High Seas Tracking
Navispotter works far beyond terrestrial AIS stations coverage. It uses internet connection
to deliver the data. Presently satellite internet providers cover 95% of Earth's surface
and 99% of main shipping routes.
No additional equipment
Navispotter uses only hardware already existing on board of a vessel. All you need to get
started is a serial cable.
All settings and getting a vessel on-line normally will not take then 10 minutes.
Multiple users architecture
Simultaneous access with distributed access roles allows to control vessels data
within frame of responsibility of your users. Concatenate your vessels into fleets
for easier management. A vessel could be a member of several fleets at the same time.
Real planned route & ETA
Track your vessels over their original planned route. Apart of AIS where
ETA is manually entered by a vessel's staff, NAVISPOTTER reads machinery
data and computes ETA and distance to destination eliminating a human error.
NAVISPOTTER provides multiple alerts functions including:
SPEED DOWN Alert
CHANGE OF DESTINATION
STATUS CHANGE Notification
Notifications could be delivered by push and/or E-Mail.
Algorithm based on machine learning designed to monitor vessel's speed
regardless it's value, in consideration is taken history data and
vessel's position in order to estimate whether slowdown is planned
SECA (Sulfur Emission Control Area)
Navispotter is the only tracker who provides best visual presentation
of all sulfur emission control areas:
the Baltic Sea
the North Sea
the North American ECA
United States Caribbean Sea area
Sea Ports Information
Waste Disposal Facility
Dry Dock details
Measurements & Info Tools
Range Marker with ETA calculation
Visualisation of past track (24H)