We are permanently expanding our Terrestrial AIS Network!
To keep you updated, here’s an overview of this Month new AIS stations:
Tag "Fleetmon live AIS"
We are permanently expanding our Terrestrial AIS Network!
Situated in the north coast of the Madeira Island there is a Marine Reserve programme called “Rocha do Navio” which offers its visitors moments of tranquillity and rest as well as a number of activities such as underwater spearfishing and line fishing, picking limpet and periwinkle, and amateur scuba diving. Now you can all see the passing vessel movements on FleetMon.
Deventer is a centuries-old Hanseatic town by the banks of the river IJssel. The city embodies its long and rich history, with magnificent monuments, handsome squares and old museums, with a very enjoyable atmosphere. During 1000-1500 Deventer grew as a city due to it being able to handle large ships in port. After a decline in growth the city moved to a more industrial movement. Today you can see local ship movements online through Fleetmon’s network.
We’ve listened to your wishes and developed a new version of FleetMon for all mobile devices!
FleetMon mobile for Android devices has just been delivered to the Google Play Store.
The app passed all sea trials and provides you with traffic displays from all around the globe. Use the ship and port search to look up ship positions, their particulars and schedules. Your My Fleet list is synchronized with the website so you can keep track of your favorite ships. And guess what: the app is free of charge!
Download now, enjoy mobile tracking with FleetMon and let us know how you like it!
By the way, FleetMon mobile will run on almost all smartphone platforms.
We are introducing a new shiny labeling display.
We made the display of the vessel tracks even more precise and introduced a new modus for the last track of a selected vessel. If the vessel is on its journey for more then 24h FM Explorer will recall the traveled route to the last port visited.
The new feature will give you more insight with just a single click.
Colorful labels with the name of every vessel names
are making your monitoring live easier :-)
Today, Digital Seas is excited and proud to bring the fastest AIS fleet monitor on the web right to your browsers: Fleetmon AIS is here!
After almost a year of development time we feel ready to release this stunning real-time monitor for AIS signals. You waited patiently, aware of performance decrease due to the ever growing port coverage and ship database during the last year. We wanted only the best performance and had to solve many questions in the last months. Thanks for the support!
Now enjoy handling all our AIS coverage in a single software, giving you blazing fast access to any maritime area within seconds, 1 sec update intervals and a brand new search for vessel names, IMO and MMSI numbers.
Of course your own vessel list is available now inside the monitor and you can add vessels right away. Your list will be conveniently synchronized between Digital Seas and Fleetmon in your browser and Fleetmon mobile on your iPhone and iPad.
Research vessel details and vessel track data with a single click. Zoom in and out with your mouse wheel or keyboard fast. Choose from different maps as background. Enjoy exploring the ship traffic all over the world!
The new Fleetmon AIS will completely replace the well-known Fleetmon FM1 applet introduced in 2007. Setting standards back then, it could not handle the huge increase in AIS usage all over the world.
This replacement gives us the freedom to introduce a new database and better APIs for future development of Digital Seas. Your comments and suggestions will help us to establish a new era of AIS fleet monitoring on the Internet, right here on Digital Seas!
Go for it: http://www.fleetmon.com/live_tracking/info
P.S.: In the Fleetmon 2.0 Demo, the daily access is limited to a certain amount of time. Just drop us a line, should this not be sufficient for you.
All Digital Seas contributors with more than 500 images will be automatically set for full access during the next days.
Forum Area for Reports and Comments:
This year Sunsail will present the 80th “Round the Island” race on the cost of South England.
Today we can follow quiet a lot Sunsail Yachts equipped with Class B AIS transponders in the Solent. With the short delay of some seconds (AIS transmission), this is an almost live experience and very attractive to watch.
Take a look yourself within Fleetmon: http://www.fleetmon.com/live_tracking/info
Look into English Channel, Southampton.
(all FM2 beta testers relish the display of this cool race event)
[+] puuh, we’ve got a new server up and running, hoping there are some speed improvements
[+] worked on all those fixes, related to change of backend
[+] added new AIS antenna: Panama, Panama City !!!! We love it !!!
[+] added new AIS antenna: Bahamas: Nassau
[+] added new AIS antenna: Netherlands: Njimegen
[*] fixed My ImageManager, now able to handle a couple thousand images
[*] MyVesselList reworked, with new layout
[*] Vessel History adjusted, now reflecting all former recorded signals of vessel-hull
[*] VesselData added
[*] TinyUploader fixed (wrong IMO assignment in seldom cases:-)
[+] new AIS antenna: Zeebrugge, BE
[+] new AIS antenna: Stavanger, NO
[+] new AIS antenna: Vigo, SP
[+] Fleetmon V2: released first alpha version to limited user group, defined timeline to bring the new client online for all users
[+] lots of work in creating new API
[+] new admin functions for image-moderators for flagging and making users aware of quality and copyright issues
Our vessel tracking app “Fleetmon mobile” today got selected by Apple as a highlight, featuring it at the startpages of the iTunes AppStore. That is a nice result for the hard work on this software and the efforts to give you the really best in mobile vessel search and ship traffic monitoring.
we have done a bit of sorting in our new AIS sources from Africa, Asia and Europe and created new pages for the real time view with Fleetmon:
new regions are now online: