Monitor vessel motion and situation in real-time with AISWatch telematics

Do you provide support services to rigs and wind-farms and the operations co-ordinators back at base need to know whether the conditions on the support ships are within the safety parameters for personnel and equipment transfer?

Do you run a cruise line and need to know if your passengers are having a bad experience with the ship rolling too much or if the ship is running into serious waves and pitching fiercely?

Do you wish you could see the view right now from the Ship’s bridge deck  back at the operations centre? Would you like to share the glorious views from a cruise ship’s bridge deck on the web with current passengers and potential customers?

Do you want to know where your ship is and what other vessels are nearby in real-time anywhere in the world?

Would you like to remotely monitor equipment, environment and engines on the ship?

Do you think it will be too expensive?

You can now do all this right now with AISWatch’s support for remote camera and sensor monitoring at a fraction of the cost of existing marine telemetry and marine fleet monitoring solutions. Our AISWatch telemetry unit can provide remote live AIS data, 6 degree motion measurements ( roll , pitch, turn, heave, surge and sway), Atmospheric Pressure, Temperature, Gas monitoring (CO, NO2,H2, NH3) and much more directly back to anywhere in the world. The data can be viewed in the AISWatch Ship Data web page and we can also provide api’s for the data to other applications via CSV, JSON etc.

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Here is the AISWatch data page for our PM Test ship with motion sensors, camera and AIS monitoring on board.

The photo is the last snapshot photo taken. You can take a snapshot directly from the link on the web page.  The camera can also be mounted outside of the telemetry box. The motion data on the right is updated every minute and you can see the ship’s current position and the ships around it by following the “View current position” link.

 

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Here’s an example of the roll measurements and analysis for significant roll angle and period

 

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Real-time roll angle measurement

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Fast Fourier analysis to identify significant frequency/period and size of roll

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Please contact us for more information

business@pocketmariner.com or telephone +44 1291 689202

IMU and Sensor specifications

3-axis Gyro PS-ITG-3200

3-axis Accelerometer ADXL345-EP

Barometer and Humidity sensor bmp280

Camera logitech920