UPI-RJAIML-2018-3 (Abstract)

Research Article   

Apply Tethered Aerostat Radar System to Oceanic and Offshore Management

Yan-Duan Ning, Bai-Hong Chen, CW Chen*

National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.

Abstract

In recent years, the territory has become one of the blue national attentions to the sovereignty of the project. Maritime law enforcement has become a marine management in a ring. This is an important indicator of the national territory of the substance control. Taiwan Strait and South China Sea is an important international maritime transport routes (sea lines of communication, SLOCs). The geographical location of Taiwan and Taiping Island is location in this brief.  In recent years, there are increasing events in illegal acts of maritime terrorism, piracy, smuggling, human trafficking, trafficking in narcotic drugs, illegal weapons and transport of radioactive material, the growing incidence of marine pollution. The purpose of this article is to discuss how countries with limited law enforcement resources in the majority of marine territory under good management of marine monitoring and prevention of crime. It is the first national marine policy issues facing. Firstly, we review ocean policy and explore our history, and then by the appeal of the literature we illustrate the status of marine science and technology equipment management application departure. Due to the geographical environment is similar to Singapore, and therefore we tend to learn from its model, apply (Tethered Aerostat Radar System) to the China Sea, and study the feasibility of coastal management. We provide a new method of government management of the oceans, and finally to analyze legal point of view, description of the new system builds and whether human rights would constitute an infringement, do explore the whole of applicable law. Looking forward to (Tethered Aerostat Radar System) capable for the China Sea, coastal management technology policy to make recommendations and contributions.

Key words: Surveillance System, Aerostat Radar System, Vessel Monitoring Systems, Vessel Monitoring Systems, Voyage Data Recorder.

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