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Found 11 results

  1. LionessRacing

    AIS on racing marks

    Any examples of modest cost solar powered AIS transponders deployed on racing marks ? Thinking it would be useful in low visibility/night. Message 21 would be appropriate, and USCG has a form for it. Found these
  2. LionessRacing

    EPIRB, SART & PLB update 2018

    As we gain crew experience, we'll probably venture out and do some open water coastal cruising/racing again. "Lioness" came with an old pre-gps EPIRB back in 2000, and I have long since tossed it when we moved from NH to CA, as it was past usage date and ran on the old frequency. We have an AIS class B transponder, DSC VHF and older ICOM SSB with a cockpit MFD to display AIS hits on. Used to have the 6' whip flag, drogue, dye packet and horseshoe buoy, with a lifesling and a 4 part boom vang tackle that could be used to hoist aboard, I think the MOM-8 and DanBuoy has pretty much replaced that? At some point we should invest in automatic beacons for boat(raft) and crew (PFD) and potentially for a throwable MOB buoy What's the current state of technology and recommendation for both boat/liferaft (EPIRB 406 MHz) and MOB (SART/PLB AIS vs ) beacons? Are there any sensible interfaces to Autopilot (i.e.B&G H5000) that will "auto stop" a sailboat, e.g. put it head to wind in the case of SART/PLB activation for singlehanding? This is out there to kill engine Recommendations for hardwired/NMEA2000 MOB button vs PFD fob? Do you use different PLB type for PFD and MOB buoy?
  3. Just ran across this by accident... Class B AIS transceiver and VHF antenna splitter for $550 all in. At this price point, I may just decide to add it someday because it would be cool...
  4. Looking to install AIS, but am wondering which offers better overall performance and reliability- 1.) Using a VHF/AIS splitter with a single antenna on the masthead. 2.) Using a dedicated VHF antenna on the stern pulpit. Masthead height will provide better range, and splitters say they are zero loss, but is that true? Also, is there any reason to be concerned because the AIS does not transmit while you a using the VHF? Secondarily, what sort of antenna is best for shared VHF and AIS duties? TIA
  5. Sparrow50

    Nowhere to Hide

    In case you want to, fuggetaboudit. This crossed my desk this morning. Inevitable, I guess. Emphasis added. 100% situational awareness, for the good guys only I assume. Now some random government can see me in the S. Pacific or wherever. Looking forward to those visits. I wonder how they will limit access to data. Or will Rocket Man be able to access data to show him every little fishing boat - or Navy Vessel - off South Korea? Or the US as long as he pays his bill? Probably already hacked by China, Russia, and Iran. What could go wrong? ________________________________________________________________________ SRT Marine Systems plc, the provider of maritime tracking, management and surveillance technologies, products and integrated system solutions for ports, waterways, fisheries and coast guards, announces that it will build and launch its own maritime monitoring satellite constellation, called OCEAN-SCAN, which will provide enhanced global vessel detection and tracking and a new recurring revenue source from maritime domain awareness (MDA) system project customers. The OCEAN-SCAN system will initially comprise six low earth orbiting (LEO) satellites, operating in a combination of equatorial and polar orbits to provide global coverage, but with enhanced coverage of the equatorial and border regions due to the location of most current MDA system project opportunities. It is expected that additional satellites will be added in the future. OCEAN-SCAN is expected to be fully operational in 2019. The satellites will enable SRT to sell long range vessel detection and tracking data to SRT MDA system customers and generate recurring revenue for SRT. Innovations in the satellite industry over the last decade have resulted in the development of small, low cost single purpose satellite system solutions which provide a proven and low cost turn-key platform into which sensor systems can be integrated. One of the leaders in this field is Clyde Space in Edinburgh and the Company has entered an initial agreement with Clyde Space who have a proven micro-satellite platform solution that is ideal for this application and can be utilised to quickly, reliably and cost effectively deliver the OCEAN-SCAN system within the required timescale. The OCEAN-SCAN system will host a combination of sensor technologies, including Automatic Identification System (AIS), to enable accurate and reliable tracking of all types and sizes of vessels, with or without an identification transceiver. This fusion of multiple sensor technologies on individual satellites is not found in the same combination on existing systems and will enable accurate real time detection of illegal maritime activity as well as long range reliable tracking of even the smallest fishing boat. OCEAN-SCAN will benefit from new technologies with greater capabilities along with system architecture innovations that enable the delivery of higher quality data directly into the customer’s existing SRT MDA monitoring system solution in real time. This will enable the seamless monitoring of vessels operating in maritime regions not covered by their terrestrial sensor systems. Simon Tucker, CEO of SRT Marine Systems, commented: “This is a natural and major strategic initiative for SRT that will deliver significant benefits for authorities seeking to secure and manage their maritime domain, as well as a new and recurring revenue stream for SRT through the sale of data to our system project customers. OCEAN-SCAN is fully funded via forecasted trading cash flow and further supported by our new working capital facility. Subject to the usual risks associated with launching satellites, we expect OCEAN-SCAN to be fully operational before the end of 2019. The new technologies and innovative system architecture of the OCEAN-SCAN satellite system, combined with our SAT-Trak vessel transceiver technology, and GeoVS intelligent monitoring and analytics system will deliver an unmatched level of fully integrated vessel tracking, identification and management capability to our customers.”
  6. Yep. Behemoths on the high seas moving Iranian Oil with AIS turned off... As you know, sailboats--even with blippers--are in the "wave clutter" on the ship's radar sets...... there is no substitute for your own lookout--visible as well as radio.
  7. Innocent Bystander

    B & G V50/H50 VHF

    ANyboady tried one. Seems to have some software issues early on but the roar has quieted down. Looking to replace an old non DSC VHF with a DSC VHF with an AIS receiver that can sit on my NMEA 2000 BUS, receive GPS from and send AIS targets to my Vulcan 7. Is the V50 what I want? If so, has anyone tried the H50 wireless handset?
  8. golf78

    Avalon Router on Android

    A new version (V3.0) of Avalon Router Coastal is now available on Google Play. This version is free and includes AIS target and NMEA instrument display Good sailing, Phil
  9. InstantBoat

    Ocean Signal MOB1 vs ACR AISLink

    MOB1 AISLink I think the "guts" are identical. I mean, even the programming tool looks the same. (Optical flashing light transfer of MMSI to units). Anyone have any experience with either device? One particular question is, which one has the better automatic activation scheme? That seems to be the only difference I can see, as both units are in physically different cases i suspect one might be better at integrating with a PFD (Spinlock Deckvest Lite for example)
  10. Sparrow50

    AIS: Class A or Class B?

    Some weekend pondering...looking for input from the smart guys that lurk around here.... Scenario: Fitting out a singlehanded Open 50 on the open ocean, no AIS of any kind currently onboard. When out of traffic areas, my pattern is to set the timer for 60 minutes between checks, unless my 6th sense wakes me when something changes. First thought was the Vesper 850 due to low power, reliability & alarming. Then noticed Class A transceivers have come down a little in price. Key driver for even considering a Class A is the position update frequency: Class B: Fixed, every 30 s Class A: Dynamic, every 2 s >23 knots, 3.33 s @ > 5 degree course change, 6 s @ 14-23knots, 10 s@ 2-14 knots My understanding is the Class B effect of this is the Ship's radar (if the Open 50 is picked up) shows a real time position and the AIS position "jumps" every 30 seconds, which could be important to the ship if I change course. So let's do some math: ship closing at 20 knots + Open 50 at 14 knots = 34 knots closing speed. If the AIS alarm goes off at 5 miles, that gives me 8.8 minutes to respond, enough time to suit up & clip in if needed. If Class A to B update difference is 24 seconds, that's 1/4 nm. If the signal isn't received the first pass (heeling, weather) the distance doubles, but still nowhere near catastrophe. This seems to suggest Class B provides sufficient capabilities. For the HAM Expert Class guys, Class A also provides 12.5 watts of output, vs. 2 watts for Class B. While I understand power has little to do with range, seems like it would help drive a reliable signal in bad weather or when heeled over? Other differences include a more complex installation (true heading?) for the Class A and needing to enter trip information. Noticed ISAF Cat 0 Regs include a Class A transponder, and yes planning to spend some time in the Southern Ocean. Just trying to be sure for a critical application. I can't help but feel like the extra $1,000 for the Class A is worth a little insurance, although power consumption is quite a bit higher. This is all in addition to a radar guard alarm, which also needs to be sorted out. Any thoughts here appreciated.
  11. peetoleeward

    AIS transponders - what to get?

    Looking to upgrade my AIS receiver into a transponder and some advice as to what makes the most sense Boat - Catalina 42 Here is what I have: Garmin 741 GPS (NMEA 0183 and 2000) Garmin GMR18 HD Radar Autohelm Autopilot (NMEA 0183 only) Autohelm Sailing Instruments (NMEA 0183 only) Standard Horizon Intrepid+ VHF (connects to GPS with NMEA 0183) The current AIS receiver is from Digital Yacht and they also make a basic transponder. It seems to be the least expensive option. Garmin has one too. They all can connect via NMEA 0183. It appears that the AIS via 0183 communicates a limited number of sentences. Do we get anything by making it a NMEA 2000 connection? Any advice here would be much appreciated Thanks