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StarNavPilot can be used for maritime traffic
control and piloting from onshore stations:
An AIS receiver must be
available onshore. You can track any vessel equipped with an AIS
You can instantly switch between ships. When you control a
ship, it becomes the active ship for the program. The program is displayed
exactly as if you are on the ship and your computer is connected to the ship's
GPS. You can activate a route and watch that the ship does not deviate from it.
Course deviation alarms and danger zone approach alarms are active. You can see
the other boats in the vicinity of the tracked boat and their routes. The AIS
radar and the anti-collision alarm are
of remote piloting of an approaching boat in difficult conditions with
The scenario: A boat must reach a port requiring to
follow a tortuous path between shallows. The visibility conditions are poor, the
beaconing insufficient and not very visible on the radar. In the absence of
sufficient knowledge of the area, regardless of the equipment available on
board, it is obvious that an approach without the assistance of a pilot cannot
be carried out in sufficient safety conditions. This boat will be able to be
piloted by a person on land having a perfect knowledge of the place using
The required conditions are: The incoming boat must be
equipped with an AIS beacon. The shore station must have an AIS receiver. The
incoming vessel must be within AIS range of the shore station. A means of
communication between the incoming boat and the shore station must be available
(VHF or phone). The shore station has a computer with StarNavPilot software to
which the AIS receiver is connected. A detail chart of the area is displayed.
Ideally, an approach route has already been created, danger areas surrounding
the shallows, virtual markup has been put in place. If the area is affected by
tidal currents, these are displayed.
The incoming vessel communicates
its MMSI number to the operator of the shore station. On StarNavPilot, the
operator of the shore station has selected the Remote piloting communication
engine. It selects from the list of MMSIs displayed that of the incoming vessel.
From this moment he has the same screen and the same data as if he were on board
the incoming boat. Track monitoring is active all alarms are operational:
deviation from course, approaching danger eraes, risk of collision, etc. follow
so as not to deviate from the route possibly avoid other boats in the area,
anticipate changes of course etc ... and thus pilot it to the port in complete
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