Japanese media: Japan intends to strengthen image surveillance of Diaoyu Islands waters

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 Japanese media: Japan intends to strengthen image surveillance of Diaoyu Islands waters


Reference News Network reported on May 5th, Japanese media said that Japan increased surveillance Diaoyu Island and its affiliated Island satellite lines. According to the Japanese news of production, May 4th, the newspaper learned that in the year of May 3rd, the Japanese maritime security office increased the satellite lines from the security hall of the Diaoyu Island and the prime ministers official residence from one to two in the 2018 fiscal year of the Diaoyu Island. When the Chinese coast guard boat approaches, the Japanese government can get a more comprehensive picture from the two patrol boats. In order to strengthen the rapid decision-making system, the marine security office will be equipped with image processing officers and image processing officers on the patrol boat and the headquarters of the marine security hall to edit images. Reported that the Japanese Maritime Safety Office has been in fiscal year 2017 in the Diaoyu Islands, all the 12 exclusive patrol boats installed on the video transmission device. The images taken by the patrol ship camera and the fixed camera on the ship bridge will be sent to the headquarters of the maritime security office by means of a communication satellite, and to the prime ministers residence at the same time. The report also said that the communications used are civilian satellite lines, which had been purchased on an average fee of 170 thousand yen per hour (100 yen about 5.8 yuan - the net note). The marine security department has judged that it is necessary to increase the satellite line in addition to the cameras in all patrol boats in the first time after the incident. According to reports, in the 2018 fiscal year, the Japanese Maritime Safety Agency bought a special line for the maritime security office with about 190 million yen on the basis of last years line. These lines can be effective when there are tense situations such as Chinese maritime police vessels and fishing boats in the waters off the Diaoyu Islands. The marine security office envisages a real time video of a fixed camera through a line specially designed to confirm the progress of the incident, and the video camera images that record the state of events in real time through another line. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302