Tag: <span>AIS</span>

Exceeding expectations on AIS data quality
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Exceeding expectations on AIS data quality

AIS message volume has grown tenfold in a decade and increasing demand means new solutions are needed, writes exactEarth CEO Peter Mabson. The Automatic Identification System (AIS) has fundamentally changed the landscape for monitoring in the maritime domain in a relatively short time. Since its inception as a short-range collision avoidance system, AIS tracking technology...

exactEarth launches new AIS vessel identification and tracking service
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exactEarth launches new AIS vessel identification and tracking service

exactEarth has announced the launch of exactAIS Platinum Plus, the newest member of its exactAIS family of global real-time AIS vessel identification and tracking data services. The addition of Platinum Plus to the exactAIS family of data services augments the company’s real-time satellite AIS capability through the addition of thousands of coastal and vessel-based terrestrial...

French start-up launches tool to help shippers choose the greenest services
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French start-up launches tool to help shippers choose the greenest services

Using actual route data and vessel characteristics obtained from AIS (Automated Identification Systems) data, Searoutes is providing CO2 emission calculations that accurately match the services operated by the carriers. The tool is being used by shippers to help them choose the services that emit the least CO2 and optimise their transport policy. In the framework...

Optimising dispatching with AI-based OptiPort
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Optimising dispatching with AI-based OptiPort

The OptiPort dispatch solution is using artificial intelligence (AI) to support and optimise dispatch and planning operations to reduce costs, cut down on fuel consumption and lower emissions. The cloud-based application is a planning solution for nautical service providers that optimises the dispatch schedule of harbour tugs, pilot vessels, launches, etc. in real time, 24/7....