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Vessel Monitoring System

  1. 1. Adi B. Wicaksono Pre-Departure Training I / A / L / F Jakarta, 24 June 2013 Vessel Monitoring System
  2. 2. TERRITORIAL WATERS INDONESIA EEZ BORDER
  3. 3. FACTS: • 5,457 boats, size above 30 GT (Central Government License) • > 150,000 small boats, size under 30 GT (Local Government License/unlicensed) • Fish stock potential: 6,8 million tons/year • Capture fisheries production: 5,3 million tons (2011) • 2,3 million fishers • Potential loses from illegal fishing: • Overfishing in most management areas
  4. 4. Objectives of VMS implementation: 1.To monitor fishing vessels and fish carrier vessels’ position and activity at sea by transmitter/ platform installation with satellite based system 2.To improve management of fish resources optimization 3.To increase the compliance of fishing boats of the provisions of the legislation in force 4.Sustainable and responsible fisheries resource utilization.
  5. 5. Fishing Vessels VMS Satellites GPS Satellites Ground Station Main Server Internet Fishing Monitoring Center Fishing vessels transmit their GPS position to VMS satellite The data are downloaded from satellite by a ground station Ground station sends data to Fishing Monitoring Center Fishing company track their fleet by access website Vessel Monitoring System Boat owner
  6. 6. About 2,000 Indonesia fishing vessels is monitored by VMS
  7. 7. Some indications that are detected by VMS • Red line, lower speed • Zigzag pattern Fishing activity • Entering territorial waters • Forbidden for big one Fishing outside their areas • Speed = 0 • For long time period Trans-shipment at sea • Pair trawls • Always together in pairs Forbidden fishing gears
  8. 8. Thank you for your kind attentions Adi B. Wicaksono Class: AAS/6M2 Presented as speaking assignment English for Academic Purposes I / A / L / F Jakarta, 2013
  • SwapnilTayade

    Nov. 1, 2017

Presented on Pre-Departure Training Australia Awards Scholarship

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