Illegal Acts

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  • Main problem:
    Illegal fishing (IUU)
  • Subproblem:
    Species extinction, loss of biodiversity
  • Consequence:
    Environmental destruction and loss of biodiversity
  • Solution:
    Special unmanned aerial systems, drone & GPS technolgy

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The capabilities of the new professional and modular Special Unmanned Aerial Systems (S-UAS) offer complete new possibilities.

As an international specialist for effective aerial coast surveillance systems, for waterproof "All Weather Quadcopters" and for some very special unmanned applications we offer our customers system integration services, aerial hardware, training and support.

Illegal fishing (IUU) in the waters of six of the seven countries of northwest Africa is worth US$1.3 bn every year. One in four fish in Africa is caught illegally. The time to stop the plundering of fish stocks is running out. African coastal waters contain some of the world’s largest, most diverse and most prized fishery assets. Unlike the mining and petroleum sectors, fisheries represent a critical source of employment in Africa and provide trade, food and nutrition security. In West Africa up to a quarter of all jobs are linked to fisheries. Up to two-thirds of all animal protein consumed in coastal west african states is fish and seafood.

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