A Systematic Literature Review of Vessel Anomaly Behavior Detection Methods Based on Automatic Identification System (AIS) and another Sensor Fusion

Nova Muhammad Ferlansyah, Suharjito Suharjito
2020 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
The high flow of vessel traffic affects the difficulty of monitoring vessel in the middle of the sea because of limited human visibility, occurrence of vessel accidents at the sea and other illegal activities that illustrate abnormal vessel behavior such as oil bunkering, piracy, illegal fishing and other crimes that will continue and will certainly have an impact on losses in several aspects. the author collects studies using Automatic Identification System (AIS) data as a basis for analysis
more » ... asis for analysis to see the behavior of vessels at the sea, in addition to that AIS data can also be combined with other sensor data to strengthen monitoring of vessel movements at the sea, this is very supportive in detecting the anomalous behavior of vessel that often occur outside the reach of human vision or the sea patrol on duty. This paper uses the Systematic Literature Review (SLR) method in identifying, evaluating, and interpreting various methods of studies related to vessel anomalous behavior at the sea the author highlights several methods that are always applied to studies that already exist in detecting vessels anomalous behavior, the study detected the movement of vessel with AIS data from the history of vessel locations and fusion with another sensor in seeing movements of abnormal vessel behavior through patterns that were formed. This paper refers to various studies and reviews some of them about the use of AIS track data history in vessel including combining with other data to detect anomalous behavior of vessel, the results of the analysis are used to find out activities that have the potential for illegal activities or other crimes that can be detrimental and can be used as decision making, the authors hope the results of this paper can be an option to be applied to the surveillance system of vessel around the territorial waters in order to guard against crime and other illegal behavior
doi:10.25046/aj050237 fatcat:gbsvc4jwmvaptk4dicg7zoo5fa