• Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
    The world's largest VMS.
    The Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries chose CLS to deploy a nationwide vessel monitoring system (VMS). This system is currently the largest operational VMS in the world.

  • ARGO global ocean observing program
    The ARGO program comprises a network of oceanographic floats belonging to 20 countries. Data collected in this way temperature and salinity profiles are relayed by satellites using the Argos system.

  • French ministries of transport, defense and overseas territories
    Monitoring fishing zones.
    The French government selected CLS to supply, install and operate an integrated radar satellite system to monitor the EEZ of one of its overseas territories.

  • MERSEA: Marine environment and security.
    MERSEA aims at developing a European capacity to analysis and predict the global and regional oceans for the GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) program.

  • GMES: Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
    Since the beginning of the GMES program in 1999, CLS has been present, participating in over ten research and operational programs. CLS’s input is varied and includes data acquisition, processing, and ocean data modeling for the SALP, MERSEA, and SOAP programs, data access for SEADATANET and HUMBOLT, maritime security for MARISS, oil spill management with MARCOAST and WIN, and climate studies with GODAE.

  • EMSA: European Maritime Safety Agency
    EMSA trusted CLS to set up a Monitoring Centre for the European maritime fleet. Since June 2009, more than 10,000 vessels are tracked daily via the Monitoring Centre developed by CLS.

  • ICCAT: International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas
    CLS was selected by ICCAT to participate in the bluefin tuna monitoring program in the East Atlantic and Mediterranean by setting up a satellite-based fisheries monitoring centre for ICCAT.

The following companies working with CLS on the long-term in different areas: