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Prof. Tomasz Neumann

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Usage AIS Data for Analyzing Ship's Motion Intensity
1 Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
ABSTRACT: In preliminary unit of report were introduced order, structure and format of VDM code sended by the AIS VHF data link. Described the process of decoding combination of binary chains sentences describe from ITU R M. 1371.In principle unit analyse of ships intensity of movement in Gulf of Gda?sk used coded isoline on background of map as well as transverse intersection on a approach to harbour of Gdynia. Authors presented new generated and used method of processing of regular GRID net - designed to description of spatial expansion of ship intensity of movement. Authors circumscribed method of utilizations the VerticalMapper software Systemu to calculation the izoline of even ships intensity of movement, intersections of transverse, as well as principles of visualizations coded isoline on background of the map, according the author's software.
IEC, Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems – Digital interfaces - Part 100: Single talker and multiple listeners - Extra requirements to IEC 61162-1 for the UAIS, 2002.
ITU, Technical characteristics for a universal shipborne automatic identificationsystem using time division multiple access in the VHF maritime mobile band - M.1371, 2001.
Citation note:
Naus K., Makar A., Apanowicz J.: Usage AIS Data for Analyzing Ship's Motion Intensity. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 237-242, 2007

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