GPS-positionering för fartyg med satellitlänk

Med GPSLogiks algoritmer för omvandling av positionsdata enligt standardprotokollet NMEA0183 till presentation på onlinekartan XTRAKK kan positionsdata från en datoransluten standard GPS-puck sändas till XTRAKK för omedelbar presentation av ett fartygs rörelse i realtid. Systemet är PC-baserat och kan användas på de fartyg som har internetanslutning via satellitlänk.

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MarineTraffic Services from GPSLogik AB Sweden.

Start immediately to see your marine traffic worldwide. Just install our small program on one of your onboard computers and connect a GPS usb-dongle. The software will transmit your position data, latitude, longitude, speed, directions, through any internet connection you have onboard. Follow your vessels in realtime with trails. Get email or SMS alerts for vessel arrivals, departures and other events. Full reporting on time spent on sea and port. All collected data can be exported to you if you want to. Receive GPS-data in popular formats like standardized JSON/XML structures.

You can see your wessels on the online map in Google Maps and Google Earth views. This is a very efficient way of viewing your vessels locations real-time. Our servers receives and processes a large amount of data and stores all the important parts of it. It also includes port and area geographic information, vessel photos and other information. Vessels current positions and tracks are displayed on an online map. Position history, vessel’s details, port conditions and statistics are searchable through our web pages.

Data received are uploaded in the database in real time and therefore they are immediately available on the map and on other pages. However, several positions shown on map may be not continuously refreshed (e.g. when a ship satellite communications system is down).  If we can’t connct to our servers the data is stored locally until we have communication again. You will never lose any data. You always have a marker for every vessel on the online map showing the latest timestamp of data recieved.