Commercially available cost-effective global geolocation data is a critical enable to reinforce rule of law and regulation.
For many countries a large proportion of their GDP is dependent on fishing yet they know very little about what is happening off their coast.
Even if a country can afford Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) or long-range radars the sea areas to be covered are vast (Australia 10 million square kilometres, Ireland 4 million square kilometres) and the solution to ‘patrol’ them effectively lies with Space. Illegal fishing fleets will disguise their location by spoofing the very systems that are mandated to prevent such activity.
Kleos data provides pattern of life information that can give all the warnings and indicators needed to see changes in behaviour and spot illegal events almost as they happen. The data can be obtained either as a subscription or in 4 dimensions (an area of the earth surface over a particular period of time).