Latest Automatic Identification System Stories
Laura Niles, International Space Station Program Science Office and Public Affairs Office, NASA’s Johnson Space Center In the first installment of the International Space Station Benefits for Humanity video series, NASA showed how the station’s water purification technology is used to provide clean, safe water to an area plagued by a contaminated drinking source. We also met doctors who use a transformative tool in neurosurgery adapted from the station’s complex robotic arm, and we...
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has commenced the on-orbit checkout phase for six ORBCOMM Generation 2 (OG2) satellites, establishing communication with each satellite as planned. Sparks,
Hardware designed to operate with its current OG1 and next generation OG2 satellite networks. Rochelle Park, NJ (PRWEB) March 09, 2014 ORBCOMM Inc.,
RnRMarketResearch.com adds “Maritime Security Market Access Control & Biometrics (Finger, Face, Voice, Iris); Surveillance and Tracking (Underwater, Video, AIS, LRIT, Imaging); Detectors;
A system used to track hundreds of thousands of shipping vessels across the globe is extremely vulnerable to hackers, researchers from the computer security company Trend Micro has cautioned.
Pocket Mariner’s SeaNav app, with versions for both the US and UK/Ireland, has been updated to offer a more complete charting and navigation toolkit for boaters to improve navigation and collision
Commercial Workboat and Fishing Fleets Across North America Using Web-Based Boatracs BTConnect® to improve operations, safety and compliance. San Diego,
A probe that is being touted as the "highest detection performance commercial Automatic Identification System (AIS) satellite ever built" was successfully launched into a sun-synchronous polar orbit on Sunday.
Oceans cover much of our planet and they are difficult to keep under surveillance, with the trafficking of people, unlicensed fishing and piracy adding to the problem.