MDA provides a Common Operating Picture (COP) capability that is operationally proven, secure, and easy to use. The system takes away the data fusion complexities of integrating satellite, aerial, and in-situ sensor data with live AIS data streams, base mapping, and planning information. MDA’s common operating picture, MDA Oil Tracker™ Online, offers a platform that enables operators, supporting agencies, and organizations engaged in the response to make effective, consistent, and timely decisions.
MDA Oil Tracker™ Online provides easy access to near real-time satellite information anywhere in the world with COPs for areas of interest, and remote monitoring capabilities that form the basis for planning and response training before an incident occurs.
All of MDA Oil Tracker™ Monitoring Programs have the option to use the MDA Oil Tracker™ Online web portal, a sophisticated platform that can fuse data from numerous sources to provide additional value to support exploration and operational programs. Below are some selected examples from additional sources of information that can be integrated into the MDA Oil Tracker™ Monitoring Program:
- Maritime ship identification including AIS and IHS (ship registry)
- Metocean information including wind analysis
- Local infrastructure mapping
- Aerial reconnaissance information (imagery, flightlines, etc.)
- Field staff commands
- Other relevant geospatial information in mutually-agreed formats
Additional data can be integrated into both the standard MDA Oil Tracker™ deliverables as well as the MDA Oil Tracker™ Online web portal. MDA Oil Tracker™ is available as an internet-based service accessible through any web-browser, as a direct feed into customer systems, or as an enterprise-class system installed at customer locations.