CRIMARIO, in collaboration with the Regional Maritime Information Fusion Centre (RMIFC), continues the implementation of the training courses on maritime data visualisation and analysis. After a course on maritime culture, from 11 to 22 September 2017, 31 specialists from Comoros and Madagascar were introduced to the methodology of analysis in Antananarivo. The participants had different working background, namely maritime affairs, port authorities, customs, national police, air force, national navy and coast guard.
CRIMARIO, in collaboration with RMIFC, has designed a series of three MDA courses for personnel of the maritime administrations of Comoros and of Madagascar. Thanks to the acquired skills, these administrations will be able to better identify, understand and anticipate events that would jeopardise the peaceful exploitation of the sea and its resources.
This course focuses on learning the method of analysis. It was complemented by a course on technical English and on case studies. At the end of October, the third course, focusing on analytical training, will close this training cycle, which will help to reinforce the technical skills of the participants including the CRFIM in Madagascar and the ANAM (National Agency for Maritime Affairs) in the Comoros.
For more information on the course, visit the CRIMARIO website.