Drones are easy to deploy and facilitate critical operations at sea. CLS’ drones offer a capability to monitor activity at sea.
The Persian Gulf, specifically the Strait of Hormuz, the maritime corridor between Iran, the UAE and Oman is one of the world’s most politically sensitive areas, and a major global bottleneck for...
What are the main challenges facing navies, customs, coastguards and other maritime security organizations?
Come see us at the Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology Conference in Rome, Italy, from 5 to 6 February 2020.
Publication by the French Navy’s MICA Center (Maritime Information Cooperation & Awareness Center) of the 2019 worldwide report on piracy and robbery
Piracy and armed robbery at sea, endanger the safety of crew and goods carried. This threat can be monitored thanks to CLS’s real-time Maritime Awareness System (MAS).
The Sinking of the Erika, 20 Years Later – “The authorities were almost blind… today they can see everything”
December 12th, 1999, the oil tanker Erika sanked off the coast of Brittany. Since, what has changed in the fight against maritime pollution?
CLS is proud to introduce at Interpol World Singapore its brand-new Maritime Awareness System, a unique state-of-the-art platform for maritime intelligence.
Thanks to its ice detection expertise, CLS helps Spindrift attain the Trophy during the Jules Verne Trophy.
How Space is Making Maritime Surveillance Faster and Smarter? CLS was at the European Space Week 2018 in Marseille.
CLS was at the French Assises de l’Economie de la Mer. How Maritime Defence contributes to research and industrial and civil progress?
The French ‘Assises de la Mer’ – Starting Today for 2 Days of Workshops on the Blue Economy, in Brest, France
Vincent Kerbaol, CLS Brest, will speak in a workshop scheduled on November, Wednesday 28th about the Artemis project, Kinéis and CLS’ innovations.
With the support of CNES, CLS: Collecte Location Satellites, announces the creation of a new subsidiary, Kineis, new major player in French NewSpace.
The CLS Group and Ifremer in cooperation with ESA have tracked HurricaneLane by satellite since August 18th.
CLS proposes a challenge: think of potential new applications that could use the data provided by a combination of “Open data & AIS”.
CLS is attending MEPC in order to promote space-based monitoring and analytics solutions to efficiently support enforcement of these regulations.
CLS together with the Cluster Maritime Français, organized on March 21st, a presentation of the space-based technologies to fight effectively against the maritime pollutions.
40 years ago, facing the municipality of Portsall, the supertanker Amoco Cadiz, releases 220000 tons of crude oil.
CLS organizes with the Cluster Maritime Français a breakfast of exchanges on the stakes and the contributions of the space-based technologies to fight effectively against the maritime pollutions.
Combining satellite images with the CLS drift model MOBIDRIFT, very large Sargassum rafts are located offshore near Guadeloupe and Martinique.
CLS, and its subsidiary FULCRUM, at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to support the future of LRIT, a solution which CLS and FULCRUM are promoting worldwide with more than 60 customers/countries.
In a meeting organized with representatives of the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, Nicolas Hulot, French Minister of Ecology, set blue economy targets in a key phrase: "We must accelerate" This event...
The Paris Air Show 2017 “Salon du Bourget” is a privileged moment to describe the new activities and the potential offered by space solutions. In the current context of digital transition, space...
Maritime & Port Authority Singapore (MPA) awards CLS to host and operate the Singapore LRIT National Data Center
CLS is pleased to announce successful start of operations for the Singapore LRIT NDC, on behalf of Singapore Maritime & Port Authority (MPA).
CLS Group and Fulcrum Maritime Systems (FMS) joined forces at the end of 2016 to become a world-leading maritime surveillance service provider.
CLS gathered in Kuala Lumpur about 25 persons, representing 4 countries, from maritime authorities. Presentations have been given about state of the art of technologies for maritime surveillance by...
In February 2016, CLS has been selected to operate the Japan LRIT (Long Range Identification & Tracking) Data Centre to assist the Japan Coast Guard in their daily operations. The challenge: to...
The seas and oceans are a significant resource of considerable value to Africa. In this context, the Togolese government is organizing a series of events to run alongside the African Union...
Workshop Towards an EU Maritime Piracy Information network The DG MOVE/CLS workshop “towards an enhanced maritime piracy information network” was held on 16 & 17 February 2016 in CLS...
On January 1st 2015, the amended European Directive to limit the Sulfur Oxydes (SOx) emissions entered into force. Enforcing this Directive requires emissions monitoring for all vessels. Remotely...
With the recognition by Liberia LISCR and Singapore MPA, CLS is today confirmed as a major LRIT testing ASP worldwide. To help ship owners comply with these obligations, CLS offers to conduct LRIT...
Piracy response and prevention has become a crucial mission for governments, international organizations and ship-owners alike. The European Commission (DG MOVE) has awarded an 18-month contract to...
CLS is pleased to work with satellite AIS data provider ExactEarth Ltd to provide SAT-AIS services to the Peruvian Navy (DICAPI). For over 30 years CLS has been providing customized maritime...
Following a call for tender, CLS is pleased to announce that EMSA has renewed its trust in CLS for the provision of LRIT ASP services. « With almost 30 years experience in maritime geointelligence,...
With the acquisition of Horizon Marine Inc., CLS has entered the American market for services to the offshore oil industry. CLS, the Toulouse-based ocean-monitoring group, has staked out a position...
Meet us during the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), 95th session, organised by IMO, from 3 to 12 June 2015.
VIGISAT becomes the first French collaborative station and will continue to provide data and products with near real-time positioning services and sea states measurements for maritime surveillance applications.
CLS is working on a system that will collect, process and integrate all available SAT-AIS data streams in one operational center.
As part of the Maritime Information Sharing Exercise 2013 (MARISX) held at the IFC in Singapore last May, CLS provided operational support in the different exercises that were undertaken.
With the opening up of shipping lanes in the Arctic, a new world of shipping opportunities is possible.