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Preliminary Inter-comparison of AIS Data and Optimal Ship Tracks
1 Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change, Lecce, Italy
2 Marine Traffic, London, United Kingdom
ABSTRACT: Optimal ship tracks computed via the VISIR model are compared to tracks recorded by the Automatic Identification System (AIS). The evaluation regards 43 tracks in the Southern Atlantic Ocean, sailed during 2016-2017 by different bulk carriers. In this exercise, VISIR is fed by wave analysis fields from the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS). In order to reproduce vessel speed loss in waves, a new methodology is developed, where kinematic information from AIS is fusioned with wave information from CMEMS. Resulting VISIR tracks are analyzed along with AIS tracks in terms of their topological features and duration. The tracks exhibit quite diverse topological shapes, including orthodromic, loxodromic, and other paths with complex and dynamic diversions. The distribution of AIS to VISIR track durations is analyzed in terms of several parameters, such as the AIS to VISIR track length and their Fréchet distance. Model features of VISIR affecting the results are discussed and future developments suggested by the results are outlined.
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Citation note:
Mannarini G., Carelli L., Zissis D., Spiliopoulos G., Chatzikokolakis K.: Preliminary Inter-comparison of AIS Data and Optimal Ship Tracks. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 13, No. 1, doi:10.12716/1001.13.01.04, pp. 53-61, 2019

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