Food Security

How satellite surveillance is hauling in illegal fishers

Net results ... satellite imagery provides a bird's-eye view of fishing vessels Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Jeffrey R. Tarr

Chief Executive Officer, Skillsoft

Will Marshall

CEO, Planet Labs

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Map produced in July 2017 Image: Global Fishing Watch
A ship-to-ship rendezvous in May 2017 Image: Planet
Ships engaged in pair trawling Image: Planet
A cargo vessel and two unidentified boats tied alongside Image: DigitalGlobe
A refuelling vessel with unidentified boat tied astern Image: DigitalGlobe

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