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Old 29 March 2007, 06:32   #1
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IP based AIS NMEA data servers

Its a long shot, but does anyone know of any IP based AIS NMEA data servers for the UK?
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I don't even know what one is!!!!!!!!!!
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I don't even know what one is!!!!!!!!!!


I (think) it means if you have a charting application on your computer at home, you can connect to the internet and a server (somewhere) will feed you with the positions of ships in a particular area. It save you having to have a separate AIS engine and aerial.

I have the application but I don't have the position feed.
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Andy - are you looking for something like this? http://www.ais-live.co.uk/AIS%20Live/aissolent.html
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Andy,

You should probably take a look at www.shipploter.com

Lots of people there doing interesting things with AIS and serviers / sharing.

Helpful forum as well, once you get past the Yahoo registration nonsense.

What are you trying to achieve?

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Andy,

You should probably take a look at www.shipploter.com

Lots of people there doing interesting things with AIS and serviers / sharing.

Helpful forum as well, once you get past the Yahoo registration nonsense.

What are you trying to achieve?

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