Pacific Island countries are being offered access to a so-called virtual watchroom to help combat illegal fishing in their waters.
Pew Charitable Trusts is developing a one-stop hub for fisheries-dependent countries which aims to close gaps in surveillance and enforcement.
Experts estimate that illegal and unreported fishing accounts for one in five fish, worth up to $23 and half billion US dollars a year.
Tony Long of Pew's Ending Illegal Fishing Project says the project involves sharing information like satellite and vessel data to create a global monitoring tool.
"It can be either adopted in house by a government, navy or coastguard of any country in the world, or you can effectively take it virtually, like a virtual watchroom. We're trying to get people to share the various different data sources and the more it's shared, the more reputable it becomes."
Mr Long says Pew hopes to run a pilot project of the system in Pitcairn Island's proposed marine reserve.