Mobile Tracking with Your Phone

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We are very excited about our new piece of software for mobile Phones called MobTrack.

It could well support us shipspotters by tracking locations and store positions right into our images.

Putting it on your mobile will give you the opportunity to show your live movements on a web-Page. And when I say live, I mean real-live (ok 3 sec delay between sending and showing). We set up a page to demonstrate the functionality and to download the software for JAVA phones.
Free for all, the DS principle.
For the time of Beta-Testing I will also show my tracks to everyone, after that phase, we will introduce buddylists.
See and try it: www.digital-seas.com/mob


What a wonderfull sunny day we had…

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…and look how much coverage through the perfect weather we get today. Almost 80miles distance with one antenna spot, thats astonishing and results in complete AIS coverage of the South Baltic Sea :)

…and look how much coverage through the perfect weather we get today.
Almost 80miles distance with one antenna spot, thats astonishing and results in complete AIS coverage of the South Baltic Sea :)


New Cruiseship Special on DS

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The Norwegian Jewel is in town, enough reason to think about a special dedicated to those big and beautiful looking ships. (thanks Käpt’n Brass for the Shots)
We are tracking here all the Cruise Ships coming to the port of Rostock…

The Norwegian Jewel is in town, enough reason to think about a special dedicated to those big and beautiful looking ships. (thanks Käptn Brass for the Shots)
We are tracking here all the Cruise Ships coming to the port of Rostock this season. Get the timetables, live positions and a collection of webcams made available in our hometown.
Have fun with Cruise Shipping: Calls in Rostock


Welcome to Russel from Hamburg

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I was very pleased to see the nice shots Russel uploaded over the last days . Very nice and clean images, mainly shot in Hamburg, thanks Klaus for sharing with us!My last weekend in the Port of Rotterdam has not produced any..

I was very pleased to see the nice shots Russel uploaded over the last days . Very nice and clean images, mainly shot in Hamburg, thanks Klaus for sharing with us!
My last weekend in the Port of Rotterdam has not produced any image of that kind, grey sky made up quiet some trouble for the Fuji S3pro, almost not usable, so I will only upload images needed for reference.
All Sharers were very busy over the last weeks, so we reached over 5000 unique vessel-images so far. All original formats are available now (Gallery View), which makes using DS as a backup location much easier :)


AIDAbella baptized on 21.04.08

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AIDAdiva underwayImage via Wikipedia

Today the sister ship of AIDAdiva has been baptized. She is leaving tomorrow for her maiden voyage. See the video recordings of the Warnemünder SeaChannel on our site:
Cruise Shipping Calls in Port of RostockLive images of port…

Today the sister ship of AIDAdiva has been baptized. She is leaving tomorrow for her maiden voyage. See the video recordings of the Warnemünder SeaChannel on our site:

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Uups, we did it again…, Hamburg, DE is now online

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Grey and rainy days here in Germany, good times to go outside, climb on roofs and mount some antennas. With the help of Jan and Thomas the installation was done in only two hours.With our own AIS station right in the middle of…

Grey and rainy days here in Germany, good times to go outside, climb on roofs and mount some antennas. With the help of Jan and Thomas the installation was done in only two hours.
With our own AIS station right in the middle of Hamburg it is now possible for us to release the vessel traffic of this important German Port to the Public. Lot of ship-traffic to watch, use our viewer Fleetmon to get a real live impression.
No delays inside , pure joy, 24/7/365.

We did really liked this day a lot, thanks Akira ! Try here: Port of Hamburg


Sunny Day: time to take a flight over the port

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We guess You always wanted to see the port of rostock from a birds eye ?

On this wonderfull sunny day, Thomas started his plane – modell and recorded the flight. See some images of the port and don’t get sick by watching (I know…

We guess You always wanted to see the port of rostock from a birds eye ?

On this wonderfull sunny day, Thomas started his plane – modell and recorded the flight. See some images of the port and don’t get sick by watching (I know again, why I like sailing ….)
Youtube url: http://youtube.com/watch?v=wHNfRer7jqE


Thanks to “hafenfreak” for busy uploading and the great support !

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In February 2008 registered user “hafenfreak” shared over 400 images of 200 vessels with the Digital-Seas community in only 2 weeks. We wanted to say thanks for the intensive work of uploading and supporting this place!

We…

In February 2008 registered user “hafenfreak” shared over 400 images of 200 vessels with the Digital-Seas community in only 2 weeks.
We wanted to say thanks for the intensive work of uploading and supporting this place!

We would also recommend to take a look at the wonderful collection of Tallship images Volker Gries uploaded over the last month. We wondered, how many tallships are allready equipped with AIS devices. Thanks again.


Digital-Seas supports Siitech.com

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Over the last week we did translate the German part of the WebVTS system from siitech.com. A nice html based viewer of AIS traffic from Canada. Our cooperation makes it also possible to recieve/share AIS data with each other….

Over the last week we did translate the German part of the WebVTS system from siitech.com. A nice html based viewer of AIS traffic from Canada. Our cooperation makes it also possible to recieve/share AIS data with each other.
Take a look at the port of vancouver for instance.


New Regions covered Houston:US, Vancouver:CAN, Aalborg:DK

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Location of Vancouver within the Metro Vancouv...

over the last month we opened our server for public sharing and arranged happily to show new areas of AIS coverage. Take a look at the Region-Section of “Fleetmon” to track now also vessels in Houston, Vancouver and Aalborg….

over the last month we opened our server for public sharing and arranged happily to show new areas of AIS coverage. Take a look at the Region-Section of “Fleetmon” to track now also vessels in Houston, Vancouver and Aalborg.

Thanks to Lars Schmidt from Denmark, Oleg Kovalyov from Canada and John Astad from the US.
We’re just preparing a section on the site to explain the process (it’s easy :)


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