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Spoofing AIS- The Debate Continues

Posted by Peggy Browning on Mar 19, 2014 2:17:00 PM

The debate around the idea of hacking into AIS has been circling for some time. There are now claims made by data providers in the industry trying to dispel the rumours around being able to easily spoof AIS messages. 

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Topics: Satellite AIS, Radar, AIS, Satellite AIS data, Hacking, Spoofing AIS, AIS Hacking

Hacking Into AIS

Posted by Peggy Browning on Oct 16, 2013 2:26:00 PM

There has been some publicity lately around the notion of being able to ‘hack AIS’.  I think it’s critically important to understand a few technical points about AIS before spending the time discussing such an idea.

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Topics: IMO, Radar, AIS, AIS Testing, GMDSS, Hacking, Hacking AIS

Extending VTS Beyond the Limits of Coastal AIS

Posted by Peggy Browning on Aug 28, 2012 3:24:00 PM

As VTS or (Vessel Traffic Service) relies on traffic knowledge gained through surveillance techniques, up to now it has operated only in coverage of Port or Coastal AIS and Radar.  Previously, the lack of surveillance techniques was an obstacle to extend VTS coverage into remote coastal areas and further offshore.  By extending VTS, safety of navigation and the maritime environment will benefit from proactive measures to mitigate convergence and bottlenecks as well as better spatial planning for marine traffic.  

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Topics: Satellite AIS, Coastal AIS, Radar, Vessel Traffic Services

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