Maritime Awareness SystemMAS, the Cutting-Edge of Maritime Intelligence
CLS’ Maritime Awareness System (MAS) offers a unique solution to detect and monitor threats at sea.
Relying on AI-driven technologies, we process a large volume of heterogeneous data, accelerating decision-making with valuable insights.
Reliable and Secured Platform for Decisive Insights
Through artificial intelligence, we deliver actionable intelligence, provide behavioural analysis, identify any abnormality and raise alerts upon specific risks.
Selection of best quality data available through a wide range of maritime data partners
Processing and fusion of heterogeneous information through big data technologies
Abnormal patterns detection, predictive analysis and risk assessment with AI algorithms
MAS, an easy-to-use web platform to access actionable and predictive intelligence
Get an unparalleled maritime picture of the world’s oceans.
Act with greater impact against all illegal activities, monitor your borders, manage your area and investigate any vessel or fleet of interest.
Smuggling, Drugs & Goods Trafficking
Fleet or Vessel of Interest
Real-time behavioural analysis
Perform automated detection of ship’s behaviour and receive alerts in case of any suspected vessel’s behaviour or event, such as transhipment, shipbreaking…
Review history of any ship and analyse their past movements for investigation.
Monitor large and remote areas, any fleet or vessel of interest using heterogeneous data (satellite and terrestrial AIS, LRIT and VMS, RF detection, radar & optical imagery).
Manage your risk and identify non-compliant actors by searching vessels against sanctions lists (MoUs, OFAC, UN…) and relevant indicators on ownership, structure, documentation…
Export and download any data in different formats (CSV, KMZ,…).
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How can we help you? CLS works with partners in all areas, both private and public, in charge of maritime surveillance. If you want to know how we can help you increase your performance, get in touch with our team.