Links

These links are related to the ProMerc project:

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iPatch project – Technology to Protect Against Maritime Piracy

IPATCH will provide technology to protect ships and their crews from the modern-day scourge of piracy which is proliferating throughout the world, bringing severe human, financial and political costs, as well as affecting international seaborne trade. Read more about the collaboration with PROMERC.

Website: www.ipatchproject.eu


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Ocean Beyond Piracy

An Interactive Guide to International Efforts to Address Piracy in the Indian Ocean Region

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ICC Commercial Crime Service

ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) is the anti-crime arm of the International Chamber of Commerce. Based in London, CCS is a membership organisation tasked with combating all forms of commercial crime. The specialist divisions that comprise CCS offer a range of services dedicated to meeting the individual needs of the members. Together, they tackle all types of commercial crime; fraud in international trade, insurance fraud, financial instrument fraud, money laundering, shipping fraud and product counterfeiting.

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PERSEUS project – Protecting European seas and borders through the intelligent use of surveillance

PERSEUS is an FP7 demonstration project supported by the FP7 Security Research theme under DG-Enterprise. Its purpose is to build and demonstrate an EU maritime surveillance system integrating existing national and communitarian installations and enhancing them with innovative technologies.

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NATO Shipping Centre

NATO’s point of contact with the Maritime Community

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UN Atlas of the Ocean

Acts of piracy and armed robbery against ships are of tremendous concern to IMO and to shipping in general. The fight to prevent and suppress these acts is linked to the measures to improve security on ships and in port facilities, adopted in December 2002.

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Maritime Security Centre

The Maritime Security Centre Horn of Africa (MSCHOA) aims to provide a service to mariners in the Gulf of Aden, the Somali Basin and off the Horn of Africa

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UK-PandICLUB

Maritime Security & Piracy

 

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Previous research projects

 

NAVTRONIC FP7

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 SECTRONIC

SECTRONIC FP7

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VESCOSUR

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