Nadia Maaref, CLS’ Head of Sales in Maritime Surveillance, comes back on her daily challenge: lead its team towards excellence.
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).
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...
Solutions exist to combat pollution at sea, and it is from space, thanks to the satellites and drones that CLS deploys as a complement.
An oil spill has been detected at sea near Corsica, France, visible on satellite radar images, CLS is investigating.
As the 2020 Vendée Globe’s skippers enter the Southern Ocean, icebergs are the ultimate danger to avoid. Meet Jimmy Viard, CLS radar analyst.
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.
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?
Thanks to its ice detection expertise, CLS helps Spindrift attain the Trophy during the Jules Verne Trophy.
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.