Get Rapid Alerts on Key Developments in the South China Sea

Simularity is offering a free South China Sea Rapid Alert service. Using Simularity’s artificial intelligence software and human geospatial intelligence analysts, Simularity is able to monitor this vast area on a daily basis and report on unusual activity.   

Territorial disputes in the South China Sea involve both island and maritime claims among several states in the region, namely Brunei, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. In 2020, activity has picked up in this contested area. Simularity is offering this service so that all interested parties in this highly active area have up to date situational awareness of the region. 

Simularity’s Automated Image Anomaly Detection System (AIADS), uses artificial intelligence to analyze new satellite-based imagery in a historical context, identifying changes that diverge significantly from historical norms.  Using AIADS, Simularity is analyzing new, publicly available Sentinel 2 imagery of the South China Sea as it arrives and validating findings with our human GEOINT specialists. Then, subscribers receive alerts and reports via email about any relevant anomalies detected, such as new human activity, potentially illegal fishing, incursions into the Exclusive Economic Zones of the countries in the area, fortification and construction, dredging, and reclamation.

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