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Advancing Maritime Security Through Data-Driven Analysis

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28Apr

Datasets indexed by non-time data

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A shortcoming of the initial backend datastore for Limpet (learn more here: http://limpet.info) was that it could only store datasets that were indexed by time.  This had little impact, since Limpet was only being used for analysis of time-stamped data. But, for the second phase of support for multi-static analysis, Limpet must store data indexed

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27Jun

Exploring the Tactical Overview

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For the last year we’ve been steadily progressing Debrief’s data analysis capabilities (read last year’s introduction here), adding features in packages focussed on analysts’ requirements. The first major realisation of this is in Debrief’s new Tactical Overview display, which will be released later on today. This posting will give you an overview of the capability.

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09May

Debrief Gets a New Look

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After 20 years of using the same colours, from 1st May 2015, Debrief gets a new color palette. Following the introduction of an alternative background colour set (Debrief’s background was always black before), the decision was made to introduce a new palette set of new colours. This was not only to help with a cleaner

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05Mar

Natural Earth merged into Master Branch

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After several months of beta-testing the Natural Earth rendering has been merged into the master branch – and will now form part of the standard Debrief installation. All Debrief installations come with a small, low resolution Natural Earth dataset:   But, it’s also possible to download and install two much higher resolution datasets (in a

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Ian Mayo

Project Lead

Ian Mayo (from Deep Blue C Technologies) has been developing and maintaining Debrief since 1995, and helping users perform effective analysis and deliver persuasive results.

He has studied and worked in the Marine Technology environment since 1987, and the defence-specific domain since 1992. Back in 1990 he developed the predecessor to the modern electronic navigational chart as part of his Master of Philosophy Research Degree from the University of Plymouth, UK.

Since then he has worked on surface and submarine command systems, oceanographic support systems, and developed a range of tools related to the development, management and analysis of maritime exercises using both web and desktop technologies.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Answers to some of the frequently asked questions about the Common issues

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