Machine learning with Microsoft
We are utilising Microsoft machine learning tools and capabilities to help tackle illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. The tools […]
Monitoring tools and training
Tools for Monitoring, Control and Surveillance The CSIRO Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) Analytics Team focuses on two key issues […]
Stocktaking IUU in Asia
The project aims to understand IUU fishing, including frequency, institutional structure, key drivers, and context, to inform the Asia Pacific Fisheries Commission (APFIC).
Monitoring illicit activities at sea with covert subsurface hydrophones (underwater listening devices that record sounds over a designated period of […]
IUU Monitoring in Indonesia
The Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization are developing a collaborative project to improve the use of fisheries monitoring data.
Indonesian Maritime Capacity Building
The CSIRO team are upskilling Indonesian colleagues with improved analytical tools and technological innovations to support the Ministry of Marine […]
We are developing a technique to provide low-cost data on vessel activities using information from ships’ existing navigation radar systems.
Monitoring with cameras
CSIRO Ruggedised Autonomous Gigapixel System (CRAGS) Our panoramic cameras provide a snapshot of coastal areas with the ability to repeatably […]
In the near future, we will combine satellite imagery, onboard vessel AIS data and in situ vessel monitoring information to […]