AIS System


Weather4D and SailGrib improve the AIS network

Many AIS tracking networks broadcast over the Internet are available. Among the best known : Marine Traffic, Vessel Finder, SiiTech, LocalizaTodo, and many others. One of these networks especially stands out, AISHub, an AIS data sharing center Read more …

The new AIS transponders Class B + explained

  A new transponder generation (¹) AIS Class B + claims to make them more visible pleasure boats. here's how…

iNavX 5.2 : AIS by Internet service becomes paying

With the latest release 5.2 of iNavX, AIS reception service by internet becomes charge. This service, provided by SiiTech society free from the origin of iNavX (¹), becomes a subscription service.

Receiving AIS on the Web [Update]

For some years websites for viewing marine traffic grew on the web. They transmit continuously via the internet the positions received from the AIS transmitters of the ships, captured by shore-based reception bases, Read more …

AIS for Dummies

With the progressive generalization of the AIS (transceivers) on board our yachts (¹), and their mandatory presence aboard a large part of merchant ships, capacities for display and processing of targets (surrounding equipped ships Read more …

AIS, the second maritime revolution after the GPS

AIS takes a growing place, for two or three years, in the concerns of leisure boaters. Several articles refer to it in this blog, as for equipment as for applications available for our Mac, iPad or Read more …

iNavX and SiiTech AIS server

iNavX can connect, since version 3.1.7 from 11 October 2010, AIS data to the server SiiTech I mentioned in a previous post (¹). The advantage of this service remained questionable in France because of the low Read more …

Connect GPSNavX/MacENC with an AIS

It is increasingly common to see an AIS receiver, Automatic Identification System (*), receiver above yacht's chart tables. Although only merchant vessels of over 300 barrels and ships Read more …

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