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The Chinese Navy collects information about foreign ships and aircraft

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“The People’s Liberation Army Navy of China (PLA) has outlined ways to enhance the data analysis capabilities of the navy and gather a vast amount of information on foreign ships and aircraft.

The PLA newspaper published a full-page article on Monday detailing how data analysts on the guided-missile destroyer Diem Thanh, a Type 054A frigate of the PLA Navy’s North Sea Fleet, work with radar operators to collect ultrasonic data from foreign vessels.

According to a senior commander of the North Sea Fleet, “Data collection has become one of our important tasks during regular training, and it has now become part of our squadron’s work.”

The use of big data and data analysis by the Chinese navy to enhance its advantage in maritime operations has become a crucial goal. Behind these efforts is the modernization push of the Chinese navy to build a modern, efficient, and powerful naval force. This large-scale military modernization plan has made significant progress, and China has become one of the countries with the largest naval fleet in the world.

These developments have played a key role in enhancing China’s position in international negotiations and expanding its influence. Through data analysis, the Chinese Navy can better understand and predict the behavior of foreign ships and aircraft, providing accurate intelligence and strategic advantages for its maritime operations.

Improving the data analysis capabilities of the Chinese Navy is part of China’s military modernization plan to transform the Chinese Navy into an important factor in global naval power.”

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