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How AIS Works - Operation of AIS


published on 25 July 2019 273 -

The term Automatic Identification System (AIS) refers to a radio system that improves the safety and guidance of vessel traffic by exchanging navigation and other vessel data.

Watch this film to learn more about AIS and how it works.
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