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AirNav ShipTrax => AirNav ShipTrax Screenshots => Topic started by: jannuh on January 26, 2010, 11:09:01 am

Title: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: jannuh on January 26, 2010, 11:09:01 am
As there is no recent news... and now for something completely different  ;-)

(http://83.161.210.231/middenlimburg/images/aisdecoder.jpg)
Screenshot from Neal Arundale's Aisdecoder, a text only program, with additional background information on various ais messages.

(http://83.161.210.231/middenlimburg/images/desperado_reggestroom.jpg)
SP screenshot of the MTS Reggestroom, carrying one blue cone (degassing, ship just left harbour of Roermond)

(http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/5710/reggestroom.jpg)
MTS Reggestroom (photo Jos Telleman)
Title: Re: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: jannuh on January 26, 2010, 11:15:11 am
Link to Neal Arundale's Aisdecoder:
http://web.arundale.co.uk/docs/ais/ais_decoder.html

Title: Re: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: tarbat on January 26, 2010, 11:16:37 am
A VERY useful beta-testing tool.  Thanks for the link.

Although I'm having problems getting it working.  I've setup my AIS Server to output UDP on port 29421:

(http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4017/4306467118_851b7874ed_o.jpg)

When I click START in AIS Decoder, I get this error:

(http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4007/4306468448_98e8b87062_o.jpg)

Any ideas?
Title: Re: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: tarbat on January 26, 2010, 12:29:01 pm
Don't worry.  Fixed it.  AIS Decoder expect the sender to be a UDP Client, no a UDP Server.
Title: Re: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: jannuh on February 28, 2011, 03:24:18 pm
Two screenshots from my GoogleMaps/Shipplotter page; inland-ais getting busier,
now abt. 40-50% of the inland ships have AIS on board.

(http://members.ziggo.nl/janstrous/jannuh/middenlimburg-ais1.jpg)
(http://members.ziggo.nl/janstrous/jannuh/middenlimburg-ais2.jpg)

My ais website: www.middenlimburg.net
Still a lot of ships send wrong information as wrong dimensions, no callsign, no eta and/or destination, or a fake destination etc.
Title: Re: Ship Tracking Screenshots
Post by: jannuh on October 13, 2011, 02:55:27 pm
Some ships don't even switch their AIS off when on the shipyard:

(http://94.211.137.110/middenlimburg/images/maasbracht-ais.jpg)
Mi Barco on shipyard Maasbracht

(http://94.211.137.110/middenlimburg/images/mi-barco_msg8.jpg)
Details of the Mi Barco