Tag "AIS"

Happy New Year 2009

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Trying to produce a better understanding when explaining AIS, I have to come up with some visuals also.
So here are the first results. There will be another final version.
Let me know about any comment :-)



Site: new Page, AIS Sharing with Digital-Seas

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Really new steps towards a better coverage are on the way. Over the last half year we made good advances in extending the views on vessels by cooperating with community-members. We setup a page today explaning the settings for…

Really new steps towards a better coverage are on the way.
Over the last half year we made good advances in extending the views on vessels by cooperating with community-members. We setup a page today explaning the settings for ShipPlotter with a video. We will extend this section over the next days heavily. Give us a ring, if you are also willing to share with the community.


New Cooperation with Maritech in Vietnam

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You may have already noticed our new coverage of AIS Signals in the ports of Sai Gon, Vung Tau and Hai Phong, very busy ports in Vietnam. Thanks to Mr. Le Cong Hung, Director of Maritech we managed to exchange informations and…<

You may have already noticed our new coverage of AIS Signals in the ports of Sai Gon, Vung Tau and Hai Phong, very busy ports in Vietnam. Thanks to Mr. Le Cong Hung, Director of Maritech we managed to exchange informations and will create more services together.

We are very glad about having now an eye far over,
to the South China Sea, the Gulf of Tonkin and the seatraffic of the famous Ho Chi Minh City. –> ENJOY IT HERE


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 :)


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


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 :)