for maritime reconnaissance and surveillance.
Interview of Guillaume Hajduch, Head of CLS’ Innovation Unit for Maritime Surveillance, who takes part into the innovation strategy.
CLS offers smart and complete tracking solution providing end-to-end solutions for enhanced maritime operations
CLS is a key partner in keeping your assets tracked anywhere at anytime, ensuring ship security and safety of life at sea.
As part of the Copernicus program CLS has been associated since 2012 as the prime contractor of the SAR Mission Performance Cluster (SAR-MPC).
With the detection of sargassum, CLS is writing a new page that testifies to its strong link with racing and sailing.
The EFFECTOR consortium announces its final hybrid event which will take place on September 15, 2022, in Toulouse, France
Join us on September 16, 2022 at the WSBW 22, which underlines the opportunities of the satellite communications & satellite imagery sectors.
June 25 is “The Day of the Seafarer”. The dangers they faced are real. CLS supports them with an anti-piracy system called ShipLoc.
PT CLS Indonesia, CLS’ subsidiary, has innovated with an efficient control of fuel consumption adapted to local needs.
Meet our team! Interview of Jim Sharples, engineer in charge of drone solutions at CLS. His specialty? Aeronautics, and drones specifically.
The IUU fishing industry is a real concern and monitoring and enforcement is a significant challenge. This is precisely what CLS’ ‘MAS’ system provides.
Illegal discharge, a common threat with disastrous ecological cost that can be mitigated by satellites and drones
Relying on main radar satellite constellations and RPAS capabilities, CLS delivers in-depth analysis based on SAR imagery and in-situ drone data, detects and identifies oil slicks
Nadia Maaref, CLS’ Head of Sales in Maritime Surveillance, comes back on her daily challenge: lead its team towards excellence.
In the context of the One Ocean Summit, CLS welcomed in its premises in Brest a Polynesian delegation to talk about maritime solutions.
On the occasion of the One Ocean Summit, CLS can welcome you in Brest for a visit of the VIGISAT station (demonstration of analysis process).
In 2022, CLS will continue and increase the development of its drone capabilities to better serve maritime authorities.
With its Maritime Awareness System (MAS), CLS mobilizes more than 300 satellites to monitor maritime areas worldwide.
SwissDrones and CLS Group deploy SDO 50 V2 Unmanned Helicopter for maritime operations to enhance maritime surveillance.
For more than 30 years, CLS has been working hand in hand with maritime authorities worldwide, for safer and more peaceful seas.
CLS and TEKEVER, a European drone manufacturer have signed a new contract with the European Maritime Safety Agency for maritime surveillance by remotely piloted aircrafts
This innovative contract with the European Maritime Safety Agency includes the deployment of lifeboatsand many new sensors.
This season, we are delighted to offer a special sale with 20% off so you can equip your vessels with a CLS’ SHIPLOC VII certified SSAS Iridium beacon for less and safely sail on every maritime route including polar zones.
CLS, again with partner SwissDrones is proud to announce a new successful deployment of the amazing SDOv2 50 VTOL RPAS aboard Bourbon Offshores ‘Argonaute’.
Yesterday, the southern California beaches were affected by a massive oil spill, causing large pollution off the coast. The oil spill originated from a broken pipeline and spread more than half a...
Our team is currently in Toulon to present CLS’ capabilities in maritime surveillance, using satellite and drones’ data.
CLS helps locating oil spill enabling time critical decision making with an unquestioned level of security and reliability.
Solutions exist to combat pollution at sea, and it is from space, thanks to the satellites and drones that CLS deploys as a complement.
CLS & TEKEVER added a new life-saving capability to the maritime patrol AR5 drone: 8 person life rafts can be dropped to people in distress
Ecuador, like many other countries, aware of the need for surveillance and protection of their EEZ has placed their trust in CLS.
A successful online EFFECTOR workshop to present the project’s results produced so far to 100 participants.
An oil spill has been detected at sea near Corsica, France, visible on satellite radar images, CLS is investigating.
The French Navy’s TRIMARAN III contract, which relies on CLS, mobilizes more than 300 satellites to monitor the French maritime space
The French Navy’s TRIMARAN III contract, which relies on CLS, mobilizes more than 300 satellites to monitor the French maritime space.
Illegal fishing means millions of tons of fish caught every year, one fish out of 5 that ends up on the shelves has been caught in an unregulated way. CLS has, for many years, been committed to fighting this environmental, human, economic and ecological plague.
Tautkae storm: Barge in distress off the coast of Bombay, the shipwrecked trigger their Cospas-Sarsat system
With more than 260 people on board a barge sets off its Cospas-Sarsat beacon during the Tauktae storm south of Mumbai on 17th May 2021.
CLS operates the French Cospas-Sarsat Mission Control Center (FMCC). Interview with Bruno Chazal, Cospas-Sarsat France’s representative.
Safer, more secure and cleaner seas and oceans is a prime concern. Securing the maritime domain is obviously essential to protect the EU’s strategic maritime interests. The EU-funded EFFECTOR project will boost maritime surveillance and improve decision support.
To ensure service continuity of your asset, CLS team proposes alternative solutions to the ISATM2M terminal.
CLS is attending digital Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology (MRST) 2021 trade fair from 3rd to 4th February
Meet the CLS team on MRST 2021 from 3rd to 4th February to talk about Maritime Domain Awareness platform and RPAS solutions.
Hand in hand with the Vendée Globe Race Direction, faced with the danger of icebergs, the satellites are watching and the ZEA is adapted.
As the 2020 Vendée Globe’s skippers enter the Southern Ocean, icebergs are the ultimate danger to avoid. Meet Jimmy Viard, CLS radar analyst.
In an unprecedented context, CLS is committed to providing its full support in the fight against the spread of the virus.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from ships is a challenge faced by the shipping industry. How can drones help monitor ship emissions?
Meet our team: Arnaud Blanchard, Mr. Drone at CLS. He manages the CLS’s Drones unit and the VIGISAT satellite imagery analysis team.
During the 2020 Vendée Globe race, CLS will support the skippers by monitoring the iceberg drift as they approach Antarctica.
Pollution alert in Mauritius following the sinking of the MV Wakashio, who was carrying 200 tonnes of diesel and 3 800 tonnes of heavy oil.