Plenty of new AIS partners have entered the FleetMon AIS network recently! Thanks to their support FleetMon becomes more powerful each day and enables you to enjoy the real time vessel traffic in different ports and waters worldwide. Just dive into our FleetMon Explorer and discover the fresh AIS data coming from:
Furthermore, AIS coverage could be improved for the following areas:
Did you just stumble over an AIS station on the roof of your building or you are thinking about installing one up there? Just get in touch with us and we would be pleased to help you with bringing AIS coverage to your area!
Today, the FleetMon Support Team was asked to investigate the build date of the vessel MARITIME CENTURY. The information was easy enough to find, so we spent a few additional minutes and checked a bit further. Here is what we discovered on the fly:
The MARITIME CENTURY, a Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier, currently crosses the North Atlantic Ocean and is due to arrive at Amsterdam Port the 25th of November at 5 pm UTC. A quick glance into the vessel’s voyage log as captured via satellites revealed that the vessel’s last port of call was Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, where it arrived after sailing the open sea for 2 weeks. The scheduled time of arrival was fully met and after a few hours in port the MARITIME CENTURY proceeded further north.
The online port call history of the ship, just one click away from the detailed vessel track and dating back till October 2011, gave us immediate insight into the intercontinental voyages of the ship. It mainly operated between Australian and East-Asian ports over the last 2 years. On its current voyage it now interlinks the port of Paranagua in Brazil, where it departured the 31st of October, with Europe.
Warm greetings to all new AIS partners and contributors who joined the FleetMon community recently! Many major ports and prominent waterways have been included into FleetMon’s AIS network thanks to your help and support, such as:
AIS coverage could be furthermore improved for Melbourne, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong and the Saaler Bay near Rostock.
Every AIS contribution is highly appreciated and happily welcomed. So do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to bring AIS coverage to your port!
Good news: FleetMon’s AIS coverage is back to normal after the malicious attacks on the FleetMon servers over the weekend. Thanks to all partners who supported us, and thanks to all FleetMon users for their understanding. We are now better geared to resist such attacks should they appear again in the future.
Many thanks to all new partners who joined the FleetMon AIS community within the last month! With your help the coverage could be expanded further to the benefit of all FleetMon users.
These gaps could be filled with fresh AIS data:
- The Port of Piombino in Italy
- The waters around Hanstholm in Denmark
- The Port of Corpus Christi in the United States
- The river Neckar around Hirshhorn in Germany
- The Port of Malacca in Malaysia
- The waters around Bilbao in Spain
- The Ports of Poti and the Port of Batumi in Georgia
- The Port of Yalta in Ukraine
Enhanced monitoring and increased reception ranges can be enjoyed for Istanbul, Tuapse, Novorossiysk, Kerch and Temryuk.
If you would like to support the FleetMon community with AIS data from your port or waterway – as usually – please get in touch with us!
We are grateful to all contributors who joined the FleetMon AIS network recently! Explore several fresh AIS stations and enjoy now the life maritime traffic for:
If you would like to support FleetMon with AIS data from your port or region, please get in touch with us!
Many new AIS partners joined the FleetMon AIS network over the last weeks. Thanks to their support and dedication you can now enjoy extended AIS coverage for:
Thanks a lot to everybody!
If you would like to become an AIS partner of FleetMon as well, please feel free to get in touch with us.
The whole team here at FleetMon wishes you a Happy New Year 2013! Thanks so much for using FleetMon and for supporting us with your valuable feedback over the last year. We’re looking forward with you to on exciting FleetMon year!
Helping Santa and the Kids is just a great thing to do.
We’re especially happy to announce our most recent reference customer: Santa Claus. Santa uses our recent Satellite Tracking while delivering presents around the world ;-)
We wish you a great time with friends and family and a Happy New Year!
Some great new ports and waterways could be added to the FleetMon AIS network in the last few weeks.
Find now the port of Dakar covered, as well as the port of Mariupol in the Sea of Azov. A new, larger antenna was launched in Dubai, providing now an exceptional reception range of over 500 kilometers! Sao Luis in Brazil was equipped with a new antenna and AIS coverage for Saint Lucia in the Caribbean Sea was established.
Thanks a lot to all AIS partners, sharers and supporters who help us extending the AIS coverage day by day!
A lot of new AIS receiver stations are waiting for new hosts all around the world – get in touch with us, if you would like to become an AIS partner yourself!
The magical mile stone of 140’000 vessel photos was reached just some minutes ago!
Thanks to all of you who have shared photos with FleetMon over the last years – we hope to see more and more of your wonderful shots in the future.
And here it is, photo number 140’000 loaded up by captain53:
View it on the photo detail page of the AYDIN KAPTAN 53 on FleetMon.com.
And the winner of our photo bet is…. Ed Adams! Our congratulations! You just won one of our cool FleetMon T-Shirts!
To all of you that were not as lucky as Ed: Thanks for taking part and don’t be upset, there are still a lot of round sums to come :-)