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Norway to become first European nation to share its vessel tracking information on Global Fishing Watch map Lisbon, Portugal – Norway has become the first country in Europe to partner with Global Fishing Watch—an international nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing ocean
Global Fishing Watch welcomes new international alliance to increase fisheries transparency and end illegal fishing
Canada, United Kingdom and United States launch initiative to strengthen ambition and action in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing Lisbon, Portugal – Global Fishing Watch welcomes an initiative by Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States
Illegal fishing is the planet’s 6th largest crime and poses incredible risks to the preservation and health of ocean ecosystems Lisbon, Portugal + Brampton, ON – MDA Ltd. (TSX:MDA), a leading provider of advanced technology and services to the rapidly expanding
Satellite radar and machine learning publicly reveal previously unseen vessel activity around the world Washington, D.C. – Global Fishing Watch has developed and publicly released the first ever global map of previously undetected dark fleets, or vessels that do not
New collaboration establishes Joint Analytical Cell in major step forward for fisheries monitoring and enforcement
International organizations aim to transform global ocean governance by enabling access to data, technology and analytics at scale A new collaboration aims to boost equitable access to vital fisheries intelligence, data analysis and capacity building assistance to help developing maritime
Collaboration on open data and technology to bolster maritime surveillance in West Africa A new partnership agreement between Benin and Global Fishing Watch aims to strengthen monitoring, control and surveillance of fishing activities within the waters of the West African
The Republic of the Marshall Islands becomes first Pacific island nation to publish fishing activity to Global Fishing Watch Map
Global Fishing Watch commends the Republic of Marshall Islands’ leadership toward fisheries transparency KOROR, THE REPUBLIC OF PALAU – The Republic of the Marshall Islands has committed to sharing its vessel monitoring data on Global Fishing Watch’s public map, bolstering
Cutting-edge computer vision algorithms combined with synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) satellite imagery hold the future in the detection and defeat of illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing January 31, 2022–Mountain View, Calif–The Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) and Global Fishing Watch (GFW) today
Global Fishing Watch, Trygg Mat Tracking, Oceana, Ocean Unite and the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance are partnering to create a risk assessment tool to help insurers identify vessels at risk of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing Data-powered tool
African Nations to Use New Technology in Tightening Port Controls, Fighting Illegal Fishing With Big Data
Pilot project delivers new vessel tracking technology and analysis where limited resources hamper detection and enforcement efforts Dakar, Senegal – Four African nations and a regional fisheries organization are harnessing new technology to strengthen port controls and combat illegal fishing.