Since the invention of radar, the Automatic Identification System has been the mariner’s most significant advancement in navigation safety. This is a digital marine band very high frequency positional awareness system.
The International Maritime Organisation created it to aid in ship identification, target tracking, search and rescue operations, information sharing simplification, and the provision of supplementary information to aid situational awareness.
was created as a collision avoidance tool to let commercial ships “see” each other more clearly under all circumstances and to increase the helmsman’s awareness of his immediate surroundings.
This is accomplished using AIS, which continuously broadcasts a vessel’s identification, position, speed, and course in addition to other pertinent data to all other AIS-equipped vessels nearby.
This method gives port administrations and maritime safety organisations the capacity to control maritime traffic and lessen the risks associated with marine navigation when used in conjunction with a shore station.
Additionally, this technology gives port administrations and maritime safety organisations the opportunity to control maritime traffic and lessen navigational risks.
The circumstances for signal propagation, the state of the ocean, the height of the transmitting and receiving antenna, and the power of the ship’s transmitter are all important considerations for determining the reception range.
Depending on the meteorological circumstances, reception could be as close as 20 nautical miles or as far away as 350 nautical miles for powerful transmissions.It is predicted that the AIS receiver network will typically attain a reception radius of 40 nautical miles in light of the variables that affect AIS reception range.
The AIS-B standard, which has a lower power output and ranges of up to 10 nautical miles, deviates from the same coverage assumptions.
The Global Automatic Identification System (AIS) Transceivers Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The AIS950 Automatic Identification System (AIS) transceiver are launched by Raymarine. The collection of AIS products from Raymarine now includes a potent new AIS device with a new level of professional-grade capabilities and performance.
The Class A Transceiver AIS950 has been approved for installation on SOLAS and sub-SOLAS class vessels. An AIS device with professional grade features, the AIS950 is a product of the commercial grade and is equally at home on workboats, law enforcement vessels, and private yachts.
The whole AIS transceiver system and LCD display are housed in the practical “one-box” design of the AIS950. Access to all AIS features and capabilities is made possible through simple menu and soft key controls.
The high-contrast LCD panel, which is LED lighted for nighttime operation, clearly presents AIS target data. A built-in alarm buzzer is another feature of AIS950 that keeps you informed of important information.
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